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"alison john" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"alison john" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"There's an AP report today that following a surge of central American migrants at the border that led to controversial detentions the trouble ministration is shifting some of the care taking of immigrant children to private contractors many been cared for by religious based nonprofit groups the god grants this as the trump administration also works on something else at the border the department of homeland security is planning to expand the collection of DNA from migrants who cross US borders DHS will also include the information in a massive criminal database operated by the FBI DHS officials not saying when that tactic will begin why the DNA data is needed or whether the DNA sampling would apply to children crossing the border alone and whether it would also include asylum seekers the new DHS plan could face legal challenges in federal court at the White House John decker fox news amber Geiger's waking up for breakfast behind bars the first full day of the expelled Cobb sentence for killing her neighbor Alison John's son that ten years in prison is ten years for her reflection and for her to change her life for gun emotional in court when John's other son Brant asked the judge this I don't know if this is possible but can I give her a hug please. well the judge said yes so he got off the stand and a hug to amber Geiger claims she killed bottom Machon by mistake entering his apartment thinking it was hers a different type of drama in a Paris France court today a man with a knife attacked and injured two police officers and then he was shot and killed on Wall Street stock futures not moving too much the day after another big selloff in the Dow plunged four hundred ninety four point soon baseball's playoffs the Tampa Bay rays won the American League wild card game beating and eliminating open five.

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"alison john" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"alison john" Discussed on Nightline

"Good good evening thanks for joining us tonight emotion spilling over as a Texas jury delivered justice for one mother and community torn apart by the fatal police shooting of her son John in his apartment now the verdict igniting a nationwide conversation over cases of lethal force and if change is on the way here's ABC's markets more for so many unarmed black and brown human beings out across America this bird today this put them thereby Virbhadra can raise them this bird it gives for we the jury unanimously find the defendant Amberg Arthur guilty of murder charged in the indictment justice sometimes can feel elusive for mothers of black men but for Alison John Her arms outstretched outstretched to the God she had prayed to on this day justice had come Amber Geiger the former Dallas police officer who killed Allison Johnson Johnson both them in his own apartment was unanimously convicted of murder for his still mourning family and the joy is on lookers. This conviction represents isn't something greater. This verdict is for Trayvon. Martin is for Michael Brown said your blade is Tamir Rice. It is for Eric Gone is for Antoine rose. Today's victory gives a sense of hope and possibility and justice to the many people who were killed by the state and did not get any form of justice the verdict marking the climax of a case. That's captivated the nation for more than a year the breaking headline out of Dallas at this hour police chief there calls this a very unique case fueling a national conversation about race police transparency and one officers use of deadly force last September Amber Geiger who'd been a police officer for four years ears was returning home after a thirteen and a half hour shift it was around ten PM. She lived in an apartment thirteen seventy eight on the third floor directly above her in fourteen eighteen seventy eight was both in John's apartment the Saint Lucia native described by his friends and family as a ray of sunshine. Both of them had a love for everything and everyone so I just want a message of love to pull me throughout the process. John Wasn't accountant and an active member of the parallel West Less Church of Christ that fateful night he was home watching TV and eating ice-cream Geiger entered his apartment saying she thought it was her own. She shot Dolphin killing him in his own living room. This one's stretched the imaginations and the goodwill of even the most generous supporters of the police that idea that someone could walk into an apartment. That's not theirs to somehow convince yourself that. That person is in your house committing a crime and your option is out of the house but you shoot and kill them. All those factors were incredibly hard to stomach. Today's guilty verdict flies in the face of national trends surrounding police killings one hundred six non federal law enforcement officers have been arrested in connection with fatal on-duty duty shooting since two thousand five only four convicted of murder experts say there's less data on off duty shooting such as Geiger's which could be even more concerning but in Dallas some believe the tide is shifting Geiger is the Third Dallas area police officer to be convicted of murder in recent years Dallas is far from perfect but they are showing what is possible when a institution commits itself to justice as innocent the trend many say is in part the result of so-called reformers district attorney John cusack who campaigned on criminal justice reform and supported calls for Geiger to be charged with murder seem to me that the people were misinterpreting the facts of the case and what they met legally and so this issue of manslaughter that it was manslaughter wrote no with this is more appropriately a murder case based on the facts as reported who's Oh made headlines early on in his tenure dismissing more than a thousand low level drug cases during his first three months in office before backing a bill requiring police to turn over all of their evidence now. Da Running on this platform of they're going to prosecute police officers more more and more definitely showed that the community is looking for this and the DA's office has listening during the trial Geiger testified in front of the diverse verse Jewelry Eight women and four men most people of color with five African American jurors. She told the jury that she accidentally parked on the fourth floor four and walked in she got to the door. She says she put the key added just open at that point. She heard someone inside outside my part her that she says she saw a figure move to water in court dagger demonstrated how she says she confronted the person. The gun pointed out here hands. Let your hands what would you focus on him. Far scared good and kill sir. I'm an off-duty there. I thought within my apartment and I shot a guy thinking that it was my apartment divers nine one one call introduced as critical evidence. We have on on the way I know the Dallas County. 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"alison john" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on KCRW

