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"grogan" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

04:18 min | Last month

"grogan" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"I say you get grogan to the hospital, just load him in one of our cars and get him to the hospital, and I'll stay here and deal with the officer involved shooting that I'm assuming had just happened. So he grabs grogan and starts to turn, takes him, he's walking him across the street. I turn and I take a step or two up the driveway. And all of the sudden I just hear boom, boom, boom, boom, more gunshots. Coming from within the house. And at this point, it's continuous. It doesn't stop. So my mind shifts again, I realize, okay, it's not a dead suspect in the home. It's still an active shooting and the suspect's still in there. So I go rushing up the driveway. I know that it's upstairs. I come through the carport, and I start up the stairs. And, you know, the cool thing about training and when you train the right way and different things is, it kicks in in the times when you need it to kick in. And as I'm starting up these four steps to get to the upstairs, just naturally without even thinking it, I just stop. And I realize, I can't just charge into the house around the corner into the unknown. You know, who knows where the bullets are flying. So I start to do a technique. You guys are familiar with it, but called slice the pie, where essentially your peaking around the corner slowly so that you can figure out what's going on before you enter the room. And as I'm doing that, what I see is, I see Jared Frank and Casey Burrell and other guy on our team, standing over in that half little hallway that leads into the other hallway where grogan had been shot. But there are standing in that half hallway. And I didn't see Jared exchanging shots with anyone, but I could tell that that's what had happened that he had been being shot at and had probably shooting back. But what I saw was he was bringing his arm up his gun hand, and he had a Glock, and I saw the glocks slide was locked back. Indicating that he had just ran out. And he said, I'm out, which would indicate to Casey the way we would train would be now Casey would step in front of him and basically cover him why Jared reloads. So that's what I'm seeing happen is that arms coming up. He says I'm out. And all of a sudden, again, it's all happened so quick. I'm explaining it. It takes a few minutes, but we're talking fractions of a fraction of a second. All of a sudden, Casey and Jared just get shot up. What had happened is his suspect had heard them. I think he had heard them say I'm out. Now that bedroom was only less than 6 feet away again this house is super small. So less than 6 feet away for that other hallway. So he comes charging down the hallway as Casey shuffling past Jared, they're in that little small hallway that led into the other hallway and they're just sitting ducks. And he's able to just walk run past him within 18 inches, two feet. And just shoots him. Casey who was starting to shuffle in front of Jared, he gets shot in the stomach, below his vest, kind of him over a little. He gets shot directly center mass in his chest, which luckily had his best on in that stop that. And then he gets shot a third time directly in the forehead.

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"grogan" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

03:03 min | Last month

"grogan" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"The house. So I assumed that he might be going out of the back. So I come running up the stairs through the carport and turn, and I post up in the backyard. And I'm expecting to see someone maybe bailing out of a window, and I'm going to confront him in the backyard. And from this point right here, it's dead silent. I don't hear any more screaming. There's no more gunshots at all. And I sit in the backyard, not very long. Just a moment or two. Well, while I was doing that, Draper was yelling at everyone, get out of the house, you know, out, out, get out, and they were all filtering out behind me. And we're starting to set up a perimeter, had called and were requesting back up and doing all the things that they were supposed to be doing. But because it's the nature of these things and the way they unfold so fast and everything, you don't see and understand, just because you're there doesn't mean you know exactly the whole thing that's happening. So I don't see anyone in the backyard. I turn, I know that the shooting's upstairs. So now I'm trying to figure out what's going on. I start to come in. I go through the carport and I start to take a step back into the house with my intent was to go back to the upstairs and figure out what's going on. And as I do that, grogan comes running through the kitchen. I'm not even in the house yet. I'm just stepping through the doorway and he's holding his face with both of his hands, and it's obvious that he's been shot through the face. Now the crazy thing again about grogan is the way that he was able to assess the situation. You know, he was in that bathroom, shot in the face, and he looks around, and he sees a bathroom window, and he realizes that Windows too small, I'm not going to be able to escape out of it. So I'm literally trapped in here. And he wasn't just going to lay there and died. You know, he had shot back. And now there's a lull, and he had enough presence of mind to jump up and rush through the home because he wasn't just going to lay there. And be a victim. So as he's coming through the kitchen, he crashes up against a wall. He's bleeding all over, you know, head wounds obviously bleed a lot. He can't talk to me. So I grab him. Well, there's no more shooting going on. So at that particular time, my focus is on my guy. I mean, I knew his fiance at the time. They're married now, knew his kids. And I'm assuming that, okay, the him and the bad guy had a shoot out, grogan got hit, but he must have killed the bad guy. I mean, just your mind fills in the blanks when you don't know. So I grab him, he's able to walk. I'm helping to walk him and kind of help get him outside, get him down to the end of the driveway. And Steve zacardi, the guy that sergeant that was on light duty, had been waiting across the street. He comes running up, and he's like, what's going on? And I don't know. I think they must have shot him. We have this quick conversation basically that I think that the suspects in the house dead, we can't wait for an ambulance.

