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Hungare facing COVID-19 surge

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 hrs ago

Hungare facing COVID-19 surge

"The the number number of of daily daily cope cope with with nineteen nineteen deaths deaths in in Hungary Hungary whose whose reached reached a a high high not not seen seen since since a a devastating devastating wave wave last last spring spring the the grim grim record record is is part part of of a a recent recent sharp sharp rise rise in in pandemic pandemic indicators indicators that that has has given given the the country country the the highest highest but but capital capital death death rate rate in in the the world world as as many many of of the the central central European European countries countries neighbors neighbors have have instituted instituted lockdowns lockdowns and and other other measures measures Congress Congress government government has has opted opted to to keep keep its its economy economy open open and and is is emphasized emphasized vaccination vaccination as as the the only only means means of of effectively effectively combating combating the the pandemic pandemic while while a a mass mass vaccination vaccination drive drive that that began began last last week week has has been been able able to to bump bump up up the the numbers numbers of of vaccinated vaccinated Hungarians Hungarians a a surge surge in in new new cases cases and and deaths deaths continues continues as as the the number number of of daily daily mortalities mortalities which which two two hundred hundred eighteen eighteen on on Thursday Thursday the the highest highest since since April April sixteen sixteen I'm I'm Charles Charles hello hello this this month month

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"first case" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:28 min | 8 hrs ago

"first case" Discussed on WTOP

"A number of questions As the weather turns colder and we plan more holiday gatherings with people for more let's turn to The Washington Post Joel akin bike this morning on what we know right now about this first case Well we know that it's apparently a mild case and it's important to realize that this is totally expected because we live in a world that's very connected We have international flights The fact that it is here doesn't tell us a lot about the crucial question which is how transmissible is compared to Delta If delta is still able to out compete over cron it's going to pose less of a threat but we just don't know that yet is too early We don't have enough cases And of course does it cause more serious illness There's no evidence of that yet But we know very little about the California case Are there places where a Macron has reared its head where people are suffering severe consequences I mean if they don't have vaccines trying to get an idea if we know how vaccines are affected by this So that's the key question This variant it really surprised the scientists that we've talked to because it has at least 37 mutations just on the spike protein that's on the surface of the virus And some of them have been pretty well studied before in other variants but they've never seen so many altogether And these mutations many of them are associated with escape from immunity IE the antibodies that you have either from vaccine or from an infection that you've recovered from they don't neutralize the virus as well And so that has been seen in the beta variants we've seen in the gamma variant But they've never seen so many of them in one variant before And that's why everyone kind of went holy cow What is this thing And they don't really know exactly where it came from We know it's transmissible person to person pretty efficiently because there was a huge rapid outbreak in South Africa But again fortunately the South African officials very quickly informed the world about this even before they were very many cases So people were able to quickly come up with ways to study this in the lab that steps ongoing that will be a couple of weeks before we can answer the question of does this thing have the ability to allude vaccines at all or a little bit And we'll just have to wait and see The Washington Post Joel arkin bark.

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Man testifies Smollett recruited him, brother to fake attack

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 14 hrs ago

Man testifies Smollett recruited him, brother to fake attack

"One one of of the the two two men men arrested arrested in in the the jussie jussie Smollett Smollett case case has has taken taken the the stand stand in in the the actor's actor's trial trial an an inspiring inspiring actors actors told told a a jury jury in in Chicago Chicago that that justice justice Millett Millett recruited recruited him him and and his his brother brother to to stage stage a a fake fake hate hate crime crime against against the the empire empire actor actor and and then then below below I'm I'm so so Dario Dario said said smaller smaller and and asked asked him him and and his his brother brother to to do do the the stage stage beat beat down down supplied supplied materials materials for for them them and and even even did did a a dry dry run run to to show show them them how how to to do do things things like like throw throw fake fake punches punches on on scenario scenario who who was was a a stand stand in in on on the the show show says says they they went went along along with with the the ruse ruse because because he he felt felt indebted indebted to to select select for for helping helping him him with with his his acting acting career career I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Jenna Ellis Reacts to Supreme Court Abortion Case Arguments

The Dan Bongino Show

01:23 min | 19 hrs ago

Jenna Ellis Reacts to Supreme Court Abortion Case Arguments

"As well So Jenna the Dobbs case today this landmark abortion case I had Margot Cleveland on before I spoke to Michael Knowles about it Your perspective today on what you saw what I saw and empty left that has no good argument for terminating the life of infants in the world not one Not one at all No And the council for the Jackson Planned Parenthood it was just awful where she kept saying that viability makes the most sense Well scientifically what actually makes the most sense the least arbitrary line and the biological line is that life begins at conception period If you draw the line anywhere else then it is arbitrary It's movable and then you talk about different weeks and so forth I thought that this solicitor general from Mississippi should have raised that point Overall he did really really well And clearly I think the last particularly with justice Sotomayor was simply a test new member support That was awful And she tried to make the point well if we just if we overturn this case then we're just making a political decision This is going to be the optics or bad And that's not a good argument And I thought justice Kavanaugh was brilliant when he brought up all of the cases that were overturned because the precedent in those cases that was overturned was just bad precedent That's always been the standard of the Supreme

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Jenna Ellis Analyzes Supreme Court Justices During Abotion Case Arguments

The Dan Bongino Show

02:03 min | 19 hrs ago

Jenna Ellis Analyzes Supreme Court Justices During Abotion Case Arguments

"Jenna Sonia Sotomayor came in I don't even know It's so unprepared or I don't know She's not bright I mean I don't want to attack the woman's intellectual capability but the questions were so ridiculous and believe me I'm trying to I am an avid supporter of life I am a pro lifer through and through But I really tried to listen calmly and objectively her questions were bizarre I mean at one point she seemed to imply that the child in the womb feeling pain was not an indication of life And I'm thinking to myself wait what Did she just say that So you have a child in the womb recoiling in pain from a procedure but don't worry that doesn't mean that child is a lively That's kind of a ridiculous thing to say in it It's insane This is the same left that if you found one cell on Mars would claim oh my gosh we found life right They're so full of it This is them trying to bend themselves over backwards to not answer the moral question which is what justice Alito got at very well The moral question of when life begins And it is philosophical of course but just to say that viability is somehow more workable and that there is no advance in science since 1973 Clearly factually false And no the left doesn't have any arguments And justice Thomas raised a very good question He asked okay what right is really an issue here Because the left is talking point saying that there's a right to abortion is absolutely false that is nowhere in the text of the constitution or even implied And so what right is really an issue And what counsel for Jackson health argued is that this is a right to liberty that's found in the Fourteenth Amendment and he went back and it was so brilliant because he said okay so at the time that the Fourteenth Amendment was adopted what state constitution or statute actually provided for a liberty interest in abortion The answer of course is

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1st US case of COVID omicron variant confirmed in California

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 19 hrs ago

1st US case of COVID omicron variant confirmed in California

"A a person person in in California California is is the the first first in in the the U. U. S. S. with with an an identified identified case case of of the the Omicron Omicron variant variant with with confirmed confirmed cases cases in in about about two two dozen dozen countries countries Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci had had said said it it was was just just a a matter matter of of time time before before one one was was found found here here man man now now it it has has been been the the individual individual was was a a traveler traveler who who returned returned from from South South Africa Africa on on November November the the twenty twenty second second and and tested tested positive positive on on November November the the twenty twenty ninth ninth algae algae says says the the person person was was fully fully vaccinated vaccinated and and has has a a mild mild symptoms symptoms which which are are getting getting better better officials officials say say all all the the persons persons close close contacts contacts have have tested tested negative negative the the by by the the administration's administration's restricted restricted travel travel from from southern southern Africa Africa and and is is moving moving to to tighten tighten testing testing rules rules for for overseas overseas travellers travellers Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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US case of COVID-19 omicron variant identified in California

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 20 hrs ago

US case of COVID-19 omicron variant identified in California

"The the White White House House says says an an Omicron Omicron very very in in case case has has been been identified identified in in the the U. U. S. S. for for the the first first time time we we knew knew that that it it was was just just a a matter matter of of time time Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci says says a a person person in in California California who who traveled traveled from from South South Africa Africa late late last last month month tested tested positive positive last last week week the the individual individual was was fully fully vaccinated vaccinated and and experience experience mild mild symptoms symptoms which which are are improving improving at at this this point point out out he he says says it's it's unclear unclear if if the the person person had had received received a a booster booster shot shot but but he's he's urging urging all all Americans Americans to to get get one one ward ward get get vaccinated vaccinated if if they they haven't haven't received received any any shots shots his his remarks remarks came came not not long long after after president president Biden Biden again again urged urged Americans Americans not not to to panic panic about about the the variant variant as as scientists scientists learn learn more more about about its its strength strength my my concern concern of of course course I I am am until until we we get get the the final final answers answers Sager Sager make make ani ani Washington Washington

