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"georgia bureau investigation" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Veronica around, 95.5 WSB told us the news. Thomas 11 32. This is new this half hour. The Masters just now announcing plans to actually have fans for the tournament this spring, Augusta National says in a statement. It will quote have limited attendants provided it can be done safely. But it's not clear how many or what percentage of fans will be allowed in. Club also plans to hold the women's amateur and drive chip and putt competitions The weekend before Augusta says it will contact patrons not selected and refunds will be issued. W S. B. J. Black says the 85th Masters is scheduled for April 8th through the 11th Visor and buy on Tech are significantly ramping up Corona virus vaccine production, the company, saying that they are increasing their expected output to about two billion doses because demand worldwide is so high. Atlanta on high alert is the FBI warns of armed protest at all state capitals before Inauguration day next week. The Georgia Bureau investigation stepping up their security presence around our state capital. Some changes you might notice a new 8 FT fence and a number of armed state troopers around the grounds and solve part of the security plan to keep the building of lawmakers save those legislators are going to be able to come into that building and do the job that the people voted them to do. That's the GPS Vic Reynolds. He says his agents are monitoring intelligence and any potential threats. After the FBI issued that warning Well in one of his last speech is a Secretary of state Mike Pompeo accused Iran of harboring al Qaida. Now that the U. S has chased its last elements from Afghanistan. Poses a grave threat to the security of nations into the American homeland itself. Would say Iran is indeed the new Afghanistan. Is the key Geographic Cup for Al Qaeda. Iran Calling pumping those remarks, quote warmongering. Pompeo also confirmed that Al Qaeda's number two leader was killed this past summer, though he did not say By whom? As you take a look at the WSB market. Watch the deal. Right Nails up 28 points at 31,040 NASDAQ's up 42, the S and P is up to WSB news time 11 34 the FBI's warning the plans for armed protest at all.
"georgia bureau investigation" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Who's been really important to you and your wife and just enjoy it with everything going on maybe there should be a day of let's focus on what's really important the most important things in life family this is Rudy Giuliani and I'm back with another edition of uncover the truth my co host Dr Maria Ryan the CEO of cottage hospital nurse practitioner and a PhD in hospital man management with will with me present the facts of the police shooting of ray shard Brooks but it went a police department the case involved a a fairly complex set of facts with that almost all on video they could all be analyzed on video and then we can go into the background and I believe we're going to attempt to do is we're gonna lay out these facts are you going to have you participate you're you're going to call and tell us what you think tell us your opinions then at the end of the show we're gonna do a brief summation and then we're gonna have you vote what do you think she's been overcharged what do you think he's been charged properly and we'll give you until Wednesday to get that vote and will announce it on my show on Thursday so this is a new format the attempt is to get you involved in it but let's have a doctor Maria Ryan summarized the facts very quickly because you know most of them just to remind you of the actor Ryan thank you and happy father's day routine thank you and happy father's day Daddy if you're out there so on the night of June twelfth D. Wendy's employee in Atlanta on University Avenue calls police because there's somebody in the drive thru who seems to sleep she had attempted to get him up in couldn't so she calls police because all the cars are honking their trying to go around this vehicle police arrive approximately ten forty it was officer Brosnan who first arrived all on video very courteous trying to wake him up asked him if he needed medical attention and then asked him to pull over in the parking lot speaks he smells alcohol as we find out and then doctor excuse me officer Rolf comes on the scene informs a field sobriety test Brooks did admit to drinking didn't know how much didn't know really what he drank but he blew a point one zero eight in legal limit is point zero eight they were very courteous back and forth very respectful in you have to understand a vehicle is a weapon if somebody drives impaired people can get killed so because he blew a point one zero eight officer Ralph told him he can't allow him to drive in attempted to place him under arrest he goes down because of fighting Mister Brooks is hitting both police officers the both of them one of them actually sustained a concussion officer Brosnan and you hear the police officer I'm not sure which one clearly saying stop fighting stop fighting you will be tased stop fighting Mr Brooks chose to continue to fight and then began to run run he runs it definitely you can see a taser in his hand he turns and fires in the end the police man fires back officer Rolf he goes down in the end unfortunately he did succumb to the at the injuries at the hospital within about five days which is really unprecedented in a case like this the district attorney Paul Howard indicted officer Ralph an officer Brosnan he indicted officer Ralph on eleven counts including a felony murder count which carries as its top penalty death the EP I didn't even finish their investigation right ready the G. B. I. which is the Georgia bureau investigation their equivalent of the FBI wrote a scathing letter to him saying that they had been called in on the case to do an independent investigation they had just about begun the investigation it would require interviewing about twenty or thirty witnesses and it should be done professionally but that he didn't bother to even notify them that he was going to indict you should know about the DA will talk a little more about this that district attorney Howard is in a bitter runoff election for his job in the first round he the other candidate actually got more votes than him and now they're in a runoff election so we could his job is at stake and he is separately under investigation by the Georgia bureau of investigation for misusing about a hundred forty thousand dollars of a charity that he is connected with he's also separately charged with not serving or not serving or preparing the proper documents to show that he ran that charity so there's a lot of motivation for him to bring this case very very quickly for election purposes and maybe to get things off his own criminal criminal case but for a case like this to be brought in five days without a professional law enforcement agency not having a chance to investigate it it's amazing that no one is complaining about this which is why we think that this case has to be examined a very very very very carefully here I was actually surprised when mayor Keisha lance bottoms so quickly the night of the shooting said it was unjustified but then to have the DA make a statement before GB I did anything and the way he the district attorney Paul Howard described it is very odd there's actually something online that contrasts what he's saying he talks about house so long that Brooks was jovial and kind in yes in the beginning it was very nice talk but then you see the video of him fighting you don't resist arrest you don't punch officers you don't take a taser but the DA's made it seem like it was a whole different scenario which I've never seen before usually I expect for fax to dominate instead of a different scenario Ryan we have Adam Schiff shape changing things well the fact is that just returning cannot describe the