"UCLA Anderson school of management marketing scholar, Cassie homes, UC riverside's psychologists, Sonia, Lubomirski and Harvard Business School behavioral economists, Michael Norton visits Okelo to discuss the pursuit of happiness in an age of anxiety. This event is free and open to the public for details. Visit KCRW dot com slash events. Tanzania Vega, and this inter- takeaway on Friday, a grand jury indicted. Former Dallas police officer amber Geiger for the murder of twenty both John an unarmed. Black man, I look forward to the next step. Which his conviction? Of humble guy. Also of a penalty the proper penalty. Caused us to reflect on what she has done in the pin that she has caused that was Alison John both teams, mother's speaking. After the indictment was delivered Geiger shot and killed both of them in his apartment after she says she confused his apartment with her own. But Geiger's case was preceded by another police indictment on Thursday for officers in Saint Louis were indicted for beating a black man at a March against police brutality in two thousand seventeen except the man the officers beat wasn't a protester. He was a fellow officer who was undercover it's gonna get ignorant tonight Saint Louis metropolitan police department officer Dustin Boone texted on September fifteenth twenty seventeenth the day of the verdict. It's gonna be a lot of fun beating the hell out of the head once the sun goes down, and nobody can tell us apart. Police indictments in the United States are rare. And we've covered this issue extensively on the takeaway. But could we be entering a new era of police accountability? Phil Stinson as a professor and criminologist at bowling green state university in Ohio and also a former cop who collects data on the trends of crimes committed by police. Phil, thanks so much for being with us on the takeaway. Well, thanks for having me back. So we are looking at the situation in both Saint Louis and Dallas is there something about these two incidents that stood out to you. Well, absolutely. There are few themes here that I think are worth discussing and calling attention to is to the officers in Saint Louis who were indicted several days ago for a conspiracy and related charges in the aftermath of the Jason Stockley acquittal. Another officer in Saint Louis who had been charged with with murder, and I think that a few things come to light from this. I the indictment goes to great lengths to share text messages of the police officers, and you know, people seem to have their most intimate conversations their most intimate thoughts their most unfiltered thoughts in text messages. They don't think that they'll see the light of day. What we see here is that if you really look closely, we're peeling back the curtain on the police subculture, some of the secrecy issues in the police subculture, and we have officers who are actually excited in boasting about having the opportunity to beat up on people to use unjustified force at work to make sure that they've got somebody else there in old white guys the. Nightman says to watch to be an observer. So that they've got somebody to back up their story. And you know, it's been twenty five years since Alan Dershowitz wrote an op-ed in the New York Times where he talked about testifying where he talked about the fact that everybody knows that many police officers routinely lie and yet nothing is done about it both in court in terms of perjury and in a police report. So I think there are elements of that here. We've got a lot of falsification going on. We've got a lot of lying going on. And we've got cover-ups. And then I think if we go back and look at the hamburger case, and she was recently indicted in Dallas for murder she'd been previously arrested and charged with manslaughter. I think what we're going to see in. That case is that there are a lot of lies that were told in. I think we'll we'll see when it gets to trial is to exactly what the facts are. I mean, one of the things as you're describing this the the phrase that keeps coming into my mind is the blue wall that police officers are often, you know, really accused of having right this this veil of secrecy that cover. Pretty much any nefarious behavior in these police departments across the country. It's absolutely true. It's absolutely true. And you know, the police typically owned the narrative in these incidents. They write the reports they testify in court and often there's nobody to rebut their testimony. At least nobody that the court take seriously in terms of believing an alternate view of things. So what we see is that technology is is really peeling back the curtain, and allowing us the opportunity to see how police officers really behave when they think nobody of importance is watching has the technology. And I I'm sure you're referring to social media specifically the videos that we've been seeing the photographs that we see in often sadly in close enough to the incidents themselves. Do you really think that these videos have had an impact on how people perceive these incidences between particularly between unarmed black Americans and police. Absolutely. We've got smartphones. Everybody's got the ability to record videos. We've got body Cam body worn cameras that police officers have dash cams, and we also have surveillance and security videos that are that are everywhere. The cameras are everywhere. And it's interesting because the officers often forget that the technology is there we've seen cases were officers have actually committed crimes that have been recorded by themselves on their own body cameras. And that's a really interesting thing. I'm wondering also how common I mean, if we turn to the indictments themselves for a second how common is it for officers to be indicted in crimes like what we saw in Saint Louis and in Dallas. Well, it's actually very rare. You know, they say that a prosecutor can present a case to a grand jury in that a grand jury would indict a ham sandwich that they simply will take the prosecutors version and they'll find probable cause. But in the case of police officers, especially when a police officer is accused of committing some sort of on-duty violence grand. Juries are very reluctant to indict officer. So it's unlikely and and I also think it's important to remember and back that that ideal without liars, you know, I've got about fifteen thousand cases since two thousand and five in my database of officers across the country who've been arrested for some sort of crime. We had about eleven hundred a year, and those those are outliers. You know, my my father gave me book when I started this research when I was working on my PHD dissertation, and it was a book about please heroes and had stories throughout the book. And there was an inscription. He wrote in the in the front of the book just reminding me that that not all cops are bad cops. And I think it's important to point that out. And so I mean, understandably so. So not all cops are bad cops. But I'm just wondering are you seeing more? Can we expect more? Given the context that we just talked about the increase in video surveillance the increase in video proof the body cameras. Dash Cam cell phone cams. The sort of change that we're noticing, and how Americans might be viewing violence against black communities in particular by police officers are we expecting more indictments for various and violent behavior from police officers in terms of the fatal police shootings, we now know that between nine hundred and one thousand times each and every year on duty police officers shoot and kill someone. And yet only a handful of times each year is an officer charged with murder manslaughter. We've had about ninety four officers since two thousand and five who've been charged with murder manslaughter resulting from an on-duty shooting. But in those cases, we're not seeing any trends with more officers being charged more officers going to trial. But I do think we're. Seeing a one thing different with technology and one thing different in terms of the public paying attention now. And that's the investigators and prosecutors are paying very close attention. You know, a dead man can't talk the police always used to own the narrative. And now what we see is that there's often an alternate alternative narrative where we've got a different types of technology that can really blow holes in the stories if in fact, they are stories and not truthful narratives in terms of what police officers have done in in terms of their on-duty behaviors and trying to write things up to justify whatever actions they've taken. So I think as time goes on we're going to see that the technology advances, and that we're gonna have more opportunities for prosecutors to take a very close look in this case, and we'll just have to see over time where the trains go Phil Stinson is a professor and criminologist at bowling green state university. Phil thanks again for joining us..

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"alison john" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Renovation meets the law and by the listeners of cake. We'll see increasing cloudiness throughout the afternoon today with high temperatures in the fifties winds will be easterly from five to twenty miles per hour. I'm Tanzania Vega. And this takes away on Friday, a grand jury indicted. Former Dallas police officer amber Geiger for the murder of old both John and unarmed black man, I look forward to the next step, which is a conviction. All of them. I'm also of a penalty. Drop a penalty that Luke pause to reflect on what she has done pin that she has close that was Alison John both teams, mother's speaking. After the indictment was delivered Geiger shot and killed both them in his apartment after she says she confused his apartment with her own. But Geiger's case was preceded by another police indictment on Thursday for officers in Saint Louis were indicted for beating a black man March against police brutality in two thousand seventeen except the man the officers beat wasn't a protester. He was a fellow officer who was undercover it's gonna get ignorant tonight Saint Louis metropolitan police department officer Dustin Boone texted on September fifteenth twenty seventeenth the day of the verdict. It's gonna be a lot of fun beating the hell out of the ones the sun goes down. And nobody can tell us apart. Police indictments in the United States are rare. And we covered this issue extensively on the takeaway. But could we be entering a new? The era of police accountability. Phil Stinson as a professor.

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"alison john" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on KQED Radio