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Michael J. Knowles: A Thought-Experiment for Liberals on Abortion

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 21 hrs ago

Michael J. Knowles: A Thought-Experiment for Liberals on Abortion

"You know this is a thought experiment that I give to leftists a fair bit very similar to the question you're asking It's not even just a thought experiment It's a simple risk analysis I'll say okay so you're a 100% certain that a baby who was just born your 100% certain that that baby is alive and that baby is a human being Okay And then the week before the baby is born you're still basically a 100% sure Okay call it 99% Okay And then a month or two before what are you You're 70% and then maybe three or four months before what are you 50% 40% 30% Now listen you and I know that the baby is alive from the moment of conception We know the baby is a human being is not a platypus and he's not a giraffe He's a human being But okay let's ask the leftist All right how confident are you that one month after he was conceived That baby is not alive in that baby is not a human How confident are you at the moment of conception If you are even 5% 10% uncertain maybe it is a baby Maybe it is a human Maybe it is alive Are you really willing to take that kind of a risk since roe versus wade 60 million babies have been killed in this country This case it is not an overstatement to say this is the most important Supreme Court case that we have seen in our lifetimes that we will see in our lifetimes Countless millions of lives rest on how this case is going to be determined And as you mentioned earlier on the future of the conservative movement if the conservative legal movement can not defend this most basic thing we lost marriage We lost the definition of sex We lost Obama We keep losing But if we can not defend life if we can't overturn this egregious roe versus weight decision then the conservative legal movement is useless

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Michael J. Knowles: Liberals Can't Articulate Their Arguments, Resort to Screaming

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 21 hrs ago

Michael J. Knowles: Liberals Can't Articulate Their Arguments, Resort to Screaming

"You But you put it very well which is you don't need to be a rocket scientist to recognize that it's wrong to kill a baby that the constitution does not defend or articulate any right to kill a baby and that it's time to overturn it You don't need to have some advanced degree You don't need to have all of the PhDs and all the various accolades and credentials that the left seems to value so highly and you don't need to use lots of complicated jargon And it's pretty simple We actually can know the difference between good and bad and right and wrong and true and false And I think that the reason that the left tends to get a lot angrier and screeching gal and you remember after Trump won they started screaming no and they all went viral because the value literally screaming at the sky yeah That's right And the reason that they get so angry is because they can't see the reality They can't articulate their position If you understand an issue then you can just state your opinion and you can say Tom lady and you can be forceful but you don't need to scream and yell and pull your hair out But if you know that you're on shaky ground as the pro abortion people are in this case specifically And as the leftists are generally then they have to get emotional and they get frustrated because they can't articulate their views There were two demonstrations outside the Supreme Court today There was a group of pro lifers specifically there was a group of young pro life women and they were singing the national anthem and they were waving American flags and they were praying and they seemed very grounded and reasonable And then there was a group of pro abortion women who were screaming and yelling and literally taking abortion pills You just look at those two groups Dan which one do you think has it more accurately

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Michael J. Knowles Reacts to Mississippi Abortion Case Arguments

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | 21 hrs ago

Michael J. Knowles Reacts to Mississippi Abortion Case Arguments

"And the pro life lawyers did a great job And I think you said it very well This is the issue A lot of times whenever a conservative makes any kind of argument you'll hear the liberals and the squishes push back and they'll say oh is this really the hill you want to die on And first of all I never intend to die on a hill But when it comes to this issue if there is going to be a hill to die on it's got to be this one because this is the most basic issue it is literally about life and death And as you point out if we don't stand up on this issue then conservatism doesn't make any sense America doesn't make any sense if we don't stand up on this issue In the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson predicates the country on the unalienable rights given to us by our creator those rights to life liberty and property You can't have a reliability in the pursuit of happiness might be understood as property You can't pursue happiness if you don't have liberty You can't have liberty if you don't have life It all comes down to life Go through every bite that you have in the Bill of Rights every legal right you've got in any state in this country none of them matter whatsoever if you don't have the right to life And as we have seen as we heard the lawyers discussed today the roe versus wade decision was incoherent Justice Thomas asked very well He said so is this about the right to abortion Where is that You asked me about the Second Amendment and I know where that is But the right to abortion where is that And the pro abortion lawyers ran their mouths on a filibuster basically Just tried to say a bunch of words to make it seem like a coherent sentence They have no answer There is no right to abortion in the constitution It's one of if not the single most egregious error in the history of American jurisprudence and its long past time we

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At historic abortion arguments, conservatives signal changes

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 21 hrs ago

At historic abortion arguments, conservatives signal changes

"The the supreme supreme court's court's conservative conservative majority majority is is suggesting suggesting potential potential sweeping sweeping changes changes to to abortion abortion rights rights roe roe V. V. Wade Wade legalized legalized abortion abortion nearly nearly fifty fifty years years ago ago when when the the court court reaffirmed reaffirmed the the decision decision two two decades decades later later ruling ruling states states cannot cannot ban ban abortions abortions until until the the fetus fetus is is considered considered viable viable around around twenty twenty four four weeks weeks the the courts courts now now being being asked asked to to overturn overturn those those rulings rulings in in a a case case about about a a Mississippi Mississippi ban ban on on abortion abortion after after fifteen fifteen weeks weeks Chief Chief Justice Justice John John Roberts Roberts is is among among conservative conservative members members questioning questioning the the viability viability line line why why is is fifteen fifteen weeks weeks not not enough enough time time the the court court could could simply simply uphold uphold the the Mississippi Mississippi law law and and say say nothing nothing else else but but abortion abortion rights rights supporters supporters say say that that would would still still effectively effectively overturn overturn roe roe V. V. Wade Wade Sony Sony a a sodomite sodomite war war and and other other liberal liberal justices justices suggested suggested that that may may create create a a public public perception perception that that the the High High Court Court is is simply simply a a political political arm arm will will this this institution institution survives survives the the stench stench Sager Sager made made Ghani Ghani Washington Washington

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WSJ Editorial Board Echoes Alexander Bickel: Roe v. Wade Was a Mistake

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 22 hrs ago

WSJ Editorial Board Echoes Alexander Bickel: Roe v. Wade Was a Mistake

"Coming. I don't know what's gonna happen with roe V wade. But we've got the Supreme Court getting ready to hear arguments in a case called Dobbs versus Jackson women's health. That could lead to the overturning of roe V wade. Now, I have argued for years. Obviously, I'm pro life. So anybody who's not pro life, you're going to say, well, Gallagher, the reason you disagree with roe V wade is that you're a pro life guy. You're somebody. Listen, the bottom line is, roe is one of the worst decisions in the history of the Supreme Court. With a stroke of their pen, the Supreme Court overturned 50 state laws and turned abortion into this political war. That nonetheless could not be settled politically through the ballot box. As The Wall Street Journal points out, their editorial this week, the great legal scholar Alexander bakel wrote in the morality of consent, the Supreme Court simply invented a trimester medical analysis. The court never said why? It was a mistake. Roe V wade is a mistake.

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SCOTUS Case Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization Could Overturn Roe v. Wade

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 22 hrs ago

SCOTUS Case Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization Could Overturn Roe v. Wade

"This could be an epic epic day in the history of the Supreme Court and indeed in the history of America oral arguments are underway in this landmark abortion case this is the most important abortion case in years. And the question is going to be how will the Supreme Court Justices maneuver or navigate through. Something they shouldn't even have to deal with in the first place? Will the court in Dobbs V Jackson women's health organization? Shuttle for a ruling that upholds a Mississippi ban on abortion after 15 weeks. Or will it simply do the right thing? Overturn roe V wade and return the regulation of abortion to legislatures in the states. That's what this comes down to.

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Trevor Noah: Moderna Chief Not a Source You Should Trust

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:01 min | 1 d ago

Trevor Noah: Moderna Chief Not a Source You Should Trust

"Day. Trevor, Noah gets the dummy today. Now I've long said, you take Bill Mars earpiece off. You take Trevor Noah's earpiece off. John Stuart any of them. Gobert, you put them in a room with a smart man or woman who's well read, and you'll let him talk for two hours. There will be nothing left but ribbons of them. There will be cut to pieces. By anyone who knows their way around a set of facts and how to argue. They're not that bad. They're not smart. They're funny, and they have good timing, they're good comics. But Trevor Noah is a moron. Cut number 21. And while most of the world is willing to wait and see, at least one person feels comfortable about making predictions, the Moderna CEO told the Financial Times he expects the existing vaccines to be less effective against the new variant of COVID. I think it's going to be a material drop. This was on vaccine efficacy. I just don't know how much because we still need to wait for the data, but all the scientists I've spoken to are saying this is not going to be good. So on the one hand, almost all the only cron cases have been mild so far. But on the other hand, the guy who stands to gain millions of dollars from new vaccines says we need new vaccines. Huh. If we don't make a new vaccine, this disease could be with us Ferrari. I mean forever. Sorry, I was thinking of something else. Now, look, I'm not saying that the CEO of Moderna is lying. I'm not saying that at all. I'm just saying, I don't think he's the most objective source on this topic, you know? I'll wait to hear what neutral experts say about a new vaccine. People like public health officials or the CEO of Johnson & Johnson. I mean, he's got nothing a game 'cause nobody's gonna buy his vaccines either way, so I trust him. And also, if we do need a new vaccine for this new variant, it's not a big deal. All right, people. I see people online being like, we're going to get a new shot every year. There's no way. Yeah, yeah, you know what? Maybe to not die, you might need to take 15 minutes out of your year.