facts of the case at the time of an indictment that is unethical it's against the rules and there's a good reason for because your prejudices the possible jury pool that will hear the case right so he gets up and he explains and it really it sounds when when you see this I have it on my Twitter I believe in Facebook in a couple places you can you can go see it you can see the DA saying that Mr Brooks was very calm and then the next thing you see punches the police officer in the face Mr Brooks was very cordial many takes a police officer and kind of go with him to the ground Mr Brooks is an idiot Mr Brooks was very cooperative at that point the police office saying don't take to take he's taking the taser ripping it out of the police officers and and finally the DA says that Mr Brooks was jovial and that's when you show up you show Mister Brooks turning around and shooting the police office so there's something wrong with this DNA yeah we didn't do a forensic examination we certainly do yet to of the tapes we certainly looked at home into me you can clearly see Brooks turning around with that lease or in shooting which by the way just weeks prior the same DA concluded that a teaser is weapon I'm glad you mentioned that you remember when he does this is pressed on the hold here here is is a police officer that standard is what a reasonable police officer under those circumstances take this kind of force in other words we believe that his life is in jeopardy he doesn't write about that he just has to be reasonable about it so the question is we had a taser we knew we had a taser and a taser therefore isn't deadly says the DA two weeks earlier and earlier games when he indicted police officers he indicted the police officers for using a taser because it was a deadly weapon I don't know what's going on with this case but the DA's premise of his indictment to seek the death penalty crazy is that the police officer couldn't have reasonably believed that the taser would be of a fatal threat to him two weeks earlier he charged police officers what exactly that is what is it I mean it it police officers of the police officers used a taser it could be a deadly weapon but if Mister Brooks use it it isn't a deadly weapon some magic happen to the taser because Mister Brooks evident in this certainly has nothing to do with racism I'm getting so sick of that eight the the Brooks I don't care what color he was chosen to hit police officers chose to shoot a taser Adam it has nothing to do with color it has nothing to do with racism and we've got to stop this well as a long long it adherent and and member of new mothers against drunk driving going back to nineteen eighty one when I was associate Attorney General and went to a meeting in which these women were describing how their young children were killed by drunken drivers of the white people are arrested for drunk driving just as often if not more often than black people or or Hispanics or believe me if you're drunk get arrested in my city he not only got arrested but how it's safe and I took a car from you you have to come back and try to get it well nowadays to Blasio would probably buy you a car yeah you probably have probably give your card by your drink you certainly let you out of jail but how to think about this the man is drunk he could kill someone without automobile you have to arrest him you have.
"georgia bureau investigation" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"Left dead. Dead in February in the streets of a cent TEELA, shortage neighborhood. Assistant Special Agent in charge Richard Dial Sit. By the camera footage also showed confederate flags sticker on the toolbox of McMichael struck dial state. The idol allegations came as dial outlined the events that led to Aubrey's death and told the court. That before we was shot the three Manche charged. In. His murder engaged in an elaborate chase, hitting the twenty five year old driver with his truck. At, sea repeatedly tried to avoid them. As Travis and Gregory McMichael intended to hate him off. Are returned in ran past the truck of Ryan. Who filmed the killing? And Brian Struck Aubrey with the site of his truck dial said. The new details of the final moments of his life emerged. Amid a week of nationwide proto protests excuse me over another killing. That of George Floyd. By. Police in Minneapolis. And demonstrators have also called for Justice and case. Investigators found Swipe from a panel print on the rear door of Bryant's truck. Cotton fibers near the truck bed that we and I'm quoting attributed to contact with Mr Aubrey in quote. And ident below the fibers he said. Though Brian's attorney has contested allegations. His client took part in the killing. Dial said Bryan Bryan I became involved by yelling to Michaels. And I quote you got him. When he saw them chasing the twenty five year old jogger. The McMichael's Bryan have not entered pleased, but lawyers for all three men proclaimed their innocence. After Yellen out to mcnichols about Aubrey Brian joined the chase, and at this point, none of the three had called nine one one. The McMichael's had already tried to head off Aubrey once. When Brian. Joined the pursuit. The I agent Georgia Bureau Investigation said. Brian tried to block Aubrey as Travis McMichael drove around the block with his father in the bed of the truck. Brian? Made several statements about trying to block him and using his vehicle to try to stop him dial said. The statement was Mr, kept running out of the way and moving around the bumper, and actually running down into the ditch in an attempt to avoid his truck. At some point army was head itself of the neighborhood where the defendants live, but McMichael's forced him to turn back into the neighborhood and Ron Pass Brian. The agent said that's when he struck Aubrey. Dial said at Aubrey kept running with McMichael..
"georgia bureau investigation" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"Mean mask on mask off the massacre. I'm Ken Matthews in for Rush Limbaugh. Open line Friday on the rush. Limbaugh show as we head into. A Very Historic. Memorial Day weekend. For so many reasons first of all the weeks don't they seem longer using the covid calendar? It's like an eight ancient calendar from long ago, isn't it? It's like well. is it seventy eight hours for one day or ninety two hours for it just feels like every week is a month. Every month is a year. So. We have this three day weekend where every day. Our Rights will be violated by our government, which should be responding to us so? You better not go to that restaurant that you like on Saturday and you better not go to that church. You like on Sunday. And the last thing you WanNa do is be taken. Some boy scouts out to a military. Cemetery on Monday so just make sure you get a get a note from your. Democrat, Governor So you continue, so you can continue to live in the land of the free and the home of the brave. QUICK UPDATES before we go back to the phone because it is open line, Friday the the guy who recorded the killing. Of Ahmad Armory in Georgia Near the two two guys were in the truck and they got Outta the truck. He was black in his early twenties. And you've you've seen it in. Heard it right? Well he's been arrested and charged with murder. Yes the guy that recorded it. He's charged with felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment. The Georgia Bureau investigation that's the latest development in that case by the way terror read who no one on the left will believe because she's accusing a democrat. That's usually the pattern. I mean all women should be believed unless unless. They're going after a Democrat anyway. The law firm is no longer representing her. Now I, find this troubling. I first of all. That's probably going to hurt her even though they put out a statement. I don't need to read it, but the gist of it is us no longer representing terror. Read is no indication of. Her. Credibility or etc, they basically said..
