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"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To be a police officer and then tried to rape her in West Chester. The victim says under 911 call Wednesday morning that she was stopped on union Center. By a vehicle that looked like a police SUV. She says she wasn't sure if the guy was a cop. He was a white male. He got into my car, and then he hit me multiple times and tried to rape her, according the victim, who says he threatened to arrest her if she tried to call anybody. Westchester Police are investigating, say, if you are unsure whether it's actually a real cop pulling you over It's okay to call 911 Matt Reese News radio 700. W well, W. It is up to Hamilton County Probate Judge Ralph Winkler to decide who will fill P G Sittenfeld spot on Cincinnati City Council. He's agreed to a suspension to fight federal charges filed last month. The judge says he'll announce that replacement tomorrow Father Jeff Drew wants a lower bond in Hamilton County WCPO Channel nine, reporting that the priest who is charged with multiple counts of rape. Has filed another motion to lower his $5 million bond. Citing the pandemic, his attorney says the 58 year old is afraid for his life over coated the trial's been delayed multiple times already as of right now, Drew's trial scheduled for April. Other big National news today it appears that hackers have made their way into the U. S government and private networks. Russian hackers suspected to be behind the infiltration of federal agencies. ABC is Pierre Thomas reports on what they may have had access to over the last few months, Sources telling ABC News that's a suspected Russian government hackers may have been looking at sensitive emails and communications of U. S officials since the spring and the list of federal agencies and departments potentially impacted growing. And word tonight that the Energy Department and it's National Nuclear Security Administration, which oversees the nation's nuclear weapons stockpiles, had some of its networks breached. Energy officials confirmed the hack. They say it impacted non classified systems, not national security functions. I'm Jack Crumley, our next update at 9 30 breaking news any time news radio 700 wlw. What comes next for forward. It's doing what we've done for over a century building and facing any problems with integrity, empathy. And the strength to outlast them. Forward. We'll always pivot to.

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"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Tomorrow it is 58 degrees right now. Rape case against a tristate priest is moving forward. Hamilton County Judge Leslie gives denying emotion today to dismiss charges against father Jeff Drew. The charge of state back to a time when he worked for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati before being ordained his attorneys that argued the state of Ohio waited too long to prosecute the case. But the judge said no. Drew was musical director of ST Jude in Bridgetown, the time the alleged rapes occurred in the late eighties and early nineties and in court today. It was revealed that a second person has now come forward to claim that he was raped by Drew that the prosecutor says the statue of limitations in that case has run out city of Cincinnati is going to study it. Further reforms are needed in the police Department Council's law in Public Safety Committee, proving an examination to decide of CPD policies aligned with the recommendations and a new report from the U. S Conference of Mayors on police reform. I'm excited about this report because it gives us a starting point. It gives us the opportunity to collaborate. I would hope That the folks out there who may not like everything in this report, we would see this as a necessary first step to lease city down at the table and saying, Hey, we all want to live in healthy neighborhoods. Councilman Jack Pastor. Early voting underway for the first time ever in the state of Kentucky. Today, sites have been set up in every county where people can cast ballots in advance of Election Day. Photo IDs are required. Storm asks Hamilton County Board of Elections is taking steps to make it easier to drop off ballots their office in Norwood second collection spot's going to be added on site during busy times to eliminate long waits. Butler County Board of Elections dealing today with a covert scare in the mist of early voting board says three of their workers have tested positive, but it says those workers I've never been any contact with voters. A statement also says the board's clean the affected area, using standards that were set forth by the Public Health Department as a number of new covert 19 cases increase in the tri state, so the number of people hospitalized here because of it. Hospitalizations in southwest Ohio been steadily rising since the start of October, and the number of hospital admissions is getting close to numbers hit back at the start of the pandemic in April. The increases, particularly concerning because rendering flu season and hospitals are worried they might have been hit by a double whammy. That's why they continue to stress the importance of getting a flu shot. He's being remembered as the wheels of the Big Red Machine Hall of Fame second baseman Joe Morgan has died at the age of 77. Molly's Known bastards back to back M V P seasons in Cincinnati, was also a successful broadcaster and businessman Dick Lang's general manager of Joe Morgan, Honda and Monroe. When he was at the store. He was always talking to the customers. He would get out of his car going to his office. Traffic gets off and go right into the customer lounge. And talked everybody there. Engles tickets are now on sale for the Browns game of Paul Brown Stadium later this month. Ohio Department hell, says the team Cano's 12,000 people for the Battle of Ohio tickets available being sold in groups of two in the upper deck of the stadium for $130 Apiece. News Service of GUILTY Window company. Next UPDATES at 12 30, Brian Copes NewsRadio seven W Mom, I think I stole I found in the attic is curse. No, Its eyes are just very life. Like what does.