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Nigeria detects first case of omicron variant from October

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Nigeria detects first case of omicron variant from October

"Nigeria Nigeria says says its its first first case case of of the the Omicron Omicron variant variant was was identified identified weeks weeks ago ago the the country's country's national national public public health health institute institute says says it it had had detected detected a a first first case case all all the the variant variant in in the the song song pull pull it it collected collected in in October October weeks weeks before before South South Africa Africa alerted alerted the the world world about about the the variant variant last last week week Nigeria's Nigeria's the the first first west west African African country country that's that's according according to to the the new new variant variant since since scientists scientists in in southern southern Africa Africa detected detected and and reported reported it it I'm I'm now now can can be be added added to to a a list list of of nearly nearly twenty twenty countries countries with with a a variant variant has has been been found found much much remains remains unknown unknown about about the the new new coronavirus coronavirus including including whether whether it's it's more more contagious contagious and and if if it it is is less less effective effective against against vaccines vaccines I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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3 lawyers readying arguments in high court abortion case

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

3 lawyers readying arguments in high court abortion case

"The the U. U. S. S. Supreme Supreme Court Court justices justices hear hear arguments arguments today today in in a a major major abortion abortion case case for for Mississippi Mississippi which which seeks seeks an an end end to to the the roe roe versus versus Wade Wade decision decision of of nineteen nineteen seventy seventy three three roe roe versus versus Wade Wade codified codified a a woman's woman's constitutional constitutional right right to to an an abortion abortion before before fetal fetal viability viability around around twenty twenty four four weeks weeks in in the the Mississippi Mississippi case case Dobbs Dobbs verses verses Jackson Jackson women's women's health health the the state state is is defending defending its its law law that that bans bans abortion abortion after after fifteen fifteen weeks weeks well well before before viability viability the the conservative conservative majority majority court court could could either either let let the the Mississippi Mississippi law law stand stand up up hold hold the the fetal fetal viability viability precedent precedent or or completely completely overturn overturn the the roe roe decision decision allowing allowing individual individual states states to to decide decide former former vice vice president president Mike Mike pence pence weighed weighed in in life life is is a a human human rights rights and and urged urged the the Supreme Supreme Court Court of of the the United United States States to to choose choose life life three three lawyers lawyers will will present present their their cases cases a a decision decision is is expected expected by by this this summer summer hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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The Omicron Non-Emergency

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 1 d ago

The Omicron Non-Emergency

"The non emergency, according to The Wall Street Journal. The World Health Organization obviously is saying that the new variant poses a high new risk. And that beyond the large mutations in its spike protein, that we don't know that if this has increased transmissibility or could make vaccine antibodies less effective. South African doctors say that the cases are milder and cause different symptoms noticeably fatigue. Many are young people who might be expected to have milder symptoms. But breakthrough infections have also been mild. I don't think it will blow over. But I think it will be a mild disease hopefully. Despite all of this, European countries are now entertaining another round of lockdowns. Because they worried that socialized healthcare systems could get overwhelmed. This is The Wall Street Journal I'm reading from. 92% of adults in America have COVID antibodies. 92%. As of September from vaccines or prior infection. That means only 8% of America hasn't yet been exposed to the virus. Governor Cathy hoka, who of course is trying to win another term, she hasn't even won one term. Let's just say, when a term as governor, she's the accidental governor, she's like Gerald Ford. She she thinks that you become governor of New York by sewing fear and having total shutdowns and lockdowns, somehow that is something that state of New York wants.

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Kyle Rittenhouse’s Classmates Don’t Want Him on Campus

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 1 d ago

Kyle Rittenhouse’s Classmates Don’t Want Him on Campus

"You got to remember, Wendy started that fundraiser. She had $0. We had to re zeros. I want to also the audience to know the financial status of the rittenhouse family. You dropped out of school to support your mom, is that correct? I did. I was working three jobs. I was working at the YMCA rec plex and I was doing some landscaping gigs off the side. So that's the net worth of the rittenhouse family. And then and I'm not saying that diminishingly on this offering context that then the only opportunity you had to get out of jail and get counsel was external support and no one really knew where the money went. It went to John pierce and to linds ego. The Kyle, I'm just sensing this and you could correct me if I'm wrong, you're calm cool and collected until this topic. It just two things in this world pissed me off the most when lunchbox says I'm not a student at ASU. And when linwood likes to go off and say that I'm being handled. So more there you can listen, of course, on the Charlie Kirk show podcast and we'll be dropping it here and we're honored to have an exclusive conversation with him. One of the stories that's been popping up is Arizona state university. Many of the students at Arizona state university will be playing more clips throughout the hour with Kyle rittenhouse, and we're going to get into so much more news as well. But the students at Arizona state university metro date that ASU they have come out and maybe they want to be sued. Maybe they want to be thrown for libel. They say we have been contacted by many media organizations asking for different statements regarding our protest against Kyle rittenhouse. Here's our position. We will not stand for a white supremacist killer on our campus. Really, white supremacist. What evidence do you have of that? Who is basically Kyle's best friend? I'd love for metra day ASU to tell me that. In our view, the rittenhouse shooting is an analogous to the Greensboro massacre. Where 5 antiracist protesters were killed by clan members that were later acquitted by an all white jury. Similar to the Greensboro massacre, the rittenhouse case is a failure of the justice system to punish white fascist vigilante violence. You see, you can only believe things like this if you go to college.

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Why Investigating 2020 Voter Fraud Is About Saving Our Country

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | 1 d ago

Why Investigating 2020 Voter Fraud Is About Saving Our Country

"And Mike, again, help my audience understand. You have led the charge in trying to bring a case to the Supreme Court. That would be signed by attorneys general from states around the country, what is the crux of this case that you're bringing? In other words, what is the crux of the case that you're hoping that the Supreme Court will look at? Okay, I would rather I'm not a lawyer. I would rather that everybody go to Frank speech dot com. You can view the whole case there. But it's stiff. There's a couple of things. If to explain it, there's 5 states that are getting that are definitely defendants. And that's your Wisconsin, Pennsylvania. Michigan, Arizona, and Georgia. And now all the states have standing. The evidence that's there now is not the evidence that was brought before them back last year. And last year when they said they didn't have standing, now they have standards, not one but two ways. They absolutely help with how to accept it on standing because every state's got standing. The attorneys generals know Anita I need everyone to know this. We brought the case other lawyers who grew up this case that we brought into these different attorneys general. We met with them. We showed them show them that the election fraud happened in their state, Eric. I bought their voter rolls. An Alabama had to pay 30 some $1000 out of my pocket to buy the voter rolls who bought who voted and then the voter rolls after. So then we went in. We canvass. We showed him it happened in their state. I'll give you an example, Alabama. We show it happen there. And I said, you guys need to look at this complaint. And get on board with us. We need to protect our country. This is about who are a Democrat or Republican thing. This is about saving our

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"first case" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

05:50 min | 4 months ago

"first case" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

"And god's grace he chooses not dubose which remain humbles of that people won't think more of him than is warranted and god gives him a little help in the area of humility says. Paul tells us that in order to keep from becoming conceited. He's given a thorn in his flesh. She describes as a messenger from satan. Who has sent to torment him We don't know exactly what this thorn in the flesh was a mini believe it was a physical ailment. However we just don't know. I like what hold bolinger says about. Paul's thorn bolinger writes Because paul had a number of revelation envisions That could cause some christians to be jealous of these opinions. His thorne his side brings him back to earth. So whatever paul's thorn was paul pleaded with lord takeaway three different times Did the lord. No in his grace. No satan may have been the one to afflict paul but god allow the affliction to keep paul from becoming a conceded bragar After the incredible things that he saw as hard to be told no. isn't it. How paul take the answer. We find out the key for so if you read on a second corinthians twelve nineteen says and i don't like the in avi but this is what This person used in this article it says but he said to me. My grace is fishing for you for my power is made perfect in weakness therefore i will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses. So that christ's power may rest upon me so if you wanna check out. There's more to that article but this is kinda you eat. A lots threatened by josie. Siler in it's on crosswalk dot com tunnel. The second half of migraines is sufficient that we keep forgetting so carrying on here. They're coming for your children. That is i am a watchman. We'll check that out this alone. A hidden agenda. It's in your face in there after your children. Should you be scared. Yes some states. California new york among them have taken steps to decriminalize sex between adults and children even including incest after years of trying to force you to accept and embrace a deviant loft style or. They aren't even trying to hide it. They're proud they're allowed and they are wrong. I'm afraid of our that article get angry again and Probably get sick in my stomach so if you wanna check that out check it out. I am a watchman. A pull it up and i'll tell you where you can go. I am a.

