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"dirani" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:32 min | 2 months ago

"dirani" Discussed on KOMO

"Dr Sam Dirani, it Honor Health Valley Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. I'm Sherry Preston. ABC NEWS Elmo News. 1000 FM, 97 7 It's 5 31 Right now Thursday morning, and some showers in parts of the North Sound this morning right now in downtown Seattle were being spared the rain. It's 58 degrees along with Greg Herschel time. Amanda Factor. Here are the top stories from the Coma, 24 7 News center. We start off with the latest numbers and new covert cases. Air spiking again here in Washington, the state Health Department Reporting 521 new cases in the last 24 hours and 10 additional deaths and the current computer projections show more than 2500 people in our state could die from Corona virus By November 1st, businesses are seeing their operating costs soar. Under reopening guidelines set by the state employers are generally required to provide masks and other protective equipment to their workers. Any stores are offering them to customers. Andrea Bria with Seattle South Side Chamber of Commerce, says shops have also had to redesign spaces for social distancing, and many restaurants have invested in outdoor dining in terms of, you know, quantifying the cost, Like you said. It really depends on the business. It could be anywhere from a couple $100 to a couple $1000 challenges keeping masks and PP in stock. Deliveries could take anywhere from a week to a month or more. An elected official from the Tri Cities area who has taken heat for his Corona virus dance in the past, is taking more heat now, after saying that a testing site isn't necessary. Almost Brian Calvert tells us the alleged statement was made as his county faces a huge uptick in Cove in 19 cases. A spokesperson for the Washington National Guard states former footballer turned Franklin County Commissioner Clint did here. Isn't a fan of the drive through testing site at an event center in Pasco. After visiting the site recently, the Guard noted quote. The commissioner expressed his believed that the testing site wasn't necessary and told the office of the insurance commissioner that he would do what he could do have it moved when our partner station Chema confronted did here with this. The commissioner said he doesn't have a problem with testing. He just doesn't like the sight because he feels it will interfere with the upcoming primary election. There's a ballot drop off box nearby. The testing site is operated by his county's health department, meaning technically if a majority of his colleagues agree the site could be moved did here has been criticized in the past for his defiant stance on the Corona virus had one point telling business owners to open their doors against orders from the governor's office to remain closed. Ryan Calvert Camo News. The King County Health inspector has shut down Duke's chowder House in West Seattle after a Corona virus outbreak among workers. Inspectors say the restaurant and Al Qaeda was not in compliance with the state state say stave safe stay healthy requirements of the state. Dukes will be allowed to reopen once an inspector gives the old clear when Governor Insley allows counties to start moving to the next phase of reopening again. Clark County maybe stuck in face to county health officer, Dr Allen Melnick says in early June, they were on pace to move to Phase three. The problem is that starting in June The numbers began to increase significantly. Over the last two weeks, the county is averaging roughly 26 new cases per day. It needs to be under nine cases per day to move forward. The Colombian reports. If the numbers don't start to dip soon, there could be a jumpin hospitalizations and deaths. Yesterday, Clark County confirmed 37 new cases. It's 5 34 Here's what's coming up after we check traffic and weather come a police soon to be wearing body cameras on Carleen Johnson with details. It's by 34 1st Let's check the Dr John Nelson has another coma. Traffic update Our closing Annabelle Fair area cleared from the roadway. That's Highway three. Both directions on Highway 106 not a whole lot of roadway there to begin with. So I imagine you'll find Some extra heavy traffic through the scene. We did have a collision that was blocking on state Route 5 20 in the Ah Redmond area that is clear fromthe roadway as well. Still looking at problems in the total Mike area with 405 north and at 116th Street. Ah collision, blocking both toll lanes and medical aid. Fire in aid and police are all at the scene. So huge distraction right now for drivers are next Comeau traffic at 5 44 Traffic sponsored by Rocket Mortgage by Quicken Loans. You're ready to buy a new home, but you don't know where to start. Rocket can check out the rocket mortgage home Buyers Guide for articles, tips and Tools. Rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Look at the weather. Now. Here's meteorologist Kristen Clark Light rain. It is today, primarily across the northwest interior, where areas of Bellingham and Everett Could see between 1/10 and 1/4 of an inch of rain. Good for the lawn.

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What's Behind Protests in Iran and Iraq?

WSJ What's News

05:33 min | 10 months ago

What's Behind Protests in Iran and Iraq?

"Our main story this morning we've been covering the wave of global protests from Hong Kong to Latin America and our shows over the past few weeks today. We're going to catch you up on what's been happening. In the Middle East and Iran and Iraq specifically both countries have seen widespread protests during the past month this morning in Iraq back protesters set fire to an Iranian consulate. In the city of Nejaf Sooner Rasmussen has been following it all he joins me now from Beirut so soon let's start with Iran then. We saw some pretty violent protests there. What was there genesis? So these protests they were triggered by a decision by the Ruhani government commit to drastically increase fuel prices. Gasoline prices pretty much overnight they enacted this decision late on a Friday. Nine Friday is like Sunday. Iran holiday probably two draws little attention to this decision as possible and increase fuel prices on on about two hundred percent which was the case neuron something that hits everybody in the country but especially lower classes and middle classes and this of course comes after for a long period years of deep economic crisis in Iran that's only been exacerbated by American sanctions American sanctions. Iran have have undermined the national currency. It sent prices skyrocketing and it's is also increased unemployment and all these things combined with just a general unhappiness with the with Iran's isolation in the world and also the government's inability to give any kind of relief from international sanctions. I think that's what eventually triggered this protests that we saw earlier. It's month so walk me through what happened. These protests then begin and then we see a strong response from the regime right. The regime came out in full force and it came out very quickly. We've had reports of for mass arrests of quite violent crackdown on protesters. I think actually actually this crackdown. Tanner surpasses anything. We've seen from the Iranian regime. In the past there was also a a big anti-government protests in two thousand and nine for different reasons there were some protests in late two thousand seventeen early twenty eighteen but this time the crackdown town was more swift and from everything we see. It's it that we've seen has always been more violent and it's caused more deaths among protesters is a little I need to make a caveat that it's it's a little unclear what happened in Iran because one of the things that we did was to almost entirely cut caught off the national Internet those only about four or five percent cutting tiffany over over a period of the week while this crackdown was unfolding. So we do know To some extent what happened but still a lot of things that are only just emerging now and I think the reason the regime crackdowns hottest and now it has experienced is from for example Syria where it helped President Assad fin doth a big popular uprising. There and it's seen across the region. How public topic uprisings can can threaten national governments and unseat them and I think he wants to avoid anything similar happening inside Iran? I mean you bring up protests elsewhere in the region. We also saw that. There has been unrest in Iraq as well over the past few weeks. Yes and then does that. That unrest in Iraq has been even more violent actually the protests there have have demanded a complete overhaul of the a political system. They're not just going for the prime minister. They're they're basically asking the entire political lead to resign in the want to complete a new political system system and in the political system Iran has a lot of influence through local militias that have the whole lot sway in the local government so the popular protests there are a challenge to Iran's influence in Iraq and a lot of protests was actually especially down south in Iraq have have also called for Iran's leave the country and as these protests have continued. People have been to have been the streets for several months now now as they have continued they've kind of taken on an increasingly anti Rania bent and and especially down. South protesters testers are increasingly turning against Iran. And last month Stephen third down the Iranian consulate. And so we've seen unrest arrest in Iran. We've seen unrest in Iraq. What does the future hold? I know it's hard to predict these things but it seems like quite a lot's been kicking off. I think until until the Iranian government manages to Kinda give the population some relief whether economic or social is also a lot of social grievances inside Tyron. I think we'll see this protest kind of boil over from time to time whether they seriously challenge the the government also the broader leadership in Tehran. That remains to be seen. I think. Uranian Dirani population is also very aware that any kind of uprising will be met with fierce forced by the Iranian authorities.