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"grogan" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

04:47 min | Last month

"grogan" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"He stops, and he says support. What that means is, is for someone else, he's not going to move any further into the home until someone else on the team comes up, taps him on the shoulder, lets him know, hey, you're not alone. And then they will turn and move into the new to that new section of the home. So that's what's happening, grogan taps calls support, Derek Draper, taps him on the shoulder, and they turn and start moving down the hallway. And as they're moving down the hallway, they're still calling out police, identifying themselves. Their servants are grogan says that end of the hallway was the bedroom and the bedroom door was mostly closed. It was maybe open about ten inches. The home was dark. The light in the kitchen was on, which was backlighting us, but this portion of the home was dark, and again, this is happening upstairs. I'm not part of it. I'm downstairs looking at the girl. But what happens is this grogan's moving his way down to that last bedroom. And as he goes to push the door open, all of the sudden a hand comes around the corner. Not the person or anything just a hand. And point blank is holding a 9 millimeter beretta. And it is right in broken space. I mean, you're talking two inches at the most. It's just point blank in his face. Obviously what had happened is the suspect was in the house, and was waiting, and was hearing them and knew when they were coming, so as he starts to open that door, he was just waiting around the corner and sticks the gun right in his face, and pulls the trigger. Now the thing that saves grogan's life is, is he flinches a little bit slightly turns his head. So as that shot goes off, it goes through kind of at an angle and shatters his jaw and goes through his jaw. But rather than take it dead on in the face, which would have clipped his brain stem and killed him, just that slight little flinch saves him. So he shot through the face, he falls into a little bathroom that was right there. I mean, just a tiny little bathroom. And Derek Draper is right behind him. Derek Draper sees the gun come around the corner and what he does is falls backwards and lands on his back and the couple of shots go right over the top of his head. And then grogan, I mean, this is absolutely amazing story. I mean, on his part, and the guy shot through the head, he easily could have just, I mean, I think most people would have just laid there and died. That's not who grogan is. He is not going to just go without a fight. He can't see the suspect, and he's in the bathroom, but he has an idea of where he believes the suspect is. So he starts shooting through the wall at the suspect where he believes the suspect is. And Draper does the same thing. He lands on his back. Luckily, the shots missed him, but he knows that the suspect was right around that corner when he stuck the gun around the corner.

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"grogan" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:44 min | Last month

"grogan" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"We worked so hard that they didn't get their vacations during the year. And so a lot of people would be sitting on user loose, happened every year. So guys were like, hey, I'm going to burn my vacation down. I'm going to take some time off for Christmas, which is what pretty much everyone did. So the unit pretty much shut down that month of December between Hawaii and the holidays. So it's about the last week of December, somewhere probably around the 28th or so of December. I came into work most of the guys were still on vacation, but as I came in, there was two guys. Jason banner war for another guy named Sean grogan. It's probably about 1 o'clock in the afternoon. And they were putting on some gear to identify themselves as police. Jackets, raid stuff, type stuff. So I asked him, I said, hey, what are you guys doing? And they said, oh, we're going to go catch up on all of these. We call them tea cases or tip cases from the hotline that came in. They're going to, we're going to go catch up on a lot of our tea cases that have been sitting here that we've basically. Yeah, I couldn't get to. And without having the whole team there to do some of the bigger things that we would do, this was a perfect time to go out and kind of catch up on those. So I said, hey, I'll jump in with you. Let me go grab my stuff. So I went and geared up as well. Put it on everything to show that we're police officers. Because we were a lot of times we were undercover. We had the long beards and different things like that. But so we gear up, jump in one of the cars and we start driving. And I said, hey, where are we going to first? And Vander works says, well, I have this case that this guy is supposedly growing. Weed in his basement. And he tells me the details, you know, came in in September and all the details we talked earlier. A couple of 15, 20, 30 plants in his basement. He's harvesting it. And so on. So the plan was, as we would head up to the house, we're dressed as police. We're trying to be police. And we're going to do what's called a knock and talk. We're essentially you just go up, you make contact with the suspect, and you talk your way into the house. And get him to just basically give you your drugs, give him give you his drugs without having to get a search warrant or anything like that.

