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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"South bound after 4, 95 and Mansfield getting down into North Attleboro from an earlier car fire. 24 South bound. Watch out for crashing the breakdown lane here at route 44 Rain Ham 93 North bound, gets him standing cruise heading into that Braintree split to get delays behind them. Expressway looks like they're in pretty decent shape. Downtown Boston the same Not too bad along the river roads or through the airport tunnels. Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes are thank you very much, Kevin. So the snow is over, spreading the area right now. You do have a winter weather advisory for All of this afternoon and this evening through 10 o'clock, we have a winter storm warning north and west of Boston, which could see six or even seven inches of snow. The snow will really ramp up in the coming hours, and eventually it will clear tonight and what's on the ground will freeze tonight, so the rest of tonight could get dangerous in terms of travel or simply walking along the sidewalk. Tomorrow's gonna be icy, mostly sunny and cool, High 32 again a chance of some snow on Thursday and Friday. The new news is brought to you today by Window world of Boston, and it's snowing in Boston. Let's go back to the vaccine. What percentage of the population Needs to be vaccinated to have herd immunity against the virus. The CDC was asked that question they said they simply don't know yet the percentage needed. But in the words of Dr Fauci, it will not mutate if it can't replicate, meaning spread. So far roughly 10% of all Americans have gone at least one shot of the vaccine. 72% of the available doses distributed nationally have gone into arms. So what about the rest of it? All right. What? What happened to the rest of the doses? Where have they gone? The WBZ TV I team says some have gone to waste. Chief Investigative reporter Cheryl Fiandaca are liquid gold with the covert 19 vaccine and limited supply. No one wants to see a dose thrown away. I would not want to see a vaccine go to waste whatsoever. It's a matter of life and death. But the item has learned doses have gone to waste. Today. It happened at the Brockton Neighborhood Health Center.

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on KOMO

"Who said they wouldn't get the shot when you go to a unit like my unit come with unit. Where 40% off. My Latino nurses is no vaccine you get concerned. I mean, these are ladies that are seeing patients They in and day out, die when I asked him. Why don't you want the vaccine? The first thing is cultural. I remember when I was in Mexico, you know? Well it that would say if there is a massive vaccination campaign on there, no circumstance you let them give you the vaccine because you're gonna end up Sarah. Mean, and that stuff gets into your brain number two. The fact is that there a lot off Hispanic nurses that did not like our former president, on the fact that this vaccine kind of accelerate it. During his presidency makes them not want to get it. We need to start by educating our own healthcare providers. Finally last question back to you, Dr Sutton. Do you think that it's doable? Getting 300 million Americans vaccinated by the end of the summer, as the Biden administration wants it is a tall fee, but I do have a lot of optimism. If you look look at the wrong numbers recently, we've been able to get to at least that one million and possibly over above that 1.5 million goal I think we have we have. We have a really, really a very real chance of getting to that. Especially After the Biden administration has paid for an increased manufactured doses of the fighter and the Madonna vaccine and then also another participant in this race is the J and J vaccine, and I think when that gets involved, we'll see a steep increase in vaccination availabilities. I really do believe that we're going to get to that goal of vaccinating enough people to develop a vaccine induced Herd immunity. I know that it's really frustrating as well. But I will say that vaccinating the patients in long term care facilities is monumental. Although patients living in long term care facilities accommodate or create 1% of the general population of the United States, there are associated to over 38% of deaths associated to covert 19 So getting that large, got important group out of the way and vaccinating patients in long term care facilities is going to be monumental and decreasing the stress on the health care system. Dr Derrion seven. Joining us from Los Angeles appreciated Thank you. We'll let you get back to work. Thank you so much. Have a great day. The Department of Homeland Security is weak, issued a rare alert for hunting threat of domestic terror following the January 6 capital riot warning all Americans of the ongoing threat to their safety. It was the first time in more than a year that federal authorities needed to trigger the government's terrorism alert system, warning of violence by groups and extremists motivated by they said a range of issues. Josh Margolin is the chief investigative reporter here at ABC News He talked about why officials are so concerned about it on the ABC News podcast. Start here with our own bread, Milky. This was not some sort of internal bullet in one police agency talking.

