35 Burst results for "Forty Six Years"
The Vampire of Dsseldorf Peter Krten
"As Dusk, fell on February eighth, nineteen, twenty, nine, forty, six, year, old Peter Curtain prowled the bustling boulevards of Dusseldorf searching for his next victim. He stopped outside Saint Vincent's Church, and leaned against the stone wall he watched as Rosa. Olica a young girl of about eight years old sauntered towards him Peter Shot Rosa of friendly smile and asked where she was headed unfortunately. Roseau was unaware that it's often best to stay away from strangers and freely told him her address. Peter. Extended his hand and offered to take the eight year old home as soon as they were alone on a deserted street Peter Seized Rosa by the throat and strangled her aroused by. Her Death Peter Sexually. Assaulted her body however like so many times before sexual abuse was not enough to satisfy him for that. He needed see read Peter pulled his trustee pair of scissors from his coat pocket and repeatedly stabbed Rosa in the chest. He would later claim that only when he saw the gushing blood, did he finally reach sexual satisfaction Peter Stared down at Rosa's lifeless body and noticed that a small wound had formed on Rosa's temple where she hit the ground and it was starting to bleed at the site of the blood Peter was seized by a sinister craving. He pressed his lips around the wound and sucked the blood from Rosa's skull. Peter derived a pleasurable sensation from the act and like when he first killed a sheep as a teenager, it would change his life forever. Vanessa. Is going to take over unless psychology here and throughout the episode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist, but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks Greg Peters Consistent Sexual Sadism can be considered a pair of Philip Disorder. This is an abnormal sexual desire that causes harm to others according to the DSM five. They're eight classifications of para phileas and parasitic disorders. Prior to drinking Rosa's blood Peter fell firmly into the category of someone suffering from a sexual sadism para. Philip Disorder. Meaning that he derived sexual pleasure from hurting others but now Peter Succumb to an uncategorized para phillix disorder known as he Motta Linea or the sexual stimulation from blood. This is sometimes referred to as clinical vampirism or R-enfield Syndrome after the character. From. The Novel Dracula. Of course, Peter would never know the name of his disorder. He only knew his taste for blood was more literal than ever before he also suspected that the graphic nature of his crimes would provoke a series police investigation so he needed to tread carefully. Peter decided the best course of action would be to establish an alibi. So while his wife Ow Gustav. Was Out of the House he returned home to inspect his clothes for bloodstains and clean his scissors. Once he was presentable and weapon free he took himself to the movies on his walk home from the Cinema Peter. Thought. It might be a good idea to burn Rosa's body. Not only would this destroy any lingering evidence it would also increase the grisly nature of the crime that night Peter filled an empty beer bottle with the petroleum from one of his lamps then headed back to where he left Rosa but as Peter ventured toward Rosas body, he realized there were too many witnesses to set a fire on detective he hit. The bottle behind a nearby sign and decided to come back later early, the next morning Peter told his wife he was headed to the bathroom, but instead a snuck out the front door of their building he sprinted to the hidden petroleum, grabbed the bottle and made his way over to the hedges where he'd left Rosa's body Peter Poured the petroleum all over. The girl then dropped a lit match onto the corpse as soon as the flames ignited Peter made himself scares within minutes. He was home and crawled back into bed with his wife who was none the wiser a few hours later, construction workers discovered Rosa's charred body but the fire hadn't and Gulf the girl as Peter had hoped only her clothing and. A little bit of her hair had been burned. So she was easily
Under Your Feet
"You may remember Charles Wilson Peel as the man featured in episode thirty four all about museums in Philadelphia's independence hall above the very room where the declaration of Independence was signed. He opened a museum to display a whole bunch of unusual things. There were mammoth skeletons, ancient artifacts, a wily and well traveled little prairie dog and a wall full of portraits of very important people. He painted those VIP portraits himself appeal among everything else was a remarkable artist and the paintings that he made of the many people who lived in the late seventeen hundreds are some of the best of the time period. We should remember that in the seventeen hundreds there was no television or computers there weren't even photographs. So the average person would probably never actually catch a glimpse of someone famous like George Washington or Ben Franklin and person. which meant that they might not know what they really looked like. Isn't that funny thing to consider if you were alive at the time and wondered what a person look like looking at a portrait was just about the only way to see a famous face. So, curious people were happy to pay Peale's museum admission to see paintings of these very important people and finally put faces with the names they had heard about all the time, the old animal parts and the little prairie dog that peel had on display. Just a nice bonus. Now Peel was just one man and he couldn't paint everyone. Appeal portrait was typically an honor reserved for only the most notable people, presidents, founding fathers, famous personalities. You had to do something pretty special to get appeal portrait. And here's another thing to keep in mind. This was the seventeen hundreds in America and the early eighteen hundreds. So all of the faces that tended to fit those descriptions at that time were white faces. All except for one. On the wall that peel filled from floor to ceiling portrait's in his museum, one painting certainly stuck out to any visitor. It was the face of a black man and he was very old. And the dark skin on his narrow face was accented by white tufts of beard hair in the painting. He's wearing a knit cap on his head. Mike one you'll probably be getting out soon with the rest of your winter clothes. If you haven't already the old man's eyes looked bright and strong and his expression was one of satisfaction. It's an incredible face to look at and many people have wondered who was this man in a way the portrait happened by accident. In eighteen nineteen peel had traveled from his home in Baltimore to Washington DC to paint James Monroe the fifth president of the United States. while. They're peels. Curiosity was piqued when he heard about a free black man who is a practicing Muslim and who not only owned a home in nearby. Georgetown but was a successful business man who had helped finance the bank. This was remarkable and because this was forty six years before the civil war and the end of slavery, it was very unusual. This man was called Yaro Mahmoud. And people said he was one hundred and forty years old. That part was fake. He was probably around eighty at the time but everything else was true. Peel had to make a special trip across the Potomac River to meet Yaro talk with him about his life and have him sit for a very unusual portrait. Painting portraits takes a lot of time as you might imagine, which means there's plenty of time to talk, and that's what Yaro did. The little that we know about him today is mostly because Peel wrote much of it down. It's a pretty amazing story and one that challenges our ideas of the people who were living and thriving in. America at the time. In the year. Seventeen. Fifteen euro was only fourteen when he was captured and taken from his home in West Africa he like millions of other men, women and children was victim of the slave trade. People were kidnapped from their lands, take into another and forced into Labor. Euros people were known as the Fulani and it is believed that his family were wealthy Muslim leaders in this community. Historians think this because Yaro knew how to read and write both in the Fulani language as well as Arabic. Later in his life he learned to read and write a bit of English as well. Making him literate in three languages. That's a feet for anyone at the time but especially unusual for someone who would live much of his life and slavery. Most. Enslaved people would be kept from learning to read and write at all. But for euro, it helped him stand out. After the terrible journey on a slave ship across the Atlantic Ocean Yaro landed in Maryland where a man named Bell bought him directly off the boat. Everything and everyone Yaro new was gone never to be seen again, the man who legally purchased him was a wealthy farmer who owned several properties that depended on the work of enslaved people, farms, watermills, things like that pretty quickly though bell figured out that Yaro was more well suited for work other than hard plantation labor luckily, for Yaro, his education lead to another old, he became what is known as a body servant. In this role young Yaro traveled with bell everywhere he went. When he met with other farmers, Yaro was there. He met the people he would sell his grain too Yarra was there. When he met with powerful politicians, Yaro was also there. And nearly every one of those people would remember meeting Euro. Mahmoud. How could you not? He was obviously incredibly talented and smart, but also by being in the room when business was happening. Yaro was able to learn how to make it happen himself.