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"first case" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

04:24 min | 4 months ago

"first case" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

"Need for the lord. We think we have together. We don't need any help is a false sense of security false strength eventually. Our own strength will fellas and then what then were ready ready for. What not a what a who were ready for. Jesus so he continues and says When we come to the of ourselves and our own strength were finally ready for jesus power strength to take over john guild expiration of the bible reveals that the strength of christ shines forth in its perfection and glory in supplying supporting and strengthening his people under all their weaknesses and if they if they were not allowed to some weaknesses in themselves. Strength would not be so manifest. The bottom line is the strength of jesus cross can't be experienced in our lives and less. We have an area of weakness. How ever where were where. we're weak. The power of christ genes that are less filling us with more strength than we could ever muster up on her own. I continue this. How can christians misinterpret migration efficient for you. It says here I don't know about you. But when i hear the words my grace sufficient for you. Uh cy in relieved. The grace of lord. Jesus cross is indeed enough. It's that if that's all we ever get. It's enough however is easy to misinterpret that phrase as easily thank you. Won't it means we won't suffer anymore or we want to believe it means live will be easier but that just isn't the case as tests. Emily hall writes. It is impossible for us to conquer anything. Apart from god's sufficient grace this quote reminds me that we will continue to experience things in life than need conquering. Apparently my anger in my temper is one of those Yeah oh lord really got to work on. That says a weekend still experience. Great charles and hardships in life. But we don't experience them without hope or help. Our lord's grace's efficient for us. But what does that mean. The context of these words is so important was take a look at what was helped what was happening in second grade. The ins twelve nine do like that. I'm going to read that sentence against we can still experience great trials and hardships in life..

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"first case" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

04:10 min | 4 months ago

"first case" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

"But i digress. Anyway so says from macy's as hardware facial recognition is already everywhere this is written by rebecca. Hi will and it was in So check it out says facial recognition but our favorite source because were largely and where Some of the us usa's most popular stores including macy's in as hardware or using facial facial recognition all their customers largely with other knowledge as is now the digits now. The digital rise nonprofit far for the future has helped launch a national campaign to document which at the country's biggest retailers are deploying facial recognition launched on wednesday the campaign which has the support of more than thirty five human rights groups aims to draw attention to retail stores using facial scanning Algorithms to boost their profits intensified security system. Eight even track their employees. Yes folks that is happening of work first couple of them. I can tell you this the truth. As the campaign counter the clery monitor the facial the regia facial recognition goes far beyond law enforcement and into the product commercials store funds. We revisit Experts warned that facial recognition and these spaces particularly concerning because egyptology is largely unregulated undisclosed meaning both kaz customers and employees may be unaware. This software is surveilling in collecting data about them. A lot of people would probably be surprised to know how many retailers that they shop in on a regular basis are using this technology in a variety of ways to protect their profits and maximize their profits as well Caitlyn's eli george. A campaign director at fight for the future Told recode so. Gosh schick that on. Vox listen to recode For a macy's as hardware facial recognition is already everywhere oracle was written by a rebecca. Hi will check that outlets. Go some good info in there. Obviously the second half of my grace's sufficient we keep forgetting. Let's check that out People always forget that part and this was written on crosswalk dot com by jothi siler Believe this is posted. July thirteenth twenty twenty one says what if on a really hard day when everything is going wrong and you feel just awful a friend cheer for you. You feel weak they asked. That's awesome is it. is it really well. Yeah could be After you get over the initial shock of their perceived insensitivity you realize they're cheering is actually biblical What you see as a weakness they see as an opportunity for jesus cross power to be made perfect in weakness so as i read this paragraph. I am so convicted convicted So for especially for losing my temper up today. I should have. I should let that be a Via an opportunity to be kind to the person that was talking to into show christ's love but anyway the article continues there. We're all week in our own way Maybe we're physically weak due to a chronic illness maybe we're emotionally we or struggle with their mental health. Perhaps we're just playing exhausted by the business of life in full week. In every way whatever type of weakness we experience is not fun. I don't think any of us would choose to feel weak but what we allow christ's power to be made. Perfect in the midst of our weakness in exchange our weakness for his strength. Well now that doesn't sound so bad after all. Maybe our overzealous friend is onto something. Yeah i should have probably done more of that this morning. and so it continues in. It says what is made perfect in weakness mean made perfect in weakness means we game letting go. We become more by trying less. Our strength comes through surrender to in unity. With jesus christ as matthew henry states in his commentary on second corinthians twelve nine. It's a christian paradox when we are weaken yourselves than we are strong in the grace of our lord. Jesus christ is confusing. I know on earthly level. It doesn't make sense but on a spiritual level it makes perfect sense when we are strong ourselves..

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"first case" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"first case" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

"Thirty seven new cases on thursday the highest number recorded since mid march Yeah well we'll just see about that in texas We have been open since of timber. So we haven't worn masks people wear them some people don't If you want to wear a mask worthy mask you don't wanna mess. Don't wear the mask You know it's a personal preference You know you're not gonna do any harm. The only way to is is herd. Immunity is herd immunity That's you know if you think back to the spanish flu you need go back into history in read science. Don't listen to what these yahoos tell you you know do some research You know this i. I do believe this cove in nineteen. I think is biological warfare was made in a lab really. Don't know what it is especially how attacks people so differently. So strangely like some people get symptoms. Some people don't some people die Some people don't even know it had it had to be tested though that they had it So i'm not saying that. Kobe nineteen is not Is not an issue or is not dangerous. now. I'm not saying that at all you know. I'm saying that it was made in a lab which makes it even more dangerous in my mind But your mask is not gonna save you Elegant it this way. Jesus crosses the only one that can save us in so you know it took me a while. 'cause i had all these crazy ideas. Go ahead of the spanish flu and all these people dying. They're telling us. You know. As i started wrongly shut down for fourteen days in millions of people. Millions of people are gonna died. I'm thinking the spanish flu. I'm thinking plague. You know thinking. Oh my god this is gonna be terrible But you know the longer this went on the more racers came out. They were telling people that were hit by car then. They died in the hospital. They tested positive for code You know they didn't die from the car accident..

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"first case" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

02:35 min | 4 months ago

"first case" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

"Caucus members and staff took a rapid tests which all came back negative but two more members tested positive on saturday morning Let's pray that They don't have any serious complications Cove nineteen is a disease caused by the c. c. p. chinese communist party virus is all three members are fully vaccinated against the. Oh listen to this folks. All three members are fully vaccinated against the virus. The caucus fully vaccinated refers to people who have received both maderno or pfizer jabs or the single shot. Johnson and johnson vaccine people are not considered fully vaccinated until two weeks have elapsed following their final shot of house. Democrats offices all day. All cdc guidance in protocols this is a sober reminder that. Kobe is through with us in bill. Vaccinations offered tremendous protection. No they don't but if you want to believe that we still take the necessary precautions. Chris started the state house democratic caucus chairman said in a statement. Apparently not folks apparently not. We'll throw this in here Because praying folks My partner In co worker His son is actually in the hospital right now. With code he's around my asia's forties mid forties His son We won't say where he goes to college but he is a medical med student Who took them. A dirna vaccine was fully vaccinated came down with covert gave it to his dad. His dad is now in icy. You with double pneumonia. Kobe pneumonia The last heard this morning he was earning. A slight temperature has a really bad cough In a horrendous headache has oxygen levels or still in the load mid nineties which is good. So we're praying for a complete full recovery am for him if he has a praying folks. Please pray for johnny He's a wonderful. Wonderful gentleman is in law enforcement as well. So we pray for him his wife Is doing well and the other The other sons doing will too. So but you never know how m- how this is gonna affect some people. Some people are symptomatic. Some people get really sick There's really no rhyme or reason You know to this to this virus so you just never know. That's why I think it's biological warfare. But hey you know who are we to say anything like that. So anyways in touch with public health experts in.

