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"edmund gorski" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Chance of showers and thunderstorms today with a high of Eighty-three, it's seventy two degrees at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL. A. President Trump continues his world wind tour around the country to drum up support for Republicans. Trump says the southern migrant caravan is full of dangerous people who throw rocks. He says the US military will treat rock-throwers as if they're armed and dangerous. President says he could send as many as fifteen thousand troops to the border the current pace the migrant caravan will get to the US border until sometime in December which gives the US military, plenty of time to gear up for this mission. And in fact, some of the deployed soldiers have already arrived here at Fort Bliss, which is one of several military. Installations in Texas, Arizona and California serving as support logistics hubs for the thousands of troops and those troops are coming from bases across America, including Fort Knox. In Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Fort Bragg, North Carolina and other bases in Georgia, Illinois, Colorado, even Washington state rig Leventhal reporting, Barack Obama will stop for Andrew gillum today in Miami, USF, political experts. Susan macmanus says. The former president will be visiting an area of Florida that's critically important for his democratic bid for governor going to southeast Florida where there's large minority populations and Broward County, which traditionally has had low black turnout. It is critical to the Gillam campaign that Obama spike that turn out to presidential election level. Meanwhile, the president returns to Florida tomorrow, he'll rally supporters in Pensacola, just three days out from the election. There's been an electrocuting execution in Tennessee. And Jim Krasula, Edmund Gorski became only the second person to die in the electric chair in Tennessee since nineteen sixty and the fifteenth nationally since two thousand the sixty three year old who was executed for killing two men during a drug deal in one thousand nine hundred three said, the chair was a quicker and less painful way to die than lethal injection. Jim Krasula reporting five children and two adults are hospitalized after a car. Drove into a school bus stop and east Tampa on Thursday morning. It happened at the Bogan via avenue area. The injured children who are students at Woodson k through eight school or age six through twelve. The police department says their injuries not life threatening. The driver is forty seven year old Brian west he has not been charged at this time. Meantime, Tampa fire chief nNcholas Cicero says two of his firefighters were hurt while responding to the bus stop crash..
"edmund gorski" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"All kinds of hard work and good people all across Georgia Stacey Abrams being bankrolled by Hollywood liberals. And he's probably talking about Oprah. Who was also in this state campaigning for comes opponent Stacey Abrams. I know it's easy for people to feel that you have no power against those injustices. But this is what I'm here to tell you. This land was made for you. The man accused of gunning down eleven people at a Pittsburgh synagogue was arraigned a day after a grand jury issued a forty four count indictment against him. Katie k radios. Shelby Cassese from the courtroom. He didn't seem all that nervous. He didn't seem upset the only answered yes. To a couple of. Yes. Or no questions and the tone in his voice was not remorseful in my opinion. He said, yes, yes. That was the Tony used didn't seem like the tone of someone that was in great distress pleaded not guilty and requested a jury trial tonight. The first electric chair execution in Tennessee and more than ten years. Tennessee reporter, Adam tamarin was a witness. He rose up against the restraints while the voltage was flowing. And then his body would relaxed out again, I'm Jim Krasula sixty three year old Edmund Gorski, chose to die in the electric chair rather than by lethal injection saying it would be a quicker and less painful way to die. He became only the second person to die in the electric chair in Tennessee since nineteen sixty and fifteenth nationwide since two thousand his last words, let's.
"edmund gorski" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Ninety nine seven. It is three o'clock. I'm Pamela furr. With your top stories. A lot of police activity in Montgomery County channel five and others. Reporting swat taking over the ground assault as the manhunt for dangerous fugitive continues carbon Wallace possibly cited. His makeshift campsite may have been found stay with supertalk ninety nine seven WTN for the latest. The Tennessee supreme court today will weigh arguments in a lawsuit filed by dozens of inmates. The claim the three-drug method of execution causes severe pain and suffering their attorneys want the court to consider an expert witness who claims the aug execution of Billy Ray Eirik was torturous. The state's attorneys are finding the introduction of any new evidence. And they're asking the court to uphold a lower court's ruling in July found the method is legal. Meanwhile, the next inmate to be executed in Tennessee is Edmunds Gorski on October eleventh for the slayings of two men during a drug deal in the nineteen eighties. Ken Weaver, WTN news. Now to Capitol Hill. The White House is defending remarks made by President Trump at a rally last night in which some say he appeared to mock Christine Blasi Ford, the woman who has accused Brett cavenaugh of sexual assault. I think those Dr Ford and judge cavenaugh are victims at the hands of the Democrats. I think it is absolutely disgraceful. What they've done and exploited this process they exploited Dr Ford, they're exploiting all of the women that have come out to make any type of accusation. This isn't the process that should have been done. And certainly everybody deserves to be heard. But that includes judge Cavanaugh. That's White House spokesperson, Sarah Sanders. Meanwhile, Secretary of state Mike Pompeo announced he's traveling back to North Korea this weekend where he will meet with North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon they're happy to be going back to get another chance to continue to advance the commitment that German President Trump made back in Singapore in the second week of June. I'm optimistic that will come away from that. With better understandings deeper deeper progress and a plan forward not only for the summit between the two leaders but for us to continue the efforts to build out a pathway for denuclearization. Any election two thousand eighteen news. The most recent poll shows, Marsha Blackburn, and Phil Bredesen's are tied at forty two percent voter approval in the Tennessee US Senate race Blackburn tells WTN's Nashville's morning news, it's because she supports President Trump and he's supports her. And the economy is the number one priority for voters in Tennessee that followed by the supreme court followed by the issue of illegal immigration and then healthier getting the Affordable Care Act off the books supporting our men and women in uniform military that is the latest news. It's brought to you by Staples. Traffic and weather next. I'm pamela..