"georgia bureau investigation" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Open line Friday on the Rush Limbaugh show as we head into a very story can Memorial Day weekend for so many reasons first of all the weeks don't they seem longer using the covert calendar it's like an eight ancient calendar from long ago isn't it it's like well is it seventy eight hours for one day or ninety two hours for it just feels like every week is a month every month is a year so we have this three day weekend wear every day all rights will be violated by our government which should be responding to us so yeah even or not go to that restaurant that you like on Saturday and you better not go to that church alike on Sunday and the last thing you want to do is be taken some Boy Scouts out to a military cemetery on Monday so just make sure you get a get a note from your Democrat governor so you continue so you can continue to live in the land of the free in the home of the brave quick updates before we go back to the phone because it is open line Friday the the guy who recorded the killing of Ahmad armory in Georgia you know the two two guys were in the truck and they got out of the truck it was black in his early twenties and you've you've seen it and heard it right well he's been arrested and charged with murder yes the guy that recorded it he's charged with felony murder and criminal attempt to commit false imprisonment by the Georgia bureau investigation that's the latest development in that case by the way Tara Reid who no one on the left will believe because she's accusing a Democrat that's usually the pattern I mean all women should be believed unless unless they're going after Democrats anyway the law firm is no longer representing her now I find this troubling I first of all that's probably gonna hurt her even though they put out a statement I don't need to read it but the gist of it is us no longer representing terror Reid is no indication of what her you know credibility or it's cetera they basically said we're not doing it because we don't you know believer we're just so what do you think happened there I mean my gut tells me because law firms are filled with lawyers and lawyers lean left there's too many lawyers in government something tells me that some lawyers called some lawyers about the lawyers and said if you don't want a lawyer on your lawyer but you'll get rid of this case quickly but I could be wrong because I'm not a lawyer eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two back to the phones we go Kerry in Houston Texas you're on the Rush Limbaugh show.
"georgia bureau investigation" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Coronavirus now taking a toll on Russia covert nineteen is hitting Russia hard president Vladimir Putin could be one of its casualties initially Russia thought it was getting off easy with a corona virus and even send supplies to the United States since April it's gotten worse emergency workers telling citizens to stay at home and observe the quarantine the whole country is in lockdown there are some ten thousand new cases a day even the prime minister has it while deaths are low it's about two thousand experts say that's an under counter new polls put Putin's approval rating at its lowest in twenty years fifty nine percent it was eighty nine percent a few months ago Putin is mostly delegating the job to others and pushing for re opening not helping things the oil price wars waged which has seen crucial energy revenues drop but fox's great pal card corona virus cases beginning to spike again in South Korea the ordering bars and night clubs to close again they now believe one man infected more than a dozen people of three night clubs last weekend the father and son charged with killing an unarmed black jogger in Brunswick Georgia more than two months ago their first court appearance on Friday for a police officer Gregory McMichael and his son Travis will read their rights issued no plea and were denied bond the shooting back in February did not get national attention until this week when a video was posted of the incident the two men involved were not charged for ten weeks within forty eight hours to becoming involved the Georgia bureau investigation took the Nick Michaels into custody and said more arrests might be coming including the person who filmed the encounter boxes Steve Harrigan there are new questions about why the arrests took seventy four days including allegations the county district attorney told police not to arrest the suspects in Michigan police say two men wanted in the fatal shooting of a security guard who demanded the woman to wear a mask while shopping at the dollar store.
"georgia bureau investigation" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Now taking a toll on Russia covert nineteen is hitting Russia hard president Vladimir Putin could be one of its casualties initially Russia thought it was getting off easy with corona virus and even send supplies to the United States since April it's gotten worse emergency workers telling citizens to stay at home and observe the quarantine the whole country is in lockdown there are some ten thousand new cases a day even the prime minister has it while deaths are low it's about two thousand experts say that's an undercount new polls put Putin's approval rating at its lowest in twenty years fifty nine percent it was eighty nine percent a few months ago Putin is mostly delegating the job to others and pushing for re opening not helping things the oil price war is waged which has seen crucial energy revenues drop but fox's great pal kat corona virus cases beginning to spike again in South Korea the ordering bars and night clubs to close again they now believe one man infected more than a dozen people of three night clubs last weekend the father and son charged with killing an unarmed black jogger in Brunswick Georgia more than two months ago in their first court appearance on Friday for a police officer Gregory McMichael and his son Travis will read their rights issued no plea and were denied bond the shooting back in February did not get national attention until this week when a video was posted of the incident the two men involved were not charged for ten weeks but within forty eight hours to becoming involved the Georgia bureau investigation took Nick Michaels into custody and said more arrests might be coming including the person who filmed the encounter fox's Steve Harrigan there are new questions about why the arrests took seventy four days including allegations the county district attorney told police not to arrest the suspects in Michigan police say two men wanted in the fatal shooting of a security guard who demanded the woman to wear a mask while shopping at a dollar store.
Suspects in Ahmaud Arbery shooting make first court appearance
"A brief court appearance today for the white Georgia father and son who police say shot and killed an unarmed black man who was out for a run four days after the shooting death of Ahmad armory the father and son caught on camera chasing down and shooting the twenty five year old black man on a residential street have been charged with murder in their first court appearance today former police officer Gregory McMichael and his son Travis will read their rights issued no plea and were denied bond the shooting back in February did not get national attention until this week when a video was posted of the incident the two men involved were not charged for ten weeks within forty eight hours of becoming involved the Georgia bureau investigation took Nick Michaels into custody and said more arrests might be coming including the person who filmed
"georgia bureau investigation" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Appreciate Mr Biden weighing in on this We're way past within K. So I have to strongly agree with though we await past swift because it's happened February. Twenty third point in so we need. We need an arrest today. And that's something that can be the the them of the Georgia Bureau investigations. Go Out and send out officers They don't have to wait for the courts opened up the the FBI thin step in this. We believe that this there are eight locations all over this and all those accidents can happen right now understood and it is. Both of you have said quite disturbing. We mentioned that we contacted the police for comment. We included the defenses as stated in the police support of those individuals. This is definitely a story will stay on Esley Merit. Thanks for your time. Mark Claxton as always. Thanks for your expertise sir. Thank you thank you both. We'll be right back things before we go. I want you to know Michael Moore is on the tomorrow night along with some other great guests so you rejoin us but the other thing I want you know it was like many Americans like many of you. Probably the Supreme Court has been working from hall for the first time ever holding phone hearings of oral arguments on these pivotal cases. This has been going on for days this week in today's hearing included something that we believe to be a first in the history of the United States Supreme Court. Someone forgot to mute while flushing a toilet with the FCC has said is that when the subject matter of fall ranges then the call is transformed. And it's been allowed. It's no longer allowed. You heard that right. I guess it brings me to a little way and lyric. I thought I'd never say on the news. Two words you never hear Wayne quit flush and watch them go down the drain quick and that does it for us good night..