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"first case" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

03:35 min | 4 months ago

"first case" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast

"Well hello and welcome to another episode of bible prophecy for to dame is heather. I am the host of this little episode program. It is good to be back It has been crazy frustrating week. I'm so happy to be back. Check it on the news. And hopefully i will get a day off here pretty soon. Maybe or maybe not Off you guys have had ever had issues with your internet provider or anybody that you call on the phone for customer service and i realize that these people have a very difficult job and i'm sure they get yelled at all day long With no exception. I hate to a hate admitted. I lost my temper today And always think about. Oh my gosh on such a horrible person and think about that and then you also gotta remember that the lord forgives us and he's not up there waiting to crush us you know He is he is faithful injustice. When we ask him to forgive us he will forgive us and so So i i got upset lost my temper today but I did ask for forgiveness so Welcome everybody and soul. Let's see what we've got going on two days so comma change is that the new religion texas democrats They build will be rested Yes yes they will governor. Abbott is going to have them arrested so In the first case of monkey pox. So that's going to be new. I haven't heard of monkey pox. So let's check with that. So says the cdc confirms a us case of monkeypox at the center of disease control. Provisions on friday confirmed a case of monkey pox in the us. The cdc and the texas department of state health services said a us resident who traveled to texas from. Nigeria had a confirmed case of monkey pox. The person took two flights on his way to texas one from nigeria to atlanta in another from atlanta to dallas The person is currently hospitalized in dallas official looks to get in touch with those who may have had close contact with him during the flights. Monkey pox is a rare but potentially serious viral illness that typically begins with flu like illness in swelling in the lymph nodes and progresses to a widespread rash on the face and body. Abc said in a statement of the strain of monkey pox. The person in dallas has is typically seen in virginia and west africa. The infection can last anywhere from two to four weeks and is fatal in about one in one hundred people. Sylla's pray for the person had a flew in from nigeria That he will be willing. The lord will heal him in that. Nobody else. will Get monkey pox. That came in contact with him. So pray for that. So that's interesting and never heard a monkey pox before okeydokey so next. We have from the epoch. Tom which is three Three texas house democrats test positive for cova nineteen after fleeing to dc. This is by. Zachary steiber Posted to day actually actually supposed yesterday in my mind is still Still saturday but it's actually early sunday morning now says a of the texas democrats who flew to washington this week to stymie efforts to pass election for election. Reform legislation have tested positive for code nineteen. One member has a positive on friday night. In immediately for colleagues the texas house democratic caucus said in a statement to news ellas.

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"first case" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:37 min | 6 months ago

"first case" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Your IRAs For one case, Roth Iris for three. B's simple plan set plans all of those retirement type plans because fees are a direct reduction of the returns that you're earning, and especially if you're paying high fees over a long period of time. I'm by way, of example. Assume you worked at a company for 35 years and you deposited $10,000 a year an annual contributions each year for 35 years and say you earned a 7% average rate of return. Four fees. Now, if you paid a fee of 1%, which is pretty normal in reasonable you'd end up with around $1.1 million That's a pretty good chunk of change. Now, If you paid 2% in fees, you'd have $903,000. So that would be roughly $220,000 a less and if your average fees went up to 3%, you'd only be left with $736,000. At retirement age, which is a drop of over $300,000 Now nobody wants to lose. Hundreds of thousands of dollars to feast. So this is one of those areas where you really have to pay attention to the totals that you're paying. This includes things like administration fees that might be charged to you A zone employee in your four Oh one K plans as well as The expense ratios and the fees that are going to be charged. By the underlying investments like the mutual funds or the TF accounts, so keeping fees as lowest possible ensures that your heard earned money actually. Has the possibility of turning into a really generous nest egg rather than giving you barely enough to scrape by in your retirement now fees air, certainly not the only issue when it comes to retirement planning. But it certainly is one of the issues that can have an impact in terms of the funds that you're able to build up over your working career. Don't forget if you have an opportunity to work for an employer that also is generous enough to offer you a free match. Thief rematch is fantastic because those air dollars that you weren't as a perk as a benefit, and you want to make sure that you always take advantage of the freebies inside those plans. And it is really important to pay attention to all these issues as well as your allocations. So if you need help with any of these questions, I certainly invite you to come see me here in my Mission Valley office for your absolutely free retirement. Check up in consultation with me. I do me with.

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"first case" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:13 min | 10 months ago

"first case" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Jackie Quinn. The White House is telling states they will soon be receiving more doses of covert 19 vaccines, and by next week people can get their shots at the drugstore 6500 pharmacies around the country will get a total of one million doses starting next week is the critical step to provide the public with convenient, trusted places to get vaccinated in their communities. Coronavirus coordinator Jeff Zion says up to 40,000 pharmacies could end up providing the vaccine. It's the supply grows. Soccer Megane Washington Global health experts have visited a Chinese virus laboratory in the city of Wuhan, where the first cases of covert were reported. Hoping to learn more about the origin of the virus. The White House also reversed some of the Trump administration's immigration policies. Vowing to reunite detained Children with their parents, Senator Mitt Romney of Utah, says the Republican Party should distance itself from controversial Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, who's been pushing widely debunked conspiracy theories, important for us to separate ourselves from the people that are in the wacky weeds. Your Los Angeles. Three people have been critically injured when the blast went off on a film set. The explosion also sparked a grass fire, but fire crews were able to put that out in sunrise, Florida the FBI's morning the shooting deaths of two agents serving a warrant on a man suspected of violent crimes against Children. Chosen profession is fraught. With danger. Today. This grim reality. Has taken two of our best. From our family. Three other agents were injured. The suspect is dead. Snow and ice are blanketing much of the Northeast After a two day storm, some travelers have been stranded Stocks closed higher. The Dow gained 475 points. This is AP News Military coup in Myanmar and the mass crackdown. A dissidents in Russia are presenting some early challenges for the Biden administration's foreign relations. State Department spokesman Nick Price on Russia and opposition leader Alexei Navalny being jailed. We're going to look very carefully at the deteriorating human rights situation in Russia. What has happened with Mr Navalny Specifically what has happened with the mass detentions of those who have bravely taken to the streets. A new study finds cleaner air from the pandemic lockdown warmed the planet a bit and 2020 especially in places like the U. S. Russia and China, even though so it and sulfate were reduced in the air. Particles also reflect the Sun's heat. The study's lead author says the loss of cooling outweighs any reduction of heat trapping carbon. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News For McDonald, Cbu and Davis. Helen Advertising. This is aroma. $2.6 piece, Vic Nugget. 32nd radio Idea. Number M c L Q 8473 to 0 R. Hey, we haven't even pulled away from the drive thru,.

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"first case" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:32 min | 11 months ago

"first case" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The first case on U. S soil is confirmed in Washington State. The first death in the U. S in California was reported on February 6 CDC director Dr Robert Redfield, the risk To any average American is low. George's first covert related fatality comes March 12th. Our hearts go out to his loved ones, Friends and the community. March 16th. The virus starts to affect the US financially as the Dow suffers its worst single day drop in history. That's the same day governor camp orders. All schools closed on March. 23rd Atlanta issues a state home order and the U. S. Soon becomes the most infected country in the world. April 3rd, Georgia Statewide shelter in place is issue. This order is a common sense, measured step forward to stop the spread of Cove in 19, but at the end of the month kept makes Georgia one of the first states to reopen my family. By late June, a summer surge begins, which infects Freddie Freeman of the Braves and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms. This is startling. For me because we've been so very careful Schools in metro Atlanta re open in August and in September college football starts with thousands of fans watching Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs felt like 9 3000 my best friends, but just some of her invisible in October. The virus strikes the White House and President Trump Test positive spin. Very interesting journey. I learned a lot about Cove in in November. 2 vaccines, including one tested at Emory prove effective. This is one of the biggest, if not the biggest medical advance in the.

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"first case" Discussed on The Family Crime Cast