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And he told them about his nurses on his staff who said they wouldn't get the shot when you go to a unit like my unit covert unit where 40% off my Latino nurses is no vaccine. You get concerned? I mean, these are ladies of our seeing patients. They in and day out, died when I asked him. Why don't you want the vaccine? The first thing is cultural. I remember when I was in Mexico, you know? Well it that would say if there is a massive vaccination campaign on there, no circumstance you let them give you the vaccine because you're gonna end up Sarah. I mean, and that stuff gets into your brain number two. The fact is that there a lot off Hispanic nurses that did not like our former president on the fact that this vaccine kind of accelerate it. During his presidency makes them not want to get it. We need to start by educating our own healthcare providers. Finally last question back to you, Dr Sutton. Do you think that it's doable? Getting 300 million Americans vaccinated by the end of the summer, as the Biden administration wants it is a tall feet, but I do have a lot of optimism. If you look look at the wrong numbers recently, we've been able to get to at least that one million and possibly over above that 1.5 million goal I think we have we have. We have a really, really very real chance of getting to that. Especially After the Biden administration has paid for it. Increased manufactured doses of the fighter and the Madonna vaccine and then also another participant in this race is the J and J vaccine, and I think when that gets involved, we'll see a steep increase in vaccination availabilities. I really do believe that we're going to get to that goal of vaccinating enough people to developer of vaccine induced herd immunity. I know that it's really frustrating as well. But I will say that vaccinating the patients in long term care facilities is monumental. Though patients living in long term care facilities accommodate or create 1% of the general population of the United States, there are associated to over 38% of deaths associated to covet 19 So getting that large, got important group out of the way and vaccinating patients in long term care facilities is going to be monumental and decreasing the stress on the health care system. Dr Derrion seven. Joining us from Los Angeles appreciated Thank you. We'll let you get back to work. Thank you so much. Have a great day. The Department of Homeland Security is weak, issued a rare alert for hunting threat of domestic terror following the January 6 capital riot warning all Americans of the ongoing threat to their safety. It was the first time in more than a year that federal authorities needed to trigger the government's terrorism alert system, warning violence by groups and extremists motivated by they said a range of issues. Josh Margolin is the chief investigative reporter here at ABC News He talked about why officials are so concerned about it on the ABC News podcast. Start here with our own bread, milky. This was not some sort of internal bullet in one police agency talking to another,.

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston's NewsRadio updating a story We've been reporting on a team with ties to the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe but went missing last month was apparently five months pregnant at the time this, according to the Cape Cod Times of Jail. Usha Hinckley apparently didn't show up for a doctor's appointment on the day that she went missing. Suspect in her disappearance is identified as Louise. Goes up shot and killed by authorities in Florida. Last week. The man convicted of killing Bella Bond, known for a time as baby Doe, breaks his silence. He spoke with double D B Z I team chief investigative reporter Cheryl Fiandaca Devil ZBZ is Carl Stevens with more Michael McCarthy is serving time for second degree murder. The former boyfriend of Bella Bond's mom was convicted of killing the baby He never testified, hasn't spoken publicly about the case at all. Until they sat down with W. B. C. I team chief investigative reporter Cheryl Fiandaca that he didn't want to come forward and tell the story and you know, basically he told us he was wrongfully convicted and that had nothing to do with the child down. And believed. In fact, it wasn't a murder at all. What is McCarthy think it was? Well, you have to tune in tonight. 11 O'clock. BBC TV Karl Stephen Stubborn. BC Boston's news radio Pepper Oh, police are not taking part in no shave November this year double BBC's Karen Regal tells us why Pepper police are instead staying baby faced for baby Reese. Resync is the son of Officer Justin Zinc. Reese was born in September with a rare genetic condition that causes developmental issues and epilepsy. There were only about 200 other cases in the whole world. So Officer Justin Zinc fellow officers created to go fund me for their communal nephew who couldn't have been born to a nicer guy, says Pepper. Police Chief David Scott is really keeping an eye on all of us when it comes Stay and protected during the pandemic. So much so that the guys have started er the nickname Folke for him. So far, a go fund me has raised over $72,000 among the expenses having to travel to Philadelphia. Treatment. Karen Regal W B Z, Boston's NewsRadio winner has been declared in the presidential race..

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega documents when President Trump's team first learned about the virus surfacing in Wuhan, China, Really we go way back to get inside of the head off this administration at the time when this virus first broke, and and you'll remember this was a president. This wasn't the administration. In the middle of an impeachment trial. The virus they're working hard. Looks like by April. You know, In theory, when it gets a little warmer, miraculously goes away. Hope that's true. And you'll remember back then these video clips of the president, downplaying repeatedly downplaying what we were hearing coming out of China. I spoke with President XI and they're working very, very hard on. I think it's gonna all work out. Find rough stuff. I tell you rough, rough stuff, but I think it's gonna work out. Bob was trying to get information in real time exactly what was going on over there. The reality is China wasn't being transparent about anything that was happening inside that country. The frustration is that he wanted to get his team there. And to go to one and find out what was going on. But the Chinese were not allowing that as far back as January, some of the nation's foremost disease trackers and former national security officials in both the Obama and Bush administrations were frantically emailing each other back and forth, but how concerned they truly were about this virus. They called the email chain Red Dawn ABC News chief investigative reporter Josh Margolin was one of the first to tell their story, and we talked about it this week explained to us Red Dawn. Can you get the timeline for us what we're looking at? When these experts were saying, Whoa, we got something going on here. We all know that the story.