"LS duty sacrifice commitment patriotism that finds expression in taking part in pitching in and later. We'll also have the latest from the Muller prob-. I we have our newscast it's Saturday December first two thousand eighteen. Live from NPR news in Washington on child Snyder. The White House says President Trump will designate this coming Wednesday as a national day of mourning for former president George H W Bush a state funeral is being planned at the National Cathedral in Washington DC and a spokeswoman says President Trump and first lady Melania Trump will attend the service, the former president's death came while President Trump is in Buenos Aires at achie- twenty summit. Trump says he and the first lady joined the nation in mourning as NPR's Phillips reports in the statement issued by the White House. Trump says President Bush inspired generations of Americans and set the stage for decades of prosperity with sound judgment commonsense and unflappable leadership President Bush guided the world to a peaceful and victorious conclusion of the Cold War. The statement says it speaks of Bush as a man with authenticity and disarming which who rose to the pinnacle. American politics, but remained humble throughout President Bush. Always found a way to set the bar higher says Trump febreeze NPR news. His tributes to the late president or coming in from around the country and the world. Former president Jimmy Carter is praising Bush saying he lived a life defined by service incivility President Trump is in Argentina for the final day of the t twenty summit where he's expected me with Chinese president Xi Jinping. NPR's Scott Horsely reports the two will be sitting down for a closely watched dinner meeting amid US China trade tensions. The White House has been sending mixed signals about the possibility of a trade truce between President Trump and president. She perhaps a dialing back of the tariffs that the US has imposed on Chinese imports, or at least not an escalation in those tariffs on the other hand. President Trump has said he is prepared to impose additional tariffs on virtually all Chinese imports. If no accord is reached a former Dallas police officer who fatally shot her upstairs neighbor in his apartment in September. We'll be tried for murder. The grand jury has indicted, amber, Geiger who was white for. Killing Botham, John twenty six year old accountant who was black. Christopher conley. Member station. K E R A reports Geiger was off duty but still in uniform when she entered John's apartment, she told investigators that she thought she was going into her own apartment that the door was unlocked, and that she thought John was a burglar when she shot him both in John's family has questioned that story. Alison, John says Geiger deserves to face murder charges for killing her son. Who was reportedly watching a football game at the time. He didn't deserve even Ted in his own apartment. He felt safe in that apartment, and he was violated by coming in and murdering him gene family filed a civil rights lawsuit against Geiger in the city of Dallas last month for NPR news. I'm Christopher Connelly in Dallas. And you're listening to NPR news from kqed news. Good morning. I'm Tiffany Cam. High three weeks after the star. California's deadliest in most destructive wildfire. Thousands of residents of Buchanan are living in shelters intense or staying with friends and family. The Federal Emergency Management agency has been providing short-term assistance to people displaced by the campfire. But there's growing frustration over the lack of housing. Here's cake Sonia Hudson at an empty lot next to a Chico WalMart, dozens of tents how survivors of the campfire euless Gordon has been staying here since he was forced to flee from his home three weeks ago in Michaela just outside paradise. What's happened like cold? Then of course, you know, people stealing our stuff. Gordon, says he and other fire survivors need FEMA to set up trailers temporarily house displaced people famous should already had to set in Dave five. They haven't roll up drop them already preset units. So what is wrong get him? Here. We can't just go ahead and put these mobile homes that anyplace that's FEMA spokeswoman Geovanny Garcia became just say, let's go into.

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"alison john" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on KCRW

"A statement issued by the White House. Trump says President Bush inspired generations of Americans and set the stage for decades of prosperity with sound judgment commonsense and unflappable leadership President Bush guided the world to a peaceful and victorious conclusion of the Cold War. The statement says it speaks of Bush as a man with authenticity and disarming wit who rose to the pinnacle of America. Politics, but remained humble throughout President Bush. Always found a way to set the bar higher says Trump for breathes NPR news, but his obvious attributes to the late president or coming in from around the country and the world. Former president Jimmy Carter is praising Bush saying he lived a life defined by service incivility President Trump is in Argentina for the final day the t twenty summit where he's expected to meet with president Xi Jinping. NPR's Scott Horsely reports the two will be sitting down for a closely watched dinner meeting amid U S China trade tensions. The White House has been sending mixed signals about the possibility of a trade truce between President Trump and president. She perhaps a dialing back of the tariffs that the US has imposed on Chinese imports, or at least not an escalation in those tariffs on the other hand. President Trump has said he is prepared to impose additional tariffs on virtually all Chinese imports. If no accord is reached a former Dallas police officer who fatally. Shot. Her upstairs neighbor in his apartment in September. We'll be tried for murder. A grand jury has indicted, amber, Geiger, who was white for killing Botham John at twenty six year old accountant who was black. Christopher conley. Member station. K E R A reports Geiger was off duty but still in uniform when she entered John's apartment, she told investigators that she thought she was going into her own apartment that the door was unlocked, and that she thought John was a burglar when she shot him both in John's family has questioned that story. Alison John's has Geiger deserves to face murder charges for killing her son. Who was reportedly watching a football game at the time. He didn't deserve it. He was seated in his.

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"alison john" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Us. We'll get information on that just as correspondent, Jamie Yuccas with more. Then major earthquake rump buildings like this courthouse and seemed to go on and on. Roads collapsed all around Anchorage. Food flew off store shelves and windows were shattered. The quake struck just seven miles north west of the downtown area of Alaska's largest city, even with all the destruction. There are no reported injuries. Marriott has disclosed a massive data breach. For about five hundred million. Guests who booked reservations at Starwood properties. The hotel giants said in a statement that it discovered the unauthorized access from years ago, says credit cards dot com analyst Ted Rosman this breach supposedly began all the way back in two thousand fourteen. So we're talking about four four and a half years of data. It's definitely possible that the hackers were able to get a lot of information out of out aims phone and passport numbers. Just some of the info stolen world leaders began their G twenty summit in Argentina today, the Saudi Crown prince and Russia's President High five each other, but not President Trump the sudden chill among some leaders made for a few awkward moments. CBS news chief White House correspondent major Garrett his covering president. Trump avoided both Russian. President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman at the ceremonial G twenty photo today tensions with both leaders just one distraction in Argentina for their part Putin and the crown prince appeared to get along famously shaking hands enthusiastically, the White House said Mr. Trump and bin Salman under fire for the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi had a brief encounter with. They quote exchanged pleasantries, former Dallas police officer Amer Geiger has been indicted on murder charges. She fatally shot an unarmed black man in his own apartment in September. And was first charged with manslaughter, Geiger's attorney, Robert Rogers. She knows she's innocent. She knows that. This was a tragic mistake. And so she's holding up. Alison, John is victim. Buffum John's mother from the very stunts. I knew. That she murdered him. And it was not..

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"alison john" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Holy cow. Folks. I hope you're still with us. We'll get information about just as correspondent, Jamie Yuccas with more. The major earthquake rocked buildings like this courthouse and seemed to go on and on. Roads collapsed all around Anchorage who smoke. Food flew off store shelves and windows were shattered. The quake struck just seven miles north west of the downtown area of Alaska's largest city, even with all the destruction. There are no reported injuries. Marriott has disclosed a massive data breach. For about five hundred million. Guests who booked reservations at Starwood properties. The hotel giant said in a statement that it discovered the unauthorized access from years ago, says credit cards dot com analyst Ted Rosman this breach supposedly began all the way back in two thousand fourteen. So we're talking about four four and a half years of data. It's definitely possible that the hackers were able to get a lot of information out of that aims feldon passport numbers. Just some of the info stolen world leaders began their G twenty summit in Argentina today. The Saudi Crown prince and Russia's President High five each other, but not President Trump the sudden chill among some leaders made for a few awkward moments. CBS news chief White House correspondent major Garrett his covering president. Trump avoided both Russian. President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman at the ceremonial G twenty photo today tensions with both leaders just one distraction in Argentina for their part Putin and the crown prince appeared to get along famously shaking hands in the White House said Mr. Trump and bin Salman under fire for the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi had a brief encounter where they quote exchanged pleasantries. Former Dallas police officer, amber, Geiger has been indicted on murder charges. She fatally shot an unarmed black man in his own apartment in September. And was first charged with manslaughter, Geiger's attorney, Robert Rogers. She knows she's innocent. She knows that. This was a tragic mistake. And so she's holding up. Alison, John is victim. Botham John's mother from the very. I knew that she murdered him. And it was not. Satisfied. I demand. This is CBS news. To experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com. It's time.