The Family Crime Cast

13:21 min | 1 year ago

"first case" Discussed on The Family Crime Cast

"Exactly right living with a teenage daughter like yourself. What Ramos butterflies talking about exactly delight? Your delicate flower. That's for sure but yeah I mean this was the last place they want it to be in freehold New Jersey and the middle of July testifying and having you know each and every word that they said each and every move. They made scrutinized by everyone in that courtroom. So I think you know absolutely I would not want to be in a position either. Would you But these young girls did testify and although they did not always get a date right where they did not always get a time right. They were unwavering. In what happened where it happened and how they felt about what was happening to them and that to me is the most important part. I was reading in some of the articles that it was like. Yeah like you mentioned. They forgot dater. They forgot if they were twelve or thirteen. I'm like does that even matter. They were as long as they don't remember what happened to them. Why do they need to know if they were over thirteen? It's a disgrace disgusting atrocious thing that happened to them. You're really gonna You Really GonNa like Badger them if it was a Tuesday or Wednesday well. Let's definitely you know what happened. I mean they were intensely cross examined by Charlie Frankel. Who was at the time you know one of the best trial lawyers in Monmouth County? If not the state. He was known as the Dean of the criminal defense attorneys so he went after them on dates and times and in his opening statement. He indicated that that these girls were put up by church. Elders who wanted to oust reverend win a conspiracy. They presented fifteen to twenty witnesses which were called character ministers from other congregations with in Monmouth County. Oh Yeah bringin the ministers. Let's go bring it all the ministers to come give a good character. Whatever evaluation of another pastor in ministers officials people from the Welfare Board town officials city officials testify as to his good character but then ultimately reverend win took the stand himself and he on direct examination denied any involvement with these young girls and one of the allegations was that he paid off one of the mothers to silence the investigation and there was some evidence which I was able to use that established that he in fact did pay the mother of course. He said he didn't pay the mother for silencing her in regards any investigation but it was clear that he paid her and it was also clear that there was an indication within the congregation that somehow allegations of some nature. Maybe not describing fully. What happened had been settled within the church? So when you put those two and two together number one. He paid or number. Two something was settled. It raised the inference that he was not telling the truth and I think that resonated with the jurors that was the turning point. Do you think that was just like at that point where you really confident well? You're never confidence. You're never confident but on cross examination number one you never really get to have that opportunity very often as a prosecutor. It's very rare where defendant actually takes the stand. It's GONNA say so. Okay from your perspective or experience. Would you have had him testified? Well if you has defense attorney no since. I've been a defense attorney in cases that I've tried. I never put the defendant on the stand a real like sociopathic move to want to do that and he probably wanted to do that. Because he's you know the leader of the church. I mean he's probably a great speaker and he probably thought because he's a sociopath that he could persuade the jury to follow him like his Congress has congregation kept following him saying he has done no wrong. He's our leader. You know what I mean. That's exactly true because at one point I asked him when he paid her. Why paid her and he said because she was in distress and then he said you can ask many people in my congregation that I've helped people in distress and the congregation that supported him all day. Men and so I learned quick. That is not normal. That is not normal for any pastor priest minister to pay the people who go to their courage not just give them guidance. Do all that. It's not normal for somebody in that position to pay. Well that was. That was my point on cross examination that you can give them advice. You can give them council but to pay them money in particularly in a situation where there is. Some suspicion of wrongdoing really did not make him look good and I got him to admit that he paid her and she was in distress and I asked was she in distress. Because of the fact that you had molested her young daughters earn. And you know he sat there. Of course he answered no but I don't think that no resonated with the jury I think at that point it coming out that he paid a parent of a child he molested. I just feel like just now going back from that so after that. I mean the jury's out at this point but yeah I mean obviously the defense wrapped up their case after Reverend testified. And then we got. Mr Franklin is summed up to the jury criminal cases the defense goes I and the summation essentially. Was that you know this was not true. That he was a good man and that none of this should ever have seen the light of day because it wasn't true and my final point to the jury is you have to look at these. Young girls establish that they would have to have some type of motivation to come here and lie and was not a reason for them to do that. The only reason why they were here was the tell the truth and then the case went to the jewelry so I want to know before the jury comes back in any case or this case. What are you feeling like? What's going through your mind going through your guy well right. I don't think there was anything left in my gut to be perfectly honest. You Always Second. Guess Yourself. You always kind of think. Well maybe I should have done that or maybe should have said this. I think most trial attorneys have that same experience. But you just sit and you wait and it is no matter how short hour long a period of time it is. It is a lonely wait. It is a lonely wait so what was the verdict so the jury was out less than five hours. Which I think is very quick. I I don't know you tell me. Is that quick to me. Will with four victims with twelve charges in the indictment including very serious charges aggravated sexual assault and sexual assault. Five hours to me was a very quick verdict so I wasn't too sure with a quick verdict. What the outcome would be. I feel like it could either. When they're quick. You're like all right. It can come back not wealthier come back guilty like there's kind of so yeah. I mean would you think about o? J. Simpson came back. Very quick and people are like what's going to happen. Oj Simpson came back not guilty. So you're not too sure is that what's going to happen. And then the jury came back and the first charge that they pronounce the verdict was for aggravated Sexual Assault. Guilty and right then and there that he was exposed to significant period of time in jail and ultimately and ultimately he was convicted of. I think seven at the twelve counts and exposed them to up to eight years in jail for aggregate of all the charges. All that you know obviously wouldn't have happened. But that's what he faced all right so after he is convicted is that there are some sort of New Jersey with sexual offenders like this. They have to go meet with a psychiatrist or Yes in New Jersey. If you're convicted of the sexual offense will you plead guilty? To sexual offense you have to be evaluated by the adult diagnostic and Treatment Center which is in Avondale New Jersey and evaluations conducted by a psychiatrist tests are given to the person and in that evaluation determines whether or not you're compulsive and repetitive sex offender and that would determine whether or not you would go to state prison or you would actually go to the avenue facility to be treated if you were a compulsive and repetitive. Sex offender is shocked. A lot of people in his congregation supported him. The evaluation came back and he was deemed. A compulsive repetitive sex offender that he had done this more than once and God knows how many times he had done it. Wow and were you surprised by that? No I mean my experience. Was that an individual who involved himself with multiple victims probably had many more and You know again credit to these young girls to come forward and stop the abuse a future. Young girls that could have occurred And they not come forward absolutely and I think that I mean I wanna give major Kudos to the prosecutor's Office for a nineteen eighty four. You know not only believing these young girls but falling through from start to finish and putting somebody very very very bad away for a long time. It was a big credit. We had vested barber cone in Lieutenant. Reggie will more work very hard in the case putting it together and then the team that handled the case did a great job and unfortunately they had a a young prosecutor who was dedicated to this particular case and sought through to the end. That's that's awesome so you know as awful as this case is I feel like in every bad situation. There is some sort of positive thing to come out of it. What would you say the positive things come out of this case was one thing was that after this case and I got my first promotion in the office I became director of the I started the move on? I became director of the child abuse and Sex Crimes Unit in the Office. I was done I was head of. What is it. Law and order special victims favorite. Show that I watch every single night so that was that was a nice positive thing and I began to deal pretty much extensively with these types of cases those type of cases again Stick with you and I was there for about two years doing that. But I followed through with with prosecutor Kay to establish the Monmouth County Child Abuse Task Force which over the next twenty years developed a interdisciplinary relationships with other agencies to deal with the issue of child abuse and ultimately building a child advocacy center for young victims to come forward and not be traumatized like we discussed before giving a statement over and over but coming to a safe place to tell somebody what happened and for them to be believed. That sounds important and that really is a positive thing to come out of this ugly situation. Yes it was it had some good aspects and I think it these aspects continued today With the fine work that Detectives and prosecutors do with child abuse and Child Sexual Abuse Victims. Great that's an excellent place to end a great. I'm glad to. Hey we got the first one in the bank with a first ever episode. Thank you so much for listening to anybody who has started following us so much. We appreciate all the support you can listen to us on. I tunes spotify and Stitcher. We're now on tart figuring it out as we go. Do we get anybody to listen to. Just a couple of.

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"first case" Discussed on The Family Crime Cast