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"South bound side for anyone. From Charles. Down towards the North end area, You'll find that the temporary bridge deck will be put into has been put into place by now. It is 70 degrees in Boston. The skies mostly clear. I'm Jack Heart W B z traffic on the threes. Here's the four day W B Z AccuWeather forecast on this Saturday morning. Expect patchy clouds and fog blows mostly in the mid sixties. Later today, it will become much warmer with sunshine and patchy clouds High 86 along the coast but over reached the low nineties in some inland suburbs. Tonight mostly clear, warm and humid, Low 70 hot, humid day Tomorrow Sunday, we'll have a blend of sun and clouds high 92 accurate The real field temperatures, though near 100 Monday, still hot and humid, there could be a gusty thunderstorm. Eyes around 90 All Mac you weather meteorologist Cur Bobinsky double Visi Boston's news radio. Good morning I'm done Have Here's what's happening. A lawsuit has been filed against leaders at the Holy Oak Soldiers home the facility where 76 veteran residents died from an outbreak of covert 19. BBC TV chief investigative reporter Cheryl Fiandaca has more this was a tragedy that never should have happened Friday, attorneys for the family of one of the veterans Filed 100 $76 million lawsuit against the former secretary of Veterans affairs, the superintendent of the hole and three others directly involved in providing medical care heard a result of the actions of five defendants people primarily responsible for their care. The lawsuit is based on a scathing state report. I found the home's leadership made catastrophic mistakes and failed to stem the spread of the virus leading to deplorable.

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And keep in mind that the North Washington Street Bridge new traffic pattern on the South bound side goes into a into a fact. This overnight watch for detours when you get to that area. 18 70 degrees in Boston. The sky is clear. I'm jacquard w busy traffic on the threes. Here's the four day W B Z AccuWeather forecast on the Saturday morning expect patchy clouds and fall glows mostly in the mid sixties. Later today, you will become much warmer with sunshine and patchy clouds High 86 along the coast but over reach the little nineties in some inland suburbs. Tonight mostly clear, warm and humid, Low 70 hot, humid day Tomorrow Sunday, we'll have a blend of sun and clouds high 92 accurate The real field temperatures, though near 100 Monday, still hot and humid, there could be a gusty thunderstorm. Eyes around 90 All Mac you weather meteorologist. Curb Bobinsky double Visi Boston's news radio. Good morning. I'm done half Here's what's happening. A lawsuit has been filed against leaders at the Holy Oak Soldiers home the facility where 76 veteran residents died from an outbreak of covert 19 BBC TV chief investigative reporter Cheryl Fiandaca has Maur. This was a tragedy that never should have Happy Friday, Attorneys for the family of one of the veterans filed 100 $76 million lawsuit against the former secretary of Veterans affairs. The superintendent of the hole, and three others directly involved in providing medical care heard a result of the actions of five defendants people primarily responsible for their care. The lawsuit is based on a scathing state report. They found the home's leadership made catastrophic mistakes and failed to stem the spread of the virus leading to deplorable.

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The Obama administration they had recordings of the phone calls between Flynn and the Russian ambassador because they were bugging the Russian ambassador they knew McCabe no call me new clapper Brennan they all knew Flynn had done nothing improper the fact that they occurred the phone calls occurred the fact that they reported the phone calls was to Stoke the claim that Flynn may have agreed to to drop sanctions that Obama had imposed on Russia the fact that he was talking to the Russian ambassador I didn't you know so we can't release the details but we have reason to believe that Flynn was acting against the odds of the Obama they made all of this up the transcripts of the phone calls are there nothing untoward or illegal happened and they all know what there was no basis to ever believe that Michael Flynn would be a Russian spy there was no basis to believe that he had committed a crime but call me McCabe Obama they thought maybe they could nail him for violating the Logan act they didn't even need to interview Flynn fox that was another thing that was manufactured made up they had phone calls they have the transcript of the phone calls that he had made with the Russian ambassador they did not need to ask you about them except if they wanted to send a perjury trap which they did all right again the reason why I'm spending so much time on all of this is that it hasn't ended it isn't over I guarantee you this you randomly watch CNN the next couple days and you'll see a story about trump Russia collusion they will not even of that even though they might report this plan case was dropped the fact that trump colluded with Russia is still something that people in the drive by media referred to and report on as though it was an event that happened in the trump got away with it it's just a smaller couldn't find any evidence but trump did it we all know trump did they say we just can't find any evidence that's how they keep it alive and it's the same people who are trying to destroy this country in other ways taking advantage of the arrival of this virus to do so let me take you back grab audio sound bite number eleven and number twelve December first two thousand seventeen so trump in an office eleven months and this is an ABC news special report George Stephanopoulos is speaking with the chief investigative reporter Brian Ross and they're talking about Flynn this today Flynn pled guilty to one count of lying to the FBI Stephanopoulos said Brian this might suggest that Michael Flynn had a fair amount of information to offer if he's pled guilty it must mean he had a lot of turnover what does it mean Ryan he's.

