31 Burst results for "Courtney Smith"

"courtney smith" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

09:10 min | 2 months ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I'm not kidding you. The i have been tempted in restaurants just walking past tables to grab somebody's fries. That hasn't happened to you guys. I've done it you've done to me being on like actual photographs retry to zoom in on it with your fingers and you just make a big streak cross it. A bigger frye yes. I've licked my computer screen when it's on there. I love french fries. Stugatz citizen love french fries. I thought it. I thought it was always someone out there. That was the one thing american could agree on. I thought that that was the one place. Where every citizen in our country would indeed be united across fifty states. This is live at our show with stu. Gods diana is the investigations editor for defector media. And i was happy to see that she stayed on this story story after the headlines and the noise disappeared courtney smith you may remember some of this okay. Some of it happened in public. Some of it happened in the shadows but urban meyer was able to withstand what seems like a real leadership breach and then turn it into a promotion after what happened with one of his assistant coaches zac smith. And diana's telling the story of his ex wife it's an unholy mess. And as i said she works for defector media. You should check it out. Thank you for making the time. Diana explained to me how it is that this story came together. Because a courtney smith is not someone. I had not read this much detail about her story. Yeah for civil. Thank you for having made. It came about this little by little a little bit happenstance. I had talked to courtney smith in the past Off the record or on background and then would urban. Meyer was announced as the head. Coach of the jacksonville jaguars. I just said to her message. They have big of you today. You know see blake the decent human thing to do because we had spoke it and you know. He gets announces the coaches. So there's all this story is oh a new era great news for urban deterred at I just do that. Had to be hard for her. So said to her message And she wrote back. I just said a paraphrasing but so the effective you know. I think i'm ready to to tell a story yes. Some time had passed. She had finished nursing school He felt like she was in a place where she could do that at. I just said oh okay that was it actually So i just want to say The a lot of credit to her obviously the story could not have happened without her openness doing multiple interviews with me as you could be into her whole like she really did have to open up her life in a way that can be very uncomfortable. and so. I think she deserves a lot of credit for doing that. For the uninformed. what is that story. I would say this really is a story about institutional failure She was in a relationship with her ex husband that she has unlivable times. It has documented errors investigated by police of police. Do recommend criminal charges All which to say was physically and emotionally abusive and she finally was able to get out of that relationship thankfully a establish herself as a real person. Get out get around hold when all the starts become public because it's backing. I did not lead with the support piece of information. Her ex husband is accident. He was a wide receivers coach at ohio. State of urban meyer. Also the grads. That have earl. Bruce of former ohio state football coaches well famously. A mentor to urban meyer When all this became public eventually Every single institution in some way They all looked out for themselves. Instead of courtney And so that ended up with a lot of information not coming out. When this was the focus of national media came out later when a lot of people had moved on. You know. that's the end result where you see Urban meyer slick suspended for three games and then again. Ohio state did not release physical copies of his text messages until after he had retired and was a studio analyst with fox The police sat up public records for lunch. The clubs dispatched actually had just sue to get the police to release these records Because the police chief at the time said releasing them could identify zack's men and that could violate zack's this privacy. Just even the ohio state bands who immediately. We're jumping to defend. Zack smith at accordions. Position of everyone's telling her yeah. She's crazy she's a liar. She's out to destroy urban and zach and she's thinking there's all this evidence i have given a police. You know there's all these supposed to just that i know ohio state has could see little come out until months if not the urban text messages came out a year later and that was very frustrating for her A guy frustrating feels like too small word. Frankly on so yeah. Basically it's it's that story all these institutions they chose their own side instead of Do anything for her. And even what happened after that scandal With zach smith who Has tried to create his old media. Company feels odd to be talking about this else's media company with podcast that is still endorsed by ohio state players. He had a tailgate not too long ago. That said braxton miller would be there so just sort of the way these institutions When given a difficult decision to make just look out for themselves and in some ways still do beyond what you've mentioned. What do you regard as the most appalling details in the story you for me. It was Finally really sitting down with urban meyer's text messages And i don't know why. But what i really remember is the day. This first became public Because zack smith had violated a trespass. Warning you begin by powell police. He was charged with that created. A court document I should say court docket. That's a public record. Everyone sees ever was like whoa. What's up with the wide receivers coach for saks fifth And you see urban texting about it. All he's talking about is his recruiting class. Oh how is this going to affect our recruit class. Used on intech soundstages zach. Spending some of his other coaches like we need to talk this guy this guy. What if we lose this recruit. And i mean and this is what he. At and we don't evolves accident we know that urban knew about the massive investigation twenty fifteen. And so you know this person who's been investigated domestic as now charge kurbanov trespass And you're worried about your recruiting class. I just That's just really sticks out to me. There's a lot more text messages taking us through those couple of days and you just see how urban and everyone. I said this story what stood out. They don't say courtney's name hardly ever took the x. y. For the problem or is a thing we have to manage like. She's not even a human being. It really dehumanizes her in a way that really stuck with me to think. Oh my god and of course they all knew courtenay. She'd been his wife. She been attached to the program. She'd how many dinners and events you know. We know that they knew her And i do not be able to to name her and to think of this is something that may Oh no the biggest issues has got hurt. Your recruiting class. That really stuck with me. As just how warped our priorities can become in spending time with her and forgive me if this question is a bit ignorant in doing comparison shopping. But as courtney experienced it what was worse the abuse or what happened after the abuse became public the terror of the abuse or feeling afterward like she is a victim again because institutions are now falling on her. I think. I think those are really part and parcel..

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"courtney smith" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

05:14 min | 2 months ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Over if i'm flicking around in any time rickles design he just destroys and you know ninety percent of it now you could never say but in the seventies he just destroys and i did a deep dive one night because i was just like i. Just don't understand. Why rickles never became huge star in it was kind of the same thing with norm. He got these different chances to be on. The sitcoms theater variety show he'd cpo sharkey and they can never kind of figure out. Whatever made rickles special late night shows how to move that in no tv show. And i kind of feel like norm was the same way he was really. He was the best lately. Guest is at least in the if you mount rushmore of best late night guests of the last twenty five years. He has to be on it he would go. I mean he was an all time regular on conan he was regular and letterman He would go on stern all the time and that was kind of where he found his footing. Which was a little like rickles. Yeah that's a really good call. It's funny because like their styles of comedy are totally different right. Rickles is like pure kind of insult right at you. Direct kind of comedy and of course rickles is in dirty work and frankly hilarious dirty work. His little three minute period is great and norm was much more like esoteric and kind of on the fringes. and it's so funny to watch the clips of him especially on conan where he basically sat on the couch of the second guessed. You mentioned courtney smith but he did this over and over again. Yeah where conan almost just throw to him to gas thoughts on something. When he wasn't the lead guest. I mean that's that's not something that was happening really in the late ninety s or two thousand carson would do it but the idea of incorporating norm as this kind of like court jester into the show was so cool and kind of mind blowing. I didn't know you could really even do that. And he seems so fearless doing it but it was a legacy of the carson mike douglas era. I remember when we were doing kimmel. Show kimmel was really convicted about a guest host every week because he wanted that dynamic of the other person on the other side of the couch who could be like kinda the loose cannon. Come in. it's really hard to find those people like we had. Jeff ross is one of the best ones we had. He was really funny Snoop dogg was was weird the good the week he was on. But it's for the most part. It's a hard thing for that person on the other side to know when a kind of come in and out but also add. I wanted to actually ask you about this. Because why do you think in the last ten or fifteen years in in late night. Talk shows the thing that norm would do that. You saw on mike douglas. Or you'd see on dick habit or you see on talk shows in the seventies and even the eighties were the guests would stretch out a little bit or you'd have long segments..

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"courtney smith" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

08:17 min | 2 months ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Welcome to the audible presented by trader. Joe's i'm stewart. Mandel joined as always by bruce feldman for our second episode of the week. Usually you feel like we just go straight from the games on saturday to next weekend's games but Everything changed bruce on monday. Usc firing clay helton just two games into the season. We had a lotta listeners. At least cited tweet and say wow guys i was just listening to you. Talk about whether or not he might get fired and he just got fired I guess maybe you. And i were not as surprised as some people that this would happen when it did. I don't know how you couldn't be surprised. He's been on the hot seat for three years and they got whipped at home by stanford team that everybody thinks is pretty mediocre. That looked awful the week before everybody. You know we talked about this. The other day everybody flocked from the coliseum. You know they were ripping the band aid off. That's about it. It didn't shock me at all. I just i think if you're not following it closely now. Usc fan you might not realize how dire the situation had gotten relive the klay Too much but i you know. I think it was robbery. So who share a screen. Shot of Mike boni a d did a like a facebook live or In some sort of live jets there. It's their trojan live. Show that they do they do on monday nights. Okay and so you can see the user comments scrolling through and it was like a celebration You know were dancing on the guy's grave. And i realized that you know what in you had made the point right like if they kept him there are going to be all these empty seats usually when a school fires a coach in the middle of the season. You're kinda punting on that season right until he can get the next coach not hear. These fans are more energized for the season now than they were two weeks ago like they don't. We don't even know. If dante williams the intercultural being good is just something new to be excited about instead of being stuck in this three year purgatory where everybody knew. This would end at some point. So obviously the i don't know if you want to say downside but the the effect of firing a coach two weeks season if we're probably going to get tweets rumors every day for the next three months about who the next. Usc coach is going to be Since monday we've seen Adam schefter tweet that. nfl sources. Believe eric enemy will become a candidate. We've seen urban meyer flat out get asked at his press conference whether he might leave the jaguars for usc. He shot that down so the question is of all the names that are being thrown about their which ones are real possibilities. And which ones aren't so. I'm gonna throw a few names at you. Let's start right with the one that That shafter put out there eric. B enemy chief offensive coordinator heard this from. Somebody dialed in on the nfl front on monday. Night my skepticism. On it was the timing would be awkward because he he coaches for a team that has super bowl aspirations. And we know there's an early signing period and it's not what it was in terms of the early signing period is a much different dynamic than it was a couple years ago on timing especially for a program that has fired a coach in early september He has no head coaching experience. And there's this part of. It is the usc ad mike bone. He knows eric the enemy pretty well from his time at colorado I'm not convinced. Mike bone would go first time head coach. Also i don't know about his feelings on eric enemy as i'm seeing is he's going to be the face of the program so i'm a little skeptical of eric beyond a me. Being the head coach at usc eric. Bana should be nfl. Head coach. she prices have been Nfl coach already. But yeah mike was the ad. When john embree became the head coach airbnb was on the staff and they fired after two disastrous season. So hard to picture him then turning around and making him the head coach of one of the most prestigious programs in the country urban meyer. This one's a wild one to me. Where with urban he is the most unpredictable figure in coaching. Because how he feels about something today could change in a one eighty tomorrow like this is the same guy who retired at florida and then a day later walked it back in such a staggering mind boggling function because they had good practice or he was like you know it was just so bizarre some of the stuff with urban. Now here's the things i i do believe. I don't think urban and his wife. I don't think they wanna live in los angeles fulltime. I don't think he wants to jump into that. He's with the jaguars. Now i think how he feels now. Look they got whipped by what a lot of people think. It was the worst team in the nfl. The houston texans and the opener. If he's one in eight or if he's only nine or owen six. I'm not sure if he's going to be looking at the. Nfl like hard to predict how that kind of that kind of attrition is going to affect him. I know this though last year he could have been a head coach at texas which is a good job in a conference. I think he probably thought i can dominate there. But he was looking at the specter of nfl. I don't think he felt like being a head coach in college. Football was that attractive to him. I don't know if if going to the nfl and getting his butt kicked every week would change his purview of that. My guess is right now. There's no chance of him. You know right now. He sees as no chance. I want to be there even if that okay. So let's say i agree with you. But let's say that they go one in fifteen in at the end of the season or towards the nfc's nervous. I made a huge mistake. This is not. I'm not cut out for this. Or i don't like it. I want back in college and he calls up. Usc or is agent calls up. Usc are we sure. Usc as great a college coaches urban was three national. Titles are reassure usc which has had its sheriff scandals over the last few years is would want to make an offer to a coach who has had quite a few scandals under his watch. I think that is a very valid point to raise from what i was told a couple of years ago. Carol for the president of usc did not want to touch urban meyer as part of that process when you were clamoring for him when he was working here out here in los angeles for fox and he was not coaching a team that they were like. Oh this is a no brainer. She did not want anything to do with him as the face of the program. Now as you said we're not just talking about scandals. Athletic department wise. We're not talking about the aunt becky scan. We're talking about some other stuff that was really ugly sexual assault scandals and some really bad things that were going on university wide. The idea that usc would then turn around and higher urban meyer as the most public higher for carol fault i think is something she knew. That would be really bad. Pr because as you said it. Wasn't that far removed from the zac. Smith scandal that happened on urban meyer. Watch and remember. Urban did did get suspended for three games from that. So you know has time changed that. I'm not so sure it has. Carol fault is still in charge. I don't know if i see that direct them going in that direction even urban wanted to go in that direction there was actually a long bell. Well reported story on the site defector this week by diana moskovitz revisiting. The courtney smith zac smith ohio state situation most of which if you follow it at the time you you obviously know a lot of that but there were some new details..

