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"john bonnie" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I remember covering is a report. I mean, I wasn't there but that I was aware of it as a reporter. It was on the heels of O. J. Simpson's trials. Celebrity. Court involvement was all of the rage. It was in the infant stages of court TV and all of that, and remember job today, Randy was a child beauty queen. She was made for the tabloids and playing into that was what kind of parents dresses up their six year old like of 25 year old Barbie. You know, there were all sorts of suspicions about the parents and the half brother is well, if you remember it was December 26th 1996. At her own father found her dead in the basement. Now they thought that she had been kidnapped and police were called family members and friends were at the house. Police had tried to go through the house to see if she had filed. They had left it. Whoever it was that took her because they believe that at the time Had left any sign any evidence. And then when they asked John Ramsey toe look through the house. That's when he went down to the basement and area that the police hadn't searched it and he found John Bonnie's body. There was a ransom note at the bottom of the stairs. It was a three page long ransom note. And it's said that if JonBenet's parents called the authorities she would die. The ransom was $118,000. And the note said that JonBenet's parents would receive a call from the supposed kidnapper the following day between eight and 10 a.m. Now it was curious because this Three page long note was written on the mother's stationery with a pen from the house and the father had just gotten a bonus to the exact tune of $118,000. There were also some lines in the ransom note that sounded like movies sounded like dirty Harry sounded like the movie speed and that also sounded like the movie ransom. Which was playing in Boulder, Colorado. At the time, it was everyone's first impression that it was the parents. In fact, after the police who initially arrived on the scene had searched the house or tried to, and this is after the Ramsey said already gone and messed up. All the evidence going throughout the house wiping down surfaces, all of it and the police were were just as inept. There was one detective left back there, Woman by the name of Linda ARNDT and her feeling that it was the father was so strong. She says that when he arrived back upstairs with the body of the little girl, she says, as we looked at each other, I remember I wore a shoulder holster, she said, talking my gun right next to me and consciously counting that I had 18 bullets, she said. I didn't know if we'd all be alive when people showed up that she thought that there was going to be a confrontation right then between Father and her remember she was she was strangled. Her hands were tied. She had suffered a skull fracture shocks from a stun gun and sexual abuse. And none of it was connected to John to Patsy or John, Danny's brother. And Lou Smith. The detective that we're talking about was brought out of retirement a few months after the death, and the investigation had kind of gone nowhere, and he was one of those guys who was convinced that this was an intruder that it was not the Ramsay family, which at the time Went against sort of the public perception of this case because the Ramseys themselves were being careful about when they would talk to detectives, which automatically through people into suspicion. They're being careful there, hiding behind their lawyers. They want to make sure that they don't say anything that would somehow incriminate them when they didn't have anything to do with this. Well. Lou Smit was one of those guys who actually interviewed John Manet's father, while another detective outside of the Boulder, Colorado Police Department. I think it was a Denver detective who interviewed Patsy Ramsey. They both came away with this, this feeling that they could not have done it. But that was not the privy again. The prevailing feeling even in the D. A's office at the time was that the family had something to do with us. He also spoke of these audio diaries about DNA's a evidence that police had found underneath JonBenet's fingernails and in her underwear. And that it was something that was not made public for quite a while. We'll get into his diaries when we come back. Also the fact that his daughter and granddaughter Zehr, trying to carry the torch of the investigation, Gary in Channel will continue just among We also have $1000 to give away on the other side of this. Layla Muhammed has an UPDATE. California has opened federally supported mass vaccination sites and L A and Oakland each side is expected to be able to administer 6000. All of it 19 vaccinations that day By the.