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"alison john" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Folks. I hope you're still with us. We'll get information on that just as correspondent, Jamie Yuccas with more. The major earthquake rocked buildings like this courthouse and seemed to go on and on. Rhodes's collapsed all around Anchorage. Food flew off store shelves and windows were shattered. The quake struck just seven miles north west of the downtown area of Alaska's largest city, even with all the destruction. There are no reported injuries. Marriott has disclosed a massive data breach. For about five hundred million. Guests who booked reservations at Starwood properties. The hotel giant said in a statement that it discovered the unauthorized access from years ago, says credit cards dot com. Analysts Ted Rosman this breach supposedly began all the way back in two thousand fourteen. So we're talking about four four and a half years of data. It's definitely possible that the hackers were able to get a lot of information out of that aims feldon and passport numbers. Just some of the info stolen world leaders began their G twenty summit in Argentina today, the Saudi Crown prince Russia's President High five each other, but not President Trump the sudden chill among some leaders made for a few awkward moments. CBS news chief White House. Correspondent major Garrett is covering president. Trump avoided both Russian. President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman at the ceremonial G twenty photo today tensions with both leaders just one distraction in Argentina for their part Putin and the crown prince appeared to get along famously shaking hands in the White House said Mr. Trump and bin Salman under fire for the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi had a brief encounter where they exchanged pleasantries. Former Dallas police officer, amber, Geiger has been indicted on murder charges. She fatally shot an unarmed black man and his own apartment in September. And was first charged with manslaughter, Geiger's attorney, Robert Rogers. She knows she's innocent. She knows that. This was a tragic mistake. And so she's holding up. Alison, John is victim. Botham John's mother stunts. I knew that she murdered him. And it was not..

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"alison john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

13:52 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Nick redfern. There's some great stories in the book, the monster monster book and some of them like lizard, man. I remember reporting lizard man as a newscaster back when those stories were unfolding and seemed like every couple of days, there'd be a new siding or a new angle on it. And it was kind of fun. It was like an oddity almost like a circus freak kind of a story or something that couldn't somebody in a costume or an oddity like that as opposed to something that really raised the goosebumps such as story, you tell in this book about something called a winged, man. It's a story from Staffordshire England in two thousand nine you. Remember the details. Oh, yes. Ironically that was at a place called the Cannock chase in central England only about five miles where I grew up as a kid. So now the area very well. And it's a large area of woodland forest land, and like certain places around the world that seems to be to the hotspots paranormal phenomena, the kind of chases just the same. Yeah. The become known as window in areas where it seems everything in its brother comes through, you know, at various times, and this is a particularly weird case. But what was intriguing about it was it was taken very seriously by the local newspaper the chase post. And somebody had saying this. Well, look like a humanoid figure sort of literally flying or if soaring would be a better chance of us out of the woods at high speed. You know, kind of like a flying man, not unlike I guess, the, you know, the stories coming out of point pleasant in the sixties with the Mothman something kinda parallel in that respect. And there were there were a number of independent witnesses who came forward and spoke to the press one of them spoke to the local police, although I don't really know what the police could have done about it. It's intriguing, but you know, you have despite of weird activity in this area, which is already notorious for sightings of things. Interesting enough light the dog man and found some black dogs and also a large black cats as well. You have a story in the book about the terror, you call it the terrible old man thing. Nineteen seventy seven at surfaces at a wind. Chills of all places in Sunnyvale, California. Oh, yeah. That that's really creepy story, and I guess appropriate for Halloween. And this is story. I give them to me by I'm Terry and she had this encounter in nineteen seventy seven with I can only call like a mining black. Not many black portray by Will Smith and tell me Jones in the movies, but the real manning black much weird sort of very pale and skinny and don't look entirely human. I sort of almost look cadaverous and found pie. Like, I know a lot of power noble towns attached to the real many black stories, you know, whereas the movie special secret agents, you know, other sacred agency, but Terry told me the story of has nineteen seventy seven when she was just a a young girl at the time. She was having lunch with a friend and this creepy mounting black time towards them sat down and proceeded to tell Terry basically, the the future of the the rest of her life, and it was filled with sort of. Doom gloom and tragedy. And she said that just looking at it was looking at somebody who is dead and almost like the money. Was. Terminology. And it was sort of penetrating is these old black suit and just gave off this really sort of intimidating creepy. Fi didn't really come across as being completely human. And didn't something. I mean, the thing is that this guy said it was going to happen to her. I think they they did happen to her or. Yes, that's right. So she got a lot of tragedy in life, and he kind of forecast that to happen. And I think when it happened as Gino she she never really forgot it lost. Its and I think, you know to have that sort of trolling the hanging over here for the rest of your life. You know, believing what little thing said we're gonna come through. I mean, you can understand how it would create a great deal of stress for someone, you know, the Mothman stories at least the movie version of Mothman is that this creature appears in different forms different people at different times. But as a harbinger of doom to come that it predates of bad things that are about to happen. Is that sort of how you think I it plays out in the Mothman sightings of point pleasant and beyond. Well, yeah. I mean, there's no doubt. It's you know, when you look at them off my story that it's sort of saturated in weirdness and tragedy for people don't know kick talking late sixty six in point pleasant, West Virginia. I went people started seeing this creature that some people described as like a flying humanoid a few people said it looked vaguely like pterodactyl others described as a giant bird. And but whatever they were seeing people that were saying something way bigger than any normal, but bad or anything like that. When the sightings height, aim sixty seven you had a lot of weird UFO activity, the servicing of this weird creepy character ninety eight hundred cold it was like approach how many black and also a lot of other MIT encounters and also reports of women in black turning up and threatening UFO witnesses and at the height of it. Of course, you know, you have the specter of the Mothman flying around town now in December sixty seven they the towns. School as it was called the Silva bridge collapsed into the Ohio river, what pleasant from one side of the Ohio river, an Ohio is on the other side, obviously and the bridge collapsed into the river, killing dozens of people and various researches address the connection or the potential connection between the presence of the Baath man and the collapse of the bridge, and the debts, and you have really sort of overriding fear is one but Mothman Eva caused the disaster. Macaques all that it was sort of a warning entertainment in a strange way tried to warn people of looming disasters and bad luck. And that's still very much debated divided upon you know, to this day, but there's also an English equivalent topic known as the almond which also had these sort of penetrating red eyes and large wings, and I came annoyed forum and a friend of mine. John Donahue, looking into this case Stapley John eventually had to walk away from the research because he found that every time. He started to get back into the researching investigating the Valentine stories about things would happen to like car accidents and ill health and it happened. So many times close to just after we started doing the research that he realized from his perspective. That's it really was as a cloud of adopt cloud would come over. And every time we go into any quite literally. I've actually said I'm done. You know, I'm I'm staying away from it. Because he felt somehow it was getting close maintain we had a resurgence of interest in Mothman in recent times in the Chicago area. A lot of reports of people who have seen the same thing. And I don't have a strong feeling of it. Either way of whether it is wishful thinking on the part of people who follow this sort of stuff and wish it would happen or whether there's some credibility to those sightings. What's your take on it? Well, you know, you get strange creature waves in the field of crypto zoology, as you mentioned, the the Mothman type creature seen in Chicago last summer, and we get kind of spike. Right. So a wave of activity in relation to other creatures. I mean, for example, in the nineteen seventies much of Pennsylvania. There was sudden spots and outbreaks of activity some of these bumps the stories, you know, the the won't be any citing so years, and then suddenly there's you know, a two week period. We get a lot of things like that. And that kind of angle if you like, you sort of paralleled through various types of creatures so inclined to think that maybe, you know, something that suggests again a connection between these creatures even though they saved as being very different coast. But but that that way. Activity in Chicago last year. It was very interesting from my perspective. Although I didn't really investigate the Mothman sightings. Because there are a lot of people role ready looking into it's one of them, a friend of mine. Alison, John leeann shaving doing a lotta good such into it. But what I did. I wrote a couple of articles about it. And in relation to have a number of witnesses to the moth in Chicago at suddenly afterwards had almost prophetic dreams of nightmares of nuclear destruction and atomic mushroom clouds and the end of civilization, and I actually had somewhere in the range of close to thirty people respond to that article who many of them living in the Chicago area who felt that, you know, something about happen. Others had they continue damn dreams and nightmares of atomic war in the United States. And and I felt somehow he was connected with sightings of this my mouth, Montauk preacher. So in that sense. You know, that was that was kind of a disturbing situation, you know, to get all these nuclear nightmares. I told them, you know, from patriots saying, this strange creature was was kind of disturbing. You know? And I think you're you're careful not to take too strong of a position in defence of some of these cases. But occasionally, you will make a comment that let your readers know where you are on it. You'll respond to critics who try to just brush it off. And I know you have to be careful, you don't want to commit to any of these things because you know, it's it's hard to prove it one way or another I well, yeah, it is hard to prove anything. But I mean, you know, I spent to probably hundreds and hundreds of witnesses to strange creatures over the years what I found is that the vast majority of them do come across overwhelmingly down-to-earth rational. Now, of course, in feels like you're always gonna get someone who, you know, hoax euro tries to hoc show just to find the station or just some crazy person. But what I found is the vast majority come across like regular normal people. But I always think that you know, when you're dealing with something like the paranormal, it's important to let the rain to know when, you know, something for sure when you speculating, and I don't think. There's anything wrong with speculation providing the ranger understands that that's what it is. You know, I think for that reason, you know, that's the that's the responsible way to do it as to sort of look at the data and share it. And that's what I do. I put the diatribe for people to say I've got out and says, I tell people don't have answers. I'll tell them, you know. She's a favorable or Thomson or or possibility, you know, I'm not going to tell people that make forty some strange creature that comes from the facade of the moon. I don't believe it, by the way. You know for someone to specifically state something along those lines. He's he's not the way to go. Yeah. There's a story in the monster book about something you call that's called bat squash. And you share that with us. Well, yeah. The the the bachelorette stories really strange one, and again, it's sort of falls into one of the categories that more than anything else is something that's sort of pops up. He's not seen again and just kind of just sort of baffles paper that there are a lot of cases light. That's where you know, something pops up and people like that. And then he's never seen again. But these particular cases, an interesting one it occurred in April nineteen sixty four in Buckley, Washington and actually quite close to mount rainier and the weakness in my nine nine Brian canfield. He saw the strange creature while he was driving along the road, and it was sort of humanoid, they huge wings. But it was kind of Harry as well, excuse me. And have they shining yellow lawyers brought the sort of a fair or the hair angle combined with the large wings. You know, the the the Harry body in the wings kind of people said, oh, it's it's not sasquatch because he's got wings. But he kind of looks. A bit like suspects electrical scratch and and for a while in nineteen ninety four. It was actually quite big news in that area. And then like a lot of other these other cases, it just sorta became part of the local legend, you know, the area's folklore and selling you've got a lot of men in black stories women in black stories you, and I've talked about that before that might be spookier than the men in black. And then some of those cases, you know, they seem other worldly just out of place. You know, we we've been accustomed because of the movies of to to think that maybe there are some secret government agents. But if you ever had any indications that maybe some of them are sort of very human government type operatives who are operating under the umbrella of something like a man in black up trying to emulate the real mystery and figuring they can get away with it that no one will believe the witnesses who see them. Yeah. Well, I've got to be honest with you, George. I five books now on this phenomenon foreign demanding black and one of the women in black, and I have to say that the vast majority of the reports, I don't sound anything like, you know, they stepped out of the Pentagon or the CIA or the FBI on the NSA nothing like the concept in the movies. They typically are described as looking pale and sickly, you know, go on the skins like like white people talk about high by have this ability to mind control, the personal hypnotize them even talks about when they're in close proximity to them that they've fallen sick afterwards. Almost like a like a supernatural infection or something along those lines and their cases when the men in black on the women and black of turned up in homes right after pay for been using wage boards, which puts another angle to it. But there's no doubt in my mind. Again, that's you know, this is a real phenomenon..