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"courtney smith" Discussed on Good People Talk

Good People Talk

04:45 min | 9 months ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on Good People Talk

"Intervention and support in wraparound services to really create a system. That will break the cycle of generational incarceration just to give a lit- sue a background about michigan statistics. Two hundred and twenty eight children. A young a detroit has had at least one parent incarcerated before we that ancient sand and the ratio is one on its end in michigan detroit michigan and They often fall through the cracks of property. Homelessness The lack of resources lack of education so pure heart literally wanted to intervene and create a cycle of hope an awareness that would ultimately dismantle the school to prison pipeline system in a create a new cycle and break the cycle of generational incarceration. So i don't wanna go over my time. But that's who i am. That's what i stand for. Outside of pure heart i authored. A book called the prisoners. Kid that's behind me. And i spoke on. I've had a national of books. So we're going to facilities sharing my testimony from the perspective of which how because they're often forgotten and their silence struggles is now being address because of your heart. Thank your shrill you coach courtney tell us a little bit about yourself and detroit phoenix center. Yes hi everyone. Money was courtney smith and i'm the founder and ceo of the detroit phoenix center in much enlist like many young people growing up. In the city of betrayed i experienced deming poverty like shrill. My parents were incarcerated a mom. Her rights were revoked In my dad's rights revoked for my for my siblings die at a very early age and so by the age of three i had been to six different foster homes and i later got adopted but would have with. The system caused a failed adoption. I'm where i was forced out of my home at Even though my life was strained on my experience a lot of just like many young people growing up in the city of detroit who experienced foster care or adverse experiences Had experienced physical toll emotional abuse but i felt my solace in education..

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"courtney smith" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

"Today you are the inaugural male, join us here and I can't think of anybody. I'd rather have be join us in that role so. Welcome welcome. Thank you I'm so excited to be an inaugural mail on what's what's needed more in the world. You know is conversations between everybody you talk about what's possible on? In equal equality whatever you WANNA call it kind of way. So I'm so stoked to be a part of that conversation. Thank you. Yeah I. Think you have been just such an inspiration to me for so many years and I. I love the way you bring really rich conversations to our world and you know you're you're always at the forefront of conversations around leadership around marketing around how we just show up as human. So you're just a real big inspiration newstime destroy honored to have you. Thank you. Yeah. We're the mutual. Club back good that's cool. That's call. Thank you. As you are the founder of the H. Two H. Bet human to human and so tell us a little bit about where that came from what it stands for what needs to you this. Some of that story. I have silent but. Not. Silent Co in my wife Courtney. Smith Kramer and she helped edit the the book. Together as a major influence as well loves to speak and What it means is is something different actually than what? I meant it to mean Actions Changing every year maybe even every week at this point this year feels like is a massive change of what it means..

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"courtney smith" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Would have hit Emmanuel Sanders on the go route in the super you know listen I don't know what you're who you know I don't know what we're trying to do right muscle in my lifetime I'm just lock the ball only now it's all you've got I stand at ten I got a clear I'm standing with ten this morning he was two things happened this morning since we got on the air one he was pictured in Tennessee shut up to rocky top and I felt family friends here from town just moved to Nashville to it yesterday they packed up and left a moved well so Murphy no I got it out of Tennessee Jed as well for doing this I got to go and see had some long solid there there you go and instead of the fact that how did I not use the pandemic to finish the Ken burns country music documentary which I still haven't finished on such a commitment though you can't even get through to bills I mean it's got a year you will get ten part PBS series the nerds Polly is a little under the nerdy guy hasn't seen nerd by the way I forgot to tell you this not somewhere to god this is true you give me a Bible swear in it right now a creative Tony called me yesterday and he was actually like flustered that you haven't seen nerd he's like he had like a private cover I'm not even kidding what's wrong with murder seriously what's his deal and I'm like I'm not boycotting I go I go I I can't stand it just is one of those things Murphy's people are concerned that's all people concerned they're wondering what's the deal what why no nerds won a vacation so you know I I I told I said listen I can't speak for Murphy can have to take it up with him I can't help it text me I couldn't sense that much frustration anger we did text me saying oh it's legit to arrange a screening or I I see it but and and and it is I'm kind of distant my my tam high classmate class why five Courtney Smith later known as Courtney Thorne Smith when she hit it big I believe she's in room nerds to essentially all I had to you know what did I do I never saw him around I never saw nerds too okay with the idea there you go it's like when I talk to you know to me I just never went we're talking house party to earlier today when the soundcheck could call to the hospital okay so here's the deal so Jimmy was pictured in Tennessee throwing passes to jawan Jennings cow use check you know any looks great many Smilin you know he's in he's in Tennessee so football season I like to be like all right second you see now all I'm telling you is this this is the problem here guys this is the fourth shot into the Woody Allen did I remove the sword from its paw yeah Chris Simms okay Polly once again the Sims family haunting you yeah I can't get away from these people the Sims family actually I don't have a problem occurs either pretty cool dude I simply the fact that here's what he just he and Mike Florio of profootballtalk import anytime we have Florio on manta into nine or crackers bananas they hate him recent draft with Mike Florio quarterbacks on the hot seat Sims is first round pick Mitch Trubisky is it assumes a second round pick oddly enough Gardner Minshew objects above her the put on the high seas barely on the seat seriously right and his third round pick Jim garage below yep okay Jimmy June right thank you you know because I was walking in the house the other day I was in my head that's that's a great Sam I mean it really is oh no don't tell me about him June nice by here's the deal Chris Simms wrote as for Jimmy G. I am still a believer in him comma but this is a big year sure it is and if he underwhelmed then there are going to be tough conversations in San Francisco right Sims forty seven mins ago share your faith Gabby who is that Vernon Davis to oh wait Debbie and we had a guy who is this we had doubters early on politics I thought we were in love with him just as he was good looking right Montel not gonna lie that's definitely a part of the address so I'm just saying once again the right that creepy thing for me is that Chris Simms has the Kyle Shanahan bat phone so I'm saying that I'm not this okay yeah this can seating and hands going to sign a new deal calls them the go ahead by the way make sure you let everybody know of corrupt to see like if you just started tweeting mysteriously like you know listen I don't have any inside information but it's my feeling that creative Tony Ryan you know might be taking a job at a station in Los Angeles things don't work out San Francisco right right I think we like thank you god bless you because the I got the baffle to creative Tony if he would like wait a minute I'd be like yeah people like Howard Pawley tweet about creative Tony going to an LA rock station yeah in India the like no he's not he says he's just he's just speculating he's just a regular you know I mean yeah yeah yeah you have the best phone to creative Tony I do but he didn't call me about that he called me about like his displeasure with you not watching the nerds that's what goes on in the bath in the bathroom with Tony I know that Jimmy's gotta have that it's like with John Harbaugh said man you can't have that baby deer skin no course not alligators sun but absolutely yes yes this is the big time do you play with the big boys in the they know the stakes you know tell me something I don't know I as I continue to stand with her other words Jimmy can't be like flash looking for just some love in the lap in order no no no no I'm gonna be like robo dog where there's no love he knows the deal you know it's got to be just like cold and unfeeling the robot dogs which by the way we watch how I just said to the kids during the break as they eat their incredible pancakes I might say in oh by the way using it to mama syrup which is now you know I see they got into mine yeah they did no more but ice cube I think put out the best tweet of all this morning okay Hey Quaker who I guess makes sense in my area he said call that your drop an aunt Jemima but keep the syrup the syrup is great well that's kind of what we were saying earlier today that's kind of where we were at right right I love that he's like it keeps coming in with some real talk there knows it's not the product itself it's the branding you know I mean it's like nobody's got a problem the actual product we just can't have that kind of branding anymore you get you get got check your phone Bonnie Jill just sent us the a stroller okay hold on stand.

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"courtney smith" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Morgan okay so when I give you guys a look at some of the flooding closes that we're continuing to watch out there on the roadways this morning in Glen Ellyn route fifty three remains shut down both directions park Boulevard to Butterfield also dealing with closures in Naperville I neighbor Boulevard you've got closures blocked off between seventy fifth and Hobsons we're gonna just keep going through this whole lot of lingering closures out there to watch out for this morning at fifty nine more people have died from carbon nineteen in Illinois more than forty two hundred people died across the state since the pandemic began that officials announced nearly twenty three hundred new cases yesterday that pushes the state's total to over ninety six thousand business business owners who violate the state's locked down by re opening too early could face hefty fines courting business live with more good morning Courtney well good morning zero Lauren the governor says he knows of their businesses out there that are open when they shouldn't be so this new rule is for them governor Pritzker filed this new rule last week and basically it gives law enforcement the ability to hand out citations to those nonessential businesses that are operating when they should be closed right now violation of this rule could result in this is on is facing a class A. misdemeanor which could result in a fine of seventy five to twenty five hundred dollars and up to a year in jail governor Pritzker also points out thousands of nonessential businesses are on the brink of opening in just ten days on may twenty ninth as most of the state is preparing to move to phase three which is the recovery phase of the governor's reopening plans now some of those businesses that are real good at the end of next week include salons barber shops fitness clubs even retail stores always limits on capacity restaurants and bars will still not be able to offer dining services the governor says that those businesses open against his sale mortar are putting their communities at risk what he says this rule is actually a lighter enforcement mechanism compared to pulling business licenses are shutting places down we don't want to have to pull licenses for people we don't want to have to shut a business down what we really want is for people to comply and we want to give them you know this type of citation as an alternative so despite this new rule going into effect last week he says that over the weekend wasn't aware of any citations that were issued to businesses in Illinois reporting live Courtney Smith WGN's my life it says the city will find churches for holding services with more people than allowed under the state home order meanwhile westside pastors are preparing for when they're legally allowed to hold services the plan includes taking prisoners temperatures right when they walk in the door first of all you're gonna get hand sanitizer as we get it then you're going to get a pair of gloves you go well past the temperature gauge is gonna let you know in less than a second if you got a tip which the pastors are working with Yates enterprises that's a local minority owned business the company has a metal portable thermal detector to gauge whether a person has a fever if a person or does he or she will be taken downstairs and medical professionals will be on hand to help them in Indiana public health officials reported four hundred ninety two new confirmed cases of cove in nineteen yesterday more than twenty eight thousand today officials also reported another fourteen deaths since Sunday since the outbreak began more than sixteen hundred Hoosiers have lost their lives.