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"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"L. W. another one of big stories that were kind of broke yesterday is in this coming off last year scandal involving member father Jeff drew and and bins are in those people sixteen Merion as priests and brothers are accused of sexually abusing minors father Vasquez who heads the group of the United States offered a big apology and now we're back to this story once again and it seems like every six months we have a another episode where names are revealed and unfortunately this case mop I think most of them are dead Dan front or if it is the local head of us survivors network of those abused by priests Dan good morning how are you hi Scott good morning yeah it seems like we keep having this conversation every few months man and and quite honestly it you wonder forever gonna stop I guess they looked it but it's something almost what twenty five hundred three thousand personnel files and then decided to release the names what brought this whole thing about you know I I like to know that I'd like to know what took them so long I I've I've looked at the list I've scanned it for local connections and it looks like most of the priest on this list are already deceased there is one that still alive but but you know some of them were removed from the ministry but say you know they that was several years ago while why did they wait so long to allow people to get the help that they might need by seeing this information being validated by instead of you know waiting as long as they did they if that seems a little self serving to me there is the the public pressure is mounting for the Catholic Church to come clean about a lot of the stuff and I think that probably just caught up with the mariners well this is the Marge Schott model isn't it I think it's worked because March out when she was alive was a violent racist in a bunch of other things and the entities who are now taking your name off the stuff had no problem cashing your check when she was alive and actually doing this stuff and now here it is you know ten twenty years later and now there's now another going you know what she's a terrible person yeah after you built the building we're taking the money or quiet when she's actually doing the stuff that now years later you're against it's kind of like the same model right as we just wait until all these guys are dead and that we release the names and we we still protect our own well it's it's easy to do when when they're passed away because the you know I was gonna fight it by that time anybody that was ever hurt by these guys it's probably had enough time to to to get past that and move on and and and have something of a life but it's it's it's not fair because everybody deserves a chance to be healed in and be restored and that the waiting as long as they did what they should have disclosed all this as it came out you know that some of these people were removed from the ministry you know it well before the year two thousand and that we should have been hearing about this priest at that time well I'll push back a little bit Dan now and I know your history I was never abused but it and tell me if I'm wrong about this but you said Hey you know what they they can least you had time to some people a time to come out and and get healing but what about those people who developed an addiction issue because of the abuse and try to self medicate or god forbid took their own lives all of the in and there's probably stories in between that a lot of lives ruined the wake these are these are young men predominantly who will never be made whole again that and it's it's a life wasted because obviously you can't go on the way back machine and fix this but it the same time I I would think that a lot of people's lives are not living up to their full potential because of the abuse they suffered we know this is a fact and and typically have use cases right yeah and and all the things that you mentioned sadly have come true for a lot of people that's why we call ourselves survivors if you get through it if you find a way to to deal with it you're among the lucky ones so but you know even if you're right you can't go back in time and and undo the wrong that happened but that that big knowledge been offered by the the the enablers of the crime certainly goes a long way to validating you know the hurt the loneliness that people feel because I want somebody see I guarantee if that somebody saw the name of their perpetrator this morning who has never told their wife for a counselor or girl for friend or a parent or a family member or a counselor or a law enforcement and and they they they probably so while I can't I can't believe he is and what he did to me really happened I didn't just dream and then just make it up and it is validating for people to have their pain recognized and and that's my point about waiting so long as that is robs people of of that deadly way to kickstart their restoration and that if they have they have their pain validate its well there's a number here Dan find or from a locally here molar Jerome Bender who taught in the night and in the nineties I guess is the most current one also Bernard Horst on a molar nineteen sixty five you get a per couple Purcell Merion Jurien Fink or think you may be and and Hartman who was removed from ministry in nineteen ninety seven also was it Muller for about five years as well as Comcast I look at these listing others probably people listening on that that know those names are taught there and maybe suspected something was going on or heard some stories about them or god forbid were actually a victim do you suspect that a lot of people or number of people to come forward or is time kind of taking care of that I think every time we see something like this happen you know our our phones will boring and people will come forward I I most of the people that will contact us and I would imagine what would have been hurt by one of the people on this list but that doesn't mean that other people don't all of a sudden get the courage to come forward to say Hey you left the name off the list of this happened to me that type of thing you know I I would imagine that you know for a lot of us back in two thousand and two who went to elder and were abused elder like myself that day in June of two thousand and two when when the news came out of a father strip matter you know there was a lot of shock people over on the west side and I'm feeling that today might be the candidate from my my counterparts at that Moeller and personnel and.