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DHS reportedly concerned Zoom may be vulnerable to foreign spies

Clark Howard

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

DHS reportedly concerned Zoom may be vulnerable to foreign spies

"We're learning now zoom could be vulnerable to intrusions by foreign governments spy services Josh Margolis chief investigative reporter here at ABC news what's the department of homeland security so concerned about they have questions about the security measures that are in place and whether or not the zoom platform is protected from intrusions and the questions that are raised in the issues of concern for American intelligence now are that the zoom platform is not secure from the potential intrusions of foreign spy agencies foreign governments the civically China is what the

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Calling upon from ABC news hi Todd at president trump issued a stark warning to Iran on Saturday threatening to have dozens of targets in the Islamic Republic quote very fast and very hard if it retaliates for the targeted killing of the head of the Iran's Likud's force in usually unusually specific language trump tweeted that his administration had already targeted fifty two Iranian sites some of very high level an important to a run in the Runnin culture add a new bulletin from the department of homeland security sent to law enforcement agencies nationwide Saturday warns homegrown violent extremist could capitalize on heightened tensions with Iran what's been happening since Thursday night when the attack was first confirm then long before the federal government actually asked agencies to start doing plans you have police forces around the country especially in metropolitan centers that have these kinds of plans for how to mobilize and increase their vigilance as they call it increase their presence ABC's chief investigative reporter Josh more golden yeah so I wore demonstrations in downtown Los Angeles Saturday and across the country in response to the killing of Iran's top general twenty twenty candid and former vice president Joe Biden addressing the situation said he hopes president trump's list trump listens to his advisors the hope is that the the present at least has a plan as a plant that this that he's thought through what the second and third iteration of this are going to be by Matt has a van in Vietnam I was Saturday afternoon areas of New South Wales threatening.

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And we can get them Pollock pines from ABC news hi Todd at president trump issued a stark warning to Iran on Saturday threatening to have dozens of targets in the Islamic Republic quote very fast and very hard if it retaliates for the targeted killing of the head of the Iran's Likud's force in usually unusually specific language trump tweeted that his administration had already targeted fifty two were running insights someone very high level and important to a run in the Runnin culture add a new bulletin from the department of homeland security sent to law enforcement agencies nationwide Saturday warns homegrown violent extremist could capitalize on heightened tensions with Iran what's been happening since Thursday night when the attack was first confirm then long before the federal government actually asked agencies to start doing plans you have police forces around the country especially in metropolitan centers that have these kinds of plans for how to mobilize and increase their vigilance as they call it increase their presence ABC's chief investigative reporter Josh more golden yeah so I wore demonstrations in downtown Los Angeles Saturday and across the country in response to the killing of Iran's top general twenty twenty candidate and former vice president Joe Biden addressing the situation said he hopes president trump's list trump listens to his advisors the hope is that the the present at least has a plan as a plant that this says that he's thought through what the second and third iteration of this are going to be by Matt has a van in Vinton ia Saturday afternoon areas of New South Wales threatening to rise a hundred fifteen degrees authorities warning these temperatures along with high winds maintaining severe fire conditions in Australia.

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"From ABC news hi Todd at president trump issued a stark warning to Iran on Saturday threatening to have dozens of targets in the Islamic Republic quote very fast and very hard if it retaliates for the targeted killing of the head of the Iran's Likud's force in usually unusually specific language trump tweeted that his administration had already targeted fifty two Irani insights someone very high level and important to Iran in the Iranian culture add a new bulletin from the department of homeland security sent to law enforcement agencies nationwide Saturday warns homegrown violent extremist could capitalize on heightened tensions with Iran what's been happening since Thursday night when the attack was first confirm them long before the federal government actually asked agencies to start doing plans you have police forces around the country especially in metropolitan centers that have these kinds of plans for how to mobilize and increase their vigilance as they call it increase their presence ABC's chief investigative reporter Josh more golden it I wore demonstrations in downtown Los Angeles Saturday and across the country in response to the killing of Iran's top general twenty twenty candidate and former vice president Joe Biden addressing the situation said he hopes president trump's list trump listens to his advisors the hope is that the the president lease has a plan as a plant that this says that he's thought through what the second and third iteration of this are going to be buying that has a van invent not Iowa Saturday afternoon areas of New South Wales threatening to rise a hundred fifteen degrees authorities warning these temperatures along with high winds maintaining severe fire conditions in Australia.

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Starts now ABC news I taught at president trump issued a stark warning to Iran on Saturday threatening to have dozens of targets in the Islamic Republic quote very fast and very hard if it retaliates for the targeted killing of the head of the Iran's Likud's force and usually I'm usually specific language trump tweeted that his administration had already targeted fifty two Irani insights someone very high level and important to Iran in the Iranian culture add a new bulletin from the department of homeland security sent to law enforcement agencies nationwide Saturday warns homegrown violent extremist could capitalize on heightened tensions with Iran what's been happening since Thursday night when the attack was first confirm them long before the federal government actually asked agencies to start doing plans you have police forces around the country especially in metropolitan centers that have these kinds of plans for how to mobilize and increase their vigilance as they call it increase their presence ABC's chief investigative reporter Josh more golden I wore demonstrations in downtown Los Angeles Saturday and across the country in response to the killing of Iran's top general twenty twenty candidate and former vice president Joe Biden addressing the situation said he hopes president trump's list trump listens to his advisors the hope is that the the president lease has a plan as a plant that this says that he's thought through what the second and third iteration of this are going to be buying that has a van in Vinton ia Saturday afternoon areas of New South Wales threatening to rise a hundred fifteen degrees authorities warning these temperatures along with high winds maintaining severe fire conditions in Australia.

