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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is a Bloomberg business plan. We've got a rally in the Nikkei 2 25. The market in Japan was closed yesterday, so some of this move to the upside may have been or maybe a little bit of catch up being played. We're up by about 2.6% right now. 1 26,077, the move higher being led by real estate along with the information technology and health care stocks, and so far this year, the Nikkei is up about 15%. Then you go to South Korea, where the cost me so far this year is up by more than 24%. And we have the index right now trading very near a record high here. We're seeing a lot of continued inflow into AM put particularly South Korean equities Bloomberg data indicating an inflow today alone in cost B shares of about $882 million. Now, this coming after a reported jump in consumer confidence, and we were talking earlier about a big jump surprise increase in the number of exports for the month of November. Right now. The Cosby 26,000 check that 2620 with a gain of about 7/10 of 1% in Hong Kong. Hang Sang is down about 2/10 of 1%. And on the Chinese mainland. We've got Shanghai composite, weaker by about 3/10 of 1% different story, though in Sydney got a rally in Australian equities with the ASX 200 ahead by more than 1%. Lot of positivity here in the U. S, some of which was tied to optimism on a new vaccine. AstraZeneca and Oxford University with some data on their vaccine, and this seemed to Continued the move out of companies that had been defensive and into firms that are likely to benefit from return to normal economic activity. The S and P higher today by about 6/10 of 1% US 10 Year Treasury right now in the Tokyo session, yielding 87 basis points. Let's get to the Bloomberg newsroom Mark Mills is looking a global headlines Mark Yesterday, the General Services Administration acknowledged. Joe Biden is the apparent winner of the presidential election and President Trump called on his agencies to cooperate even while tweeting that he will keep fighting to overturn the election results. California Senator Dianne Feinstein said she'll step down as the top comic Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee. Feinstein said she and instead will focus her attention on issues of importance to her, including the wildfires and droughts in her home state of California. York's attorney general on Monday sued the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo, accusing church officials of covering up decades of sexual abuse of Children. A spokesman for the Diocese of Buffalo said that the guy Isis was reviewing the lawsuit and has cooperated with civil authorities. In a speech to a UK think tank. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison urged China and the U. S to dial down hostilities. Declaring Australia does not want to be forced into a binary choice between Washington and Beijing Global News 24 hours a day on a run on quick take by Bloomberg, powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. Mark Mills. This is Bloomberg. Brian. All right. Thanks very much. Mark. Let's say good morning to Steve Sosnick, chief strategist Dad Interactive brokers. So, Steve. Interesting in the vics Futures s O. Let's back up and take a look at what the current vics level 22.66 seems pretty reasonable, pretty low. But then much higher out into next year, so that suggests that investors may be a little concerned about perhaps what we might see next year. And so, against that backdrop, I thought maybe we could talk about not only vaccine because I know you don't talk about that, but but also some of the froth in markets and whether not that bodes ill. For the future. And you have highlighted here. Some of the evey makers, Tesla was up 6.6% overnight. That sounds like ah lot. No real news on that front other son, other than some Upgrades. But these Chinese evey makers have just gone to another planet. Um can I just mention one briefly neo? Before I get to you? Neo started out the year 3 70. And now it's up around $55. So that means it could like Quinn toppled and then tripled from there. So this is an example of some of the fraud that you say is worrisome. Yeah. I mean, first of all, thanks for having me Bryant, but, yeah, I think I think we definitely see the frost. I mean, you can When you look a test Well, you can argue, Okay, There's a logic to it. Index funds are gonna have to buy. Running on how you been, whether its benchmark index but you're talking probably about $40 billion with the test was gonna have to go into the hands of index funds the next month, depending on it. There's there's some wrinkles here because they may do it in two steps. But eventually I could tell you were $40 billion of new new holders are gonna come from As far as as far as the frost that we're seeing in other U S Chinese, um, Chinese, uh, TV makers. Um, you know that that is the type of frost that we're seeing throughout the market. I, You know, because Tesler is hot. Therefore let's by all the other e V manufacturers And when you when you get down to it, you know, I do believe in the future of electric vehicles. Actually, I actually owned one at one point a non Tesla electric vehicle blizzard not Way, But the problem let's put the problem there is, you know you're the Starks have gone stratospheric. I mean, you know, explain was up about 20% in the US today in U. S trading today. I mean, it's hard to say what is making. Why is is neo, you know. You know, 200 times 20 times better than it was being in the year. Why is explain better, You know 100% that I'm sorry. 200% better than it was a month ago is that that's the type of froth, but retail is moving into these kind of games with a good story. While it miss. Why later? Why let the facts get in the way of a great story. Hmm. Question here. One is does of does the frothy equal an impending correction signal? You just kind of want to know why you don't know no electric vehicle anymore. The electric vehicle was leased. So the leak the threat it was a delete, delete. Police ran out and, uh and said, thanks to cope, but I don't drive very much anymore. Oh, that's that's really the only reason. Um, but yes. I mean, this is the type..

