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"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

15:55 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Yeah I got one last bumper coming up at the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the verte brats or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes very appropriately and thank you enjoyed playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is the our music magazine with Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the new book it well the it's more route most recent book and and so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen with in the human mind or body or spirit how to planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book the sort of the temple of the book the state case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about several injured your car has suggested right he said anybody who commits murder but must be insane if if number remember correct right to some level right so Weinstein well is killed this woman who he adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan hand in hand going out to dinner going to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary how does someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life who's raised children I'm I know around nice guy it's such a horrific act this this this notion that he was temporarily insane I'm makes sense right I mean right makes more sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and the need to suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not eight and so basically how responsible hold on you know he didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we we talked earlier tonight about it the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defenses succeed it's very very very rare that the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who we had shot president Reagan and so how how do you manage the successful in state defense is almost impossible get her but Weinstein his lawyer put on what was called the temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had he had an arachnoid cyst growing on his face the frontal lobe of his brain which his lawyer had argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper decision and compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to it one point during the argument his wife was kind of baiting him but he did but he had a switch into gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's when it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep expo floor in that so we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast Hey Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead I can't well I he wondered I've got in the back of the brain they tell me I've had epilepsy all my life and the last four years my memory has been slipping away and the last two years I've been having more seizures and since I'm totally blind I had to depend on myself and my independence I was trying to hitchhike into Wisconsin here sure presentation on angel the cops beat me up for that broken bones and really want to be is in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder so that's seven years ago and still affecting my memory and sure water depression at this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain or if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it incident either either you your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight isn't it and a headache but Pam I I think you actually speak to something to the tune that Kevin writes about which is in one it one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was it they've gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue that this is sort of an aside but you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so and and that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed and some police departments are finally recognizing that Indian officers are being trained to understand and you know people who are having mental health problems and are not necessarily and criminals and and threats so so you're right but yes but you know people who have fallen people who have been hit in the head it we talk about prisoners prisoners who didn't gotten you know debt altercation with guards right I mean you know getting hit in the head you know falling off your bike all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and them being damaged unknowingly you know we we may recover you know we you you may have played football as a kid or or soccer or you know who knows a lot of these things you know are invisible injuries is is I mentioned earlier we recover refined we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and until some sort of a you know a tragedy has yet to look at some sort of event reveals that well I hate to think what she's going through and all that too on top of that being blind and of course epilepsy another it if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it would be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I I hope she gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter yes thank you yeah I was calling you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever but there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it said that it was definitely emotional abuse because physical brain damage very studying children that were emotionally abused by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because there I mean you can't just fix the kid after that he's got a really a physical problem after that and also it's like how we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jail as well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that the way they live is emotional they're being emotionally abused every day and like I I was talking to Michio kaku once on the old guard though shorter I said to him I said is our society the way we have jobs and they have to go to a work work a job isn't that insane society the world he was saying he was saying yeah I say because shouldn't our objective society from the beginning of the each person being self sufficient substance subsystem and farmer Florence right right number one and so he was in the hands of the world's going to come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not gone back to ocean well I get that well yeah but we I think we don't we'd all be happier in a year I think in the in some respects hello let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on your wall you know you're right so a motional abuse does have you know physiological and biological attacks absolutely especially in young people so you know when when when a child is is is emotionally abuse when a child is going through emotional trauma this is definite the facts on the child's brain the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing trauma not just physical trouble so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain when especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike hi I got four tours of duty in combat and I was shut out of a helicopter at about a hundred feet and I was blown through a bunker and meant mom back backwards in separate harm but chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skillet mac the headquarters kind of like Pentagon news what what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I wasn't in the field combat person I worked at McAfee headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst okay unlike special services kind of thing no I get it they call them but you have PTSD from that what I did so no no I get that the deal is I came back and they said that I had four times when I was on knocked unconscious and had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighty that they said I only had twelve years in but I have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had at that time I had had a stroke in the call the apoplectic seizure it didn't affect left to right but it that fact that my brain stem and I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke at a could not remember anything hardly know what mix everything all up but the the thing I wanted to talk about it was about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day about a hundred degrees like back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management non somebody hold in in a long line of traffic before the gas station and pulled in front of me and just cutting all between and got out of his car and he had a little white thing on is that and it was kind of like the size of the cigarette and it was late night I looked at it and I thought it was C. for not those going to blow all these fuel pumps up so I went over yelling at him and he ended up biting me and I don't remember what and a meeting that's all it did was with my left hand out and ended up down on the ground with the with a cracked skull broken back in his right hand broken in three places and well I ended up in front of judge over seven hours and the thing of it is all I know is that said in the state of Delaware there's no such thing as PTSD defense so I ended up built in I just said Hey nolo contendere but did you end up having to serve time did you serve time no as a matter of fact the the policeman who who had got there first was a marine and he said take a break you know like come to attention I just stood at the front of his car and when everybody else got there they said how come you don't have that guy locked up in your cars as opposed him stand there he hasn't moved in the last hour and a half well okay and he ended up writing me up for offensive product and they were gonna they were going to re write it when I was going to trial and the judge says they didn't get a chance to rewrite it so I'm going to try you for offensive but I'm glad I'm glad you didn't do serious time but boy that that the story you tell is really a parallel story to the book the brain defense Kevin where are you with us you don't have a first round you know thank you for for serving our country and you know the thing that comes to mind is is is that you know what I hear stories about people who are suffering from PTSD is that they're often trigger offense yeah it sounds to me as he described as you know you you saw something you know on this man's back that that triggered you know very you know traumatic memory an experience that you know cause you to behave in a way that you may not normally have you know a right so I you know I my question is it sounds like.

Kevin
"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

15:55 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Yeah I got one last bumper coming up at the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the vertebrae that's or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes appropriately and thank you have enjoyed playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is a our music magazine with Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the new book it well the it's more route most recent book and and so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen with in the human mind or body or spirit how to planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book the sort of the temple of the book the state case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about your call has suggested right he said anybody who commits murder but must be insane if if I'm remembering correctly to some level right so Weinstein well have killed this woman who she adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan hand in hand going out to dinner going out to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary how does someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life who's raised children I know around nice guy it's such a horrific act this this this notion that he was temporarily insane makes sense right I mean right makes more sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and the need to suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not eight and so medically how responsible he held you know he didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we we talked earlier today about the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defense is six feet it's very very very rare that the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who we had shot president Reagan and so how how do you manage a successful defense is almost impossible Weinstein lawyer put on what was called a temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had he entered arachnoid cyst growing on his the frontal lobe of his brain which his lawyer had argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper decision and good compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to it one point during the argument his wife was kind of baiting him but he did but he had a switch into gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's what it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep expo floor in that so we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast Hey Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead I can't well I wondered I've got in the back of the green they tell me I've had epilepsy all my life and the last four years my memory has been slipping away and the last two years I've been having more seizures and since I'm totally blind I had to depend on myself and my independence I was trying to hitchhike into Wisconsin here sure presentation on angels the cops beat me up for that broken Olson really want to be is in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder so that's seven years ago and still affecting my memory and sure water depression at this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain or if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it is to me either either you your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight isn't it and a headache but Pam I I think you actually speak to something to that's in that Kevin writes about which is it won it in one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was it they've gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue that this is sort of an aside but you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with or understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so and and that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed and some police departments are finally recognizing that in their officers are being trained to understand and you know people who are having mental health problems and are not necessarily any criminals and threats so even though you're right but yes but you know people have fallen people who have been hit in the head it we talk about prisoners prisoners who didn't gotten you know debt altercation with guards right I mean you don't get hit in the head you know flying off your bike all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and them being damaged unknowingly you know we we make recovery you know we you you may have played football as a kid or or soccer or you know who knows a lot of these things you know are invisible injuries is is like you know that mentioned earlier we recover refined we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and until some sort of a you know tragedy has yet to look at some sort of event reveals that I hate to think what she's going through and all that too on top of that being blinded of course epilepsy another if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it would be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I I hope she gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter are you thank you yeah I was calling you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever but there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it said that it was definitely emotional abuse because physical brain damage very studying children that were emotional abuse by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because yeah I mean you can't just fix the kid out there that you've got a really a physical problem after that and also it's like how we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jails well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that's the way they live is emotional they're being emotionally abused every day and like I I was talking to Michio kaku once on the old guard though shorter I said to him I said is our society the way we have jobs and they have to go to a work worker job isn't that insane society of the world he was saying he was saying yeah I say because shouldn't object of society from the beginning of the each person being self sufficient substance subsystem and farmer Florence right right number one and so he was in the hands of the world's gonna come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not going back to or should I get well yeah but we I think we don't we'd all be happier in a year I think in the in some respects well let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on your wall you know you're right so a motional abuse does have a physiological and biological attacks absolutely especially in young people so you know while women's swimwear trailed is is is emotionally abuse when a child is going through emotional trauma that has definite the facts on that child's braid the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing common access physical trauma so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain wouldn't especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse thanks Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike hi I got four tours of duty in combat and I was not out of the helicopter about a hundred feet nose blowing through a bunker and meant mom back backwards in separate arm but I chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skill at mac the headquarters kind of like Pentagon news what what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I was in the in the field combat person I worked at Nike headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst okay unlike special services kind of thing no I get it they call him but you have PTSD from that what I did so no no the deal is I came back and they said that I had four times when I was on knocked unconscious and had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighty that they said I only had twelve years in but I have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had at that time I had had a stroke in the call the apoplectic seizure didn't affect left to right but it is affected my brain stem and I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke at a could not remember anything hardly know what mix everything all up but the the thing I wanted to talk about it was about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day about a hundred degrees like back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management non somebody Holden in a long line of traffic before the gas station and pulled in front of me and just cutting all between and got out of his car and he had a little white thing on his back and it was kind of like the size of the cigarette and it was white and I've looked at it and I thought it was sued for not those gonna blow all these fuel pumps up so I went over yelling at him and he ended up biting me and I don't remember what happened to me that's all it did was with my left hand out and he ended up down on the ground with the with a cracked skull broken back in his right hand broken in three places and I ended up from the judge it was seven dollars and the thing of it is all I know is that said in the state of Delaware there's no such thing as PTSD defense so I ended up ability and I just said Hey nolo contendere but did you end up having to serve time did you serve time no as a matter of fact the the policeman who who had got there first was a marine and he said took a very similar come to attention I just stood out in front of his car and when everybody else got there they said how come you don't have that guy locked up in your car is this I told him stand there he hasn't moved in the last hour and a half okay and he ended up breaking me up for offensive product and they were gonna they were going to re write it when I was going to trial and the judge says they didn't get a chance to rewrite it so I'm going to try you for offensive but no I didn't I'm glad you didn't do serious time but boy that that the story you tell is really a parallel story to the book the brain defense Kevin were you with us if you don't have a first love you know thank you for serving our country and email that is the thing that comes to mind is is is that you know what I hear stories about people who are suffering from PTSD is that they're often trigger offense yeah it sounds to me as he described as you know eve you saw something you know on this man's back that that triggered you know a very you know traumatic memory an experience that you know cause you to behave in a way that you may not normally have you know a right so I you know I my question is it sounds like.