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"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In the archdiocese of Cincinnati has now resigned amid the accusations of inappropriate behavior his father Jeff drew pope Francis has accepted the resignation of auxiliary bishop Joseph Benzer after an investigation into father drew showed that bins are failed to properly report complaints of misconduct against the former St Ignatius priest in twenty thirteen drew is currently in jail on rape charges crimes he allegedly committed thirty years ago before he became a pastor Ohio house Republicans voted yesterday to limit the powers of the health director Democrat Bridget Kelly of heavily county says the bill ties the hands of medical experts this bill and its accompanying amendment fly in the face of reason they fly in the face of public health it's bad policy this was a bad bill made worse this morning the proposed amendment would limit stay at home orders to no more than fourteen days if the health director wants an extension she would require approval of the legislature the governor says he will veto this measure if it is approved by the Senate meanwhile governor Mike DeWine expected to unveil the state's plans to re open restaurants gyms and hair salons today his press briefing gets underway right around two o'clock will carry it live for you here on news radio seven hundred WLW Major League Baseball now working on a plan of restarting the season and it will be bringing that plan to the player's association in the coming days it's not clear when the game will resume but reports have suggested spring training starting back up in June and the season starting in July but it could also be later than that this is a realistic possibility.

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"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Right here Michael rose has been working with the task force setting the protocol will come up with something like good people understand what must be done and then they give a damn about the make it happen and I I feel like buckling up while parents are not happy at all with a suggestion from the governor on Monday that when kids go back to the school this fall they may only spend two days a week in the classroom and the other three days of the week at home a petition at change dot org demanding that the governor send all kids back to school for good in the fall has gathered more than five thousand signatures the group say that not only does it present a financial hardship for parents who have to find day care on the days kids will be home but they say it deprives kids of the structured consistent schedule schools provide governor said that nothing has been decided for sure yeah local hospitals making plans to get as many workers as possible outside this morning about ten thirty the Ohio national guard's planning a flyover of F. sixteen fighter jets of the hospitals in the tri I say today way to pay tribute to healthcare workers on the frontline of the pandemic you can see a map of the route that they're going to take in the times for each of those hospital flyovers if you go to seven hundred W. O. W. dot com number two man in the archdiocese of Cincinnati is out the pope's accepted the resignation of bishop bishop Joseph Benzer after an investigation into allegations that he failed to report suspicions of inappropriate behavior involving a local priest and teenage boys that priest is in jail now on rape charges statement from Benzer says he's deeply sorry for his role in addressing the concerns raised about father Jeff drew Wylie stepping down as artillery bishop though he will retain the title of bishop within the archdiocese well at this point it's not clear what is new duties will be reaction from snap the local survivors of sex abuse by priests organizations coming up with Scott Sloan atento six new numbers from the government today on first time claims for unemployment.