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"courtney smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:28 min | 1 year ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Not medicate meditate but first a key tenet of our criminal justice system states the defendants are innocent until proven guilty but just how they're proven guilty the methods used by law enforcement to solve crimes in our office often seriously flawed inconsistent sometimes outdated and even unethical a new Netflix docuseries focuses on three elements that often lead to wrongful conviction faulty science unreliable witnesses and overzealous prosecutors and it follows the work of the innocence project founded in nineteen ninety two by lawyers Barry Scheck and Peter Neufeld to exonerate individuals wrongly imprisoned titled innocence files the series is a collaboration between the innocence project and executive producers Alex give me Roger Ross Williams and Liz Garbus among others each episode looks at a different case taken up by the innocence project cases that illustrate serious problems within our criminal justice system the innocence files premieres on Netflix tomorrow we're joined now by academy award winning director Roger Ross Williams hi Roger hi how are you doing well and also Barry Scheck co founder of the innocence project in consulting executive on the series Highbury thanks for being with us thank you so much Alice so there you must have been approached before do something like this why now to actually started four years ago we were lucky enough to get one of these personal phone calls from ari Emmanuel and it was around the time that you know making of a murderer in the staircase and all that I know very well we're doing those and he just said look you know it's time to do a deep dive and if you stick with us we'll get to the the best possible places for documentaries which is Netflix you know the people there Adam del Dale this whole group they really know who the great filmmakers are and with them we were lucky enough to get you know Roger Liz Garbus Alex Gibney and they bought into the concept of doing something in depth I mean each of the filmmakers had you know more than three hours to look at prosecutorial misconduct eyewitness misidentification and junk science basically focusing on bite marks and while I say that each of those subjects are explored and you know great stories with amazing characters inspirational exonerates people harmed by the crime that they go into it but you know every one of these things also involves other causes of wrongful convictions including the most intractable appalled race which is at the bottom of so much and is so brilliant about what Roger did send him his stocks so very when you when you were talking about this and and in your role as a consultant what was something that was a hard no we're not doing it this way it can't be done this way and it was something that was an absolute must happen god hard nose it's hard for me to remember you know it was really hard Allison was dealing with the lawyers it was always easy to deal with the talent the filmmakers but you know did the Netflix contracts those are tough and and to be you know Frank that was it was hard to get everybody together you know sort of on the same page and have a and overall organization to it but you know I can't really say that was a hard no about any particular project you know that we wanted done what was something that had to happen for it to be successful in your mind well we had to get the deep dark we had to have really great filmmakers we had to have compelling stories and we had to get in depth on them and we actually had involves lots of people from the innocence network you have to understand that the innocence project is really more like a head quarters and we have fifty six organizations within the United States and thirteen abroad and as so many of the episodes deal with our colleagues at other innocence organizations across the country Roger we bring you in here you directed the first three episodes and you have such a wide range of of work you deduct many recently about the Apollo and the film about when you were on our show room most recently about restoring the harbors and film called god loves Uganda about evangelicals trying to introduce religion into Uganda at where does this fit in for you in terms of of the kind of work you want to do and the kind of stories you want to tell yeah well you know I have been sand I call it a fan but I've been a fan of the work of the innocence project for many many years and for me to work said Barry and Peter and and everyone they're doing I mean these they're they're they're heroes I'm African American and my community my family my friends have been in fact it is protected by the mass incarceration crisis in America and it's very personal to me and what really for me focusing on this story in Mississippi of these two convicted men and and how the role that race played in in their conviction and in this community that is some sort of been destroyed by the legacy of slavery and I'm going down there with a devastating it was devastating to talk to these families and the team and is that how it's supposed to stand for these families apart so as a as a black man this is the how can I know how to tell the story and how could I not make this this of these three episodes you really clever in many of the shots of telegraphing the story of race there's one I'm thinking of very particular that you're in someone's home and this is lingering shot of a shot glass which is a Confederate shot glass sort of lets you know who this person is and and what they're really invested in I guess this is the way to describe it yeah well that's Dr Michael Weston he is you know he's a a dentist who probably has put away many many many African American man with his testimony he went on we went to see him he put his gun on the table he's in a room surrounded by Confederate flags and he compares himself to a Confederate statue we need like they're trying to take down the Confederate stress that she's in the race between the time the race what I did he's been completely different discredited and he you know I mean as a documentarian he's a pretty incredible character would agree no question so that's what we're talking about here in this these two particular cases the Brooks and the brewer cases is the introduction of white marks as this incredible evidence is making sort of making the case for these prosecutors why is bite mark analysis particularly controversial well you know it to say it's particularly controversial not among scientists what's frightening is that it you know it was never validated scientifically and yet he gets into this echo chamber in the court system where you know it's admitted then all of a sudden it becomes a staple and I had a guy like Michael west to shine some light on you know a mark and says indeed and without doubt you know this is a bite mark from any particular defendant that they ask him to you know say may be implicated in the crime and you know all these studies have been done showing that they can't even identify whether somebody whether it's a bite mark or not when they first started doing you know efforts to validation and it's still going on but what's really most upsetting of all is that even though all the scientific organizations you know since the National Academy of science report in two thousand nine and you know the National Institute of standards and technology everybody's been looking at the president's science advisors all said oh my god this is invalidated its job you know we still trying to go back and find case after case after case because you know still we don't have too many clear rulings one where the you know getting this out of court it's it's scary that it's still knocking around my guess are very sick and Roger Ross Williams are talking about the innocence files which debuts on Netflix so Roger let's back up a little bit and get people up to speed on these episodes that you directed at that this junk science put two innocent mail in jail in the same community in Mississippi could you tell my listeners about the crimes that Kennedy brewer and le'veon Brooks were accused of yes lavonne Brooks was accused of raping and murdering a three year old girl Courtney Smith and two years later Kennedy brewer was accused of raping and murdering a three year old girl Christine Jackson the crimes were very similar thing both were convicted of bite mark evidence bonded doesn't have the money of doctor Michael west we talked about earlier I think it was Kennedy brewer who wrote a letter to the innocence project he had been in sixteen years imprisoned and that letter they get thousands of letters and that letter captured their attention I think with DNA evidence there was DNA evidence that got him exonerated and they went back and looked at Levandowski's and lavon was there was a a sort of found through DNA a match with the actual guy who committed the murders he committed the murders of both girls and launches exonerated and it's incredible you know I mean for a filmmaker that moment after someone who spent you know a large part of their life in prison that moment when they are free when they are released from prison there's nothing that prepares you emotionally for that moment and and it's makes for absolutely compelling and how can you there's no way you can not watch this and be in raids and and and moved by the work that you know Barry Peter and all the innocence project are doing I want to get a sense get a load of Dr west and and and what he's about you did a forensic dentist who testified in cases that these might marks absolutely matched up let's listen to a little bit of one of the interviews with this doctor west.

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"courtney smith" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

14:13 min | 1 year ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on Kar Dishin' It : All Things Kardashian

"Watch the justice project on oxygen. Yeah Kim Kardashian West now I watch it absolutely I will I will. I'll watch it's going to be a little bummer. Though and I know I haven't prepped us for it. Well I don't think it's like you know some spin off or anything like I understand the tone but yeah I am curious. I'm curious I'll watch it. Yeah basically it's Kim. Talking to some of the inmates that she's trying to help get out of incarceration and telling their back story and like how they got there and sort of like the. I like. How unfair the criminal justice system is and I think that's what the exploration is And it's airing guy tonight April fifth on oxygen. Here's an interesting thing. Somebody messaged us about this. And when the teaser went out and was like irritated that the whole thing is about Kim in this story and even that it's like titled Kim Kardashian West Colon The justice the Justice Project and was like why isn't it could just call the justice project like presented by Kim Kardashian. Like why does he even have to be her name? I think is interesting but I. My response was just what I'm imagining. Which is just like there is no greater business than Kim in the business of camp and so no matter what like. There's just no world where this gets off the ground without her name. I like do we ever talk about twisted sister's? We'll that's what the listener said was like well. Twisted sister's doesn't know about that though. Exactly exactly exactly so. I think it's like they probably learned from to assist in fact that lake no needs to have their name. Colin. Whatever the show is also on top of that. It's not just like a thing that Kim is like. I love watching these things like Kim is actively involved. Doing deals with the devil to get people out of prison like right. She's doing she's doing. She's getting down and dirty with it so it is her and she's not just telling US story. I get it like like she. I'm sure someone a marketing research team figured out how to best presents US right. Yeah no one's allowed to make any choices on their own not for this company slash. I mean family family. Yes she did. Say that As a little tag did this. She plans on taking the Bar exam in twenty twenty two then until they do studies under the supervision of of the people she's working with is it Jessica Jackson Area Haney at the national policy director. Oh just Aaron. Amy Is the national policy director for cash to cut fifty. Which is the van was his. Name's Justice Yes. That's his his org We'll give away time. She got a study. Not Cut. Fitness cut fitness Tamra. Eddie's I'm sure they got shut down then but remember. They were like in the news because they wouldn't shut down in the corona virus. The good news is no one goes to the gym. Goes Jim Eddie Bath? They're weird weird weird. Okay are we doing it? Should we do this? Jump on all my gosh. So we're part two of season eighteen episode to fight friendships and fashion week. Part two and we have to storylines I guess. The Courtney Kim Khloe is it's sort of like kind of two in itself but we can keep it as one right yeah and then. The other storyline we got is Kylian fashion weekend strep throat by list. So we're talking about it like the headline is that this is a great episode. Now we've had to absolute barn burner episodes like this is not. This is not the normal recipe for a season. You know like everyday not start. This hot everything else is going to be such a letdown. Just per per perrier's e self. You know yeah this is. They gave us a really juicy second half and we like quite literally pick up where we left off in this fight. Yeah do you WanNa do the fight? I mean I guess we should just do the fight. It's more and they're making just follow up real quick with the fashion week. Yeah so yes we the fight. You only thought you saw the fight. It was only halfway done. We're ready to end at that moment. Kim realize she got scratched and she was more. Oh my God she really goes for it. This really like I rewound. Ix I was like it just kept going and like the like the twists and turns of this like it's not a long long fight or anything but like when they really start when Kim release starts going for Courtney and slapping her and like you realize like that. She's cut like that. She's bleeding like their voices. Are Shaking crying. Yeah Oh my God you feel so much pandemonium in the room. And Courtney Lee as like a closed fist punch on her face. Like yes like. They're they're they're fucking around with multimillion dollar items at this point that's all. I could think about like smashing faberge eggs like they are going crazy and you see a security guard and I was like excuse me security if this is not your job then what it took so long stepping they let Khloe just stand in between the two of them for so long candle was like I honestly cannot be involved in this literally. It's not it's not now at even a possibility of a thing I could do my bones or so hollow. They'll snap in half but I was like do you think Kim's screamed at that security guard that the next time that happens her ass needs to be on the ground and you need to be on top of her absolutely tackling like they pretended tackled. Chris. Let's see Oh my God that God that was funny. I mean I feel about could even have been part of like why they shut down production for a week lake after this. I think this is like production. Wise like I mean. I'm sure the story producer. Who is there made the call to like not intervene? And get that footage because they like. We're like bucket but also they let it go and they really bucks each other up that that was longer than it ever goes on like a real housewives that went longer than like most brawls and fights on reality. Tv ever get to go. Yeah it was. It was exhilarating. Racing heart is racing recalling it. I don't like it was so funny. Khloe cleaning off the body makeup from the wall. Any what truly like perfect button to a crazy fight to just have khloe just gently cleaning is always an BLOBS COOL. I really you know. She showed her true colors. She's she's like are you. Both okay is the first thing she asked. And then you know she's trying to be like why did you do that? And Courtney's immediately going off on her and yeah I mean I give chloe saying like you're taking her side and she's like no you literally attack someone in my bedroom. Have a couch in my bedroom. Yeah that's weird but that's not what I'm talking about right now. We're not talking about my purple velvet couch. We're talking about you. Attacking a human being. The important point is that according started it. Yes like she got she skopje's go. She jumped up at Kim who was seated granted him then did jump up and start seeing her but like it is important. That Courtney Smith made it physical and like through the water the water carton at her and like win on her him. When do think that's why quote we was like? What the fuck did you do that for his laying into her more than Kim. Yeah I mean any southerner will tell you stand your ground. Kim was fully in the right She could have shot Courtney. In that moment it would have been okay in most southern states. Kim fully says when they are kind of like debriefing. Without Courtney afterwards Kim's like I just saw red wasn't GonNa let her think that she could attacked me and get away with it. Absolutely is just in full diva mode. I loved every second of it. She's the problem. She should leave demanding that she has to leave the house. Which I love really I mean she courtney was out of her God damn mind. She was screaming at chloe. Chloe's like do you really WanNa go. I will kill an honestly what I wouldn't pay to watch. Khloe get mad. But she's not going to like these people are foot small t tiny women. And so she's just like you need a calm Downing Courtney Courtney's a rabid dog in this moment. Yeah I've never seen her like this ever ever. I think that I have never ever ever seen Courtney for sure but really coordinating came. I have never in all the in everything we've ever seen have never seen it like this. It's not to say that she hasn't been slowly been being pushed like she's been pushed. You know Although I think that kindle makes a good point later that I don't think this is about them like this is not bowl. The sisters Then the fights over she comes back and there's another yelling match or screams at Kim. She's a fat ass. This we gotta semesters about this too and I've yeah this is such a disappointing malt like exchange. The whole thing is so like you're like it's so weird you're watching them like they're true is tendencies and this this reverting and it's crazy like I I don't know what is according says I don't want to be near your fat ass. Yeah and get the fuck out go. Nobody wants you here because he does come back in for seconds and she's like no. You're done bitch. You're not going to have a house after this. I would've ruin you but yeah then we have this kind of nasty little exchange where it's like. No you're the fat one and they're just being fucking bitches. What a crazy thing for either of them to say like fat phobia side like what? You're calling me fat decree NAP. You're you're exhausted. That fight too much out of you. Wave like devolved into just being like like the things they would yell at each other when they were in seventh grade or whatever it was like one through twenty. Well we just have so much of courtney like upset and it's all about this like her narrative is it's like Kim unclogging me the gang up on me. My attitude is a reflection of how they treat me. There's crying ownership whatsoever like none at all. Never on camera especially like maybe later. She tells him she shouldn't have done something but like not one moment. Is Courtney reflect on how she's behaving not at all shocking episode of how Courtney's brain works and I had an epiphany about it? We'll get to it because it's more about the Armenian part of it. But yes she's like going on and on we're hearing her like testimonials talking about how they're so they're so critical of me and there was a very funny at it that. I maybe I just saw for myself. But Courtney is going on and on and on about how horrible it is to shoot. How How much she hates shooting. How horrible it is for her. And there's this b-roll shot of like the crew. The whole crew sound guys everybody and everyone is smiling and laughing like everybody. Like just looks really lovely. It's just like quick shot of like the crew and to shoot and they're all just like they look so friendly and lovely. I mean it's on Falun Kim does say you know I think courtney was just like really miserable shooting until she took it out on us and the crew. She says she took it out on the crew. He's I can't even imagine if she thinks she's saying on camera is fear has reached this level of not giving a fuck on camera about the show and the crew like. I cannot imagine what was probably happening off camera. Like I'm sure it was unfathomably shitty. Yeah so then. We like kindle so court. He's Gone. She's she's that's a wrap on courtney goodnight on Courtney. Everyone say good night. So a kindle is laughing because she's like wait..