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Catholic Diocese of Buffalo declares bankruptcy, looks to settle child abuse lawsuits

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

Catholic Diocese of Buffalo declares bankruptcy, looks to settle child abuse lawsuits

"Another Roman Catholic diocese has filed for bankruptcy protection amid lawsuits stemming from the priest sex abuse scandal a diss of buffalo became the second in the state to file for chapter eleven reorganization after that ISIS of Rochester filed last September bishop Richard Malone resigned from the buffalo diocese in December under pressure from the Vatican he was accused of withholding the names of dozens of priests accused of misconduct and biases already has paid out about eighteen million dollars to more than a hundred victims under an independent compensation program established in twenty eighteen it faces more than two hundred forty new lawsuits filed since August after New York revise the state's child victims

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:55 min | 9 months ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"That private businesses give the same amount of personal leave time to do adoptive parents that is given to birth parents there is legislation we're demonstrating to families in the Commonwealth that no matter how you become a parent you're afforded the same opportunity treated her incision to parenthood without the fear of missing a paycheck or losing your job measure now goes to the Senate in Washington the house votes today on a bill aimed at curbing tobacco use among teenagers that includes vaping vape juice contains nicotine that is considered a tobacco product in the band of the bill would ban flavored tobacco invade Jews including menthol Massachusetts Democrat Richard Neal says the bill would impose a federal excise tax on nicotine and vaping products he said that the teen and vaping products should be viewed the same way as nicotine in combustible cigarettes Beale chairs the house ways and means committee metro police tell us a person was killed was hit and killed by a trained this morning it happened at Kendall road and Dixie highway south of Stonestreet road police say the victim is a male buffalo New York becomes the latest Catholic church diocese to file for bankruptcy in the wake of the clergy sex scandal Peter king reports the buffalo diocese is it defended it at least two hundred sixty cases more than anybody else in New York state with the possibilities of those cases going to trial it's filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection petition says assets are as much as fifty million dollars but liabilities could be twice as much with hundreds of creditors the buffalo news says this is the twenty third diocese in the country to seek bankruptcy protection due to the scandal Peter king CBS news the Louisville city football club says.

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:05 min | 9 months ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"By traditional old and new Monmouth poll show Sanders the nation wide front runner is trailing Joe Biden in South Carolina thirty six to sixteen percent Michael Bloomberg tells CBS's sixty minutes there is nobody else running that has any management experience what so ever in any of these things but you have to have somebody that's been there done that and we'll do it right number is not on tomorrow's ballot another Roman Catholic diocese has filed for bankruptcy over the clergy sex abuse scandal live to correspondent Peter king whatever the buffalo diocese is it defended it at least two hundred sixty cases that's more than anybody else in New York state the possibilities of those cases going to trial they filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection the petition says assets are as much as fifty million dollars but liabilities could be twice as much with hundreds of creditors lined up the buffalo news says it's the twenty third diocese in the country to seek bankruptcy protection due to the scandal Deborah pope Francis still under the weather the Vatican says he's postponed all official audiences for the second day in a row a case of not in my backyard in Philadelphia where the first supervised injection site in the country has closed before its scheduled opening what was being proposed and that's totally unacceptable most important is disrespectful to the people of South Philadelphia this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app good morning it's eight oh three oh what a beautiful morning man it's gonna be a great day and a great weekend to forty four degrees right now headed for sixty four then tomorrow and Sunday seventies nice stuff with Mike Rogers I'm Scott Sam's this is the K. R. L. the morning news thank you for being with us this morning Susie has the morning off but convicted police killer sentenced to the death penalty here's K. R. L. these Allen's Geyer a jury convicted Brandon McCall last week of killing Richardson police.

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Clear risk of pandemic a day before the South Carolina primary Bernie Sanders makes a prediction to voters in Spartanburg I cannot be defeated by traditional old a new Monmouth poll show Sanders the nation wide front runner is trailing Joe Biden in South Carolina thirty six to sixteen percent Michael Bloomberg tells CBS's sixty minutes here is nobody else running that has any management experience what so ever in any of these things but you have to have somebody that's been there done that and we'll do it right number is not on tomorrow's ballot another Roman Catholic diocese has filed for bankruptcy over the clergy sex abuse scandal live to correspondent Peter king whatever the buffalo diocese is it defended it at least two hundred sixty cases that's more than anybody else in New York state the possibilities of those cases going to trial they filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection the petition says assets are as much as fifty million dollars but liabilities could be twice as much with hundreds of creditors lined up the buffalo news says it's the twenty third diocese in the country to seek bankruptcy protection due to the scandal Deborah pope Francis still under the weather the Vatican says he's postponed all official audiences for the second day in a row a case of not in my backyard in Philadelphia where the first supervised injection site in the country has closed before its scheduled opening what was being proposed and that's totally unacceptable most import is disrespectful to the people suffer Adelphia this is CBS news zoom video conferencing featuring video and audio.

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on WTOP

"Clear risk of pandemic a day before the South Carolina primary Bernie Sanders makes a prediction to voters in Spartanburg I cannot be defeated by traditional old fashioned a new Monmouth poll show Sanders the nation wide front runner is trailing Joe Biden in South Carolina thirty six to sixteen percent Michael Bloomberg tells CBS's sixty minutes here is nobody else running that has any management experience what so ever in any of these things but you have to have somebody that's been there done that and we'll do it right number is not on tomorrow's ballot another Roman Catholic diocese has filed for bankruptcy over the clergy sex abuse scandal live to correspondent Peter king whatever the buffalo diocese is it defended it at least two hundred sixty cases that's more than anybody else in New York state the possibilities of those cases going to trial they filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection the petition says assets are as much as fifty million dollars but liabilities could be twice as much with hundreds of creditors lined up the buffalo news says it's the twenty third diocese in the country to seek bankruptcy protection due to the scandal Deborah pope Francis still under the weather the Vatican says he's postponed all official audiences for the second day in a row a case of not in my backyard in Philadelphia where the first supervised injection site in the country has closed before its scheduled opening what was being proposed and that's totally unacceptable most import is disrespectful to the people of South Philadelphia this is CBS news never miss a moment top news from W. T. O. P..