Tensions simmer over Northern Cyprus' plan to reopen Varosha
"In nineteen seventy, four intervention by Turkish military forces after Greek inspired coup in Cyprus the famous Borussia Resort region was shut down over one hundred hotels with a bed capacity of ten thousand has been empty. No forty six years United Nations Security Council resolution states that the ghost. Count Ghost town. Can only be resettled by its original inhabitants. But now the Turkish. Separate Prime Minister has announced that the beaches there will open today causing much consternation from Cyprus and Greece one, hundred Lucinda Smith. The eastern will correspondent for the Times joins me now Hannah. Thanks thanks for coming on. Can you remind us of the events leading up to the closing of the region? Show well, of course, Cyprus in Nineteen, seventy, four, a war broke out but really the tensions on the been going on for more than a decade already between the two communities. The Greek speaking community on the Turkish speaking community. Now, in nineteen seventy four, what happened was that backed by Greece the Greek Cypriots tend to do. In response to that the Turkish army INVADED IN THE NORTH And progress down to the South and actually the line that they take. Shami was planning to progress to stops just north of Rocha. Rocha shouldn't have been part of the part of the territory take. Mohtashami. But they did in fact, take it. Well, it didn't do was opening up again to the public. They kept originally kind of bargaining chip hyping to sort of extract some concessions from the Greek separate side using this kind of faulting chip of Rocha. But she what's happened is that for forty six years, it's remained behind barbed wire, its military zone, the only people who are allowed. That are Turkish military personnel I'm very occasionally U. N. personnel now. On the did kind few images that we've seen coming from. This is really kind of striking quite eerie. Once, very, very lavish resort place where people like Elizabeth Taylor and severe ran went on holiday. Now just completely crumbling to dust. So what are the latest developments? So actually totta are the north separate prime minister announced. August. That the Russia was going to be redeveloped and reopened. Now this is something entirely near this is who come up cyclically disgust every so often. And so in a way. You know again it's you know one of these ideas and they'll never come to fruition. But as you said on Tuesday nights totta made the announcement while he was nine crowd that is going to be open today, not the whole town, just the beachfront But the really significant thing about this is that that was just five days away from the presidential elections in no Cypress scheduled to be held on Sunday Ersan Tatars candidate in those elections and I think the really interesting thing you mentioned that it's this announcements is met with a huge amount of opposition from. A Greek Cypriots and from Greece is also met with quad loss of opposition from Turkey separates as well It says caused the government of North. Cyprus a coalition government collapsed to one junior partner said it was pulling out that coalition and so her fide by this kind of sudden announcement and submit Prank and I think you know lots of people that know Cypress particularly Essen Tatas political opponents thing. But he's really using this as a kind of political stunt to give him the edge in Sunday's elections but I mean it's illegal isn't it? How does Turkey justify it? It. Is Legal Yeah as you said, according to the UN if anyone's going to be resettled in Russia, they have to be the original residents, most of whom were Greek separates. Now thought present factors has recognized the ship of the proper does the commission up. To, look into how the original owners of properties in brochure could be compensated Most of those people wanted some kind of compensation. Some wanted their properties back. But yeah. The fact is you know if any redevelopment of that town is going take place, there's this two major issues in all Cyprus firstly is the town the for forty six years has just been crumbling into the ground. It's GonNa take music. You're going to have to be kind of a demolished and reconstructed which might work, and secondly that is an she is going to cost Cyprus huge amounts of money if they want to do this in the kind of legal and proper way, and let's not forget the no. Cypress's is a country this only recognized by Ankara, it's pretty widely embargoed eighty four. For its economic survival is much propped up by Ankara saying it's places kind of ready access to to the funds needed to do something like this. So I think the question amongst. People position or is this just an election stunt? Is The beach just going to be open for feed is a member. She was just going to be closing lucky walls before a finally Hannah. How this feed into Turkeys dispute with European Union members Cypress and Greece territorial rights in the eastern Mediterranean. Yes sure I mean I think it's coincidence that is nouncement was made in Ankara. The obviously, no cypresses almost entirely dependent on anchor for it survivor. Essen Tatars. I said is the is kind of anchors favored consciousness elections, but we'll see this is why dispute going on in Syria and Cyprus and in the eastern Mediterranean more broadly which she the tickets very much. The House of it's about the converged UNSEE gas. It's about maritime sovereign say on that those people down over the past few weeks rather still not been resolved and I. Think this is hugely emotional for for separates greek-cypriots particularly, and it's just another thing I. think no guide to sort of. Prolong this arguments this maritime arguments niece.
Trump downplays legacy of slavery and embraces white supremacy
"Donald Trump intensified efforts to appeal to his core base of white voters on Thursday by downplaying the historical legacy of slavery in the United States and blasting efforts to address his stomach racism as divisive. The president's comments marking the two hundred and thirty third anniversary of the signing of the constitution amounted to a defense of white culture and denunciation of Democrats the media and others who he accused of trying to indoctrinate school children and shame their parents whiteness. He also argued that America's founding set in motion the unstoppable chain of events that abolished Slavery Secured Civil Rights defeated Communism and fascism and builds the most fair equal and prosperous nation in human history. But he did not mention the two, hundred, forty, six years of slavery. In America including the eight thousand nine years it was allowed to continue after the colonies declared independence from England nor did the president acknowledged the ongoing fight against racial injustice and police brutality which has prompted months of protests. This year trump has long fanned the nation's culture wars including defending the display of the confederate battle flag and monuments of civil war rebels from protest is seeking their removal. He speech on Thursday suggested his rhetoric could become even more nationalistic. In the final weeks before the election given that he's off to a second term relies largely on energizing culturally conservative white voters trump already cracked down on anti racism training sessions in federal agencies he said on Thursday, he will soon sign an order to establish a commission to promote patriotic education dubbed the seventeen seventy, six commission. The panel he said we'll be tossed with encouraging educators to teach students about the miracle of American history and plan for the Commemoration of the two hundred fiftieth anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of independence. The move is a response to the New, York Times Sixteen nineteen projects, which highlights the long term consequences of slavery and the contributions of Black Americans Nicole? Hannah. Jones won a Pulitzer Prize for a piece in the magazine in response to trump's remarks Hannah Jones said the First Amendment to the constitution opposed government attempts to censor speech and guarantees free press the efforts by the president of the United States to use his palace to censor. Of American journalism by dictating what schools can and cannot teach what American children should and should not learn should be deeply alarming to all Americans who value free speech she said.
Backup driver in fatal Arizona Uber autonomous crash charged
"The Arizona woman who is monitoring a self driving uber car that struck and killed a pedestrian in twenty eighteen has been charged with negligent homicide forty six year old Rafaela Vasquez pleaded not guilty to negligent homicide for being distracted watching TV on her cell phone when she was the backup driver who was supposed to be making sure uber's autonomous vehicle was stopping properly end was to have applied the brakes if the card didn't in twenty eighteen outside of Phoenix forty nine year old Elaine Herzberg was struck and killed when she crossed the street the uber system detected Herzberg five and a half seconds before the crash but failed to determine she was headed into the vehicle's path Arizona's governor then banned further testing of self driving cars slowing down the prospects for autonomous ride hailing services on public roadways I'm Jackie Quinn
Doomsday Parents, Chad And Lori Daybell
"Laurie Velo Bouza forty, six year old mother of three married a fifty one year old father of five Chad Day bill. On November fifth two thousand nineteen in Kauai Hawaii. Chad's wife for close to thirty years. Tammy. Day. Bill have been found dead in her home just two weeks earlier. So obviously, they didn't waste much time remarrying. Stunningly Quick Tammy was in apparently healthy forty, nine year old woman infectious training for a marathon. Just, ten days before her death, which was October ninth two, thousand, Nineteen Tammy reported on facebook and the police that masked man had shouted her with what she thought could be a paint gun what's going on there right? Exactly. The other very interesting aspect is Laurie and Chad had picked out and ordered their wedding bands more than two weeks before Tammy Steph. That's right. Shoe on that one for a while right so October fourth to fifth tammy visited her parents Beck in Springville. Utah, where she's from and then a few days later on October nine, a man ski mask was shooting at her so I guess the police decided it was just some kind of prank because she thought it was a paint gun and they never found the guy, but it's very curious. WHOA, it is and it's really just the tip of the iceberg in this really strange case with all the suspicious occurrences just everything surrounding lawyer and Chad, his mess and very suspicious of course. Yes that's an understatement. So Chad Chad Day Bell is lawry's fifth husband. Laurie was born Laurie Noreen Cox June twenty sixth of Nineteen seventy-three in San Bernardino California and she grew up with two brothers Alex and Adam and two sisters Stacey and summer Alex Cox plays a really large role in this whole story so you need to remember him Adam lives in Kansas and he's worked as a radio personality, but he's pretty much out of the whole seen as far as we know so far. Stacy Cox died in her parents home when she was just twenty two years old and this was from complications of type one diabetes lorries remaining living sister Cox shift. Let was one of lorries, biggest defenders until June of this year, and that's when the remains of her children jj entirely were discovered on the property of Chad debacle. Now, people who knew Lori will have said that she really became a person after she became involved with shed she had been considered an excellent mother. And a good friend to many many years ago back in high school Lori was a happy energetic cheerleader at nineteen years of age. She married her high school sweetheart Nelson Jawans. This marriage is over within a year. Then when she was twenty two in Nineteen ninety-five Laurie Mary twenty-three-year-old. William but Sheila, and this marriage was in Travis County Texas. They had a son named Colby in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety six, and they ended up divorcing in nineteen. Ninety eight. So, by the time, she was twenty five years old she'd been married and divorced twice already. See and she has one child, and then in two thousand. One Lori Mary Joseph Ryan Joe Converted to Mormonism, and that was the religion it Laurie had been raised in. He didn't legally adopt coby coby took his last name. and. He and Laurie had a daughter together. That's highly in two, thousand, two and two, thousand, four in August Joe filed for divorce from Laurie. And it was finalized in two thousand five. In two, thousand, six, Joe Ryan filed a complaint with the court stating Lori was not complying with the visitation order. He asked she'd be held in contempt then August two, thousand, seven Joe is attacked by Laura's brother Alex. For. This guy chases show around with stun gun. He tased him twice and he threatened to kill him. Yes. So I'm going to ask probably a stupid question is this because of the divorce or because he took her back to court. I'm thinking it was related to the custody issue because the divorce was already finalized been finalized for over a year. But you know she was also looking at some trouble because she was in contempt of court. She wasn't bringing tighly for her visits and she was keeping tidily away from him. So, Alex Laura's brother was very protective of her and actually seemed obsessed at the time with killing Joe. Ryan the incident happened when Joe was leaving a supervised visit with his daughter Kylie and the attack ended when an eyewitness showed up. So Alex, pled guilty to aggravated assault resulting in serious bodily injury and ended up serving ninety days in jail, and this was in Austin Texas. But the custody battle between Joe and Laurie over tighly really got very dark at one point Laurie head to install cameras in the children's rooms and in the living room for the court to see what was going on in her house. But no abuse apparently was found from that camera footage but just so you know this was a really nasty custody situation. You're S, and then we have Joe Dying in April of two thousand, eighteen still young man. This was determined to be a heart attack they did not topsy, but then he his remains were cremated. This whole time has custody battle with over Retali- had continued to be ongoing, right? I. Believe he was fifty nine but he was pretty healthy and there were some strange things about his autopsy as well. Roy Yeah now the court documents say that Joe Ryan accused Laurie of parental alienation alleging that he had not seen his daughter for more than a year at one point. And he also referred to a court appointed psychologist who had interviewed Lori. And according to court paperwork the psychologist David, our pool