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"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For homeless children tomorrow night at the northern Kentucky convention center Ohio governor Mike DeWine says he wants lawmakers to come to some kind of compromise on the state policy when it comes to add choice that is vouchers for private school that use public money we focus on the kids let's get every kid the opportunity to have a good a good education and a good school basically what we got to try to do lawmakers recently were able to delay an expansion in the number of schools that qualify but they have yet to come up with a fix for it that's more permanent there is a bill in the state house that would make the vouchers income based but that doesn't have much support in the state Senate the judge in the case of father Jeff drew today denied the motion to dismiss and that means the west side priest will be tried on rape charges starting in October the Cincinnati archdiocese has admitted to making serious mistakes dealing with concerns raised by parishioners the charges for father drew from decades ago stem from an accuser who went public this past August on Wall Street today near the close the Dow down more than a thousand points right around one thousand thirty that is right around session lows from earlier in the day the nasdaq down three fifty five the S. and P. down one twelve news radio seven hundred WLW sports is the Reds update cactus league baseball updated Arizona red lead the Rangers in the second inning forty three Louise Casteel the Reds starter pulled after two thirds of an inning after a rough first fill Bourbon if given the Reds the lead with the grand slam college basketball cancer as a back at number one in the latest Associated Press poll date is fourth Kentucky eighth global eleventh West Virginia twentieth.

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"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To the tri state of showers are likely throughout the day today we'll see a high of forty seven cloudy tonight scattered showers still possibility your overnight low dropping down to forty two mostly cloudy for your Tuesday it warms up a bit C. high fifty two still a chance for some rain throughout the day as well right now forty degrees news a service of Kerry automotive dot com six people are without a place to live this morning after two homes were completely destroyed by a fire overnight in Franklin township flames broke out around eleven last night in the back of one of the homes on Torrington drive eventually spread to the second house firefighters had to have a difficult time containing those places because there were no hydrants nearby no injuries were reported no word yet on a cause grief counselors will be on hand at Wildwood elementary school today after a student was killed in a car accident Middletown school districts as six year old Brayton Jennings died on Friday along with his mother and grandmother after they were hit head on by a semi along I. seventy five near Dayton eight Cincinnati priest scheduled to go before a judge today as his attorney seek to have the case against him thrown out father Jeff drew accused of sexually assaulting an altar boy in the late nineteen eighties and is facing nine counts of rape image county prosecutors say drew assaulted the van a Levin year old victim while he was the music instructor at Saint Jude school in green township crews attorneys are arguing that the statute of limitations has expired tens of thousands of greater Cincinnati families are free of medical debt now thanks to the efforts of local church crossroads church announced yesterday they've raised forty six and a half million dollars worth of hospital bills out across the region to completely wipe them out funds were raised through contributions from church members families whose debts were paid or being notified by mail chance of rain throughout the day today the forecast is up next shopping for insurance can.

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"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Three nine seven now ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. topic cloudy tonight with lows around sixty four rain returns the forecast Monday a few rumbles of thunder possible as well cloudy and cool highs around seventy four from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning meteorologist sherry Hughes newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. it's seventy one degrees right now the archdiocese of Cincinnati is taking full blame after an indictment was announced against a former parish priest ABC's hard and has details sexual abuse survivors say former parish priest Jeff drew slip through the system for decades before facing charges on nine counts of rape Dan front door of the coordinator for Cincinnati snap survivors network of abuse by priests says artillery bishop Joseph bins are failed to protect the children if you cannot trust the exhilaration of if not the actual archbishop of of your diocese to protect kids then who can you trust what else have they lied about prosecutors say drew repeatedly assaulted an older boy over a three year period from nineteen eighty eight to ninety one taught at ABC news a scary shooting on Ohio state university's campus earlier this morning leaving a targeted victim injured Columbus Ohio police say that the shooter fired several shots in the nineteen hundred block of north High Street around one thirty this morning the shooter shot the victim twenty one year old Wesley Wesley in powers junior who was shot once in the diet powers junior ran inside the McDonald's and ran out of the front door before collapsing on the sidewalk police say that the shooter is still on the loose our next update is at ten o'clock I'm India Jones news radio seven hundred WLW the last of her classes for a limited time get a blast has been lenses for just seventy nine dollars two hundred dollars lens have been restored over ninety percent same day you'll also find a great selection of kids for instance you from but her for seventy nine dollars and get them back to the things right right right in your store Aston oaks tacular situated among.