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"grogan" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"grogan" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast

"Immediately he noted the same ligature marks says the rest and he was the first to point out that likely these guys might be necrophiliac. Says well oh. He said he just thought they really tracks with I think they were. I think they definitely were raping these women after they'd killed them. Okay now he believed after the murders that they were not just packing them up and bringing them somewhere that they were keeping them for at least like a little bit not days but like ours. Yeah fuck and he could see needle marks on. This spot aren't right which is new. So this was the body of christina. Wexler obviously christina. I wanna talk about her in life. Now she was an honor. Student at the pasadena. Art center for design She was very well liked. She was ambitious as fuck. She was also quiet and just a hard worker She kept her apartment like super neat. She laid out her clothing for the next day as well as her pajamas for the evening. Well thought like she's very like sh- and she also was a future thinker. Yeah here's what. I'm going to do tomorrow right. And it's like she never likes. You may have had her like clogging laying on her bed. No she did she. When detective grogan went into the apartment to. That's how he saw all things laid out for the next day. Can you also having that job. Like going in this. Just like realizing link. She was thinking about tomorrow. Like three seconds before she answered the door to kenneth beyond exactly beyond bianchi in when they were in there to Detective grogan said. He saw like this drafting table completely. Set up with everything laid out to just create amazing like and he was like for some reason that like really got to me because it was like this was her she would sit there and just do these amazing thing and she was giving something to the world exactly. They also found a diary that was filled with art filled with thoughts and all the thoughts were about her mazing life and how much she loved her friends and family. It was literally just these thoughts. And like i love. My family dislike lucky. She's just so fun. Happy here's art. So detective grogan Was so upset by how alive and like full of character..

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Updating The Numbers with eMarketer Co-Founder Geoff Ramsey