"john bonnie" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"They're like singing songs. And the thing is the songs are actually like. There's a lot of talent behind this this. The songwriter is like a famous songwriter. I i can't remember like he. John hiatt wrote a lotta the songs. Brian setzer wrote some of them. Bela fleck was involved. Elton john bonnie raitt and don henley are some the singing voices and on this movie. You've got christopher walken haley. Joel joel osman is the tiny bear mc gainey is the human member of the bear band. You got toby hus- in it. Brad garret stephen route or some of the bears like there's a lot of talent put behind this movie but the fatal flaw is this a movie about the country. Bears talent can overcome the so. It is one of those cats situations real like. Wow they are really trying to make this work and putting all their energy into a totally misbegotten idea and somehow that makes it all the more exciting to watch. So i had a lot bears in this world. Do anything besides sing. Like do they have a bear agent or a beer janitor just cleaning up after them in wednesday and there's the kid bear who wants to get the country bears back together. Who is who has such a because it is a kid. Bear who has been adopted by stephen topple ascii and the other son in the one joke referring to the fact that they're bears in this universe. The other son is like like a mind boggled that this child doesn't realize that he is adopted because he is a bear which is not a bad joke and then the rest of the movie doesn't really make. Hey about it i. It's a strange movie. I can't quite get across bent my mind. I like the idea the idea that the people making the movie. We're not we're like no one's going to be interested in how a bunch of bears started and became a band. We got to pick up after the after the band's broken up nobody's interested in the origin of country. Bear band isn't there isn't a montage of christopher walken gleefully destroying scale models of country bears like music halls or something. He's i mean like you he's committing christopher walken. He's not he's not following this part in. He's very angry about this country bears for reasons that kept clearly in the movie. Dan mris do with their heroes but It is a wacky movie. Now dan you said mc gainey was the human member of the band. Why do they have a human member in the band john. Oh he's drummer is is it possible. Is it possible. He was supposed to be a bear and they just ran out of bear costumes or that he walked onto set and they were like. Oh yeah. that's a bear and you're like movie. Hasn't you know in common with cats is obviously the main characters. Are these anthropomorphic animals and it is not as disquieting as the cgi like cat. I put over normal people but it is sort of. It is a weird look because these are people in bear suits it seems with animatronic bear heads and they fall square in the middle of the uncanny valley. So it's an unusual occurrence on disney. Plus you can watch it after the talking just reminded me that cats is on hbo. Max i think this may be the night when i forced my wife to watch i my wife my back. My my wife. And i talked about watching cats the same way that some couples talked about like having a threesome. Where she. i don't think he's like not that into it but she she'll do it for me. She's like yeah. I guess i'd watch cats. Let you and. I'm like. Maybe tonight's the night she wants to be g g jim okay. So i'm going to recommend a movie the year nineteen ninety. The city detroit michigan the movie martial law. That's right it's a martial arts movie set in michigan we have. It's about a pair of police officers. One played by the son of what's his name. We give me a second fucked up. It's okay don't know. Don't don't erase it. Dona raceway just said. I'm fixing it. Okay almost there The lead is played by chad mcqueen. Who is the son of screen legend steve mcqueen and his partner. Steve mcqueen is the name. You couldn't remember. Yeah yeah yeah i mean. That's pretty clear. And his and his partner is played by the always. Wonderful cynthia rothrock she's amazing And it's a movie filled with karate. Mullets it opens with a hostage scene. Where our hero dress up like a pizza delivery guy and then beats the shit out of a bunch of criminals and the action is shot. Well in that every time somebody gets hit there's always some kind of a reaction shot so like when when our hero martial law blast somebody in the jewels the guy it cuts to a shot of the guy being like. Oh my nuts. It's great and of course the villain in a world of hockey mullets. The villain is the only unmolested karate fellow. That's right david. Carradine is in this movie any and every scene. He's got a really cool stick. Any practices the technical dim mock where he punches people in the chest and they die from it. It's gret martial. Law is the movie stewart. Is me thank you. I'm glad i'm glad we're all bringing out the real big guns on the day. We have alonzo here so somebody knows better than any of us. I mean marshall. where's elliot. How much less go. I feel like i need. I feel like i need to rework my recommendation. I was seeing as this movie today. Involved a