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"jeff drew" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"jeff drew" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on WTVN

"From ABC news well the G. seven leaders gather in beer it's friends protesters a few miles away see them at their summit is totally irrelevant they move to the beat of their own drum protesters hundreds of them in nearby Honda through banners signs and flags their messages the wheel is red and the result there's too much inequality in the world one thing they do agree on is present a mac runs called a wax in over the Amazon fires and deforestation of all the things that I've been going on in the Amazon I figured that it would be a good idea to send a message French president host of the summit is determined to put the wild fires on top of the agenda this week with the president Tom rivers ABC news the arrests third Saturday of the PGA tour championship when golf course was rocked by a powerful lightning strike almost a half hour after a strong thunderstorm shut down play at the east lake golf club some of the thousands of fans found shelter under a tree between the fifteenth and sixteenth holes WSB sports reporter J. black was there and says that was the wrong tree watch wacky and then instantly you heard the thunder so you could tell the old no thank you see your camp county firefighters rushed the injured fans to local hospitals with injuries described is not life threatening tournament play has been suspended he comes ABC news Atlanta the archdiocese of Cincinnati Ohio was announced it is taking full blame admits failing parishioners after a nine count of rape indictment was announced against a former powers priest Jeff drew drew was ordered to limit his contact with children which went against the church guidelines and should have been removed them from one dollar.

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"jeff drew" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on WTVN

"Seven percent all division employees witnessing gender or sexual orientation discrimination a new study from matrix consulting found that Columbus police officers use force more against the minorities and they need to improve diversity among the police force ranks continues as well Columbus mayor Andrew get there said at a news conference today the city is responding by destructive director Pat S. to make implementation of matrix recommendations in this area a top priority director palaces already been answered the call to expand the number of minorities in police and fire and we're seeing results we have seen a steady increase in our minority police recruit classes since twenty sixteen again there says better supervision oversight improved deployment and community interaction are just a few of the changes being made to the Columbus police department in order to instill long term change for the future an Ohio priest went before a judge today charged with raping a child decades ago on for father Jeff drew was set at five million dollars by common pleas court judge Leslie gives who said she's concerned that the priest is a flight risk father drew's attorney entered a plea of not guilty for his client and asked for a low bond the accusation against father drew is that he raped an altar boy at Saint Jude and bridge town thirty years ago before drew was a priest he was suspended last month as pastor of Saint Ignatius in mind for heights for texting a teen boy I'm Matt Rees over one hundred new jobs are coming to Polaris jobs are available at a Texas tradition Chiles tax nexus hiring for all positions and it's soon to be opened Polaris locations starting Monday they're looking to fill one hundred and forty positions in all from host to servers line cooks and bartenders the restaurant's going in the old Smokey bones location on players parkway and is set to open.

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"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Says a pair of U. S. service members were killed today in Afghanistan department is withholding the names of two US service members killed in action until their families are notified but their death brings the total of US troops killed in combat related incidents in Afghanistan this year to fourteen the highest number recorded by the Pentagon since twenty fourteen that is a B. C.'s Elizabeth McLaughlin a serial killer who claims to have murdered ninety women will plead guilty this week in Hamilton County Samuel little was indicted earlier this year for the nineteen eighty one murder of thirty two year old Anna Stewart another woman's identity has not been determined prosecutor Joe deters says that little will be sentenced Friday via Skype from the California prison where he's already serving multiple life sentences meantime bond was set today for the local priest accused of rape family county common pleas court judge Leslie gives was worried about whether father Jeff drew would take off if released from prison so she set a high bond of five million dollars father drew was recently removed as pastor of Saint Ignatius and Monfort heights where he sent a text to a teen boy Serra murky is a Saint ice parent she was on the Scott Sloan show there should have been more tact and balances to not allow him to come ill are large school and be around many many children father drew allegedly raped an altar boy at Saint Jude in Bridgetown thirty years ago and father to his attorney has entered a plea of not guilty on his client's half he asked for a low bond hi Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred W. R. WNYC the Dow closed up two hundred forty points today nasdaq added seventy two the S. and P. getting twenty four news.