AdExchanger Talks

08:30 min | 1 year ago

Updating The Numbers with eMarketer Co-Founder Geoff Ramsey

"Am so pleased to have as my guest. Jeff ramsey the co founder of emarketer and chief evangelist for insider intelligence. Jeff is a veteran of the attic. She'd your stage and we are going to talk on this podcast about the numbers. You should be paying attention to in the year head and the stories behind those numbers but before we get into jets predictions for the rest of twenty twenty one. I wanted to talk about twenty twenty. We saw so much change because of the pandemic and i'm sure that wreaked havoc on your predictions. Jeff well Yeah twenty. Twenty is year a lot of people would like to forget but we can go back and revisit that certainly in a busy year for our forecasters are forecasters busy themselves with excel spreadsheets Calibrating and then recalibrating numbers at a dizzying pace based on new information. That's coming in and certainly during last year we saw a lot of changes particularly with the consumer and So then ensued a ton of revisions to our projections that would normally last for you know at least eight nine ten twelve fourteen months You know we we were. We were spinning our wheels so fast. It's a wonder we didn't come off the tracks Biggest places where you had to revise those numbers Assure i think the biggest area without doubt was the area of e-commerce and we're gonna get into that in a little bit but if if anybody in the audience is thinking to themselves e commerce you think about about that. We'll think about your activity over the last year. And if you haven't done more door dash or grubhub or i'm not going to the store and never mind that. There's you know a massive winter storm that we're now seeing people are jew. Were just afraid to go to malls all this data and statistics were talking about you. Know people were a lot of most people. Were taking this seriously and mask or not. It was more comfortable. Felt more safe to order from home Whether it be on your desktop laptop or your mobile device so i would say the biggest set of numbers are the biggest changes in our set of numbers were in the e commerce space space and where we netted out to give a kind of a tip of the hat to twenty twenty is ecommerce sales grew by something like thirty two percent in twenty twenty versus twenty nine thousand nine due to the lockdown measures in the fact that we are all self isolated and just to put that into perspective If you look at non ecommerce sales that's that's the that's the the that's like the rhinoceros compared to the flea of ecommerce right but if you look at total retail says we're talking somewhere in the order of almost six trillion dollars right if you look at ninety commerce sales. They slipped by negative Three point two percent in two thousand and twenty. They might grow again predicting grogan this year but it actually slipped by over three percent and yet total commerce. Total retail sales grew why because of e-commerce growing a significant thirty two percent. So we some people said that we have Grown e commerce On original predictions something. We've advanced something like two or three years ahead of where we would normally be an and the trains left attracts. The growth rate is gonna go way way down. It's going to continue to grow some bets. That's the biggest change that we've seen. Yes i can. I can validate that anecdotally. In terms of how much ivan purchasing on amazon as well is kind of a lot of new e commerce stores. I was trying out to get you know farm to table food delivery and that kind of thing personally but that that's where my taste lies and you know you're making me hungry. Zony sales are seeing so many sales are moving to online. It makes me wonder you know one. What does that mean for all these digital advertising companies that kind of our that point right before you hit by And as well as how much time people must be spending online consumers platforms before they go on to you now. Consumed their dinner via door dash. Sir you know what that's a really good place it to really dig into because you know if i were say a a number two area where forecasters had to continually busied themselves. With reaching recalibrating. Numbers was in the area of time spent so let me just puts in perspective on that because i think most of us realize having or locked in an apartment or a house we start to go a little bit stir crazy. So what do we look to. We looked to digital activities to you know suck up our time and so a couple of things with these since cove it. Americans have increased the time that they spend with all media cross online and offline by about an hour and five minutes a day. So it's over thirteen hours a day. We're spending with media now. I do need to put a little caveat there thirteen hours you might be thinking. Wow that's a lot of time. And that's that's half the twenty four hours you know that are in a day. But it includes double-counting for multitasking. 'cause i don't think there's any of us on the planet that don't were we're watching. Tv have another device in our hand. We're doing something else right. And because we never know in the second or nanoseconds time where attention is fleeting from one. St the other way that attention actually lies. We have to double count that figure. So if you're spending an hour watching tv and you're on your mobile phone that whole time we have to double count That that our so it becomes two hours if that makes any sense so we're spending an extra hour a day and almost all of that Ghosts to digital so just to give some perspective before cove it we were spending. This is pretty pretty significant amount. We're spending about half a little over half of our day. Six hours and forty nine minutes a day Doing digital stuff alive. It was mobile. was streaming but then we went from six hours forty nine minutes in two thousand nineteen the pandemic hits and we go up by a an hour and a minute to seven hours and fifty minutes a day with digital And we think that digital time is going to continue to increase by twenty twenty two. We'll be spending eight hours a day with digital which was a little frightening for maybe some parents as they think of their kids. Because this is on average and if you think of kids and teens and it's probably way more than eight hours day so as we net out digital time now counts for roughly sixty percent of adults a total daily time spent with media and another area within within digital of course streaming Were all streaming more and when you think of time spent with streaming whether you thinking connected. Tv's court cutting or cord nevers. That's my favorite. Group is like college students who never will never have paid for a traditional pay. Tv subscription. why would they win. Their parents are basically donating their netflix account to their kids And then you got. Ot subscription activities with netflix amazon prime. And so on so. These numbers really shot way past our original pre covid estimates and so where we netted out. Was it in twenty. Twenty one time spent with digital video will have risen by thirty three minutes or over half an hour per day and so now we're spinning If we're looking at digital video time said about two hours and nineteen minutes And that's up from an hour and forty six minutes and twenty nine thousand nine but just a quick reality check. And then i'll let you jump in here. Reality check is that you might be thinking with all this streaming and so on that people are spending on average more time with digital video than they are with linear tv. But that's not quite yet. The case are estimated that traditional. Tv whether you're watching broadcasts abc cbs. Or you're watching a cable. Channel or direct access is is sixty percent of the time we spend with. A video is with traditional tv