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Resignation of buffalo's bishop Richard Malone has appointed Scharfenberg to take over on an interim basis Scharfenberg releasing a video message this morning says this block is simply getting a little bigger the assignment that I received does not involve any change in my relationship with the diss of Albany I remain the bishop of Albany and I will be here most of the time I promised a day a week to be with the people in buffalo to help them go through this transition process Scharfenberg rules service administrator for the buffalo diocese until a permanent successor is found already county sheriff's office looking for a seventy seven year old woman who's been missing since Saturday deputy say Beverly probably was last seen wearing a red wool coat black pants and glasses Kerr located on pocket park in the town of colony anyone with information asked to call the sheriff's office partisan ripped over impeachment is growing during the latest house impeachment hearing Ohio Republican Jim Jordan rip the way Democrats are handling the issue New York Democrat Jerry Nadler said the facts are undisputed argue that president trump abuses power in pressuring Ukraine to investigate Democrats thanksgiving weekend and Schenectady county sheriffs and state police and scary county with stops in stores to see if they were selling alcohol to underage youths in Schenectady county fifty two retail convenience stores and supermarkets were checked in Schenectady Rotterdam Niskayuna Glenville and Scotia close to three stores are accused of selling alcohol to a minor officials say the sales happen at State Street convenience thirteen thirty nine State Street Schenectady country farms ten thirty one grains regions connected in the mobile market thirty four ninety seven State Street in Niskayuna in scary county one clerk at the coal skill save a lot charge thirty eight year old David Carper junior of cold skill charged with selling alcohol to an under age person and in Illinois judges setting a September fourteenth date.

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC news I'm sherry Freston another day of back and forth in another house committee is the impeachment investigation into president trump continues as this committee chairman Jerry Nadler facts before us are undisputed on July twenty fifth president trump called the president's Lynskey of Ukraine and then president trump's words ask him for a favor that call was part of a concerted effort by the president and his men to solicit a personal advantage in the next election and he says that amounted to a president misusing his power for his own political gain a ranking member Doug Collins of Georgia Republican says this is all about the Democrats political vendetta as well as a re hash of what's already been discussed we're here no plan no fight win this is simply being a rubber stamp for what we have but Hey we got law professors here what a start of a party the witnesses today are all constitutional law experts who will lay out the case for or against the drawing up of articles of impeachment president trump is at the NATO summit in London but bowing out of a discussion with reporters is all this goes on president trump canceled a press conference he was scheduled to hold at the end of his meetings with NATO leaders the president said he's already taken plenty of questions over his two days here in the United Kingdom I think that's right maybe I on Tuesday president trump spent one hundred and twenty one minutes to hours total talking to reporters over the course of three meetings including nearly an hour during a sit down with the NATO secretary general Karen Travers ABC news traveling with the president in London pope Francis accepted the resignation of bishop Richard Malone from buffalo has been criticized for the way he handled clergy sex abuse cases the buffalo diocese facing over two hundred lawsuits related to the abuse labor department will release in November jobs numbers on Friday private pay roll processor eighty pieces sixty seven thousand jobs.

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Is the impeachment investigation into president trump continues as this committee chairman Jerry Nadler facts before us are undisputed on July twenty fifth president trump called the president's Lynskey of Ukraine and then president trump's words asked him for a favor that call was part of a concerted effort by the president and his men to solicit a personal advantage in the next election and he says that amounted to a president misusing his power for his own political gain a ranking member Doug Collins of Georgia Republican says this is all about the Democrats political vendetta as well as a re hash of what's already been discussed we're here no plan no fight win this is simply being a rubber stamp for what we have but Hey we got law professors here what a start of a party the witnesses today are all constitutional law experts who will lay out the case for or against the drawing up of articles of impeachment president trump is at the NATO summit in London but bowing out of a discussion with reporters is all this goes on president trump canceled a press conference he was scheduled to hold at the end of his meetings with NATO leaders the president said he's already taken plenty of questions over his two days here in the United Kingdom I think that's about right maybe on Tuesday president trump spent one hundred and twenty one minutes to hours total talking to reporters over the course of three meetings including nearly an hour during a sit down with the NATO secretary general Karen Travers ABC news traveling with the president in London pope Francis accepted the resignation of bishop Richard Malone from buffalo has been criticized for the way he handled clergy sex abuse cases the buffalo diocese facing over two hundred lawsuits related to the abuse labor department will release in November jobs numbers on Friday private pay roll processor eighty pieces sixty seven thousand jobs were added to the economy last month.

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"If you spend the intelligence committee issued its report late yesterday correspondences on Malvo tells us it has new information describing pressure on Ukraine to interfere with the twenty twenty presidential election the report providing new phone records which Democrats say show the president's allies efforts to push out false narratives among them calls between Rudy guiliani his associate Lev partners the White House budget office and the top Republican on the house intelligence committee Devin newness the report also alleging top members of the trump administration including vice president Mike pence secretary of state Mike Pompeii former energy secretary Rick Perry and acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney were knowledgeable of or active participants in trump's pressure campaign the Catholic bishop of buffalo has resigned following widespread criticism over how he handled allegations of clergy sexual misconduct pope Francis has named the bishop of Albany New York to run the buffalo diocese until a permanent replacement is found national police last night captured two of the four teens who can't escape a juvenile detention center over the weekend including to Korea's right accused in the killing of Nashville musician Kyle your let's sixteen year old to Korea's right and fifteen year old Calvin how's the back in custody lieutenant plane why did with the metro national police while we are happy to have these two years off the streets we know we still have a lot of work to be done to get these two remaining use the suspect still at large are both seventeen years old Morris March accused of murder and burning for others he's being charged as an adult in an armed robbery case he's now among Tennessee's most wanted fugitives I'm John Lawrence president trump met last night with British prime minister Boris Johnson at the NATO summit will meet today with Germany's uncle Americal I'm Michael Toscano are you.