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"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Car care regional manager saying a man walked into the shop last month and told employees whose car was broken down the man then asked if he could use the phone to call a tow truck once the employee laughed that's when the suspect took the money about fifteen thousand dollars if you could help the city of police for the Cincinnati police department with the investigation call crime stoppers at three five to thirty forty with your kids snap the local chapter of survivors of sexual abuse by priests is calling for the pope to replace the two heads of the Catholic Church in Cincinnati I don't know why everybody within their kids hapless goal after seeing the behavior of what's going on here in Cincinnati in front door says the archdiocese had been worn for six years about inappropriate behavior but did nothing to limit Jeff drew's involvement with kids instead they moved him to the perish with the biggest Catholic grade school in Ohio for his own judgment in place of any contrary to the degree that she's taking on the priesthood right now Sam says they hope church leaders of the Vatican are paying attention sandy Collins's radio seven hundred WLW it's for your own good that's what president Donald Trump told reporters at the White House yesterday about the trade war with China saying quote I'm doing this whether it's good or bad for your statement about old will we fall into a recession for two months okay the fact is somebody had to take China end quote more from ABC news the president though is you know really kinda went out on a little bit of a limb on this one in defending his trade war with China he says a recession or damage to the economy is worth it because I simply have to do what I have to do a lot of analysts believe that this trade war could essentially be one of the large contributing factors to a recession but the president he's really sticking to his guns standing his ground on this one saying it's okay even if it hurts the economy we're going for with this trade war ABC senior White House correspondent sees Celio Vega on the A. B. C. podcast start here radio.

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"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Compact to full size sedans SUVs each month Florida has a hybrid that will meet your needs with each month so it'll show you how hybrid and alternative fuel technology works and how can save you money visit each month Toyota Beechmont Ford dot com to learn more about Toyota hybrids traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati he says they can't be trusted leading the Catholic Church with a twelve o'clock reporter Brian colds breaking down directly children in harm's way yeah the victims group of people abused by priests say it's time to replace Cincinnati's auxiliary bishop and the archbishop Dan frowned ours is a local Catholic Church ignored its own rules designed to protect children he tells us got slowly hopes that the pope is watching with your kids snap the local chapter of survivors of sexual abuse by priests is calling for the pope to replace the two heads of the Catholic Church in Cincinnati I don't know why everybody within their kids half like school after seeing the behavior of what's going on here in Cincinnati in front door says the archdiocese had been worn for six years about inappropriate behavior but did nothing to limit Jeff drew's involvement with kids instead they moved him to the perish with the biggest Catholic grade school in Ohio we've been very fortunate very judgment and place of in the country to the degree that should be checking on the priesthood white now Sam says they hope church leaders of the Vatican are paying attention sandy Collins's radio seven hundred W. O. W. this call for the removal of the bishops follows yesterday's indictment of father Jeff drew on nine counts raping a young boy truce currently being held in the hell to get justice center he will face his first court appearance tomorrow morning at nine thirty before judge Leslie get.

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"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Happened early Friday morning after his return from Connecticut police interrogated sing for hours are free call nine one one to report finding the bodies in April then they released him he'll be arraigned on Monday a second the priest has been placed on administrative leave by the archdiocese of Cincinnati during a pending investigation of father clearance hice now this is the second time he's been suspended by the archdiocese the first was thirteen years ago after he pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct and resisting during an arrest for having sex in a public park in Fairborn he was reinstated ten years ago and worked in the archdiocese main office earlier this week the pastor of St Ignatius of Loyola perish father Jeff drew was suspended and is accused of violating the archdiocese decree on child protection the weather is absolutely perfect for the final weekend at the Ohio state fair in Columbus the Ohio state fair is winding down today and tomorrow are the final days of the twenty nineteen edition today's events feature Columbus to animals wrestling the Boy Scouts Pinewood derby and the giant pumpkin way off if you're thirsty get a drink at the beer and wine pavilion I want to tell you that you can also meet a lot of rumors there so not only can you sample some muscle great craft beers you can also see the people across the to actually create that bin store narrow handles the podcast for the Ohio state fair tonight they go retro with a concert featuring the turtles Chuck Nekron who used to be with three dog night and the classics for will also be performing I'm Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred WLW now AREDS update the strike came out swinging and this one belongs to the rent Sir it's winners over the Braves in Atlanta five to two last night game three is tonight as newly signed Trevor Bauer.