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US says attack on Saudi oil site was an Iranian 'act of war'

Mark Levin

11:13 min | 1 year ago

US says attack on Saudi oil site was an Iranian 'act of war'

"The first let's get to our friend doctor Johnson sh Anzor who's with us now he is from the foundation for defense of democracies and he's gonna tell us what his thoughts are on all this deductions are going to have you back. thank god none with you so let's just start with the the Iran Saudi situation how big a deal is this as you see it you know how different is this from the provocations we've seen in the past and what first well let's start what should the Saudis do. okay so first of all let's just say that the attack it just took place was it a hugely significant one in the center the Saudis have you know they are one of the world's largest producers of oil fit atop a massive proven reserves and they have this massive facility that is a core component of the global supply of oil the Iranian know this and they have struck you had it done so with precision and done so with significant weaponry so this was not just simply an attack on Saudi Arabia some would claim this was an attack on the U. S. led system it was certainly an attack on the global supply of oil and I must also add that the the reassurances that we've heard from the Saudis this is all just gonna be fixed very quickly to me does not strike me as true I think they put a rosy spin on a lot of things remember they're killing your back journalist. Jamal Khashoggi you know they mean per per week they are saying it didn't happen and it lies in the course we ultimately found out the very ugly truth I think we're gonna probably go through a similar exercise here with the Saudis now as to what the Saudis should do I mean certainly I'd like to see the Saudis be able to defend themselves but we do have questions about their military capabilities you know they've been fighting a war in Yemen and not doing it very well you know instead of attacking who he targets taken out school buses for children it's not gone well for them do you think that's I mean judge Dr day of a job and did you do you think that that's an act them the Saudis are spending the third most on on munitions each year on on on defense of any country in the world so why can't they be more efficient or are they haphazard on purpose. well that's a good question in in I mean actually visited Saudi Arabia last year it and you know I was in one of these operation rooms and you know they really made it look like it was a really professional operation yes they're buying up American sophisticated weaponry hand over fist but you know when you look at how they prosecuted their own conflicts it does not look good and it does raise questions about education about training about commitment and you know I think the question is you know if the Saudis respond you know with US backing and the Saudis failed to deliver the message that we wanted to deliver what does that do to their Terence our deterrent deleted bold in Iran make things worse does it turn the tide of public opinion in the favor of the Iranians these are things that I would not personally want to take a chance what do you think should happen. hello there you look there are a lot of different ways to respond we've we've seen from the trump administration is the party just announced new sanctions and we expect those to be announced let's just say within the next couple of days or weeks I have concerns about that response only because I think it's perpetuation of the status quo the running and decided to attack Saudi Arabia and its oil installation because they're under sanctions and they were trying to gain leverage over the United States showing that they could hurt at home and that we need to come to the table and offer certain concessions I think if we up the ante on sanctions and lay likely up the ante on continued attacks against US interests and against oil are hard so then the question is what do you do beyond that I think there are two things one is I think it's time to engage with our international partners again there are all these countries that stopped working with us on Iran policy because we walked away from the Iran nuclear deal saying the Iranians we're doing everything we wanted well I think we can now dispense with that you know now that they are aggressors and that they're not just targeting you at or Saudi Arabia they're targeting global oil one would hope that the French or the British or even the Russians or the Chinese with hate we don't want that we don't want to spend more more more on oil we need to get around the skil so let's all work together then there's the last part of this which is a credible threat from the United States not necessarily conflict but certainly moving assets closer to arrive in the region letting them know that there can be are you in a real ramifications if they continue to escalate right now I am concerned that Iran does not your office in the league they look at us with this after that we're getting ready to leave the region and that we only rely on sanctions and that is not a good place to be in the region like around. what would a strike that is commensurate with the provocation here look like. it you could hit me you know Iraq Dirani and refining facilities there isn't there one or two facilities that I think are probably already being looked at there's also cargo island which is a major shipping point for you're running petroleum products you can imagine that a strike along those lines would be would be commensurate. there is the question though I think a couple of things one the president does speak to be concerned about the price of oil and and what conflicts might you in terms of to the health of the economy into one doesn't know what that would do globally there's also the question of an Iranian response in whether they attacked the US directly and whether their struggles to do another conflict which of course the president is both to do we may yet not really have many options left if you're running and continue to escalate but I think it's important that we have those sorts of targets already good night I'm sure the Pentagon has already been thinking through these but it's really interesting to note that there are voices from the Pentagon right now urging caution and it's not exactly the traditional role of the Pentagon usually the Pentagon says we're here we're at the ready you let us know when you need us and you know we can do damage to the enemy right now the Pentagon comping the break and that is sort of a new thing for me to to to watch I don't really know what it means. how concerning should be that it seems that nineteen projectiles in there all of missiles in a sense but it was a combination of cruise missiles and drones that nineteen projectiles were fired seventeen hit their targets based on the damage assessment I was reading this morning and that neither the Saudi nor Iran Saudi nor American radar capabilities pick this up. it is deeply disconcerting I I I read a report today suggesting that the the Saudis were actually pointing their detection in the direction of Iraq Syria Yemen all with this understanding that Iran would never attack them directly into that they don't have the means to intercept directly from you know we get a tax or large firearm and that is why we have this kind of blind spot that is a heck of a blind spot to have when you're talking about an aggressive country like Iran you know a state sponsored terrorism that has been mastering missile technology and precision guided munitions TGM care which are sending all over the place you know to his bill on Hamas and other proxies. think that they'd be ready for all that one interesting thing to think about of course is not just the three of you looking to fight this no weaponry coming out of state but also potentially to draw from the expertise of the Israelis and there's been this really interesting kind of quiet diplomacy that's been taking place between the Saudis in the Israeli because of their mutual antipathy Peron maybe this is the moment where they start to work together in the Middle East politics begin to change this is potentially one positive spin but really right now it's a lot of negative if you're wondering how professional the Saudis are whether they can handle this themselves how the US needs to get involved should it be involved and whether they're put those on the precipice of another conflict but many Americans are very concerned about getting into how how rattled I mean I know you have contacts all across the region how rattled or the Saudis by what happened. well this is the thing I mean right now I think they're circling the wagons you know it's a lot of kind of personal out reach too you know a oil companies to try to figure out how to get things back online a lot of reassurances publicly her statements and things like that I have to tell you we're not we're probably not going to get an honest answer of the Saudis for a little bit into the rosy for awhile they're gonna put the positive spin on it the thing that I'm concerned about is that our financial institutions are buying you know talking to oil traders focusing will look we've got lots of X. Erica the path to the right now it's going to be fine what what difference keeps doing that and I think a rod certainly has the capacity and the will to keep doing this and if the Saudi facilities are not put back online quickly and others taken off line you have the potential for a real crisis so that's the kind of thing that I'm watching right now and I think that goes very under reported what do you think the gloves come off option would be from the American and Saudi point of view if we just decided we want your audience to know that never it never again are they gonna do something like this. well like I said I think there are some Iranian oil so the stark take those awful offline and what you're doing is you're you're removing whatever hell the I mean more along the lines of his is do you think there's a shock and awe possibility here tear or they are they going to just stay away from that because the possibility of I mean that is an escalation right then then we are at war yeah that is that if that's true I although I think that look there are other things that the US has been thinking about taking out for quite some time like Iranian nuclear facilities and you know they've been loath to do it but maybe this is the time now to say look not only are we gonna take out your ability to sell oil but all the nuclear threat that you continue to oppose and and the issue well they're gonna be taken off the table now too because we've got the mall added bunker busters they're going to get rid of those nuclear site you've got got in on the side of a now so I can imagine doing that and by the way that's the kind of think that the international community even if they're very fearful of conflict they're gonna cheered because the Iranians it's you know have have had everybody running scared for basically a decade now over that nuclear