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"courtney smith" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"The nominees are urban Meyer for retiring for good forever death walking away from the sport no chance retirement period yup second. Nominee Monty Davis from the Buffalo Bills Retired at halftime drove away from the stadium went home during an N._F._l.. Game All time power move third nominee Magic Johnson for walking away so he could tweet yup addicted to that posting hosting life and not telling anyone not telling Chidi bus is showing up and saying hey man I gotta get these tweets. You understand. I'm magic. The final nominee is me yes for quitting Juuling I retired from that Ju- life not vaping jewelry vaping juuling I have well. I wrote down vaping. You're like no no no no just Julie now. I'm leaving myself a window like Urban Meyer clause in my contract. If I were to vape again it would not be with jewel so so blue vape in this case would be U._S._C. Are Notre Dame. Yes Okay Notre Dame would be the white smoke but yes <hes> I've quit tooling okay officially so let's go to our very special presenter and we by the way before we do. This shoe said this so how it worked was we each got four awards awards to get a special presenter and so this is your award Yup hey can. I don't know who the special presenter is so we're going to react to every single one after its surprise yet and we'll say that beforehand so they told us is my guy. Hey play this is devin ca juice here to announce the take for retirement of the year and the winner is drum roll out of a journal Anywhere trumble. I A bit Drum Roll Push Yeah Bob Davis for retiring at halftime of a buffalo bills game in driving home from the stadium. Follow your heart. Follow Your Heart Jake by the way you're pretty dapper. Man All jokes aside Super Dapper dapper day we have revived. No I didn't get punched in the shadow or slow that you know so good and all jokes aside. I don't know who vaunt Davis's says I feel like I should google this situation on that note of a Dapper Day much love and <hes> why not be great. Go for it. What what the Fuck Ivo yeah well first of all? I got very confused when he said Hey Jake and I was like this is. There's someone sitting in his kitchen right now no but it's actually p._M._t.. Sports Biz Jake was the one who sent out all these requests that we didn't paid for me paid for <hes> Devon could use. He's going to buy a bunch of punch of crystals with that. We'll yo it's crazy is that he says that he doesn't who Dante Davis's. I looked it up. The browns actually played the the browns played the bills in preseason. The year Monty Davis cornerback could use definitely went up against Yikes that might have helped you team. Oh okay thank you to Devon could use our good friend. <hes> who called in on his own accord <hes> next Yup we have apology of the year two nominees here star-studded nominees though the first is Lebron James who put out an instagram with the rap quote. We've been getting that Jewish money. Everything is kosher and then when trying to apologize said so I actually thought it was a compliment and obviously it wasn't through the Lens of a lot of people my apologies. It definitely was not the intent obviously to hurt anybody so he actually. I thought that was really nice. Yeah yeah so that's a good apology as as a Jewish person yourself yes do take that as a compliment on from anyone else sure from the Bronx fuck no talk now. The other nominee is urban Meyer who had the best apology of all time when he apologized to Buckeye nation but not Courtney Smith the person who actually had to go through terrible terrible things and then when everyone said hey dude you apologize the Buckeye nation but not Courtney Smith. He fixed his words and he said I'm sorry we're in this situation <hes> so that that's really nice to so. He apologized for his apology without really apologizing for anything. Yes that's tough to do. I'm sorry we're here. I'm sorry that I have to quit my job and then have to take a year off and be an analyst and then go to U._S._C. or Notre Dame okay so let's go to the winner and our guest presenter <hes>.

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"courtney smith" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"'em would i accept a u s c m such a tough question well the thing is i'm just i i totally forgotten about the courtney smith thing well the other thing is he claims he claims in it's a very it it sounds fishy when you when you reach up on it and learn all the facts he claims that he he brought the the two of humanity office says and tried to help them keep their marriage together and that she wasn't arrested in keeping the marriage together his wife urban meyer's wife was involved and then it all blew up when he went he lost his temper went guide and then tom herman from texas started reported ported it and yeah hey act in in so it's ugly story but in this era now where you're this me too era were more and more women are coming forward now but this is a domestic violence issue right but he urban claims that that he didn't know the level of domestic violence so it depends i guess it's a matter of whether or not you believe in mom he feels like you said you would accept a rip the tino you seal i would cause you know doesn't have any domestic violence he he was he's got a bunch of other stuff yeah he as he he's got enjoy delity shortage of baggage correct i i actually think routine is gonna coach again ice coaching agree sneak quit oh did he he's available anybody you want he i mean i think there's a reason is available anybody wants and i don't think he's gonna coach again somebody is gonna be desperate enough i don't think so what do you think urban meyer's gonna coach again yeah i do have you do so he's working for fox fox except a new yeah but but i mean i think he would still be coached at ohio state after all this after the the kevin he kept coach and he was suspended for three weeks and he came back and in it depending on who you talk to you there a lot of people think he didn't feel that suspension was sort of mine a detector test fasces that's not admissible in any court in america i know but it's admissible if you're hiring now i've never been a lie detector test i'd love to know what you would yeah i wonder if i could cause because i think you could beat it i think it could no i know but you know i think it's it's really tough to beat it we should get a lie detector test in here greg it on that greg get a lie detector test in here i think i can be station down the street and be like hey let me borrow you're lie detector no no someone will do it no there's a police academy at dodger stadium ten five miles from we wanna lie detector test in here john's gonna try to beat it will be that you will not i will not i can't hide enough to be i could you gotta be smart it is i i go to the school of george constanze it's not a lie if you believe it i can't on that i think i convince myself on how to beat allied only call that we call that a great bit greg you wanna you wanna downtown that jump on a great fit produced that a it's not a line.

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"courtney smith" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

10:44 min | 3 years ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"Pop. For the two thousands. Let spin kings of Leon sex on fire. Courtney why? Despite the obvious dancer in its title. Why is sex on fire? Classic sexy. Song has it's got swagger to quote, Justin Bieber believes sexy. Yeah. I just feel like a head a lot of debates when the song came out with friends not debates conversations where people would just be like. Yes this song. It just gets you in that place. Like it gets you in a groove. And it's not necessarily a sexy grew for everyone. Like, I don't think this is a universally sexy song. But there is something about the swagger to it. And as far as lyrics, go. This is a song that knows nothing about sex whatsoever. Like, nothing he's saying makes any sense or has anything to do with sex in any way that is attractive Qatar part? It's that high pitch lead guitar and the insistent rhythm of it. And then the way the base seems kind of buried to me and the drums the snare really leads something about it is just so competent sexy. First of all your. Musical analysis is so unpleasant kudos care. I agree. You know, you have really opened the song up for me because I would not have thought of this as a sexy song. And now, I can't not think of it. I don't have much to add except I will point out that it also does follow this this trend. I've I've been noticing of songs sort of cresting in the chorus and then really coming back down to very quiet place for the verse. Yes, I really liked the moment in this song where it's peaking. It's peaking it's peaking. Then all the sudden sh- just kind of collapses back into this very. Quiet, and and slow texture that will then build up into another chorus, and again that sort of those peaks and valleys, I find very captivating nonetheless, but the drums keep moving through it. There's something consistent even when the dynamic is changing. Indeed, I have to say this. I feel like this long breaks a little bit of our. Not too fast. Not too slow. Just right kind of tempos fast. Yeah. This is a heated song. Right. I think what you said about the way that the volume and the insistence of the song change and crest in Wayne is the key here to fast song being sexy. I don't think this is necessarily a song that sets the mood in the way that some of the other songs, we'll talk about and have talked about do. I think it's a song that more mimics the physiology of having sex where you were you work at one tempo. And then you switch it up to keep it interesting or keep it going. If that's not too graphic. No, no, not at all. I mean once again, clearly the kings of Leon don't know how sex works, but they they've gotten lucky because I. Variation is key. Yeah, they don't know how to talk about. But they know how to do it. That's a large cultural problem that we have. Let's move on to the decades in which we currently reside the two thousand and tens are emblematic sexy. Song is going to be the weekend often. Often. She wrote the with not so. The win often maybe make up big up. Our own. Often. It's hard to imagine anyone in the twenty tens who is more universally considered sexy than the weekend other than maybe Miguel's. I I'll them and it's to me again like with Michael, Henson and accessories a lot to do with the delivery and the voice, and even though he sounds like Michael Jackson, and we didn't consider Michael Jackson sexy part of his career. If you think back to off the wall and the early solo albums he was very sexy and it has to do with the production. That's when he was doing more of a disco based funk basil based production and the weekend takes those elements and hates a lot of the elements of Portishead who he is sampled and other works and make something out of it. That is this to me an album ation of everything we've found to be sexy in. The last fifty years he takes elements of all of them. So he is truly the evolution of what we as a society of down to be musically sexy and a lot of ways he's like a perfectly calibrated sexy music machine. Unstoppable force. I agree. The song is is very effective as are a lot of his. But it makes me think of something that you mentioned earlier, the not only, and and I'm glad you pointed out that he in fact, samples Portishead, I sense a similar darkness creeping into the edges here that that you that you identified in the Portishead track. And I'm wondering if it's fair to say that maybe over time our musical notions of what sexy have become a little darker a little more shadowy in minor key. And and a little less wholesome overtime. Is that is that a fair assumption? I think he reflects a time before me too and before consent regain a lot of sexiness. For a lot of people in became part of our discourse. I would imagine in the next decade. What we think is sexy musically will move away from this. Because. Out of his themes are really dark lyrically as well as musically. And I don't think women find this that sexy anymore to be honest. Like, there's a vibe to the music, that's very sexy and that might carry on. But I think the medically. It's questionable. I think it's not insignificant that he also gained his fame through the soundtrack for fifty shades of grey, which both deals with issues. It's funny because of course, like issues of consent baked into the entire film, which I have absolutely only read enough. But at the same time that fifty shades is also about Bedia 'em. And that a lot of consent language comes through that community. There's sort of this pivot point that I feel like has happening around the weekends use it in me that hopefully can move onto the other side of Moore sexually exciting consensual music. Yeah. I think that is such a good point. And you're totally right on. But he something vocally. He does is the intimacy like the the male intimacy right into your ears of kind of telling you what he wants. And I think once we start seeing that presented a little more fully in terms of what women want instead of just what a man wants. That's going to be a part of the pollution. But that's also been part of the appeal of his songs. I think it makes you feel like he's singing just to you. Totally doesn't and what you're describing makes me think that we may be about to hear something. I can't quite imagine. But like the next generation of sexy songs like what is the parodied Matic musical. Sexiness of of the twenty twenties going to sound like I don't know. Sure. But now, I'm kind of excited to find out. Yeah. I've been listening and trying to figure out what it is. And I think I would imagine based on what's popular like Maggie Rogers. And a lot of the Swedish pop that has been getting more. And Norwegian pop that's been getting more and more popular that it's going to be hardcore pop production with naturalistic elements and that puts more of a emphasis on women. I hope. No doubt. And it makes me think too about how probably non normative. Sexiness will continue to rise. We've focused for instance on our show on on tracks. Like Troy savant. My my which is very careful not to really assign any clear gender markings and sort of exists in this almost like pan sexual utopia. It's really interesting that you say that a lot I've found a lot of female singers winning singers do that and have started exploring bisexuality pan sexuality in their lyrics. And a lot of men have it. I'm really excited for people like Sam Smith to step up to the plate on that. Because he has the sad sexy voice in a big platform. He shook sport head. This has been so fun. I need to take a quick break. Take a cold bath Courtney Smith. Thank you so much for joining us. It was my pleasure. I love this. You can find more of Courtney's work at refinery twenty nine and we'll be posting a link to this particular article in our show notes. Catch you on the other side.