House Work with Peter Tucker
"Welcome to Ati. House. I'm Sean and Ardennes upon some people to help answer your. Questions, and this is a great question. I wonder who has worked at the opera. House for the longest time. Out Sydney Opera, House has been open for more than forty six years. I wonder if anyone's workday at that long. which is still enjoy working somewhere after all that taught. Well, let's go and make today's guest and ask them. Currently employed at the Sydney, Opera House on the building operations branch as. or I paid someone who's running with this question. WHO's worked at the Opera House for the longest time the if he gets paid getting close near forty he. Started here in March nineteen seventy-one as as library. So. You worked longer than the upper house was open because he helped to build it originally started in the drama theatre. Just drilling holes and that was surprisingly because what else drill Many holes. After a year later when they moved over scheduling and the White House, the holes where the Jays get folded into what an amazing feeling it must be the look at the theater now and know that you helped build it. Did you do any other jobs on the construction side I moved to the top of the console? As. A foil watch office because of work of welding up able new frames and there's not as far system so they had to put up. And that assisted me in nineteen, seventy, three to commencing September. For the Upper House I'll stop is the first volume for visit. The? Very Fist Watt. What's it like being? In a portfolio, I'd spend you. So all the horror is coming on. So strain oprah the belly. Or one of us. Special Effects. Candles flesh POPs sniping onstage and as the far off I have to approve it and that was all new to me. They come into the entertainment industry. So when your fun and in a theater you job is to make sure that any candles. Or fires I use safely still while you keeping everyone safe, it must be great to hear over music and see all the plays and dads and operas. Sales backstage ahead candles on the stage. The with the opera and John Sutherland. Was the principle singer and they'll a another singer on near and usually when I'm backstage that really listened to much of the music, just watch the candles and and they're singing away then. This mile sing singing all. Wait listen to this so it went. went the on the the front of the stage they moved around even recognize the singer. So, back to the staging and his. Body. How easy would sing it out of the shine John Sutherland Got Sydney audience said, he'll be in rousing the box office which happened, but I'll will sight. After listening to singing a Chinese views on opera. Fantastic with John, Sutherland and Luchino, have a Rodney in the same show. That make anybody. A fan of opera art paid off. Last question. What is your favorite thing about the Sydney Opera House the? Upper House. Is that everyday something different this here you come to work you don't expect there's a different show there's a live event but it's just the outlook of the place doesn't away you go out saw you see the ocean, you see all the theories going past all the boats and the activity that happens here it's it never changes especially on you walk around the western side of the which is Harvey saw the bill and you say the city of Sydney showing of the water is beautiful. Well they have pay the talker worked to the opera. House for forty nine years, which is longer than the buildings even hyphen for how amazing it must feel to have helped build one of the world's greatest buildings and still be working that day.
Adult film star Ron Jeremy charged with rape, sexual assault
"The an late adult night TV film host star is has apologizing been charged with for rape doing and impressions sexual assault in black face prosecutors in Los Jimmy Angeles Kimmel says said he Ron is Jeremy sorry on has been two charged counts with raping one three for doing women blackface and impressions sexually of assaulting NBA star a fourth Karl Malone the charges and other black allege celebrities that Jeremy and rate for the delaying twenty five in addressing year old woman the subject at a west Hollywood in a statement home in may Kimmel twenty becomes fourteen the latest entertainer that he sexually to assaulted face a reckoning a thirty three over year the old use woman of and blackface a forty six year even old as woman the nation separate becomes more incident sensitive at a over west issues Hollywood like bar police in twenty brutality seventeen and overall and that racism he raped the thirty Kimmel says year his old delay woman in apologizing at the same bar came last because July he had come under fire at a court appearance by fox Jeremy news did host not Sean enter Hannity a plea and his Kimmel bail says he meanwhile didn't want to hand is set a victory at six to point right six wing million foes dollars who have an objected arraignment to is set his for criticism Friday of I'm social Oscar wells injustice Gabriel and other issues I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Adult film star Ron Jeremy charged with rape, sexual assault
"An adult film star has been charged with rape and sexual assault prosecutors in Los Angeles said Ron Jeremy has been charged with raping three women and sexually assaulting a fourth the charges allege that Jeremy rate the twenty five year old woman at a west Hollywood home in may twenty fourteen that he sexually assaulted a thirty three year old woman and a forty six year old woman separate incident at a west Hollywood bar in twenty seventeen and that he raped the thirty year old woman at the same bar last July at a court appearance Jeremy did not enter a plea his bail meanwhile is set at six point six million dollars an arraignment is set for Friday I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Philadelphia man accused of four murders; cops seek links among cases
"The Philadelphia man's been charged with four murders but authorities believe he was a hit man who could be responsible for many more killings of crime and justice reporter he would lose Kristin Joe Hanson has the story law enforcement sources say in just under eight months Stephen Williams killed all four men for thousands of dollars each ambushing them in daylight the first they say is William Crawford was getting out of his car to visit his sister and Ron Hurst early one September morning in twenty eighteen when he was shot multiple times and killed sources say it was at the hands of twenty five year old Williams in February of twenty nineteen thirty nine year old Jermaine Simmons was sitting in his car in front of his home in west oak lane around five PM when he was gunned down just a month later thirty one year old Richard Isaac was killed while sitting on a porch in Mount Airy just before four PM he was shot multiple times and Leslie Carroll a forty six year old man was shot while sitting in his son's car near Girard college after another car came up next to him a passenger inside shooting at Carrollton multiple times and sources say it was Williams police are still trying to figure out if the men are linked Williams is now charged with four counts of murder weapons offenses conspiracy and tampering with evidence officials believe there were others involved and they continue to investigate
One of four Minneapolis police charged over Floyd's death freed on bail
"One of the former Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd is out of jail Thomas lane posted bail and was released from custody he's charged with aiding in the death of Floyd who died after another officer kneeled on his neck on Memorial Day that officer is facing murder charges the forty six year old's death has sparked a wave of protests against police brutality across the
Rev. Al Sharpton delivers powerful eulogy at George Floyd's Houston funeral
"Well George Floyd was laid to rest in Houston yesterday and speaking of the service the rubber now Sharpton says the systemic racism needs to be beaten in America adding it took a specific kind of person depresses me again someone's neck for almost nine minutes under the law is open and people know they will go to jail big old keep doing it because by wickedness in high places Houston congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee compared the forty six year old's death to Jesus being up on the cross saying he was sent by god to make good out of evil Floyd's knees called Lloyd's killing a hate crime and said she wouldn't let his death be in
Mourners pack Houston church for George Floyd's funeral
"Private funeral for George Floyd is over but his family vows he will never be forgotten who's who of Houston politicians and celebrities the found the priest church in honor of the forty six year old father whose death by a Minneapolis police sparked weeks of protests across the nation Mr Turner we will now be able to find a great news radio seven forty KTRE Floyd was buried next to his his mother mother at at the the Houston Houston memorial memorial gardens gardens and and pair pair land land
"forty six years" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The forty six year old who died at the hands of Minneapolis police officers two weeks ago a body was displayed during the service by presumptive democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden who had this message for Floyd's six year old daughter you know you have a lot of questions no child should have to ask questions too many black children had asked for generations why CBS is down your back is is there in Texas instead of says Floyd's casket will be carried in a horse drawn carriage after the service like his funeral is private his final resting place will be next to his mother who we cried out for in his final moments president trump is siding with police over protesters by advancing an unfounded conspiracy theory about a seventy five year old protester in New York who was pushed down by officers he's tweeting without evidence that the confrontation last week may have that is set up its lead governor Andrew Cuomo to respond this way what do you think it was it was staged you think the blood coming out of his head was staged is that what you're saying you saw his head hit the pavement you see broad on the pavement to buffalo police officers have been charged with assault for the incident and have pleaded not guilty its primary day in both West Virginia and Georgia long lines formed at some polling places in Georgia as the state holds twice delayed primary elections amid challenges created by the coronavirus one state lawmaker says there's a complete meltdown in the Atlanta area W. G. C. L. T. V.'s Karyn Greer connect county reporting some of the precincts having machine problems no paper into pranks in Atlanta we're hearing at some problems also with the machine saying that people have already voted when they walk up to the touch screen CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez says the coronavirus pandemic is forcing some major retailers to close even more stores Victoria's secret Bloomberg says business lost during a pandemic could force as many as twenty five thousand U. S. stores to close permanently this year most of them in malls include Victoria's secret J. C. Penney here one imports that would shatter at last year's record of.