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"dirani" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"dirani" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"No, the regime in Iran would not survive direct conflict, with the United States, which is why they are. Tempting these sort of mosquito bites directed at the United States, hoping that the United States will, then knock, a couple of rain ships out of the water, for example, and then the Iranians can stump around the Ronnie, and government can stump around talking about how they need to defend their country side with the colas. And they're looking for a rally around the flag effect. That's the entire purpose of this particular move, because the fact is that Dirani and government is out of money, the choking of the Iranian economy, which has happened under the Trump administration for which is our full credit has had significant effects on the Iranian government. They're feeling it all across the country. They're not able to fund their terrorist. Friends at come off in the Gaza Strip anymore. Very, very sad. All of the regional ambitions are being gradually forted by the fact that they are running out of cash. And so there are attempting to lash out in the hopes that this will create an impetus for everybody to basically, pay them off. American analysts were pouring over imagery as well a signal intercepts on Thursday to help determine how the attack happened who was responsible, according to a senior American official based on the extent of the damage to the tankers early indications suggested that either minds torpedoes were used said the senior officials acknowledged the investigation was still in its early stages. Last week, General Frank Mckee MacKenzie, who's the head of US central command told reporters traveling with him in the Middle East, he believed the Iranians or their proxies could carry out an attack in any moment. He said, I think the threat is imminent and you remember that there was a British general who had disagreed. And then the British Foreign Secretary said, oh yeah, he's wrong. The Iranians are getting, really, really militant one of the ship struck on Thursday is the fronts al-tair owned by the Norwegian shipping company frontline, it was burned its crew had evacuated. The vessel CBC corporation is a Taiwanese oil company that had chartered the ship to carry nap though, which is a petroleum product and confirmed that had been attacked the Norwegian newspaper VG, quoted, a frontline spokesman as saying that ship was on fire that all twenty three members had been rescued. The other tanker was the Panamanian. Coca courageous, it was carrying methanol and the Iranian state news media reported that it too was on fire. It eventually ended up finding a port in I it was reportedly headed from the Saudi port of all Jubal to Singapore. Both the ship's owner and atop writer, said, all twenty one crew members had abandoned ship related rescued by nearby vessel. So if I mentioned earlier these American flag, they're not American flag. They were foreign flagged, but these are all allies of the United States, obviously, Iran state news media, confirmed the attacks on the two tankers, and the rescue of forty four Mariners the news channel, I r I n said a rescue team from the southern Orion province of Haraz gone had picked up the crew of the ship carrying the Panamanian flag. Japan's trade ministry said, both ships carrying Japan related cargo so, we'll bring you the latest on that I won't point out in one second, how insane..

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"dirani" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

13:57 min | 2 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Join me now is the prime anchor a TV five the honorable Cherie polo Cherie palolo, welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show. Cherie howard. That's quite the introduction. Voiceover guy for. Yes, I'm promoting. You're the veteran there. Right. I mean, you've been there. How many? How many years have been there? Now. Teen years this summer sixteen years that's pretty good for. Yeah. That's not bad. Business. That's real good. But. In this business. You know, that's really good. Rob Brian Bennett channel twelve I guess thirty thirty three thirty four years. Yeah. You know, it's one of those things when I got I was working in Charlotte before I came back here when I come back home. I thought okay, this'll be great. And maybe I'll get to stay for a few years. I've been really lucky I. I hope that I am here. Let's get down on the facts. We're gonna talk about Brad Kavanagh on these new allegations and reading the affidavit of Julie, sweat, Nick. She's alleging that Brad Kavanagh Mark judge and numerous boys at a private Catholic high school this. It'd be like guys at cub cather saying AXA LaSalle or molar Hamilton Bayden, but they would conduct rape rooms. And she alleges that she was is like a train of numerous boys would stand in line to rate girls, none of which ever resulted in any criminal charges in the early nineteen eighty s and this was well known that Brad Kavanagh conducted rape rooms and high school, and I'm reading these when you get time get off the air just read them, and I'm going oh my God. Over the last week who weeks every other day seems like something you develops in this case, it's certainly is one of the things that intrigued you as an outsider somebody who's not in the political world because you'd rather woman myself. And then as a journalist you're trying to figure out. Okay. What's true? What's not what's relevant works? Not believable. And I'm not saying that a political. I could this really happen and how creepy guy have gotten so far career. If in fact true every now, and then the FBI calls me and says they're conducting a background search on. So. And so now, we'll mention names because I have friends getting federal position. So I said, okay when you want to get together, I get together to FBI agent. Shop is show me their credentials, and they come to my house in my office, and we sit down and we'd go over. Okay. This person. Here you went to high school or college or law school with this person. I want to go over twenty five or thirty questions, and they tried to empty out your mind about this person. You went to law school or college what has to every aspect of that person's life. So Brett cavenaugh six times past FBI background checks in west. They went through his high school grade school college law school all of his jobs, and they do a workup a mockup based upon all and all these six background checks. I would have to assume that a large number of boys at this private Catholic high school. Cool raped numerous girls and a rape room. And this was an ongoing event that took place over numerous years that somebody at some point was that you know, what I want to tell you about something. Well, we conducted rape rooms of girls. I mean is this something a teenage boys wouldn't talk about this. You certainly would think so. And I know what you're saying about these federal investigations. And when the FBI. To countless amount of questions. You certainly would think. So I don't know, you know, it's one of those where I look at what happened with Bill. Cosby, right? I mean who knows what is going on with the cavenaugh situation in this is just a political star. Right. But then I look at what happened here with Cosby an ECB dozens and dozens of women came forward. Yeah. Because they thought back then who gonna listen to me. Right. And then you see America's father putting here. Upset with you know, something I don't think we ever ever see. No, I'm going to stay in. I don't know what to say. I've never seen anything. I thought Robert Bork was bad. I thought you were too young to remember this. I thought Clarence Thomas was bad. Believe me. I'm not too young. I mean that was about pubic hair on a coke can and all that was terrible. And I'm reading this other stuff. And I'm thinking what what world is it possible. That boys at Moeller cub. Cats say next quality kids, you know, what I'm saying. I guess look. And I know where you're going with me. Like, I said, I think it seems unbelievable. At the same time. What was going on and has gone on and continued to go on and our Catholic church. Unbelievable. Convicting an age that you would not still have this sort of secrecy going on. And yet, look what we saw in Pennsylvania. So I guess it's one of those where it has to be investigated. And hopefully, no matter what the truth comes out. That's a great analogy. Because. The line enough forty. They're telling her right down the middle. But I'll say this. Has your job and just be able to give my real opinion about things just Bamble? All I do is talk. But if somebody said to me, I've been a Catholic my whole life Saint Xavier. Want to monitor for a year once Xavier university, graduated did I've been around priest my whole life never saw any if somebody would have told me a few many years ago that there were there were hundreds and hundreds of Roman Catholic priest who sexually assaulted and raped thousands of boys in one St. and a few archdiocese. I have said that's impossible. Couldn't happen. Believe that I believe I believe at one thousand percent. And so when I read the stuff about rape rooms, I'm thinking. Well, let's talk about. Gary. Switching gears. We have according to the experts into the best or the second best children's hospital in the country and the greatest country in the world the most developed medical science in the history of the world. We haven't Cincinnati children's hospital, which was ranked number two. I've had my son there when he was a kid. I think he's number one greatest. And so when they're sued by about one hundred patients because allowing someone like Dr teak Dirani who's a fleeing felon residing now in Pakistan to do thousands of surgeries at children's hospital resulting in about one hundred children being literally butchered and putting wheelchairs much like the pre scandal. Or what I'm reading about? Brad kavanagh. I find that hard to believe. And so, however, your station has been covering this doing a great job and one of the most shocking statements I've ever heard from a lawyer, and I've heard many is when the lawyer for Cincinnati children's hospital said in opening statement, Dr Durrani is one of us. And I heard that I said I would never say Dr Dirani is one of us. Let me get some perspective to this case when there is a gag order on all these cases for years, and at the beginning of an and I always wanted to talk with them, you know, the patients in these cases. Carson writer Karen can win Christina wetter agreed to speak with me the gag order. Hickman worked at and I go to their home under the story. Right. And in the other room, by the way, is there a little boy who I believe when we talk about twelve thirteen before. Not speak can not get around on his own. Now has spina bifida. Spina bifida, but their claim is that when he worked out the turn one, mama. And. Only the only. We drag it like a little bit when he would crawl and. Which is why they went to Dr Dirani and by the way, while the children's hospital until this point. And I think would agree is all of our we haven't been using doctors. Thank God in our own backyard at children's hospital, and you're claiming this guy with different this guy. They thought with likable traffic has in working with children's for that entire first year of their son's life and prior to him being born because they knew he was going to have spina bifida. But then they go to see the doctor who in that respect. And they say it says your son's going to your his head detached from his spine. When you've never emergency surgery. They can we put it off until he has his first birthday party. He says, okay. But then we gotta get him in here. And then he has that initial surgery where is in a hate hateful. He can't he ended up needing surgery after that that they were never anticipating a rock put up his back that by the way, the family says now and other doctors will testify that thing break there could kill their son. He can't write on a school by because if they go over a bump. Who knows what could happen? And so this is one of about a hundred. Better going to trial now where you have a patient who trusted children hospital and this doctor and they're clean air. Doctor who was performing not only back surgery, but unnecessary surgeries. And we should mention that just last week Westchester hospital who is being sued by three hundred fifty four patients settled in the middle of a trial, the federal trial that's going on in regard to Dirani and Westchester hospital. Willie David and Goliath. Hospital companies on one side and five hundred patients who will tell you. They don't have any money or people who were on limited income, and they trusted this doctor, and the hospitals where they work and then right in the middle doctor who by the way, the country when he was charged and. I don't think thing these federal charges for performing unnecessary surgery and insurance. This guy at the time this doctor with living in a mansion in Mason. I think a lot of these patients, including the rudder family that is in the middle of their one trial right now. They never even. Go to court because. Money has been spent. These cases by the hospitals by Dirani's attorney. Well, the key is the family went to the preeminent children's hospital, and this part of the country and was told by an employee of children's hospital, Dr Dirani that if you only have emergency surgery your son's head has become detached from his body. Right now, what parent would say, Dr Dirani. Let's I'm at children's hospital. I'm here. Look at his structure. Okay. Let's do it. And since then it's provable. The doctor Dirani at children's hospital butcher this little boy, I will say that we have reached out to not only children's hospital, but every hospital involved all of their attorney multiple times every time we did this story we reached out to them, and they will not comment on any of these case. I don't blame him. Dare contention. And there are two attorneys are saying, you know, in court if that they didn't know what this doctor with doing right. I think the concerning thing for these patients at children's and then the ones who follow Africa time to Ronnie. A doctor at children's hospital. Our investigation also uncovered I talked with co workers of Durrani doctors and nurses twenties at these various hospitals who said we tried to speak up. He would erode doctor and no one would listen there were three doctors. Who wrote a letter saying we are concerned about this. Dr somebody is going to die right that that letter never made it to the Ohio medical board. All these accusations by these patients, and their attorney beaters law firm that the hospitals we're trying to cover it up and wants to wanting children's they finally get him out of children's. They realize that maybe they have a liability on their hand. They get him out of children. He then goes on and had. All of these other hospitals. And so on. And I'm telling you really after I met this one. I asked if I could go to needing every month heaters law firm holding up baby. You have people walking in who are bent over with crooked next because their son or daughter or mother ended up dying or any sort of resolution with ever made before they were ever compensated. And it's really heartbreaking to watch these people walk in. All they want is some sort of running. Of course to be locked out well that ever happen. Who knows 'cause he's hiding out in Pakistan? And they want the people who knew about it could be held accountable..