"georgia bureau investigation" Discussed on WTF Crime
"You're one your fucking that kids mother stay for the rest of their life. And who on top of that this is nineteen eighty in may? He looked really good trilogy. Oh my God. We're back to the trilogy. He she can no longer see the second movie I mean is so inconsiderate. Oh, I just had a thought. She didn't go on vacation, where she go. Well, we knew that we wouldn't be doing this, so no she didn't go on vacation, because she didn't take any suitcases with her. She put it in case. Let's take a suitcase with her. Oh, we're not getting into that. It's, it's possible the number count. So think about the car was left at the airport. What do you do at an airport you a suitcase? And you go on the plane. So she may have gotten on a plane in a suitcase. I take two suitcases. Yes. We all we don't all know. I know that when you pack for an overnight trip you take suitcases. Now. How did you do that? 'cause anyone's case for everything I'm taking with me once case for everything I'm going to. More sense, but you suck but I like to shove my wall and knows you like the shop your knows all about me. All right. So back to the story. So we've got the car, it's left immaculately clean keys, left underneath the mat. And then at that point, the trail goes completely cold, and she never touched your Bank account. Correct. So the story had it was money in our count, and that never got touched ever signing. She didn't by plane ticket. She bite suitcase especially about groceries. She did buy groceries. But but or when you bought it. Don't you think it would be helpful if they released some of this information this many years after the pact personal see the benefit of holding onto information this many years after the fact I think it's stupid. I think it hurts the families because they want as much details as a maid details can get. And if they're not getting it at this point, the families are actually hiring private investigators and stuff to try and look into it and private investigator can't get that information either. Right. Didn't get a little more systems from the cops than the average Joe. But no most of the time that record information still sealed. Okay. So. Oh you're kidding. So rumor has it that a number years later. The X bet has been. You have did alling the babysitter. So, yes. A couple years later, there's a few rumors out there that one story said that he married the babysitter. Their story said that he's just playing around with the baby sitter, either way that's issues. You can get Dickie. It's gross. Okay. I get it as gross. I'm questioning your word itchy fucking the source. Iki. Oh, okay. If he's like moist. And what was he other words? Asi. So, yeah, so he in the babysitter playing around years later. But this is years later. We don't know that has anything to do with, it might have something to do with it. I mean, we could investigate was babysitter Schnee issues in arrears of babysitter owed some or a lot of babysitting money. I mean that's like that's like all the gods money. I mean, you're gonna be fucked. You're kidding. You're saying that babysitters going to kneecap you for their money no semi because there's won't disappear your ass for their money. All right. But then the babysitter consoles the husband after the fact. Well she's a very considerate babysitter. Or he's working off the money that she owes them. Heals? Her river sexism. Why is a man have to one for Noor? Okay. The babysit never this point the babysitter is with the husband, though. Yes. And we don't know I'm like, are they still together? Okay. Out there in that. But we don't know what happened to add. Because she's completely disappeared in. There's no trace over whatsoever. Nothing is knows that's the last time anybody ever hears from her. At all, what the fuck mother's day, right? Oh, god. We're you. I felt bad for this kid. We're supposed to advocate. It's, it's really shitty and it's really shitty for the family. Don't get your on, but it's to just disappear thousand women that go disappeared at this pier every year. This the people disappeared here. But for this to go on this, long known for mation. I mean it's just really weird that the car was found super clean. It's really weird that she felt you being followed. It's really weird that choose cannot mother's day. I mean, it's a weird day to be kidnapped not necessarily a good. They didn't kidnapped. That's still weird eighty kidnapped Father's Day. That could be a benefit kidnapped on Father's Day. It would be the best fathers. They give to you for. As long as you come back if you days later, because you don't want to be without me. What was it? Twenty two years, twenty one years. Oh, that's we? All right. So. I so I think at this point, that's the end of the all the notes have here for me. There's nothing really nothing else to be sad. I mean fortunately and disappeared and to never heard from again. And there is no leaves the Georgia Bureau investigation has a website up there. You can look up her name, but there's nothing on her. She just has disappeared as gone. The strangest part of this whole story, even when they look at it is the car, they don't understand why the car was white clean. Why the key was left underneath the doormat and other car was clean to. There's no fingerprints, I guess that points to the fact that they're really there's somebody else involved in this didn't want to be identified. So think about that, for second this person white, the car, clean really playing in the detail my car, but. He went to car clean. It doesn't that's not to implement impulsive act. This is something that was done by somebody who's done this, before you, if you're doing an impulsive, act and kidnapping somebody, you're not going to be there, all white the car. What do you do with this person that you've -ducted while you're cleaning this car? Oh, that doesn't sound good. Oh. You can assume either a they're already dead during conscious. But chances are if she was adopted, and if disappeared the way with trace, and if it was non voluntary you'd have to assume that she was disposed or killed in a different location and the car was simply dropped off. But the car being left at the airport, and he's clean is really, really weird. So I'm that. And either the doctor had somewhere to go. Or they have another person there to pick them up because they left the car at the airport. How do they get away from the airport airport transportation hope no matter what you're talking about? Airplanes. Taxis buses all of that one St. through network. So they could have left the car at the long term parking short term parking, we don't know. That's right. It was the short. Okay. So they could left the car at the short term parking they could have gotten into taxiing gone on their way and they wouldn't have looked weird at all right? And thousands of people come come and go for air comedy cars, get abandoned at parking airports. I would guess, good place at delta car, general, won't because if you leave it in long term parking, nobody's even gonna think about the fact that it's there. This one was left in short term parking, which is probably why the police found it so quickly. It was probably the only reason they found it is because it was in short term parking. But if you think about any car left and long term parking by personal know many cops that that diligent drive up and down through. If there's gonna do it, will they wouldn't have any clue to look at one term. It's like say my car's missing can I don't know where it is you go. Find it. That's me at the grocery store. Nothing drive through every parking lot, every parking garage to try and find a car. It's not what they'll do. It's true, but they were looking for, and the missing persons case was filed immediately. They were looking for her, and that's why they found the car so quick. Well, I, I feel bad for the kid, I feel bad for the family. I mean, there's the, the fact that