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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:59 min | Last month

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on KOMO

"Warmer than our normal daytime highs. The hottest, ever likely we've had to sleep through here in western Washington in the coma Weather Center I'm meteorologist Shannon O. Donald, It is 82 in downtown Seattle. You're in the middle of 20 minutes of nonstop news on Cuomo at 606. Mother from Louisiana is holding Seattle's criminal justice system partly responsible for her son's death. Bradley Areva was stabbed to death at the homeless camp in the city park that's right next to the King County courthouse. Almost met Markovich with an update in the case of Michael CDO. His initial bail for beating and robbing a man last month in the park was set at $50,000. Another judge reduced at the 20,000 and then another judge dropped it to 5000 in a bail reform group paid it Now he's accused of the stabbing death of Bradley Ary Bay last week at the camp. His mother who lives in Lake Charles. Louisiana, says he came to Seattle to seek a better life. But because the courts did not holds today who in jail her son is now dead. And not even a few days later, he attacked these people at the park. Which was the cause of my son's death, so he stabbed him. 10 times before he took his life. For what? There are no immediate plans to move or remove. The camp studio is back in jail. He's being held on $2 million bail. That's commas. Matt Markovich. Legal challenges seems certain to follow Seattle's landmark legislation to protect renters from eviction. Thomas Corwin reports. The Bills have passed the City Council. Despite warnings from Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin jerkin says she will not sign new laws that prohibit landlords from evicting families with kids in school and that require landlords to offer tenants a new lease before they're currently expires. Mom and pop landlords have threatened legal action, saying the restrictions are not only unfair but will chase property owners out of the rental business and decrease the housing supply. Families with Children are the very people you're hurting with this legislation by pushing single family rental houses out of the rental market. In a letter to the city clerk, Durkin says she is returning the bills on signed because she says they are unlikely to withstand legal challenge. The bills will become long anyway due to the council's veto proof majority. Corwin Hate Carmo News. The case against Seattle's pandemic hazard pay for food delivery drivers might get a review by a state appeals court after the city failed to get the case tossed out. Details from Camoes Ryan Harris. Seattle's ordinance calls for a $2.50 free added to each trip. Food delivery drivers make The city's motion to dismiss the case was denied by a King County judge. And now it's attorney, Jeremiah Miller argues there were legal errors right for review at the state appeals level. The trial court has determined that it must weigh legislators, motives and empirical necessity of the economic regulation that issue here. Attorney Daniel Rubens for insta CART and the Washington Food Industries Association says Not only did the city failed to prove the errors. The city rapid acknowledges that the trial court applied that articulated the legal standard correctly recognize. Think that rational basis is deferential to the political branches and have to take account of the public health emergency. A state Supreme Court commissioner says he'll decide by next week whether a review is warranted. Ryan Harris, commodious Uber will pay more than $3.4 Million to 15,000 drivers settling violations of Seattle's paid sick leave law governing governing gig workers and Seattle City Council last year temporarily extended sick and safe leave protections to gig workers during the Covid 19 pandemic. That law allows the workers to take paid days off to care for themselves or family members who get sick or to care for Children whose schools closed uber conducted audits that showed technical glitches and other problems with awarding the benefits to some of its drivers, but voluntarily fix those problems. Common news time is 6 10 time for a check on sports this time next week, college athletes could be profiting for their celebrity,.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Ready, say the gunman, who took his own life has not been identified. The motive is not clear. WBBM TV is Charlie Damar. Jeremiah Miller was outside the facility about to start his second shift when he heard the gunfire night here. Six shots fired at once. You know, you know, at the time Bang, Bang, Bang, Bang! Bang bang! He says. He took cover, then started warning other employees. Initial thought was Don't die. In a six. But then when I started saying everybody roll up from midnight shift, I had felt the need out people. I felt the need to warn people find Steven Portnoy in Washington. A written statement from the president laments what Mr Biden Call's just the latest in a string of tragedies following closely behind others in Georgia, Colorado and South Carolina. In response to this latest mass shooting in Indiana, the president says he's again lowering flags to half staff. Gun violence is an epidemic in America, he writes, But we should not accept it. We must back President Biden has signed a declaration that will speed refugee admissions into the US, but he's not lifted the low cap of 15,000 set by former president Trump CBS is Natalie Brand tells US health officials are talking more about what might be needed. After the current effort to get everyone vaccinated against Cove. It 19 Americans may need another covert vaccine shot within a year of being fully vaccinated with many vaccines. We understand that a certain point in time we need to boost whether that's nine months 12 months We're preparing for that comes Biden administration officials say they are in discussions to secure more vaccine doses if booster shots are needed. And they say covert variants may make them necessary in agonizing wait for relatives of 12 people missing after the ship that capsized this week off the Louisiana coast. CBS is David Bag, No says it's hoped all are. Some were able to find a safe spot. The Coast Guard dropped five life jackets.