June 9 named 'George Floyd Day' in Harris County, Houston
"Leader had Dogo declaring tomorrow George Floyd day in Harris County that's when the forty six year old father will be buried here in the Houston area in the same city where he grew up now on to the funeral will be a private service after the public viewing today one sixty three hundred mourners spent hours in line to pay their respects and hear from Floyd's family one artist made the drive from Dallas on Capitol Hill house and Senate Democrats kicked off their push for new police reform a lot of things that went on with Mister Floyd passing away in India most of these and that's the reason why I came down in the road for hours just to be a part of this moment which is impeccable I'm speechless the number of people here former vice president Joe Biden and Texas governor Greg Abbott also were at the public viewing today of stronger and more inclusive that's Minneapolis plans to rebuild in the wake of their own police officers putting ni on Jo on Floyd's neck the mayor revealing two new groups to help the city recover from violent protests one of the coalition to support businesses the other will provide feedback from black community members well makers in Washington are taking are talking up police reform in the wake of Floyd's death fox news John Roberts has more on Capitol Hill house and Senate Democrats kicked off their push for new police reform legislation by observing eight minutes and forty six seconds of silence among the items proposed in the justice in policing act changing the statute to prosecute misconduct from willfulness to recklessness created national police misconduct registry and no knock warrants in drug cases create independent investigation process is into misconduct and banned show colds president trump believes the best way to address the problem is to take the steps necessary to build trust between police forces and the communities they serve and it also appears that Republicans may have their own plan for police reform and they just might unveil it later this week that's what the hell is reporting hours after Democrat shared build their bill one of the to its only two week anniversary of George Floyd's death both sides agreed to reforms are needed the dems want their bill to you get their bill to a Senate floor vote by next month KJRH news time eleven oh three looks like the army may be ready to remove the names of Confederate leaders of ten of its basis army secretary says each one is a name for a soldier who holds a significant place in military history but now he's open to a bipartisan discussion the marine corps recently banned the display of Confederate flags U. S. and Russia will begin nuclear talks in two weeks is a decade old treaty is set to expire in February both countries have the option to renew it for another five years China has been invited as well no symptoms may be no spread the World Health Organization says it's rare for a person with a coronavirus to pass it on if they show no signs of being sick however other experts do not agree saying half of all cases are actually spread that way and president trump keeping his promise to not let the pandemic keep him off the stage he plans to restart campaign rallies in two weeks is already set to hold his first in person fundraiser at the end of the week this comes as the re I. as he hires a pollster to check CNN survey showing in fourteen percent behind Joe Biden our next updates eleven thirty breaking information as it happens time now for more of our American stories I'm Erik shop on newsradio seven forty KTRE H. 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years later that his doctors said you need a transplant all these things going through my mind as how do I escape this and there's no there's no exit door this is one of the cards on Monday Oct again into a scenario that we're your mind is is moving at hyper speed and it's it's one of those things it's just absolutely ever present you can't escape it I'm going to sleep at night only after being just totally exhausted I couldn't turn it on in other news is so pressing and I would finally fall asleep after just being totally exhausted and I would go through the experience to we're not only sleep probably maybe a couple hours of time and when I wake up I go through this thing to where I go wow that was it was a it was a terrible train times have a bad dream and then the realization would hit yeah it gets a good punch of it wasn't very you know this is this is your reality and they replace itself a whole bunch of times and then came the port where you've got to be admitted in the hospital to do the testing to see where you fall as a candidate for a transplant because just because you need one is not necessarily guarantee that your going to get so then that's when the waiting game begins hi constantly had my cell phone with with me me everywhere everywhere I I went went any any time time phone phone rang rang you you know know the the first first thing thing you you did did was was flipped flipped over over and and looked looked caller caller ID ID and and their their you you know know your your time time is is running running you're you're you're you're sitting sitting there there wondering wondering if if this this is is the the time time that that you're you're going going to to get get that that call call the the call call came came in in on on a a Sunday Sunday morning actually was at six six thirty in the morning Catherine picked up the phone and kind of looks the caller ID she asked me so who is who is service center for and I came one week because that was the transplant surgeon and to live so I answer the phone and he says this is Invictus dock foreman juelich no we have a liver available but I won't talk to you about it well we have this situation we we have have is is five five and and a a half half month month old old little little girl girl in in Miami Miami Florida Florida there there is is also also in in need need of of a a transplant transplant the the machine machine only only needs a certain part of it and we can have the remainder of it if you like to accept this he said we had we haven't really done this before here but we think we can handle it he said the only problem will be where we face the Liverpool which means where like where they make that separation cut that when we put it back into you we may have some bleeding issues and lots of concern but we but we feel confident we can handle it well hi I was fully and trying to process what he's telling me and transcription of said okay can I can I think about in his response was I'll call you back in four minutes because there's also town consideration when they have these organs vital so want to talk to my brother and my sister her being a nurse practitioner and being a physician and then kind of get their opinion on it so I got them on the phone our brothers in Florida my sister's local and we start discussing it and then we also he got knocked foreman on phone and started kind discussing and talking about it all the different ramifications such as a ma my sister finally said well the good lord's got us to this point hello we just after that's where we need to place our trust in us I would go for and so the decision was made okay pogo for world you know the reality kind of hit real hard at that time there this is this is actually going to happen now you know it's like it's like being on a roller coaster ride you can get off the list better write it to the end well I have worried and been freighted so much through the whole experience in at the time but I got a call how was of the one hundred percent I saw the house going to go down there and I was not going to come back just I did not believe that I was gonna survive the operation and so what that rolled on the plate was that morning hi I honestly thought I was looking at my kids for the last time I'm gonna come back and you're listening to Vicky Billingsley his story of one of the big moments of his life the turning point in his life being told there was a liver available but this operation was gonna be difficulty assume the worst okay as kids what he thought would be for sure in his own mind the last time by the way Vic found comfort in his coworkers at Georgia Pacific who offered him a vacation time organized fundraisers for him and prayed with only come back more of this remarkable story our opportunity America series the code industries continue here on American school have you ever hired somebody to complete a job and they just entirely drops the ball well you don't need to worry 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A conversation about race, privilege and making space
"Watch a dot. Say Nin, hello, and welcome this unreserved on CBC Radio One I'm Rosanna dare child. In October of two thousand and eighteen I moderated, a panel called inside outside at six degrees held at the art gallery of Ontario. It's an event that invites authors, academics, politicians, and big thinkers together to discuss pressing issues. And Right, now there is one issue that has captured the world's attention. The death of George Floyd a forty six year, old, black man and in Minneapolis police officer now charged with second degree murder. His death was witnessed around the world and sparked support for the black lives matter movement with protests from Merika to Australia. We are at a turning point in our history, so we thought it was a perfect time to revisit this conversation. Today on unreserved. We're talking about power, privilege and asking. How willing are we to make meaningful change? Joining me on stage, our Alexis McGill Johnson of the perception institute. Is Your allure author speaker and Internet yeller not to know bed. National Inuit leader and president of new tap read Cana Tommy and Sassy assassin professor of Sociology at Columbia University. Okay so I'm afternoon. We're going to have a conversation around place. Power Privilege, who hasn't who doesn't and perhaps more importantly how we are shifting to create new spaces. I want to start with of course are beautiful panelists here? I want to ask you first of all to tell US share with us. Where you come from because as my elders teach, you cannot know where you're going until you know where you've come from. or at least that's what my mother would say when she sent me to the store. my first question to each of the panelists are what is the place that you come from? Perhaps we'll start with me. Thank you very much I guess I'm still trying to figure that one out. I. I thought I came from Canada. I was the young person and I'm not quite sure if that's the right. Way To think about where I'm from now. Nuts. which is. A region in new one of our four regions northern Labrador and we very recently got self-government, two thousand and five. But I grew up. There I also grew up in the United States I I grew up. Kind of between a lot of different worlds so I, Can i? Also say that I'm a global citizen as well so I am the national leader I am in Okinawa proud indigenous person. But it doesn't. Then, take back any of the other parts of me, that exist as well and I'm I'm comfortable insertive in that space, and I think that is sometimes confusing to the rest of the world that I have not indigenous ancestry as well that my mother is none dishes. That's fine and getting the acceptance from. Canada and North America that I can be indigenous, but I can also have non indigenous parts. That is a part of this power dynamic that I hope that we can discuss this afternoon about assertiveness in. Indigenous. Without the. The qualifiers that indigenous people put on us. And if we don't fit into those myriad of boxes than we somehow lose all of our rights altogether. And we will get into that because that is an interesting place of privilege to. TRY TO KICK doors. Down into so that we're GONNA. Wait to Alexa. So, we're my from. Kind of like to say I'm from a period of time. I was I was born in Nineteen, seventy two, which is important to me as a social identity really. but it's important for me. Because it was, it was halfway I was born kind of right in the middle of a post wave, second wave, feminism, and the Black Power Movement and my parents, both particularly my mother lived at the intersection of both of those movements growing up. She was incredibly active as a woman is. She, she had US marching in in our Shakey's an Afro puffs as as children I'm pretty sure I learned the words to. We shall overcome before I learned the US pledge of allegiance. My choice of professional careers always been trying to to understand interrogate these these. Frameworks power and Privilege Ed. I studied political science. Which I think is a study of power. But have found myself now consistently in these rooms, as one of few one of only, if not the only woman woman of Color, and so I've been this bridge I think kind of connecting. Connecting the dots in a lot of different iterations from a cultural perspective where I've worked with a number of artists and democratic organizations, organizing young people to the current work that we do have perception which is around translating the science of our brains and bodies understand difference in how we connect to each other in those ways.