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"alison john" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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13:49 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Seventy K L I F. Nick redfern. There's some great stories in the book, the monster monster book and some of them like lizard, man. I remember reporting lizard ban as a as a newscaster back. When those stories were unfolding and seemed like every couple of days, there'd be a new citing or a new angle on it. And it was kind of fun. It was like an oddity almost like a circus free kind of a story or something that somebody in a costume or an oddity like that as opposed to something that really raised the goosebumps such as story, you tell in this book about something called a winged, man. It's a story from Staffordshire England in two thousand nine you. Remember the details. Oh, yeah. Honestly that was at a place called the Cannock chase in central England only about five miles from where I grew up as a kid. So I know the area very well. And it's a it's a large area for woodland forest land, and like certain places around the world that seems to be to the spots paranormal phenomena, the kind of chases just the same know that'd be come down his window areas where it seems everything in its brother comes through, you know, at various times, and this is a particularly weird case. But what was intriguing about it was it was taken very seriously by the local newspaper the chase post and somebody is saying this what looked like a humanoid figure sort of literally flying a soaring would be a better time to us over the woods at high speed. You know, kind of like a flying man, not unlike I guess, the, you know, the stories coming out of point pleasant. In the sixties with the Mothman something, you know, kind of power. In that respect. And there were there were a number of independent witnesses who came forward and spoke to the press one of them even spoke to the local police, although I don't really know what the police could have done about it. But but was intriguing but despite of weird activity in this area, which is already notorious for sightings of things. Interesting enough life the dog man and the phantom black dogs and also the large black cats as well. You have a story in the book about the terror you call it the terrible old man thing nineteen seventy seven at services at a wind. Chills of all places in Sunnyvale, California. Oh, yeah. That that's a really crappy story, I guess appropriate for Halloween. This story. I give them to me by lighting. I'm terry. And she had this encounter in nineteen seventy seven with I can only call like a manning black and not the man in black is portrayed. Okay, by Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones in the movies, but the real manning block. I'm much weird. I sorta very pale and skinny and don't look entirely human. I sort of almost look cadaverous and found pie like, and there are a lot of paranormal alva- towns attached to the rail. Manning black stories, you know, whereas in the movies that's sacred agents. You know, all the sacred agency. But Terry told me the story of nineteen seventy seven when she was just a a young guy at the time. She was having lunch with a friend, and they creepy mounting black time towards them sat down proceeded to tell Terry basically, the the future of the rest of her life, and it was filled with sort of doom gloom and tragedy. And she said that just looking at him was like looking at somebody who is dead, and almost like Delmonico's was the terminology and um. It was sort of penetrating is these old black suit and just gave off this really sort of intimidating creepy vibe and didn't really come across Baynes completely human. And didn't something. I mean, the thing is that this guy said was going to happen to her. I think they they did happen to her or. Yes, that's right. So she got a lot of tragedy in life and the kind of full cast that to happen. And I think when it happened as a teenager, Gino, she she never really forgot it or lost its, and I think, you know, to have that sort of trauma hanging over here for the rest of your life. You know believing. That's what this mindset little thing said, we're gonna come true. You know, I mean, you could understand how it would create a great deal of stress for someone. You know, the Mothman stories at least the movie version of Mothman is that this creature appears in different forms to different people at different times. But as a harbinger of doom to come that it predates bad things that are about to happen. Is that sorta how you'd think it plays out in the Mothman sightings of point pleasant and beyond? Well, yeah. I mean, there's no doubt. That's you know, when you look at the off mountain story that it's sort of saturated in weirdness and tragedy. So people don't know kicked off in late sixty six in point pleasant, West Virginia. I went people started seeing this creature that some people described as like a flying humanoid a few people said it looked fatally like a pterodactyl others described as a giant bet. And but whatever they were seeing people claim claiming they were saying something way bigger than any normal, but bad or anything like that. When the sightings their height and sixty seven you had a lot of weird UFO activity, the servicing of this weird creepy character ninety eight hundred cold who was like approach how many black and also a lot of other encounters and also reports of women black turning up and threatening UF. Witnesses and the heights of it. Of course, you know, you have the specter of the Mothman flying around town now in December sixty seven they the towns as it's called as it was called the silver bridge collapsed into the Ohio river point pleasant. Some one side of the Ohio river, an Ohio is on the other side, obviously and the bridge collapsed into the river, killing dozens of people and various researches. I dress the connection or the potential connection between the presence of the lav man on the collapse of the bridge and the deaths, and you have really sort of to all the riding fairies one. But Mosman a caused the disaster and the gas all that he was sort of a warning entity that in any challenge strange way tried to warn people of looming disasters and bad luck. That's still very much debated about. You know to this day, but there's also an English equivalent known as they Almonte which also has they sort of penetrating red eyes and large wings and a humanoid form and a friend of mine. John says. Look into this case deeply John eventually had to walk away from the research because he found that every time he started to get back into the racer cheating investigating the almond stories about things would happen to him like car accidents and ill health and it happened. So many times close to just after we started doing the research that he realized from his perspective. That's it really was as, you know, a cloud of adopt cloud would come over. And every time he got into any quite literally. I've actually said I'm done. You know, I'm I'm staying away from it. Because he felt somehow it was getting these close maintain we had a reserve of interest in Mothman in recent times in the Chicago area. A lot of reports of people who've seen the same thing. And I don't have a strong feeling of it. Either way of whether it is wishful thinking on the part of people who follow this sort of stuff and wish you would happen or. Whether there's some credibility to those sightings. What's your take on it? Well, you know, you do get strange creature waves in the field of crypto zoology. You know, as you mentioned, the the Mothman type creature seen in Chicago last summer, and we get kind of spite so waves of activity in relation to other creatures. I mean, for example, in the nineteen seventies much of Pennsylvania. There were sudden spurts and outbreaks of Bigfoot activity, some of these light bulbs two stories, you know, the the won't be any sightings for years. And then suddenly those you know, a two week period. We get a lot of things like that. And that kind of angle if you like you see sort of power. L throughout various types of of creatures. So again, I'm inclined to think that maybe, you know, something that suggests again a connection between these creatures even though they saved as being very different, of course. But but that that wave of activity in Chicago last year, it was very interesting from my perspective, although I didn't really investigate the Mothman sightings. Because there are a lot of people who are already looking into it. One of them, a friend of mine, Alison, John Lennon shaping doing a lot of good research into it. But what I did. I wrote a couple of articles about it and in relation to have a number of witnesses to the Mothman in Chicago at suddenly afterwards had all mouses. I saw prophetic dreams nightmares of nuclear destruction and atomic mushroom clouds and the end of civilization, and I actually had. Somebody in the range of close to thirty people respond to that article who many of them living in the Chicago area who felt that, you know, something might happen. Others had they act continued dreams and nightmares of atomic war in the United States. And and I felt somehow that he was connected with sightings of this. My mom talk preacher. So in that sense. You know, that was that was kind of a disturbing situation, you know, to get old days nuclear nightmares, as I told them, you know, from patriots saying, this strange creature was was kind of disturbing. You know, I think you're you're careful not to take too strong of a position in defence of some of these cases. But occasionally, you will make a comment that let your readers know where you are on it. You'll respond to critics who tried to just brush it off. And I know you have to be careful, you don't want to commit to need these things because you know, it's it's hard to prove it one way or another, right? Well, yeah, it is hard to prove anything. But I mean, you know, I've spoken to probably hundreds and hundreds of witnesses to strange creatures over the is what I found is that the vast majority of them do come across as being overwhelmingly down to earth and rational now feels like this. You're always gonna get someone who you know. Hoax your tries to hoax, your just to say still just some crazy person. But what I found is the vast majority do come across like regular normal people. But I always think that you know, when you're dealing with something like the paranormal it's important to let the rate or. No, when you know, something for sure when you speculating, and I don't think there's anything wrong with speculating provide in the raider understands that that's what it is. You know, I think for that raising. You know, that's the I think that's the responsible way to do it as to sort of look at the data and and share each and that's what I do. I put the diatribe for people to say any five got out and says, I tell people if I don't have on says, I'll tell them, you know, they should they should just say real or Tom sets or or possibility, you know, I'm not going to tell people that big is some strange creature that comes from the cost of the moon, which I don't believe it. Dave, by the way. You know for someone to specifically states something along those lines. He's he's not the way to go. You know, there's a story in the monster book about something you call that's called bat squash. And you share that with us. Well, yeah. The the the bud squad stories really strange one. And again, it's sort of falls into one of the categories that more than anything else is something that's sort of pops up. He's not seeing again and just kind of just sort of baffles people that there are a lot of cases light. That's where you know, something pops up and people are like what was that? And then he's never seen again. But these particular cases and entrusted one it occurred in April nineteen sixty four in Buckley, Washington and actually quite close to mount rainier and the witness about nine nine Brian canfield. He sold the strange creature was driving along the road, and it was sort of humanoid, they huge wings..