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I am taught at president trump issued a stark warning to Iran on Saturday threatening to have dozens of targets in the Islamic Republic quote very fast and very hard if it retaliates for the targeted killing of the head of the Iran's Likud's force in usually unusually specific language trump tweeted that his administration had already targeted fifty two Irani insights someone very high level and important to Iran in the Iranian culture add a new bulletin from the department of homeland security sent to law enforcement agencies nationwide Saturday warns homegrown violent extremist could capitalize on heightened tensions with Iran what's been happening since Thursday night when the attack was first confirmed and long before the federal government actually asked the agencies to start doing plans you have police forces around the country especially in metropolitan centers that have these kinds of plans for how to mobilize and increase their vigilance as they call it increase their presence ABC's chief investigative reporter Josh more golden do we want it now so I wore demonstrations in downtown Los Angeles Saturday and across the country in response to the killing of Iran's top general twenty twenty candid and former vice president Joe Biden addressing the situation said he hopes president trump's list trump listens to his advisors the hope is that the the present at least has a plan as a plant that this said that he saw through what the second and third iteration of this are going to be by Matt has a van in Vinton ia Saturday afternoon areas of New South Wales threatening to rise a hundred fifteen degrees authorities warning these temperatures along with high winds maintaining severe fire conditions in Australia so we.