US food prices see historic jump and are likely to stay high
"And historic jump in grocery store prices thanks to the pandemic just going to the grocery store to pandemics under enough but lately shoppers have seen the cost of meat eggs and even potatoes sore as the coronaviruses disrupted processing plants and distribution networks overall the cost of food bought to eat at home skyrocketed by the most in forty six years analysts say meat prices in particular could remain high in slaughterhouses struggle to keep workers healthy while price spikes for staples such as eggs and flour have eased prices may remain viable for carrots potatoes and other produce sounded singer CBS
Solidarity protests over George Floyd death take place in cities around the States
"Another night of protests around the United States demonstrators and police in New York City where more than two hundred people were arrested was also crowned the gathered outside of the White House on Twitter this morning president trump praised the secret service but also called the demonstrators professionally managed so called protesters who had little to do with the memory of George Floyd those protests taking place even after the arrest of the police officer who put his knee in the George Floyd's next Monday for nearly nine minutes ABC's Alex Perez has more from Minneapolis about other details involving the death of the forty six year old the fourth day of demonstrations come after Derek children the white former Minneapolis police officer at the center of the firestorm was arrested his mug shot released overnight and charged with third degree murder of George Floyd according to prosecutors the defendant had his knee on Mr Floyd's knack for eight minutes and forty six seconds in total two minutes and fifty three seconds of this was after Mr Floyd was non responsive police are trained at this type of restraint with a subject in a prone position is inherently dangerous an attorney for George Floyd families calling for the arrest of the other three officers who were at the scene they've all been
Protests in Minneapolis Over George Floyd Death
"In Minneapolis I mean we we've got hundreds of people on the streets that was last night that's not so bad today but last night could've gotten very ugly all protesting the ban at death of George Floyd a forty six year old guy who died after pleading for a lot of help you know one officer pinned them down with ease needed with a mac and there were three other cops who just hung around and you know had a dumb you know what contest I mean I don't know what they were thinking but you would've thought somebody would have recognized there was a medical emergency going on cops I've I hope policemen have to be trained to that extent to recognize you know some aspects of health and help ME all human biology I I just know how I don't know how it is getting around that getting around this one in terms of you know self defense it was necessary I mean I don't know I don't know that's why I'm really wanting to hear from peace officers on this day and everybody else who has a word to say about it this is you know potentially the next big deal in America at a time where people are frustrated they've been home they're not working forty million Americans now are not working that's ten million more than last week forty million Americans it's
"forty six years" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Forty six year old Christopher Lee price died by lethal injection after telling witnesses that a man is much more than his worst mistake, in prices case that was the brutal stabbing death of a church pastor in nineteen Ninety-one the US supreme court denied a late Thursday request to stop the execution price had tried to challenge. Alabama's execution protocol saying it might cause him pain and suffering. But none was evident as he lost consciousness and died within minutes of the drugs, being administered Jack Callaghan, Fox News. There's still no end in sight to the US, China trade dispute that has seen President Trump would tariffs on billions and Chinese goods, followed by a retaliation from that country. And now something new securing America China is threatening to weaponize, rare earth minerals against the United States in the ongoing trade war. But what happens if they do that to our medicines experts are warning America has become too reliant on? In China for our pharmaceutical drugs. The food and Drug administration estimates at least eighty percent of the active ingredients in our medicines, come from abroad, primarily China. Imagine if China turned off that spigot author of China Rx, Rosemary Gibson says China's goal is to become the world's pharmacy. They'll control our supply, they'll control the quality and price Gibson says another consumer's our nation's military also depends on some China source generic drugs, Brian Yannis, Fox News. On Wall Street, stocks could drop, again the data. The Dow rose forty forty-three. Dow futures are down over two hundred is markets also drop overseas. A one to two percent decline across Europe and Japan overnight in the NBA playoffs. The defending champs lose takes.
"forty six years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Right. Forty six years in counting gimmicky, call eight hundred four four four five seven nine one or visit them online and oh Ida dot com. And we'll go out west, and it's a rainy night out west. Once again seems like they're falling on that pattern on the weekends. But tally -fornia for the time being especially down in San Diego where the reds and the nice win California looks pretty good at least the lower three fourths. This say San Diego, LA San Francisco. Anybody good? However, the showers rumbling across the upper part of Californian head right on over to the badeah. Oregon rainy rainy night up in Oregon specially with all the snowflakes up there around the Portland area. It looks. I guess. Be hanging with them most of their Saturday. Same thing in Washington state. I lot of snowflakes around Seattle they're getting rained on the night. Now, this all this activity is moving eastwards so Montana. You gotta go on on Idaho right now going on. Yep. Club Montana, though is Taylor. You kind of get the pitcher stripped and right now to North Dakota. That's one to say right next door to Montana that will be working its way eastward of the good news is down south everything was pretty good in the mid west. There's on new mex-, Texas looks good Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri. No problems. I'll even Nebraska's getting the chance to dry out. However, once you hit their Indiana Hoosier land in down through old, Kentucky, Tennessee once again, lots of rain and good old alabam got that big storm system pretty much located right there, and it's working its way, eastward.
"forty six years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Radio six eighty WCBS worldwide at wcbMcom folks, you're back with Bob half of Mike Gabel? We're talking about the opioid crisis epidemic. Whatever you wanna call it. I'm loving your questions on Facebook. I'm sorry. If I can't get some all got callers, Anita. Can we go to Bruce? I think Bruce has been holding going for a while. And then we're going to talk to Mike about and I hear you out there. Maybe everybody hasn't hit rock bottom. But what does it take to turn that around and say enough's enough, Bruce are you there? Bruce's not there, can we just take Fred we've got Fred in Essex. Fred are you with us? I am thanks for calling. Fred, you're you're live with Bob after my Kimball. Hi, bob. I I want to say how sorry I am upon your loss. And believe me, you're not the only one I've lost. Family members and very close friends to the same after the second this nation. Thank you. And I want to congratulate your your guests on his many years of of cleanliness. I it's truly a battle every day. Thank you. Yeah. Forty six years is quite remarkable. It is it is it's a hundred and twenty days for me. And let me tell you some graduations. Yeah. It's. Times where you wanna lose your mind? There's times where you wanna find your peace. So you have to make a conscientious decision what it is. Fred, let me ask you let me because we don't have a lot of time. I'm going to cut to the chase. And I don't want to offend you. What was the addiction? What was the drug of choice for you? I'm a recovering alcoholic and just about everything else. For airlines what what worked in what didn't work because Mike was saying we need more treatment facilities. You know? It's not a band-aid on these things. What worked and didn't work for you? What's your perspective on this whole thing? Well, what happened to me is a different situation than most addicts. I got severely ill. I got liberty. You and Mike was very simple. Keep up your lifestyle and kill yourself, slowly or choose to heal yourself and stop and through family members, and and and prayer circles, and and very close friends I was able to make the right decision. And like I said, it's not easy. An addict. To decide what is best for himself or herself as far as what you're going to do with the rest of your life. You're gonna kill yourself slowly, or you're you're you're going to die. There is no other option you're gonna keep going until it takes you to where it is you eventually or willing to go into a lot of kids. That's the great NFL. So sorry because every Monday morning, I drive down eastern avenue in Essex in Dundalk. And I see that Erin I'm sorry methadone clinic and the kids are lined up there at five o'clock in the morning. She's two hundred three hundred people and your children seventeen nineteen years old. They don't even know what's in life is right, right. Right. Fred, listen. Thank you for calling in. I you know, we could talk and stay with us in tune in every Friday nights, we're coming after this. But thank thank you for calling in. I want to ask Mike on a follow up to that. It sounds like to me, Mike, and this is my perception of the whole thing. I I was there for my son. I did everything I could I would have moved mountains for my son part of what I'm going through. Now is did I do enough on the very spiritual guy? My faith means a lot to me. But it sounds like to me Mike, and the people that are chiming in here. The addict really has to make the decision that enough's enough. You nobody can do this for you. Is that a fair statement? It's partial I everyone says you can't get help till you reach rock bottom. But you know, sometimes we can't wait and we do the best. We can okay families. My parents took them broke bail me out of jail for lawyers, and they did the best they could. But addicts go through these crossroads where every once in a while something will happen that they'll say, I'm going to get clean. Maybe they overdose. I came back from Narcan. Maybe they lost job. Maybe they lost the some every once in a while. They reach this moment where they say I'm gonna try to get help. Okay. The problem is if that help isn't available. I mean immediately that window of opportunity for an addict last about five minutes. Okay, until they change their mind. I'll keep using. And so there's lot wiles that families can do to not be enablers and not feed into their attic. There's a lot of things they could do to force them to realize that with the caller said if you don't change gonna die gonna die. And here's how you change. And here's what's available. And that's what saved me. I like I said I went to California because I needed because I knew I'd be dead. If I stayed here in Baltimore. All right, folks. Listen year with Bob half. Mike. What a terrific show, we're going to have Mike back on here. I hope hope Mike he'll come back and change. We're going to take a break. Again. We're gonna come back, and I think will hopefully have a decent block that we can spend on this. If you want to give us a call four ninety two six six eight zero. You're listening to the Bob have shown WCBS. We'll be right back. Are you looking for ways to increase your sales? Motivate your team improve your relationships. Become more effective persuasive and passionate speaker. Now, you're doing the same old things and expecting a different result. Let Bob path and.