the husbands with the babysitter. It's so gross. I mean that's I get it things happen. Years, go on. But. The babysitter dude. Stock. She's probably of age now. Oh, you had the hots for the babysitter when she has a babysitter. No. Do you do mobile sitters in my head are eighteen six in your head? So in your head the babysitters eighteen I'm we never had any babysitters. You would've not let me hire babysitter. You would have insisted on a Helga or something, a men because you tried to hire stripper strippers are babysitters, too. But she paid that one too. Probably. All right. So we've come full circle with this back around his son funny, but these stories are going to be a little sad at the end. So. I really you didn't write me and I'll tro exit. How do we didn't? I was going to do originally and now you're doing it. So I think you should come up with something on the fly on the fly insa show. All right. Well, let's do this. I want to thank everybody for listening. Anybody who is listening? Please stick with us. I'm sure this is going to get a lot easier. And better as we move forward is their way to put any information on. If somebody has any information about an lucky Lincoln podcast. Oh. If you look up her name on the Georgia Bureau investigations, you can find it formation about including the formation on disappearance, who to contact you knew something. So there is a way you can do that way. All right. So if for one reason, or another, you have any information about Helen, I'm Morgan Georgia beer of investigations. All right. So I wanna thank everybody for listening do us a favor until you friends and have a good night or morning or day or..
"georgia bureau investigation" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"To do the work of this country making sure that we're not defined by our squabbles. By the name calling by the fear that we are instead known by what it is. We want to do the work that we commit to one another to achieve that aerobics planning to cast his own vote today in L Paso. That's where he's been a three term congressman crews already cast his ballot in his hometown of Houston. Where they'll watch returns this evening. Other Republican candidate for Georgia governor's alleged that Democrats have tried to hack a voter database that will be used in today's elections Republican nominee and secretary of state Brian Kemp made the allegation just as reports emerged of gaping motor ability in a system that he controls a democrat. Stacey Abrams has campus trying to blame others for his own mistake. I think he up the charge because he realizes once again, he has left six million voters information vulnerable, and he recognizes that if he got caught two days before the election having exposed to many Georgians, he would lose. And so he did what he does always blame someone else for his mistake that audio courtesy of ABC camp responded on Fox News. Well, look, I'm you know, we got this information over the weekend immediately called homeland security FBI on the Georgia Bureau of investigations after meeting earlier today, the Georgia Bureau investigations. Has opened a criminal investigation into this matter their cybercrime center will be investigating that. So it's not in the hands of my office. We pass information along.
"georgia bureau investigation" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Today's midterm elections marked the first nationwide voting since Russia targeted state election system, sixteen with federal state and local officials seeking to reassure the public. They're voting systems are secure. Now, there have been no signs so far that Russia or any foreign actors have tried to launch cyber attacks against voting systems that according to federal authorities, but the same can't be said for all security preparations or for early voting and voter registration voters. Casting ballots early of encountered faulty machines in Texas and North Carolina. Inaccurate mailers in Missouri, Montana, voter, registration problems in Tennessee and Georgia in other states, including Kansas election day polling places have been closed or consolidated. Meanwhile, the Republican candidate for Georgia. Governor has alleged that Democrats sought the hack of otr database that will be used in today's elections Republican nominee and secretary of state Brian Kemp made the allegation just as reports emerged of a gaping vulnerability in the system that he controls as secretary of state Democrats Stacey Abrams says campus trying to place blame. Elsewhere. I think he picked up the charge because he realizes once again, he's left six million voters information vulnerable, and he recognizes that if he got caught two days before the election having exposed so many Georgians he would lose. And so he did what he does always blame someone else for his mistake that audio courtesy of ABC camp responded on Fox News. Well, look, I'm you know, we got this information over the weekend immediately called homeland security FBI and the Georgia Bureau of investigations after meeting earlier today the Georgia Bureau investigations. His opened a criminal investigation into this matter there cybercrime center will be investigating that. So it's not in the hands of my office with pass information along to them. They believe it to be credible enough to open a criminal investigation. And that's where we are. Right now. Can you really can't? People five people overseas in the country. Now, I understand look this is a criminal investigation. Very serious matter we've handled this like we always do sovereigns nuts in the office of secretary of state or any other investigation when it's criminal we go to the proper authorities. We've done that with the they found it to be credible enough to open a criminal investigation. And we'll let they'll take the lead on that. I would refer questions to them at this point. Do you see why Democrats would be concerned, and if the shore on the other foot wouldn't Republicans be saying kind of the same thing? Well, anybody that knows how the system in Georgia works wouldn't be saying that that's a ridiculous claim. It's our county. Elections offices and superintendent that actually hold the election. They're counting the votes their local election board, certifies the elections. Paul suggests camping Abrahams are locked in a tight race in a contest that said taken on historic significance because of the potential of Abrahams becoming the nation's first black female governor keeping a hopes alive for a resolution of a punishing trade war between the two biggest economies. Chinese vice president said at a conference in Singapore that Beijing is ready to discuss issues with the Trump administration that followed up positive assessments by both Chinese officials and President Trump of a phone call last week between Trump and China's president Xi Jinping Indonesian officials are focusing on faulty airspeed indicators as they investigate the deadly lion. Aircrash, but safety experts say pilots should be able to work around problems with sensors. Investigators say the airspeed indicator Online's Boeing malfunctioned on its last four flights, including the one that crashed October twenty ninth killing all one hundred eighty nine on board such devices have been used for decades to tell pilots how fast they're flying. They fail on occasion. Most often when to their centers freeze during storms at high altitude. Now, they have been blamed for some deadly crashes, but pilots trained on simulators learn how to fly safely when those indicators fail end. In most cases, they say failed sensors should not cause a crash the body of major Brent Taylor was expected back in the US early this morning that according to Utah national guard officials the mayor of north Ogden was killed in an insider attack in Afghanistan over the weekend Christi pack is Taylor's sister on behalf of major Brent Taylor family his wife, Jenny his children, Megan age thirteen Lincoln eleven Alex nine Jacob seven.