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FedEx Shooter Took His Own Life; Multiple Victims Sent to Area Hospitals

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

FedEx Shooter Took His Own Life; Multiple Victims Sent to Area Hospitals

"Report. Survivors are reliving a nightmare at a FedEx warehouse in Indianapolis. So assault rifle of some sort. I saw the clip. And he started firing, Jeremiah Miller says. He warned his many co workers as he could when he heard shots ring out late last night. When it ended, police say eight people were dead and the gunman had shot himself to death. Some loved ones are gathered at a nearby hotel. Still waiting for word wt. TV's Darius Rucker is there. It's kind of heartbreaking to see that they're still at least 20 people. Maybe 30 who are still waiting for answers. They could be full families. They could be individuals. But you do have Chaplin still consoling there. Yes, I did. That's a yes This man is grateful His son is OK. I just want everybody to love each other. Police have not released the gunman's identity yet, or a motive. CBS News

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:14 min | 3 months ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on WTOP

"S news on the hour Presented by indeed calm. I'm Deborah Rodriguez Heartache in Indianapolis, where a man opened fire in a FedEx facility near the airport late last night way don't know if my nephew Okay or not. We've been calling this phone texting him like they said, their phones are locked up. They can't have him on the network, so just out here with other family members and loved ones waiting to see. Police say eight people were killed before the gunman shot himself to death. Jeremiah Miller was on duty at FedEx when he heard loud bangs. Thought was Don't die. Escapes. But then when I started saying, everybody roll up From midnight shift. I had felt the need out people. I felt the need to warn people. Police have not released the gunman's identity. They're still working on a motive. We're learning this morning. The family of 12 year old Tamir Rice is asking for the case into his death to be reopened. CBS's Jim Chris Ola the investigation of the case of the Black Cleveland The boy who was fatally shot by police in 2014, was closed in the last weeks of the Trump administration. Late last year, federal prosecutors decided not to bring charges. Against the two white officers involved. The shooting prompted protest over police treatment of black people. More protests are expected in Chicago today over newly released body cam video, showing a police officer shooting and killing a 13 year old boy. As he raised his arms in the air. John Caton Zara runs the city's his head's the city's police union. We do not have to wait to be shot to respond. The officer at every reason to believe that that offender was turning and pointing the gun at him. Police found a handgun near Adam. Too late Owes body there's hope. This morning, divers will find at least some of the 12 missing crew members alive inside a lift boat that capsized Tuesday off the coast of Louisiana correspondent David Beg No is in New Orleans and Coast Guard dropped five life jackets and five radios down the five men that they saw on the ship. And the last radio transmission was from two of the men who said We're going back into the hole of the ship. So right now we're told that divers air at the ship, they're going to try and make access entry into that hole. There could be pockets inside of there in the living quarters area where some of those men are still alive. Captain.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on WTOP

"Indianapolis, including the gunman who police say killed himself. Employee Jeremiah Miller says he heard several shots before he saw someone with an automatic rifle. Initial Sahwas Don't die. And escapes. Then when I started saying, everybody roll up From midnight shift. I had felt the need out people. I felt the need to warn people, Indianapolis police Deputy Chief Craig McCarthy tells CBS this morning. We're still processing the crime scene, and part of that process, obviously is is also identifying all of the victims. And so we have not done that. Yet. Several people are hospitalized, one in critical condition. FedEx is reportedly reevaluating its policy requiring employees to lock up their phones while they're working. CBS News Special Report I'm Deborah Rodriguez. See 32 now will calm is being urged in Chicago today after the release of a video that showed a 13 year old boy being shot to death by police. Chicago police officers respond to a call of shots fired and when they encounter 13 year old Adam's Lehto and a 21 year old man. Police say the two ran the older man was tackled and taken into custody. Police say to Lato had a gun. Seventh grader was shot in the chest from here now. All right. The teenager died in police body Cam video. His hands appear to be empty. Too late. Oh, family lawyer, Adina Wise. Ortiz complied with the officer's request dropped, the gun turned around, the officers saw his hands were.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"News on the level on the go. It's the fourth mass shooting in Indianapolis this year, a partly On the sky 36 degrees on Monument Circle with highs today in the low sixties. I'm John Herrick. Here's what's trending at 7 38 people killed in a shooting at a FedEx ground facility in Indianapolis near the Indian Annapolis International Airport. Luminary information at this time is that the shooter has taken his own life. Way don't feel that there is an active threat to the community. At this time, I m P d Officer Janet Cooke says they will have another news conference this morning at 10 31 witness who investigators believe was an employee at the facility says he saw a man with some sort of submachine gun or rifle firing out into the open. Indianapolis Mayor Jo Hogg said, thanked law enforcement officers for their work They did overnight and he says he's praying for the victims of the families. The FBI says there now assisting police in Indianapolis. It is unclear whether the man who Shot and killed those people. Before killing himself was a FedEx employee. Families of FedEx workers were being asked to gather at the Holiday Inn Express parking lot on Stanstead Dr. Find Kurt Darling on the West Side, and in fact, I'm at the Holiday Inn, where I MPD is staging a lot of the family members who are waiting on word. About their own loved ones who were inside the FedEx facility when shots were fired, killing eight people earlier this morning and based off of some of the chatter that I've heard from some I MPD officers. It sounds like They've pretty much interviewed everyone that needs to be interviewed, and those people have now been released back to their families. So now it's just waiting on word for other people who have not heard about their own family members, yet they're waiting here anxiously, and so far, there's a lot of emotions that are being felt right now. On the West Side, Kirk Darling 93 double D Y B. C. Mobile News. Jeremiah Miller works the night shift of FedEx. He was taking a break, and that's when he tells our news gathering partners that wish TV things got bad. We hear two gunshots.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Tikey rescue is obviously about people right so i guess this director is named john m chew he's developing a film about the cave tikey rescue but he wants to make sure he does it so that it doesn't get quote unquote whitewashed as white actors different store the fall the same story but they make hollywood would that this has been so public hollywood there's been a history of it so i understand well what we know no there has a history of us take in asian japanese chinese moves then placing white actors in there like the great wall of damon that's different because that's all made up that's not real real story last summer i had tom cruise it wasn't an american wasn't it tom cruise and we all went to see it tom cruise yes because he's a big movie star in the world so once again shooter last school why do out of syracuse and sure great wall the great wall with matt dame that part's true that one's tricky now however this of course this guy's going to do it and you got type people in it can do that that i can get that extreme what if you have a filipino guy in there and he's a great actor can't have it and he looks tired tied bro bank now i want all white kids scared right brian calvin ties soccer brian eno brennan child's in the i got he's a giant white brennan as that's all i'm starving down fine i'm send food now should do we should i have an idea for a sketch who's gonna play the dickie elon musk what else jin just this last one here so nevada was supposed to use feno for an execution due to a lot of it's expiring fencing although so that would be the first time they would have used it but of course all these drug companies including makers there like they had to stop it because they don't want their drug obviously don guys terrible dude i don't know what he did i'm saying physically though dime piece big he looks looks like an actor what do you do steve blue has grossberg double murder a woman in a little girl or something like god again so he's he's repeatedly state he wants to be executed yeah he wants to excuse us three drug cocktail has been set for wednesday evening in vada experts say it will be the first time the opioid fenton all was user execution the pharmaceutical company fought a lawsuit hey pharmaceutical just get it done right so what did he do keeps going down many states all right keep going what are saying he added say what he's keep going down there goes does our does air was sentenced to death over the over the first degree murder into to jeremiah miller whose dismembered body was found at trash being las vegas now does are known as volunteer or death row inmate abandoned future appeals so you just killed a dude this time piece chen this trying to make them feel bad for remember dude on crime that twenty two year old boy what exactly do though that's scary looking dude though he's a big boy keep going let me see just go through to where it had a handsome guy though yeah he's he's handsome but let me find out exactly what he did dismembered a man but what i need the logistics guy got it must have been really bathroom fucking murder on april he met does air at a conscio a motel strip promised to help miller by ephedrine key ingredient prediction of math miller had brought twelve thousand cash with expense pond miller's arrival does air killed them likely by shooting salt miller's by multiple pieces stuff most.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on Here & Now