"forty six years" Discussed on WRVA
"Forty six year old man wanted in connection with an attempted abduction. In Chesterfield nearly ten days ago has been arrested in Florida. We get details from W RV as Matt dumb line county. Deputies in Florida flag, the car Michael Moore was in as being the one stolen in the mid Lowthian turnpike incident. More I refuse to get out of the carbon eventually surrendered to police went to bring him back here to face robbery, abduction and firearms charges is accused of tying up a woman covering her mouth and stealing her car in the January nineteenth incident. More also wants appeared on America's most wanted and spend time in prison for stabbing his wife and taking their daughter back in the nineties met them line NewsRadio W the driver car involved in the August hit and run crash that left a four year old boy dad and a seven year old in two adults. Seriously injured in August has been indicted on charges of involuntary manslaughter. We get more than you are. As Gary Powell, please quickly began looking for the Dodge Ram pickup truck that had been involved but fled the scene when police found the pickup, truck and had been abandoned. That's when they brought in a canine to track the man who ran from the vehicle police dog lead them to the home of birth though. Hernandez Perez, and that's when police say the twenty eight year old man started lying to them. They ended up arresting Hernandez Perez for the hit and run, but they continued investigating that investigation. Led them to the true driver. They say who has twenty eight year old Jose Gonzales Florez, cops say that after abandoning the pickup truck Gonzales floor ran to his friend's home and Hernandez Perez quickly gave his buddy a ride away from the scene. Gary Powell NewsRadio..
"forty six years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This month marks forty six years since the US supreme court legalized abortion. The landmark case Rovers is Wade now just about two years into his presidency. Donald Trump has appointed to supreme court judges and a number of conservative appellate judges raising concerns among Boertien rights activists about the future of the law. There are currently more than a dozen abortion cases before federal appeals courts. The reality is that since the Trump Pence administration took office, there's been a constant onslaught from the federal level against reproductive rights. Andrea Miller is the president of the National Institute for reproductive health. And she says these restrictions to abortion aren't new. We have had a record number of states that over frankly, the last four and a half decades have been passing law after law after law against abortion. In fact, your listeners might be shocked to know that since nineteen Seventy-three there have been more than. Eleven hundred laws specifically against abortion past at the state level. So you have a record number of states now, and they sort of exacerbated that over the last couple of years that make it more and more difficult if not impossible for many women to access abortion, much less feel that they're they have the right any longer and that clearly is very troubling. Especially given that we have an increasingly hostile federal judiciary that just in the last past two years, including at the supreme court level. The Trump administration has had the opportunity to try to pack the courts against reproductive freedom. But I don't want people to feel completely disheartened because two thousand eighteen was remarkable in two other important ways. The first is that we saw a record number of proactive laws. One hundred proactive laws that were enacted at the state level to protect and expand reproductive rights and access to reproductive health care, including abortion, and the midterm elections were really I believe a turning point. We saw a record number of candidates who ran and won on advancing reproductive freedom, including a very bold and proactive stance on abortion access and voters made this a priority in race after race after race. So we've had a lot of decline in the last couple of years, and yet there is tremendous momentum building across the country. And that is really where I think the future lies. Let's talk a little bit about which states have actually restricted access to abortion. And what those abortion restrictions look like so over the last four and a half decades, the attacks against abortion access have come from every corner. And now we have about half the states if not more considered hostile to reproductive freedom. And what that means that they have multiple restrictions on the books. So if you look in states like Arkansas or South Dakota or North Dakota, if you're women seeking an abortion there, you probably. We have to delay. You have to get state scripted information. You may have to come back to a clinic two if not three times, you may be in a state that has only one clinic, which.
"forty six years" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"A nationwide number that is how you get on the program. Just some of the details here the man this sicko has been charged with the killing of eleven war shoppers at this synagogue in the squirrel hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The shooter was discharged from the hospital happened this morning. He was taken to the federal courthouse in Pittsburgh in downtown. Pittsburgh. He was wheeled in in a wheelchair. He was dressed not in any type of prison clothing. He was dressed in streak. Clones civilian clothes? The monsters name Robert Bowers forty six years old. And he's been smacked with twenty nine criminal counts. On this attack at the synagogue in. Pittsburgh. Which by all accounts. Everything that I've heard and read this is the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in the United States. In our history. We've also been now made aware the Jeff Sessions. The attorney general has directed as prosecutors in Pennsylvania in Pittsburgh to seek the death penalty. So this is going to be a death penalty case. I can't imagine what it must've been like Saturday morning, if the tree of life synagogue. There were three different congregations that were holding services on the Sabbath on Saturday mornings. So three different congregations were utilizing different areas, apparently and all three were affected from what what I've seen here. We have six others. So with the eleven dead, and it was eight men and three women. I mentioned earlier that the ages fifty four to ninety seven. This bastard killed a ninety seven year old woman. Also among the dead two brothers who were developmentally challenged middle aged guys who had volunteered, Don to the synagogue for decades since they were little kids. Everyone loved them. They were full of life and personality, despite the fact that they had some developmental problems. They were a fixture at this synagogue, just awful. So the eleven dead six others were injured including four police officers. Also the stories about the heroics of the Pittsburgh police going in. That's what you do. When you have an active shooter situation, you go in and you try to neutralize and just end the carnage and the killing. So a lot of positive initial words regarding the Pittsburgh police department. White officers black officers, go whip female officers may going in and securing the perimeter and trying to stop this carnage which unfolded over about twenty minutes. Just I get chills just thinking about this. So and. Four officers were injured one of the police officers and one of those worshipers remain in critical condition. So there's a chance I hope not that the death toll will go up, hopefully, they will recover, and they'll be okay. That's obviously our hope. This Bowers monster is. Secured of you know, going into the synagogue, this tree of life synagogue. The words that have been repeated by law enforcement. Are he yelled something to the effect that all these Jews need to die? They're committing genocide to my people. I just want to kill Jews. You know, he had similar words also on social media, and we'll talk about this gab site as well coming up in just a bit. A a profile on this. Well, a Twitter like social media platform that they don't censor those. And you have a lot of the white supremacists. Those that are the alz in the fringes and the wackos that are part of this site called gab, and we'll discuss that coming up in just a bit. I see falls already loaded eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide number eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the president getting some flack for his initial comments on Saturday morning. You know, he is right. The president is right in what he said. But should he have? I think he should have said what he said. But should it have been that early in the commentary? We can discuss that as well. So what did the president say if you missed it? We'll get into that. Coming up also grab your phone calls as we're just getting started brand new week a Monday here on Schnitt back in a minute. Might. Attention.
"forty six years" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"A nationwide number that is how you get on the program. Just some of the details here the man this sicko has been charged with the killing of eleven war supers at this synagogue in the squirrel hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. These shooter was discharged from the hospital happened this morning. He was taken to the federal courthouse in Pittsburgh in downtown. Pittsburgh. He was wheeled in in a wheelchair. He was dressed not in any type of prison clothing. He was dressed in street. Clothes civilian clothes. The monsters name Robert Bowers forty six years old. And he's been smacked with twenty nine criminal counts. On this attack at the synagogue in. Pittsburgh. Which by all accounts. Everything that I've heard and read this is the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in the United States. In our history. We've also been now made aware that Jeff Sessions. The attorney general has directed as prosecutors in Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh to seek the death penalty for this is going to be a death penalty case. I can't imagine what it must've been like Saturday morning, the tree of life synagogue. There were three different congregations that were holding services on the Sabbath Shibat on Saturday mornings. So three different congregations were utilizing different areas, apparently and all three were affected from what what I've seen here. We have six others. So with the eleven dead, and it was eight men and three women. I mentioned earlier that the ages fifty four to ninety seven. This bastard killed a ninety seven year old woman. Also among the dead two brothers who were developmentally challenged middle aged guys who had volunteered and Don to the synagogue for decades since they were little kids. Everyone loved them. They were full of life and personality, despite the fact that they had some developmental problems. They were a fixture at this synagogue, just awful. So the eleven dead six others were injured including four police officers. Also the stories about the heroics of the Pittsburgh police going in. That's what you do. When you have an active shooter situation, you go in and you try to neutralize and just end the carnage and the killing. So a lot of positive initial words regarding the Pittsburgh police department. White officers black officers, go whip female officers going in and securing the perimeter and trying to stop this carnage which unfolded over about twenty minutes. Just get chills just thinking about this. So and. Four officers were injured one of the police officers and one of those worshipers remain in critical condition. So there's a chance I hope not that the death toll will go up, hopefully, they will recover, and they'll be okay. That's obviously our hope. This Bowers monster is. Accused of going into the synagogue, this tree of life synagogue. The words that have been repeated by law enforcement, or he yelled something to the effect that all these Jews need to die. They're committing genocide to my people. I just want to kill Jews. You know, he had similar words also on social media, and we'll talk about this gab site as well coming up in just a bit. A profile on this. Well, a Twitter like social media platform that they don't censor those, and you have a lot of the white supremacists. And those that are the alz in the fringes and the wackos that are part of this site called gab, and we'll discuss that coming up in just a bit..