"georgia bureau investigation" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"You can tell I've got laryngitis at the national conference on the first amendment challenge. Get sick. When I come to Pittsburgh the Steelers do this to Browns fans, but I am so pleased to welcome to the program. Brian Kemp secretary of state of the great state of Georgia. I've got a wonderful audience down there on nine twenty listening on nine twenty the answer and across the state of Georgia. Brian Kemp welcomed the program breakdown. All right. Thanks for having me here. Now, bright, the state of Georgia is enjoying out such a robust economy. It's a three point seven percent unemployment yet at fifteen thousand new jobs more Georgians are working than ever before. Why in the world would anyone want to roll the dice on your very left wing opponents? Stacey abrams. Oh, no doubt. This election is about what direction you wanna go. 'cause they're very. You know, very big contrast. Really a question that you want to keep going the direction you want wanna do a complete reversal where we have higher taxes bigger government radical government takeover a clear, you know, push for non-citizens to build the vote nine elections. I mean, this is just crazy, but we're in the fight down here. And we gotta get our conservative friends out our middle the road, friends outside. We wanna keep things we've got you know, I heard somebody say the other day. This is the lowest unemployment that. We've had since Neil Armstrong walked on. I think that puts into perspective how great our congress. The great leader sniff that we've seen for the last sixteen years under Sonny Perdue and Nathan deal. That is absolutely the case. We we are in fact that a low that I did not think we would ever get to Larry Kudlow on the program last Jerry didn't think we'd get the four percent growth we boom past it. But Brian Kemp was on the Reverend Al show a couple of weeks ago, predicting your victory over Stacey Abrams and saying bluntly, and they got mad at me. Stacey Edmonds a radical. She might be nice lady, but she's a radical. And I know she's the majority leader she's been in in the state house for a long time. But she's a left-wingers left-winger. And I guess you're not allowed to say that on anymore because people get mad at you've got nothing to do except reporting the truth. She is not mainstream. Well, she's not she's been. Thankfully, the longer. The racers. Don't people are starting to figure that out where she's written in own book that she wants to do away with Medicaid Medicare raise taxes on alcohol tobacco and personal income taxes. Ah the single payer government run healthcare system, he wants to even those are moderate physicians. Say. He wants to get government benefits, welfare and free college to people that are here illegally. I mean, that's more liberal than California. And then you've got all of the usual suspects accusing you of illegally suppressing the vote that all down the Florida law that was upheld as exactly like the Georgia lie. Exact max registration. It's been upheld by the federal court. That's completely legal. The supreme court has upheld the Ohio law all sorts of laws designed to keep the rolls clean and accurate. Our constitutional and yet they come after it's the old playbook Brian Kemp. Does anyone pay attention to that in Georgia? Well, unfortunately, the liberal media the fake news. They wrote a story. I all the facts wrong. You know, it was just ridiculous that we've been trying to get the truth out there ever since. But it's it's another manufacturer headline followed by you know, three or four manufactured lawsuits in the number. But the good thing the numbers are on our side. They're talking about this fifty three thousand tending or you know, we're stopping fifty three thousand people from getting on the voter rolls. That's not true, they're flagged in the system. Seventy five percent of failed the social security number match. Just simply putting the last four numbers of your social security number on the registration form. So it's it's absolutely false. We have four voters on our roles now than we ever had in the state of Georgia one million more than office minority for -ticipant undermine senior has been a twenty three percent. We have online voter registry. Anybody can register seven days a week twenty four hours a day. And all they have to do is have a driver's license earth status is court. All these folks, you know, what they can do if they wanna vote they just gotta go show up. Shows like every other Jordan naked vote. It is a completely fake issue. And it makes me crazy. As man when we're not talking about job creation, and whether or not Amazon HQ to will go there under Brian Kemp, render Stacey Abramson instead we're talking about this made up. We're also talking about a made up controversy that you have to resign. I'm sorry. I told the Reverend Al the state constitution does not say that the law says Brian Kemp gets to stay as secretary of state and apply the job to which he was elected people of Georgia. I'm glad you did not yield to that ridiculous demand to recuse yourself that is not the rule of law. Well, the thing about that here. Look, this is this is just a trap for them. I've never considered resigning. I've been doing job for eight and a half years. They've never said anything about this. When I was overseeing the two thousand fourteen or in two thousand and they didn't send anything when democrat Kathy. It was someone that I work with in the legislature in early two thousand one she was set Thursday. They didn't say anything. When she was secretary of state when she ran for governor. So this is outrageous. Know what he's. They. From the problem of this factors prices that they got. Secretary of state because I'm not in allow citizens and people here illegally devoting alleges. That is what Stacey. Wants. That's what she said video when she got wound up one day. Watch it documented and undocumented people to be part of her Blue Wave the next day. Her liberal group that she created the new Georgia filed the lawsuit in the losses for a liberal judge appointed to let these folks that are tending because of their citizenship status. The vote in our elections. I mean that is outrageous wooden people of Georgia here about them. And you can't even imagine that's something that they would do in California. We're not gonna do it here. And we're not gonna do it on my watch your secretary of state Brian kept you have got a steady lead over Stacey Abrams. I mean in every poll, it's two points or more. And to a certain extent, I kind of want Abrahams to win only because I want Amazon to put their headquarters in Virginia. They'll never put it in Atlanta, if Stacey Abrams wins, but I really do want you to win for the benefit of the country and the economy when you go out and talk to your Republican friends, independent is the enthusiasm match because Stacey Abrams is charismatic as every genuine leftist is like Bernie Sanders is charismatic. They get thirty percent of the electorate really riled up. But does the Republican electorate know that this is a very very stark choice. But it's a fork in the road for Georgia. There's no question about it. What happened during a cabinet confirmation to the basis got guys out there? They're scared to death of a person. Hi, Stacey Abrams with her extreme agenda. And so we've been having great crowds everywhere. Right on my phone raising money from N state where sixty five pursuit of Herbert me has come from out of state. And look it's the big dollars that this drive and hurts her now given over a billion dollars probably more Michael Bloomberg throwing millions of dollars into the state of Georgia. This election cycle socialist being there. Dire dire. Yes. Given three hundred ninety three and a half day into power something Pac that's running negative ads. And and they