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"alison john" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"School resource officer. Seven a very difficult time. We went down there within seconds as I indicated. Meeting. We started here on the victim. And right now given to. The Greek Dwyer says the suspect was upset when a male student broke up with her and started dating the victim. The suspect was arrested and could be charged with premeditated murder Thursday. That's gerald. High will remain closed on Thursday reporting from Warren's Uber WJ NewsRadio nine fifty authorities say that a gunman in California killed five people, including his wife before turning the gun on himself as a sheriff's deputy closed in Kern county sheriff Donnie young blunt says the shootings began shortly before five thirty yesterday afternoon and occurred at a business at a home in Bakersfield about ninety miles north of Los Angeles. No immediate word on how the other victims were related the family of an unarmed. Black man killed in his own apartment by an off-duty. Dallas police officer is opening about opening up about the death of both John. They spoke exclusively to CBS news. Alison, john. Both them's mother has this message for the officer one of the things. Islambad just complete. Just surrender. Officer amber, Geiger, says she approached what she believed to be her apartment and notice the door. The door was ajar with a large silhouette inside with the lights off. She says she fired two shots into the apartment. After verbal commands were ignored. She has been charged with manslaughter. WBZ news time four thirty five. Former vice president Joe Biden in Southfield yesterday campaigning for democratic gubernatorial candidate Gretchen Whitmer, but Biden and Whitmer we're joined by Detroit mayor Mike Duggan at Leo's Coney Island along northwestern highway the appearance followed by a fundraiser for Whitmer and her running mate garland, Gilchrist the second. In Bloomfield hills. One of the top ranking Republicans in the Indiana statehouse is seriously injured after a motorcycle crash in northern Michigan House Ways, and means chairman Tim Brown was thrown from his motorcycle late yesterday morning when an SUV pulled out in front of him. The lawmaker was on a trip with fellow Republican Representative Mike speedy of Indianapolis who was not injured Brown's condition at this time is unknown. Well, now in its fifth year Detroit's homecoming kicked off last night with a welcoming dinner inside of Little Caesars arena. The invite only three day event invites Detroit ex pats to reconnect into reinvest in their hometown among the opening speakers for night, one was Detroit businessman and Quicken Loans founder, Dan Gilbert's when you start thinking big around here and bigger probably than we have. I think we're still a little gun shy. From what's happened here? Over decades and decades, not even including the thousand seven eight thing. So bankruptcy. We've been through things that people having. But I think. I do believe in the concept. And I think I've learned this learn us in our personal life and learn this in business learns from the city that what doesn't kill. You does make you proof of that every single day. Organizers say this year's homecoming event has brought back nearly three hundred ex pats over its five years of existence homecoming has created over three hundred million dollars in new impending investments for the city. WBZ news time is four thirty seven right now..