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"grogan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"grogan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Years was the pro at country. Just a moment. I won't allow this man to be the scorekeeping. He doesn't look on to me. Who is this fat slump. This is mr scott grogan. This is my boss. Glad to meet you scanning to banja lost. What do you mean i lost. We haven't started to play yet. Don't argue with me. According to the squawk on harris won the game watt scorecard. The one i filled out after i placed ten thousand on harris to win. Don't tell me that you bet. Ten thousand on me to win quickly spread out all over the country. I bet to grand in los angeles one saint lowest twenty chicago to and philadelphia and three in the nothing an in boston. No i've been banned in boston broken. You shouldn't have bet on me. Because i'm going to lose all. He's going to lose his own harris jokes like that. Make my trigger finger rich finger. We just found something readily we never dreamed we had just. Where is that located. Are you threatening me with your trigger finger. Why heavens to mortis mortenson scottie. Maybe we ought to call game off on. Yeah that's okay with me. I know came with me. I got ten grand riding on harris to win this game and a better win. now take off. That's all yester- but i insist we play this fair and square. We'll naturally just won't be playing marcus of grogan rule. I'll put this ball down and you wait a minute. Wait a minute grogan. I'm supposed to tee off. I don't touch that ball. Harris why not add nitroglycerine it the blow you back to do what did he..

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"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

The Face Radio

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

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"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

The Face Radio

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

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"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

The Face Radio

23:39 min | 1 year ago

"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

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"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

The Face Radio

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

"Welcome back to the funky sixteen corners. Radio show here on the face radio. I'm your host. Larry gregory money when i'm done stay tuned for the junction with matt price in olympia. Freelance fiend with shaper taking the end of your live broadcast here on the face. Radio the soul of brooklyn and we got started with a cool on the show stoppers philadelphia most famous rain. Nothing but a house party in their wreckage released here in the united states on showtime in heritage but that is a record that was only released in the uk. They were kind of on the leading edge of the rare soul scene. They were sort of embraced by british audiences before northern soul was technically thing and were touring in the uk in the late nineteen sixties net amazing song harper's released in the uk on the beacon label in nineteen sixty eight colon. That never made it out here in the united states. As far as i know that clyde mcfadden guy better known for his record with drifters and a song called in my tenement re recorded in one thousand nine hundred eighty four for mercury. Also done by rosie greer around that time by jackie. Shane up in canada. Really cool song A little bit of a an earlier feel to it but I'm always interested in those sort of do ophira people Working in the sole vein later on. Never that george guests and no matter what on pearl harbor from seventy four philadelphia side. That record has haunted me for years. I love it. It has really good sort of northern soul. Dance for sound to it but it sounds to me like the rhythm track to something that was used somewhere else and i've never been able to discover where it's not the rhythm track to the other side of that particular forty five. I bought it because it looked interesting. And ended up sounding interesting as well from nineteen seventy-one on the pearl harbor label after that homer banks one of my all time favorites and round the clock lover man on minute from nineteen sixty eight closed. I said with the greatly. Dorsey little bay on amy. From nineteen sixty eight written and produced by analysts who sought and you can hear al danzig backup on that forty five and everything by dorsey is going to be funky from now. On as as demand sets it'd be dug this week's funky sixteen corners radio show. We hear every monday night from eight to nine pm on the face radio and i believe you is. I always do reminding you that we'd like to make happy light. Get your feet moving. We always ask you to keep the faith.

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"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

The Face Radio

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

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"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

The Face Radio

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

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"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

The Face Radio

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

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"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

The Face Radio

14:50 min | 2 years ago

"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

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"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

The Face Radio

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

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"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