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"dirani" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And put in wheelchairs, much like the pre scandal. Or what I'm reading about? Brad kavanagh. I find that hard to believe. And so however, your station has been covering this doing a great job as we speak. The mother of a little boy who was brutalized by Dr Durrani is on the witness stand. And I imagine he's breaking down in tears about her about her, son. And what Dr drowning did him at children's hospital and one of the most shocking statements I've ever heard from a lawyer, and I've heard many as one the lawyer for Cincinnati children's hospital said an opening statement, Dr Durrani is one of us. And I heard that I said. I would never say Dr Durrani is one of us. I wanna say. Some perspective to the case when we could gag order on all these cases four years and beginning of an and I always wanted to talk with you know, the on patients in these. Finally Carson writers parents can win Christina wetter agreed to speak with me. Gag order has been lifted and. I go to their home thinking under the story, right? And in the other room, by the way, is there a little boy who I believe when we talk about twelve thirteen before beak. Can not get around on his own now has spina bifida which was born with spina bifida, but their claim is that when he works just about the turn one he was saying, mama and daddy. And the only thing that was wrong with him. We drag his legs a little bit when he would crawl and since starting curve, which is why they went to Dr Dirani, by the way, while the children's hospital until this point. And I think would agree is all of us that we haven't been using doctors. Thank God in our own backyard at children's hospital there claim is this guy was different this guy. They thought with likable they trusted him because they have been working with children's for that entire first year of their son's life and prior to him being born because they knew he was gonna have spina bifida. But then they go to see this doctor who immediately sisters, and they say it says your son's going to your his head could literally detached from his spine when he'd never emergency surgery. They say can we put it off until we hear this first birthday party. He says, okay. But then we gotta get him in here. And then he has that initial surgery where he is in a hate wrong. He can't. He ended up needing multiple surgery after that they were never anticipating a rod was put up his back that by the way, the family says now and other doctors will pacify thing breaks there. You know, it could kill their son. He can't write on a school bus because if they go over a bump this child who knows what could happen. And so this is one of about a hundred cases that are going to trial. Now where you have these patients who trusted children's hospital and this doctor, and they're clean is. This was a rogue doctor who was performing not only bad surgeries, but unnecessary surgeries. And we should mention that just last week Westchester hospital who was being sued by three hundred and fifty four patients settled in the middle of the trial, the federal trial that's going on in regards to Dirani and Westchester hospital. This is like Willie David and Goliath, this major hospitals and insurance companies on one side and more than five hundred patients or the other Benny of who will tell you. They don't have any money. These people who were on limited incomes, and they trusted the doctor and the hospitals where they were I've been right in the middle of the doctor who by the way. Fled the country when he was charged and is still facing these federal charges for performing unnecessary surgeries and insurance fraud. And this guy at the time this doctor was living in a mansion in Mason still is I think a lot of these patients, including the rudder family that is in the middle of their one trial right now. They never even we weren't. Sure. If he'd ever get to go to court because. Hello, much money has been spent fighting these cases by the hospitals by Dirani's attorney. Well, and at this point the mothers on the stand, and I'm sure breaking down and crying. But the key is the family went to the preeminent children's hospital, and this part of the country and was told by an employee of children's hospital, Dr Dharani that if you only have emergency surgery your son's head is going to become detached from his body right now. What say Dr Johnny. Let's I'm at children's hospital. I'm here. I'm in Clifton structure. Okay. Let's do it. And since then it's provable that Dr Dirani a children's hospital butcher this little boy. Look, I will say this. We have reached out to not only children's hospital, but every hospital involved all of their attorneys multiple times every time we did this story we reached out to them, and they will not comment on any of these cases. Their contention, and their attorneys are saying, you know, in court is that they didn't know what this doctor was doing. Right. I think the concerning thing for these patients at children's. And then the ones who followed with at the time to Ronnie was oh. Oh, a doctor at children's hospital. Our investigation also uncovered I talked with co workers of Dirani's doctors, and nurses, fellow employees at these various hospitals who said we we tried to speak up when he was a rogue doctor, and no one would listen there were three doctors. Who wrote a letter saying we are concerned about this. Dr somebody is going to die right that that letter never made it to the Ohio medical board. So they're they're all these accusations by patients, and their attorney law firm that the hospitals we're trying to cover it up and wants to wanting left children's. They finally get him out of children's. They realize that maybe they have a liability on their hand. They get him out of children's. He then goes on and has privileges at all of these other hospitals, Westchester and so on. Doing. And I'm telling you really after I met this one family, then I get in I asked if I could go to a meeting every month law firm holds a meeting where the update these patients, and I'm telling you have people walking in who are bent over with crooked next crying because their son or daughter or mother ended up dying before any sort of resolution was ever made before they were ever compensated, and it's really heartbreaking to watch these people walk in and all they want is some sort of they want to Wani, of course, to be locked well that ever happened who knows 'cause he's hiding out in Pakistan, and they want the people who knew about it to be held accountable. And again, we tried to talk with the hospitals. We have great hospitals this community people come from all over the world to be treated here. But the reality is if you have a bad, doctor on your hands shouldn't they be held accountable. That's. What they're. That's what the patients will say to you. Absolutely. Sure. We got to go. You're going to cover the story tonight. Again, we'll be on tonight on channel five hundred eighteen. In a sense. It's painful because children's hospital ninety nine percent of the time does a great job and in this circumstance because Dirani produced for them millions tens of millions of dollars. They look the other way to make money, and there are hundreds of hurting children, and parents that feel so guilty allowing their own children to have such bubbly. I'd youthful innocence to be put in the clutches of Dr Durrani and has taken and the game has been played for years to just gonna bleed these parents dry, knowing they might be a lot of attorneys couldn't take this case could afford to take it. I think Eric theaters would tell you he has leverage can style. You know to just continue fighting for these patients and keep in mind Dirani with the second highest billing doctor in Ohio and the feds found enough evidence to charge him with performing unnecessary surgeries and insurance fraud. And now the question is what did the hospitals now? Cherie Paulo good job. Give my best to Mike Dardis and all the folks at five and the absolute will, thanks willing to have a great day. And thanks for God bless America. Let's continue with more. We're going to have more on these allegations of rape rooms conducted by Brad Kavanagh after this on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl wwl's seven hundred w.