Kevin
"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

15:55 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on KGO 810

"Yeah it got one last bumper coming up at the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the vertebrae that's or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes very appropriately and thank you good playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is the our music magazine with Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the new book it well it's more route most recent book and and so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen with in the human mind or body or spirit how to planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book the sort of the temple of the book the state case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about your your call has suggested right he said anybody who commits murder must be insane if it's summer remember correct right to some level right so Weinstein well is killed this woman who she adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan hand in hand going out to dinner going out to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary how does someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life who's raised children I know around nice guy her research access this this this notion that he was temporarily insane makes sense right I mean right makes more sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and then he just suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not and so basically how responsible he'd be held you know he didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we we talked earlier tonight about it the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defense is six feet it's very very very rare that the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who quick shot president Reagan and so how how do you manage the successful in state defense is almost impossible to get but Weinstein his lawyer put on what was called a temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had he entered arachnoid cyst growing on his the frontal lobe of his brain which his lawyer had argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper decision and good compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to it one point during the argument his wife was kind of beating him but he did but he had a switch in the gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's when it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep X. Lauren that's we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast Hey Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead hi Pam well I wondered I've got in the back of the brain they tell me I've had apple let's see all my life and the last four years my memory has been slipping away and the last two years I've been having more seizures and since I'm totally blind I had to depend on myself and my independence I was trying to hitchhike into Wisconsin here sure presentation on angel the cops beat me up for that broken Olson really want to be is in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder so that's seven years ago and still affecting my memory and sure water depression at this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it is to me either either you your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight isn't it and a headache but Pam I I think you actually speak to something to that's in that Kevin writes about which is in one in one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was it they've gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue that this is sort of an aside but you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so and that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed in some place apartments are profoundly recognizing that in their officers are being trained to understand and you know people who are having mental health problems and are not necessarily a criminals and threats so is this the right but yes but you know people who have fallen people who have been hit in the head in which prisoners prisoners who didn't gotten you know debt altercation with guards right I mean you know getting hit in the head you know falling off your bike all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and them being damaged unknowingly you know we we may recover you know we you you may have played football as a kid or or soccer or you know who knows a lot of these things you know are invisible injuries is is I you know that mentioned earlier we recover refined we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and until some sort of a you know tragedy took some sort of event reveals that well I hate to think what she's going through and all that too on top of that being blind and of course epilepsy but nothing if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it would be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I I hope she gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter are you thank you yeah I was calling you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever there there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it said that it was definitely emotional abuse caused physical brain damage very studying children that were emotionally abused by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because yeah I mean you can't just fix the kid after that he's got a really a physical problem after that and also it's like we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jail as well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that's the way they live is emotional they're being emotionally abused every day like I was talking to Michio kaku once on the old guard though shorter I said to him I said is our society the way we have jobs and they have to go to a work worker job isn't that insane societies of the world he was saying he was saying yeah I say because shouldn't object of society from the beginning of the each person being self sufficient substance subsystem and farmer Florence right right number one and so he was saying the arrogance is the world's gonna come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not going back to or should I get that well yeah but we I think we don't we'd all be happier in a year I think in the in some respects hello let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on yeah well you know you're right so a motional views does have you know physiological and biological attacks absolutely especially our young people so you know when when when the camera is is is emotionally abuse when a child is going through emotional trauma this is definite the facts on their child's brain the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing trauma not just physical trauma so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain when especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse thanks Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike hi I got four tours of duty in combat and I was not out of the helicopter at about a hundred feet nose blowing through a bunker and meant mom back backwards in separate arm but I chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skillet mac the headquarters kind of like Pentagon is what what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I wasn't in the field combat person I worked at Nike headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst okay unlike special services kind of thing I get it they call them but you have PTSD from that what I did so no no the deal is I came back and they said that I had four times when I was on knocked unconscious and had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighty that that said I only had twelve years in but I have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had at that time I had had a stroke in the call the apoplectic seizure didn't affect left to right but it has affected my brain stem and I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish is English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke at a could not remember anything hardly know it makes everything all up but the the thing I wanted to talk about those about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day about a hundred degrees like back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management non somebody hold in in a long line of traffic before the gas station and pulled in front of me it's just cutting all between and got out of his car and he had a little white thing on his back and it was kind of like the size of the cigarette and it was wait not I looked at it and I thought it was sued for not those gonna blow all these fuel pumps up so I went over yelling at him and he ended up inviting me and I don't remember what happened to me all I did was with my left hand out and he ended up down on the ground with the with a cracked skull broken back in his right hand broken in three places and well I ended up in front of judge it was seven dollars and the thing of it is all I know is that said in the state of Delaware there's no such thing as PTSD defense so I ended up built in I just said Hey nolo contendere but did you end up having to serve time did you serve time no as a matter of fact the the policeman who who had got there first was a marine and he said took a very similar come to attention I just stood at the front of his car and when everybody else got there they said how come you don't have that guy locked up in your car uses opponents stand there he hasn't moved in the last hour and a half okay and he ended up writing me up for offensive product and then we're gonna they were going to re write it when I was going to trial and the judge says they didn't get a chance to rewrite it so I'm going to try you for offensive touch I'm glad you didn't do serious time but boy that the the story you tell is really a parallel story to the book the brain defense Kevin were you with us yeah you don't have a first one you know thank you for for for serving our country and you know the thing that comes to mind is is is that you know what I hear stories about people who are suffering from PTSD is that they're often trigger offense yeah it sounds to me as he described as you know eve you saw something you know on this man's back that that triggered you know very you know traumatic memory an experience that you know cause you to behave in a way that you may not normally have you know a right so I you know I my question is is it sounds like.

Kevin
"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

15:08 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on WTVN

"Yeah I got one last bumper coming up at the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the vertebrae that's or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes appropriately and thank you good playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is the our music magazine when Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the new book it well it's more route most recent book and and so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen with in the human mind or body or spirit how to planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book the sort of the temple of the book the US state case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about your call has suggested right he said anybody who commits murder must must be insane if if number remember correct right to some level right so Weinstein well is killed this woman who she adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan hand in hand going out to dinner going out to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary how does someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life who's raised children I know around nice guy it's such a horrific acts this this this notion that he was temporarily insane makes sense right I mean right it makes more sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and the need to suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not right and so basically how responsible he held you know he didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we we talked earlier today about the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defenses succeed it's very very very rare that the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who we had shot president Reagan and so how how do you manage the successful in state defense is almost impossible to get Herbert Weinstein where put on what was called a temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had he had an arachnoid cyst growing on his the frontal lobe of his brain which his lawyer had argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper decision and compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to at one point during the argument his wife was kind of baiting him but he did but he had a switch in the gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's what it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep expo floor in that so we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast Hey Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead hi Pam well I he wondered I've got in the back of the brain they tell me I've had epilepsy all my life and the last four years my memory has been slipping away and the last two years I've been having more seizures and since I'm totally blind I had to depend on myself and my independence I was trying to hitchhike into Wisconsin here sure presentation on angels the cops beat me up for that broken Olson really want to be is in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder so that's seven years ago and still affecting my memory and sure water depression at this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain or if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it incident either either you your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight is on it and a headache but Pam I I think you actually speak to something to that's in that Kevin writes about which is in one in one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was it they've gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue and this is sort of an aside but you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so and and that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed in some place apartments are finally recognizing that Indian officers are being trained to understand and you know people who are having mental health problems and are not necessarily and criminals and threats so even though you're right but yes but you know people who have fallen people who have been hit in the head in which prisoners prisoners who didn't gotten you know debt altercation with guards right I mean you know getting hit in the head you know falling off your bike all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and them being damaged unknowingly you know we we may recover you know we you you may have played football as a kid or or soccer or you know who knows a lot of these things you know are invisible injuries is is I have mentioned earlier we recover refined we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and until some sort of a you know I actually have to look at some sort of event reveals that I hate to think what she's going through and all the two on top of that being blind and of course epilepsy another if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it would be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I I hope she gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter are you thank you yeah I was calling you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever but there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it said that it was definitely emotional abuse caused physical brain damage very studying children that were most years by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because yeah I mean you can't just fix the kid after that he's got a really a physical problem after that and also it's like how we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jail as well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that's the way they live is emotional they're being emotionally abused every day and like I I was talking to Michio kaku once on the old guard though shorter I said to him I said is our society the way we have jobs and they have to go to a work worker job isn't that insane society the world he was saying he was saying yeah I say because shouldn't object of society from the beginning and the each person being self sufficient substance subsystem and farmer Florence right right number one and so he was in the hands of the world's gonna come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not gone back to ocean I get it well yeah but we I think we don't we'd all be happier in a year I think in the in some respects hello let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on your wall you know you're right so a motional abuse does have you know physiological and biological attacks absolutely especially in young people so you know when when when it trailed is is is emotionally abuse when a child is going through emotional trauma that has definite effects on their child's brain the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing trauma nexus physical trouble so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain when especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse thanks Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike hi I got four tours of duty in combat and I was shut out of a helicopter about a hundred feet nose blowing through a bunker and meant mom back backwards in separate arm but I chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skillet mac the headquarters kind of like Pentagon news what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I wasn't in the field combat person I worked at maxi headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst okay unlike special services kind of thing I get it they call them but you had PTSD from that what I did so no no the deal is I came back and they said that I had four times when I was on knocked unconscious and had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighty that they said I only had twelve years in but I have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had at that time I had had a stroke in the call the apoplectic Caesar didn't affect left to right but it in fact of my brain stem and I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke at a could not remember anything hardly note mix everything all up but the the thing I wanted to talk about it was about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day about a hundred degrees like back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management non somebody hold in in a long line of traffic before the gas station and pulled in front of me and just cutting all between and got out of his car and he had a little white thing on his back and it was kind of like the size of the cigarettes and I was wait not I looked at it and I thought it was C. for narcos gonna blow all these fuel pumps up so I went over yelling at him and he ended up inviting me and I don't remember what happened to me all I did was reach my left hand out and he ended up down on the ground with the was a cracked skull broken back in his right hand broken in three places and well I ended up in front of judge it was seven dollars and the thing of it is all I know is they said in the state of Delaware there's no such thing as PTSD defense so I ended up built in I just said Hey nolo contendere but did you end up having to serve time did you serve time no as a matter of fact the the policeman who who had got there first was a marine and he says took a very similar come to attention I just stood at the front of his car and what everybody else that they're there said how come you don't have that guy locked up in your car uses opponents stand there he hasn't moved in the last hour and a half okay and he ended up writing me up for offensive products and they were gonna they were going to re write it when I was going to trial and the judge says they didn't get a chance to rewrite it so I'm going to try you for offensive but I'm glad you didn't do serious time but boy that the the story you tell is really a parallel story to the book the brain defense Kevin.

