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Detroit police officer charged with assault after journalists shot with rubber bullets, injured
"In Detroit Abilities. Corporal is facing three Felonious assault charges after firing rubber bullets at photo journalists they were covering a black lives matter Protest. Wayne County Prosecutor's office says 32 year old Daniel Bonobo was unprovoked when he fired at those three Police chief James Craig today says Detroit police launched the investigation after hearing this from news outlets to remember that we have a a youthful workforce. And I don't know of a time in the recent past that we've had to deal with violent protesters. Now. Investigators say the photojournalists were wearing press credentials and had asked across the street before they were shot with rubber bullets. Polonius assault charge carries a penalty of up to four years in jail on each of
Tense protests erupt after Detroit officers shoot, kill man who fired on them
"Energy behind the ongoing protests in the city of Detroit renewed on Friday after a fatal shooting, involving an officer near San Juan and mcnichols on Detroit's west side. The protests built up as rumors spread across social media of Hakeem Little Tins. And the rumored 'cause that a teenager was shot in the back of the head execution style protesters marched from the Bagley neighborhood through the university district to the police precinct on seven mile near Woodward that spurred Detroit police to release body Cam footage from the officer within hours. It show that the incident in fact did not happen. As was rumored on social media, the video showed that the suspect reached for a gun in his pocket and shot I at a police officer at close range. Other officers are on the scene. Then fatally shot the twenty year old littleton. The whole thing escalated in less than five seconds at the time. Littleton associate who police say is a suspected gang member was being arrested on an outstanding warrant for distributing drugs. Protests were then subdued by whether and the realization that they came together over misinformation, widely shared on social media that police shot an unarmed teenager. Protests resumed Saturday with an attendance of about one hundred Detroit. Police chief James Craig called the officer involved a hero while critics say. Say the police don't have the strength and don't know how to engage with citizens in a way that's focused on de escalating conflict
Detroit police kill man they say fired first; tensions rise
"And killed a man, but they see officers did not fire until the suspect opened fire on them. First, I close range Detroit Police chief James Craig says police video backs his officers account. When you see the video, I would estimate that the suspect was probably Two at most three feet from The officer. You also see that as Mr Littleton raised the gun in his left hand, he was pointing directly. Att, the head of the officer Frank says police were trying to arrest Hakeem Littleton on an outstanding warrant. Acting
Detroit Police Release Body-Cam Video After Officer Fatally Shoots Black Man
"Detroit's police chief, responding to accusations after a man killed by police near San Juan and West McNichols, Friday afternoon, the chief just wrapped up a press conference. You heard it right here on W W J showing Dash Cam and Bodycam video of what took place leading up to the deadly shooting city beat reporter Dicky Thompson at the press conference and joins us live with the latest. Good evening, Vicky. And Good evening Zack, that news conference just wrapping up here at Public safety headquarters, Detroit police chief James Craig releasing Dashcam and body Cam video of the fatal shooting of Hakim, Littleton on six mile and San Juan. He says Darnell Sylvester was being arrested on an outstanding warrant and was being arrested with no resistance when Littleton pulled a weapon. And fired four shots, one at the head of an officer. As officers were taken. Mr Sylvester into custody. Mr. Littleton began to reach in his left cargo pants pocket again. As we play the video several times. You will see that A witness at the scene told investigators that Mr Littleton stated I'm not going to say an exact Burbage, but basically that you're not going to take my man. In other words, interpretation is take him into custody. He then drew a handgun from his left pocket, Mr Littleton, then fire a shot. That one of our police officers at close range, narrowly missing him. He also says three officers fired four shots, killing Littleton. In terms of the protest, he says eight people were arrested,
George Floyd protests enter third week as push for change sweeps America
"Protests are expected to continue in Detroit and across the country later today and the leaders of those protests in Detroit plan to sit down with mayor Mike Duggan and police chief James Craig and they're taking some demands with them the big discussion today will be de funding the Detroit police department one of the protesters major demands when protesters meet with the mayor and police chief today the protesters say deforming really means eliminating racism no facial recognition technology banning certain weapons end up dropping charges for protesters from last week they're not the other thing is I've heard from a lot of folks this town and this group is an important group they've demonstrated their commitment night after night but there's a whole lot of other groups in the city the protesters say they have a total of twenty three the
Philadelphia police inspector charged with beating protester
"Tonight. PHILADELPHIA'S DA charging police department staff inspector. That's a high ranking police officer with aggravated assault. After a college student was struck in the head with a baton while protesting on Monday but police departments argue the violence goes both ways. Cameras have also captured images of and PD cops appearing to be struck with bricks and projectiles. Some. With US tonight to talk about all of it. Chief of police for the city of Detroit Michigan James Craig Chief. Thank you very much for coming on and the chicken egg question to you is happening more, or are we seeing it more? You, know it's happening. More Brian I can take I've been a practitioner now forty four years. I was on the front seat. Of the. Unrest in Rodney King after the acquittal of the officers and riot so. This is a very different time I'm not seeing anything like it. And certainly the videos show of the Brooklyn officers troubling. I mean is one thing to put someone I don't know circumstances that led up to that. Certainly appeared not to be resist he. Certainly up in age, and then once he hits the ground bleeding. DISTAL walk by and that Render A. That's the one thing that you know when I think about Detroit. Police officers. Ribbon confrontations with violent suspects that are also had to use deadly force. But quickly transitions from. A trying to protect themselves in the community and then render a right away. And then in instances, transport him to the hospital. So to see that It was troubling. That's not what we're here for. The Sad. So many of the protesters have said some version of you try living our lives with the threat. We feel to our lives every day. Friends of mine who are on the job and police departments have. Contacted me to say you try working at twelve, a twelve hour shift getting yelled at and being in equal measure. Fearful and angry on a protest line and there. We have the equation, don't we? We absolutely do Bryant I was out on the front lines with our officers and certainly fortunately over the last several days. We had piece of protests. There have been no confrontations the day, one two, and and some of three. We're talking about projectiles being thrown at the officers in one instance a m. a railroad spikes correct. Railroad spikes I mean. Have you seen? I mean this is the weapon Using a certain way can cause break bodily harm. And so Those officers warrant at Front Line Professional. Resilient. Some of them are being spat upon. The named they were calling. They maintain. I, started nineteen, seventy seven Brian. And it certainly was a different day, so my hat goes out the vast majority, but certainly. This is not to say that those who step across a lion talking about men and women. we have to take a higher ground, but also dealing with violent. Protesters, and I'm not talking about the peaceful protest because the vast majority of them. have been peaceful. They, just want the voices heard, and we support that here in Detroit and it's worked out whale, but there have been a few valid incomes. And you've made this point locally in Detroit so well that. These. Peaceful protests and what happens at night are literally like night and day Do you have a percentage on the arrests you've made at night. How of the percentage of arrestees are from Detroit and how many are not? Seventy Percent Ryan, seventy percent. From outside of Detroit, the Metro area. And then we arrested. Confu about estate three California. So three from California from Ohio Kentucky. And so the million dollar question is why are you here? Why are you in Detroit there? Protests going on out across country. You can stay in New York in protest. WHY COME TO DETROIT? CAN SPECULATE! But certainly those are the ones that are really triggering, but but here's the magic disclosing on Detroit right now Brian, track, the African American community stands with this police department stands with this blaze chief several days ago. they said in a resounding way go home. We don't need you here. You'RE NOT GONNA. Burn our city and I remember a young man growing up here in Detroit in nineteen, sixty seven was a boy. And I remember riot, and I remember what it was like I remember the racism and the beatings. That's it then I would never be a police officer. Tonight here are say many years later. And so excited to be back home in certain meeting. One of the finest booths department America.