are funding. Get out the vote effort. I mean, she has built a national fundraising base over the last five or six years. She's got all the tools that we've seen before from Chicago, New York, California. I mean, people are sending postcards asking voters Stacey Abrams in California and Oregon. So that is the army that she's got this pushing their people out to vote. So we gotta make sure that our folks to do the same thing and get to the polls in Kashmir bound. We cannot have one single person that voted in the two thousand presidential elections for Donald Trump or for the Republican ticket to sit at home in this when we need presidential light turnout. That's what. Well, I tell them I am nine twenty audience the answer audience in my Athens, Georgia. I am I got stations all over Georgia to get out there for Brian Kemp vote early. If you can't I gotta ask you about one thing. I argue with the Reverend Al about this stage Abrams has an f rating from the National Rifle Association an F how in the world does anyone even get close in Georgia with an app, which is the second amendment state. Well, I can promise you. Himself. They're probably scared is in the body and this election. I mean, she has a voting record of voting for. Investigation of firearms. She wanted the Georgia Bureau investigation current this gate. Arms from your home. I mean, that's just scare people to death. So there is a single second amendment supporter out there that are supporting I wouldn't know who it is. But we just got to have everyone of those individuals their family their local community. You know, folks, I go to church with we gotta get them to the polls turnout heavy and say, no to this radical agenda. So yes to somebody who's got a conservative record. That was the first business building honest. The great economy. We've got it right now. You know, reforming state government. So we can continue to cut taxes. Stacey Abrams said many times he thinks we need to raise taxes she wants to undo the tax cut. We did here last year to lower the state income tax first time history state that we've done that we were able to do that because of the federal tax cuts president pushed down. Do that. And we got to strengthen all parts of our state polluting, Georgia were hurting writing southwest Georgia where hurricane Michael came today. Today. Stacey said that you shouldn't have to go into farming. Or you know, you should be able to get a better job than that. That's how that's an outrageous stated Jordan's in Americans that we have started working in a hotel or working in a restaurant hotel owned business owners that have provided for their family agricultural industry in our state. We just had three billion dollars worth of. Hurricane. She said something like that. So we gotta put Georgia's first and also go after street gangs and criminal drug cartels. She's voted against upper penalties for street gangs. She voted against opportunities that we've had in Georgia to go after sexual predators. These are the people that are buying our children for sex. She this is this is a radical agenda. Altarpiece those California left wing radical billionaires refunding lurking in thing Brian camp. You've done a great job as secretary of state hanging in there finished, strong, keep that lead and come back on the Hugh Hewitt Show. And all my in nine twenty the answer listeners get out there and vote for Brian Kemp as soon as you can break him. Thank you. Time from eight I love talking to governor candidates like talking to Doug Ducey. Arizona governor candidates know their state. They really do Doug ducey's crushing David Garcia in Arizona. And I think Brian Kemp's going to win handily in Georgia and Rhonda Santa's in.
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"From the very beginning there seemed to be a real risk this case might never be solved the women that shirts till police they hadn't recognized the killer and they saw no sign that herald swain had recognized him either and at this was someone with no connection to waverley someone who's just passing through at the time how would they ever be found the killer might have just left the church gotten in his car and then kept on driving never to return noties the crime scene of the victims before the killing noties after and just so long as the person never told anyone else about what had happened how could they ever be found the maybe that person had talked and if they had the best way to solve the case would be to get the word out as wide as possible that's unsolved mysteries comes into play the segment was called slain swing in a first aired november nineteen eighty three and a half years after the murders in the early days this show at least it's first few seasons before it gave way to demands for better acting unsolved mysteries prided itself and its realism as opening credits put announce whenever possible the actual family members and police officials have participated in recreating these events they would use actual case witnesses to reunite the crimes future in the show and they would use the actual crime scene locations as their backdrop and when shown kind of evidence the police found they would use the actual crime scene evidence these glasses they're not an unsolved mysteries episode robert stack standing in a police department or studio set designed to look like a police department in holding of a pair of glasses to the camera he's holding them in his bare hands he slow the folds them and fidget some of the earpieces before folding the glasses back up again with a snap lenses thick service park my wealthy they drunk by the killer i already knew the scene existed when i first down to watch the episode but i still cringe actually saw it those glasses were one of the most critical pieces of evidence in the whole case and there they were being waived around on screen by td hosts like some kind of prop but those were not a prop those were the real glasses in the crime scene that night lying on the vestibule floor inches from where herald sanded fallen with one of the lenses popped out of the frames special agent joe gregory lead investigator from the georgia bureau investigation had been assigned the case explained the interview unsolved mysteries why those glasses were so important at the case to lasts one to determine the other pair no one the glasses weren't herald and they weren't thelma's and since they don't seem to be many other options for who else could was to pair of glasses in the rising baptist church that's that night the obvious inference is that they belong to the killer and special agent gregory the glasses give us some insight into who the killer might have been good reaction i had was a transit go the glasses appear to belong to a person who did not have enough money to properly maintain glasses to buy glasses when they aided we don't know where this classes are now they went missing at some point in the nineties or at least the best we can tell did and there's been a lot of finger pointing all around 'bout who exactly is to blame situation but while it's frustrating concerning anytime of goes missing case here at least there may be some cold comfort be had from the fact that those glasses clearly wouldn't be any good for any sort of dna testing even did have them or if they were found and dna testing was done on them there's also would probably just show that stack was the killer at the end of the unsolved mysteries episode there wasn't appeal from robert stack to listeners if you know something say something call it in someone somewhere knows the truth upset someone is watching rex there was no shortage of callers and what many of the resulting tips may have lacked in quality they certainly made up for it in quantity but despite robert stack presenting the case to the entire nation unsolved mysteries would not lead to a break in the case or at least not right away.