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"I'm placing my faith in the people who feel left out and left that you just wanna fear shot at a better future not built by somebody better than you and not built for you deal with the ball says you talk to former president Obama yesterday adding if I felt like the voters that said older folks have made up their minds are there wasn't a way to put together the resources in terms of talent and money at this stage I wouldn't do it it's believed Patrick will do what Michael Bloomberg is trying to do positioning himself as a moderate alternative to front runners like Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders and people to judge thirty two degrees now partly sunny and we're going up to forty six now this leader in waste collection Philco carting call now seven one eight four five six five thousand Brooklyn bishop Nicholas dimarzio was recently assigned by pope Francis to investigate sexual abuse by members of the clergy but now the Marcy always been accused of sexually abusing an altar boy back in the seventies the lawsuit claims that back in nineteen seventy four and seventy five bishop dimarzio as a young priest sexually abused an altar boy at St Nicolas church in Jersey city attorney Mitchell Garabedian says that altar boys now fifty six year old mark Mentzer Garabedian says dimarzio needs to step down Mario should be placed on administrative leave and the determination should be made as to credibility concerning the allegations the whole process and buffalo of the investigation this is tainted deserve to Mars who has been appointed by the pope to look into the handling of sexual abuse cases in the buffalo diocese mission to Mars zero denies the allegations saying he's never acted unlawfully or inappropriately Carol Deoria ten ten wins news of trafficking accu weather coming right up police in Edison New Jersey say Amanda plastered pictures of girls and women all over the inside of his many of them may up on nerve some people who saw the pictures but he didn't break any existing laws Stephanie lebron says she spot of the photos on the dashboard visors and steering wheel of the mini van parked outside a check cashing place and she called police but she was told there was nothing they could do Addison police say there is no indication of criminal activity or criminal intent but they approached lebron and older they appreciated her reporting what she felt it was suspicious activity news time eleven from the makers discount tire traffic.

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on Le Show

"London. He's their Middle East correspondent, he picked up on this story now I read the I read as far as I could in this engineering report, I taught myself a little bit about under. Outstanding some engineering in order to do that movie about the flood the documentary about the flood, but I, I really. There's no way I could evaluate what I was reading. I don't know. I don't know from, you know. Force and canisters. So I put out a call on Twitter, any engineers in my. Shamefully low count of one hundred thirty nine thousand followers, any engineers out there who want will pine on this. Nope, crickets and tumbleweeds. I've not heard. Any anywhere in the in the media anything about this, because, you know, we, we, we did that narrative? So. I put I put it to you, gentlemen. This exists you might not have known about it before this broadcast. And no, I don't know what to think. Hello, welcome to the show. Dot again. You. Electric. And. The rules. Again. From New Orleans, Louisiana. I'm Harry Shearer I, I know enough. I know what I think about welcoming you to this edition of the show. I know I believe in that, and I believe in news of the godly. In the spotlight. Shines on Buffalo New York. Because the sun don't hardly any more, any of the more than one hundred buffalo area priests implicated as child molesters spent as much as one day in jail is according to the buffalo news, which is my go-to source for news about buffalo. I I'm just wacky that way for years. Most of their victims were scared embarrassed to make complaints. Buffalo police though had marching orders. I didn't know police still March but they had marching orders not to arrest Catholic priests. Can't say it any more slowly than that, according to this, according to former vice squad detective Martin Harrington, and other retired officers interviewed by the buffalo news, because it were buffalo instead of arresting Catholic priests Villers, the bishop's office to any such allegations, the department quote the department's unwritten policy because you don't want to write this stuff down. Was that Catholic priest did not get arrested said Harrington. He investigated vice crimes. Oh for seventeen years and retired about twenty four years ago. I never had any experience with priests so molested children. I never heard of any priests molesting children, but we had priests we caught with pornography or masturbating in the city. Parks. And our orders were to turn them over to the dialysis the dies would deal with them, but they would not be arrested. That's the quote from Harrington. So don't be don't be lingering in the city. Parks in buffalo, is my the policy only extended to Catholic priests. He said, if we caught clergy from other religions, we arrested them. He doesn't say how many, they caught from other religions is recollection was echoed, by his former vice squad Lieutenant Martin juror wits. Quote, when I joined the vice squad nineteen sixty eight the department had just changed its policy on priests, you used to just let them go starting around nineteen sixty eight when you picked up a priest. Yeah, the call the bishop's office, recalled wits who retired in two thousand to the bishop's office with someone to pick up the priest priest. No rest was made the daises handle these problems. Of course they would their handlers. Harrington was one of several retired buffalo officers who told the buffalo news that they don't recall the diocese ever reporting a priest to the police department for molesting a child. A year after the clergy abuse scandal erupted in Boston. About sixteen years ago, the buffalo diocese side, an agreement with district attorney's in western New York promising for.

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I know that there may not be a high level of trust right now. But I do believe that working with others who continue to believe in me we can steer through this storm into a calm seat the sexual abuse claims involving the buffalo diocese are being investigated by federal and state authorities. You're listening to N. NPR? A study commissioned by Facebook says the platform didn't do enough to stop people from using it to incite violence in Myanmar. The report was by the nonprofit group business for social responsibility being mar has targeted minority ranking Muslims with mass killings in a manner that U N officials compared to genocide Facebook says it agrees that it failed to properly safeguarded site. And we'll take stops. The United Nations says last month's parliamentary elections in Afghanistan were the most dangerous the country has helped because of the Taliban's campaign of violence. Jennifer glass reports from Kabul, the UN report says the Taliban threats against the election forced Afghans to choose between exercising their right to vote and remaining safe during the three days of voting. The UN says there were four hundred and thirty five civilian casualties. That's the highest level of violence against civilians compared to Afghanistan's four previous elections deaths and injuries were caused by rockets, grenades, mortars improvised explosive devices, and at least one suicide bomber. The entire election. Season was punctuated by violence for months, both the Taliban and Islamic state, attack civilians, registering to vote candidates and election workers. Preliminary results of the parliamentary vote aren't expected for another two weeks with final results early next year for NPR news. I'm Jennifer glass in Kabul. Jury selection continues in New York for the federal trial of alleged drug cartel leader. Joaquin Guzman also known as El Chapo is accused of ordering numerous murders laundering, billions of dollars and intimidating rivals. He's pleaded not guilty El Chapo twice escaped jail in Mexico. I'm korva Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from i-drive maker of remote PC, providing real time access to PC's max and servers from anywhere for use when telecommuting or for remote management. Learn more at remote, PC dot com slash NPR. And the Annie E Casey foundation. Just ahead on morning edition on public radio the election day big picture, the midterm elections often seen as a referendum on the president. And today the voters.