The Family Crime Cast

13:58 min | 1 year ago

"first case" Discussed on The Family Crime Cast

"From Stuart Ri- crush this shit okay. Today's Hello Hi. How's it going? Good how are you? I'm very good? Welcome to our first. Ever episode of the family cried cast We are your host. I'm Honecker Bob. Honecker and this is very exciting. Is It on service official episode. Let's go yeah. I think we've been waiting for this for a while now and here. We are going for it. We're doing it. Let's do it all right so today first before we go into the case. We're GONNA talk about if this is your first time tuning in. I do recommend that you go back and listen to the introduction episode just you can get a feel for who we are and what this podcast is about or don't do it. I don't really care not going to tell you how to live your life. What about me you tell me all the time? That's because I'm your boss and my daughter all on the same So today we're going to be focusing on my dad's I really high profile case that involves a reverend named James E win. And when I say reverend you can probably guess where this is going. The case was the state versus the Reverend James E win. It's an awful case To give a brief summary about it he was a pastor of the Mount Pisgah Baptist Temple Church and Asbury Park New Jersey and the reverend was accused of sexually assaulting and molesting girls who were members of his congregation. So you know pretty depressing stuff. I think cases like this when I hear about them. They're just the worst of the worst. And they truly show the evil that exists in this world and how awful it can be an. It's it's really heartbreaking when you hear stories like this and I mean it's heartbreaking to hear it when I listened to true crime podcast about cases like this but I can't even imagine what it's like to be there when it's all going down and taking down the information and so I guess my first question for you is. What's that like to work with children who are involved in cases like this more variety? I have to say that these are the most difficult cases for a prosecutor in my entire tenure as a prosecutor was only timeframe that I was trying these cases that really bothered me that the only cases that I would literally bring home with me. I mean I could go to a murder scene. I could go to an autopsy I could go to interview witnesses and I could leave most of that back at the office but these types of cases because you were dealing many times with very young victims and at the time I was beginning to have a family myself were cases that just stuck with you and I can say that these types of cases for prosecutors are very very tough I can only imagine and I think like for you being my Dad. I mean I always see happy. Go lucky person aside from back when we did something to make you angry but besides that you know you kind of always just had this great persona about you you know. You're a family man and and I mean I didn't see it. You did a really good job of coming home and I didn't see you bringing it when you came to coach my t. ball games or you know. Come to watch any other sporting event. I was involved in. I never really got that. Will you had to you know? Put on a mask so to speak in regards to these type of cases Certainly I didn't want to. You know my friends or family to know the real trauma and emotional drain at these cases take on a prosecutor but they do you ask any prosecutor. They they hate. They take their tall but raising a family. And actually doing the things you talked about. Alleviated the stress. Because I could be with my family and I knew that my kids were involving themselves in different activities and for the most part being happy kids and that was important to me. Well that's lovely so I guess what I want to start with while talking about this case is how did this case come about. What's the origin of it? How did the stories start to be told that there was some some things brewing going on in this church? Well in September of Nineteen eighty-three couple members of the congregation came to the prosecutor's Office and met with detectives to outline certain concerns that they had about the conduct of Reverend Win so those detectives primarily detective Barbara. Colman Lieutenant Reggie Wilmore Got Involved investigation and they first began to interview people but then identified for young girls in the congregation that had accused the reverend win of molesting them in his private office in the church in Asbury Park and so the steps of the investigation began to take the initial information. Go out and find the alleged victims and then corroborate their information through statements and other evidence that could be produced and what abused as girls. Indoor the allegations were that Reverend win over that period of time had actually hired these young girls to clean his office to run errands for him to clean his home and he would pay them five ten fifteen dollars for this work but each one of them without question were consistent in that there would be a pattern to this abuse that he would ask them to sit on his lap that he would kiss their neck and that he would fondle them and touch them and then it progress where he would have them fondle him and touch him and then it progressed to Sexual acts so each one of those type of activities. Each girl was consistent in saying that this grooming of this behavior was what was happening to them. And how old were the girls at the time that they were abused will at the time? They were abused. They ranged in age from nine to fourteen so this was the period of time from nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy nine to nineteen eighty-three. It seemed like it was a pretty tight community this church. What did the community around that? What was their feeling as this was coming forward. Well first of all there was initial shock in the community that Reverend win was arrested and then within the congregation of Mount Pisgah Baptist Church. There was very very serious. Divide of the congregation. I would say almost fifty fifty half of the congregation believed that he could do no wrong. That these girls were not telling the truth that somehow they may have been put up for to tell this story about him and then the other half of the congregation believe these young girls and believed in fact that Reverend win was involved in evil activity by abusing these young woman so after their stories are told was he arrested interview like what was the process there again. Investigation began in September. It continued through October of nineteen eighty three and then on November fourth. Nineteen eighty-three Reverend. Win was arrested. Okay and at that point. The press is starting to pick up on it or there. There's little inklings a little bit before. Then I feel like well. I think that the press became aware that the reverend was under investigation. But as in most cases and in our prosecutor's office obviously we do not speak to the press when matters are under investigation. We declined any comment but once he was arrested then it became public knowledge that a prominent pastor of significant congregation in Asbury Park and also active in civic affairs in the city of Asbury Park was arrested for very serious crimes which was the sexual assault of young parishoners. So obviously the press became very interested in that case so for you because it got so blown up. How do you handle that since it was your your first time? What what did you do to handle the press? Well initially when the press is involved in such a nature like this you have to let them know what's going on because if you don't then they're going to go somewhere else and get somebody else's opinion of what the prosecutor not choose their narrative. They're gonNA play it how they wanNA play it exactly. So it's important that at least you provide a narrative to the process to you know what the case is about what you intend to prove and the fact that in in this case no matter how high in the Community Reverend Win was admired he still is accused of very serious offenses and we will do our very best to hold him accountable because we believed what these young girls were telling us. Let's get into the trial so obviously going in. There's this complete divide between the congregation. What was it like stepping in first day of court the courtroom doors? What what was the? Where were you feeling? Well first of all you have to understand that. This court room was packed. There was not a seat and literally the congregation. That was divided divided themselves in the courtroom half of the congregation who supported Win Sat on one side of the courtroom. The other half who did not support Reverend Win and bleed. These young girls sat on the other side. So as you walked into the courtroom you could feel the tension in the air could almost literally cut it with a knife that everyone in that room was there to see what was going to happen and so not only that but then you had all the camera men and women and press press reportage very welcome and So it was quite. You know a situation where you're not only knew that you had to prepare your case. Do it well. But you also had to understand that every I in that courtroom was watching your every move all right so no pressure. No Pressure I. I mean I hadn't been you know a trial attorney for that long. What's your status like? What are you where are you out in your career? At my career. I became a jury trial prosecutor in the summer of nineteen eighty three. So I probably had you know three four five cases under my belt by the time that reverend was charged and then the trial was in July of Nineteen eighty-four so less than a year. I was a trial attorney in Monmouth County. Prosecutor's Office and night. You know I give credit to you know at the time why trial team leader Linda Kenney for having confidence in me to try this case she was head of the sex crimes unit at the time. I Assistant Paul Shied who was a great mentor During my career as well and the give me the opportunity to try this case and it was not an easy case. I mean the witnesses in this case. Basically your evidence. There wasn't anybody else who saw was going on to wasn't anybody else. There wasn't any physical evidence to corroborate their testimony so truly depended on those young girls and that seems to be common and granted. This is probably my information coming from watching law and order. Svu but is that common in cases like this that the main evidence at your trial testimony. Yes in these types of cases it very much relies on testimony of the victim and fortunately Defense attorneys will make an issue with that to say whether or not testimony in and of itself is proof beyond a reasonable doubt. And that's always has to be confronted by a prosecutor to have these witnesses number one. Tell the truth and number two convince that their testimony that is their testimony before the jury is to be believed. I just think that is so traumatic on so many different levels that these young girls had to go through this how to tell the story probably hundreds of times to whoever they first reported it to to the detectives in the case then to you then to the grand jury and then at court in front of camera. I can't think of a nowhere else I'd rather be as a teenager..

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"first case" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"first case" Discussed on AP News

"First case of the covert nineteen coronavirus the state tell directors as like two cases in California this person has not travelled patient has spent time at the lake Oswego school district at Forest Hills elementary school we're working with the local school officials and the Oregon department of education in the response there are nearly sixty five cases now in the United States health secretary Alex a czar says testing kits are being distributed nationwide the CDC says normal hygiene like hand washing will help reduce the spread closed factories limited travel and supply shortages tanked stocks again the Dow lost another three hundred fifty seven point the worst week on Wall Street since October two thousand eight ended with more declines for the Dow Jones industrial average and the S. and P. five hundred the Dow gave up another three hundred fifty seven points in one week the Dow lost three thousand five hundred eighty three points it was part of a global selloff sparked by worries about corona virus White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow tried again to calm jittery investors people showed up not overreact in the final fifteen minutes of trading there was a rally of sorts after the federal reserve said it stands ready to help the economy if needed I might cross yeah president trump took a campaign swing to South Carolina on the eve of the democratic primary there we're building great futures the radical left Democrats in Washington are trying to burn it all down next week brings super Tuesday authorities are investigating whether deputies in Los Angeles might have shared graphic photos of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant his daughter and seven others this is APNews prince Harry and Bon Jovi have team more news right after this thank you for listening to the AP radio network did.

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"first case" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"first case" Discussed on WTVN

"Oregon the first case in that state and another in Washington state the CDC telling Americans to practice safe hygiene like washing your hands you're listening to ABC news two more deaths in Cuyahoga county from flu related illnesses health department says this week's victims were a seventy nine year old Lakewood woman and a thirty three year old woman from east Cleveland and brings the total number of flu deaths in Cuyahoga county this year to sixteen last week a hundred three people were in the hospital somewhere across the county with the flu I'm Tom Moore a couple from Wayne township facing charges after their five week old baby suffered a fractured skull and broken leg this week twenty four year old and your brown at thirty four year old chastity Cottrell have each been charged with child endangerment the two brother child to Cincinnati children's hospital on Tuesday evening where doctors determined the injuries were not the result of an accident the Clermont county sheriff's office was contacted by children's hospital social service and the interview Browning control and search their home Wednesday the next day brown contacted detectives of many that he had dropped the five week old child well being assaulted by could travel in a domestic dispute on Friday control also confessed I'm Sean Gallagher a dedication ceremony was held Friday for the new mental health facility at nationwide children's hospital in Columbus the big lots behavioral health pavilion officially opens March tenth all rooms the new facility will have a balcony or porch so staff can take children outside until we does the plan have all dispatch services in one location is moving forward a board of directors meeting yesterday went over proposed bylaws they'll have to hire an executive director and work with all.