"The first time that i talked to scott dosier it was after he had discovered that his execution was going to be halted four or five days ahead of time so he had sort of ample time to process that and he was still kind of devastated and dismayed and depressed about it not really for himself so much as worrying about the kind of whiplash effect on his family members who've gone through a lot with this then i'm sure there's some relief for the family members but for scott himself he is very ready for this to be over with well and perhaps his victims families will as won't mean horrific of deaths murders that he's accused of one of course that that he is on death row for just tell us who is scott does your key came from a middle class upbringing and then made his way into the world of the meth trade has sort of elements of breaking bad in that he sort of got deeper and deeper into this world and more and more into a world of violence and eventually was convicted of two separate very grisly murders of people who are also involved in the drug trade the case for which he's on death row was the murder of twenty two year old name jeremiah miller the argument the prosecutors made was that dosier alert miller with the promise of money and help with making methamphetamine and getting ingredients to make it and then murdered him and dosier has not admitted to that or any other murder explicitly he kind of sometimes offer sort of cryptic comments around his role but a couple of years ago he decided that rather than continue to appeal this case you know on into the future he wanted to be done with it he felt that living on death row wasn't really living and that he didn't want to start on the rest of his life in solitary confinement and so he decided to forego his appeals and the result of this was a kind of scramble by nevada state officials to put back into motion executions after having not carried one out for more than a decade well look we'll talk more about the mechanics of this but staying with scott toes your when you say had elements of breaking bad it's like a poor man's breaking bad as if breaking bad wasn't poor man enough it just seems so kind of crazy because he's talented he was an artist he had a wife and a child and they've stuck by him in some ways i mean when you spoke to him did he seem like a monster to you know he is a gregarious and thoughtful and very kind of articulate individual he loves to talk about a kind of wide variety of subjects there were times when i was interviewing him where i would just sort of realize that we had drifted away from his case to you know music or art or some other subject in his mind i think he was operating in a world that was outside of the law and the murders that he committed were you know world of people who sort of know the rules of the game that's sort of his way of seeing it and i think that there's a lot of nihilism in that and sort of amoral view of the world but i don't think that necessarily qualifies him as a monster and he certainly doesn't come off that way i mean they're of course possibly sides to him that i've not seen i only interacted with this man after he is spent more than a decade on in prison and on many of his years on death row so he's you know come to be the sign of philosophical com presence but that doesn't mean that he's always been like that it's hard to know well and there's no getting around that jeremiah dollars body was you know beheaded and cut up i mean it's just you know eighties monstrous but he so here you have scott dosier giving up his appealed becoming one in ten of the fourteen hundred men and women who've been executed in the last four decades who have been in their appeals you write the legal community calls them volunteers and you spoke with someone who came up with kind of a profile of.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Right here on democracy now i mean the goodman with juan gonzalez we turn out to nevada where a drug manufacturer has filed suit in an attempt to stop an execution slaves for tonight the drug company at volgin which makes the sedative my dazzling filed a complaint in nevada's clark county on tuesday citing that the nevada department of corrections illegally obtained the drug for use in the execution of convicted murderer scott dosier nevada officials plan to use an untested three drug protocol of my dazzling the painkiller the opioid sentinel and the paralytic drug cisa attract curium the for dosier sexy nevada will become the first state to use fennel as part of its deadly drug cocktail today's execution will be the first time in twelve years nevada's carrying out the death penalty does your former meth dealer was sentenced to die in two thousand seven for first degree murder with a deadly weapon and robbery with a deadly weapon in two thousand and two slaying of another dealer jeremiah miller last year does your dropped his death penalty appeals and ask to be executed the procedure slated be carried out at eight pm in nevada at the state prison for more we're joined by marie shamas staff writer at the marshall project his profile scott dosier titled the volunteer more than a year ago nevada death row prisoner scott does your gave up his legal appeals and asked to be executed he's still waiting welcome to democracy now talk about this case i talk about the man who's going to die tonight who says he wants to die the volunteer he's called and these drugs that are going to be used on him sure it's sort of a strange situation and kind of a confluence of factors scott dosier has been on death row for many years for this murder in las vegas about a decade ago and he decided a couple of years ago that he didn't wanna fight as appeals anymore that he would rather be dead than spend the rest of his life in the conditions of death row he's very open about that he's very articulate about reasons we spoken at length about that and what that decision set off was kind of honesty sort of chaos in the nevada legal and correctional system where having not carried out an execution and more than a decade the state needed execution drugs to use in it's lethal injection execution chamber they just built a new execution chamber that's ever been used before more than two hundred different drug companies distributors manufacturers said they wouldn't sell drugs that it went against their company policies this is an ongoing problem for many states that want to carry out executions nevada's one of them and the result was that nevada than announced it would use this new cocktail that had never been used before that featured fence and all the opioid and dosier for his part said he didn't really care how the execution was carried out he prefer the firing squad you told me but what happened was he let his lawyers sort of get involved in litigating over the pain that could be caused by this execution and that set off sort of stop start court battle that goes back now to you know last fall and has sort of ground forward up to the nevada supreme court and is now finally going to lead potentially to his execution unless a judge in las vegas today stops it up to the drug companies concerns you mentioned your interview with him i want to go to a clip from the marshall projects short video on scott does speaking about why he gave up his legal appeals.