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"courtney smith" Discussed on Switched On Pop

Switched On Pop

07:50 min | 3 years ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on Switched On Pop

"Welcome to switch on pop. I'm musicologist Nate Sloan and I'm songwriter. Charlie. Harding, and we are very excited. We have a special guest joining us. Hi. I'm Courtney Smith. I'm the music critic for refinery twenty nine and author called record flexing for girls right now and most interested in exploring and women's point of view in and she has a piece that feels very relevant because we're about a week out from Valentine's Day, and Courtney is writing about what makes a song sexy. Poop courtney. Welcome to switched on pop. Thank you so much having me, this is such an essential topic. Can't believe we haven't covered it yet. So I'm I'm really grateful that you're you're bringing this to our attention. And obviously there's an urgency as there's some says love in the air now. I want to get into this by going through some of your selections of of some of some of the sexiest songs in popular music history. And I thought we could try and understand what makes these songs tick why they're so effective. That sounds good. Yeah. I decided to pick a selection of songs from the last fifty years that constituted sexy and each decade because I couldn't think of another way to talk about what sexy would be to get at the heart of what makes us on sexy. Other than listening to songs, I couldn't think of a better approach either. I wanna just dive right in with with with one of your selections. This is Nina Simone sugar in my bowl. What samana? Save massu. I some shooter in bamboo. And. Lonesome sugar. In. I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that this is not a song about breakfast cereal. Definitely no definitely a lot of allusions happening there. A lot of double entendre as according to you. Why did this song make it onto your sexy song playlist well started out thinking about sexiness? And music by thinking about everything that came before the nineteen sixties and the way that things were divided by race records and race charts. And how the blues and a lot of black music was sexy in this sort of way. And obviously, this is a cover of an old Bessie Smith song, and that it was so much more overt. And that there were these two different types of music for the black community. It was the jukebox and honky tonk kind of music and gospel music and. That white music white music and mainstream pop music was very buttoned up and straight. And how wants some of our great American songwriters started hearing these songs they wanted to write those kind of lyrics, and you know, to some degree of success and some utter failures. But. But that really the heart of sexiness and music comes from the black community. So I wanted to look to someone there, and there really is no one with a more sultry and sexy voice than needed some own. I couldn't agree more. And I love you bringing in that that history as well as you point out. This is a song. I think she recorded this in nineteen sixty seven, but it it. It's published originally nineteen thirty one however, you have to imagine that that central idea the the metaphor of sugar in my bull must be much older than that as well. So as we're listening to this. We're listening to like decades decker decades of musical history. Now, we can get into the the sound of the song to try and explore what what makes this not just lyrically so appealing, but but musically so enticing as well. And I think there's a few things going on here. I think one one is is the tempo and the feel of the song, which is at just the just the right sort of laid back groove like there there might be a sexiness sweet spot like not too fast. Not too slow right in the middle. Yeah. I think there's also something about Nina's peon playing like we talk a lot about her voice and recognize the sexiness of it. And she's she hits this tempo. With a lot of her songs that the way she plays piano is so confident in short, and there's something very sexy about that and mastering an instrument, but also being so confident in the way that you play and playing so strongly I love it. Couldn't agree more also captured by obviously the double entendre that we talked about which is the early onset of rock and. Role and music that was eventually sort of more geared towards young people. It's sexuality was often implied not as overt as can be said today in pop music. There's something about using double entendre, which is almost like a leering lingerie like it's dressing the thing to imagine. What it could be? Okay. Cool. I like this that's up -solutely true. And I feel like there's something to be said for the only people carrying this sort of lingerie songwriting forward today are beyond say who I think does it knowingly paying tribute to this old time blues music with some of her songs and country music. Actually, I think about people like Thomas Rhett, who has a various sultry voice and country in general is so much more conservative that it's hard for them to be overtly sexy. So they are used. A lot of these old clues sung reading tactics. I think I love it. All right. So now, we can start start to establish the more global ideas of what makes us on sexy. And perhaps we're seeing that there's a certain balance between hinting at at something but not giving away too much. However that brings us to the next song that you've selected which is not quite perhaps as subtle as the Nina Simone track. Do let's let's hear a bit of Donna summer's love to love you. Smirking?

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"courtney smith" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on WTVN

"All all boy prep school kids? A personification of all that is wrong with America and has has Donald J Trump ushered in a new dark age in the country. I mean, the boys remained relatively calm and restrained. They'd been subjected to incessant racist, and homophobic and bigoted verbal abuse. By this. Black. Hebrew, israelites. I have seventeen people. Cults? So, you know, there were several minutes of confusion, you know, these teams couldn't quite decide whether Mr. Phillips was on their side or not so they tentatively joined his Channing, and it was that mockery or solidarity. What was it? You know? I mean, but what happened was this three things bubbled to the surface number one is anti political correctness. Hit a fever pitch. And there was a backlash against the liberal hyperspace. Number two. There is a white male Christian persecution complex of talking about it right now. And number three. There is an ever-growing mistrust of the media then having been involved in the second Courtney Smith saga the summer. I can tell you that. It is amazing amazing how the media can create stories that don't really have any relevance and then stretch, and then engage in hyperbole, and I really really boiled to the hardcourt defenders of Brett cavenaugh of which I was one of them. And it's this social Justice warrior who who need to focus on identity, politics, and they see which is in the face of white men, and there's cries of racism and sexism. And political correctness. General are bludgeons used to silence dissent and to try to de-legitimize, conservatives and slander the innocent. Well, that's my take. If these kids were racists, they certainly did a lousy job of it. You know, there's gotta be some racist somewhere in Alabama saying, they didn't yell anything. You there's no there's no common. Nothing came from them. Going back at the black. Hebrew, Israelites the true. And we're gonna talk about pretty lousy paradoxes of it all, but the the left wing activists have a tendency to run roughshod over due process when white men are accused of crimes, that's the me too movement. All right. That's the bread cavenaugh situation. And so from their point of view, the liberal reaction to the video was highly predictable. They didn't watch all the footage. But the reaction was predictable. When white men are except the white Whiteman arc acceptable targets of hate who deserve no sympathy or due due process. And here's my concern. And then we'll talk about. Disdain history, the liberal elites are in charge of the country's entertainment and higher education. And so they do control the commanding heights in our society. It's not a wasp nation. Where the that they're already in control. And they think they think the wasp and the white. That that somehow the successful white men and Brooks brother's suits are racists and bigots or bumbling idiots every white male character, who's a father in television is a bumbling idiot. And let me give you exhibit A exhibit A. Hollywood's making films with social Justice messages. Fine don't have problems with that universities. Teach left-wing ideas about race and religion fine. It's liberal arts education. I want my kids to to I want them to read both sides talked to both sides all sides get your own opinions. But as long as we have space, you have space for your opinion. I've space for mine opinion, that's libertarian. That's me. But now Gillette makes an ad about toxic masculinity. This is this is this is a this is horrible. Be kidding me. Who's buying your razor reasonably cheese, toxic masculinity? This is really what we're where we are the one where they got rid of Tiger Woods Gillette did after all that scandal out because that was not the best man can just visit. I can just. Just vision the conference room the people that made at that conference room at Gillette when they saw that ad. Oh, that's so good. That's so good..

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"courtney smith" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"But do you make it known to producers that hey, I have I'd like to get ninety seconds a minute twenty on Courtney Smith or an urban Meyer. How does on a show like that or even on a show like SE see nation? How does it come up? When there's something you want to say, but what you have to say actually could turn out to be a story and could be sort of larger for ESPN. Good or bad as very long way. Did not great question. But you know, what I'm getting at using urban Meyer and get up is going to that's people in the company outside of get up. We're going to take notice just given it is a hot-button subject. Yeah. So it's a great question. Because I think there's a there are a lot of people who probably soon that it's more plans than it actually is civically. And you know, like you said, we don't have to rehash everything that was hurt. But specifically the day when I commented on Connie Smith and domestic violence that only had broken the night before and really kinda the day before. So we were coming on the air, and and that next day, and I put a lot of thought in that day before had a frame what I wanted to say just in the world of being aware of domestic violence, and what it truly is. 'cause I do I do believe that as a society, we are not as a wear and don't have the facts of what maybe domestic violence and. I felt that would be very important to get out there. So actually consulted a few people who I know who are very well versed in that world just to get their opinions opinions from many sides also out to high of state and my connection there to see if I could get a comment from them, which I didn't which is understandable based on what was going on. So that was very planned that was very much. Hey, let's make sure that we're doing this the right way, they need a platform gave me the time to say what would need, and then, you know, we continue the discussion throughout the show. But every discussion that we allot time for and this is really a lot of shows, we say, you know, we think this may be about a three minute discussion. So that's that's a lot in the rundown. And then if it goes longer than to be cut, and it is sort of that organic keys router. So is you have things that you're just gonna have to cut. And that's I think producers jobs are harder than people realize they're trying to figure out the timing throughout. But then. Other situations like the day when urban Meyer step down when he resigned, greedy. And I had were sitting there on the set. And all of a sudden these nude alerts are coming through, and it was like seven point five AM eastern time. I believe sometime around that. And we just said, okay. There goes our entire show. Obviously the entirety of what we're talking about. Today is all urban Meyer, and it became a frantic. How can we get on the show? Can we call? We're going to give you the news. We're going to go through it. And we really went through a lot of years before we then commented on anything. Because at that point. We were just waiting for more information to come out. We were waiting for more news, and and or comments from our analysts and people like that who we had on the phone. So it just depends on the day. But but I do think that what did they come and misconception is that? It's very plant. Most of the time. It's not most of the time. Is you know, we're in our morning meeting in we're saying, hey, I I will have something to say on that. Here's the basic gist of what it is and casing city to support. It. But for the most part, it's it's sort of. Here's a free range to say what you want and to you know, to be trusted to do that. And that's something that I'm very appreciative that I have the opportunity to do because I think a younger woman in this business. We need more of that. And more women who were given a chance to say their opinion and to give out. Okay..