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

14:16 min | 3 years ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on KTRH

"Murrow awards and that's very impressive folksy is the chief investigative reporter at WSMV TV in Nashville Tennessee your lives there with his wife and children the darkest time of night is his first novel and of course the one we have right now was called the dark above journey welcome back how are you George it's so great to be back on with you I of course like so many of your other listeners just let his sound your voice and things just get exciting every time a mall and so I am I'm I'm thrilled to be here again did you hear about that story of the sixty six year old photographer who apparently had been taking pictures of then Jon Benet Ramsey has been arrested on child **** and people are now beginning to wonder if he should again be the suspect they looked at him the first time around it's horrifying and it's it's disturbing and when I when I first saw it I had to kind of read the read it twice to think about it really reading this and I'm working on an investigation now into someone it's charged with a similar crime and I'll tell you Georgia Justin get scarier than that all I would love to turn you loose on that story in Colorado journey into gosh unbelievable so have you been in the last year so it's been fantastic the the run for the darkest time the night first book has been just one of the greatest professional achievements I've ever had because of all the connections I've been able to make with people in the paranormal community and people just told me extraordinary stories and and I'm thrilled to be out with a sequel now the dark above released today and and it really again reflects so most of the research that I've done in two objections and mysterious disappearances and it's just been incredible to to hear the stories I've heard in the past year or so and to really you know engage with this community of people that are always looking for the truth these are incredible novels that you have written that I think should be turned into movies ordered a television programs to be sure but they're also based a lot on real things in life aren't thank they are it is interesting to tell the story of where the the novels came from the earth rulers as you mentioned there fictional thriller is deeply rooted in to the research that I've done for several years now into objections alien abductions but it did it all started from my mother in law which is what an unusual source she's a wonderful lady very quiet very unassuming raised five children including my wife and and we really didn't know too much about anything else that she had done when she was quite young and it turned out she kind of dropped a bombshell on us yeah I guess it's been about six seven years ago that when my father in law was in law school she had to make money to make ends meet and she was a researcher for a UFO researcher and she was his primarily his secretary and she would tell these incredible stories of taking these phone calls from people all over the world and they were scary stories and infighting stories and and really disturbing story is and she she told me the fact that she had been the secretary for this professor at the time all she said was he was a very well known professor in UFO research which university we was and it but it was really fascinating to hear this person that was deeply rooted in reality and had lived this life of a very normal life to have kept to this I don't see a secret but it was just not something that she talked about very often the tissue that is really extraordinary experience with the unknown in the paranormal and then so for her to talk about that really got juices flowing in the idea of the darkest time of night and then the dark about I'm going to guess who that professor was because to me there was only one great professor involved in ufology that I know of and that was J. Allen Hynek year when the rise during being being the I it it's interesting so when I first started doing my research into the kind of research that was done in the nineteen sixties because that's where the darkest time of night truly begin and it was it was I wanted to set my novel in the same time period that my mother in law was a secretary for him but I didn't I didn't ask who the professor was even though I was very much wanted to I didn't ask because I wanted there to be a great separation between whole real life experiences and what I would write in my novels I didn't want anyone to think okay this is based on my mother in law we based on was her experiences which then would would launch into the thrillers but it was only recently that you know I kind of was bugging her a little bit I can really like you know because I can't think outside the Hynek it's got a high neck and didn't of course you cannot and confirmed it and to me that was just the greatest revelation because I sense of course read extensively about him in his research and I watch the history channel theories on him and in in read more articles that I think a more to deeply rooted in the what what really happened it's so good to think that my mother in law and inserted through heard as kind of a proxy you have that kind of connection to this legendary UFO researchers just been one of the great revelations I think in the last couple years for me in Germany she must've seen the metamorphosis of J. Allen Hynek where he went from a project Bluebook consultants skeptic to us you know a swamp gas guys explain her to a believer that you oppose were extraterrestrial forming his own study group absolutely and it was so it was it Northwestern University where she was working for him as as a secretary and it shall remember you know she talked about it tour she said you know he would use it I'm currently brilliant and he was an astronomer right and he wasn't in his is strongly department she worked in the in a special on the department was he worked and he said all the professors were incredibly kind including Hynde and it would say that they you know again we get all of these really bizarre strange calls from all over the world from people that were just you know desperate for help which again form of the idiot that idea for the darkest time of night which he did and she's not only saw him do that but then of course was familiar with his work and when he would go on to be a consultant on close encounters of the third kind and then of course he was an extra in the movie was a lot of people don't realize is that he was you know is is kind of like a a fun aside on that a bit is that you know the person that define truly the close encounter a system of what composing counters would be it you know her eyes was just really fascinating for writing to us the and of course when the series was made on the history channel I think she got a really big kick out of that knowing that she had this brush with this of this legend in the industry tell me about the title of the the latest book the dark above so it's the darkest time of night for your listeners they would be interested in reading the book tells the story of the abduction of a US senators grants on and when no one is able to find him from the FBI to the military to the National Guard the grand mother the boy's grandmother the senator's wife has to return to her life that she has kept purposely hidden for workers the UFO researcher because she sees similarities what's happened to her grandson and what has happened in in in his case and all the cases used to research in the nineteen sixties so that's the target time of night and it truly reflected to me to talk about the the young boy disappears in the literal the darkest time of night in some wards behind the senators home but also referenced darkest time a full life having to look for her beloved grandson in these in this search Asian and risking so much of her own reputation to to find him when we got to the sequel which takes place fifteen years after the boy disappears I really wanted to encapsulate the all of what we all kind of feel when or out in the middle of a field away from the City Lights or out driving he would look up and we see the fastness of what's above us and it can either be inspiring or I think in some cases it can be terrifying and I really wanted to encapsulate that concept in the title because what happens in the sequel and I want to give away too much but it is very much a kind of a roller coaster thrill ride if you will of what happens to all these people fifteen years after the the circumstances of the darkest time of night when they truly have to encounter what is out there what is terrifying in the universe in what could possibly be happening on our planet as a result so the idea came from my my wife and I were sitting outside in our backyard and we live close enough to downtown to where we don't we some of the and light pollution from the city was but it was a very clear night and I was looking up and just thinking about the vast miss and even as a child sometimes laying outside looking up at the stars you kind of just get that is yeah you can just get lost looking up at it and that's where the idea came from for the title just the ruling council acting kind of that fear we sometimes feel the of the fastness of space Jeremy you want to get your reaction to what I'm going to read to you it happened of course in nineteen sixty six and dexter Michigan where Dr J. Allen Hynek was the consultant for project blue book and he was sent there to investigate this series of strange lights that people were reporting all over the place but listen to listen to this part of the story he spent one afternoon he spent hours looking for evidence in the dexter swamp and he was accompanied by the Washtenaw county sheriff Douglas Harvey who let the local response to the sightings afterwards on the drive back from the swamp hi Nick told the sheriff he did not have an explanation for the sightings had no idea what they were later back at the sheriff's office hi Nick apparently received a phone call from Washington DC according to the sheriff hi Nick stepped out of the office took the call came back in a few minutes later he looked shaken he had his head down he was mumbling swamp gas swamp gas it was swamp gas then they say I don't think hi Nick knew what swamp gas wars is it conceivable that somebody in Washington forced China to say that yeah I have to tell you don't only get absolutely is not only conceivable it is probably the the fact at the time what I've always found fascinating about him and you know this is a journalist and myself as an investigative journalist is he has so much of what we do is pushing a not only find the truth but to go through these barriers of people telling us only has to be this way you know it can't possibly be this has to be this and especially dealing with with the government there are so many times even through just routine daily reporting that we will treat hold things that is part of the spin cycle which is Hey you know we if if we can if we can spend it this way then if we can convince this reporter this then then you know then we can mulled own truth that that goes out there and so I think in Hynix case and what I'd just love about the guy is that here he was in he was truly hired as you know and many of your listeners know to be a complete skeptic to disprove this and here was this man of troop of truth and integrity and fax in slowly but surely tapped into getting this push back over and over and over again from from is it government officials and and you know people telling this could be real and then ultimately coming to the conclusion I think there's so many of us to has to be something to it there has to be something there's just too many people with too many stories that are unexplained but they're not to be something to it so it did it I think to the root of your question it would not surprise me especially in that time period when there was so much concern about foreign powers and and things like that in the it is concerned about his stereo when it would come to any type of government control or or conspiracies that it would not surprise me at all hi Nick was in full scale waged against people trying to hide the tears and then of course it ate away at him that swamp gas there we just ate away at him for the rest of his life he formed the center for UFO studies in Illinois which was a huge organization to investigate your full she wrote the book close encounters of the third kind that Steven Spielberg tur turned into a movie and you she was under the so much she even had a cameo role in the film that's right and I I again I think I was I was telling the story that is one of my mother in law's favorite things because she was recognized him the only see what he was up briefly in the film with his pipe what is life I believe he was either that was placed.