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"dirani" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

17:22 min | 2 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Time parents were born the most dramatic television moment was the landing on the moon in Brett and Neil Armstrong getting off the ladder. One small step for man one giant leap for mankind. I remember where I was my wife, and I just got married. We were watching it and eleven oh five Dana avenue apartment number eight in Avondale was going to school. And now, that's that's nothing compar-. What's gonna happen tomorrow? Especially with these new allegations. Join me now is the prime anchor at TV five the honorable Cherie polo Cherie polo, welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show Cherie Howard. That's quite the introduction. Voiceover guy. Yes, I'm promoting your the veteran there. Right. I mean, you've been there. How many how many years how many years you've been there? Now. Eighteen years this summer sixteen years that's pretty good for at five. Yeah. That's not bad in that business. That's real good. But. In this business. You know, that's really good. I've been really lucky rob Bron Bennett channel twelve I guess thirty thirty three thirty four years. Yeah. You know, it's one of those things when I got I was working in Charlotte before I came back here when I come back home. I thought okay, this'll be great. And maybe I'll get to stay for. I've been really lucky I. End here. Let's get down on the facts. We're gonna talk about Brett cavenaugh on these new allegations came out about four minutes ago. I'm reading the affidavit of Julie sweat naked. She's alleging that Brad Kavanagh Mark judge and numerous boys at a private Catholic high school. This be like guys at cub cather saying acts or LaSalle or molar Hamilton Bain conduct rape rooms, and she alleges that she was victim is like a train of numerous boys would stand in line to rape girls. None of which ever resulted in any criminal charges in the early nineteen eighty s and this was well known that Brad Kavanagh conducted rape rooms and high school, and I'm reading these when you get time off the air just read them, and I'm going oh my God. Yeah. This is all surfacing within the last few minutes of aiming walk over the last week two weeks eight every other day, it seems like something you develops in this case. It certainly is one of the things that intrigued you adds an outsider somebody who's not even the political. We're all because woman. The woman myself and journalist you're trying to figure out. Okay. What's true? What's not what's relevant? What's not? This seems on believable. And I'm not saying that a, you know, a political speech. It just seems that could this really happen. And how could this guy have gotten so far to get career? If is in fact true, but I guess we'll have to wait and see and I do need to read more about it. Coming out every now, and then the FBI calls me and says they're conducting a background search on. So. And so now won't mention names because I have friends getting federal position. So I said, okay, when you want to get together, I get together to FBI agent show up they show me their credentials, and they come to my house from my office, and we sit down and we'd go over. Okay. This person. Here you went to high school or college or law school with this person. I want to go over twenty five or thirty questions, and they and they tried to empty out your mind about this person. You went to law school or college as to every aspect of that person's life. So Brett Kavanagh six times has passed passed FBI background checks in west. They went through his high school grade school college law school all of his jobs, and they do a workup a mockup based upon all and all of these six background checks. I would have to assume that a large number of boys at this private Catholic highschool raped numerous girls and a rape room. And this was an ongoing. Event that took place over note numerous years that somebody at some point was I want to tell you about something. Well, we conducted rape rooms of girls. I mean is this something a teenage boys wouldn't talk about this certainly would think so. And I know what you're saying about these federal investigations. And when the FBI. Too. Amount of questions, you certainly would think. So I don't know. I look at what happened yesterday with Bill. Cosby, right? I mean who knows what is going on with the cavenaugh situation in this is just a political stunt, right? Put off the hearings and. But then I look at what happened here yesterday with Cosby, and you see dozens and dozens of eventually came forward because at that point thought back then who is gonna listen to me. Right. And then you see America's father couldn't hear cups yesterday. That was you know, something I don't think any ever ever, see, no standard. I don't know what to say. I've never seen anything. I thought Robert Bork was bad. I thought you were too young to remember this. I thought Clarence Thomas was bad. Believe me. I'm not too young. I mean that was about pubic hair on a coke can and all that was terrible. And I'm watching rape rooms. And I'm reading this other stuff. And I'm thinking what what world is it possible. That boys at Moeller cub cath say next kind of quality kids. You know what I'm saying? I guess look, and I know where you're gorgeous. And believe me like I said, I do think it seems unbelievable unbelievably aren't likely at the thing. What was going on and has gone on and continue to go on in our Catholic church? Unbelievable who convicting an age that you would not still have this sort of secrecy going on. And yet, look what we saw in Pennsylvania. It's unbelievable. So I guess it's one of those where it has to be investigated. And hopefully, no matter what the truth comes out. That's a great analogy. Because in my in my towing the line enough for their towing a right down the middle. But I'll say this. What have your job and just be able to give my real opinion about things? Bamble? That's all I do is talk. But if somebody said to me, I've been a Catholic my whole life Saint Xavier went to monitor for a year once Xavier university, graduated that I've been around priest my whole life never saw any if somebody told me a few many years ago that there were there were hundreds and hundreds of Roman Catholic priest who sexually assaulted and raped thousands of boys and one St. and a few archdiocese. I would have said that's impossible. Couldn't happen. You believe that I believe it. I believe at one thousand percent. And so when I read the stuff about rape rooms, I'm thinking. Let's talk about. Switching gears. We have according to the experts either the best or the second best children's hospital in the country and the greatest country in the world the most developed medical science in the history of the world. We haven't Cincinnati children's hospital, which was ranked number two. I've had my son there when he was a kid, I think it's number one greatest. And so when they're sued by about one hundred patients because allowing someone like Dr teak Dirani who's a fleeing felon residing now in Pakistan to do thousands of surgeries at children's hospital resulting in about one hundred children being literally butchered and putting wheelchairs much like the pre scandal or what I'm reading about bread capital. I find that hard to believe. And so however, your station has been covering this doing a great job as we speak. The mother of a little boy who was brutalized by Dr Dirani is on the witness stand, I mashes he's breaking down in tears about her about her, son. And what Dr drowning him at children's hospital and one of the most shocking statements I've ever heard from a lawyer, and I've heard many as one the lawyer for Cincinnati children's hospital said in opening statement, Dr. Ronnie is one of us. And I heard that I said I would never say Dr Durrani is one of us. Let me give some perspective to this case when there is a gag order on all these cases for years, and at the beginning of an and I always wanted to talk with, you know, the on patients in these cases finally Carson writers parents can win Christina rider agreed to speak with me. Gag order has been lifted and. I go to their home thinking under the story, right? And in the other room, by the way, is there a little boy who I believe when we talk about twelve thirteen before had not be. And not get around on his own now has spina bifida. Born with spina bifida, but their claim is that when he worked just about the turn one, mama and. And the only. Can we drag his legs a little bit when he would crawl? And. Which is why they went to Dr Dirani, and they may well children's hospital until this point. And I think would agree is all of us. But we haven't been using doctor. Thank God in our own backyard at children's hospital their claim is this guy with different this guy. They thought they trusted him because he have been working with children's for that entire first year of their son's life and prior to him being born because they knew he was gonna have spina bifida. But then they go to see this doctor who in then they say it says your son's going to his head could really detached from his spine emergency surgery. They said can we put it off until his first birthday party? He says, okay. But then we got to get an in here. And then he has that initial surgery where he is in a hate role. He can't. He ended up needing surgery actor that if they were never. Anticipating a wok put up his back that by the way, the family says now and other doctors will pacify that thing break there, you know, it could kill their son. He can't write on a school bus because if they go over a bump. Who knows what could happen? And so this is one of about a hundred cases that are going to trial now where you have patient who trusted children's hospital and this doctor, and they're clean is with the road. Doctor who was performing not only bad surgeries, but unnecessary surgeries. And we should mention that just lack week Westchester hospital who was being sued by three hundred and fifty four patients settled in the middle of a trial, the federal trial that's going on in regard to. Wani and Westchester hospital. Willie David and Goliath. Hospitals companies on one side and more than five hundred patients on the other many of who will hurt they don't have any money or people who were on limited income, and they trusted this doctor and the hospitals where they were then rain in the middle of the doctor who by the way. Fled the country when he was charged and facing these federal charges for performing unnecessary surgery and insurance and this guy at the time this doctor with living in a mansion in Mason. I think a lot of these patients, including the rudder family that is in the middle of their one trial right now, they never even. To go to court because. Money has been spent fighting these cases by the hospitals by Dirani's attorney. Well, at this point the mothers on the stand, and I'm sure breaking down and crying. But the key is the family went to the preeminent children's hospital, and this part of the country and was told by an employee of children's hospital Dr drawn that if you only have emergency surgery, your son's head is going to become detached from his body right now, what parent would say, Dr Johnny. Let's I'm at children's hospital here. I'm in Clifton look at his structure. Okay. Let's do it. And since then it's provable. Dr Dirani a children's hospital butcher this little boy. I will say this. We have reached out to not only children's hospital, but every hospital involved all of their attorney multiple times every time we did this story we reached out to them, and they will not comment on any of these cases. I don't blame him. Their contention, and their attorneys are saying, you know, in court is that they didn't know what this doctor would doing right. I think the concerning thing for these patients at children's. And then the ones who followed with at the time, Ronnie wise. A doctor at children's hospital. Our investigation also uncovered I talked with co workers of Durrani doctors, and nurses, though employees at various hospitals who said we tried to speak up. We he Roque doctor, and no one would listen there were three doctors. Who wrote a letter say we are concerned about this. Dr somebody is going to die right that that letter never made it to the Ohio medical board. So there all these accusations by can patients, and their attorney beaters law firm that the hospitals are trying to cover it up and one children's they finally get him out of children's. They realize that maybe they have a liability on their hand get him out of children's. He then goes on and had that all of these other hospitals. And so on. And I'm telling you really after I met this one family, then I asked if I could go to meeting every month. Eaters law firm holding up, and I'm telling you, you have people walking in who are bent over with crooked next because their son or daughter or mother ended up dying before any sort of resolution with ever made before they were ever compensated, and it's really heartbreaking to watch these people walk in and all they want is some sort of they won't Dirani, of course, to be locked up without that ever happen. Who knows 'cause he's hiding out in Pakistan, and they want the people who knew about it to be held accountable. And again, we tried to talk with the hospital. We have great hospitals community people come from all over the world, it'd be treated here. But the reality is here, you have a bad doctor on your hands. Should they be held accountable? That's what they're. That's what that's what the patients will say to you. Absolutely. Well, sure, we got to go you're going to cover the story tonight. Again, it will be on tonight on channel five hundred eighty in a sense, it's painful because children's hospital ninety nine percent of the time does a great job and in this circumstance because Dirani produce for them millions tens of millions of dollars. They look the other way to make money, and there are hundreds of hurting children, and parents that feel so guilty allowing their own children have such bubbly. I'd youthful innocence to be put in the clutches of Dr Durrani and has taken and the game has been played for years to just gonna bleed these parents dry knowing the. Couldn't take the taste the Ford to take it. I think Eric theaters would tell you he has leverage can style. You know, just continue fighting for these patients and keep in mind Dirani with the second highest billing doctor in Ohio and the feds found enough evidence to charge him with performing unnecessary surgeries and insurance fraud. And now the question is what did the hospitals now? Cherie palolo good job. Give my best to Mike Dardis and all the folks at five. Absolutely. Well, thanks willing have a great day. And thanks for having me on. God bless America. Let's continue with more. We're going to have more on these allegations of rape rooms conducted by Brad Kavanagh after this News Radio seven hundred wwl w. Seven hundred wwl w has your shot at one thousand dollars now. Text the keyword cash to two hundred two hundred you'll get text confirming entry, plus iheartradio info. Standard data and message. Rates apply. That's cash to two hundred two hundred universal.