Majority of arrests during Detroit protests were people who lived elsewhere, police say
"Two a week in a protest against police brutality erupted in Detroit as part of the protest across the country all calm in front of Detroit police headquarters not the case last night as more than one hundred people were arrested this marks the third night in a role that people work protest those people not from the city Detroit a seventy eighty four people were arrested the mayor imposed an eight PM curfew but around eight forty tear gas had to be used to break up the crowds yet chief James Craig says he does support the right to protest reporter message will continue to support the message so before you talk about them this is a significant
21-year-old shot and killed during Detroit protests
"To home Detroit police officials say they are not the enemy but they will act if given no other choice and that has what is happy use me that is what has happened this evening Detroit police now deploying tear gas into the crowds downtown now chief James Craig earlier spoke out of the it is to be protests linked to police brutality we will continue to support protesters in getting out their message in support however to those who threaten the safety of our community our police officers and damage property we will not tolerate your criminal actions when Detroit man is twenties was shot and killed last night during the protest and investigation is on
"james craig" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Can't have a livelihood if you don't have your life a one trillion dollar plus economic rescue package due to corona virus could see a preliminary vote in the Senate Sunday with the goal being to pass it Monday and then send it on to the house Detroit police chief James Craig told reporters on Friday that he's never seen anything like this he was talking about is one hundred and fifty two police officers who been quarantine amid the corona virus outbreak five of those officers tested positive for covert nineteen I barber to sack North Korea on Saturday fired to presume short range ballistic missiles into the sea according to south Korea's military south Korea's military said two projectiles were fired early Saturday morning from an area near the Chinese border the projectiles flew two hundred fifty five miles reaching an altitude of thirty one miles before splashing into the sea of Japan North Korea conducted two previous rounds of similar short range launchers and other military exercises this month after talks collapsed between president trump and Kim Jong moon just okay Washington United Airlines is hinting that major layoffs could be coming if Washington does not pass an airline bailout by the end of this month United executives and leaders of four airline unions said on Friday that without federal aid the company will have to cut payroll to match a sixty percent reduction in flying next month sap do you have concerns about mild memory loss related to aging and have you thought about taking a supplement to improve your memory but would like to hear from a.
"james craig" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"And thanks for joining us on Thursday December the nineteenth twenty nineteen I'm Jason Scott or WWJ newsradio nine fifty color tonight will not be as cold as last night with a low twenty two the finally back above freezing tomorrow partly sunny the high thirty five the complete accu weather forecast is coming up Dave Samuel teaming up with Katie traffic and weather at six oh wait clear skies right now in canton twenty seven degrees twenty seven degrees in Detroit W. W. G. news times six SO three the mayor of Taylor in two other men they've now been a rain for a years long bribery scheme that story from newsradio nine fifties John Hewitt's Taylor mayor Rick Saller stood mute in U. S. District Court a not guilty plea entered in on his behalf the charges of bribery and wire fraud in a thirty three count indictment that could if he is convicted see the mayor sentenced to up to twenty years in prison the forty five year old sellers is accused of helping a developer shoddy a wide obtain city own tax foreclosed properties in exchange for cash free work on his home and vacation home in Jackson County and other perks all of this coming ten months after the FBI raided Taylor city hall and scholars homes also charged is Jeffrey bomb community development manager for the city of Taylor and sellers campaign fund manager the mayor was released on a ten thousand dollar personal bond outside of eleven federal courthouse in downtown Detroit John Hewitt WWJ newsradio nine fifteen well it took three days but that barricaded situation on the city's east side is now over and the suspects being treated no injuries again just sees hyperthermia again is a few degrees away I think I'll buy ten which is ninety eight I think it was said that ninety three and so it was it was very soon and a trade please chief James Craig telling us this all started at a home near Shane you're in seven mile ten o'clock Tuesday morning Greg says still talk to the prosecutor about possible charges but right now he's happy in the standoff is just come to an end a bit of a panic this afternoon for some students at Bloomfield hills high school that panic because after the blue point security system was activated around noon we need that in alarm was pulled by a student or it malfunctioned officials do not believe there was ever an active situation but continue to sweep the school while they evacuated students one room at a time some students who ran out into the cold took shelter at a nearby lifetime fitness and all other schools in the district were told to shelter in place they have now given the all clear brook Allen WWJ newsradio nine fifty now school officials are telling us tonight's classes will resume tomorrow and out of an abundance of caution there will be uniformed police on campus W. W. J. news time six so six during that rally yesterday evening in battle creek president trump took some shots at the Dingell family implying that the longest serving member of Congress in U. S. history the late congressman John Dingell was looking up from hell his wife congresswoman Debbie Dingell says her husband earned all of his accolades for a lifetime of service I'm not going to criticize something dictation the ban so my family still very much grieving for John Anderson everyday thanksgiving was hard Christmas is hard he's impacting not only people that he wants to take shots at which is me my husband didn't deserve a shot but it's a family of grieving near the Dearborn Democrats telling us today she's just going to keep doing her job for the people of Michigan on the auto beat tonight federal safety regulators they're trying to figure out if there are more dangerous Takata airbag inflators out there and if they have yet to be recalled those details from W. W. J. auto beat reporter Jeff Gilbert this is what happens when one company supplies a lot of car makers the government wants to know if it should add some older vehicles pre two thousand models from Audi Toyota Honda and Mitsubishi one point four million airbag inflators of already been recalled it's too early to tell which vehicles if any will be added to the recall after an airbag related deaths recently in Australia these inflators can decay over time and spew shrapnel when they deploy in a crash Jeff Gilbert WWJ newsradio nine fifty some computers so that some commuters are losing sleep also their patients over that delayed I seventy five construction.