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on KCRW

"I know that there may not be a high level of trust right now. But I do believe that working with others who continue to believe in me we can steer through this storm into a calm seat the sexual abuse claims involving the buffalo diocese are being investigated by federal and state authorities. You're listening to N. NPR? A study commissioned by Facebook says the platform didn't do enough to stop people from using it to incite violence in Myanmar. The report was by the nonprofit group business for social responsibility being mar has targeted minority Muslims with mass killings in a manner that you NFL's compared to genocide Facebook says it agrees that it failed to properly safeguarded site. And we'll take stops. The United Nations says last month's parliamentary elections in Afghanistan were the most dangerous the country has helped because of the Taliban's campaign of violence. Jennifer glass reports from Kabul, the UN report says the Taliban threats against the election forced Afghans to choose between exercising their right to vote and remaining safe during the three days of voting. The UN says there were four hundred and thirty five civilian casualties. That's the highest level of violence against civilians compared to Afghanistan's four previous elections deaths and injuries were caused by rockets, grenades, mortars improvised explosive devices, and at least one suicide bomber. The entire election. Season was punctuated by violence for months, both the Taliban at Islamic state, attack civilians, registering to vote candidates and election workers. Preliminary results of the parliamentary vote aren't expected for another two weeks with final results early next year for NPR news. I'm Jennifer glass in Kabul. Jury selection continues in New York for the federal trial of alleged drug cartel leader. Joaquin Guzman also known as El Chapo is accused of ordering numerous murders laundering, billions of dollars and intimidating rivals. He's pleaded not guilty El Chapo twice escaped jail in Mexico. I'm korva Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from i-drive maker of remote P C, providing real time access to PC's max and servers from anywhere for use when telecommuting or for remote management. Learn more at remote, PC dot com slash NPR. And the Annie E Casey foundation. This is morning edition on KCRW ahead on morning edition. President Trump made a pledge to the American people when he wanted to twenty sixteen election, we have to do a great job. And I promise you that. I will not let you down. We will do a great.

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on KOMO

"Keeping an eye on these stories with Bill O'neil at the editor's desk. I'm Tom hutler fit seems like lottery jackpots are getting larger it's because they are tonight's mega millions estimated grand prize. Now a billion dollars continuing a trend of giant jackpots, Pennsylvania, not the only state where federal prosecutors investigate clergy abuse in Roman Catholic church and investigation of the buffalo diocese in New York. State begun months before the Pennsylvania probe has also come to light confirming late yesterday I received a subpoena from federal prosecutors in buffalo saying it reached an agreement to produce material months ago and has nothing of it since June. No evidence of the two probes are two probes are related companies time now eleven sixteen troubled out, a typical north west street, you're likely to see a familiar scenario pedestrians paying close attention to their phones potentially unaware of their surroundings will how unaware are we with more on a recent pimco insurance pull. Joined by pimco spokesperson, Derek wing. Derek this poll shows a lot of us admit to using our phones, but not necessarily admitting that it's a hindrance. That's right, Tom. So forty two percent of those survey they talk text or read messages on their phone while walking down the sidewalk crossing the street despite their admitted fixation on their phones almost two-thirds of resident in Washington and Oregon that we talked with say that they rarely or never are distracted while on foot. But of course, the truth is that the vast majority are not buying it poll found that eighty nine percent of respondents said they witnessed pedestrians who are not paying attention. At least some of the time. This is a situation where like you guys in the Opole put forth a common seen a pedestrian with the right of way at an intersection of waiting for them to make a move. But instead of crossing the street they're standing there engrossed in their phone. Yeah. You know, it can be kind of frustrating as a driver if you're driving and waiting for a pedestrian across the street. They don't go at the crosswalk. Four percent of the folks that we talk. Say that they never stand at an intersection without crossing while ten times as many respondents, actually say. They've seen this exact scenario play out. And of course, we have had the focus on distracted driving. But now, this is becoming an issue too. And in fact, according to your study Portland suffered a large amount of casualties because of such incidents. Yeah. That's right. According to the first annual vision zero report released by the Portland bureau of transportation, forty five people were killed on Portland street in twenty seventeen making it the deadliest years and one of the deadliest years at more than a decade here in Washington, the Washington department, Washington State Department sanitation sound that across the state one hundred and nine people were killed by traffic in twenty seventeen. So that's you know, it's a big number those numbers don't make you pay attention. I don't know. Why will Derek thanks as always Derek Wayne with pimco insurance that latest poll, you can go to Petco dot com slash.