Kevin
"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

15:55 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Yeah I got one last bumper coming up at the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the vertebrae that's or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes appropriately and thank you good playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is the our music magazine when Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the new book it well it's more route most recent book and and so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen with in the human mind or body or spirit how to planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book the sort of the temple of the book the US state case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about your call has suggested right he said anybody who commits murder must be insane if if number remember correct right to some level right so Weinstein well killed this woman who she adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan hand in hand going out to dinner going to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary how does someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life who's raised children I know around nice guy such a horrific acts this this this notion that he was temporarily insane I'm makes sense right I mean right it makes more sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and then you just suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not so how responsible he held you know he didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we we talked earlier tonight about the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defenses succeed it's very very very rare that the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who we had shot president Reagan and so how how do you manage a successful defense is almost impossible to get Herbert Weinstein his lawyer put on what was called a temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had he had an arachnoid cyst growing on his the frontal lobe of his brain which his lawyer had argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper decision and good compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to it one point during the argument his wife was kind of baiting him but he did but he had a switch in the gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's when it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep expo floor in that so we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast Hey Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead I can't well I he wondered I've got in the back of the green they tell me I've had epilepsy all my life and the last four years my memory has been slipping away and the last two years I've been having more seizures and since I'm totally blind I had to depend on myself and my independence I was trying to hitchhike into Wisconsin here sure presentation on angel the cops beat me up for that broken Olson I want to be is in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder so seven years ago and still affecting my memory and Sir Walter depression at this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain or if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it incident either either eat your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight isn't it and a headache but Pam I I think you actually speak to something to that's in that Kevin writes about which is in one in one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was it they've gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue that this is sort of at the site that you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so and and that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed and some police departments are finally recognizing that Indian officers are being trained to understand and you know and people were having mental health problems and are not necessarily and criminals and threats so so you're right but yes but you know people who have fallen people who have been hit in the head in which prisoners prisoners who didn't you wouldn't you know it it altercation with guards right I mean you know getting hit in the head you know falling off your bike all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and them being damaged unknowingly you know we we may recover you know we you you may have played football as a kid or or soccer or you know who knows a lot of these things you know are invisible injuries is is I you know I mentioned earlier we recover were fine we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and until some sort of a you know actually took some sort of event reveals that I hate to think what she's going through and all the two on top of that being blind and of course epilepsy nothing if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it would be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I I hope she gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter yeah thank you yeah I was calling you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever but there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it said that it was definitely emotional abuse because physical brain damage they're studying children that were most used by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because yeah I mean you can't just fix the kid after that he's got a really a physical problem after that and also it's like how we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jail as well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that's the way they live is emotional they're being emotionally abused every day and like I I was talking to Michio kaku once on the old guard though shorter I said to him I said is our society the way we have jobs and now if you go to a work worker job isn't a insane societies of the world he was saying he was saying yeah I say because shouldn't object of society from the beginning of the each person being self sufficient substance subsystem and farmer Florence right right number one and so he was in the hands of the world's gonna come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not gone back to ocean I get it well yeah but we I think we don't we'd all be happier in a year I think in the in some respects well let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on your wall you know you're right so a motional abuse does have you know physiological and biological attacks absolutely especially in young people so you know winced when when it came is is is emotionally abuse when a child is going through emotional trauma that has definite effects on their child's brain the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing trauma not just physical trauma so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain wouldn't especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse thanks Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike hi I got four tours of duty in combat and I was not out of the helicopter at about a hundred feet Nussbaum so bonkers meant mom back backwards in separate arm but I chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skillet mac the headquarters kind of like Pentagon news what what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I wasn't in the field combat person I worked at Nike headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst okay unlike special services kind of thing no I get it they call them but you have PTSD from that what I did so no no the deal is I came back and they said that I had four times when I was on knocked unconscious and had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighty that they said I only had twelve years in but I have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had at that time I had had a stroke in the call the apoplectic Caesar didn't affect left to right but it has affected my brain stem and I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke at a could not remember anything hardly know it makes everything all up but the the thing I wanted to talk about it was about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day that a hundred degrees like back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management non somebody hold in in a long line of traffic before the gas station and pulled in front of me and just cutting all between and got out of his car and he had a little white thing on his back and it was kind of like the size of the cigarettes and it was late and I I looked at it and I thought it was sued for not those gonna blow all these fuel pumps up so I went over yelling at him and he ended up inviting me and I don't remember what happened to me that's all it did was reach my left hand out and he ended up down on the ground with the who was a cracked skull broken back in his right hand broken in three places and well I ended up in front of judge over seven hours and the thing of it is all I know is that said in the state of Delaware there's no such thing as PTSD defense so I ended up ability and I just said Hey nolo contendere but did you end up having to serve time did you serve time no as a matter of fact the the policeman who who had got there first was a marine and he said took a very similar come to attention I just stood out in front of his car and what everybody else that they're there said how come you don't have that guy locked up in your car uses a golden standard he hasn't moved in the last hour and a half okay and he ended up writing me up for offensive products and then we're gonna they were going to re write it when I was going to trial and the judge says they didn't get a chance to rewrite it so I'm going to try you for offensive but I'm glad you didn't do serious time but boy that the the story you tell is really a parallel story to the book the brain defense Kevin were you with us if you don't have a first love you know thank you for for for serving our country and you know the thing that comes to mind is is is that you know what I hear stories about people who are suffering from PTSD is that they're often trigger offense yeah it sounds to me as he described as you know eve you saw something you know on this man's back that's the trigger you know very you know traumatic memory an experience that you know cause you to behave in a way that you would not normally have you know a right so I you know I my question is it sounds like.

Kevin
"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

13:16 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Yeah I got one last bumper coming up at the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the vertebrae that's or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes appropriately and thank you have inserted playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is the our music magazine when Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the new book it well it's more route most recent book and and so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen with in the human mind or body or spirit how to planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book the sort of the temple of the book the US state case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about your car has suggested right he said anybody who commits murder but must be insane if if number remember correct right to some level right so Weinstein well hello this woman whom he adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan hand in hand going out to dinner going out to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary tell someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life who's raised children I know around nice guy it says her her rific acts this notion that he was temporarily insane makes sense right I mean right it makes more sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and the need to suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not right and so how responsible hold on you know he didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we we talked earlier tonight about the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defense is six feet it's very very very rare that the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who we had shot president Reagan and so how how do you manage the successful in state defense is almost impossible yeah Weinstein where put on what was called a temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had he entered arachnoid cyst growing on his the frontal lobe of his brain which his lawyer had argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper decision and good compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to it one point during the argument his wife was kind of baiting him but he did but he had a switch into gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's what it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep X. Bloor and that's we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast Hey Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead hi Pam well I he wondered I've got in the back of the brain they tell me I've had epilepsy all my life and the last four years my memory has been slipping away and the last two years I've been having more seizures and since I'm totally blind I had to depend on myself and my independence I was trying to hitchhike into Wisconsin here sure presentation on angels the cops beat me up for that broken Olson really want to be is in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder so that's seven years ago and still affecting my memory and sure water depression if this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain or if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it is to me either either you your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight isn't it and a headache but Pam I I think you actually speak to something to that's in that Kevin writes about which is in one in one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was it they've gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue and this is sort of an aside but you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so and that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed in some place apartments are finally recognizing that Indian officers are being trained to understand and you know people who are having mental health problems and are not necessarily and criminals and threats so even though you're right but yes but you know people who have fallen people who have been hit in the head in which prisoners prisoners who didn't gotten you know debt altercation with guards right I mean you know getting hit in the head you know flying off your bike all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and them being damaged unknowingly you know we we may recover you know we you you may have played football as a kid or or soccer or you know who knows a lot of these things you know are invisible injuries is is I mentioned earlier we recover refined we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and and told some sort of a you know tragedy yeah took some sort of event reveals that well I hate to think what she's going through and all the two on top of that being blind and of course epilepsy another if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it'd be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I I hope she gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter yes thank you yeah I was calling you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever but there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it said that it was definitely emotional abuse because physical brain damage they're studying children that were emotionally abused by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because yeah I mean you can't just fix the kid out there that you've got a really a physical problem after that and also it's like how we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jail as well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that the way they live is emotional they're being emotionally abused every day and like I I was talking to Michio kaku once on the old art though shorter I said to him I said is our society the way we have jobs and they have to go to a work worker job isn't that insane society the world he was saying he was saying yeah I say because shouldn't our objective society from the beginning and the each person being self sufficient substance subsystem and farmer Florence right right number one and so he was saying the arrogance of the world's gonna come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not going back to Washington I get that well yeah but we I think we don't we'd all be happier in a year I think in the in some respects hello let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on your wall you know you're right so a motional abuse does have you know physiological and biological attacks absolutely can especially our young people so you know when when when I traveled is is is emotionally abuse when a child is going through emotional trauma this is definite the facts on their child's brain the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing trauma not just physical trauma so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain when especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike hi I got four tours of duty in combat and I was shut out of a helicopter at about a hundred feet nose blowing through a bunker and meant mom back backwards in separate harm but I chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skillet mac the headquarters kind of like Pentagon needs what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I wasn't in the field combat person I worked at Nike headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst okay unlike special services kind of thing no I get it the cool stuff but you have PTSD from that what I did so no no the deal is I came back and they said that I had for condoms when I was on knocked unconscious and had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighty that they said I only had twelve years in but I have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had at that time I had had a stroke in the call the apoplectic seizure it didn't affect left to right but it in fact that my brain stem and I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke at a could not remember anything hardly I would mix everything all up but the the thing I wanted to talk about it was about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day that a hundred degrees like back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management non somebody hold in in a long line of traffic before the gas station and pulled in front.