Prescription opioids destroyed families. Now, victims worry addiction stigma may keep them from getting justice.
"In two thousand three a man named James Craig sued Purdue pharma claiming they were responsible for his addiction pain suffering and financial losses after he was prescribed their drug oxycontin as Christopher Rowland reports in The Washington Post that case was dismissed in part because of the illegal behavior associated with the addiction and Christopher joins me on the come on his line good afternoon hello are you doing doing well over here take me back to that decision in the early two thousands why did the judge dismissed it so the the judge you know where the arguments from the plants as well as from Purdue pharma and found that the behavior of the plaintiffs actually was grounds for dismissal of the case he said that and agreeing with arguments submitted by Purdue pharma down to James Craig and other defendants had engaged in illegal behavior and I had mis use the product misuse oxycontin by crushing it up and snort in that or taking too much more than their doctors told them to take and so he said he was not going to you know go along with their victimization attitude and threw the case out and I was pattern of dismissals throughout the two thousands and has resulted in what some many plaintiffs now are concerned about is that they you know there's a stigmatization involved with addiction and it's very interesting and new ones case and when was it that courts became a little more sympathetic to people who are addicted to opioids was pretty recent it is and so eternal individual plaintiffs really struggled to have their claims succeed in court the idea that they had missed used the product and that they had crossed the product and we know that dealing in a legal manner really you prevented them from gaining a lot of traction in court it really the tide shifted once the now the planes that are now suing Purdue pharma as well as generic manufacturers and distributors and drug store chains now are being sued by governments states attorneys general and counties and cities that are claiming that those companies created a nuisance and so now that's why you have these companies actually you know scrambling to come up with a multi billion dollar settlement and you know sort of turn the tide in terms of the in the court court houses where governments have seen the success where the individual plaintiffs who did not need a for you know if someone was suing for a faulty airbag in their car or you know we faulty silicon breast implant or asbestos exposure those types of play defense and we had much more success in court the addiction is a much more you know difficult a lot of gray area these people did behave in a legal fashion and it did hurt them in court
Detroit police officer shot dead, another wounded in home invasion
"Room a Detroit police officer has died after being shot in the neck responding to a home invasion police chief James Craig says the suspect was armed with a high powered rifle and shot the eighteen year veteran and another officer who has been with the department for three years that officer was shot in the left leg and is hospitalized in serious condition the suspect was also shot and is in
Detroit police officer shot dead, another wounded in home invasion
"A police officer shot to death another wounded while responding to a home invasion on Detroit's west side police chief James Craig says the officers were searching for a suspect inside the home on Chippewa in Wyoming when they were shot late last night he says eighteen year police veteran was fatally shot in the neck with a high powered rifle and a three year veteran was shot in the leg at least one officer returned fire wounding the suspect the wounded officer and suspect taken a sign I grace hospital their conditions not immediately
Detroit deputy chief retires, becoming Southfield's next police chief
"From the town hall dot com news room deputy Detroit police chief Calvin Berendt has retired after twenty one years with the department and will now take over as chief of Southfield please a ceremony was held lasting for parents who receive an award for service from Detroit police chief James Craig will become self killed seven police chief and says he knows residents are expected to be trustworthy and accountable
Police name suspect in Berkley man deadly beating after Detroit car accident
"One Detroit police chief James Craig says the suspect who allegedly attacked a twenty four year old Berkeley man killing him has a criminal record they're looking for twenty four year old Lawrence James Davis he's accused of beating twenty four year old Tyler Wingate from Berkeley after the two got into a car crash or Stephanie Davis is working the story and we'll have more in a live report at
"james craig" Discussed on AP News
"Owners candies to address irregular migrants, flows, an asylum issues. President Trump tweeted this evening, he is indefinitely suspending his plan to impose tariffs on Mexico. The Labor Department reports only seventy five thousand jobs were added last month. Economists gushed foce job growth in may. But we also saw downward revision to job growth in both March and April. So this was a soft report. The report appear. Here's to increase the odds. The Federal Reserve will have to cut interest rates in the coming months. A former Minneapolis police officer is sentenced to twelve and a half years in prison for the July twenty seventeen shooting death of an unarmed woman who had called nine one one Mohammed. Noor told the court hearing today, I knew an instant that I was wrong. The death of Mike car has only increased for let me know. Working to save her life. And watching her sip away is a feeling. I can't explain nor shot just Damon, when she approaches squad car in the alley behind her home. This is AP radio news. A seventy nine year old California prison, inmate has been linked to dozens of killings in fourteen states. Samuel little has been talking with investigators from the various cities and states, including Cincinnati prosecutors. There have indicted him for the killings of two women in the early nineteen eighty s Amilton county prosecutor Joe tells you Desa America. The FBI has told us that he's in most prolific serial killer in history of American they've been able to, to demonstrate over fifty of these already little claims he killed ninety three women starting in the nineteen seventies, Detroit police think they may also be looking for a serial killer after the bodies of three women have been found in vacant homes in the city. Police release a photo of a person of interest, who's known to be homeless. Police chief James Craig, we're hoping.
"james craig" Discussed on AP News
"Understandings to address irregular migrants, flows, an issues. President Trump tweeted this evening, he is indefinitely suspending his plan to impose tariffs on Mexico. The Labor Department reports only seventy five thousand jobs were added last month. Economists gushed foce job growth in may. But we also saw downward revision to job growth in both March and April. So this was a soft report. The report appear. Ears to increase the odds. The Federal Reserve will have to cut interest rates in the coming months. A former Minneapolis police officer is sentenced to twelve and a half years in prison for the July twenty seventeen shooting death of an unarmed woman who had called nine one one Mohammed. Noor told the court hearing today, I knew an instant that I was wrong. The death of Mike era has only increased for let me know. Working to save her life. And watch. Her slip away is a feeling. I can't explain nor shot just Damon, when she approaches squad car in the alley behind her home. This is AP radio news. A seventy nine year old California prison, inmate has been linked to dozens of killings in fourteen states. Samuel little has been talking with investigators from the various cities and states, including Cincinnati prosecutors. There have indicted him for the killings of two women in the early nineteen eighty s and Milton county prosecutor, Joe deters tells you Desa America. The FBI has told us that he's in most prolific serial killer in history of American. They've been able to, to demonstrate over fifty of these already little claims he killed ninety three women starting in the nineteen seventies, Detroit police think they may also be looking for a serial killer after the bodies of three women have been found in vacant homes in the city police release a photo of a person of interest, who's known to be homeless. Police chief James Craig. We're hoping.