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of clouds and sun pleasant mid sixties. Tomorrow, partly cloudy cool around fifty tomorrow night. They had look for mother's day. Cloudy, some rain and drizzle south of the city on mother's day. Temperatures near sixty Monday. Cloudy damp, quite chilly for mid-may occasional rain, Monday in the fifties and overcast and sixty two in Boston right now. Seventy five elevators safety, the subject of WBZ TV. I team investigation. WBZ's Carl Stevens spoke with team chief investigative reporter, Cheryl fan, DACA. She says her team has uncovered troubling information about the more than forty thousand registered elevators currently operates. In the state on the team tonight. We looked into elevator inspections status required to conduct safety elevator inspections in the Commonwealth. And we found that there were forty five hundred more than forty five hundred that had not been inspected. So they had expired inspection stickers. But they are still in operation. We also found that the state has about forty thousand a little over forty thousand light excuse me. The the state has over forty thousand registered elevators in Massachusetts in just sixty eight inspectors. So it makes it a little challenging to be able to make all these inspections on time. And when somebody gets into Nella later they're hoping for safety. I mean is this kind of a red flag forty five hundred is a lot forty five hundred a lot. You know, we spoke to a watchdog group the pioneer institute, and they say that this has been a reoccurring problem back in two thousand fourteen the state auditor put out a report showing that they had a significant back log on inspections and that backlog continues. And you know, this pioneer institute, basically told us that there's.

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Mom found dead in trunk of kidnap suspect's car, family says

WBZ Afternoon News

01:27 min | 3 years ago

Mom found dead in trunk of kidnap suspect's car, family says

"Good afternoon. I'm Josh binswanger. Here's what's happening. New developments in the death of Jesse Korea. We go now to our Kim Tunnicliffe who is live outside the home in Dorchester, Kim. Good afternoon. Josh will there's hugs and heartbreak the home of Jesse Korea's dash here on Ashman straight, family members and friends continued to pour into the house. They don't want to be together while they tried to come to terms with the fact that they'll never see Jesse again, understandably there's been crying sobbing and even wailing coming from the house, we've been told that Korea's mother or father will be coming out to speak to the media. But that hasn't happened yet. The body of the twenty three year old mother was found in a trunk and Louis Coleman's car which was pulled over in Delaware yesterday. Coleman has been arraigned in Delaware on a fugitive charge. He'll be returned to New England at some point this weekend. She's from providence providence police have charged him with kidnapping and mutilation of a dead human body in Dorchester, Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio. As kim. Just mentioned the suspect Louis Coleman is from providence and Rhode Island. Authorities believe he took Jesse Korea to. Apartment before heading south. We spoke with WPRI TV's chief investigative reporter, Tim white was not going into the apartment under her own power. So we don't know lifeless. We don't know she was unconscious, but certainly investigators believe he had to bring her into

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:35 min | 3 years ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Never cease to amaze me, which just when you think you've you've seen it all you get another headline that says single mother of nine running an international drug trafficking rain with her kids, by the way. Yeah. Well, family business. You know, I guess trying to get get them started off in future and drug trafficking for themselves entrepreneurs, I guess to help us out a little bit with this chief investigative reporter not on your side. Craig cheat him on the phone with us, sir. How are you? Hey, how's it going? Thanks for having me. No, thanks for stopping with us. Now this when I read the headline for this. And Rachel was tell me about it. I'm like. How do you just sit there? And you're like this is. All the time. Right. Yeah. It's not. We'll take us take the audience back through the story because it's it's pretty impressive that this happened basically next door. Yeah. It's in our backyard. So back in nineteen Eighty-six. The woman who founded this drug trafficking organization admitted in court records that cheap smuggled her two year old son Sergio across the southern US border from Mexico to California. Stayed out there for a while. And eventually the family the growing family settled in the Dayton area. She was here. According to court records for probably about a decade. The father of one of her children who I guess was providing some income for the family left the court records. She indicated that she felt deserted at nowhere to turn the rental house. They lived in had no heat for a winter. She was walking to a factory job in the snow. And she decided, hey, I'll sell some illegal drugs and put some food on the table. That's how it usually starts though. I think so, you know, so at least, you know, that I think that is all joking aside. It really is a reason why some people turn to illicit businesses like this because they feel like they have no other option, and the fact that she was undocumented. We're prevent her from getting a lot of jobs so anyway, whether it's legit or notch. He decided to she decided she was going to sell drugs, and she built this business into an international drug trafficking operation that according to the DA. Affidavits that we've reviewed. Probably added up to a million dollars a year. I'm sorry. Not a million a million dollars a week back in the back in peak operation, she was handling according to some confidential informants he was handling fifteen kilos or more of cocaine and heroin in a week. And when you compare the price of the drug to the amount of the drug you come up with more than a million dollars. Now, this drug ring was very influential. They suspect in creating the opioid crisis that we're currently dealing with correct. Yeah. Well, it was one of it's it's been one of many very large organizations that has found a way to connect with. Very big suppliers in Mexico and create in effect, if not a direct pipeline to Mexico at least a direct pipeline to two states, like Arizona, California, and some of the major suppliers there, and those suppliers will have a direct pipeline to to cartels in Mexico. And so she she actually conducted transactions directly with Mexican drug companies and our drugs drug traffickers, and you know, I mean, it's it's incredible. So the DA brought her down, and and her son Sergio who was conducting business with her as a teenager. And probably I think it was maybe six seven members of your organization and all back, maybe a decade ago. Mom went to prison in two thousand nine still in prison. Son was. The sentenced to prison in two thousand nine as well, he got out in two thousand fifteen and had been plea had been pleading for reduced sentence because he was going to turn his life around and he couldn't have helped himself. He was a victim of circumstances with mom launching this business, and you know, they couldn't help himself. So he gets out of out of prison, and they deported to Mexico where he takes over the family business and runs from Mexico. And then in two thousand. Seventy back this stuff. I know that a two thousand seventeen they'll the federal McGinn, and, you know, more indictments this time, the son Sergio is is indicted again, and his his little sister Lisbeth was also indicted. She was convicted and is still in prison for her role, the older brother used her, according to the feds as is his key contact point in Dayton. And so big brother, according to the records, which supply would send kilos of narcotics to the cartel. Also in Mexico, which would then ship the product into the United States. The product would arrive in Dayton where she would. Help distribute the product with local with local drug traffickers, I this is I mean, there are so many layers to this story right now Craig work, they could check it out. And then we've got it up at guide on seven hundred w w we have the w CPO's detailed report up on our site to. So and I'm sure we can go to WC also really appreciate that guys. It's just nuts. I mean, I, you know, like, you guys I've heard a lot of crazy stories over the years, but I got a bit haven't heard one like this one. That's a hell of a part time job going through high school. Thank you. Thank you so much. All right. Thank god. We got news here on seven hundred wwl w..