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"courtney smith" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:16 min | 3 years ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on WTVN

"Energy independent. Thank you. In it produces enough oil this country produces enough oil natural gas and coal to feed its own population. Plus have extra to export at a premium its economy is growing and thriving. Its workers this the workers out produce Chinese workers. Three Chinese workers produce the same as one worker from this country. So it's much more efficient country. This country's unemployment rate is one of the lowest in the world. Ninety six percent of its population has a job. Families in this this country continue to bring home just a little more money than the year before. This can't tree if you're worried about the climate, and this this country, you can take pride in knowing that it's percentage of carbon reductions in the Paris climate accord this country suppresses. The Paris climate accord and carbon reductions. Just twelve months ago this country had a great threat. It was being stared down by another country and missile threats of missile attacks and today that threatening countries rolled up its missiles and gone dormant and its threats by the way, this country has world class skiing shopping, incredible mountains, lakes streams, its beaches are the nicest in the world, it's universities that are best in the world, wonderful ponds. It's one of the safest countries in the world. Whereas this utopia. General we're sitting in it. We're sitting at it right now. We're here, you know, you would think by listening to the news, and what you read on social media that somehow America is just auguring in. It's it's the end of American civilization in December the US reached a staggering level of oil production. The first time since seventy three we are now, the world's largest oil producer. We have fewer regulations. Now. More federal leasing now. Yes, fracking horizontal drilling. There's more oil now general beneath we we believe beneath the US soil that has ever been taken out natural gas and coal. We're the largest producer or the second greatest producer of coal in the world. So we're kind of in a good spot with energy. Is there any food that you would want to get you could not get in the United States Chinese food Indian food, Pakistan? Clean water. Unemployment is at the lowest level since nineteen sixty nine poverty is near historic historic lows. Household income increasing North Korean the aggressor a year ago. We're talking about North Korean missiles, they've stopped it's provocative nuclear testing. The Middle East were getting out of that quagmire more on that a little bit. We these fault lines that we used to have to deal with between crept Gulf monarchies or hostile Islamic state's. Now, these fault lines, it's not the Arab world versus Israeli US. Now, it's strife within their own Islamic world, Iran and the Shiite satellites versus the Sunni Arab monarchies they are battling themselves. We're not going to change hearts and minds. We're getting out of there. You think our president is is not popular. Angela merkel. Germany, Emmanuel Macron of France, and Theresa May have worse approval ratings than Donald Trump. So my my point is this. You have political parties there allied activists there constellation of vocal followers growing even more radicalized real world decisions continue to be made in response to temper tantrums by a surprisingly small number of people that have these these accounts that can be verified. And and they they've get a greater voice and better positioning Facebook YouTube Twitter, we now get most of our consumption of media from there. To borrow from classic movies, spinal tap, everything. Now in America's turned up to eleven all day every day. And Americans were getting dumbed down general. Yeah. And we were discussing this before the show that if you talk to any first generation immigrant in one of these immigrants years that oh the US is terrible. The US is this. They always ask compared to what comparative as Walea compared to Mumbai India compared to what for example, let me give you three examples of my point politics. Okay. We know more about Brad Kavanagh summer of eighty two. And I said this on my last show, we know more about brick having a summer of eighty-two than who our enemies are in the Middle East and why they're enemies. Number two, the power social media seven months ago. Nobody knew Zach Smith was and nobody cared about the wide receiver coach for high state one. Reporter one guy, I'm bringing home one guy with a lot of followers posted dirt on the wide receiver. Coach that led to the director getting suspended the head coach getting suspended and LSU paying a million dollars a million dollars to investigate the veracity that story in a span of fourteen days. We're going to break the on that on that Bill later on the show. Who cares? What was going on at the same time that that everyone was an hubbub over the zaken Courtney Smith Peter Struck the FBI agent who interviewed general Flynn under false pretenses. Was fired in August because he had obvious anti Trump opinions through the guy who's leading the investigation gets fired. Eleven year old boy, the same time, everyone is going through the zaken Courtney Smith situation, they wouldn't hear about the eleven year old boy that hacked into the replica Florida's voting website took him eleven to ten minutes and eleven year old boy. And by the way, thirty five other kids could do the did the same thing down at this convention. So big big problem. They're not talking about that. We don't know anything about that. We know everything about the second quarter Smith and urban Meyer genes, gene. Smith Hollywood, Hollywood's dumbing us down culturally. We're getting dumbed down total dumpster fire movies over the Christmas. Break will Ferrell's newest movie general, Holmes, and Watson, horrible Wapping. Eight percent, rotten tomatoes review Steve carols movie. Welcome to win. Maybe saw the movie or at least the trailer. Oh, I don't know who produces Steve carrell. Character is a fight version of Steve carrell fighting Nazis while wearing women's high heels. Who's how are these movies getting into the studios, and how are they getting into our theaters? I do remember back in the very early eighty s or late seventy s at sixty minutes to the story on the Hollywood. And they said that only one of ten movies is good enough to actually hit the theaters. And that a lot of times the ones that do hit the theaters that are good because they've got some star power starpower. Listen to this studios have deals I had to get to the bottom of the studios have deals with movie theaters to give the studio higher box office cut and initial weeks of release. So the studios make all their money up front. And as the film stays in theaters longer the theaters get bigger cuts. Well, this incentivizes these studios to make films that are super loaded specific dates Christmas break super hyped up. A lot of paid for marketing marketed a ton bringing big star names called is not as important compared to films that have legs. Where the movie theaters are gonna make most of their money. The studios are dumbing down. There just jamming in these actors, and we're all going in like sheep to watch these movies and coming out. That was terrible. Terrible. I usually have a a radar for a bad movie, though. I can very rarely am I wrong you.

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"courtney smith" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"courtney smith" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Onto the gun. He's gonna look to throw a little field wide. Open in the end zone. Campbell touchdown Harris Campbell gathers it in on a twelve yard touchdown pass from Dwayne Haskins and Paris Campbell gives Ohio State on that. Catch a six nothing lead. Wayne. Pressure coming through the bucket. Fires for the end zone caught by Dixon, and he's in the furthest score Johnny Dixon caught it right at the goal line by Brandon McKinney, but Johnny Dixon halston. The second pass today Haskins Ohio State place opened up a thirteen took really pistol tight ends on the right one of them shot. Berry motioning snap Haskins tosses right corner. The end zone for a touchdown by tight end Rashaad berry. He ends up grabbing his second TD catcher the season it's Haskins third scoring toss. So the game at Ohio State has a twenty two three. That's a bit of the story with Paul Keells on the OSU IMG network. It was a pretty easy breezy first half for the buckeyes as they were up twenty one to three. In fact, they tacked on another touchdown in the third quarter. It was twenty eight to three and and and anyone have flashbacks when I tell you the score twenty eight to three. And a big football game moving into the fourth quarter. Oh, well, Ohio State ended up blowing at twenty five point lead. But hangs on to win twenty eight twenty three over the huskies. And with that urban Meyer says he is stepping away from college. Football retiring this time, the buckeyes do go out on top as Rose Bowl champs, which was special for him. He says it's the stress really that's the biggest issue for him when it comes to coaching. It's why he has to leave. He's one of those guys that takes nervous pre-game nerves and pre-game jitters to a whole new level. He's talked about how his health is. So negatively affected. He's got this and he gets really bad headaches. But it's exacerbated by how nervous he gets before games before kickoff. So he says he's stepping away that this will be his final stint in college football. His wife is indicated she can't wait for him to. Away from college football. So if this is the last we see of urban Meyer on the sidelines will then he goes out with a Rose Bowl victory. And of course, afterwards had a special, especially speech. These special words for his book is a book I nation. Are you kidding me? Now, we have a saying around here that when you the most give you very best never forget, Buckeye nature. We're we were moving swagger swaggering back and forth a little bit. The storm got heavy right. The bucket nation every turn it back on. Did you ever turn your back on each other? But when I need you to the most you gave your very best you gave it at home against that team up north the second one in Indianapolis Bickerton chance with a big rain, and then on that ring ring committee chairman they're have a beautiful rose. Roar the Rose Bowl champions, boys. Twenty-fifth football coach of the Ohio State University. And with that urban Meyer took the whistle off his neck and put it around the neck of his successor Ryan day, who has you. Remember was coaching the team for the first month of the season. When Meyer was suspended for several weeks over everything that happened with Zach Smith and Courtney Smith going back to the summertime and so urban Meyer is done with college football least as a coach he says Ryan day takes over as the new head coach for the Ohio State buckeyes and the Rose Bowl is a nice way to cap your resume to be sure a little bit later on you'll hear from Ryan day. Boy is he fiery, and so it appears as though football is in good hands. All right. You can find me on Twitter, a radio couple of other college football stories one that is truly sad as football mourns, someone that we got really familiar with over the last couple of months and another that maybe will. Clip the speculation that has been swirling around this particular college football figure we are also going to have a special question for you. I promise we'll do that before we get to the update. And then we'll head to Pittsburgh at the back half of the hour. Hope that you enjoyed your holiday whether it was a two week long break weather. You still have the rest of this week is hanging out with us. We're here working toiling away to start the new year. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio. Point.

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Urban Meyer, Courtney Smith and Barton Necker Satellite discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

Urban Meyer, Courtney Smith and Barton Necker Satellite discussed on Red Eye Radio

"Ohio State football coach urban Meyer is apologizing to the ex wife of. Former assistant coach Zac Smith he issued the. Apology to Courtney Smith on Twitter or Friday after failing to acknowledge her directly during a news conference earlier this.

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Ben Affleck returns to rehab for the third time, reportedly following intervention by Jennifer Garner

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Ben Affleck returns to rehab for the third time, reportedly following intervention by Jennifer Garner

"At. Eighty three degrees lows down to sixty two tonight as we head through the day on, your Friday increasing. Clouds during the morning we'll dodge a chance of showers in. The afternoon highs only near seventy eight eighty eight degrees with shot at, a, shower, on, Saturday, dryer, Sunday. Hunter to is up to ninety two, at your wwl Kyi forecast I'm meteorologist Pamela savage It's

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Courtney Smith, Football and Meyer discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:13 sec | 3 years ago

Courtney Smith, Football and Meyer discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News

"Apparently the Italian company behind? That bridge. Collapse has, offered some five hundred million euros to the victims and I go. On what we'll find out more. On that and what's. Going on there in that. Part of Italy

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Urban Meyer, Courtney Smith and Scott Jennings discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Urban Meyer, Courtney Smith and Scott Jennings discussed on Mark Levin

"Investigation into Ohio State football coach urban Meyer continues statement. From, the attorney for Courtney Smith says the ex wife of Buckeye wide receivers. Coach Zac Smith has talked to, the team investigating the incident from twenty fifteen Meyer was placed on paid administrative leave pending the investigation into what he knew and whether he properly reported the

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1 week since Ohio State Coach Urban Meyer placed on administrative leave

ESPN Podcenter

01:36 min | 3 years ago

1 week since Ohio State Coach Urban Meyer placed on administrative leave

"Now one week ago today Ohio State coach urban Meyer was placed on paid administrative leave As the school has begun its investigation over, Courtney Smith's claim that several people, close to. Meyer new of a twenty fifteen allegation of domestic violence against her ex husband by her against ex husband former Ohio State wide receiver coach Zac Smith we know that state expects to have the, results of its administrative review about the third week of August We don't know what that, review of course is going, to, discover the. Central question is did Arben Meyer do what he was obligated to do with the information that Zac Smith Head allegedly abused as wife Beyond that it's urban Meyer do. What he should have done there's a. Difference between obligated and should I think Meyer in his statement last week pretty much made it clear that he did know about. The two thousand fifteen alligators despite what he said at the. Press conference in Chicago Big ten media days And now it's a question and he claims that he reported it to who should. Have reported it to so, then the question becomes, if he did that what did Ohio? State handled it properly. There's so many things we don't know why we're waiting. For the

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 Ohio State places Meyer on administrative leave

Programming

01:15 min | 3 years ago

Ohio State places Meyer on administrative leave

"Receptions for nine, hundred and eighty yards and seven touchdowns. Last season and the drama continues in college football for Ohio State former assistant football coach Zac, Smith accused of. Domestic violence by his ex-wife Courtney Smith spoke to ESPN. About the allegations and. The scandal that is unfolded at Ohio State over the accusations. In their handling Smith said that he told head coach urban Meyer only what he needed to. Know as he, felt it was a personal matter I'm not out here in the public trying to put my personal life out there to people at work or anything I believed that personal matters marital matters need to remain personal in between a husband and wife that's. What I believed in so I believe I told him, what he needed to, know and nothing more on a major league baseball Friday's game between the reds and the nationals, was postponed due to rain in the nation's capital the two sides will play a doubleheader today to make it up the nationals opening that four game series with the ten four win on Thursday meanwhile drama for. The St Louis cardinals taking on Pittsburgh to pitch to Adam Frazier and it's grounded up the middle of the base Brings home Seven six bottom of the. Eighth inning,.