Detroit Police Fear 'Serial Murderer and Rapist' At Large
"Police in the motor city are searching for a possible serial killer, as we hear from USA radio's Vincent police in Detroit, say they think serial murderer and rapist is at large in the city. After the body of a third woman was founded a vacant home. Chief James Craig says they believe the homicides are linked to the sex trade suspect is targeting women in early fifties. Again, any sex were aware, particularly I is trying to lure them to a vacant dwellings two of the women have now been identified book in their fifties.
Detroit police officers recovering after being injured pursuing driver
"A police officer who shot in Detroit is now in stable condition. Detroit police chief James Craig says the officer was shot last night when responding to a wrong way driver speeding down on alley are officer spirited in good condition. He was shot doing. His job repeals. Suspect injured two of the officers by pinning them to the patrol car with his vehicle, and then shooting them hitting third officer officers returned. Fire hitting the shooter five times that guy is in critical condition. The other two officers are
"james craig" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Chief James Craig confirms to WWE that fifty year old James cocker ham who's accused of murdering. Elizabeth Layard was arrested Saturday in the city near the intersection of joy in liver annoy, the Twenty-six-year-old layered was known to her friends, as Candice Craig said, cocker ham is a registered sex, offender, and has been convicted of several crimes, including weapons charges and criminal sexual conduct layers body was discovered Wednesday in a dumpster at the Parkview apartments on the city's east side Tikaram was seen in an elevator with the victim shortly before she was killed that Clark WWE, NewsRadio nine fifteen w w j. News time is eleven oh. Eight with traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eighth from the idol Dom motor craft center. Brought to you this hour by Porsche of the motor city, Catherine, Leslie. It's been a busy morning on the roads it has run and we are seeing it continuing to be busy, especially in our work zones. Let's start there finding delays along 696 eastbound ways IRS say it's about twenty miles an hour between John are and Ryan right now that zone stretches from cousins digression Southfield freeway. Southbound you're finding it slow and go right now from seven mile to Schoolcraft, another work zone, causing delays ninety four eastbound from telegraph to oakwood. It's looking heavy there into eastern market for the big flower day. We're seeing a bit slow along ninety four westbound now between Saint Aubin and Mt. Elliott and also along seventy five southbound near that, MAC exit heading into the market on, gresh it as well. It's a bit slow our border crossings, one delay to pass along blue water bridge delay into the US up to. Thirty minutes for trucks, less than a fifteen minute. Wait for cars and actually, now, the Detroit Windsor tunnel is now saying a fifteen minute delay for cars and trucks into the US. And finally, if you are addressed as captain America and heading into the comic con in Novi the suburban showplace there. You'll find it slow westbound ramp from ninety six to Beck and also slow on grand river and Beck road as well from the idol motor group twenty four hour traffic center, Catherine Leslie, WW, J, NewsRadio nine fifty look w w j AccuWeather forecast with meteorologist Brian Thompson the rest of the day, it will be windy, and warmer is the.
"james craig" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"James Craig says the officer to others were looking into a car going in the wrong direction. Daughter neyla near greenfield and puritan when the shooting began suspect, exit vehicle armed with a handgun fire a number shots in the. Direction of striking to one officer and he began to run officers responded to threat suspect was hit five times very conditioned, Greg says the two other officers were injured when the shooting suspect U2.'s car to pin them between his and their vehicles. All three officers who were wearing bulletproof vests are expected to recover a man accused of killing a Detroit woman, and putting her in an eastside dumpster is now in custody. Here's WWE Zac. Clark James cocker ham was arrested without incident Saturday afternoon near joy road and Libranoy in Detroit cocker ham was seen with the victim and a nearby elevator shortly before he allegedly disposed of her body. The victim was discovered Wednesday in the area of Lafayette and Shane the woman Elizabeth, Layard known to her friends as Candace was just twenty six years old. The Wayne County medical examiner's has layered, what suffocated to death memorial will be held for the victim in Detroit Sunday night. Zac, Clarke, WW NewsRadio nine fifty WWE news time, six oh five. A boil water advisory remains in effect for the rest of the day in the entire city of northville, public works department says a contractor hit a water main around Friday, prompting the alert the pipe has since been repaired, but water tests are still necessary. Still being conducted the city of nearly six thousand being till the boil water at least five minutes before drinking or cooking preparing for meals. An annual sinus spring in Detroit flower day at eastern market, Florida has been here at eastern market since nineteen sixty seven literally hundreds of flowers here, but what's better is that the vendors are all experts. They can help you with those flowers parking that really a problem. And by the way, flower day is more than flowers. There's a lot of food here. Montesquieu's. Terrence.
"james craig" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"W w j news time is five eleven police are looking into claims that singer R Kelly sexually assaulted a thirteen year old girl in Detroit it allegedly happened back in two thousand one Detroit police chief James Craig says, they always take these types of claims seriously, I would treat just like I would anyone because it's our Kelly makes me no different. It could be someone lives downstream from here. With with the same zeal in terms of trying to get to the bottom of it. Craig says they are working to set up an interview with the alleged victim. Well, meantime, the two women who live with our Kelly are defending him w w j NewsRadio nine fifty Dana Clark, gut reaction from a local psychiatrist from surviving R Kelly to defending our Kelly, Jocelyn, savage Twenty-three, and as real cleary Twenty-one told CBS Gayle king. They haven't been brainwashed. And there with Kelly willingly, I spoke with Dr Gerald China a psychiatrist in Birmingham. So have they been brainwashed? Well, people can get convinced that a popular story is true or popular account of what happened to them is true when they can adopted a it enough, and there's enough pressure for them to believe it Kelly was arrested Wednesday in Chicago for more than one hundred sixty one thousand dollars in child support for his three children. He must pay the full amount to get out of jail. Dana Clark, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty. If you're committing a crime, you might not wanna post about it on the internet www. Newsradio nine fifty Sandra McNeill has the story of a local rap. For the Instagram account of twenty five year old Jonathan woods, aka self-made, cash is filled with pictures of money, gold credit card necklaces and songs bragging about his swiping abilities his skills that identity theft like swipe.