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington i'm shay stevens president trump has sent out a tweet questioning the value of nato npr's alice fordham reports that trump's online remark came after the military alliance which flips the us issued a communique agreeing to bolster defenses trump criticized germany publicly for the second time in a day for buying gas from russia he said that the us was paying for europe's protection a reference to the fact that the us has a large defense budget than its european allies the message was characteristically at odds with that of other countries pursuits emphasize unity a summit communique cool today security and firemen dangerous unpredictable and fluid cited russia as a particular concern uncalled for more defense spending alice fordham and pr news brussels nevada judge has delayed an execution that had been scheduled for thursday npr's on jaffe reports it's because of a lawsuit by the company that makes one of the drugs in the state's lethal injection protocol if the decision holds this would be the first time that an execution has been halted because of a successful lawsuit by drugmaker alvin said it didn't want it sedatives my dazzle them to be used in a quote botched execution the company also claimed that the state of nevada had obtained the drug under false pretenses drug company sandoz has also objected to nevada using one of their drugs in executions but has not formally joined the lawsuit fortysevenyearold scott raymond dosier has said he'd rather die than live in prison and that he doesn't mind if his execution painful he was convicted of murdering and dismembering twenty two year old jeremiah miller who'd come to a las vegas motel to purchase ingredients for manufacturing methamphetamine either jaffe npr news a firefighter remains hospitalized your madison wisconsin after a.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from npr news in washington i'm shay stevens president trump is sent out a tweet questioning the value of nato npr's alice fordham reports that trump's online remark came after the military alliance which flew the us issued a communique agreeing to bolster defenses trump criticized gemini publicly for the second time in a day for buying gas from russia he said that the us was paying for europe's protection a reference to the fact that the us has a large defense budget than its european allies the message was characteristically at odds with that of other countries though sought to emphasize unity a summit communicate cool today security environment dangerous unpredictable and fluid cited russia is a particular concern uncalled for more defense spending alice fordham and theon news brussels una vida judge has delayed an execution that had been scheduled for thursday npr's on jaffe reports it's because of a lawsuit by the company that makes one of the drugs in the state's lethal injection protocol if the decision holds this would be the first time that an execution has been halted because of a successful lawsuit by drugmaker alvin said it didn't want it sedatives my desk lamp to be used in a quote botched execution the company also claimed that the state of nevada had obtained the drug under false pretenses drug companies sandoz has also objected to nevada using one of their drugs in excecutions but has not formally joined the lawsuit year scott raymond dosier has said he'd rather die than live in prison and that he doesn't mind if his executioners painful he was convicted of murdering and dismembering twenty two year old jeremiah miller who'd come to a las vegas motel to purchase ingredients for manufacturing methamphetamine either jaffe npr news a firefighter remains hospitalized your madison wisconsin after a.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington i'm deal willman president trump and german chancellor angela merkel held bilateral talks today during the nato gathering in brussels speaking through an interpreter mirko said she was grateful for discussions with trump let me say that i'm a very seasoned jazz for the exchanges us at indeed community to have an exchange about economic on pursue such as migration and also the future of a chafee nations earlier in the day trump blasted germany for its joint natural gas line venture with russia's saying merkel's government is captive to that country a nevada judge has delayed an execution because the drug maker has objected to one of its products being used as part of the lethal injection npr's aina jaffe reports that scott raymond dosier was scheduled to be executed tonight in the northern nevada town of ille if the decision holds this would be the first time that an execution has been halted because of a successful lawsuit by drugmaker alvin said it didn't want it sedatives my dazzle them to be used in a quote botched execution the company also claimed that the state of nevada had obtained the drug under false pretenses drug company sandoz has also objected to nevada using one of their drugs in executions that has not formerly joined the lawsuit fortysevenyearold scott raymond dosier has said he'd rather die than live in prison and that he doesn't mind zach is painful he was convicted of murdering and dismembering twenty two year old jeremiah miller who'd come to a las vegas motel to purchase ingredients for manufacturing methamphetamine either jaffe npr news the celebrations have begun in croatia following that country's come from behind to two one win over england in the world cup semifinal croatia was behind one nil until the sixty eighth minute and the go ahead goal came in the one hundred ninth minute with stocks the dow jones industrial average closed down two hundred nineteen points the nasdaq also was down forty two this is npr and you're listening to wnyc i'm jamie floyd wnyc has learned to young migrant children separated from their parents at the border were successfully reunited with their families here in new york wnyc's beth fertig has more sources and city government say immigration and customs enforcement brought to father to new york on tuesday to reunite them with their young sons that was the deadline set by a federal judge in california for the trump administration to reunite kids under the age of five with their parents the two families were received by lutheran social services and catholic guardian services hundreds of migrant children in new york were separated from their families after illegally crossing the border but government officials say they don't know how many are under the age of five federal officials did not respond to requests for more information about the children tune into the brian lehrer show tomorrow morning at ten for the latest on the trump administration's family separation policy and how it's playing out here in new york jersey city's mayor wants officials to scrap a contract to detain immigrants at the hudson county jail this in response to wnyc's report that the recently expired contract with isis close to renewal wnyc's matt katz reports steve full of is the mayor of one of the most diverse cities in the nation and the largest and democratic controlled hudson county he says if you oppose president trump's immigration agenda you can't jail the immigrants victimized by most if not all of the elected officials here speak to the fact that we don't support the trump policy but in actuality when you look at what they're doing they're actually doing something that opposite what they're saying essex in bergen county's also contract with ice the gel immigrants the three counties are paid six million dollars a month and mayor de blasio is denying allegations that he violated immigration laws when crossing the border during a visit near el paso last month the claims are outlined in a letter from us customs and border protection which was obtained by a p de blasio joined about twenty other mayors from across the country at the border to visit a holding facility for immigrant children he was denied entry he and his security detail went into mexico and then crossed into the us to get a view of the facility the letter was sent june twenty fifth to the nypd who runs the blasios security detail a spokesperson for the mayor says the group did nothing illegal tonight isolated showers and thunderstorms currently seventy seven degrees in central park at.