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

15:55 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Yeah I got one last bumper coming up to the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the vertebrae that's or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes appropriately and thank you enjoyed playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is a our music magazine with Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the the new book it well it's more route most recent book and then so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen within the human mind or body or spirit to how the planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book the sort of the temple of the book the state case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about your call has suggested might be that anybody who commits murder must must be insane if it's summer remember correct right to some level right so Weinstein hello is killed this woman who she adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan hand in hand going out to dinner going out to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary tell someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life please raise children I'm right now all around nice guy it will restrict access this this this notion that he was temporarily insane makes sense right I mean right makes more sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and then you just suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not and so how responsible held you know she didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we we talked earlier tonight about it the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defenses succeed it's very very very rare that the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who we have got president Reagan so how do you manage the successful in state defense is almost impossible yeah Weinstein lawyer put on what was called a temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had he entered arachnoid cyst growing on his face the frontal lobe of his brain with his lawyer argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper Asian and good compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to it one point during the argument his wife was kind of baiting him but he did but he had a switch in the gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's what it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep this Lauren that's we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast take Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead I can't well I he wondered I've got in the back of the brain they tell me I've had apple let's see all my life in the last four years my memory has been slipping away and the last two years I've been having more seizures since then so I'm totally blind I had to depend on myself and my independence I was trying to get into Wisconsin T. here sure presentation on angels the cops beat me up for that broken Olson really want to be is in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder so seven years ago and still affecting my memory and sure water depression this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it shouldn't be either either you your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight isn't it and a headache but Pam I I think you actually speak to something to this and that Kevin writes about which is in one it one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was a big gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue that this is sort of an aside but you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so and and that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed in some place apartments are finally recognizing that ended officers are being trained to understand and you know people who are having mental health problems and are not necessarily and criminals and threats so so you're right but yes but you know people who have fallen people who have been hit in the head it with us prisoners who didn't gotten you know debt altercation with guards right I mean you know getting hit in the head falling off your bike there are all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and then being damaged unknowingly you know we we made for comfort you know we may have played politics the war or soccer or you don't who knows a lot of these things you know what her invisible injuries is inside them and mentioned earlier we recover refined we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and until some sort of a you know tragedy took some sort of event reveals that I hate to think what she's going through and all that too on top of that being blinded of course epilepsy but nothing if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it would be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I hope she gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter are you thank you we always call you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever but there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it said that it was definitely emotional abuse because physical brain damage very studying children that were emotionally abused by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because yeah I mean you can't just fix the kid after that he's got a really a physical problem after that and also is like we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jails well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that's the way they live is emotional and they're being emotionally abused every day and like I I was talking to Michio kaku once on the old guard though shorter I said to him I said is our society the way we have jobs and they have to go to a work worker job isn't that insane society of the world he was saying he was saying yeah I say because shouldn't object of society from the beginning of the each person be self sufficient in substance substance farmer Florence right right number one and so he was in the hands of the world's gonna come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not gone back to ocean I get that well yeah but we I think we don't we'd all be happier in a year I think in the in some respects won't get let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on you know you're right so a motional abuse does have a physiological and biological attacks absolutely can especially our young people so you know what when when when it trailed is is is a mostly appears with a cannabis going through emotional trauma that is definite the facts on their child's brain the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing common access physical trauma so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain when especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse thanks Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike I got four tours of duty in combat and I was out of a helicopter at about a hundred feet and I was blown into a bunker and meant mom back backwards in separate arm but I chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skillet mac the headquarters kind of like Pentagon news what what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I wasn't in the field combat person I worked at Nike headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst okay kind of like special services kind of thing I get it they call him but you have PTSD from that what I did so no no the deal is I came back and that said that I had four times when I was on knocked unconscious and had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighty did that said I only had twelve years in but I have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had at that time I had had a stroke in the call the apoplectic Caesar didn't affect left to right but it in fact that my brain stem and I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke that I could not remember anything hardly I would mix everything all up but the thing I wanted to talk about it was about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day about a hundred degrees like back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management on somebody Holden in a long line of traffic report of gas station and pulled in front of me and just cutting all between and got out of his car and he had a little white thing on is that and it was kind of like the size of the cigarette and it was white and I looked at it and I thought it was sued for not those going to blow all these fuel pumps up so I went over yelling at him and he ended up inviting me and I don't remember what and a meeting that's all I did was read to my left hand out and he ended up down on the ground with the who was a cracked skull broken back in his right hand broken in three places and well I ended up in front of judge it was seven dollars and the thing of it is all I know is that said in the state of Delaware there's no such thing as PTSD defense so I ended up ability and I just said Hey nolo contendere but did you end up having to serve time did you serve time no as a matter of fact the the policeman who who had got there first was a marine and he says that's a very similar come to attention I just stood at in front of his car and when everybody else got there they said how come you don't have that guy locked up in your car uses a golden standard he hasn't moved in the last hour and a half okay and he ended up writing me up for offensive touch and then we're gonna they were going to re write it when I was going to trial and the judge says they didn't get a chance to rewrite it so I'm going to try you for offensive but I'm glad you didn't do serious time but boy that the the story you tell is really a parallel story to the book the brain defense Kevin were you with us you know I haven't heard from you know thank you for serving our country and you know the thing that comes to mind is is is that you know what I hear stories about people who are suffering from PTSD is that they're often trigger offense yeah it sounds to me as he described as you know eve you saw something you know on this man's back that's the trigger you know very you know traumatic memory an experience that you know cause you to behave in a way that you would not normally have you know right so I you know I my question is it sounds like.

Kevin
"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

14:48 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Yeah it would last bumper coming up to the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the vertebrae that's or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes at the end thank you have a good playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is the art music magazine when Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the new book it well it's more route most recent book and then so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen with in the human mind or body or spirit how to planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book the sort of the temple of the book the first case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about your car has suggested right he said anybody who commits murder must be insane if it's summer remember correct right to some level right so Weinstein hello could he have killed this woman whom he adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan hand in hand going out to dinner going out to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary how does someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life who's raised children I know around nice guy it's such a horrific acts this this this notion that he was temporarily insane makes sense right I mean right it makes sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and then he just suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not and so how responsible hold on you know he didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we talked earlier tonight about the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defenses succeed it's very very very rare that the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who we have shot president Reagan and so how how do you manage the successful defenses some some possible Herbert Weinstein where put on what was called the temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had he entered arachnoid cyst growing on his the frontal lobe of his brain which his lawyer had argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper decision and compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to it one point during the argument his wife was kind of baiting him but he did but he had a switch in the gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's what it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep expo floor in that so we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast Hey Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead hi Pam well I he wondered I've got in the back of the green they tell me I've had epilepsy all my life and the last four years my memory has been slipping away the last two years I've been having more seizures since since I'm totally blind I had to depend on myself and my independence I was trying to hitchhike into Wisconsin here sure presentation on angel the cops beat me up for that broken bones and I want to be in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder so that's seven years ago and still affecting my memory and Sir one hundred depression at this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it is to me either either you your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight is on it and a headache but Pam I think you actually speak to something to that's in that Kevin writes about which is in one it one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was it they've gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue that this is sort of an aside but you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so and and that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed in some place apartments are finally recognizing that Indian officers are being trained to understand and you know people who are having mental health problems and are not necessarily and criminals and threats so so you're right but yes but you know people who have fallen people who have been hit in the head S. prisoners who didn't you didn't you know didn't altercation with guards right I mean you know getting hit in the head you know flown into bike for all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and them being damaged unknowingly you know we we make recovery that we even have played football as a kid or or soccer or you don't who knows a lot of these things you know are invisible injuries it's it's like you know mentioned earlier we recover refined we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and until some sort of a you know tragedy took some sort of event reveals that well I hate to think what she's going through and all the two on top of that being blind and of course epilepsy I don't know if it if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it'd be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I hope he gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter well yes thank you yeah I was calling you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever there there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it sure does it was definitely emotional abuse caused physical brain damage very studying children that were most years by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because yeah I mean you can't just fix the kid after that he's got a really a physical problem after that and also it's like how we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jail as well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that's the way they live is emotional they're very will mostly be used every day like us I was talking to Michio kaku once learned the old art though shorter I said to him I said is our society the way we have jobs and now if you go to a work work a job isn't that insane surprise the world he was saying he was saying you are sick because shouldn't object of society from the beginning or via each person being self sufficient felt subsistence farmer Florence right right number one and so he was saying the arrogance of the world's gonna come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not going back to Washington I get it well yeah but we I think we don't we'd all be happier in a year I think in the in some respects well let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on you know you're right so motional abuse does have a physiological and biological attacks absolutely especially in young people so you know when it's when when a case is is is emotionally abuse when a child is going through emotional trauma that has definite effects on their child's brain the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing trauma not just physical trauma so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain when especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse thanks Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike hi I got four tours of duty in combat and I was out of the helicopter at about a hundred feet nose blowing so bonkers they're meant mum back backwards in separate arm but I chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skill at mac the headquarters kind of like Pentagon news what what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I wasn't in the field combat person I worked at Nike headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst the unlike special services kind of thing I get it the calls but you had PTSD from that what I did so the deal is I came back and they said that I had four times when I was on knocked unconscious and had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighty did this and I only had twelve years in but I'd have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had at that time I had had a stroke of the call the apoplectic Caesar didn't affect left to right but it is affected my brain stem I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke at a could not remember anything hardly know it makes everything all up but the the thing I wanted to talk about those about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day about a hundred degrees like back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management known somebody hold in in a long line of traffic before the gas station and pulled in front of me it just cut in all between and got out of his car and he had a little white thing on his back and it was kind of like the size of the cigarettes and it was white and I've looked at it and I thought it was sued for not those going to blow all these fuel pumps up so I went over yelling at him and he ended up biting me and I don't remember what happened to me all I did was reach my left hand out and he ended up down on the ground with the was a cracked skull broken back in his right hand broken in three places and well I ended up in front of judge it was ours and the thing of it is all I know is that said in the state of Delaware there's no such thing as PTSD defense so I ended up Bill Clinton I just said Hey nolo contendere but having to serve time did you serve time no as a matter of fact the the policeman who who had got there first was a marine and he said took a very similar come to attention I just stood in front of his car and what everybody else that they're there said how come you don't have that guy locked up in your car uses opponents stand there he hasn't moved in the last hour and a half okay and he ended up writing me up for offensive products and then we're gonna they were going to.