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"dirani" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jeff Bellinger Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten. Thirty WBZ, news time eight thirty nine President Trump is weighing in now on the FBI release of, documents supporting, a, Feis a wiretap. Application in the ongoing Russian election meddling investigation the president tweeted just this morning, quote looking more and more like the Trump campaign for president. Was illegally being spied upon for the political gain of creek crooked Hillary Clinton and the DNC ABC's David Bryant has more detail overnight, the FBI released four hundred, pages or so of documents these are related to, a Feis a wiretap warrant application surveillance warrant back in, October of two thousand sixteen, they were concerned that he was a spy for Russia so on that basis they saw it to listen to his phone and to. Look at his emails page himself tells ABC news that, these allegations are crazy Carter page has always denied having any relations or Connections with Russia, director of national intelligence Dan Coats says he meant no disrespect to President Trump when he stated in televised interview he wished the president had not met one on one with Vladimir, Putin in Helsinki Finland the country's top intelligence officer now states quote my immidiately awkward response, was, in no way meant to be disrespectful or criticize the actions of the president coats has been in a hot seat since, he expressed dismay that the president. Had publicly undermined US intelligence agencies. In a joint mission with a US Jordan and European. Countries Israel are helping hundreds of Syrian civil defense workers escaped certain death by advancing regime forces ABC's story. Jonah Miller has more from Jerusalem is really army is. Rescued eight hundred Syrian, white helmets workers and their families from war torn southern Syria do an immediate. Threat to their lives in a secret overnight mission Israeli soldiers opened the border gave medical assistance food and Water to the Syrians and then transported them by. Bus through Israel to the border with Jordan which took them in the idea of said. They carried out the humanitarian effort at the request of the US and other European countries, Giordano Miller ABC, news Jerusalem there are new threats. This morning, from Tehran Iranian president Hassan Ruhani while speaking to his diplomatic core. Said President Trump should not play with a lion's tail More coming Messianic HD Dirani tawdry more Iran is facing increased pressure and sanctions after the president's decision to withdraw the US from the two thousand fifteen international deal over Iran's, nuclear program WBZ news time eight forty one and joining us now from. The ace hticket dot com sports studio WBZ's Charlie on Martinez. Last night at Comerica park the Tigers scored twice in the second added, three in the. Fifth. Detroit five Red Sox, nothing, the final like fires. Wednesday seventh game going six and a third for the Tigers of course are starting pitcher was fantastic in the, bullpen came into, their thing but you know Boston scored one run into, games and, Mesler do ads Detroit manager Ron Gardenhire the. Red Sox offense has, disappeared they had eight hits, but, left, ten on bass Jose glaciers a two run home run for RBI. For Detroit in New York the Mets, scored three in the ninth but came, up, one? Run. Short Yankees seven Mets six the final four and a half back of. The socks in the east lots of big names contending for the British. Open golf championship Today's final round WBZ's Bob Bubka is at Carnoustie, and Bob the wind is becoming an issue yes it is Charlie at. The moment gusting up to twenty miles per hour tiger who. Likes to hit it low may have an edge he sits at minus, five but there. Are. A trio of leaders, four, shots better zander's show. Flay Kevin Kisner and defending champion Jordan Spieth all at nine the par Britney Lindsey combs bid to make a, cut in a, PGA tour event was unsuccessful rounds of seventy eight and, seventy one, not enough to play the weekend at the. Barbasol championship it Kentucky, Linda come the first LPGA, tour, pro, to play in a PGA event since Michelle we ten years ago. Major League Soccer last night reds came, up short losing to the red bulls, in, jersey? To..