The Face Radio

12:23 min | 2 years ago

"grogan" Discussed on The Face Radio

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"grogan" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"grogan" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"Which is why we fight against it. so much. right is is because it's so dangerous. Kevin what's without from your perspective one of the biggest challenges this year well I guess coming out of the rut of being comfortable you know before coded this ad his routine goal. And you know we have one that still in highschool our youngest and You know a descent. Everything's set in place. Like i like it. you know. this is what. I traveled a session. This is our home. Should be and that was disrupted like overnight. You know where we were looking at home schooling and six year old which having to see him on a regular basis kid but i and then also to with with rachel and jews the unknown And then your daughters in college. He still lives with us. So we were just kinda boxed in you know we were looking at each other's wow i love you. Bet i don't know if i like you as much as i should know so. It was just It was we were put to the test on on mike community in the home and You know this really kind kinda come together as a family. I mean it wasn't Trying to say that it was all bad by any means we definitely were able to Connect more stuff like that. But he was just. It was changed for us as young yet at and You know it was. It was kind of challenge yet. I shot a lawyer. What about you is a little bit different So as an organization we've been still doing programs or trying to get programs online and because of the pandemic programs had to be shut down commitments that were made by applicants we had to. I'm trying to assist John davis case coordinator trying to get recruitments of guys come into another program and on the applicant side. You know they kind of just lose. Motivation had his expectations of coming to a program because of the pandemic just trying to get that recommitment and just coming up with ways to keep those guys going was a real challenge for me. And the team. That i'm helping out our outreach coordinator neil grogan and up -cations coordinator John davis yeah punter ear the the youngest guy on on this call But you're also kind of the unattached guy which i think is an interesting perspective. My my kids but for those that don't need. I have a twenty one year old nineteen year old and to see them go through. This season has been very different than watching. You know other people go through it because of what's important in your priorities and those kind of things what has been one of the biggest challenges for you.

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Searching for Treatments

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

05:43 min | 2 years ago

Searching for Treatments

"First let's talk about how our government officials are describing a drug called chloroquine. This has been something that's been around for many years. Been phenomenon strong powerful drug for malaria. But we think it might work on. This chloroquine is used to treat malaria and has been around for decades but it has not been approved as a treatment for the corona virus. Here's C. N. N.'s medical analysts and infectious disease specialist. Dr Selene Gander. This is not a slam dunk. This is early promising research. But that doesn't mean this is GonNa work. The president also tweeted over the weekend. That a related drug hydroxy chloroquine in combination with an antibiotic commonly known as Z pack. Could become game changers. This is largely based on a small study in France that excluded some people who either left the hospital stopped taking the drug due to side effects or got worse including one person who died. We still don't have enough evidence that these drugs are effective in humans. That's why in some states. They are beginning to experiment. Hydroxy chloroquine which the president speaks about his optimistic about and we hope for optimistic results. Also were actually starting back today. That's New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. He recently announced that the state had procured thousands of doses of chloroquine hydroxy chloroquine and would begin trials. Starting Tuesday the state will begin testing another experimental treatment using the plasma of people who have recovered. It's called convalescent. Serum what it does is it takes the plasma from a person who has been infected with the virus processes the plasma and injects the antibodies into a person who is sick. The other drug name being floated around is an antiviral called. Ramda's Aveer it's already been tested on adults diagnosed with the krona virus in the United States and China director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Dr Robert Redfield discuss trimmed reservoir in congressional testimony earlier this month. We're GONNA know probably by April whether that drug works or not and that's important because that's a drug that can save lives if it works. Gilead Sciences which manufacturers Davir is pulling back on emergency requests for the drug due to overwhelming demand. The company is instead focusing. Its efforts on giving out the drug in clinical trials hoping to prove its effectiveness against Kovic. Nineteen I want to reiterate that we don't know how effective any of these treatments will be while a number of patients have already received drugs like chloroquine and Rim desert. It's too early to know how much of an impact the drugs actually had. That's why doctors are conducting studies in the United States China. And all over the world to better understand what happens when you give these drugs to a covert patient. Getting the results could take months. And in the meantime we have to be careful about creating false hope. A man in Arizona has died. After ingesting. Chloroquine phosphate believing that it would prevent him from contracting virus. Banner Health a company that operates acute care. Hospitals released a statement on Monday confirming that a man in Arizona had died. After taking a form of chloroquine used to clean aquariums. His wife is currently in critical care. Nbc News spoke to the wife who said they learned of the drugs connection to corona virus during a news conference on TV in Nigeria. Health officials issued a warning about chloroquine saying three people overdosed on the drug after hearing it described as a possible treatment. I can't stress enough. How vital it is that you don't use or consume anything unless specifically recommended by your doctor. You are likely to soon hear other drug names mentioned as well Nevin Creggan. A senior investigator at the Gladstone Institute of Data Science and Biotechnology in San Francisco worked on a study published last weekend that identified sixty nine existing drugs that could be tested against the corona virus in total. We identified three hundred thirty two proteins talking to or connected to the corner viral proteins and we identified a sixty nine different drugs and compounds that are known to target at least one of these three hundred thirty two a proteins and this corresponds to twenty seven different. Fda approved drugs and the remaining are in clinical or preclinical. Trials Croghan said testing out drugs. That are already. Fda approved could drastically speed up the process of finding a treatment that is safe and effective for humans. And then there's the prospect of a vaccine experts. Say One wouldn't be ready this year. Vaccine Trials take months or years in order to be proven safe and effective for humans and there are multiple stages of those trials but Grogan is optimistic that the global response from scientists now will set a precedent for getting to a solution faster in the future for me. I would argue. That will be seen as a new carradine of how to do science. And I hope we're setting up an infrastructure here that could be beneficial not just for covert nineteen but for the future for covert twenty two Kobe. Twenty four or whatever virus comes online over the next several years and they will be coming our best protection for now social distancing washing our hands looking out for ourselves and our loved ones trying to help out wherever we can and behaving like we might have the virus.