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Nevada execution blocked after drugmaker protests use of its sedative

All Things Considered

04:37 min | 3 years ago

Nevada execution blocked after drugmaker protests use of its sedative

"Live from npr news in washington i'm deal willman president trump and german chancellor angela merkel held bilateral talks today during the nato gathering in brussels speaking through an interpreter mirko said she was grateful for discussions with trump let me say that i'm a very seasoned jazz for the exchanges us at indeed community to have an exchange about economic on pursue such as migration and also the future of a chafee nations earlier in the day trump blasted germany for its joint natural gas line venture with russia's saying merkel's government is captive to that country a nevada judge has delayed an execution because the drug maker has objected to one of its products being used as part of the lethal injection npr's aina jaffe reports that scott raymond dosier was scheduled to be executed tonight in the northern nevada town of ille if the decision holds this would be the first time that an execution has been halted because of a successful lawsuit by drugmaker alvin said it didn't want it sedatives my dazzle them to be used in a quote botched execution the company also claimed that the state of nevada had obtained the drug under false pretenses drug company sandoz has also objected to nevada using one of their drugs in executions that has not formerly joined the lawsuit fortysevenyearold scott raymond dosier has said he'd rather die than live in prison and that he doesn't mind zach is painful he was convicted of murdering and dismembering twenty two year old jeremiah miller who'd come to a las vegas motel to purchase ingredients for manufacturing methamphetamine either jaffe npr news the celebrations have begun in croatia following that country's come from behind to two one win over england in the world cup semifinal croatia was behind one nil until the sixty eighth minute and the go ahead goal came in the one hundred ninth minute with stocks the dow jones industrial average closed down two hundred nineteen points the nasdaq also was down forty two this is npr and you're listening to wnyc i'm jamie floyd wnyc has learned to young migrant children separated from their parents at the border were successfully reunited with their families here in new york wnyc's beth fertig has more sources and city government say immigration and customs enforcement brought to father to new york on tuesday to reunite them with their young sons that was the deadline set by a federal judge in california for the trump administration to reunite kids under the age of five with their parents the two families were received by lutheran social services and catholic guardian services hundreds of migrant children in new york were separated from their families after illegally crossing the border but government officials say they don't know how many are under the age of five federal officials did not respond to requests for more information about the children tune into the brian lehrer show tomorrow morning at ten for the latest on the trump administration's family separation policy and how it's playing out here in new york jersey city's mayor wants officials to scrap a contract to detain immigrants at the hudson county jail this in response to wnyc's report that the recently expired contract with isis close to renewal wnyc's matt katz reports steve full of is the mayor of one of the most diverse cities in the nation and the largest and democratic controlled hudson county he says if you oppose president trump's immigration agenda you can't jail the immigrants victimized by most if not all of the elected officials here speak to the fact that we don't support the trump policy but in actuality when you look at what they're doing they're actually doing something that opposite what they're saying essex in bergen county's also contract with ice the gel immigrants the three counties are paid six million dollars a month and mayor de blasio is denying allegations that he violated immigration laws when crossing the border during a visit near el paso last month the claims are outlined in a letter from us customs and border protection which was obtained by a p de blasio joined about twenty other mayors from across the country at the border to visit a holding facility for immigrant children he was denied entry he and his security detail went into mexico and then crossed into the us to get a view of the facility the letter was sent june twenty fifth to the nypd who runs the blasios security detail a spokesperson for the mayor says the group did nothing illegal tonight isolated showers and thunderstorms currently seventy seven degrees in central park at.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"John and ken show john kobylt ken chiampou oats am six hundred back it up and bring it out peers pass through your body until you an update from the john and ken execution so but it's not gonna be tonight in nevada you promised me an execution no i did scott dosier was supposed to be murdered tonight at eight o'clock vegas time it's the same as us by lethal injection one of these debut us before cocktails but what happened this time is that a company called alva jn which makes the sedative pronounced amita zola might as they actually filed the lawsuit which accuses the nevada department corrections of obtaining the drug for use in the execution by some sort of illegal means the company moved to argue argued to halt the execution it would suffer immediate and irreparable harm should it proceed the company would anyway a judge sided with the district judge elizabeth gonzalez ruled that the execution is on hold i always going to ruin the reputation because the attorney said the companies in known as a company that gives out drugs i'll kill people he said the companies in the business of making life preserving medication come on and does your by the way is killed two people he he he actually committed a sling in arizona i've never heard of this they can't use the product because the drug company says no we're trying to save lives not end lives i thought they were giving him fenton fenton ill will kill him on his own this other stories that they plan to use the painkiller nil in the paralytic drug called i dunno sisters security them so what do you need to stature curium it says why you need to meet his first of all i'm i'm really confused because says sister using the way it works one is a sedative right and then one is a paralytic and then one's a heart stopper isn't it right she works well it says here it's the sister curium it stops dosier ability to breathe paralyze your your breathing muscles but your right to fit them alone should be enough because we're told in these new stories as they've been chronicling all the drug abuse that's going on is the feno five grains could kill you and they're winning police officers if they show up at the scene of a suspected overdose to wear a mask to filter out the festival grains because if they inhale them they're they're done so then why can't you just sprinkle some fenton ill in his nose we're gonna hear dodger we're going to hear from scott does your here by the way i just want to be correct on this he killed two people apparently jeremiah miller was murdered and dismembered they found his torso in a suitcase been dumped in a trash bin an apartment complex in oh two and there was also a murder in arizona jason griffin greene he murdered him in arizona but they brought him to nevada to face charges a miller's