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

12:42 min | 2 years ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Fact, so road Rangers place, you want to be in Saint Robert, Missouri. That is Satan, Robert Missouri coming up this Saturday September twenty second that's on highway twenty eight there in in Saint Robert's. So thank you, toughtested for all the great stuff that you allow us to give away at a great events. And make sure you go out there this Saturday going to be really really cool. It's cool truck. Eight six six ninety redeye let's head to you. We go to Kevin in York, Pennsylvania. Kevin welcome on the president's saying is going to declassify a Russian collusion classified information. Hi, kevin. Welcome. Good morning, Eric another guy. Gary how you guys doing? Very good. Thanks to run like so confused. All right. Trump was collusion. Chance of impeachment. But if Obama and his administration are guilty of what what we think they just gonna deny knuckles gonna happen. You know, I was thinking about running once a week fifty years old. I was thinking about running for local or state politics. I know I will be able to do it. 'cause one back you grew up in Philly. So I'm very conservative. I grew up a block and a half from os osage avenue, where do quick-draw Avondale democrat more Wilson. Good bombed the movement's destroyed the neighborhood on Milan talked about dome on debates of the government debates all know, I would never win any election because I know one CMO somewhere in some neighborhoods don't elect him. He called me a gold digger. He called me a Bucci ho he called me a chicken here. He caught me. Well, it's getting ridiculous. Right. But, but when it comes to I wanna keep on on one topic here at at at a at a time seems like you moving over to the cavenaugh thing of evacuations. But when you look when it comes to if if Trump again colluded with the Russians to hack the election, you know, you would have a specific you would have. Specific crime there hand that would be committing election fraud, right? And and maybe conspiracy with a foreign government if there is such a law to to hack the a election machines. But as we have stated before, and you know, Giuliani has said he believes that the affidavits to verify the information for the FIS a warrant was a was was. Was legit intelligence that if there's affidavits that's the accusation from the other side from the Trump from Trump's lawyers is that somebody in the FBI whoever signed not just defies a warrant. But signed the affidavit that the information contained in the application was actually legit. And they knew it wasn't at that point. That would be perjury. Right. So you're seeing perjury as for the unmasking again, we don't know. We haven't been able to connect the dots. As to what was listened to in the unmasking, what would be considered illegal. But you can prove it across the board. If the information comes out, and you find that an FBI agent or somebody in the top echelon of the FBI did commit perjury. If they did sign. A the the. The affidavit stating that the evidence that they were using was legit intelligence knowing that it was not intelligence, but it was you know, what it was. And they claimed it was verified, and it wasn't verified will then at that point. That would be perjury. So again can't say that only one side is going to be prosecuted in the other side will not be because we don't know we haven't gotten to that point. Well, and we, you know, have the same discussion with the Hillary situation with the Email server and all of that and Komi basically giving her the walk on that. And we said, look, what matters while we don't believe we believe no one is above the law, and she should be prosecuted because I believe any reasonable prosecutor would pursue that. But ultimately, we the American people had a response to that in front of us and that was election day on twenty sixteen. And so when it comes to whatever happens as a result of follow up. Let let. It's just say that this information declassifying this information at some point leads to show it at the former administration knowingly used bogus information in order to petition the courts for a warrant. And they got it and were able to spy on political opposition. That is a massive abuse of power. And while the media may try and ignore it at some point someone will have to do the story on it. But the most important part is the American people will know it. They may assign special prosecutor to it. The Justice department may take it up. We don't know what will happen. But what we do know is that the American people will know the truth. That's where it all begins. Nothing will happen before. Then. And yet to the last caller Kevin you jumped to a second point when we haven't gotten to the first point yet. Right. Which is we don't know the full truth. And that's what we want. And it's interesting that you just brought that up Eric because I had a very interesting experience when I was on vacation. And I told the story before I was on vacation. And everybody knows it started in Pittsburgh in the Catholic church and the diocese and the number of priests there, and then it moved to buffalo and the buffalo diocese up there and grow more ground zero of it is my parents perish, right? At where where it just all blew up when they found out that the pastor, and I was at the church service back July fourth when I was back to visit my parents, I was with my parents at the church when the pastor resigned, he retired and said he was going to take, you know, retire and be out by Labor Day. We find out the reason that he was retiring was accusations against him and adult males have been appropriate contact. And then when it came out probably about three weeks ago, then it came out that there's an accusation that he was with a minor at that point. He had to immediately resigned while I was at when I was just back last week when back there, and the there's a call for the Bishop of buffalo because it started with just a couple of like a not a couple of dozen priests than it went up to twenty something than thirty. Now, it's seventy different priests and the claim is that the Bishop. Has kept this hidden Email the Bishop wasn't around when a lot of these things happen. He helped to keep it hid. And therefore, there's the call for the Bishop of buffalo the buffalo diocese now to step down to resign. Well, when I went to the church service a week ago Sunday with my parents went to church on Sunday when we came in. You know, we were told that, you know, the beginning of the announcements that there's a letter from the Bishop where the bishops said he wasn't going to resign. And then you had one of the deacons of the church now deacon in case people don't know in the Catholic church is somebody who's not a priest but can help in church services, but it's not a priest. But this deacon who's been there for a while has sort of become the. The the non religious leader of the buffalo diocese, at least in my opinion. Again, I'm I'm a lot. I'm for pretty far away from ground zero of going on. But he got up there and spoke and said, and it was the first time I've ever been in a Catholic church ever that anything close to political outside of the scripture was brought up. And it was him up there saying I'm the one that believes that he should resign. The Bishop the bishop's letters there. I'm here to respond to it. We need complete transparency and openness, and then he said something that related to what you just said there what we say on the show all the time. The number one thing that we look forward the truth. And that's what he said. He said, look, I'm not saying you should agree with me. I believe he should resign. What I'm telling you is to go and do the research or self find out the evidence, find out the truth. Find out the truth. Find out the truth. We can't get anywhere unless we find out the truth. And I thought about how that relates so much to what we do here on the air where people are calling. Well, nobody's going to go to jail. We don't know what the truth is yet. I get the truth. The only thing and that's what we do. Here. We at we believe that putting out the message that all of us search for the truth in everything that's going on whether it's Russian collusion. Whether it's. The Iran deal. Whether it's anything that's going on in government that we should always be searching for the truth that the truth should be more important than our everyday politics that the system is more important than are the infrastructure that the constitution that the infrastructure created the government infrastructure of the constitution created. That's in Washington DC that we should always search for the truth. We now have a media that doesn't believe that. Right. Look, I've got my political biases without question. And I've got the things that I want I want I want a smaller federal government. I want fewer taxes. I want less spending. If you're going to have more spending in government, it should be closer to the people. It should be the state, and it should be local governments. Those are my beliefs. There are there are long held beliefs that go all the way back to a significant portion of the founding fathers, not all of them, but a significant portion of the founding fathers, and you and I fight for that all the time. But more important is the truth of what's going on. And if there is corruption if there's corruption in government, if there's corruption in law enforcement would really galls me. Is. Maybe that's too strong of word because I've come to expect the hypocrisy of the left. Yeah. But but I'll say this. Here's a point. I'm making the statement that way here's the point Democrats claim that they care about law enforcement enforcing the law. They care about law enforcement treating everybody equally. And when it comes to the federal government, they could care less if there's corruption as long as it fits their political narrative. Well, we don't and that's why for months we've been we been every single day inviting Democrats to join us for full transparency of what went on in the twenty sixteen election zero response, none. They don't want any part of it. All they want is to get their free stuff. However, they can get their free stuff who was damaged along the way. What lies are told doesn't matter to them? Just give me my free stuff. Yeah. Right. And you know, there's we can't make people care about certain things. We can't make other Americans care about certain things. The only thing we can do is for those of us who do care seek the truth. Facts of what has happened in the past will not change seek the truth. They don't want the truth. Nope. Devon a excuse. Me of Adam Schiff doesn't want the truth. He doesn't want the truth to come out. Otherwise, she would be talking about not just more transparency. But a lot more transparency he wouldn't be getting caught in lies stating as he did with the Republican memo if it was released people's lives would be at stake, and it was a lie. Planning simple. And as we've explained it all the way across the board. You can look at it from two points of view. You can look at it and say, well, we should find out whether Trump did something, well, we should find out whether Obama, and and and the Hillary campaign did something and the FBI did something we should find it out. We should we have a right to know, eight six six ninety redeye..