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Trump rolls out policies that would push federal funds to religious groups and advance prayer in public schools

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:59 min | 3 years ago

Trump rolls out policies that would push federal funds to religious groups and advance prayer in public schools

"The president's marking national religious freedom day with a reminder the public school students have constitutional rights to prayer and they could risk losing federal funds if those rights are not protected and peers rank or doing years reports the White House says it's not changing existing laws will plans to update those already on the books president trump will host a group of Christian Jewish and Muslim students who say they face discrimination at school in an exclusive interview with NPR the director of the White House domestic policy council Joe Grogan said provisions that protects student prayer have been eroded over time by hostility toward religion or trying across the board to invite religious institutions and people of faith back into the public square and say look your views are just as valid as anybody else's and by the way they're protected by the first amendment to the constitution the event comes as trump works to boost support among evangelical Christians before the twenty twenty election Franco or Dona as NPR news the

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Parliament debates Brexit deal as protesters demand new referendum

5 Things

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Parliament debates Brexit deal as protesters demand new referendum

"British lawmakers will do something very rare this weekend so rare in fact that it's only happened four times since the outbreak of World War Two sit in the House of Commons on a Saturday they will debate prime minister Boris Johnson's new deal to leave the European Union that won the King of the blocks leaders but Johnson's ruling conservative party doesn't have a majority in Britain six hundred fifty seat parliament which means in order to win support for the brexit deal Johnson will rely on votes from other parties and independent lawmakers and the three main opposition parties have pledged to vote it down Northern Ireland is also at the center of the wrote Boris Johnson may have to rely on the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party or D. U. P. for success and they have said they will not be able to support a deal as chance British law expert Joel Grogan told the Associated Press there's no certainty on how politicians will vote important at that this with me the steel is very similar theresa May's I steal the difference

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A Search For New Ways To Pay For Drugs That Cost A Mint