Kevin
"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

14:54 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on KTRH

"Bottom of the hour on Houston's newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. yeah I got one last bumper coming up at the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the vertebrae that's or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes the end thank you haven't heard playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is the our music magazine with Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the new book it well it's more route most recent book and and so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen with in the human mind or body or spirit how to planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book that's sort of the temple of the book the first case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about your call has suggested right he said anybody who commits murder must be insane if if number remember correct right to some level right so Weinstein could he have killed this woman who he adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan hand in hand going out to dinner going out to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary how does someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life who's raised children I know around nice guy such horrific acts this this this notion that he was temporarily insane makes sense right I mean right it makes more sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and then you just suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not and so how responsible he held you know she didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we we talked earlier today about the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defense is six feet it's very very very rare that the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who we had shot president Reagan and so how how do you manage the successful in state defense is almost impossible yeah Weinstein his lawyer prepared what was called a temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had a an arachnoid cyst growing on his face the frontal lobe of his brain which his lawyer had argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper decision and compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to it one point during the argument his wife was kind of baiting him but he did but he had a switch into gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's what it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep this Lauren that's we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast Hey Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead hi Pam well I he wondered I've got in the back of the green they tell me I've had epilepsy all my life and the last four years my memory has been slipping away and the last two years I've been having more seizures and since I'm totally blind I had to depend on myself and my own independence I was trying to hitchhike into Wisconsin here sure presentation on angel the cops beat me up for that broken Olson I want to be is in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder so that's seven years ago and still affecting my memory answer one hundred depression at this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain or if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it is to me either either you your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight isn't it and a headache but Pam I I think you actually speak to something to that's in that Kevin writes about witches it won it in one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was it they've gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue that this is sort of an aside but you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with or understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so and and that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed in some place apartments are finally recognizing that Indian officers are being trained to understand and you know people who are having mental health problems and are not necessarily a criminals and and threats so so you're right but yes but you know people who have fallen people who have been hit in the head if we talk about prisoners prisoners who didn't gotten you know debt altercation with guards right I mean you know getting hit in the head of falling off your bike all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and them being damaged unknowingly you know we we make recovery you know we you you may have played football as a kid or or soccer or you know who knows a lot of these things you know are invisible injuries is is I you know I mentioned earlier we recover refined we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and and told some sort of a you know tragedy has yet to look at some sort of event reveals that I hate to think what she's going through and all that too on top of that being blind and of course epilepsy another if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it would be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I I hope she gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter are you thank you yeah I was calling you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever but there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it said that it was definitely emotional abuse because physical brain damage very studying children that were most years by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because yeah I mean you can't just fix the kid after that he's got a really a physical problem after that and also it's like how we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jail as well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that's the way they live is emotional they're being emotionally abused every day and like I I was talking to Michio kaku once on the old art bell shorter I said to him I said is our society the way we have jobs and they have to go to a work worker job isn't that insane societies of the world he was saying he was saying yeah I say because shouldn't our objective society from the beginning of the each person being self sufficient substance subsystem and farmer Florence right right number one and so he was in the hands of the world's gonna come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not gone back to horses I get it well yeah but we I think we don't we don't be happier in a year I think in the in some respects well let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on your wall you know you're right so a motional abuse does have you know physiological and biological attacks absolutely can especially our young people so you know when it's when when it is is is a mostly abuse when a child is going through emotional trauma that has definite effects on their child's brain the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing trauma not just physical trauma so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain wouldn't especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse thanks Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike hi I got four tours of duty in combat and I was shot out of a helicopter at about a hundred feet nose blowing through a bonkers meant mom back backwards in separate arm but I chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skillet mac the headquarters kind of like Pentagon these what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I wasn't in the field combat person I worked at Nike headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst okay unlike special services kind of thing so I get it they call them but you had PTSD from that what I did so no no the deal is I came back and they said that I had four times when I was on knocked unconscious and had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighty that they said I only had twelve years in but I have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had at that time I had had a stroke of the call the apoplectic Caesar didn't affect left to right but it is affected my brain stem and I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke at a could not remember anything hardly know it makes everything all up but the the thing I wanted to talk about it was about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day that a hundred degrees like back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management non somebody hold in in a long line of traffic before the gas station and pulled in front of me it's just cutting all between and got out of his car and he had a little white thing on is that and it was kind of like the size of the cigarettes and I was wait not I looked at it and I thought it was sued for not those gonna blow all these fuel pumps up so I went over yelling at him and he ended up inviting me and I don't remember what happened to me that's all it did was reach my left hand out and ended up down on the ground with the was a cracked skull broken back in his right hand broken in three places and well I ended up in front of judge it was ours and the thing of it is all I know is they said in the state of Delaware there's no such thing as PTSD defense so I ended up guilty and I just said Hey nolo contendere but did you end up having to serve time did you serve time no as a matter of fact the the policeman who who had got there first was a marine and he said took a very similar come to attention I just stood at the front of his car and what everybody else that they're there said how come you don't have that guy locked up in your car uses opponents stand there he hasn't moved in the last hour and a half okay and he ended up writing me up for offensive product and they were going on they were going to.

Houston K. T. R. H.
"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

15:07 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Yeah it would last bumper coming up at the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the vertebrae that's or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes appropriately and thank you have inserted playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is the our music magazine when Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the new book it well it's more route most recent book and and so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen with in the human mind or body or spirit how to planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book the sort of the temple of the book the state case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about your call has suggested right he said anybody who commits murder must be insane if if number remember correct right to some level right so Weinstein well have killed this woman who he adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan hand in hand going out to dinner going to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary how does someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life who's raised children I know around nice guy her research access this this this notion that he was temporarily insane makes sense right I mean right more sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and then you just suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not and so hello responsible hold on you know she didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we we talked earlier tonight about it the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defense is six feet it's very very very rare that the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who quickstart president Reagan and so how do you manage the successful in state defense is almost impossible yeah Weinstein his lawyer prepared what was called a temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had he entered arachnoid cyst growing on his face the frontal lobe of his brain which his lawyer had argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper decision and good compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to at one point during the argument his wife was kind of beating him but he did but he had a switch in the gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's what it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep exploring that's we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast Hey Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead I can't well I he wondered I've got in the back of the green they tell me I've had epilepsy all my life and the last four years my memory has been slipping away and the last two years I've been having more seizures and since I'm totally blind I had to depend on myself and my own independence I was trying to hitchhike into Wisconsin here sure presentation on angels the cops beat me up for that broken Olson really want to be is in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder so that's seven years ago and still affecting my memory and Sir one hundred depression at this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it is to me either either you your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight isn't it and a headache but Pam I I think you actually speak to something to that's in that Kevin writes about which is in one in one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was it they've gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue that this is sort of an aside but you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so and and that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed and simply suburbans are finally recognizing that ended officers are being trained to understand and you know people who are having mental health problems and are not necessarily and criminals and and threats so so you're right but yes but you know people have fallen people who have been hit in the head in which prisoners prisoners who didn't yeah we've gotten you know debt altercation with guards right I mean you know getting hit in the head you know flying off your bike all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and them being damaged unknowingly you know we we make recovery you know we may have played football as a kid or or soccer or you don't who knows a lot of these things you know are invisible injuries is inside you know mentioned earlier we recover refined we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and and told some sort of a you know tragedy took some sort of event reveals that I hate to think what she's going through and all the two on top of that being blind and of course epilepsy nothing if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it'd be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I hope she gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter yes thank you yeah I was calling you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever but there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it said that it was definitely emotional abuse because physical brain damage they're studying children that were most used by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because yeah I mean you can't just fix the kid out there that he's got a really a physical problem after that and also it's like how we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jail as well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that's the way they live is emotional and they're being emotionally abused every day and like I was talking to Michio kaku once on the old guard though shorter I said to him I said is our society the way we have jobs and they have to go to a work worker job isn't a insane society the world he was saying he was saying yeah I say because shouldn't object of society from the beginning and the each person being self sufficient substance subsystem and former foreign strive right number one and so he was saying the arrogance of the world's gonna come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not going back to or should I get it well yeah but we I think we don't we don't be happier in a year I think in the in some respects hello let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on you know you're right so motional abuse does have you know physiological and biological attacks absolutely can especially our young people so you know when when when the camera is is is emotionally abuse when a child is going through emotional trauma this is definite effects on their child's brain the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing trauma not just physical trouble so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain when especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse thanks Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike hi I got four tours of duty in combat and I was out of a helicopter at about a hundred feet nose blowing through a bunker and meant mom back backwards in separate arm but I chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skillet mac the headquarters kind of like Pentagon is what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I wasn't in the field combat person I worked at Nike headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst on like special services kind of thing I get it the cool stuff but you have PTSD from that what I did so the deal is I came back and they said that I had four times when I was on knocked unconscious and had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighty that they said I only had twelve years in but I'd have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had at that time I had had a stroke in the call the apoplectic Caesar didn't affect left to right but it in fact that my brain stem and I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke at a could not remember anything hardly know it makes everything all up but the the thing I wanted to talk about those about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day about a hundred degrees like back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management on somebody hold in in a long line of traffic before the gas station and pulled in front of me and just cutting all between and got out of his car and he had a little white thing on his back and it was kind of like the size of a cigarette and it was white and I looked at it and I thought it was sued for not those gonna blow all these fuel pumps up so I went over yelling at him and he ended up biting me and I don't remember what in a meeting all it did was reach my left hand out and ended up down on the ground with the was a cracked skull broken back in his right hand broken in three places and I ended up in front of judge it was seven dollars and the thing of it is all I know is they said in the state of Delaware there's no such thing as PTSD defense so I ended up guilty and I just said Hey nolo contendere but did you end up having to serve time did you serve time no as a matter of fact the the policeman who who had got there first was a marine and he said took a very similar come to attention I just stood at the front of his car and when everybody else got there they said how come you don't have that guy locked up in your car uses opponents stand there he hasn't moved in the last hour and a half okay and he ended up writing me up for offensive products and they were going to they were going to re write it when I was going to trial and the judge says they didn't get a chance to rewrite it so I'm going to try you for offensive but I'm glad you didn't do serious time but boy that the the story you tell is really a parallel story to the book the brain defense Kevin.