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Urban Meyer says he followed protocol for 2015 abuse allegations against assistant coach

Programming

01:00 min | 3 years ago

Urban Meyer says he followed protocol for 2015 abuse allegations against assistant coach

"On preferred non-tobacco Oh underwriting, exam required to qualify Ohio state's head football, coach urban Meyer says he did what he was supposed to do when he heard about abuse. Allegations against his former assistant Meyer is currently on paid administrative leave from the school as it investigates whether he knew about allegations made by the ex wife of Zac. Smith his. Former wide receivers coach who was fired by Meyer last week. In a statement on, Twitter to buckeyes fans Meyer said he followed proper. Reporting protocols with regards to domestic violence allegations last week in Chicago he. Said he was unaware of allegations made by Courtney Smith in two thousand fifteen that were reported to police Courtney Smith said she also told. Myers wife Shelly about the incidents three years ago Meyer. Said he misspoke last week and apologized for his failure to be clear I'm John Stolnis highly contagious dogs Lou has been reported in almost every. State authorities say partly because, dogs have no natural immunity now they say the big question is whether it can be transmitted to.

Meyer Meyer, ESPN and Ohio discussed on SportsCenter AllNight

SportsCenter AllNight

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Meyer Meyer, ESPN and Ohio discussed on SportsCenter AllNight

"I was electric. Tomorrow you're listening to the sportscenter allnight on ESPN radio and the ESPN. App I am Jim Baskerville on the, eve Ohio. States I fall practice of the. Year the school announced on Thursday that a special independent six person group will lead the investigation into urban Meyer Meyer placed on paid, administrative leave Wednesday as the school announced it's investigating Courtney Smith's claims that several people close to Meyer new of a twenty fifteen allegation of domestic violence against her ex husband boomer Ohio State assistant Zack Smith who.

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Slain Russian journalists were probing Kremlin-linked mercenary group in Africa

24 Hour News

04:02 min | 3 years ago

Slain Russian journalists were probing Kremlin-linked mercenary group in Africa

"Radio news I'm Ed Donahue the president is specifically directed us to make the matter, of the election, meddling and securing our election process a top priority national intelligence director Dan. Coats is among the. Officials who. Spoke at the White House about efforts to protect the upcoming midterm elections from cyberattack we continue to see pervasive messaging messaging campaign by Russia to try to. Weaken, and divide, the United States but Cote says, Russia is not the only country that could try to influence the election. This, is press secretary Sarah Sanders the president has made it clear that his. Administration will not tolerate foreign interference in, our elections from any nation state or other dangerous actor homeland. Security secretary Kirsten Nielsen says our democracy is in the crosshairs, the national archives and records administration says it. Won't be able to finish Review of nearly one million documents. Regarding supreme court nominee Brett. Kavanagh's time in the George W, Bush White House until the end of October it could potentially thwart hopes by Republicans for a. Quick confirmation before the November election. Paul manafort's bookkeeper, testified the former. Trump campaign chairman kept her in the dark about the foreign Bank accounts he was using to buy millions and luxury items and personal expenses. Manafort is on trial near Washington on Bank fraud and tax evasion charges Ohio State football practice starts tomorrow and coach urban, Meyer won't be there he's on administrative leave over the handling of a longtime assistant Zack Smith who's been, accused of domestic, violence his wife Courtney Smith spoke to stadium sports when I stood up. To him he'd and. Like and. He took me and shoved me up against the wall with his hands around my neck something he did very often Zac Smith was fired last week a. Grocery, store in, Los Angeles where a manager was, accidentally killed by police during a gun battle with a suspect has reopened This is AP radio news Three Russian journalists have been killed. In the Central African Republic the three journalists were in researching a story about a Russian private military contracting, company as what is probing Moscow's interests in the local gold diamond and uranium industries when they. Were apparently ambush late Monday now, a foreign ministry spokeswoman says the bodies of the men had gunshot wounds that no. Injuries suggested they were tortured the reporters colleagues have said the killings could be linked, to, the gymnastics flirted work exiled Russian opposition figure Mikhail could've ski who'd financed the Africa trip has. Vowed to investigate, the slayings I'm Charles investigators say they have concluded, a woman spotted in northwest Missouri was. Not a missing college student Molly Tibbets hasn't. Been seen since July eighteenth a truck stop employee said she saw someone resembling Tibbets eating at, a local, fast food restaurant. Ed Donahue AP radio news AP radio news I'm Ed Donahue the president is specifically directed us to make the, matter of, the election meddling Securing our election process a top priority national intelligence director Dan Coats, is among the officials who spoke at the White House about efforts to protect the upcoming midterm elections from cyberattack we. Continue to see, a pervasive meshes in messaging campaign by Russia to try to weaken and. Divide the United States. But Cote. Says Russia is not the only country that could try to influence the election this is press secretary Sarah Sanders the president has made it clear that his. Administration, will not, tolerate foreign interference in our elections, from any nation state or other dangerous actor homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen says our democracy is in the crosshairs the national archives. And records administration. Says it won't be able to finish its review of, nearly. One million documents regarding supreme, court nominee Brett. Kavanagh's Amazon.

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EPA head wants car industry, states to compromise on emissions

Armstrong and Getty

02:06 min | 3 years ago

EPA head wants car industry, states to compromise on emissions

"Table twenty years ago house. Connected had also treated former President George h.w Bush the Catholic church is changing its stance, on the death penalty Michael winters at the Catholic reporter says it. Is now in line with pope Francis belief it's no longer a matter of Dental judgment there's no circumstances any longer in which the death. Penalty is morally justified until now church catechism had. Allowed for capital. Punishment in. Cases classified as extreme the new teaching is, expected to run into opposition here in the US and other countries where the death penalty is legal Ohio state's head football coach has been sidelined for, what he may have known about an. Assistant. Coach fired a, few days ago over charges he. Abused his, ex-wife urban Meyer has been put on paid administrative leave after the assistance x. Courtney Smith was interviewed by the sports news, sites stadium she claimed she told coach Myers wife about the, abuse in two thousand fifteen he was going to Harvard I said that. You. Should tell her then this we have somebody. Like best coaching young man's myth says, she doesn't know. If the message she ever got to coach Meyer the Trump. Administration is making a move to take away the power of California and other states to, set their own vehicle emission standards Live to CBS's Wendy Gillette the Trump administration wants to roll, back federal fuel efficiency standards set under President Obama the plan would put the administration in a legal fight with California and about a dozen. Other states that have strict rules on tailpipe emissions seventeen states including California have already filed suit over a declaration from the EPA April that US standards. On vehicle emissions are, not, appropriate Deborah Fiat Chrysler is recalling popular ram pickup. Truck sold in the US. And Canada w w j Jeff Gilbert. Pickups have tailgate second open while the trucks. Are moving via Chryslers, had more than fifty eight hundred complaints in warranty claims about the. Problem which can cause unsecured cargo to fall on the road no reports of crashes or injuries futures down twelve.

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Fed Holds Interest Rates Steady but, Defying Trump, Signals Increases to Come

America's Morning News

05:50 min | 3 years ago

Fed Holds Interest Rates Steady but, Defying Trump, Signals Increases to Come

"Thursday Morning America's First news continues it's, the second day of, August six minutes past the hour former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort trial focused on spending on day two witnesses testified Wednesday that. Manafort personally directed millions of dollars in international wire transfers the testimony was aimed at bolstering the prosecution's argument that Manafort hid millions and income from. The IRS and use the funds for a lavish lifestyle no witness accounts were also intended to contradict manafort's lawyers who have signaled del pin, the blame. For any illegal conduct on his longtime deputy Rick gates the White, House says, that President Trump's criticism of the, special counsel Russia probe, isn't obstruction Trump unleash several tweets Wednesday attacking special counsel Robert Mueller's. Election interference investigation and possible ties to the president's campaign he also, called on attorney. General Jeff Sessions to end the investigation here's White House press Secretary Sarah Huckabee, Sanders It's not an order, it's the president's opinion and it's ridiculous that all of the corruption and dishonesty that's gone on with the launching. Of the witch hunt the president wants to has watched, this process play out but he also wants to see it come to an end as he stated many times and we look. Forward, to that happening look the. President is not. Obstructing he's fighting back the president. Is stating his, opinion he stating clearly and he certainly expressing the frustration that he has with the level of corruption that. We've seen from. People like Jim Comey. Peter Struck Andrew McCabe there's a reason that the, president's angry and frankly most of. America's angry as well and there's no reason he shouldn't be able. To voice that opinion we certainly think. It should be completed we'd like it to be completed. Sooner rather than later it's gone on for an. Extensive amount of time they've still come up with nothing in, regards to the president we'd like to see it. Come to a close we've said that a number of times so sure we actually agree, on that. Front Session stepped aside last year from. Overseeing the inquiry and its deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, who's taking over that duty I divided US appeals court Wednesday struck down a key part of President Trump's contentious effort to crackdown. On, cities and states that limit. Cooperation with immigration. Officials saying an executive order threatening. To cut funding, for sanctuary cities was unconstitutional in the two one decision the ninth US circuit court of appeals agreed with. The lower decision. That congress alone control. Spending and presidents don't have the power to withhold, funding it approves to pursue their. Policy goals Turkey's Justice minister is shrugged off a US decision to. Impose sanctions against him and another Turkish. Government minister saying he doesn't have a penny to his. Name anywhere outside of Turkey the US announced sanctions. Against the Justice minister and interior minister over the detention of, American pastor Andrew Brunson who's being tried on espionage. And terror related charges turkeys calling on the US to reverse its decision and is Threatening to retaliate quote without delay Ohio State University is placed coach urban Meyer on paid administrative leave while it investigates claims that his wife knew. About allegations of abuse against, an assistant coach years before he was fired Courtney Smith gave an interview to stadium and provided text messages to former ESPN reporter, Brett mcmurphy between her and Shelley Mayer in two thousand fifteen and with the wives of other buckeyes. Coaches as Smith also provided brightening text she claims came from her ex husband former assistant Zack Smith and the founder of Papa John's pizza says the chain needs him back as. Its public face and that it was a mistake for the company to scrub him after he acknowledged using a racial slur last month John schnatter told the Associated Press this week he. Believes he can return to TV and, radio ads wants the public understands the context of his. Comments now he's been under fire after Forbes reported to use, the n. word during a media training conference call. In may He apologized but said that it, was taken out of context. Of the fed, reserve on Wednesday left its benchmark interest rate unchanged while signaling further gradual rate hikes in the months ahead as long as the economy stays healthy the fed projected in June four rate. Hikes this year that's up from three last year private economists expect the next one to happen at the September meeting and then a fourth in. December the fed statement was upbeat on the economy pointing to a strengthening labor. Market economic activity growing at a strong, rate and inflation that's reached the central bank's target. Of two percent annual gains and the Trump administration says it's clearing the way for health insurance to sell short term plans as low cost alternatives to pricey Obama LA policies for people, struggling with high premiums but the policies for. Individuals have no guarantees of coverage for existing medical conditions and come with, limited benefits federal health officials say. The plans can last for up to twelve months they may be renewed for up to thirty six months short term And plans have been a niche. Product for people in life transitions those switching jobs retiring before Medicare eligibility and that kind of thing officials hope the plans will. Appeal to people in eligible for income based subsidies. Under ObamaCare critics say the plans undermined the healthcare law Chuck Schumer the Senate minority leader has vowed to. Fight the administration, on its and finally this morning if you see an. Online post claiming to be from Patrick Dempsey asking you for money Don't believe it the actor tweeted on his verified account that people have. Been posing as ham trying to fool people. A spokesperson says Dempsey isn't. Seeking donations to the Dempsey centers for cancer treatment or for himself and she says the scams been, around for quite a while Dempsey was born in Maine of course he's best known for I don't know. Best known..