child and and trauma. I decided to go with the movie that i watched just recently that i had only learned that recently called lady bug from nineteen sixty three. And it's a movie about a group of schoolchildren. There's no entry school that gets an alert that a nuclear bomb is going to be dropped in the area that the war has started and they to go through what they're supposed to go through. Which is that the teachers take all the kids home and it's kind of about how the adults are at a total loss to really know what to do in this situation. They don't know if it's even a really a real alert a lot or not and how. The kids are left to fend for themselves. More or less and it's not like a lord of the flies type thing it's more of a the children trying to mirror and make sense of the emotions that the adults are feeling and taking on those roles and by doing so kind of showing how ridiculous they all are and seeing. It really brought home to me. Some things that i kind of didn't want to admit to myself about children during the pandemic right now and specifically about me and my kids and how. I need to pay more attention to kind of how they're reacting to this whole situation through my reaction to it There's one particular where this girl runs home. And her dad is a farmer and he's shoveling some stuff. I don't know what he's doing and she's like the bombs. The war started the bombs dropping. And he's like what and she's like the war they're gonna dropping the bombs and he's like i'm busy. I've got work to go. Talk to your mother. And i was like who will that hits home. I've had that conversation with my son. A bunch of times in the past year. Where it's he's like worried about something. And i'm like i've got work to do like we'll with later so it really struck home for me not in the way that the filmmakers intended because the movie is almost sixty years old. But it's called lady bug lady bug and it's i think just got re released a released on dvd. But i found the whole thing on youtube. So that's where..
"john bonnie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Basement of their Boulder, Colorado, home of the Boulder Police Department side. Wass hate Ramsey's dinner. There are a number of investigators who all say that the murder of JonBenet Ramsey was not done by the family but buying traders through a series of Boston vest IG ations. Multiple district attorneys and finger pointing at family and friends. John Bonnie's killer remains at large. We looked at lots of suspects. Now. The killing of John Beneath the final suspects follows a brand new investigation into America's most heinous on South murder in this exclusive 12 part documentary series. We're looking into the top 10 suspects that were never pursued. Are there other suspects that need to be looked at absolute Should there be other suspects? Deena's collected absolutely. Wenlie Detective Lou Smith died. He left behind a list of suspects he felt were most likely responsible for this crime. He may have run out of time. Now with that list in hand, will investigate each person one by one. My name's Doug Longini. I've been reporting on this case for 20 years and now assembled a team of investigators to track down every name on Detective Lou Smit's list. Boulder Police Department Still to this day will not come out and give any information follow along as theories are tested. New DNA evidence is presented and suspects our questions along the way. I believe we have the name of the killer on loose list. And we need to now put in the effort track down these individuals like their DNA and ruling in four out bottom line. There's still a killer out there. The killing of John Manet. The final suspects subscribe now to join the journey. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts fall in.
"john bonnie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"John Bonnie's killer remains at large. We looked at lots of suspects. Now the killing of John Manet. The final suspects follows a brand new investigation into America's most heinous on South murder in this exclusive 12 part documentary series. We're looking into the top 10 suspects that were never pursued. Are there other suspects that need to be looked at absolute Should there be other suspects? Deena's collected? Absolutely. When Lee Detective Lou Smith died, he left behind a list of suspects he felt were most likely responsible for this crime. He may have run out of time. Now with that list in hand, will investigate each person one by one. My name's Doug Longini. I've been reporting on this case for 20 years now assembled a team of investigators to track down every name on Detective Lou Smit's list of all the police department's still to this day will not come out and give any information follow along as theories are tested. New DNA evidence is presented and suspects our question. Along the way. I believe we have the name of the killer on loose list, and we need to now put in the effort track down these individuals like their DNA and rule on end for our bottom line. There's still a killer out there. Tell your smart device to play W F L A on my heart radio. This is news radio W F L A I'm just curious if this guy ever found his car.