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"alison john" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The chest twice in class Wednesday morning at school resource officer tried to help the sixteen year old who died at the hospital. I know that the school resource officer. Having a very difficult time. We went down there within seconds as I indicated. I mean, we started CPR on the victim. Right now, given to the Greek Dwyer says the suspect was upset when a male student broke up with her and started dating the victim. The suspect was arrested and could be charged with premeditated murder Thursday. That's gerald. High will remain closed on Thursday reporting from Warren's offer Uber WJ NewsRadio nine fifty government. Health officials calling the use of e cigarettes by teenagers in epidemic. And the FDA says e cigarette makers have two months now to come up with a concrete way to keep them out of the hands of underage users or face, potentially harsh consequences. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb is stepping up the pressure telling five companies they have sixty days to submit plans to keep e cigarettes out of teens hands or face the possibility of the FDA polling flavored products, which experts say appeal to teens off the market bet. CBS news correspondent, Anna Werner. Both Francis will be speaking with you as bishops at the van. American today about sex abuse by Catholic clergy just ahead of the meeting. The pope called on leaders of the world's bishops conference to a sex abuse summit that summit set to take place in February senior Vatican spokesperson, Gregory Burke, says the timing is intentional. He's doing it. Now, obviously because there's been a certain rash of recent problems the family of an unarmed. Black man killed in his own apartment by an off-duty. Dallas police officer opening about up an opening up rather about the death of both Remigia John. They spoke exclusively to CBS news correspondent Ellison. They spoke exclusively to CBS news. I should have been saying Alison, John both rooms mother has this message for the officer one of the things. Combat just come clean. Just. Officer amber, Geiger, says she approach what she believed to be your own apartment and notice the door ajar with a large silhouette inside with the lights off. She says she's fired two shots into the apartment. After verbal commands were ignored. She has been charged with manslaughter. WWE news time twelve thirty seven couple of work crews out there.

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"alison john" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"School resource officer. Having a very difficult time. We went down there within sentences. I indicated. We started CPR on the victim. Right now, given to the Greek Dwyer says the suspect was upset when a male student broke up with her and started dating victim. The suspect was arrested and could be charged with premeditated murder Thursday. That's gerald. High will remain closed on Thursday reporting from Warren's offer Uber WJ NewsRadio nine fifty. Government health officials are using or the use of cigarettes by teenagers and pedantic and the FDA says e cigarette makers two months with concrete ways to keep them out of the hands of underage users or face, potentially harsh consequences. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb is stepping up the pressure telling five companies they have sixty days to submit plans to keep e cigarettes out of teens hands or face the possibility of the FDA polling flavored products, which experts say appeal to teens off the market CBS news correspondent Anna Warner. Pope Francis will speak with US bishops at the Vatican Thursday about sex abuse Catholic, clergy ahead of the meeting. The pope called on leaders the world's bishops conference to a sex abuse summit. Your senior Vatican spokesperson, Gregory Burke, he says the timing is intentional. He's doing it. Now, obviously because there's been a certain rash of recent problems. That's what will take place in February. The family of an unarmed. Black man killed in his own apartment by an off-duty. Dallas police officer is opening up about the death of both John. They spoke exclusively to CBS news. Alison, john. Both teams mother is this message to the officer one of the things I would like. Is com. That's just come clean. Just the right into officer ember Geiger, says she approach what she believed to be her apartment and notice the door ajar with large silhouette inside the lights off. She says fired two shots into the apartment. After verbal commands were ignored. She was in the wrong apartment and on the wrong floor. She had a first floor apartment. Apparently went upstairs the second floor in into John's apartment there. She's charged with manslaughter. There was a surge last month the number of families crossing into the US from Mexico illegally. CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman. The numbers are dramatically up arrests of immigrant families entering the US illegally rose by thirty eight percent in August compared to July the department of homeland security says more than twelve thousand families were taken into custody. It's not unusual for these numbers to rise as the summer comes to an end. But the number of families arrested last month was the highest ever for the month of August. Homeland security officials blamed the rise on the twenty day limit on how long children can be separated from their families. Steve Futterman, CBS news, Los Angeles. Domino. Traders time is ten thirty eight time for traffic.

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"alison john" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