Jussie Smollett's family condemns "racial and homophobic hate crime"
"The family of empire's star jussie smollet is calling the attack on him a racist. And homophobic hate crime smell was beaten by two people earlier this week in Chicago. His attackers reportedly yelled, racist and homophobic, slurs at him before they beat him as family said in a statement that attacks like. This should be treated as acts of domestic terrorism. Police want to question two people captured on surveillance camera near the area where the attack took place a white police corporal in Detroit has been demoted after forcing a black woman to walk home in subzero. Temperatures corporal, Gary Steele, pulled a woman with an expired registration over on Tuesday night, then videotaped her as she walked home in the cold while he and other officers targeted her the video ends with steel telling the woman by fully Shah, he shared it on Snapchat with the filter that red what black girl magic looks like Detroit police chief James Craig said at a press conference yesterday that the pulse was racially insensitive. And it still has a troubling history. Still has been stripped of its corP ranking and reassigned and is now under
"james craig" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Police chief James Craig says he is very angry about a racially insensitive. Social media post by one of his officers, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty. Stephanie Davis is live and local with more on the story for Steph. Yeah, Greg this was the post on Snapchat, posted by a white officer a veteran of eighteen years with the department who had just stopped an African American young woman for expire tabs this in the last couple of days and will subsequently haven't her vehicle toll. And as she walked away in the cold, the officer on his Snapchat says this is a walk of shame in the cold. And then he says by Felicia and on the video the video was captioned with this is black girl magic and celebrating black history month angry because this was a racially insensitive post. I don't care who disagrees with me about it. You make a statement about black history month this young lady, it was one of our colder days in Detroit chief, James Craig. There says this officer has been pulled from his regular duties as they conduct their investigation. And he did also mentioned too that this officer has passed with problems with the department in the past reporting live, Stephanie Davis WW, Jane, NewsRadio nine fifty lake superior state university launching a degree program. That'll be the first of its kind in the United States WWE J NewsRadio nine fifty s Clark has the story degree in cannabis chemistry. And it's going to focus on the quantitative analysis of cannabis as it relates to the compounds inside the the plant and also contaminants that's lake superior state university. President Dr Rodney Hanley Hanley says they had a variety of reasons for creating the program, we have the faculty expertise on campus to take on such an endeavor. I think more than that. I think even. What's happening at the societal level with the legalization that's happening with cannabis across the United States. And then we're also seeing that cannabis industry is a multi million multi billion dollar industry. Both bachelor's and associate degrees in cannabis chemistry will be offered Zac Clark WW J NewsRadio nine fifty details. Emerging now about a fake university set up by the feds here in metro Detroit. Aiming to catch people committing education fraud university of Farmington along northwestern highway doesn't actually exist. We know that. But according to the free press eight people have been charged with enrolling more than six hundred immigrants in the non existent institution. The sting was set up by the department of homeland security back in two thousand fifteen. The federal indictment says the scheme was meant to help foreign citizens stay in the US illegally by helping them. Pose as students w w j news time three fourteen we've got the pistons inaction latest on the Super Bowl, all the sports news in a minute. With twenty five percent off all.
Measles outbreak fuels debate over refusing vaccinations
"But then governor Jerry Brown blocked van Houghton's release. A police commander in Detroit is in hot water facing charges of drunk driving and a collision that left. One person injured reporter, Sandra McNeill has details. Prosecutors say commander Johnny Thomas has blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit. When he slammed his city issued vehicle into another car stopped at a red light in the city early Saturday morning police chief James Craig is stripped Thomas of his commander duties, but it's not yet decided his future initiated launched an internal disciplinary investigation that's ongoing. And so right now, he's restricted duty. Thomas has been charged with two misdemeanors including drunk driving, and possessing a firearm under the influence, Sandra McNeill, four CBS news, Detroit. Someone. Left a classroom window unlocked at a high school in New Mexico, which led to nothing but trouble for everyone else. Officials say six hooded vandals got into the school and coated the hallways with gallons of vegetable oil forcing classes to be delayed while custodians cleaned it up surveillance video coffee act at Eunice, high several hundred miles outside Albuquerque. So far, no one has been arrested with a polar vortex descending on the country. Correspondent Mark Mayfield has this. Take from Arizona people who live in Phoenix. For instance, have
Measles outbreak fuels debate over refusing vaccinations
"Control insists the vaccine is safe CBS. Correspondent Jamie Yuccas, Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti. A democrat says he's decided against running for the presidency. The two things I love the most my family and my city are right here in LA. So I've decided. Not to throw my hat into the ring to run for president in twenty twenty Garcetti had openly flirted with the White House bid for months. Detroit. Police commander has been charged after an alleged drunk driving. Traffic accident that left one person injured. Prosecutors say commander Johnny Thomas has blood alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit. When he slammed his city issued vehicle into another car stopped at a red light in the city early Saturday morning police chief James Craig is stripped Thomas of his commander duties, but it's not yet decided his future, we've already initiated launched an internal disciplinary investigation that's ongoing. And so right now, he's restricted duty. Thomas has been charged with two misdemeanors including drunk driving, and possessing a firearm under the influence, Sandra McNeill, four CBS news, Detroit. WBZ news time eleven thirty six. Let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. Which means you're going to start telling your kids to clean up before the cleaning lady comes doesn't make sense. But you're the parents, and they're the kids you're gonna start telling them that now too.
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"Others are willfully ignorant because they know it's probably bullcrap by the can't act as if it is because they think they might lose black folk vote because it is so systemic in the black community that the criminal Justice system is racist that to go against it means they might lose some votes. Those in the system like MAC at Jodi side, who are black judge Triggs, and Mallory and Rutger and Yates and berry and Burke, and Marsh, they know it doesn't happen too. Because they watch. And you think for one moment that chief of police Isaac could be in charge every white racist police department and the city of Cincinnati, and he wouldn't try to the mountaintop, you think Jeffrey Blackwell former chief black could put up with it or James Craig the chief? Who left for Detroit? Now, the words it doesn't exist. Do individuals at times act individually incorrectly. Absolutely are their individual white cops in Cincinnati or black cops who may act in a racial wagon somebody of a different race absolutely much like cheating in a marriage or much like cheating on your taxes. It's wrong. But I know what happens, but that's not the argument of Dwight Tillery. He says it is systemic from top to bottom, and that it is so bad that explains the bad results have so many African Americans in our community. But what does explain it is more than ninety percent rate fathers, not not in the family many aspects of the black culture do not applaud academic achievement. It's called acting white. That's the problem has nothing to do with systemic racism because those who are black that were for a long time, we had Obama and the White House. We had Eric Holder is the attorney general we had Mark Mallory is the mayor, and we had Jeffery Blackwell is the chief of police if you're a black kid you live in a black world. So what excuse do you have? Now, let's continue after one o'clock today is John Kenneth Blackwell to former mayor it's gonna come to us live from Washington and talk about criminal Justice reform after two o'clock is sergeant Dan hills and some unkind things to say, I think about channel nine and Craig cheat them from doing a story on cops in the city that are tasting too many black kids, and that's after two o'clock today. Line becomes available five one three seven four nine seven thousand pounds seven hundred eighteen can you smell what I'm cooking, of course, racism exists, and of course, racial acts occur, but it is not systemic. It is not white supremacy. Because if it was all these black individuals involved in charge. I would have called it out a long time ago fifty four after the Bill Cunningham, the great American live at your home of the Bengals playing in Los Angeles against the chargers on Sunday right here on News Radio seven hundred wwl demille..