death the death penalty so here he is talking to hbo's vice news with gina too bony and this is about the possibility of being executed and being executed using fitna let's listen so you're gonna be dead in two days yeah have you process that i mean as much as a person can right that's heavy duty thing isn't it how you feel about the state using it's awesome killing people all over the place you guys kid just bang have you ever done an opioid i have but they're not my thing i've ever done i'm not done it wasn't really saying i guess back no opiates weren't the rage they were i was out and i'm not a downer i like what do you say to those who say sky was convicted of brutally murdering people and he's going to go out with a drug that's literally designed to make you not feel pain is that justice look it doesn't really matter at this point guilt or innocence i'm passed all that i came up against an entity that was bigger than me and they made it clear that the behavior is engaging and they didn't like disregarded them another for do you think you deserve the death penalty no i don't know actually however i think that a psycho jeremiah miller's family really thinks i tell them they should have.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The state of nevada will not execute scott dosier tonight it was set to be the first execution in the state in a dozen years and officials were planning on using a never before used drug combination that includes the controversial opioid feno but another drug in that cocktail was madonna's lamb a sedative that has been used in a number of botched executions and the maker of bedazzle lamb a company called alvin sued because they did not want their drug to be used in this execution and today a judge sided with the company jonah tony is a correspondent for vice on hbo and she's been following the story she joins me now from illeana vada jonah welcome to the takeaway thanks for having me to give us a sense what was alvin arguing here so album essentially saying that the state of nevada illegally purchased their drug they purchased the drug through cardinal health alba jen alleges that they had told the director of ngo see that they did not want their drugs used in execution and they're arguing that the state went ahead and purchase the drug from cardinal health state says they did everything legally that that company cannot prevent them from using this drug and this execution did the judge give a reason why they sided with the drug maker or yes the judge has issued the temporary restraining order that had requested saying this isn't an issue this day this is an issue of the plaintiff's right to decide not to do business with someone they feel like if they did business with the state of nevada that that would essentially associate them with executions which they have been very clear that they did not create this strive in order for it to be used in a lethal injection so ndsu said they cannot move forward with this execution without madonna's long they said they'd only move forward with a three drug combination so scott daughter will be executed tonight and like we said earlier the drug cocktail the state was planning to use also included feno and other critics for sounding the alarm about that as well as medalla right that's correct all three drugs have been been controversial for different reasons it just so happens madonna's lem was the drug that facture of just stood up and said we were going to pursue legal action we need an opportunity to present evidence to essentially forced the state to not use are so give us some background on scott dosier what was the case that got him on death row scott ginger was convicted of two murders he was also convicted of dismembering those bodies it's brutal case he's been on death row for more than ten years he waived his rights to appeal about two years ago so he's actually volunteer to be executed which is pretty rare only one in ten deathrow inmates do that but it's taken the state of nevada you know again almost two years to basically find a way to execute him and i think that points to the larger discussion about you know we have the death penalty and more than thirty states but states are sort of struggling to get their hands on these drugs in order to execute these inmates at are they doing it so that with the assumption that these are more humane ways of carrying out an execution that's the idea the idea is that the gas chamber the electric chair the firing squad is is to prudential but what some congressmen would say what scott dosier definitely says is lethal injection is just whitewashing the brutality of estate murdering citizen and so that's been a strong opinion in this conversation and and i think the question especially with all these botched executions is is this really a more humane way of executing somebody you talked with scott dosier on monday and here's a piece of that interview do you think you deserve the death penalty no i don't know actually however i think that if jeremiah miller's family really thinks i tell them they should have the opportunity.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Literally separates the winners from the losers in the long run it's better for everybody it's curious that they calculate in kind of an it's just not quantifiable quality of life doesn't seem like something that should be in a survey to as any any basis in reality quality of life is far as i'm concerned as an internal thing you can be happy in the middle of the desert and winnebago you could be happy on the beach in hawaii really doesn't matter there's certain things they measured but that just kind of debt timmy that brings the quality of of the poll down a little bit because it just doesn't seem quantifiable to me i agree so one of the things that's funny me and my dad we're talking about a few days ago was that me orgin corey of never been in business and operated through a recession the last recession that hit i was in the military which is at penn state corbett i believe is in the military and so with his knowledge and known how to go through that type of operation we can build our entities so they can withstand contraction and so it's like it's not if it happened is when it happens and we're able to adapt and we call that the agility principal right having agility built into the model the ability to expand and contract when the market contracts because of my experience i've seen this around the world i know that if you don't build a contraction model part of your strategy that you will be caught sleeping and if you get caught sleeping you're gonna lose so it's very important that we build a gilady in the model i want to go outside and call in because this is kind of a call in question but if i can just ask jim while we're here that'll be sufficient that we have about thirty seconds so okay we'll get back to when we come back i think the proliferation of the internet and communication in general has sped up so many cycles cycles of education cycles of social change cycles of of reformation and education all kinds of things sped up because the internet laos people to talk do you think that's going to speed up our cycle of our economy like you said recessions contractions happen do you think they're going to happen quicker and more often because the proliferation of communication excellent excellent question as a matter of fact i if i could've taken that on the phone and what is that a great but you you're doing the cumia alright alright alright it'd be back maker of kings returns in just a moment standby in many countries around the world fox news radio i'm steve rappoport president trump putting pressure on nato allies to pay what he calls their fair share the leaders of nato's twenty nine member countries issuing a joint statement after holding talks pledging unwavering commitment to meeting defense spending targets president trump has complained repeatedly about european governments folding show fox's simon owen in brussels nato members are supposed to contribute two percent of their gross domestic product to defense spending nevada judge blocking execution after a pharmaceutical company objected to using one of its drugs in a lethal injection scott dosier was to be put to death tonight he was convicted in two thousand seven of killing twenty two year old jeremiah miller at a motel stuffing his body in a suitcase and leaving it in a dumpster off the las vegas strip in two thousand sixteen dosier waived all his appeals and ask the state to carry out his sentence oxes tanya j powers fox news we.