Fantasy Football Today

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

"You can't win my sash. No, you can't. So you're basically talking about maybe Detroit week three Miami week four. And you'd think Chris Hogan's gonna be so uninvolved. No. So that's why I wouldn't even bother with unless you're talking about deeper leagues with a late waiver. We gotta talk about Toronto, Alison, drano, Alison, John Ross, Mike Williams, these young wide receivers that could be good offenses. You know there, there's so many names on this list. I really think you should read the article, but I need you guys to kind of summit up like who has the most upside. Who would you be looking at Allison Pettus. Ted Ginn, John Ross. Kobe's Lee, Mike Williams, Ryan grant Philip door set Willie Snead Tiro Williams, Bruce Ellington to Sean Jackson? Yes. I listed every receiver in the NFL face. I would have put Alison ahead of the hawks guys if we know for sure that Rogers is one hundred percent also too. He's point if you need someone to start this week, you're not starting Alison over, probably Marshall or lock it just given the matchup against Minnesota. So this is kind of I always struggle with this when I read the column of long term versus short term. And so short term, the Seahawks guys are a little bit better because, again, Marshall situation, comparatively Roger situation. So if you're just looking for a long-term stash, I think Allison has more upside than the guys maybe John Brown, but I. I mean, you know how much I liked him coming into season so it was encouraging see the way played, but with just so much uncertainty right now at that's situation. Are you ready for another heath flip-flop or heath one eighty Mike, Mike Williams over jarrow well, no, ever over everybody just mentioned. Okay. So which had so gimme gimme your priorities? Where would you put Mike Williams? We'll know with you the top six or seven, I think are the same. Okay. Just in a different order. But after you get past the Seattle wide receivers, they threw the ball deep, Tiro Williams. He dropped a touchdown, Travis Benjamin dropped a touchdown and cost himself and other forty yard or something. Another drop in the second half of that game Villepin versus started throwing the ball, Mike Williams and Mike Williams caught it and looked like a good receiver. I'm definitely more excited about him than I am. John Ross who got to targets and had three yards. We didn't even see William score which is going to be a huge part of his game because he's got that big size and single coverage in then. So I'm not saying there. Ailing too rivers. That was a big step actually catch the guy you want. That's definitely a guy you wanna stash again, I'm surprised only fifty four percent owned and they've got buffalo belief and usually going cross country to buffalo is actually a pretty tough thing to do. I don't know that we're gonna feel that way this week when the chargers go there tight ends. We gotta talk about here and I think we'll just save team Tuesday for tomorrow. We'll do team name Tuesday on Wednesday. So I've got to your team names. I will get to them try to get some emails at the end of the show. Tight ends. All right. We've talked about George Kittle. He'd be our number one priority, Jared, cook, Eric, Ibran, Ben Watson, Austin's, Varian Jenkins Jamie, that's how you ranked the top four after Kittle cook Ibran. Watson, Severi Jenkins. Yeah. I mean, it's hard to get past what cooks involvement was in that game last night. It's all targets and how he was used and he looked explosive. So I guess we'll chase the unicorn for one week and see how it goes. But if there is. A week to buy into it with all engines, tight end in the match up, you know, I think there's not pretending him for opportunity here from to build off that is still think Jack Doyle is going to be the better of the two tight ends for the colts EIB Ron had the biggest play, and you know he's going to be as -nificant playmaker and then Watson safari jackets still gonna be involved in their respective offenses. If Severi jacket scores a touchdown, the perception of him is going to be different, but it's almost Jenkins..

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"alison john" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Hurricane Florence strengthening to a powerful category. Four storm as it takes aim at the east coast. The National Hurricane Center says that the maximum sustained winds are now one hundred thirty miles per hour. The storm is projected to take aim at North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia later this week. All three governors already declaring states of emergency while Florence is. Now, a major storm and continuing to strengthen forecasters are also watching to other hurricanes both further out in the ocean. Neither currently threatening any land areas Isaac is holding steady in strength as a category. One hurricane over the central Atlantic Hellene quickly strengthening over the eastern Atlantic now a category. Two storm with top. Winds of one hundred five miles an hour and Helene forecast to become a major hurricane by tonight. The mother of a man shot to death by North Texas cop still wants to know what happened. Alison, John says the powers that be needed to give her answers on the interaction between Botham John and officer amber Geiger before his death Geiger was arrested yesterday for manslaughter and shooting John to death outside his apartment last week. It's believed Geiger mistakenly believed she was in her own apartment after finishing work. The number of New York City firefighters who have died from illnesses related to the nine eleven terrorist attacks keeps climbing there were three hundred forty three firefighters who died on September eleventh two thousand one but one hundred eighty two passed away sense and more than one thousand either have cancer or respiratory problems union president James 'lamada says. Firefighters spent months sifting through ground zero rubble vowing to try and bring closure to.

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"alison john" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"alison john" Discussed on KOMO

"And now some of your top stories go right back to the weather situation. Hurricane Flora and strengthening to a powerful category. Four storm is it takes aim at the east coast the National Hurricane Center saying maximum sustained winds now at one hundred thirty miles an hour. A mother of a man shot to death by a North Texas cop still wants to know what happened. Alison, John says the powers that need that need to be need to give her answers on the interaction between Botham, gene and officer, amber Geyer before his death. Must Mon viz the powerful longtime chairman and chief executive of CBS is going to resign his position in the wake of sexual assault allegations, concluding a whirlwind six weeks that saw him fall from purchase one of the country. Most respected media titans. The Washington Post, Alex Horton following the story and spoke with komo's Bill O'neil, Alex. It seems another round of accusations was the final straw here. Wasn't. It was you know, wrote in Farah rose New Yorker about accusations in July and just on Sunday by six more women came forward with a similar, but also very intense accusations that go back decades that started in eighties and went all the way through the two thousand. So there are already a there was already a negotiated exit for moon Vesta leave, and this seems to hasten his resignation there for his part move is continues to denial of us doesn't he got? He he said a few of those in the recent report, work, consensual and others. You know, he denied that they happened. So there there's a lot swirling around about how much he has acknowledged. How much has downplayed so far certainly this complicates would has been seen as a great legacy. For move is not very long ago, doesn't it? Is arguably probably the the greatest fall so far in the metoo movement. Harvey Weinstein was a powerful Hollywood figure the moon. Best ran an entire network, and he was seen as being responsible for it being such a huge success over the last ten years. It's been number one in ratings for a decade and a lot of people have attributed that to his his guiding hand. But yeah, these these allegations of reach such a critical mass for him that his value to the company was no longer a question of whether he stay or whether he should go. And of course, this has been a continuing uncomfortable topic for CBS we remember Charlie rose where to CBS kind of go from here. They're gonna wanna call for transparency on how the investigation especially as it relates to his possible payout on the table today. TBN said that he could get twenty million dollars. If the allegations don't pan out in the investigation, and some folks are are upset about that. Even a possibility the advocacy group times up released a statement yesterday. As saying they wanted transparency all throughout the process to make sure that you know, the women's voices are heard other accusers potentially are met with serious questions and the mitigation bears out in a fair way. So CBS really hasn't been rocked. You know, as you mentioned, Charlie rose a few months ago. And now, you know, they're they're president. So it seems like they're really kind of scrambling there, and you know, one of the things that run in parallel product throughout both of his articles on moon vast is not only that this happened at the very top. But the women were saying that also shows that there is kind of a culture of complacency and downplaying not only just the effects and the accusations of women he said several of those other men who are not invest receiving promotions and favorable treatment. Even as cases more being settled in house staff reporter, Alex Horton, read more online at washingtonpost dot com. And that interview with komo's Bill O'neil. There are reports George Zimmerman has threatened. Rap mogul, Jay z and his superstar wife beyond say Jay Z's, the producer of a new documentary about Trayvon Martin the teenager Zimmerman shot and killed while acting as a neighborhood, watch volunteer in Florida, the celebrity news website, the blast reports Zimmerman insulted and threatened Jay Z and beyond say in text messages to a private investigator Zimmerman was acquitted of second degree murder in the twenty twelve shooting death of the unarmed. Seventeen year old African American that is Richard Jordan reporting people in Arizona throwing a flag on an NFL mascot. The Redskins game to Glendale and beat the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday outside state farm stadium. Dozens of people rallied against the nickname for Washington DC's NFL team, the demonstration was led by the group Arizona to rally against native mascots who say Redskin is a racial slur. The owner of the team says the name represents honor. And he's promised never to change. It..

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