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"first case" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"first case" Discussed on KOMO

"The US the first case right here in Washington rain in forty seven downtown at six o'clock from ABC news I'm Terry Alden or the first full day of president trump's Senate impeachment trial is stretching well into the evening members debating amendments to the rules minority leader Chuck Schumer introducing the Forrester Chief Justice I send an amendment to the desk to issue a subpoena to John Michael Mick Mulvaney and they have already been three amendments which a failed along party lines including one over documents regarding the complaint that's at the center of the impeachment inquiry the president's phone call to his counterpart you Kramer try to complete your manager Adam Schiff rejecting the president's legal argument there's nothing wrong because Ukraine eventually got the military aid Mr trump withheld yes they got the money after the president got caught the president's lead attorney pads the baloney adoring all other house seven saying just look at the phone call notes released the president has done absolutely nothing wrong the Senate opening arguments set for Wednesday Andy field ABC news Capitol Hill two more US airports will screen passengers arriving from China for a potentially deadly deadly new strain of coronavirus trying to tamp down concerns about the spread of coronavirus in the U. S. commissioner of the Chicago department of public health doctor Allison already says domestic air travelers won't notice any changes it will only be travelers arriving from Wuhan China will be checked on arrival for symptoms like cough and fever we're not drawing blood at the airport we're not getting into big long conversations about the details of their travel if the passengers viewed by health officials to have symptoms they will be brought to a hospital Ribeiro ABC news Chicago worries about what that help we could do to one of the world's biggest economy sent stocks tumbling worldwide the Dow fell more than a hundred fifty points to inmates were beaten to death at an understaffed prison in Mississippi that's been the site of other fatal violence in recent weeks the newest members of the baseball hall of fame Derek Jeter and Larry Walker you're listening to ABC news stay informed the calm evening news windy and rainy in downtown Seattle current temperature forty six degrees komo news time six oh two I'm Lisa Jaffe with Rick downsizing here the top stories from the como twenty four seven news center a shooting at Westlake center this afternoon these one man in critical condition and police searching for the gunmen more from come most Jeff poach a lot it happened at around three forty five would gunshots were heard inside the mall officers got here very quickly we did find a victim is the entrance next to the Wells Fargo sort of in the back there well detective mark Jamison the victim was seen inside an ambulance with medics performing CPR before he was rushed to harbor view the suspect is described as a black male likely in his twenties wearing all dark clothing and last seen running from the scene at Westlake center Jeff postal a come on do smelling announcing its quarterly earnings next week come was Charlie harder tells.

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"first case" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"first case" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Do the proud and in one case the deported thirty eight year old Juan Segovia Benitez as both a combat veteran and a convicted felon the former marine was brought to the U. S. from El Salvador age three was sent back there this week after a year in ice custody his attorney Roy petty says they were supposed to hold him for five days while his background was reviewed but instead they released him on Thursday he says I just kept his deportation a secret and now fears for his client's life he says el Salvadorian gangs often kidnapping torture former U. S. service members and hold them for ransom he said he had petitioned California governor Gavin Newsom to pardon Benitez prior to his deportation Newsome's office has yet to respond Karen McCue fox news Washington is still trying to figure out what is now being referred to as the but dial heard around the world actually came last month when the reporter was in a five year old's birthday party the call went to voicemail and Giuliani could be heard disparaging the bidens claiming again the former vice president use the power of his office for personal gain and try to stop the investigation of Ukrainian gas company because his son hunter was on the board sending guiliani and the president have pushed Ukraine to investigate fox is Jackie Heinrich the recording recorded by an NBC reporter of the president's attorney Rudy Giuliani Democrats in South Carolina one making news for refusing to speak California senator Kamel Harris for such was boycotting the event because an organization hosting it gave an award to president trump I said I would not come because I just couldn't couldn't believe that Donald Trump would be given an award as it relates to criminal justice reform sound courtesy of MSNBC Harris speaking at the historic little black college Benedict college in Columbia South Carolina three hundred fifty thousand.

"first case" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:00 min | 3 years ago

"first case" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Including one case from the Saint Thomas student, Saint Thomas university in Saint Paul who the who the police claim had fallen off a rather large embankment and rolled down into the Mississippi said that they had not done their proper due diligence and even apologized to the family of one of the victims and said, clearly he was the victim of a homicide, but these were not admissions fast in and as you point out in your article in the Daily Beast, most still an overwhelming number of cases, the police are unwilling to say that these victims, though, they all share a similar profile are are the victims of a homicide. Well, I know it's exactly I mean, no one wants to no one wants to it people. You have mentioned, and I even distant coincidentally, I reached out after having heard the the FBI kinda rebuffed the whole thing prima facie just kind of at the beginning just says or something to this. I contacted a guy who had been on recently on coast to coast. And this is timing us on the show a lot more regularly. And I I asked him as a favor whether he would look at this case and his response. He was a profiler and he'd written a book, and he did it reluctantly, but as a favor, and then I did a follow up call with him. And I swear to you Nikki he was almost mad at me. I will always remember that feeling of like he was annoyed that I had brought this to him. And he said there's nothing to this. I don't know why you're talking about this. This is you know, people are looking they're seeing ships and clouds, there's nothing here. And he wouldn't even go on the air or to have a conversation. I don't want anything to do with this case. This is dumb. And that was it. He wouldn't do. It wouldn't go any further. I said if they like the case that got having Gannon on this. He was a missing persons detective in New York City that assigned to this missing college student Patrick McNeill who was last seen leaving a bar ninety ninety street or something. And but they had first of all they had witnesses who saw these people inching along in a car following him as he stumbled out of there and walk in any turn left on second in the car. Followed them second supposedly, he yeah. He drunkenly went to P and the river while he walked all up and down there. You can't even get to the river very easily. That's consulted January. Why are you going to go all the way, right? Ducked in an alley. There was I mean, I'm a guy there's twenty places to P long before you go to a river. If you're not working. In the winter winter, it's not July. This is study at that hour of the night. It's not even really a very private act. You know in a college town, you might even be having to wait in line in an alley. And that's where is just as you say. But yet, what do you think the FBI has been so reluctant to use its resources to coordinate? These disparate police departments around the country into a more fulsome investigation. I'll because ever since nine eleven while they care about is terrorism. That is that is the that is the bulk of what they do and that's their priority. And they have to be invited into these cases. That's another reason, and they you know, Ron doesn't like to contradict other law enforcement that's offer heaven, and those guys are running up against these are these are smaller, whatever police department, it is non wants to admit they might have a serial killings in their midst, nor do they want to put the resources into the money in a time into finding. He's doing this. It's easier to talk them up his drownings. And if you think about it as sort of a devil's, advocate what better way to disguise the murder than a drowning. As I was talking to somebody drowning experts that have been involved with the case, you know, the first whatever they find a body in a body water. First conclusion is oh they drowned. Preserve the scene. They don't, you know, try to do anything. They just you know, they drowned. And there's so many weird things stop. He's drownings. I mean, the one kid was found standing straight up in the water. Okay. I don't know how that happened. Another Ted Joshua now. I mean, he called his friends saying he was scared and being pursued by people he didn't know, and then he was found dead. There's the survivor you remember him calling for me the survivor the one who was out with his friends drinking at one o'clock in the morning. And the next thing, you know, it's five thirty in the morning. He's swimming in the middle of the river. And doesn't know how in the hell he got. There doesn't remember the last four hours. So we took himself to an emergency room and got treated, but yeah, he's one of the survivors of these guys. You know, this is we're talking with Nikki Egan. She was great. Piece yesterday in the Daily Beast, and you can link up to it through coast to coast AM dot com. Do you still right for people occasionally, by the way? No, I left there a couple of years ago. And I just I I just want a book that's coming out. And now we're going to talk about the Cosby book. That's what I've been doing mostly for the last year. But I still like the freelance stories that I hear. Of care about. So I had an opportunity to write about this again. I pitched it to the east. I have a friend Casey Baker who writes for people sometimes and. Casey. Okay. Good. Hi, if you talk to her. So this is where enter dead who's a super nice guy. So the this is this is where the smiley face story kind of lives though, is in between, and I not elevating myself to your position, but kind of inbetween people like us and the podcast and other people who can end the callers and everybody who continues to be interested in trying to find Justice for these young men who seemingly suspected something that was going on that night, in many cases, not just one were telling people that they felt like they were being followed or that they were a radical in their behavior that night, which none of their friends could account for why they were acting that way. And there's and and and this idea of of vans that were appearing and townspeople saw. I mean, this these are consistent characteristics in these testimonies that it that someplace that could collate empirical information like the FBI is unwilling to do. And so it just leaves it up to the people to keep bringing it up hoping that somebody will take interest and be able to work between all of these police departments. Although that doesn't seem like, well, let me ask you. What was the response? You got to the article from yesterday. Oh, someone immediately this snotty writer that's been immediately wrote an article saying that have been debunked. Why are you writing about it? Twenty four years old and did second Google search excluded that? But I've gotten a lot of from my journalists friends who know me and who experience like, I am they're the ones who have covered some of these cases, they know how crazy some of these cases are that that it that it just doesn't add up..

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