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"The eight this just in Detroit police chief James Craig is among several members of the department named in a whistle blower lawsuit. WW city beat reporter. Vicki Thomas joins us live and local with the details. Vicky. Good afternoon. Brooke the twenty four page lawsuit filed in Wayne County, Circuit Court names city of Detroit chief James Craig Lieutenant Tonya Wilson golfing sergeant Winston Craig and captain Octavius miles the suit filed on behalf of Sergeant William Anderson an officer Betty Taylor now, they say while working and the gaming division. They uncovered any laborat- scheme of fraud with the two defendants. Putting in for time they did not work and for overtime. Not worked Taylor. The timekeeper reported it to her supervisor. But says nothing was done. So she then took it to chief James Craig setting up a meeting with him in may on the day of that meeting. She says she was actually in the parking lot. When she got a cough from the chief who cancelled that meeting because she alleges that the officers in the gaming division filed a complaint against her and therefore the chief cancer. That meeting that chief meanwhile says he is aware of that lawsuit because it is pending litigation. However, he cannot comment now one of the attorneys, Michael Fortner is holding a news conference on this issue at three o'clock this afternoon reporting live and local Vicki Thomas, WW, J NewsRadio. Nine fifty meantime, time, Detroit mayor Mike Duggan calling on state police to intervene is he says he's being targeted with threats now WWE j NewsRadio nine fifteen. John Hewitt with more on that. No matter how painful consequences may be. I am not going to give in to these threats saying those threats against him have intensified mayor, Mike Duggan. His asked to Michigan state police to investigate Detroit BodyShop owner tarmac. The man who admittedly has sought to embarrass the mayor over an ongoing legal dispute involving a land sale to that. And earlier this month. Carmax showed surveillance video of dugout giant monitors. He parked outside of city hall showing the mayor visiting a woman's home after hours. Now, mayor Duggan's says karma is at it again threatening to release more damaging information against him unless the city settles that lawsuit and he had some long conversations this weekend with my family in their fully supporting my decision, but the mayor of Detroit his got to put the interests of the people I in Detroit, John Hewitt, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty former Michigan State University, president Louis CK Simon in court today facing criminal charges. She was in Eaton County, Circuit Court the same courtroom where Larry Nassar's criminal cases ended. She allegedly knew about the former sports doctors abuse when speaking to officers investigating years ago, but never used his name. Judge Julie Ryan key released Simon on bond five thousand dollars personal recognizance bond with condition. Return the standard one plus surrendering the path to the cart. Simon is charged with two felonies and two misdemeanors and faces up to four years in prison. If she's convicted a probable cause hearing is set for December eighteenth as you heard on CBS news. General Motors announcing thousands of layoffs today as the automakers switches more production away from passenger cars five plants, including the Hamtramck assembly plant in Detroit in the Warren transmissions operations will be closed. Eliminating nearly fifteen thousand jobs just under two thousand of those jobs here in Detroit, David Welsh says it's possible the UAW negotiate to keep the plants open. But he's looking Wixom, and that's a big empty plant that really has much going on. So some you know, one or two may get lucky and find something to do. And I think one or two it passed, and then the, but most of them will probably be big empty factories and probably sitting empty until someone buys the line and finds another use or another factory. Other company comes in and wants to build GM also announced the automaker will cease production on six vehicles, including the Chevy, volt crews and Impala as well. As the Cadillac x t s CDS sedans, and the Buick lacrosse experts at the L A auto show are surprised by GM's announcement more on that from WW J reporter, Jeff Gilbert. This is about getting out in.