"john bonnie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"John Bonnie's killer remains at large. We looked at lots of suspects. Now. The killing of John Beneath the final suspects follows a brand new investigation into America's most heinous, unsolved murder in this exclusive 12 part documentary series. We're looking into the top 10 suspects that were never pursued. Are there other suspects that need to be looked at absolute Should there be other suspects? Deena's collected absolutely. Lynley Detective Lou Smith died. He left behind a list of suspects he felt were most likely responsible for this crime. He may have run out of time. Now with that list in hand, will investigate each person one by one. My name's Doug Longini. I've been reporting on this case for 20 years and now assembled a team of investigators to track down every name on Detective Lou Smit's list of all the police department's still to this day will not come out and give any information follow along as theories are tested. New DNA evidence is presented and suspect are questions along the way. I believe we have the name of the killer on loose list. We need to now put in the effort to track down these individuals like their DNA and ruling end for our bottom line. There's still a killer out there. The killing of John Manet. The final suspects subscribe now to join the journey. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in 16 12 Business and money news with Pat. So how low can they go? Pat? We're talking about mortgage.
"john bonnie" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Lifeless body of his little girl in the basement of their Boulder, Colorado, home of the Boulder Police Department side Wass hate Ramsey's did it. There are a number of investigators who all say that the murder of JonBenet Ramsey was not done by the family but buying traders through a series of Boston vest, IG ations, multiple district attorneys and finger pointing at family and friends. John Bonnie's killer remains at large way looked at lots of suspects. Now the killing of John Manet. The final suspects follows a brand new investigation into America's most heinous on South murder in this exclusive 12 part documentary series. We're looking into the top 10 suspects that were never pursued. Are there other suspects that need to be looked at absolute Should there be other suspects? Deena's collected? Absolutely. When Lee Detective Lou Smith died, he left behind a list of suspects he felt were most likely responsible for this crime. He may have run out of time. But now with that list in hand, will investigate each person one by one. My name's Doug Longini. I've been reporting on this case for 20 years and now assembled a team of investigators to track down every name on Detective Lou Smit's list. The Boulder Police Department still to this day will not come out and give any information follow along as theories are tested. New DNA evidence is presented and suspects our questions along the way. I believe we have the name the killer on loose list. And we need to now put in the effort track down these individuals like their DNA and rule on end for our bottom line. There's still a killer out there. The killing of John A. The final suspects subscribe now to join the journey..
"john bonnie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A Super Bowl Sunday. The countdown is on to the big game. Mercedes Benz stadium in Atlanta will be the epicenter of the sports world tonight Super Bowl fifty three between the New England Patriots. The alley rans will get underway. Just after six thirty and here in Boston. Mayor Marty Walsh is hoping to make safe celebrations of the Super Bowl the new normal. When it comes to alcohol, zero tolerance policy will be in effect in and around Kenmore square tonight. Bars are being asked to stop service after the games. Third quarter Commonwealth avenue up to the BU bridge will be closed to traffic and won't be able to park in five areas of the city Kenmore square northeastern Brighton, Faneuil hall and north station. State troopers also promised to be out in force at UMass Dartmouth and UMass Amherst Bill, Marcus WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio at growing list of Democrats and Republicans are calling Virginia's democratic governor. Ralph Northam to step down north of now claims that it's not him. Fell from his medical school yearbook. ABC's George Stephanopoulos tells us what at stake supposed they're going to try to start impeachment proceedings. It'd be difficult figure out exactly what the grounds are given the fact that this has not dealt with his time in office. But I just don't see any way that the governor is going to be able to survive because he has basically no support now photo in question north yearbook profile page feature someone and black face and another person in a KKK rope. Again, he denies being in a photo. But on Friday, he had apologized and said he was in Ed during a news conference this weekend from the governor's mansion in Richmond. He made it to wearing black face while he was dressed as Michael Jackson during a nineteen Eighty-four dance. Contest in Texas after he spoke, both Virginia senators called north end to tell him that he must throw in towel as he had in remarkably broken a trust Virginians have in their leaders. He closes comments or the commitment to fighting racism as he finishes out the rest of his term police say a man posed as a water. Department employees to gain access to an elderly woman's home Saturday afternoon. This is still in police. Lieutenant John Bonnie, gentlemen, then took the phone out of her hands and tried to rip the phone off the wall. And when he was doing that the homeowner ran upstairs and ran out of the house. According to police that man pushed his way pass a woman pointing to an ID and saying water department as he entered her home. She then demanded a see the water meter. The man is described as a Spanish speaking light-skinned male. He had a clean cut beard. A black winter had bluetooth headset a blue jacket and were gloves. Police say he arrived at the house and his silver SUV with another man. Anyone with information is asked to call the police department right away seven eight one three four four twenty four twenty four singer and actor Jesse small lead has spoken out for the first time this weekend since he said he was attacked for being black and gay. He told a crowd at a concert in southern California. But he refused to let his attackers win rhetoric.