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Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay and USF discussed on AM Tampa Bay

AM Tampa Bay

08:00 min | 3 years ago

Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay and USF discussed on AM Tampa Bay

"And And it gets so loud That you. Know I I don't know it's my ears have been ringing for like the last yesterday. And there's still wringing today the set list was great. From, the really good music yeah whoever was in charge of of the. Playlist did a great job so we've got some more to talk about. In regards to the rally also we're going to talk to Laura Riley food. Critic for Tampa Bay, times we've got comedian Dan it's going to. Be in studio later on so we've got a ton to get you here on. Am Tampa Bay right now let's get a check, on traffic with Ron Stevens From train traffic center powered. By Burgess heating and air what looks like a forties. Remain, on for the accident penelas northbound onto seventy-five near Roosevelt boulevard but. There's no real delays associated with this crash you're looking good coming across. A Howard Franklin bridge into Hillsborough county and once you're off the bridge to. Seventy five clear into, downtown Tampa no delays northbound or southbound seventy. Five and you're moving well on I four no delays on the veterans and it's. Clear on the Salman Springer NewsRadio nine seventy WFL L. a. now transmitting, to south Tampa on FM one zero two point nine FM We have a lot of local stories to get to this morning we're going to have. An update on, the Clearwater. Stand your ground case that we will tell, you about also this Raymond James story I know this interest you in particular Aaron outrageous, outrageous outrageous Moakler I just like I understand like when people go. To a football game they want to enjoy a smoke here in there after a drink we gotta step. Through exactly so, you can't. You can't smoke anywhere on the grounds of, Raymond James anyway Sins are anything what about. Outside the stay outside the stadium. You can right I would hope in the, parking lot come up to me and you know and friends while. We're partying because you. Know. The the little. Vaporizer pens the e cigarettes can't even have those in there Those sometimes the puffs, of smoke that come from those whatever it is Lot of lies I it's it's. It's insane it looks ridiculous to me I'm not even sad about that but like sometimes, I'll think someone has a rice Krispy treat. And get around the corner and it's just a giant, cloud of life To. Me it's less about it impacting me in any way I just think it looks stupid, when it's this giants puff of what is Those crazy Researches. Those. Obnoxious okay those aren't the ones I'm talking. About, cigarettes yeah the things people use to get off. The cigarettes a. Believe me I understand the smell of cigarette is gross for some people if you're used, to it if you're going out to an event where, people party you should have a section one segment section where somebody can go to don't go by. That section if you're not if you're not into the cloud, of smoke stay, the I I could see doing, a section maybe What, parking what are, you going to run and keep smoking But. No more they they put their. Foot down so we'll get we'll get to that story later. I wonder, if people are going to be annoyed about that What's to kneeling and not being able to smoke People drink beers in all seriousness when people, are drinking beers and? We'll get into this later, what do they do sometimes when they drink beer they have a smoke even together smoke Absolutely, it's like sex and smoking right absolutely To. Have. Sex Sandwich if you Jewish And watch TV. The trifecta altogether We also have no you who's gonna join. Us in the seven o'clock hour there's this USF football stadium study USF plays. Their games at Raymond James stadium there's been a lot of talk to maybe USF. Will have their own stadium soon doesn't sound like that's going to be the case at least for for quite a while Look I I think the Ray j. part is fine my question to Noah was and he didn't have a great answer because we had him on about this on PM Tampa Bay earlier in the week was what is the transportation. Situation like because one of the things? That came up is that sometimes Raymond James stadium isn't as filled up as they'd like it to be? Because a lot, of students at USF, can get there and USF is becoming more of a campus where people live. On campus some people from out of state than on the car so what. Is the shuttle transportation situation could that help get more people from the campus to. The game days to bolster the attendance on campus so you know around the surrounding parts Apartments that's what I did, when I went to USF was I lived off campus, on apartments right around, right around the university so so if you're going to keep. It at Raymond James stadium and you want to. Get more people there is that a way that you. Could improve things untold eventually they do get. A, stadium on campus maybe a little but like it's more the inconvenience, of having, to go from Fowler wherever I never that inconvenient when, I went there we? Went to, all the games it wasn't that big of a deal but. I, but I could see if there are ways. Where you can shuttle more people there quickly and easily than maybe that could help a little bit you never gonna fill up Raymond James stadium at a US football game or the? Kids? Could just wake up from their dorms walk down the street put, on a pair of crocs and go to the game let's let's take it one step at a time let's make it easy as possible for these college students that's what we're trying to do coming up next we'll cover some of the top stories. Of the day right now news channel? Eight meteorologists Lee span joins us with today's forecast Lee what can we expect you know small rain chance? This morning mainly along the coast and I hesitated to put the rain chance back at fifty, percent but I went, ahead because there's still plenty of moisture rally thought it would. Be a little bit lower today but so put. The rain chance back at fifty percent there will be. Some scattered downpours through the afternoon but I. Really, believe that starting tomorrow we transition and today a much drier and, much hotter, weekend ahead but today still fifty percent range and now, we're going to hold? You to, that hotter and drier weekend we'll talk to you tomorrow Thank sleep and right now it's time for an update. On today's the latest headlines with Chris trank men in our nine seventy, w. f. l. a. newsroom, vice President Mike Pence is welcoming, back the remains of American troops killed in the Korean war in a speech at a ceremony, in Honolulu pants remarked that, the Korean war is called the forgotten war but those who. Died in the conflict are never forgotten, President Trump tweeted a thank you to North Korean dictator Kim Jong UN more democratic voters are making up their minds ahead of the primary and the governor's race. And that's good news for the only female candidate Opole shows former congresswoman Gwen Graham in the lead the poll, from Saint Pete polls dot org chose Graham with a. Seven point lead over Jeff green with former Miami, Beach mayor Philip LeVine in third place but the number of undecided voters is down about sixteen percent since. The last poll two weeks ago. Oscar nominee Margot Robbie is considering joining Academy Award winners Charlie's the're on. And Nicole Kidman in an An untitled movie about the Fox News sexual harassment scandal a Hollywood reporter says Kidman will portray Gretchen Carlson and, the're on will play Megan. Kelly I'm Chris tranquil on NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a now let's check sports from the six twenty WD sportscenter on their Jacobson rookie willia- done is homered and, drove in two runs to lead the race to a. Seven two two win yesterday over the LA angels the, two teams, will wrap up their series this afternoon at the Trump first pitch at one ten Ohio State. Head football coach urban Meyer was placed on paid administrative leave yesterday as, the school announced it's investigating, Courtney Smith's claims that several people, close to the coach knew of two thousand fifteen allegation of domestic violence against her ex husband, that would be former Ohio, State assistant football coach Zac Smith he was fired in July. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have given general, manager Jason light a one year contract extension that will keep them with the team or.

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President Trump, Meyer and Ohio discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

01:45 min | 3 years ago

President Trump, Meyer and Ohio discussed on Sean Hannity

"Buyer the ex wife of. Former Ohio State assistant coach Zac Smith claims she has no idea how urban Meyer could not have known that the. Assistant coach abused her in two thousand fifteen Courtney Smith told stadium sports that she told the wife of urban Meyer about zak's MRs salt on her in two thousand fifteen where he was. Arrested on felony assault and domestic violence charges somebody is crying out. For how the coach along with the coaches my have had a duty fate have a duty to give something to help instead of worrying about winning game somebody's safety and safety of their children and that. Environment that there needs to be more important urban Meyer denied knowledge, of the two thousand fifteen incident last week Ohio State nor Meyer have. Yet to comment on the report Packers linebacker Jake Ryan's gonna miss the entire two thousand eighteen season, after tearing his ACL in. Practice on Monday nationals beat the Mets today five to three News Radio I'm Steve Rappaport the White House saying President Trump's latest call. For the Russia investigation to end is not in order President Trump writing on Twitter this is a terrible situation and attorney general, Jeff Sessions should stop this rigged witch hunt right now before. It continues to stain our country any further sessions is unlikely to. Take action as he recused himself last year from the pro FOX's John decker the US threatening to impose sanctions on Turkey for refusing to release a detained American pastor Turkish president red chip type sang threatening. Language from the United States towards Turkey will not benefit anyone saying, there is an evangelist Zionist mentality in Washington techy accuses Andrew Brunson of. Terrorism charges but he says he's innocent and President Trump says he should be released to media FOX's,.

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U.S. to announce arrest of Ukrainian hackers: sources

Rush Limbaugh

02:56 min | 3 years ago

U.S. to announce arrest of Ukrainian hackers: sources

"Key word experts slide I'm ABC, six meteorologist Jim Goodall mostly cloudy most, of the showers south and east of, interstate seventy one. Today high of seventy eight cloudy and muggy tonight sixty five then tomorrow eighty, two, brighter skies fewer showers to the southeast whether it's powered, by the, basement, doctor it's mostly cloudy now seventy one and Worthington seventy two or your severe weather. Station, News Radio six ten WTVN a report from Brett mcmurphy today. Says Ohio State football coach urban Meyer knew about the domestic abuse. Allegations from twenty fifteen against then wide receivers coach Zac Smith mcmurphy obtaining text messages. And pictures from Courtney Smith the ex wife of, Zac Smith from the incident that Meyer claimed he did not know about. The, text exchange was between Courtney Smith, and Shelley, Mayer you can find more on the story at six ten WTVN dot com. As well as our Facebook and Twitter feeds Courtney meanwhile in an interview with these stadiums sports. Network adding she was told specifically. What to do after the alleged Incident. I was told don't call the police if you call the police he's going to. Get arrested it's going to go to the media, he's gonna lose job what are you gonna do an anyone who's been. Abused, you you really do think you, can change, you think well if I do something different protein JR and It's not the case they. Don't change and Smith adding Shelly told her. She would have to tell urban but never confirmed that. With her Zac Smith, was fired after Courtney filed a civil protection order against him elsewhere number. Of, complaints of illness Mitchell Colin Powell now top four hundred after dozens more reports came in to the Delaware County health department the restaurant on sawmill Parkway was shut down. Tuesday after the reports, came rolling in it was reopened after a thorough inspection health officials are still trying to determine what exactly caused the widespread, illness meanwhile three hackers have been arrested for targeting credit card, info from, that restaurant chain and two, others hackers targeted Chipotle chillies arby's and more. Than one hundred other American companies in. The hospitality industry. The FBI said they broke into computer. Systems and stole millions of, customer credit and debit card. Numbers later sold for profit the three. Hackers arrested or Ukrainian. Nationals affiliated with? The group thin seven which prosecutors said crafted. Legitimate looking Email messages with attachments that, contain malware? Been, seven has been selling stolen data, in, online Underground marketplaces since at least two thousand fifteen the three hackers were arrested overseas one. Is now in Seattle awaiting trial to others. Await extradition Aaron Katersky ABC news New York President Trump's. Asking attorney general Jeff, Sessions for the Russia investigation to come to an end he tweeted today. The, ongoing investigation of Russian near two thousand sixteen presidential election is a terrible situation aired any allegations of collusion is a total hoax instead the investigation as a rigged witch-hunt. Sessions recused himself from, the Russia probe in two thousand seventeen because of his close ties to the Trump presidential campaign we're hearing dramatic new audio, from inside the arrow Mexico playing the crash will try to, take off, and Durango.

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