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"Is a person or persons out there really want to shut down the whole democratic process. I want people to stop talking about the issues that matter. CBS news update. I'm Matt piper. Many questions surround the shooting of teenager on Detroit's east side it happened tonight. Police confirmed to w w j a fifteen year old boy was shot this evening along Chalmers near outer drive. We're told medics picked up that teen one block away from the shooting. Officers found a black Buick with bullet holes in it at the scene where the boy was picked up the teenager currently listed in serious condition. Temporary serious condition in Kentucky. Authorities say it's just too soon to say if that fatal shooting of two black people at a grocery store was a racial attack. As we hear from CBS news correspondent Jim Krasula, Gregory Bush, a fifty one year old white man is accused of fatally shooting a black man inside in a black woman outside a Kroger grocery store. Jefferson town Kentucky police chief Sam Rogers says Bush unsuccessfully tried to get into a nearby predominantly African American church. Before the shooting. He appeared to on video have been attempting to gain access into the church their video surveillance system. Caught that Bush reportedly made a racial comment to a man outside the store after the shooting Bush has a history of violence and an arrest record. Jim Krasula, CBS news. A State Department spokesman says the US welcomes a decision by Saudi Arabia to let the son of slain writer, Jamal kashogi leave the country and come to the United States spokesman Robert palladino telling reporters that secretary of state Mike Pompeo, discussed the sun solo kashogi during his recent visit to the kingdom palladino said today that Pompeo quote made it clear Saudi leaders that he wanted Salonika show to return to the US, and we are pleased that he was now able to do so Human Rights Watch said earlier that Salal kashogi and his family were heading to the US after a travel ban on them was lifted. His destination was not. Made public but his late father did live in the Washington DC area closer to home a forty three year old man has died after being shot by two Detroit police officers they were investigating reports of an assaults at a west side home police chief James Craig says footage from the officers body cameras appears to show that man reaching for a holstered pistol after they had told him not to move. He was shot several times in the chest area. Then taken to a hospital where he later died. The remains of six fetuses found stored in a now shuttered funeral home. Have now been identified Detroit police chief James Craig says they met with and spoke with three of the parents whose children's remains were discovered at Cantrell funeral home. Meantime, also found a full term baby who has yet to be identified. Now, there's an ongoing investigation into Perry funeral home where police say they've also found improperly stored remains Craig. Says effective Monday. They'll be a multi jurisdictional task force at hand task force will primarily look at Perry. DVD will continue to focus will DVD is going to be involved in the Perry investigation as well. The DVD is still working the Cantrell more than sixty fetuses and children. They were removed from Perry last Friday by Detroit police WWE J news time, he'd Levin. Thirty five. President Trump is making good on a promise to send troops to the southern border to prevent a caravan of migrants from entering the country. President Trump has framed the upcoming election as a referendum on immigration, but the number of migrants in that caravan has been dwindling, and it's still weeks away from reaching the US border Defense Secretary Mattis is expected to sign that order for additional troops tonight. But it's unclear exactly what impact they will have because many of these migrants if even make it to the border are expected to surrender to border patrol and seek asylum. CBS's Paula Reed reporting from the White House a shocking announcement from Google. The online giant says it has fired forty eight employee's for sexual harassment during the past two years and sent them away with a seven without a severance package. The surprise disclosure came today in Email from Google CEO who sent to employee's after the New York Times reported the company had dismissed the executive in charge of its Android software for sexual misconduct back in two thousand fourteen and is still paying that person a ninety million dollar package a spokesperson for the CEO the former Android executive insisting he left on his own accord and has never been informed of any accusations of sexual misconduct. I Detroit high school student. Meantime facing a judge today a preliminary hearing for the fifteen year old male was held at Wayne County juvenile detention facility now it was earlier this month while inside Detroit's central high school that teen is accused of grabbing a female. Student by the neck and forcing her down some stairs, then sexually assaulting her. A twenty five thousand dollar cash bond has been ordered pending a preliminary examination that set for Friday WW J news time eleven thirty seven. It's back out to the roads. Lance Howard is standing by an official. Stop. Crushing candy.
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"Customers are without power following two ways of storms and heavy winds that rolled through the metro area yesterday. Here's spokesman Brian Smith. We are still expecting that. We'll have the large majority of restored by the end of today. That's down from a high of forty two thousand outages as of eleven o'clock last night as always if you come across any down line's always assume they are live and stay at least twenty feet away and call DT energy for service investigations into to Detroit funeral homes where the remains of more than seventy fetuses were found in boxes and freezers it set to intensify this week Detroit. Police chief James Craig says both state and federal investigators have been apprised and could become more directly involved in what he's describing as a widening investigation as any allegations of fraud special with Medicaid that certainly could trigger a federal involvement on that saying that that's the case. But we are taking a very broad look at this. We want to understand the reasons was it financial gain. And if so how who knew who else is involved in this officers found thirty six fetuses boxes and twenty seven others in freezers. During Friday's rate of the Perry funeral home of the fine coming a week after the remains of eleven infants were discovered at Detroit's defunct Cantrell funeral home. In Detroit an episode of resisting arrest is injured a number of state troopers as we hear from NewsRadio nine fifties. Jason Scott, it was a crash along I ninety six near the Davison. Michigan state. Police say the seventeen year old female involved had a valid warrant for her arrest. When troopers went to talk to her. She began biting scratching and spitting on them. Also, the tow.
"james craig" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"News how, on NewsRadio nine fifty I'm Jason Scott in for Jackie page good. Afternoon top stories at twelve twenty Detroit police chief James Craig says he's troubled. By cell, phone video showing a police officer beating a woman at Detroit. Receiving hospital WWE Jane NewsRadio nine fifties Zora Uber talking with the, chief she joins us live local now. With the latest Hello Zara Hello Jason, he actually calls a video. Also disturbing that, officer who is, individual who appears to be beating this naked woman at Detroit receiving yesterday is right now on. Paid leave officers were originally called out. In third, precinct to find this naked woman she seemed. Okay. But when they took her to the hospital, she started to become agitated started spitting screaming making threats here's Detroit police chief, James Craig. Where it takes a somewhat of. A ton teach and all of our trains of. De? Escalate As the video, that the citizen provided there were points where Suspect turn back the. Officer continued to punch It was at that point we get grave concerns, for the officers actions and the chief says especially because. This, woman appears to have. Been mentally ill again he is on paid. Leave in a criminal investigation has been launched I'll have more at twelve thirty reporting live and local from Detroit police. Headquarters, suffer Hooper WWE j. NewsRadio nine fifty meantime five state police officers are accused of drinking while off, duty at an. Office used by Flint area drug task force the, department learning several members of the Flint. Area narcotics group drink alcohol after work hours three of those accused are commanding officers who have since. Been reassigned to desk duty or administrative leave. While the rest are now facing disciplinary proceedings a new commander has also, been, appointed to that drug task force officials say hacking apparently to blame. For the recent sounding of an emergency warning siren in Genesee. County officials. Previously blamed an apparent malfunction It's, the third. Time in about a month that the sirens used in the Flint area for a tornado warnings, and civil defence emergencies went off when there was no. Emergency, authorities say it's not. Funny it's criminal a one thousand dollar reward. Is being offered for information about that case on the business beat apple has become the world's first publicly traded company. To, be valued at one trillion dollars the peak reaching today seemed unimaginable back in one thousand nine hundred, eighty seven win. Apple teetered on the edge of bankruptcy it's stock, trading for less than a dollar then. Jobs Steve Jobs the co founder there he was brought back out of exile as interim CEO and. Turn this into the arrival of Microsoft for. A one hundred fifty million dollar cash infusion he turned to Microsoft for, that and to help pay the bills and since then popular products like. The ipod iphone have driven apple stock much much higher Hire as it is now trading at two hundred. Six dollars a share we'll have more on.