"john bonnie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Not what your country can do for you at what you can do for your country. I. World. Not what America will go for you. What what we can do for the freedom of man. Get inspired museum at the John F Kennedy library Columbia point Boston. Thirty one degrees right now, mostly cloudy. Very windy in Boston going up to forty one today. This is WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty where the news watch never stops. Nine forty nine. Good Sunday morning Super Bowl Sunday. I'm teeny gal top stories we're following on WBZ radio. The countdown is on for Super Bowl fifty three patriots. And Rams in Atlanta, six thirty pm kickoff. And the message from police all across the country do not drink and drive Virginia. Governor Ralph north end is refusing to step down over a racist yearbook photo scandal Virginia Senator say he had irrevocably broken a trust Virginians have in their leaders. Venezuela's opposition leader is calling on the military to abandon President Nicolas Maduro and a Norman Rockwell's museum and Stockbridge in western mass is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary with a series of exhibitions, exploring Rockwell's, art life and legacy. Police say a man posed as a water department employees to gain access to an elderly woman's home yesterday afternoon. His is still in police chief John Bonnie, gentlemen, took the four hands and.
"john bonnie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Themed gift to end a fifty dollar daily food credit at the hotel when detail at CBS news police say a man posed as a water department employees to gain access to an elderly woman's home Saturday afternoon. This is still in police. Lieutenant John Bonnie, the gentleman then took the phone out of her hands and tried to rip the phone off the wall. And when he was doing that the homeowner ran upstairs and ran the house. According to you police that man pushed his way pass a woman pointing to an ID and saying water department as he entered her home. He then demanded a see the water meter once a woman led him to the basement she tried to. Call nine one one police say the man rips the phone from the woman's hand and try to rip the phone off the wall the woman then ran upstairs and a man escape through the basement door. The man is described by police as a Spanish speaking, light skinned male. He had a clean cut beard. A black winter had bluetooth headset a blue jacket and work loves police say he arrived at a house in a silver SUV with another man anyone with information is urged to call the student police department immediately there number seven eight one three four four two four two four for the first time in history the Super Bowl will have male cheerleaders. The Los Angeles Rams broke ground with a higher the first male cheerleaders in the NFL at the beginning of the season. Both men say they have been looking forward to the big game. And are happy society is now changing the Rams as a reminder are sent to take on the pats in Super Bowl fifty three down in Atlanta with the kickoff at six thirty pm tonight eastern time most people in the Boston area. Get their traffic information from WBZ.