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"You know rachel i call these things vapor stories because they're they're front and center it seems like we're talking about them endlessly for weeks on end then they disappear and then they resurrect it's a very very good point i was assigned a story like oh yeah that happened a couple of years ago when a bunch of ranchers went on to a public land in oregon and occupied it essentially because they are upset over this thing over dwight hammond and stephen hammond they were actually since jail for five years for having started a fire on public lands originally they had only served part of their term and we're releasing the obama administration came in and said no then you just serve out that five year sentences to that prompted the whole thing and it really looked like it was going to go waco there for a little while and then it calmed down a good reference there could have gone wako remember that yeah that's way way back machine insurance so the president he likes to he likes to use that tool to pardon people to enjoy pardoning and so because of this pardon they are actually getting out of jail yesterday and so yeah he seems to enjoy that especially the high profile ones and he's doing this earlier into a term than than usual for president but you know within his power to do something you and i have chatted about two okay rachel thanks so much rachel sutherland from fox news seventeen after seven o'clock the president said the hammonds are multi generation cattle ranchers in oregon in prison in connection with a fire that leaked onto a small portion of neighboring public grazing land there devoted family men respected contributors to their local community and have widespread support from their neighbors law enforcement locally and farmers and ranchers across the west so the president pardons these ranchers whose arson conviction led to an armed standoff nevada's first execution and more than ten years is planned for tonight fox's tanya j powers with that story marring a last minute pardon scott dosier will become the first inmate executed in nevada since two thousand six he was convicted in two thousand seven of killing twenty two year old jeremiah miller at a motel stuffing his body in a suitcase and leaving it in a dumpster off the las vegas strip in two thousand sixteen dosier waived all his appeals and ask the state to carry out his sentence his lethal injection is set for eight o'clock this evening at ely state prison tanya j powers fox.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Here's john and ken john and ken show john kobylt ken chiampou kfi am six forty nine i can think of a lot of people to be executed right now anyway couple of things the execution may happen next week in nevada i think we talked about this a few weeks ago now nevada has not executed anybody in years they are of course working on the lethal injection cocktail again media outlets like the el segundo times loves to raise the controversial never before tried cocktail of drugs then included the use of a paralytic well they've used paralympics but i guess you know because they changed maybe one of the drugs involved the the disease ot the antideathpenalty people like to make a tongue it's horrendous by the way it's the guy that's going to be killed to scott dosier he was convicted eleven years ago of killing and dismembering a guy by the name of jeremiah miller in las vegas he had also been convicted of murder previously in arizona don't ask me what he was doing out i'd imagine that he didn't serve that many years for a burner conviction but he was free was in nevada and he killed a young guy and dismembered yeah but i guess he just had a mental disorder yeah i so this could be the first execution in nevada in twelve years if it comes off next week but of course and says here that dosier is not really trying to fight for his life doesn't really seem to care but of course you get the lawyers and the antideathpenalty people and they're going to go to the judges and their argument this time a it's a risky method it's an untested drug cocktail use these people just get sick and fed up with the same old tired arguments the same old nonsense where are they getting their money from see these these guys they don't get paid by the killer but they get paid by somebody to go through this there's some rich fanatic that props up these organizations and and the whatever whoever the rich fanatic is means these lawyers have to do is bidding and and fight this nonsense he's gonna suffocate that would be horrible really think about the person he killed dismembered big don't we care they don't care it's a special kind of psychosis they actually have no empathy for the the victims were killed isn't that interesting yeah what kind of person i do do you know anybody like this that grows up to be someone who has no empathy let's say for a teenage girl who gets raped and hacked to death and buried alive right but some disgusting pig beast of a man who did it they're throwing themselves at the court begging and pleading disbands life be spared who is that person who is that person was no empathy for the victim but loads of empathy for the bird order now back at that way bringing it back to california we learned in a story we just talked about a few weeks ago thanks to the the new york times which had a writer by the name of nncholas kristof he did a long story on a man by the name of kevin cooper a story that we talked about many times over the years he has been through a dozen rejected appeals but says that he did not commit murders that happened in chino hills in june of nineteen eighty three the deaths of doug and peggy ryan their ten year old daughter jessica and the a kid by the name of christopher us he was staying at the ryan home in a sleepover the ryan's eight year old son joshua slashed in the throat but survived the victims been stabbed two hundred and forty three times evidence was tested and retested now this is one thousand nine hundred eighty three it was a little more rudimentary in terms of the evidence but he has lost every appeal the last time he lost an appeal was two thousand and nine when the us supreme court wouldn't even hear his case if california resumes executions kevin cooper would be third in line to die he's now sixty years old but thanks to the new york times in a clemency petition word is come out that jerry brown wants information from cooper's lawyers about specifically what evidence he wants retested again this has gone on before they constantly done and redone dna testing in this case and it's all come back pointing to cooper yes results show that the.