"james craig" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"A macro tools truck which was heading northbound on telegraph the van rolling over coming to a stop on its side pinning those inside nine people in all killed on site was a sixty year old man we're told by monroe county ambulance that everyone else in that van were all hospitalized to according to michigan state police in critical condition the driver of the mack truck also hospitalized with nonlife threatening injuries the accident remains under investigation the group said to be returning from calder dairy farm in nearby carlton at the time of the accident in monroe county john hewitt w w j newsradio nine fifty michigan state police are now confirming to w w j the second fatality was a sixty six year old woman in the van who was one of those taken to a hospital in critical condition a piece of nostalgia for many in michigan it goes up in flames today a boat once used to ferry passengers to bob lo island the s s saint clair it caught fire while docked on the detroit river the cause is still not known detroit police chief james craig as the commissioner pointed out no injuries no injuries to firefighters police officers and so but we are gonna move forward investigation now there is a second bob low boat it's currently in new york state being restored meantime co owner saqib nakodar started to restore the boat ten years ago it was just trying to figure out where where to go from here and what we can do it's going be cleanup process right now and then assess what damage has been done salvage and then just say a few extra years project in the plan focus hasn't jailed he says that plan was to create a waterfront banquet hall that would be docked near the riverside marina along the detroit river as that boat was burning earlier this afternoon our phone lines lit up with listeners wanting to share their memories mitch owens he lives in wyandotte but grew up in detroit i remember going the bob lo island on the vote with my family when i was a really little kid what are the best memories i have is my oldest brother who has since passed away on expectedly and he took me on my first roller coaster ride out bob lo island it was just a really great experience going there the badly taking the boat across and it's really sad that that voters gone it's really going to be miss w w j news time is ten oh six holiday troublemakers were given dozens of tickets this past week for not following the rules when it comes to fireworks as we hear from newsradio nine fifties charlie langton people just don't seem to be obeying the fireworks laws roseville police chief james berlin says it his dispatch phone was ringing off the hook with fireworks complaints and tickets were up this year angela bjorn home she's from roseville she understands the complaints there was a lot of fireworks that kids were outside playing watching every corner angle there's a lot of them now in warren thirty five tickets were written for fireworks violations that's up from seven last year in warren charlie langton wj newsradio nine fifty get them while they're hot there are some major sales going on at your local fireworks dealer now that the fourth has come and gone sam from big sam's fireworks tent in allen park says that's because sales were down this year i've been in this business more than ten years but this year everybody was not that big or there was no business maybe because the fourth of july came in the middle of the week wednesday's now let's say you did buy some fireworks but you decided not to shoot them off for some reason if you should be storing them they should be okay for next year i just keep them in a cool dry area that's what big sam says anyway w w j news time is ten eight time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eighth from the idle down motor group traffic center brought to you this hour by out of rochester hills we hit the roads with o'neill stephen accident free again this time.
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"W j at four thirty two after fighting for his life for days the twentyfiveyearold detroit police officer has died officer glenn dos passed away just after 1230 this afternoon he was shot in the head on wednesday during a response to a domestic violence call on the city's eastside police chief james craig was on hand for the announcement outside detroit receiving hospital bought a good bye he is truly what we call one of choice fines he is what we call an american hero he did what we expect each and every obscene nude blowout serve this community with distinction and on and he did that the alleged shooter 43yearold carlos brooks's facing a total of thirty three charges with more to be expected michigan attorney general bill schutte says his investigation into michigan state university's handling of the larry nassar case will run from the president's office down more from newsradio nine fifty's jason scotts schutte has hired special prosecutor and former kent county prosecutor bill foresight to lead the inquiry foresight says it's important to keep justice for the victims you also can't allow your preconceived idea of where you think the investigation should gall what you think the outcome should be to drive the investigation and quite frankly i think that's in part what scott in michigan state and some trouble hearing the sense that they withheld certain information maybe it because it was going to put them in a better light in his forty plus years of work as a prosecutor foresight says he's never seen anything of the scope of the nassar case saying the investigation will take place as quickly as possible jason scott w w j newsradio nine fifty a meanwhile michigan lieutenant governor brian kelly calling on emma's you to establish a fund to compensate nasser's victims kelly telling the detroit free press.
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"Mm yes let's get out of the juice out of the way for us this is weather channel editor james craig bail a set up across the street probably georgia dome all set to also to get this amazing coverage of it right a totally different angle that everybody kgb and right is it goes a red as the counts down you see the first explosion off at them a marta bus served best transportation was just could pull our perec perhaps you see the driver can look it over watching well the weather gentle is are you going to be money shy pulled right up there how close could you get from surpri i mean it's it's you know there were people on the other side of the street it was like a fourlane highway a look like and they were there against defence watching and then he was on the other side of that stream and you could see the cars passing by the award blocking anything but then when their bus could pull it off the job plus man timing is of course the get a hold of it and it's become greatest memes ever the dow claims the other san jose's san jose sharks are even less by other falcons played less minor monday night football emma all the highlights every time talking about cap at the go both comes bolya the what you've got some time i would probably try out the video of the actual video of pouring in front of the camera by the weather channel to the implosion now that just all the means are classics excellent another example of how are you having i expectations heard that uh he was the sole excited he's like a catholic i'm right ear is nobody in front of me what what cloudy at the best view of the house ordered wragg that i could see that happening today that would be my uh owned by clean nickelback route good night uh he even even jolt when he he posted the video on his twitter line it all he roe was no.
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"For the eclipse of eighteen seventy eight and before we go as we've we've mention thomas thomas edison and then there is this this other character hearding james craig watson yeah james craig watson was an astronomer from the university of michigan who was known as a planet hunter at the time he found a more asteroids than just about anyone else and asteroids back then were considered planets they were minor planets but they they got names just like the major planets will he went to wyoming and eighteen seventy eight for the eclipse specifically to look for a planet called volkan which many astronomers believed existed between mercury and the sun but because it was so close to the sun you couldn't you couldn't see it at night it would never be up in the sky you couldn't see the in the daytime 'cause will be lost in the sun's glare but during those two or three minutes of a total solar eclipse you might catch a glimpse of vulcan and that's what watson was looking for and then enter albert einstein yes do who told a blows that watson's right so the story of volkan that's i mean i go into who it quite have been in my book american clips but yes ultimately it's albert einstein who solves the the puzzle i can't go into great detail in the time we have but the reason vulcan was believed to exist in eighteen seventy eight was because mercury's orbit didn't make sense using new tony and mechanics and so they astronomers believe there had to be a planet closer to the sun albert einstein solved the riddle with general relativity mercury's orbit does doesn't make sense according to newton because newton wasn't quite right but when you use general relativity to figure out the orbit of mercury there's no need for volkan and of course we know that there is no vulcan between mercury in the sun so what you call yourself an umbrella an amber of if an offer of i the look out your ratified mispronounced it i don't know an number an umbro fi right umbro meaning shadow a shadow lover but that's the that's the term we eclipse chasers often give ourselves right so where are you going to be an august twenty i i will be in jackson wyoming in.