"forty six years" Discussed on KTOK
"Identified as forty six year old Robert Bowers, reportedly shouted all Jews must die before opening fire evasive twenty nine counts of federal crimes, including hate crimes. The wife of an. Arkansas man shocked in the brick town canal. We'll trying to save another man's life says her husband is suffering cognitive and memory problems. The accident happened September thirtieth when Thirty-one-year-old Brandon Gan van Buren. Arkansas was shocked. We'll trying to rescue Twenty-three-year-old Wesley Sealy of tattle from the canal secretly was fatally electrocuted when he tried to pull himself up by wires from a broken light. Norman police are investigating a single vehicle. Double fatality crash happened Saturday on sixty avenue between highway nine and Lindsey. The cause of the crash is under investigation. Authorities are investigating after a woman's body. And a vehicle were recovered from a lake in Chandler the fishermen found the woman's body yesterday. Authorities say it's possible the vehicle went through a guardrail or fence before landing in lake. The body was set to the state medical examiner's office state corrections director Joe all wants to do something about the growing number of cell phones and state prisons. He says inmates use the phones to arrange for drugs and other contraband. To be brought into prisons all travel to Washington DC recently to talk to the FCC about using available technology to block cell phone transmissions. An autopsy has found that a lot and man who was shot by police officers July third after allegedly charging at the officers with to butcher knives was under the influence of methamphetamine at the time. Forty-one-year-old Millard Clark junior was shot ten times by the two officers who were called who was apartment to investigate a disturbance Clark cut one of the officers multiple times that officer was taken to a hospital and treated..
"forty six years" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The threat forty six year old man was killed and his body is just now being removed from this house and police say this was a search warrant related to the killing of a five year old child a girl and the critical mother was critically injured up at Lynnwood and Plainfield that's near evergreen and Lynnwood. And they say that this search warrant was related to that. But the family members here saying this guy had nothing to do with that at all reporting live Mike Campbell, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty WGN news time nine oh five students are back in class today at FitzGerald high school in Warren following that fatal stabbing in building the other day police say Wednesday morning sixteen year old denying A Gibson was stabbed twice in the chest. Later died at the hospital. Seventeen year old girl is now in custody. The suspect will be arraigned on charges today. One thirty. Thirty in thirty seventh district court, and w w j we'll have live coverage. It watch out. If you've been at this festival in Holly recently, the Oakland County health division says someone who went to the Michigan renaissance festival in hallway has a confirmed case of hepatitis A and was sick. While attending the festival on September. The first the departments leeann Stafford has the following recommendation person had active symptoms diarrhea while they attended the event, and they also use multiple facility we are strongly recommending that those that attended the festival and we're working the festival on September. First and September second to get a hepatitis a vaccine by September fifteenth if they have not been vaccinated if you are unable to get vaccinated by September. Fifteenth health officials say you should be aware of symptoms like abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea and headaches watch out for your breakfast this morning. Bob Evans is recalling almost forty. Seven thousand pounds of pork sausage amid fears that the sausages are contaminated with plastic..
"forty six years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of establishment conservative we'll get to the woman in a minute she is the social conservatives pick he solidly conservative he's written a strong defenses of gun rights but he has a working class background which brings a fresh perspective to the court he drove a cab to pay for college and law school which people really like about him he went to notre dame and georgetown law school which is a would be a fresh perspective on the court and i think that would be a nice pick and he is he's right now number four th on the list if you believe the reporting i he hasn't campaigned for the job he lobbied for the job he doesn't have team hardiman out there other way the other stu which is not necessarily their own doing but he's kind of the outsider in this game and that's a little refreshing and amy coney barrett well she's she's apparently the president's second choice she's forty six years old extremely conservative she got into a tangle with she's only been on the court less than a year she was appointed by president trump six circuit which is kind of an outside circuit for these purposes also not an ivy league or so that's nice i gotta tell you a little tidbit about her which i find very appealing she has seven children five biological children two children adopted from haiti and her youngest biological child has special needs and still she's very impressive career woman putting that aside exceptionally conservative she gone into a tangle with dianne feinstein now rather famously where diane feinstein senator feinstein stein in her confirmation said the dogma seems to live strongly within you i can just hear talk that way but go on but senator feinstein does but this made her darling of social conservatives because the matiz shirt hashtag dogma strongly but this is the dogma does seem to live strongly within her at the same time she insisted in the hearing look a judge should not up put her personal views in her opinions they should be separate she refused to answer though whether or not she believes in the right for women to have an abortion so there are a lot of questions about how she would rule on roe v wade the other judges have all tip toed around that the you know the court is oddly i've always found this fascinating most analysts do the court is oddly catholic catholic seem to becomes too i guess it's all that rigorous thinking all that latin and she is catholic and very much so but she she did say in her confirmation hearing that that should not influence her views at the same time she refused to answer about roe versus wade as they all do as they all do but the the social conservatives are very much behind her very excited about her and she is only forty six years old and president trump has said he wants someone up there who can sit for decades he doesn't want to think about this again at least not with regard to this particular seat okay we're going to take there is a thought i want to say that he might hold her in reserve for one of the women in particular ruth bader ginsburg one of those seats as if there's a female seat and an africanamerican seed and but that that is the suggestion we're going to take a short break we'll be back in a minute with wnyc's jamie floyd and we'll take some of your calls after the break stay with us on the next fresh air the omega principal paul greenberg the award winning author of four fish writes in his new book about the science behind fish oil supplements and how the harvesting of the tiny fish who supply that and other industries is having a ripple effect leading the list healthy and bountiful oceans join us weekdays at two on ninety three point nine fm wnyc support for wnyc comes from hospital for special surgery with multiple locations throughout the tri state area and now offering extended hours at their westchester and connecticut locations more at hss dot edu lincoln center's mostly mozart.
"forty six years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The the the substance of whether or not somebody is on the supreme court and what we're doing here is replacing that swing vote of justice kennedy in the hope is that we get a solid conservative in the mold of thomas alito gorsuch i believe any conybeare to be that but you can't miss on this she has a very thin judicial record and i think she's only forty six years old trump has a very good chance of actually nominating bird supreme court justice in the near future and if you have a second term this no doubt he's gonna end up nominating somebody else and amy conybeare it might be better suited for that particular vacancy after she's developed e record now understand that that record likely will cause the left to go nuts they're doing so already but we can't afford even the remotest prospect in my estimation of having another suitor kennedy someone of that ilk or connor we need a solid custody conservative that's not going to go on flights of fancy in you know think about cosmic issues related to the constitution chuck schumer has already decided to target her as public enemy number one he spent five tweets yesterday in a tweet where we're twitter rampage you don't do twitter basically condemning amy to because of her belief in christianity they're saying she's an activist she is going to be telling people what they can do with their bodies and sonal so forth matter of fact i'll go to david french one of your colleagues sometimes work with the folks at national review david french what a really great piece about this she hurt her biggest problem or her biggest flaws in terms of being a jurist is the fact that she is a faithful christian living christian life very similar to the lives as david french puts of millions upon millions of her fellow american believers in this is something that is intolerable to those on the left because her christian upbringing means she is going to be prolife and thus more likely to side against abortion and that's where we've gotten to this country today i do think however it hurts democrats and progressives who's tend to live in a bubble you kind of take off of the toronto principle they don't realize that a large number of americans live their fades every day and it is technically savvy for the president trump political perspective to nominate someone like a barrett because democrats cannot win that fight you just think of the backlash after feinstein me a statement during her seventh meaning barrett's some circuit confirmation hearing about you know the dogma lives loudly within you and then durbin asked whether or not considered she considers herself a faithful catholic you know that's that's an abomination but the leftist rift drifted so far to the left so far in in terms of irreligious not non religion that i think they're tone deaf to this and if they're going to engage in this battle that's a battle that conservatives and republicans win there's no doubt about that and i think it might even enhance electoral prospects of conservatives especially coming up with the midterm elections that said i think that there are a number of other fine candidates that the president is probably considering and should consider and i don't think there's any downside from amy kuney barrick perspective we need to make sure that that the seat is more important in my estimation then the short term the interim electoral benefits whatever they may be conferred maybe conferred by the nomination of amy kuney burke and let me say again everything i've read about amy kuney barrett indicates that she's going to be spectacular my understanding is that she was either one of the top or it's not the top student at notre dame in terms of gpa in history or something of that nature was extraordinarily but you look at her record everything about who wreck your record is sterling she seems to be someone who most importantly would be a constitutional conservative and when you look at a writing let me let me moment let me jump in for a moment because the time here on the process because you know what's really frustrating to me is whether you're talking about cavenaugh or the talking about barrett or any of the other great candidates here's what's frustrating to me and i heard another constitutional scholar discussing this the other day which is why i wanted to run it by you when did we get to this place where.