Kevin
"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

14:48 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Yeah I got one last bumper coming up to the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the vertebrae that's or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes appropriately and thank you enjoyed playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is a our music magazine with Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the new book it well it's more route most recent book and and so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen within the human mind or body or spirit how to planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book that's sort of the temple of the book the state case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about your call has suggested right he said anybody who commits murder must be insane if it's summer remember correct right to some level right so Weinstein hello could he have killed this woman who she adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan and hand in hand going out to dinner going out to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary how does someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life who's raised children I know around nice guy it's such a horrific act this this this notion that he was temporarily insane makes sense right I mean right makes more sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and then he just suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not right and so regally how responsible he held you know he didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we we talked earlier tonight about it the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defenses succeed it's very very very rare that the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who we have shot president Reagan and so how how do you manage the successful in state defense is almost impossible to get Herbert Weinstein his lawyer put on what was called a temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had he entered arachnoid cyst growing on his the frontal lobe of his brain which his lawyer had argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper decision and compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to it one point during the argument his wife was kind of baiting him but he did but he had a switch into gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's what it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep this Lauren that's we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast Hey Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead hi Pam well I he wondered I've got in the back of the green they tell me I've had apple let's see all my life and the last four years my memory has been slipping away and the last two years I've been having more seizures and since I'm totally blind I had to depend on myself and my independence I was trying to hitchhike into Wisconsin here lecture presentation on angel the cops beat me up for that broken Olson really want to be is in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder so that's seven years ago and still affecting my memory and sure water depression at this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain or if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it is to me either either you your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight isn't it and a headache mmhm but Pam I I think you actually speak to something to this and that Kevin writes about which is in one in one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was okay they've gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue that this is sort of an aside but you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with or understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so and and that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed and simply suburbans are profoundly recognizing that Indian officers are being trained to understand and you know people who are having mental health problems and are not necessarily any criminals and and threats so so you're right but yes but you know people who have fallen people who have been hit in the head in which prisoners prisoners who didn't gotten you know debt altercation with guards right I mean you know getting hit in the head you know falling off your bike all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and them being damaged unknowingly you know we we may recover you know we you you may have played football as a kid or or soccer or you know who knows a lot of these things you know are invisible injuries is is I you know I mentioned earlier we recover refined we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and and told some sort of a you know tragedy has yet to look at some sort of event reveals that well I hate to think what she's going through and all that too on top of that being blind and of course epilepsy nothing if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it would be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I I hope she gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter are you thank you yeah I was calling you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever but there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it said that it was definitely emotional abuse because physical brain damage very studying children that were emotionally abused by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because yeah I mean you can't just fix the kid after that you've got a really a physical problem after that and also it's like we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jail as well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that's the way they live is emotional they're being emotionally abused every day and like I I was talking to Michio kaku once on the old art though shorter I said to him I said is our society the way we have jobs and now if you go to a work worker job isn't that insane society of the world he was saying he was saying yeah I say because shouldn't object of society from the beginning and the each person be self sufficient in substance subsystem and farmer Florence right right number one and so he was in the hands of the world's gonna come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not gone back to ocean I get it well yeah but we don't we don't we don't be happier in a year I think in the in some respects well let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on yeah well you know you're right so a motional abuse does have you know physiological and biological attacks absolutely especially in young people so you know when when when it is is is emotionally abuse when a child is going through emotional trauma this is definite the facts on their child's brain the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing common access physical trauma so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain when especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike hi I got four tours of duty in combat and I was cut out of a helicopter at about a hundred feet nose blowing through a bunker and meant mom back backwards in separate arm but I chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skillet mac we headquarters kind of like Pentagon these what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I wasn't in the field combat person I worked at Nike headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst okay unlike special services kind of thing no I get it they call him but you have PTSD from that what I did so no no the deal is I came back and they said that I had four times when I was on knocked unconscious and had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighty that they said I only had twelve years in but I have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had at that time I had had a stroke in the call the apoplectic Caesar didn't affect left to right but it has affected my brain stem and I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke at a could not remember anything hardly know it makes everything all up but the the thing I wanted to talk about it was about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day about a hundred degrees like back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management on somebody hold in in a long line of traffic before the gas station and pulled in front of me and just cutting all between and got out of his car and he had a little white thing on his back and it was kind of like the size of the cigarette in those ways not I looked at it and I thought it was C. four nights I was going to blow all these fuel pumps up so I went over yelling at him and he ended up biting me and I don't remember what happened to me all I did was with my left hand out and he ended up down on the ground with the who was a cracked skull broken back in his right hand broken in three places and well I ended up in front of judge it was seven dollars and the thing of it is all I know is that said in the state of Delaware there's no such thing as PTSD defense so I ended up guilty and I just said Hey nolo contendere but did you end up having to serve time did you serve time no as a matter of fact the the policeman who who had got there first was a marine and he said took a very similar come to attention I just stood at the front of his car and when everybody else got there they said how come you don't have that guy locked up in your car uses opponents stand there he hasn't moved in the last hour and a half well is it so well okay and he ended up writing me up for offensive products and they were gonna they were going to.

Kevin
"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

13:26 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on KTOK

"Fox news in depth team news coverage you can depend on yeah I got one last bumper coming up at the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the vertebrae that's or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes appropriately and thank you good playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is a our music magazine with Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the new book it well it's more route most recent book and and so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen with in the human mind or body or spirit how to planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book the sort of the temple of the book the US state case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about your car has suggested right he said anybody who commits murder must be insane if if number remember correct right to some level right so Weinstein hello could he have killed this woman who she adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan hand in hand going out to dinner going out to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary how does someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life who's raised children I know around nice guy it's such a horrific act this this this notion that he was temporarily insane makes sense right I mean right makes more sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and then you just suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not eight and so only only how responsible hold on you know he didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we we talked earlier tonight about the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defenses succeed it's very very very rare that the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who who had shot president Reagan and so how how do you manage a successful defense is almost impossible to get but Weinstein his lawyer put on what was called a temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had he entered arachnoid cyst growing on his the frontal lobe of his brain which his lawyer had argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper decision and good compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to it one point during the argument his wife was kind of baiting him but he did but he had a switch into gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's what it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep expo floor in that so we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast Hey Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead hi Pam well I he wondered I've got in the back of the green they tell me I've had epilepsy all my life and the last four years my memory has been slipping away and the last two years I've been having more seizures and since I'm totally blind I had to depend on myself and my own independence I was trying to hitchhike into Wisconsin here sure presentation on angel the cops beat me up for that broken Olson I want to be is in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder that's seven years ago and still affecting my memory and sure water depression at this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain or if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it is to me either either you your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight is on it and a headache but Pam I I think you actually speak to something to that's in that Kevin writes about which is it won it in one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was it they've gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue that this is sort of an aside but you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so and and that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed and some police departments are finally recognizing that Indian officers are being trained to understand and you know people who are having mental health problems and are not necessarily and criminals and and threats so so you're right but yes but you know people who have fallen people who have been hit in the head in which prisoners prisoners who didn't gotten you know debt altercation with guards right I mean you know getting hit in the head you know flown a few bike or all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and them being damaged unknowingly you know we we may recover you know we you you may have played football as a kid or or soccer or you know who knows a lot of these things you know are invisible injuries is is I mentioned earlier we recover refined we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and until some sort of a you know tragedy took some sort of event reveals that I hate to think what she's going through and all the two on top of that being blind and of course epilepsy nothing if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it would be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I I hope she gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter R. yes thank you yeah I was calling you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever but there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it said that it was definitely emotional abuse caused physical brain damage they're studying children that were most years by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because yeah I mean you can't just fix the kid after that he's got a really a physical problem after that and also it's like how we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jail as well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that's the way they live is emotional they're being emotionally abused every day and like I I was talking to Michio kaku once on the old art though shorter I said to him I said is our society the way we have jobs and they have to go to a work worker job isn't that insane society throughout the world he was saying he was saying yeah I say because shouldn't our objective society from the beginning and the each person being self sufficient substance subsystem and farmer Florence right right number one and so he was in the hands of the world's gonna come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not gone back to horses I get it well yeah but we I think we don't we'd all be happier in a year I think in the in some respects hello let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on your wall you know you're right so motional abuse does have a physiological and biological attacks absolutely especially in young people so you know when when when a child is is is emotionally abuse when a child is going through emotional trauma that has definite effects on their child's brain the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing trauma not just physical trauma so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain when especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse thanks Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike hi I got four tours of duty in combat and I was shut out of a helicopter at about a hundred feet nose blowing through a bunker and meant mom back backwards in separate arm but I chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skillet mac the headquarters kind of like Pentagon news what what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I wasn't in the field combat person I worked at Nike headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst okay unlike special services kind of thing so I get it they call them but you have PTSD from that what I did so no no the deal is I came back and they said that I had four times when I was on knocked unconscious and had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighty that they said I only had twelve years in but I'd have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had at that time I had had a stroke in the call the apoplectic Caesar didn't affect left to right but it has affected my brain stem and I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke at a could not remember anything hardly know what mix everything all up but the the thing I wanted to talk about it was about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day about a hundred degrees like back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management non somebody hold in in a long line of traffic before the gas station and pulled in front.