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"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"chief investigative reporter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ Boston's News Radio. I'm pretty big delays out there on the commuter rail. This morning, he'll is says they used every piece of equipment. They had the problem is simply more people coming into the city right now, then they had available trains and combined that with normal commuters who come in for work. Just a lot of people out there right now, not helping things by the way. There is a derailment on the green line d branch. This is happening right now at Beaconsfield right there in Brooklyn's if your parking west of town, trying to take the deep branch in maybe trying to leave you're like that woman who left a little bit early shuttle buses right now running in both directions on the green line. Deep branch. You can expect severe delays might want to consider the sea or the b branches of the green line as an alternate. This twelve thirty six and today, we're remembering a friend colleague and member of the WBZ family, Gary LaPierre he passed away yesterday. Due to complications from leukemia at his home on the north shore from the Beatles. Visit to Boston to forced busing to the blizzard of seventy eight and the. September eleventh attacks for more than forty years. There wasn't a story that touched Massachusetts that Gary Pierre did not put his Mark on including when a Senator from Boston John Carey made it to the national stage, the junior Senator from Massachusetts centerstage last night to accept his party's nomination and this morning the heads out on a cross country tour Gary began his career WBZ as a general assignment reporter back in the early nineteen sixties eventually becoming chief investigative reporter. And then morning anchor. His calm, steady voice conveyed, the news and conveyed a sense of friendship and trust. According to longtime colleague, and friend, Peter me. I believe words, you're overused. So when you say unique giant he's set the pace she was. Broadcasting in New England, Gary LaPierre's died peacefully surrounded by his family..

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'Trump's Son Should Be Concerned': FBI Obtained Wiretaps

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:59 min | 4 years ago

'Trump's Son Should Be Concerned': FBI Obtained Wiretaps

"Hello i'm joy reid in for lawrence o'donnell and we have breaking news on the russian destination just in tonight and it's something that will likely cause concern inside the trump white house and inside the immediate family of donald trump reporting comes to us from michael isikoff of yahoo news and the headline get straight to the point trump's son should be concerned fbi obtained wiretaps of putin of a putin ally who met with trump junior is a cough reports the fbi obtain secret wiretaps collected by spanish police of conversations involving alexander torsion a deputy governor of russia's central bank who has forged close ties with american lawmakers and the national rifle association that led to a meeting with donald trump junior during the gun lobby's annual convention in louisville in may of two thousand sixteen atop spanish prosecutor said on friday the prosecutor saying quote just a few months ago the wiretaps of these telephone conversations were given to the fbi and asked to who was concerned about torsion meetings with donald trump junior and other american political figures the spanish prosecutor replied quote mr trump's son should be concerned down the phone is the reporter who broke the story michael isikoff chief investigative reporter for yahoo news he's also the co co author of russian roulette okay michael so get walk us through this a little bit jose greened up who is investigating spanish organized crime hi how does he wind up in a story that involved alexander torsion and donald trump junior well i'll say grin is a legendary prosecutor in spain he has spent years investigating prosecuting russian organized crime figures in in his country and in the course of one of his investigations in two thousand thirteen he has secret wiretaps play.

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