"forty six years" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Job own it it that may have been in the same realm of a collection in the eighteen hundreds of nineteen hundreds in this country but today we hope that those who are in possession of these items would think of it as a human being and take all the necessary steps that they would take if it was their loved one if it was somebody that they cared about i really appreciate speaking with this is really important information for people and thank you thanks for having me not on ovid is president of inuit tupper it cannot emmy we reached him in ottawa coco was famous for learning sign language and that was impressive but it was also scientifically significant because coco was gorilla koko diner sleep on tuesday she was forty six years old she has graced the cover of national geographic she has charmed around with the likes of mr rogers betty white and robin williams coco's life among humans was not without controversy her lifelong caretaker penny patterson who taught her how to sign has been criticized for her unorthodox techniques and there were concerns about the welfare of animals in ms patterson's care at the gorilla foundation in california from archives here is former as it happens host michael and right speaking with penny patterson about coco's love life back in nineteen ninetyone miss patterson before we talk about cocoa and her mate let me you used videotaping to find her a companion yes it wasn't exactly as she got to pick the candidates that she wiped but it turned out that way video deny take it it's called how did you work that what did you do good is he should have video taste and also photographs of are they mailed realize and she's you tapes watched most of them would turn her back on some of them and even kissed the screen on one or two tell me about cocoa when we born he was born in at the tampa cisco zoo on july fourth nineteen seventyone you've taught her language american sign language right that was the purpose of the project was to see if it really could learn gesture language and she has proven that to be true tell me about her cabbie larry vocabulary is probably in over a thousand different sign lines we have still yet to chart the second ten years of the project on the computer so i can't give you an exact figure but after the first ten years she had used almost nine hundred different times has her newfound friend that she got off the video dating service as he arrived right a week ago and how are they getting along he's inform team right now she can see him to a window today was the first day that he really came up to the window so that she could get a good look at his face and she didn't want to have anything to do master that and told me that i blew it they went up to the window tell you that she just what did she soom for you blitz you dummy what did she say he just didn't want me to be near them now whether this is jealousy whether maybe he thinks it's on safe i don't oh she in a sense gave you the finger archives that was michael in writing conversation with coco's caretaker penny patterson koko the gorilla who could sign died this week inner sleep she was forty six years old we post more about cocoa on her website.
"forty six years" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The southbound side of the freeway even coming down from interstate two eighty where it merges with highway one oh one and let's head over to mill pitas where we've got a new problem we'll check in with kcbs chilton auto body collision cam and bob prior and this is southbound eight eighty at highway thirty seven looks like it might be at the end of that west to thirty seven connector ramp threecar crash left lane is blocked i am looking at a backup for before dixon landing down to zakar on west you thirtyseven some of the slowest traffic still mid peninsula one zero one southbound burlingame down to san mateo bay bridge sadly still backed up on interstate eighty all the way into el cerrito five eighty backed up nearly two highway twenty four your next update ten twenty eight on the traffic leader kcbs with a look at the kcbs six day forecast here's kcbs kpi five net iran poor hello there so it's looking like a lot more clearing going on so that's good news for those of you who missed that sunshine this morning what a thick marine layer we add it still lingering right around san francisco and the coast golden gate bridge but should be clearing up hopefully by this afternoon temperature wise you will feel that warmth upper eighties low nineties for the inland areas around the bay upper sixties to low seventies and then for the coast it will stay cool in the upper fifties and low sixty s tomorrow very similar to today pretty much the exact same thing morning marine layer afternoon warmth especially in and then the heat will really start to build thursday friday saturday sunday saturday the hottest day of the week expect temperatures to be in the upper nineties to triple digits one hundred to one hundred and three degrees expected for much of the east play places like antioch in brentwood fairfield concord it will feel hot so just take those precautions now if you wanna head to to the beach i don't blame you this coming weekend it'll feel a lot better that's where people will go to get relief around the bay even by friday saturday temperatures will be in the upper seventies low eighties for san francisco oakland places like that but at least not going to be triple digits summer does officially start thursday morning and yes it will feel that way so i so he is forty six years old he worked with round up for two years when he was groundskeeper he says three things number one we have to look at the scientific evidence and i the plane tip from approved to that this chemical in roundup is what cars my cancer number two that monsanto allegedly knew about this failed to warn and also buried evidence about it for the public and number three if they can actually prove that which of course is questionable if they can but if they can then they're looking for punitive damages monsanto will have its own mountain of data that they will put forward saying that the government agencies and other studies show that glyphosate was safe and so what happens with that well monsanto creates this battle of experts and the literature is clearly on monsanto side they have eight hundred studies there was one study in particular that came out of an agency out of the world health organization in two thousand fifteen and it was the one that said it was an carcinogen and that was what spurred on this litigation according to monsanto monsanto says that the plaintiff science is junk science but this judge is going to let that science in federal judge who's looking at multi district legalization he has said words like the sciences loosey goosey from the plaintiff and so monsanto in those cases may have a much better chart but johnson's attorney represents thousands of other cancer patients right and i think at least two thousand of the let's count them four thousand you have cases in san francisco a massive them you have another massive them in saint louis where monsanto is located those cases or starting to go with those cases in october so this is litigation that's going to continue to continue but this one is the bellwether because if in fact this plane wins that creates real momentum for other plaintiffs and bond santa would have to rethink its position however this plaintiff loses monsanto is in a much better position that is cbs legal analyst ricky cleveland discussing the case of benicia man who is suing monsanto onto the money watchers jason brooks at.
"forty six years" Discussed on WGTK
"Most influential broadcasters in the genre of personal finance talk media ken dolan remember the dolans kenan doria ken dolan has passed away at the age of seventy five after a long battle with lymphoma ken with his devoted wife of forty six years forty six years doria was half of one of the most successful husband wife teams in the history of talk radio the dolans and he i've met i knew them they were great great folks i mean they're great great people and had terrific interactions with cannon and doria they're they're warm and funny and in fact my boss here in new york who is the general manager and vice president of am nine seventy the answer here new york city jerry crowley was quoted in talkers magazine as saying that ken knew exactly who he was in life and who he wanted to be on air he played both roles to the highest level always warm embracing focused on the mission in my years with him surrounded by large broadcast personalities jerry shed ken dolan always stood out is the biggest star in the galaxy he relished this role in managed it with great humility ken and doria a team that made history it's time to rest kenny that was a great words from the terrific jerry crowley show our thoughts and prayers are with daria dolan in the family and friends of of ken he will be missed he was a wonderful wonderful man love this article by john nolte you know there's been all this hullaballoo in this this media firestorm over the revelation that sean hannity from fox news was one of michael cohen's alleged clients to sean denies that said he asked some questions for some real estate advice from from somebody who he's known for years i mean sean knows all these guys just big profile in the washington post this week about how sean is so well connected to the trump white house in an advocate for president trump i don't know why that you know there are people that feign shock sean would have a conversation or no michael cohen and there are people i am convinced there are a lot of people who are blasting sean who are pretending that.
"forty six years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To return and play another season it'll be his 23rd in the nfl hilton 46 in december so by the time the season is over with the indianapolis colts play offs or none he will be forty six years old we do me a favor and look up how old morten andersen was when he retired he's a hall of famer but i don't remember the exact age i don't wanna guess so this is a really need to moment for adam beating terry but also i think colds fans they should be exciting for you do i love playing here i love it here all the new changes that are going on in the building with with staff and this and that i'm just i'm excited i'm really really excited the bomber thing is is it's only february and i am like when we start off season just chill out but really excited to be back that's on colts dot com and you can hear the reporter the air in the background so vida terry at forty five years old does even want the time off and i get it he's a kicker but kickers are people to and they go to the workouts and they have to show up and be there whatever the team is practicing whenever the team travels it may not be the same rigors and physical pounding but it's still the mental grind for anybody who is part of that season starts with the training camp in and they have to go through and make sure that they're in shape to their moments or more pressure packed i would think with dire nfl's staring at eu is stadium full of what seventy thousands of the people and so adam be terry is going to come back for his 23rd season and i liked that he mentions the new look for the colts the fact that they've got a brand new gm they've got a new head coach finally frank reich seems like the perfect fit for the indianapolis colts and we'll get to the good news about andrew luck here in a second from the colts.
"forty six years" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The president here we need your help it's better for the american people want term it's better free constituents long term mm take the incremental political heat today for a better society in the future at its most basic the republican legislation is aimed at undoing obamacare's unpopular mandates for most people to carry insurance and businesses to offer at the gop would repeal obamacare taxes and unwind and expansion of the medicaid program for the poor the disabled a nursing home residents the result though would be twenty to thirty million people losing insurance over a decade and that all depends on which version of the bill goes through an amtrak conductor who was shot while standing on a platform in may now recovering at home after being released from a hospital michael case of hold what it was shot in the abdomen in naperville and underwent surgeries afterwards the forty six year old telling abc seven that he remembers having a moment with god and asking him to look after me quote saying i'm not ready to go yet seventy nine year old edward klein of west alice wisconsin has been charged with attempted murder in the may sixteenth shooting officials say he shot the conductor because he was not allowed to disembark early ben and jerry's faces a possible boycott after major ingredient in weed killer was found in some of their ice cream they may be famous for their ecofriendly practices and down to earth image but the new york times reports ben and jerry's is taking some heat after the organic consumer's association found glide phosphate a main ingredient in weed killers light round up in ten out of eleven samples of the ice cream while levels were well below the legal limit set by the environmental protection agency the association argues any presence of it is potentially dangerous.