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"dirani" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on WTVN

"Training join today with j c back in town back in dirani who has been by my side all along popol back in town as well and i tell you scott is is right on it i mean he's amazing look look who we got here big ed ed is rolling big ed yes put those yeah put up microphone on just wanted to stop by real quick and say hey and remind you has about that memorial ride we got coming up on the twenty second of july yup that is that's coming in is it is what are those proceeds go off all the proceeds go to the families of the fallen here in the last two years and seven officers were honoring we've got some really nice plaques made up for him to give to the families and we're looking forward to having a big group of bikes come out and do that ride to fully police escorted ride that's that's fantastic police escort to absolutely you know what we said this all along we joke and give you a hard time but so many times with these officers who were falling him there's so much support initially from a community and fundraising but but these families got to go on and it's so good that you're keeping this up in the attention of everyone not forgetting him and that that's great i mean that is first memory of the bringing up the memory and keeping their memory alive as big as is important as getting the funds to keep them this it is and it's important for their kids to see that the community is always there forms the community say that the sacrifices yep so get your motorcycles out and ride on the twenty second pharaohs thirty six thirty seven perfect all right at big ed they're always a a good friend actually really a like a brother i got able to use the microphone and headset backwards to multifaith i don't hug in that person right now everybody vessel official business jc if you got one quick story here let's do that out of the week i wanna make sure super okay okay perfect jc doing this one okay all right quick story and just to show you why you need to be can carry others just happened on the fourth of july and it was in dallas a woman who's in a gas station header to kids in the car while she was going to pay and the attendant out there looked out the window said hey someone's trying to take your car and she went out and the guy was trying to to steal the car and she opened the door in the back because he was trying to drive away and jumped in with their kids trying to get her kids out but he was taking off and hijacking the car with her kids in it and after she pleaded he still kept going so she reached in between the seats got opened a council got her firearm and get this this is only the second day she started carrying really firearm and he wouldn't stop so she shot him in the face and he did stop so he got out of the car staggered over he didn't die but over there they hauled him away but on the fourth of july and when you think about what the outcome could have been so you just never know what's going to happen also it's good to get your ccw and kerry well and she was i mean you know with any of that you never wish you're in that situation probably a little bit lucky that the the firearm was in the glovebox i think that she had retreated was on the person but still better having walked in there and just one real quick on that you you brought to my attention yesterday there's a democratic of course gubernatorial candidate for maryland ben jealous who now said because of the shooting that happened in the newspaper in annapolis that it's any firearms like the air fifteen may not be enough it's time to look at shotguns right off the bat nasa matter of the matter we said everything we to j c couple of weeks ago that in california a couple years ago you know we're going to allow the the bullet button which was made for the magazine little more difficult to remove a detachable magazine that was fine now the bull buttons band so right who says everyone says are.

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"dirani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And by the listeners of cake let's get back to morning edition now as we transition back to the network it's now thirty three minutes past the hour of eight on a monday it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep and i made so martin the united nations security council will meet today to discuss the latest grim developments in syria reports emerged over the weekend of a suspected chemical weapons attack on the rebel held town of douma near the capital damascus doctors and local activists say dozens of people many of them children have died from chemical agent that left them foaming at the mouth president trump has blamed the syrian government for the attack he also had harsh words for iran and russia for supporting the regime of bashar al assad and the president said there will be a quote big price to pay we're joined now by npr's ruth sherlock in beirut ruth what are the signs that this was indeed a chemical weapons attack hi yes well there's lots of videos emerging posted by pro opposition activists online they show people choking in hospitals suffocating and then there's also more video of people as homes or a building whether it's a room full of bodies of people who appear to have died from some sort of chemical agent we spoke to dirani who's a syrian photographer endure and appropriation activist and he says he went to a home where he found the bodies of men women children babies who all died from what appeared to have died from a chemical attack alarm concerto mccown but i mean he says here he says he's a witness to what he calls the chemical barrels that dropped on duma he says i saw the victims and i saw them foaming at the mouth industrials have varied and it's difficult.

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"dirani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dot org on a monday it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep and i'm rachel martin the united nations security council will meet today to discuss the latest grim developments in syria reports emerged over the weekend of a suspected chemical weapons attack on the rebel held town of douma near the capital damascus doctors and local activists say dozens of people many of them children have died from chemical agent that left him foaming at the mouth president trump has blamed the syrian government for the attack he also had harsh words for iran and russia for supporting the regime of bashar alassad and the president said there will be a quote big price to pay we're joined now by npr's ruth sherlock in beirut ruth what are the signs that this was indeed a chemical weapons attack hi yes well there's lots of videos emerging posted by pro opposition activists online they show people choking in hospitals suffocating and then there's also more video of people homes over or a building whether it's a room full of bodies of people who appear to have died from some sort of chemical agent we spoke to dirani who's a syrian photographer indumo an appropriation activist and he says he went to a home where he found the bodies of men women children babies who all died from what appeared to have died from chemical attack tomorrow mccown how but i he says he says he's a witness to what he calls the chemical barrels that dropped on duma he says i saw the victims and i saw them foaming at the mouth in death tolls have varied and it's difficult to get information from outside but doctors and proopposition rescue workers we've spoken to you say they count forty two people dead from apparently was symptoms of suffering from a chemical agent or what have you been able to learn about how that community is is grappling with all this now well yeah there so this alleged chemical attack happened in the midst of heavy heavy bombardment do is the last rebelheld town in the eastern suburbs of damascus for time this was a major threat to the syrian government and now so the then the last few days the syrian government has been heavily bombarding it so they've been suffering from that as well they've been living under siege for years and finally just now the last rebel group they're jay sheila slam appears.

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"dirani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Likely that's optimistic all pakistanis say that they're trying to find common ground they're not saying that they going to change their policies and certainly analysts here say that these public uh this the public browbeating might make pakistanis more defiant i was speaking to a dirani she's a sociologist in a ride on karn affairs she really reflected something that many pakistanis here say's that there's a soda an anglo that pakistanis feel here about that they feel like they're being singled out for supporting the taleban that's the accusation that the u of russia and iran are also believed to be supporting the taleban the caught are us ally has an office for them so in the narrative they feel like they're being unfairly singled out hit you can have a listen to say that pakistan should not be talking to the taleban that may sound he'd do absurd and reared if all of the actors in the region and beyond the region are already engaging the taleban for a possible negotiation and so she says out of all these countries pakistan has the biggest stake which is why they have they believed to have some sort of engagements bright toenail america's punishing pakistan does pakistan have any leverage to punish america it can pinch uh it can shut down the air route and the landroute um that america uses to ferry troops and supplies into afghanistan without that the war in afghanistan would be a lot more expensive but that's a very dramatic move i don't get a sense here that anyone wants to go that far yet and here's dea had deed reporting from islamabad this morning thanks and much the ah you welcome the a few on an iphone or amac wore prematurely smartphone or computer chances are you're over security problem a problem with the chips the power those devices researchers discovered they are vulnerable to hackers and have been for years the name sms given to these defects are not exactly comforting meltdown specter meant tait's going to discuss this with us he's a cybersecurity fellow at the university of texas at austin good morning sir good morning thanks for having me okay some holding a smartphone.

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"dirani" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The patriot welcome back to do it on their first broadcast took 2018 i'm joined by michael whites will soon be posting my interview with admiral james stavridis dina the pletcher school of law in politics and with senator tom cotton about iran michael weiss when admiral stavridis with with me i i really believe him to be among the most astute observers of the world he suggested a list of potential actions which range from supporting the saudi arabia jordanianegyptian amred israeli effort to provide wi fi to the protesters around the blocking of telegram in in iran to a blockade uh interdiction of dirani and shipping should they turned to massive repression to individuals sanctions trade sanctions covert measures disintermediated disintermediation of illgotten gains by the iranian elite and then finally hall rats and the times of israel reporting this morning that the us has authorized israel to seek the assassination of souleymane uh uh uh selemani hassan's who what do you make of all of these measures here on the last point for the textually this story first emanating from a kuwaiti newspaper of rather dubious reputation and i'm inclined to believe that the started that selemani is some kind of ceiops probably from the united states taking advantage of the anti selemani rhetoric that's coming from these protests just to give you some perspective the chances that the united states had to assassinate the lamantia self are manifold and go back over a decade i mean we had him in our sights and iraq so many times i forgot i i've lost track my friends elicotteri who is the longest serving us diplomat in iraq he told me several opportunities to chase suck knew where he was and could have taken a not we chose not to uh in two thousand eight when the cia if assad team stuff to assess native about the uh the hisbullah commander in damascus but me it had been hanging out with the lemani in area of ask us around that time i don't think this is true and i don't think the israelis would do it because it was practically hisbullah would launch however many tens or hundreds of thousands of rockets they've got into israel the next day i don't think israelis are quite that foolhardy i.