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"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It's our turn I guess Brian Collins who was supposed to be talking in the for got the tongue alright I might you know thank you all right so the saying what same old Catholic Church that's what we're hearing from people at Saint Ignatius church in Montford heights have the story this week of their pastor being put on leave and now we come to find out that the the church apparently told a as saying eyes the prisoners Monday night that they had been watching a father Jeff drew he had been on a watch list they've been monitoring him because he had been investigated at the last place that he was at and then liberty township and police in Butler County tell channel nine and yes they did an investigation of inappropriate contact between the priest in children I said didn't lead to criminal charges though it was violation of the churches a child protection degree and now the priest has been suspended the person is the principle it's a nice school which is one of the biggest great schools in Cincinnati Catholic archdiocese says that he was never told that this priest was on a watch list and that he shouldn't be around kids are that he should be a monitored and there are number of people in the in the parish there were very upset that the church sent them the priest and didn't tell them about his past or that is the church itself was watching over they mean that they monitor them with what they did I I don't know what that means I mean that's that's what they told people some I mean there was he like in counseling where they meeting with him were I mean clearly there were no eyes at least anybody in in the parish on him watching him as he was doing his daily work there because they said that this all caught them totally by surprise yeah okay coming up on news eight o'clock we'll talk about the big brawl on the field last night couple of Reds players involved some pirates and even a new member of the Indians it wasn't just a bench clearing brawl either cleared the the clubhouse as well in some of the people who were ejected like manager Dave bell came back on the field the part of the nineteen in trouble well I rarely get thrown out of the same game twice yeah I mean who knows okay suspect he's gonna face for that coming up in all the details on newsradio seven W..

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"jeff drew" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"jeff drew" Discussed on The Pulse

"Her mother, enrolled her in the district's voluntary desegregation program, and he calls started going to school in the white section of town. Things seemed to get nicer the whiter the community God and the school that I was bused to had a lot more resources. So it was having the experience of being able to leave my side of town and Ritter watch the change through the windows of the bus that really got me to see the disparities. But also wondering why we're things like that. She says when we talk about school, segregation, we typically talk about test scores and the achievement gap. But the impact of segregation goes far beyond that it is embedded in the fabric fabric in fibre of every institution in this country. It is in every part of the system, and this is what people I think often don't get about the push for integration. It is not that black folks are just dying to be in the presence of white Americans at every moment of the day. Everyone wants to be around people who they're comfortable with but people have their own cultural institutions they and they like that and enjoy that. But it is understanding that that separation means a separation from the same services and opportunities that white Americans are insured, for example. She says many black students arriving at college have not had enough science classes. And so for most kids that means they will never be a doctor not because they didn't want it now because they're not smart enough. Not because they didn't want to work. Hard enough. But simply they are part of our segregated unequal to -cational system that simply doesn't give a lot of kids the opportunity. One of the people Nicole interviewed was peer Johnson, the physician from Chicago we met earlier he was nine years old when he met his first black doctor, and he decided to become an OBGYN Pierre told me he was one of the top students in its high school. But once he arrived at college things got rough, you know, never had any any detail, biology or chemistry. So everything was brand new to me, and you know, about to about two months into school. I was out struggling, but he was attending Xavier university in New Orleans. It's a historically black college. That was ready for students like him, the fostered a atmosphere of commodity and atmosphere of looking after one of each other and to push each other to do your absolute best. He. Study buddies two men who became his best friends in a library studying, you know, hours upon hours and hours a day. Each one of us got pushed to the brink of like, you know, an of questioning ourselves, can we really do this have you, and we all were each other backbone through those bad times after his Avia what peer went on to medical school, which was mostly white. The difference was startling a fill like a man on the island. I, you know, I really just had to navigate things on on my own and didn't have study groups, and you know, people, you know, picking me up and helped me learn information. It was just you know, getting it all on my own. It was almost depressing at times just kind of filling alone Pierre Johnson made it through and together with his two friends from savior. He has written a book about the experience. It's called the pulse of perseverance. We're talking about the forces that impact the health of African Americans and the care they received housing segregated is a major driving factor in bad health outcomes. So we're going to spend some time exploring this issue. Rickie Powell's family moved to the Smithfield neighborhood in Birmingham, Alabama in nineteen sixty one. So it was a wonderful neighborhood one of community ranch style, brick homes trees, everybody looked out for each other. They were teachers and doctors and lawyers and architects in judges I felt safe in the neighborhood. We can walk. My mother would be up planning flowers and stuff, but his family had moved across the color line in Birmingham. They were taking on Jim crow laws, and they were now living on the west side of center street were once only white set lived, Jeff drew grew up there too. And he says this drew the rage and violence of racists. This house was not bombed, but it was built to take a bar. The the wall out front that faces center street now was designed to stop the throwing of dynamite and to. Stop the shooting the neighborhood became known as dynamite..