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

12:44 min | 2 years ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Fact, so. Road Rangers the place you want to be in Saint Robert, Missouri. That is Saint Robert Missouri coming up this Saturday September twenty second that's on highway twenty eight there in in Saint Robert's. So thank you, toughtested for all the great stuff that you allow us to give away a great events and make sure you go out there this Saturday going to be really really cool. It's cool truck. Eight six six ninety redeye let's head to you. We go to Kevin in York, Pennsylvania. Kevin welcome on the president saying is going to declassify Russian collusion classified information hike. I'm in welcome. Good morning. Eric and other Gary are you guys doing? During it. Thanks to them. Like so confused. All right. Help me out Trump. Collusion. He was a chance of impeachment of Obama and his administration guilty of what they what we think. They did. They're just going to deny nothing's going to happen. You know, I was thinking about running once a week fifty years old. I was thinking about running for local or state politics. I know I'm going to be able to do it. 'cause one back you grew up. And so I'm very conservative. I grew up a block and a half from osage avenue where Edmundo quick-draw Rendell democrat, mayor Wilson good bomb. The move members destroyed the neighborhood on Mewa to be talked about debates the government debates and on. No, I would never win any election because no one CMO someone in some neighborhood. No don't elect him. He called me a gold digger. They called me a Bucci ho he called me chicken here. He caught me. Well, Dickey, right. But, but when it comes to I I wanna keep on on one topic here at at a at a time because it seems like you're moving over to the cavenaugh thing of evacuations. But when you look when it comes to if if Trump again colluded with the Russians to hack the election, you would have a specific you would have. Specific crime there hand that would be committing election fraud, right? And and maybe conspiracy with a foreign government if there is such a law to to hack the a election machines. But as we have stated before and Giuliani has said he believes that the the affidavits to verify that the information for the FIS a warrant was a was was was legit intelligence that if there's affadavits that's the accusation from the other side from the Trump from Trump's lawyers is that somebody in the FBI whoever signed not just the FIS a warned, but signed the affidavit that the information contained in the application. Was actually legit. And they knew it wasn't at that point. That would be perjury. Right. So you're seeing perjury as for the unmasking again, we don't know. We haven't been able to connect the dots. As to what was listened to in the unmasking, what would be considered illegal. But you can prove it across the board. If the information comes out, and you find that an FBI agent or somebody in the top echelon of the FBI did commit perjury. If they did sign. A the the. The affidavit stating that the evidence that they were using was legit intelligence knowing that it was not intelligence, but it was you know, what it was. And and they claimed it was verified, and it wasn't verified will then at that point. That would be perjury. So again can say that only one side is going to be prosecuted in the other side will not be because we don't know we haven't gotten to that point. Well, and we have the same discussion with the Hillary situation. With the Email server and all of that. And you know, Komi basically giving her the walk on that. And we said, look, what matters while we don't believe we believe no one is above the law, and she should be prosecuted because I believe any reasonable prosecutor would pursue that. But ultimately, the American people had a response to that in front of us, and that was election day on two thousand sixteen and so when it comes to whatever happens as a result of follow. But let's just say that this information declassifying this information at some point leads to show it at the former administration knowingly used bogus information in order to petition the courts for a warrant. And they got it and were able to spy on the political opposition. That is a massive abuse of power. And while the media may try and ignore it at some point someone will have to do the story on it. But the most important part is the American people will know it. They may assign a special prosecutor to it. The Justice department may take it up. We don't know what will happen. But what we do know is that the American people will know the truth. That's where it all begins. Nothing will happen before. Then. And yet the last caller, Kevin you you jumped to a second point when we haven't gotten to the first point yet. Right. Which is we don't know the full truth. And that's what we want. And it's interesting that you just brought that up Eric because I had a very interesting experience when I was on vacation. And I told the story before it was on vacation. And everybody knows it started in Pittsburgh in the Catholic church and the diocese and the number of priests there, and then it moved to buffalo on the buffalo diocese up there and grow ground zero of it is my parents perish, right? Where where it just all blew up when they found out that the pastor, and I was at the church service back July fourth when I was back to visit my parents, I was with my parents at the church when the pastor resigned, he retired and said he was going to take, you know, retire and be out by Labor Day. We find out the reason that he was retiring was accusations against him and adult males have been appropriate contact. And then when it came out probably about three weeks ago, then it came out that there's an accusation that he was with a minor at that point. He had to immediately resigned while I was at when I was just back last week when back there, and the there's a call for the Bishop of buffalo because it started with just a couple of like a not a couple of dozen priests that it went up to twenty something thirty now, it's seventy different priests and the claim is that the Bishop. Has kept this hidden Neil. The Bishop wasn't around when a lot of these things happen. He helped to keep it hid. And therefore, there's the call for the Bishop of buffalo the buffalo diocese now to step down to resign. Well, when I went to the church service a week ago Sunday with my parents went to church on Sunday. When we came in. We were told that, you know, beginning of the announcements that there's a letter from the Bishop with the bishops said he wasn't