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"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

14:48 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Yeah it got one last bumper coming up at the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the vertebrae that's or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes appropriately and thank you good playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is the our music magazine with Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the new book it well it's more route most recent book and and so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen with in the human mind or body or spirit how to planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book the sort of the temple of the book the US state case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about your your home has suggested right that anybody who commits murder but must be insane if it's summer remember correct right to some level right so Weinstein well is killed this woman who he adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan hand in hand going out to dinner going out to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary how does someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life who's raised children I know around nice guy her her restricted access this this this notion that he was temporarily insane I'm makes sense right I mean right makes more sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and the need to suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not right and so medically how responsible hold on you know he didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we we talked earlier tonight about it the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defense is six feet it's very very very rare that the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who we had shot president Reagan and so how how do you manage the successful in state defense is almost impossible yeah Weinstein where put on what was called a temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had he entered arachnoid cyst growing on his the frontal lobe of his brain which his lawyer had argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper decision and good compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to it one point during the argument his wife was kind of baiting him but he but he had a switch in the gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's what it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep this Lauren that's we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast Hey Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead I can't well I wondered I've got in the back of the green they tell me I've had epilepsy all my life in the last four years my memory has been slipping away the last two years I've been having more seizures and since I'm totally blind I had to depend on my cell and my independence I was trying to hitchhike into Wisconsin here are lecture presentation on angel the cops beat me up for that broken Olson really want to be is in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder that's seven years ago and still affecting my memory and sure water depression at this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it should be either either you your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight isn't it and a headache but Pam I I think you actually speak to something to that's in that Kevin writes about which is in one in one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was it they've gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue that this is sort of an aside but you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with or understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed and some police departments are finally recognizing that ended officers are being trained to understand and you know people who are having mental health problems and are not necessarily and criminals and threats so so you're right but yes but you know people who have fallen people who have been hit in the head it with prisoners prisoners who didn't gotten you know debt altercation with guards right I mean you know getting hit in the head you know falling off your bike all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and them being damaged unknowingly you know we we made for comfort you know we you you may have played football as a kid or or soccer or you know who knows a lot of these things you know are invisible injuries it's it's like you know I mentioned earlier we recover refined we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and and told some sort of a you know tragedy took some sort of event reveals that well I hate to think what she's going through and all that too on top of that being blind and of course epilepsy enough that if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it would be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I I hope she gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter are you thank you yeah I would call you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever but there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it said that it was definitely emotional abuse because physical brain damage there's studying children that were most years by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because yeah I mean you can't just fix the kid after that you've got a really a physical problem after that and also it's like how we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jails well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that the way they live is emotional we will mostly be used every day like us I was talking to Michio kaku woodland old art though shorter I said to him I said it's in our society the way we have jobs and they have to go to a work worker job isn't that insane society of the world he was saying he was saying yeah I say because shouldn't object of society from the beginning and the each person be self sufficient in substance subsystem and farmer Florence right right number one and so he was in the hands of the world's gonna come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not gone back to ocean I get it well yeah but we I think we don't we'd all be happier in a year I think in the in some respects well let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on your wall you know you're right so motional abuse does have a physiological and biological attacks absolutely especially our young people so you know when when when the camera is is is emotionally abuse when a child is going through emotional trauma this is definite the facts on the child's brain the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing common access physical problems so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain wouldn't especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike hi I got four tours of duty in combat and I was sent out of a helicopter about a hundred feet nose blowing through a bunker and maximum back backwards in separate arm but chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skillet mac the headquarters kind of like Pentagon is what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I wasn't in the field combat person I worked at mac the headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst okay unlike special services kind of thing no I get it they call him but you have PTSD from that what I did so no no the deal is I came back and they said that I had four times when I was on knocked unconscious and I had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighties that they said I only had twelve years in but I have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had the at that time I had had a stroke in the call the apoplectic Caesar didn't affect left to right but it has affected my brain stem and I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke at a could not remember anything hardly know it makes everything all up but the the thing I wanted to talk about it was about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day about a hundred degrees like back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management non somebody hold in in a long line of I thank you for the gas station and pulled in front of me it's just cutting all between we got out of his car and he had a little white thing on his back and it was kind of like the size of the cigarette and it was late night I looked at it and I thought it was sued for not those gonna blow all these fuel pumps up so I went over yelling at him and he ended up inviting me and I don't remember what happened to me that's all it did was with my left hand out and he ended up down on the ground with the what a cracked skull broken back in his right hand broken in three places and well I ended up in front of judge it was seven or and the thing of it is all I know is that said in the state of Delaware there's no such thing as PTSD defense so I ended up Bill Clinton I just said Hey nolo contendere but did you end up having to serve time did you serve time no as a matter of fact the the policeman who who had got there first was a marine and he said the brace you know look come to attention I just stood at the front of his car and when everybody else got there they said how come you don't have that guy locked up in your car uses a golden standard he hasn't moved in the last hour and a half okay and he ended up writing me up for offensive product and then we're gonna they were going to.

Kevin
"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

13:10 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Yeah I got one last bumper coming up at the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the vertebrae that's or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes appropriately and thank you good playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is the our music magazine with Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the new book it well it's more route most recent book and and so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen with in the human mind or body or spirit how to planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book the sort of the temple of the book the US state case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about your call has suggested right he said anybody who commits murder must must be insane if if number remember correct right to some level right so Weinstein could he have killed this woman who he adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan hand in hand going out to dinner going out to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary how does someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life who's raised children I know around nice guy it's such a horrific acts this this this notion that he was temporarily insane makes sense right I mean right makes more sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and then you just suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not and so how responsible hold on you know he didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we talked earlier tonight about the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defenses succeed it's very very very rare the the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who we have shot president Reagan and so how how do you manage a successful defense is almost impossible yeah Weinstein lawyer put out what was called the temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had he entered arachnoid cyst growing on his face the frontal lobe of his brain which his lawyer had argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper decision and compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to it one point during the argument his wife was kind of baiting him but he did but he had a switch into gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's what it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep expo floor in that so we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast Hey Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead I can't well I wondered I've got in the back of the green they tell me I've had epilepsy all my life and the last four years my memory has been slipping away and the last two years I've been having more seizures and since I'm totally blind I had to depend on myself and my own independence I was trying to hitchhike into Wisconsin here sure presentation on angels the cops beat me up for that broken Olson I want to be is in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder so that's seven years ago and still affecting my memory and Sir water depression at this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain or if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it is to me either either you your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight is on it and a headache but Pam I I think you actually speak to something to that's in that Kevin writes about which is in one in one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was it they've gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue that this is sort of an aside but you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so and and that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed in some place apartments are finally recognizing that ended officers are being trained to understand and you know people who are having mental health problems and are not necessarily a criminals and threats so is this the right but yes but you know people who have fallen people who have been hit in the head in which prisoners prisoners who didn't you wouldn't you know it it altercation with guards right I mean you know getting hit in the head you know falling off your bike all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and them being damaged unknowingly you know we we made recovery you know we may have played football as a kid or or soccer or you know who knows a lot of these things you know are invisible injuries is is like you know that mentioned earlier we recover refined we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and until some sort of a you know right yeah took some sort of event reveals that I hate to think what she's going through and all the two on top of that being blind and of course epilepsy nothing if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it would be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I I hope she gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter well yes thank you yeah I was calling you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever but there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it said that it was definitely emotional abuse because physical brain damage very studying children that were most years by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because yeah I mean you can't just fix the kid out there that you've got a really a physical problem after that and also it's like how we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jail as well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that's the way they live is emotional they're being emotionally abused every day and like I I was talking to Michio kaku once on the old art bell shorter I said to him I said is our society the way we have jobs and now if you go to a work worker job isn't that insane society the world he was saying he was saying yeah I say because shouldn't object of society from the beginning and the each person being self sufficient substance subsystem and farmer Florence right right number one and so he was in the hands of the world's gonna come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not gone back to horses I get it well yeah but we I think we don't we'd all be happier in a year I think in the in some respects well let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on you know you're right so motional abuse does have you know physiological and biological attacks absolutely especially in young people so you know winced when when a case is is is emotionally abuse when a child is going through emotional trauma that has definite effects on their child's brain the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing trauma not just physical trauma so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain wouldn't especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse thanks Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike hi I got four tours of duty in combat and I was not out of the helicopter about a hundred feet nose blowing through a bonkers bank mom back backwards in separate arm but I chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skill at mac the headquarters kind of like Pentagon news what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I wasn't in the field combat person I worked at Nike headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst the unlike special services kind of thing so I get it the calls but you had PTSD from that what I did so no no the deal is I came back and they said that I had four times when I was on knocked unconscious and had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighty that they said I only had twelve years in but I have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had at that time I had had a stroke in the call the apoplectic Caesar didn't affect left or right but it isn't affected my brain stem and I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish is English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke at a could not remember anything hardly know it makes everything all up but the the thing I wanted to talk about it was about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day that a hundred degrees like back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management non.