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Who's really to blame for the recent mail bombs?

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:03 min | 4 years ago

Who's really to blame for the recent mail bombs?

"Alabama was known by another name bombing hail bombing ham. Alabama be OEM. Be Jeff drew grew up on a street called dynamite hill because so many black families were bombed for moving into the predominantly white neighborhood. It would push the furniture off the floor break the windows and and scare us to death. So terrorism is nothing new, but this part of Birmingham, Alabama, we experienced it firsthand. They were more than three dozen unsolved racially motivated bombings in Birmingham during the civil rights era, mostly houses, and churches, and drew says there was a pattern after the attacks. Authorities would accuse victims of planting the bombs most inhumane thing you could you could think of who would bomb their own. House, but that rumor was widely circulated in white circles says Diane mcwhorter who wrote a book about the Birmingham, civil rights movement. The understood motive that blacks were bonding their own churches and buildings in order to raise money and get publicity for the movement. She says it was repeated publicly by politicians, including Alabama's segregationist governor George Wallace other common theories were that the bombings were ordered by Martin Luther King junior. We're part of a communist plot orchestrated by the FBI. It was repeated so often I mean, I grew up hearing this from my father, you know, I think they started believing it and part of the reason they were able to believe it was that until the sixteen th street church bombing in September nineteen sixty three when four young girls were murdered. There had been no real talented, even after that deadly Ku Klux Klan attack. Police said I zeroed in on the churches. Black janitor as a suspect. Historian Taylor branch says conspiracy theories were rampant across the south as African Americans pushed for rights shows the lengths that people will go to not to acknowledge something that they don't wanna believe. For instance, what happened in Mississippi during freedom summer in nineteen sixty four free of the civil rights workers were kidnapped by a sheriff's posse of clansman and murdered because the bodies weren't found. Mississippi officials denied that that segregation is could have done this crime and said first of all they said there was a hoax Senator James Eastland, even cold that to the president on the phone. Down here. I believe it for. Branch says polarizing times then and now lead to an ideological climate where conspiracy theories thrive it's a low point for the country says democratic Senator Doug Jones of Alabama. He's a former US attorney who prosecuted the Birmingham church bombers. We are living in a time. Where words matter just like they did back in the sixties. There were so many things that happen then based on the empowerment that public officials like George Wallace gave do people not understand what it takes to kind of tone down the rhetoric to make sure that things like this don't happen with some deranged fool out there who wants to try to hurt people thinking that he's got the okay to do it federal officials declined to talk about potential political motivations. But in a news conference announcing the arrest. Attorney general Jeff Sessions acknowledged the suspect, quote appears to be a partisan,

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