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"jeremiah miller" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"jeremiah miller" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And drink really sweet song moon so that luke bryan i don't know what he's up four tomorrow as far as the thea may awards go but of course will bring all that to you will bring it some of the highlights from the show on thursday i just i really appreciate him talking about this and i think he says that he just says if i just cannot a he said something in this interview about if i share this and you know i know other people have been through similar things in saying like that you can find a way to live afterwards and they you can you can find happiness again i just thought that that was so powerful just i i don't know from a personal place of having known people like my age that i've lost siblings and they are saying it's just like it's it can be sure so can be so tragic and so sad and those people don't feel like like they're ever going to be recover happy agca yep yarn cents settling signed saw anyways ira just really appreciate him chairing that i know i do to it held living every day luke bryan i'm sure you can go back in and watch that if you would like to and against the awards tomorrow night okc you checked out the voice laisseznous la the apple dolittle little maher what i don't want to build a little scorn on on the voice i thought i would bring you on let's see team jennifer her it it's the battle rounds right now and this isn't the ones where they sing together this is where they sang individually and then they have to decide who they're going to choose these there's too kids that they really really like other names are jeremiah miller and no one mack jeremiah miller he didn't do it for me as much as he's doing it for them he thinks sorry by justin bieber tell me what you think of that serious maas yeah no lizzy saw his so zuma juicy hill fell i don't like i.

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