"john bonnie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Nights say they'll make sure of it and friends remembering officer row Neil saying individual described Jim as proud immigrant who taught him about food from his native Fiji still police. Find a sleeping man with a gun on his lap. The officer notice a vehicle parked for a long time and it driveway with his lights on and then spotted the gun through the locked door window police. Lieutenant John Bonnie says Christopher barrows, and I try to ignore the officer even after backup the rest rest of the ship showed up backup to gave mortars to get out of the car verbally. And he finally did. So, but when he did hit a cellphone to three in the morning and a cellphone somebody's hand can obviously be mistaken for something else. But the officers just did a remarkable job with restraint and verbal command and got the gentleman down onto the ground and safely in custody. Barrows pled not guilty to legally carrying a loaded firearm and was released in one thousand dollars bail. It is six four. Thirty-two here sports have Charlie Birger on good morning. Good morning. Tina after a Thursday night loss in Houston. The Celtics back to work tonight in Memphis tap time, eight o'clock grizzlies, just a half game out of the final playoff spot on the west Celtics four and a half back in the east. Bruins on the road tonight. Seven o'clock face off in buffalo two team. We're chasing right now. And you always had a lot of tough games can Sam close games. They've been on the winning side of you few more of them than us the. So it's a Big Mac Bruins, Tori crew. Bruins three points back of buffalo in the Atlantic. David Backes begins serving his three games suspension for an illegal hit on the devils. Blake Coleman from Thursday college football playoffs this afternoon. Four o'clock the con bowl Notre Dame and Clemson eight o'clock tonight the Orange Bowl Alabama Oklahoma 67-year-old crimson tide. Coach Nick Sabin old school wanna talk to someone pick up the phone chat face to face. Well, I I guess I'm just old fashioned. We've been doing things. A certain way for a long time. And I hate it. When somebody said I texted him to be here at nine thirty. But he's not here. And I plan why didn't you talk to him? How do you know even got the tax to respond? So I guess little old fashioned, but works okay for us. Let's worked very well. Nick saban's teams over the years have won six national championships. Charlie Birger on WBZ, sports,.
"john bonnie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"While in police custody WBZ TV's, Christina Rex tells us police responded to a violent attack on church street last night was late Thursday night when police had to break down a door to access a woman, they heard screaming when they got into this home. A law enforcement source tells WBZ they found twenty five year old Eric stellar naked with a knife brutally. Slashing a victim. A source says Stelter appeared to be an altered mental state and that police tased him six times to subdue him as he was being transported to the hospital. He became unresponsive and died. The district attorney's office doesn't yet know the motive for the alleged attack. A source tells WBZ the two were on a date and had met recently on the app. Tinder the victim a twenty four year old woman is at a local hospital. She was slashed repeatedly in the face. And according to our source will likely lose her I as. Result of this vicious attack. At woman's name has not been released Stoughton police applauding one of their own for being curious enough to notice a parked car with its lights on sitting a little too long. In a local driveway turned out that driver was asleep at the wheel a loaded gun in his lap. This is Lieutenant John Bonnie sort of backed off a little bit called for backup. They approached the vehicle again tried to open the door, but the door was locked, and they banged on the door and the gentleman woke up startled in reach for his gut instinct, truly and so they backed off again gun, by the way, not registered Christopher bios. Appearing in court today pleads not guilty and is released on bail nine. One one emergency service remains on the Fritz in many communities tonight. And state officials would like you to know that it is not okay to dial the number to test it out only use it for real emergencies. There was an error in the network which affected the nine one one calling system. Police. Commissioner William gross talking about the nationwide problem at this afternoon's first nights safety conference the issue. He's referring to is with CenturyLink one of the main providers of internet and phone connections to nine one one call centers throughout the country and Boston we did not lose any calls to service, but we were keenly aware this national problem. Just after five this morning firefighters were met with heavy smoke pouring out of a building on Endicott street in the north end. And it wasn't nine one one call that Gotham there. I give credit to the resident for knowing to pull that blocks. The fire box system dates back to eighteen fifty two that is independent from utility companies and will work in the event any system is down. Even when the power is out. It's WBZ TV's lease aggressee the FCC by the way now launching an investigation into this. If you do need nine one one, and it's not working in your area. Officials remind you to call the ten digit first responders numbers listed on our website. Find us at WBZ ten. Thirty dot com. And governor Charlie Baker signs the law taxing and regulating short term rentals like those Airbnb the governor. In a statement says his administration supports leveling the playing field for short term rental operators. Airbnb says it's deeply disappointed in.