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:55 min | 4 years ago

A Search For New Ways To Pay For Drugs That Cost A Mint

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything. New astronomically expensive drugs are expected on the market in the next few years, and they could drive up the cost of medicine and health insurance for everyone. And here's Richard Harris reports these new treatments are gene therapies, which target certain cancers and rare diseases take, for example, hemophilia an inherited disorder that prevents person's blood from clotting properly Bork Skinner is one of about twenty thousand Americans with the condition. So when I was born treatment did not exist for him affiliated with my lifetime. I'm fifty eight years old there have been remarkable advances now gives himself daily injections of expensive medication to prevent the painful and potentially dangerous bleeding episodes Skinner says eight or nine companies. Are now working on treatments that could actually cure his underlying condition by think we could see a gene therapy in the clinics and available to patients within a couple of years. One infusion might be enough to correct the genetic flaw and give him many years. Maybe even a lifetime free from bleeding episodes in daily medication drugs that often cost hundreds of thousands of dollars per year. And so a gene therapy that costs a million dollars or even two million dollars. You could see it becoming economically viable over a couple years in terms of return of investment for a health system in certainly significant savings over a lifetime. But it could also be a big shock to the system. Gene therapy for every American with feely could cost tens of billions of dollars. Mark truce heimat MIT says a few years ago insurance companies balked at the new high price drugs to cure, hepatitis C and ended up rationing treatment with that happened for hemophilia for gene therapy came through and was re. Reasonably expensive. It would be terrible. If we treat a thousand patients year and took us ten or fifteen years to treat all those people true Symes effort at MIT called the new digs program is trying to dream up better ways to pay for expensive new long-term treatments. We're used to paying as we go for drugs with monthly bills for monthly pills. Truce I'm says, it's like paying rent on an apartment, but now with these new gene therapies, we got to take the treatment once and it can last for years, perhaps a lifetime perhaps ten years, but certainly for many years, he says, it makes more sense than to think of these drugs in terms of paying a mortgage over time for a condo rather than paying monthly rent. Plus, we have the option here not just to turn it into a mortgage payment, but make that mortgage payment contingent on whether the apartments really a good apartment or not if the roof begins to leak. Maybe we won't pay so much on the future payments. This strategy has already been put to use for one gene therapy, which treats an inherited form of blindness and a cost of eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars the company that produces that has agreed to give health insurers some money back. If a patient's vision doesn't improve enough truce I'm is eager to get funding. Schemes like this instituted now because he expects to see another three dozen new expensive therapies coming online. And just the next four years. Those include treatments called cartesian for cancer and gene therapies for diseases that up till now have had no treatment at all could be really exciting. But the could also be really expensive as were treating conditions. We never used to be able to treat. The technology seems poised to take off with hundreds of potential treatments in the pipeline. Good for health tough on the nation's health care budget at a recent conference in Washington DC, Joe Grogan from the White House office of management and budget warned that it could. Push healthcare spending over the edge. If we get a care for Alzheimer's priced at one hundred thousand dollars are million dollars. A pop were toast that could add trillions. So the cost of healthcare even of politicians dip into control drug prices. These products cost a lot to develop so they will still be expensive. Mark Skinner says we will need creative ways to manage that at the pace which gene therapies coming. I think we have no choice. I don't think the public would tolerate cure sitting on the shelf that people don't have access to a solution will require not only new ways of thinking, but new rules and regulations that govern how insurance companies and government programs pay for medical care. Richard Harris, NPR news.

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Atlanta, Attorney and Forsyth County Sheriff Office discussed on Clark Howard

Clark Howard

01:38 min | 4 years ago

Atlanta, Attorney and Forsyth County Sheriff Office discussed on Clark Howard

"Into November Associated Press projecting Missouri attorney general. Josh Hollywood's the Republican Senate primary to face democratic Senator Claire mccaskill AP projects Michigan attorney. General Bill Schutte wins the Republican governors primary Chuck. Sivertsen ABC, news right now seventy four degrees In Atlanta isolated, thunderstorms diminishing, tonight becoming partly cloudy low seventy-five mix of clouds and sun with, a forty percent chance of showers tomorrow highs ninety one Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast, is coming up Breaking news first I this is w. SP twenty four, hour continuing news New Mexico. Sheriff says searchers have found. The remains of a small boy on the property, worth authorities raided a makeshift compound in search of a missing Clayton county child towels county sheriff Jerry ho. Graphs said today thorns are awaiting a positive I d of the remains that were found. Atlanta police update the investigation into a shooting death on, I twenty last week they're looking for a mystery woman they're looking for a woman who may have been on. A date with the, shooting victim you don't, believe that she is involved in the, homicide but any time line she can give us or any other information she could give us would be extremely beneficial it's believed the woman whoever she is match shooting. Victim, Rodriguez Casteel a dating app and they've been do a pair of restaurants in Decatur earlier in the evening how, the car later ended up stopped at the interstate at MLK drive is, another mystery Chris Chandler WSB and the search continues for a nineteen year old man who vanished after a jog along the chattahoochee the Forsyth county sheriff Office says Byron Grogan went for a run around nine pm Monday near chattahoochee point park off. Of, Atlanta road, his car's been found but he has not WSB news time.

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