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

13:16 min | 2 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Yeah I got one last bumper coming up at the bottom of the hour Smith I don't know whether to play the vertebrae that's or big twist in the mellow fellows I've quite enjoyed your musical interludes appropriately and thank you good playing them for you I believe I reviewed the big twist in the mellow fellows album for spectrum which is the our music magazine with Kevin and I were in college together the brain defense is the the name of the the new book it well it's more route most recent book and and so we were just talking about the idea of murder and with the impulse to not murder and and what has to happen with in the human mind or body or spirit how to planets have to line up in order for somebody to act on that impulse in the you were just starting to mention of the case that is the big the kind of the the may pole of the book the sort of the temple of the book the US state case of Herbert Weinstein so how does that relate to what the the caller's questions about your call has suggested right he said anybody who commits murder must be insane if if number remember correct right to some level right so Weinstein hello could he have killed this woman who he adored this woman who she would stroll down the streets of Manhattan hand in hand going out to dinner going out to the movies that's what made this case to me so interesting and so extraordinary how does someone who's led an otherwise exemplary life who's raised children I know around nice guy it's such a horrific act this this this notion that he was temporarily insane makes sense right I mean right it makes more sense it makes more sense than he was suppressing the fact that he was a killer all along and then you just suddenly decided to be one and then he goes back to pretending that he's not and so basically how responsible he held you know she didn't fit the classic definition of insane you know we we we talked earlier tonight about the insanity defense which is a very high bar and almost no insanity defense is six feet it's very very very rare that the most famous of course was John John Hinckley who we had shot president Reagan and so how how do you manage the successful in state defense is almost impossible to get but Weinstein his lawyer put out what was called a temporary insanity defense and as we discussed earlier based on this evidence that he had a arachnoid cyst growing on his the frontal lobe of his brain which his lawyer had argued compromised Weinstein's ability to make a proper decision and good compromises impulse control he couldn't at that moment when he was he was in flames I think he even referred to at one point during the argument his wife was kind of baiting him but he did but he had a switch in the gear that he never knew he had because up until that point that had been a dormant part of his brain but that's what it it lost all control a lot of the people want to keep expo floor in that so we'll get back to the phones let's pick it up with a first time caller line Pam is in Winona Minnesota on coast to coast Hey Pam hi you're talking with Kevin Davis go ahead hi Pam well I wondered I've got in the back of the brain they tell me I've had epilepsy all my life and the last four years my memory has been slipping away and the last two years I've been having more seizures and since I'm totally blind I had to depend on myself and my own independence I was trying to hitchhike into Wisconsin here lecture presentation on angel the cops beat me up for that broken Olson I want to be is in the Wisconsin just yes Friday they said that I can't have surgery on my shoulder so that's seven years ago and still affecting my memory and sure water dispersion at this point is is really scary I'm wondering if I can have an MRI on my brain or if this is just the rest of my life that's a really interesting question I mean you can of course have an MRI it incident either either eat your whatever health care system you're a member of will either pay for it or not but you can always have one I just had one actually the other day for for something and I'm fine but I've had this ongoing issue with the tonight as Senate and headache but Pam I I think you actually speak to something to that's in that Kevin writes about which is it won it in one of the cases in the brain defense part of what had happened to one of these people was it they've gotten they had gotten hit in the head many times they had gotten roughed up to the point where it began to affect their their ability to function yes absolutely and and hello I'm sorry about what happened which also speaks to an issue that this is sort of an aside but you know law enforcement is not necessarily well trained to deal with or understand yeah people with mental health problems it is often mistaken for aggressive behavior exactly and and so and that that's also something that really needs to be properly addressed in some place apartments are finally recognizing that Indian officers are being trained to understand and you know people who are having mental health problems and are not necessarily and criminals and threats so so you're right but yes but you know people have fallen people who have been hit in the head if we talk about prisoners prisoners who didn't gotten you know debt altercation with guards right I mean you know getting hit in the head you don't falling off your bike there are all sorts of ways that we can damage our brains and and them being damaged unknowingly you know we we may recover you know we you you may have played football as a kid or or soccer or you know who knows a lot of these things you know are invisible injuries is is I mentioned earlier we recover were fine we think we're fine but we may not even know what's going on inside our brains and until some sort of a you know tragedy has yet to look at some sort of event reveals that I hate to think what she's going through and all that too on top of that being blind and of course epilepsy another if you have you know every seizure takes a little piece and I can imagine what it would be like what she's losing after a lifetime of that I I hope she gets the help that is available wildcard line Walter is in Washington on coast to coast for Kevin Davis author of the brain defense Walter yes thank you yeah I was calling you guys are talking about physical damage to the brain by being here whatever but there was a study out a few years back and it kind of went away it was big for awhile and it said that it was definitely emotional abuse because physical brain damage very studying children that were most years by their parents and and I just thought well that's bizarre because yeah I mean you can't just fix the kid after that he's got a really a physical problem after that and also is like we abuse people in mass I mean our whole our whole society is is emotional abuse like you're saying the jails well that is nothing but emotional abuse whether it's it's a necessary whatever we have to do there but that the way they live is emotional they're being emotionally abused every day and like I I was talking to Michio kaku once on the old guard though shorter I said to him I said is our society the way we have jobs and they have to go to a work worker job isn't that a insane society of the world he was saying he was saying yeah I say because shouldn't object of society from the beginning of the each person being self sufficient subsequent subsistence farmer Florence right right number one and so he was saying the arrogance is the world's gonna come to an end if we don't go back to that type of thing not gone back to ocean I get that well yeah but we I think we don't we'd all be happier in a year I think in the in some respects hello let me get let me get Kevin slot on that because we got a lot of people who are hanging on your wall you know you're right so a motional abuse does have you know physiological and biological attacks absolutely can especially our young people so you know when when when the camera is is is a mostly abuse when a child is going through emotional trauma that has definite effects on their child's brain the the way the brain develops their their chemical reactions when we're feeling emotionally abused their chemical reactions in our brains you know when we're experiencing common access physical trauma so you're right it can manifest into actual physical trauma within our brain when especially with with children and their developing brains which can be compromised by emotional abuse Mike goes back to something we were talking about earlier mikes in Delaware on a wildcard line for Kevin Davis the brain defense go ahead Mike hi I got four tours of duty in combat and I was not out of the helicopter about a hundred feet nose blowing through a bunker and meant mom back backwards in separate arm but I chose to stay for the Ford Taurus because I had a very special skill at mac the headquarters kind of like Pentagon news what what what was that special skill surviving being blown out of stuff no actually I was not a I wasn't in the field combat person I worked at Nike headquarters I was what's called like a systems analyst okay kind of like special services kind of thing no I get it they call them but you have PTSD from that what I did so no no I get the builders I came back and they said that I had four times when I was on knocked unconscious and so I had to matic brain injury and they ended up telling me when I got out of the service in nineteen eighty that they said I only had twelve years in but I have to get out because my head was really messed up the deal is I had at that time I had had a stroke in the call the apoplectic seizure didn't affect left to right but it the fact that my brain stem and I was speaking like five languages at the time you know French German Spanish is English Latin and Vietnamese and I couldn't speak any languages after the stroke at a could not remember anything hardly know what mix everything all up but the the thing I wanted to talk about it was about fifteen years ago I was driving into a gas station on a very hot day about a hundred degrees like you back in the country and had a Vietnam vet with me we went to PTSD groups together and for anger management non somebody hold in in a long line of traffic before the gas station and pulled in front of me.

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"arachnoid cyst" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Sudden onset, abdominal pain and vomiting unfeasible examination. His abdomen was diffusely tender, and he had hyper pigmented MAC, you'll on the lips oral mucosal and knows his two sons had previously presented with a domino pain due to interception and had undergone bowel reception. A CAT scan of the patient's abdomen showed a target sign which is characteristic of into -ception emergency Laremy confirmed the presence of Juneau juvenile into -ception with areas of necrosis multiple polyps were pal Pated throughout this section of the bowel because of the necrosis and concern about recurrence the length of June. That contained polyps was respected and end to end. Estimates was performed his dope. Pathological evaluation of the respected segment revealed, multiple hammer DAS polyps on the basis of them. Yuko cutaneous, hyper pigmentation, multiple hammer. Thoma's polyps in the gastrointestinal tract and family history. A diagnosis of the Pertz jaegar syndrome was made this autosomal dominant disorder is associated with an increased risk of gastrointestinal, and extra intestinal cancers. The patient recovered well after the surgery and has undergone appropriate cancer screening tests, which have been negative to date. A five year old girl presented to the pediatric neurosurgery clinic with a two year history of excessive head nodding on examination. She was alert with normal cognitive function. She displayed continuous rhythmic Antara post earier head bobbing movements at a frequency of two to three hurts the movements diminished in intensity when she engaged in volition electives such as talking see the video at any J M dot org. MRI of the head showed a well-defined thin walled super seller. Cystic lesion the lesion caused obstruction at the phenomena of Monroe or at the third ventricle with resulting ventricular Megawati a'dialogue Noces of a super seller. Arachnoid cyst with bobblehead doll syndrome was made. This is a rare pediatric movement disorder. Characterized by continuous or episodic involuntary head nodding at a frequency of two to three hurts the movements stop during sleep and may disappear or attenuate with volition elective -ly. The syndrome is associated with cystic abnormalities in the region of the anterior third ventricle, the patient underwent endoscopic Sisto ventricular. Steamy and Sisto sister NAS Demi for the super seller arachnoid cyst at follow up six weeks after the procedure. She had partial resolution of her symptoms with a reduction in both the frequency and intensity of head movements. This concludes our summary. Let us know what you think about our audio summaries. Any comments or suggestions may be sent to audio at any JM dot org. Thank you for listening.

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Urban Meyer of Ohio State Buckeyes details brain cysts that cause headaches

Waddle & Silvy

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Urban Meyer of Ohio State Buckeyes details brain cysts that cause headaches

"Urban Meyer says a brain cyst has caused severe headaches Meyer opened up with multiple media outlets about his health issues. Tuesday, Saint assistant his brain. That was first diagnosed in nineteen ninety eight causes severe headaches Meyer detailed the severity of the arachnoid cyst, which is caused issues to flare up over the last two years causes frequent pain on the left side of his head and responsible for him dropping to his knees in the sideline against Indiana earlier this month, but he still denies that. He's gonna resign. Right. Fully committed to Ohio State football program as long as I can.

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