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"dirani" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Way of rectified it and um uh it's also shows up in america's chart i me when i do this work george i do comparative of dozens of different charts i have for example looking at the stocks or even looking at the 2018 elections i'm not looking at trump's chard and mitch mcconnell and start and it chuck schumer's towards i i'm looking at the euro one we'll keep you israel's chart i'm looking at all of these countries to see how our elections are going to affect them to give me an indication of what we can expect from it now when i look at at dirani's in during uh uh taurus that's uh that's a clearcut indicator that we're gonna have some sort of a of a of of a rather violent change in our economics which is why i think inflation is coming but in twenty twenty we have saturn can jump pluto and that is when i think the actual crash takes place who if we ever crash before the presidential elections and there's gonna be a big shift oh well no question about it i think they'll be weakness before the election and you know it's always you it's the stupid economy you know it's it's always the economy this is what drives so much of of of the world i it's not even a this administration is taking credit for the current boom is that uh is that stare or not i think that this boom started in 2010 in other words we've we've had c i don't know how many quarters in a row of job growth uh of the market's going higher what w what we've seen part of what we've seen since trump's election is this an old seeing on wall street by the rumor sell the fact the rumor of the tax bill coming through is what the last push of this market was the cause they said well my god we're gonna get this taxing done now i.

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"dirani" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Of the pedestrian underground passage we've now finished our operation here pope francis has called for a negotiated she cheated solution to the conflict between israel and the palestinians during his traditional christmas address at the vatican the pope said he hoped there would be a will to resume dialogue towards the peaceful coexistence of two states earlier he had called for respecting the status quo over jerusalem the palestinians have condemned guatemala's decision to move its embassy in israel from tel aviv to jerusalem this follows the announcement earlier this month by president trump that the us recognize jerusalem as israel's capital the palestinian foreign ministry dismissed guatemala's planned moved as shameful and illegal but he's in saudi arabia say they have identified the body of a judge who was kidnapped a year ago alan johnston reports the body of judge muhammad all jerami was found recently after police raided what seems to be in a militant hideout on a farm in the east of the country the judge was from saudis minority shia muslim population it complains of being discriminated against by the sunni muslimmajority but judge dirani had been critical of protesters from his own community he'd also accused shia clerics of being too close to iran his views made him a target for militants he was kidnapped and disappeared last year world news from the bbc the court in bahrain has sent in six men to death on terrorism charges others were given jail terms they were among eighteen people who were accused of crimes that included attempting to assassinate us security force commander the defendants are all believed.

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"dirani" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"You could do that better than alec guinness and we've seen it before i think the real challenge for the filmmakers is to deliver the kind of film that has the elements that mark any star wars film but pushed the boundaries and try and surprise people which is getting increasingly difficult to do because they seen it all and the amazing in cillari material the novels the games the roleplaying games the comic books some some of the concepts that i favored our members saying my son nathan was born on redoing empire strikes back is probably the biggest real star wars above he said dan you know there's a there's a novel where they clone luke's hand in an and grow un evil luke what action on a play zone evil twin so i pitch that dirani said the only problem is it's been done they wanted to find a way to not use anything even i guess it's called the extended universe there's all that material that is no longer cannon right arm can you keep up with no no my my son jose a daddy a smoking hot wifi said luke's mary mara j you've got kid i don't even remember access leave george to wait until after i finished my role to get me a girlfriend but it's true you know poor luke the only thing in those original movies you got to be attracted to your own sister which was a terrible shock as well because i'm not sure the george knew that that he was going to go that way maybe he did about but she plants a kiss on my face in empire strikes back when i'm in the in the infirmary so we suspected that may be was a later development after the revelation about my father but you never know i think he had the ball sorta plotted out but the details it would came into sharp focus only when it was time to shoot the movies it's just.

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"dirani" Discussed on The 45th

The 45th

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on The 45th

"He lucky that he loves greenies he loved dirani he was too easy on iran and he wants to be the co extreme ops that he wants to be as hard as he can he really really wants to some violent iran unfortunately the you know one of the things the drawback obviously is war but it's the fact that it's of another foreign entanglement that the us will be getting into on trump's watch and that's something that really is not gonna sit well with his base and you might see it on a further drop in his approval ratings i see that's why i kind of i wonder anything with if a deal was reached if there was an agreement here i think it was in america just stay out like we let them do what they wanted to do and do agree not to get involved pas yeah so one is not get back when this trump dipak from his little so trump gets back is spent two days in the philippines for the osce on summit the association of southeast asian nations and he'll be he loves to work day cancelling out does that i'm hanging in the philippines and he'll be back uh because he knows the twelve the triple tripoli back probably on tuesday or wednesday we back right in time for some more indictments on hold let's get a well i don't know if any diamonds are coming out in like the near future i've got for flynn come on i got so i am i the flynn it i don't know what to think everything there so strange in part of new i dunno to have the time like i have an idea or they they something like that so crazy and saying there's no way really to do that and then i'm like is 2017 of none of reason discount it.

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"dirani" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"This was tremendously intense probably the most intense negotiation that we have seen in the last two decades the idea that we could go back and that the other countries willingly would go back to start all over again is preposterous we have finally managed to get a deal that actually is working dirani's are living up to it the idea that we would killed that angle docks in the situation we are currently with in north korea only makes sense if you actually want to destroy the deal in order to move things towards a military confrontation but what about the some of the issues that the trump administration is raising here concerning say the sunset provision i mean this is what through central to let especially rex tillerson is talking about is that there is a countdown clock uh to win iran can resume its nuclear programme that's a quote from mr tillerson to basically there the chief concern is that that they that iran can return to its nuclear programme at the end of this deal expires and there's nothing to prevent that from happening what i mean are they are not reasons to be concerned that this deal doesn't go far enough the most important aspect of this deal is permanent the inspections and the various occasion regime of this deal will be ratified by the iranians and year aids granted of course that the united states has a chill the deal by then which then will mean that they will be permanent they will never expire and yvonne cannot go box to the program he had before it can only go back to a completely peaceful program deaths the best that absolutely can be achieved in that's why this deal was unanimously adopted by the un security council and the only two or three countries that oppose the deal were israel saudi arabia and stay also the uae what do you think his objectives i mr trump's.

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"dirani" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"dirani" Discussed on KTRH

"To be ensuring that dirani in not extended reinforced their influence e e e in the region and then i think the other thing you could potent throughout the obama years in hypocrite kusuma the things that that pressure about a good i think he got stuck rate it really well but during the obama years decouty cmr ought to be to these rallies and others felt that the united states had retrenched cuba such ed richard gift in from the region answers will be took matters into their own heads countries aren't well equipped to do that and they have contributed to the chaos in the region by conte it boy accused salman of saudi arabia leadership of united arab emirates or the road it put take in a better putin did include the actions of the date dumping that uh critically united could able to do but in the later part of the obama years were medically unable to do so obviously this has been a discussion in some parts the world for a very very long time that being said is middle east peace ever a possibility well when it comes to israelis and palestinians i'm afraid that took way in which the conflict structured make extremely difficult to imagine uh than comey agreed either we all know what that agreement will look like it's a gift that will be put that the palestinians have butte could never goes out of style and admit or required to you that the israelis have the palestinians could never required never never accommodate so you have ongoing stalemate would it comes to other conflicts in the region i'm afraid that civil war will continue for quite some time all right thank stephen at steven cook writing a political his book is called false dawn protest democracy in violence in the new middle east this motion of the program is brought to you by superbeets we all know that healthy circulation is critical especially as we get older there's way to support healthy blood flow and that's by getting dietary nitrates into your body to convert into nitric oxide superbeets is the most convenient way.

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