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"Representing your family in a lawsuit against pruitt health pruitt health operate shepherds i'll nursing home so we're talk about scabies but if you look at the pictures of her skin looks like erskine could've been peeled off it was so deteriorated and so forensic pathologist dr chris bury former chief medical center at the georgia bureau investigation reviewed said he's autopsy report he says he personally conducted more than six thousand autopsies have supervised over eighty thousand others and this is one of the most horrendous things they've ever seen in their career as a forensic pathologist they estimate millions of mike were living in her at the time of death and he doesn't think it's an exaggeration to you know for people to college eaten alive they also believe that it was painful now for any of us have a relative who has had to mention or can't communicate something like this i you know hits home for any of us that don't have a relative like that a story like this scares the living daylights out of us as well all right nursing homes or notorious and infamous for these types of stories where there's neglect the problem is not all nursing homes are like that i mean the majority of nursing homes are very well run and a story like this unfortunately perpetuates the stereotype that if you put a family member to a nursing home they're going to just wither away deteriorate and in fact is that sort of a stereotype or reputation that is preventing many people from wanting to go into a nursing home later or many children from wanting to put their family member traditional i think people like you know try to take care of family members you know by themselves with nursing assistance in the house they're miserable they're not giving the the family member care or the proper care the proper movement you know getting them up trying to avoid bedsores try to avoid infections they can't do that they're not a medical facility but the tool free to put somebody to a nursing home and something like this is a major cluster you kidding me she has scabies and nobody diagnosis it nobody treats it because she has dementia she can't say anything somebody with dementia cannot express it they're in pain but they have pain you know we talked about this years ago where people have family members who wouldn't talk.
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"Young alarcon ir newscast today is saturday october 28 2017 live from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston protests are taking place across spain today in response to the central government taking direct control of catalonia demonstrators took to the streets in barcelona last night to protest independence the rallies combat day after catalan leaders has the declaration of independence the spanish government is calling for a new regional election to be held in december president trump says hill announce his nominee to head the federal reserve next week people are anxiously awaiting my decision as to who the next head of the fed will be i'll be announcer you'd sometime next week it will be a person who hopefully we'll deliver infested job the white house yesterday declined to comment on reports that jerusalem powell a member of the fed's board is trump's leading candidate current fed chair janet yellen term expires in february the president is lambing california billionaire tom style years tv and digital ad campaign calling for trump's impeachment daniel carson reports the former hedge fund manager is urging democrats in congress to take a tougher stance on impeachment in the upcoming midterm elections the one minute add accuses president trump of pushing the us towards a nuclear confrontation with north korea obstructing justice when he fired former fbi director james colmey and taking money from foreign governments link congress in zoe lose regime known as president a clear and present danger mentally unstable and learn clear welcomes nothing's dyers at also takes his message to the public he says voters should tell their members of congress to quote stopped doing what's political and start doing what's right for npr our news i'm daniel carson in pasadena california three former sheriff's deputies in washington county georgia all of them white are facing murder charges in the death of fifty eight year old black man roused hurrell from member station w a b e in atlanta has more the georgia bureau investigation says.
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"Many department's going that way because they understand importance of being transparent as they can be here at rochester police department if there's a officer involved shooting were there's a death department rochester police department don't investigate themselves in lower that's the attorney general's office had come out of all many in the state of georgia where most recently chief is the same thing there officer involved shooting indicator police department to georgia bureau investigation comes in it creates transparency it allows for the community to be able to to to feel a lot better about what what has taken place as opposed to this whole notion of the fact that there's this whole blue wall and let me speak to that for a moment as well to is that you have police officers out here every day across this country who themselves do not tolerate bad behaviour from other officers in these are the stories that you don't care about this is not some secret clandestine operation of officers that have join circle their wagons to go against a community what we're seeing today and i think we have to talk about in the here and now what we're seeing today is more police departments that are becoming more transparent and yes some departments are further alone and others but i can attest to the fact i talked a chiefs in this country every day while the way tomorrow when you talk about when you talk about the transparency and departments in at us there are officers who will not tolerate bad behaviour among their ranks right i've never heard of one i can name plenty of black people who've been shot by police or killed by police michael brown sandra bland eric garner to mirror rice and on and on and on who have been killed under spurrier circumstances i can't think of one police officer who has gone public like public public.
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"And that's military history for today it is time for the armed america report it's always here for a while freedom believes strong when you're reds keeping their ounces protection of yourself when your family listen folks evil exists somebody evil will visit your door we'll be ready if you're not now it's time to start looking into it and learning to skills necessary to protect the what you love what store this week colonel being confined to a wheelchair doesn't mean you can't protect yourself as occasion georgia indicates it is able vietnam veteran used a gun to fend off a home and kruger after the inner forced his way into the veteran's home georgia bureau investigation authorities said the homeowner shot when the outsider lunch toward him after again introduce a residence the board hits a suspect in the chest the bag i ran away after being shot but he collapsed outside the homes pronounced dead after being taken to the hospital thanks colonel this scenario covers an important but not often talked about pick related to personal offense for most healthy and do it torrey people they have the option of either fight or flight but what do you do when you can fleeting due to physical disability according to the united states center spiro went twenty four team there were over nine million civilian veterans ages sixty five years and over living in the community over three and a half million of those were individuals with disabilities that's a lot of people have limited options for personal offense this particular man was confined to wheelchair and a case like this you're opportunity for running or hiding is pretty limited this man from georgia had two options he could totally comply with a home invaders or he could fight back he chose the latter option this concept of limited mobility is been made real to me the past six months as i struggle with back related injuries now i understand at a personal and experience a level but some people have to stand and fight and they will likely need the benefit of a firearm to prevail in most physical altercations i fifty eight year old man with back problems were a man in a wheelchair.