going to resign. And then you had one of the deacons of the church now deacon in case people don't know in the Catholic church is somebody who's not a priest but can help in church services, but it's not a priest. But this deacon who's been there for a while has sort of become the. The the non religious leader of the buffalo diocese, at least in my opinion. And again, I'm I'm a lot for a pretty far away from ground zero of of going on. But he got up there and spoke and said, and it was the first time I've ever been in a Catholic church ever that anything close to political outside of the scripture was brought up. And it was him up. There saying I'm the one that believes that he should resign. The Bishop the bishop's letters there. I'm here to respond to it. We need complete transparency and openness, and then he said something that related to what you just said there, and what we say on the show all the time. The number one thing that we look for is the truth. And that's what he said. He said, look, I'm not saying you should agree with me. I believe he should resign. What I'm telling you is to go and do the research yourself. Find out the evidence find out the truth. Find out the truth. Find out the truth. We can't get anywhere unless we find out the truth. And I thought about how that relates so much what we do here on the air where people are calling. Well, nobody's going to go to jail. We don't know what the truth is yet. I get the truth. The only thing, and that's what we do here. We we believe that putting out the message that all of us to search for the truth in everything that's going on whether it's Russian collusion. Whether it's. The Iran deal. Whether it's anything that's going on in government that we should always be searching for the truth that the truth should be more important than our everyday politics that the system is more important than are the infrastructure that the constitution that the infrastructure created the government infrastructure of the constitution created. That's in Washington DC that we should always search for the truth. We now have a media that doesn't believe that. Look, I've got my political biases without question. And I've got the things that I want I want I want a smaller federal government. I want fewer taxes. I want less spending. If you're going to have more spending in government, it should be closer to the people. It should be the state, and it should be local governments. Those are my beliefs there, there are long held belief that go all the way back to to a significant portion of the founding fathers, not all of them, they significant portion of the founding fathers, and you and I fight for that all the time. But more important is the truth of what's going on. And if there is corruption if there's corruption in government, if there's corruption in law enforcement would really galls me. Is. Maybe that's too strong of a word because I've come to expect the hypocrisy of the left, but but I'll say this. Here's a point. I make. I'm making the statement that way here's the point Democrats claim that they care about law enforcement enforcing the law. They care about law enforcement treating everybody equally. And when it comes to the federal government, they could care less if there's corruption as long as it fits their political narrative. Well, we don't and that's why for months we've been we've been every single day inviting Democrats to join us for full transparency of what went on in the two thousand sixteen election zero response, none. They don't want any part of it. All they want is to get their free stuff. However, they can get their free stuff who was damaged along the way. What lies are told doesn't matter to them? Just give me my free stuff. Yeah. Right. And you know, there's we can't make people care about certain things. We can't make other Americans care about certain things. The only thing we can do is for those of us who do care seek the truth. Facts of what has happened in the past will not change seek the truth. They don't want the truth. No, Devon a excuse. Me of Adam Schiff doesn't want the truth. He doesn't want the truth to come out. Otherwise, he would be talking about not just more transparency. But a lot more transparency he wouldn't be getting caught in lies stating as he did with the Republican memo if it was released people's lives would be at stake. Yeah. It was a lie. Planning simple. And as we've explained it all the way across the board. You can look at it from two points of view. You can look at it and say, well, we should find out whether Trump did something, well, we should find out whether Obama, and and and the Hillary campaign did something and the FBI did something we should find it out. We should we have a right to know, eight six six ninety redeye. Giving.

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"buffalo diocese" Discussed on WBEN

WBEN

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"buffalo diocese" Discussed on WBEN

"Two o'clock snow twenty nine degrees in buffalo good afternoon i'm tom puckett newsradio nine thirty wbz an top stories this thursday april fifth a jamestown man is charged with hanging a dog from a tree in jamestown and there's another claim vocab use against the buffalo priests who said wbz seven personally forecast calls for lake affects snow showers this afternoon a bit of dry time overnight and more snow than rain on friday and gusty winds forecast here's what's happening right now i wind advisory we'll take effect tomorrow at noon for irina orleans genesee wyoming it's talk with counties this will go on till eleven pm tomorrow night wins out of the west at twenty to thirty miles an hour with gusts of up to fifty miles an hour possible those gusty winds could result in a few small tree limbs coming down and isolated power outages another man is stepping forward claiming abuse against a priest and the buffalo diocese the man known only known as john doe spoke to reporters by phone has to wait until now shane i didn't know how people would respond so now it just you know it took this long for me to have the courage to come forward to speak about this he says this incident happened in nineteen eightyone wbz n is not naming the priest at this time the diocese acknowledges the priests name was not on the list released last month and the priest is still with the diocese the claim was reported march nineteenth jamestown police have charged a man with hanging a dog from a tree earlier this week robert overton faces felony counts of aggravated animal cruelty overton says the dog had been aggressive the first sign me.

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