"john bonnie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Here's what's happening. An alert Stoughton. Police officer notices a man sleeping in a parked car with a gun on his lap. Police say thirty two year old Christopher barris was asleep in the car parked with its lights on in the driveway of a home on park street. Stoughton police Lieutenant John Bonnie is applauding the officer for making the discovery. And for making a successful arrests in the rest of the ship showed up backup gave mortars to get out of the car verbally. And he finally did. So, but when he did hit a cellphone to three in the morning and a cellphone somebody's hands can obviously be mistaken for something else. But the officers just did a remarkable job with restraint and verbal command. And and got the gentleman down onto the ground and safely in custody. Barrels pleaded not guilty to gun charges. Police say begun was not registered the FCC is now investigating a massive outage. That's affecting many people's ability to call nine one one from both landlines and cell phones. People are being told to call their local police or fire departments directly in case of an emergency. Now, this problem is nationwide and is even affecting many communities here in Massachusetts. Although Boston doesn't seem to be impacted but early this morning someone in Boston used an old school method to report a building fire WBZ's Carl Stevens has the story run five o'clock in the morning, Boston firefighters were called to a building fire on street. Heavy smoke coming from that building in the north end. And it wasn't somebody calling nine one one who got them there. Somebody pulled one of those bright red streetside fire boxes to get the word out Boston. Fire Commissioner Joe Finn says that fire box system which dates back to eighteen fifty two is very dependable. It's kind of nice redundant system. In the city that if we ever lose nine one one system or any technology or any of the cyber-attacks aren't like that system will always run lesson learned if there's a fire,.
"john bonnie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And his website back in control dot. Com Let me address one phone call we had. Last hour and I want. To be brief we run the program here I think in the most. Open, minded fashion of any talk show we give people more time. To, ask questions we give people an opportunity the the whole goal here is to give you an opportunity to participate now John from Mendon Who. His, wife called and Up on my screen and I think it was Bonnie from Mendon Gloria Gloria from Mendon Anyone who listens to, this show knows that we don't pass the. Phone around folks it's as simple as that and I've been probably too lenient with, that, a, couple of times people being a car in. Someone in the car will say hi Dan and I'll, say hi and all of that but when I'm talking with the guest on. The phone whose time is valuable in there are other people who want to. Get through there are people who we couldn't get to last hour and just so anybody everybody is clear from this when when when all of a sudden they. Pick up the phone expecting to talk to Bonnie and it's John Bonnie's husband glory excuse me Gloria Gloria and he's asking, what, do, you want that's not we do do you. Do you wanna talk to the doctor on the phone, it's not we do so please understand that you're invited to call the program. But we ask you to please please comply with the rules and the rules. Are very few and they're not that stringent but again I saw close that off in case there was any confusion over that all right Tonight we have covered a three separate topics I'm gonna open, up a fourth, topic tonight we haven't done one of. My callers or Email us the other, day said that, they thing, was. Deb said, they love, four topics well, tonight I our we? Talked about a school. In Georgia getting rid of the pledge of allegiance during the nine? O'clock hour we talked. With Dennis Walters fella who became a paraplegic to a, horrific golf cart accident and by the way those of you who drive around on golf carts it is it is a. They can, be very dangerous answer him if he wants to apologize to you please. Go ahead There was. A friend of mine who many of, you would know Mardi sender Who was a reporter on channel four was the host co host of evening magazine for many years and also worked at channel seven who died as a result of an accident that he had well Ronnie in a. Golf cart so Golf court acts golf cart accidents maybe rare. But It can be dangerous so, please be very careful and. Then last hour doctor David Hanson spinal spinal surgery so information on Dr. Hanson just go to back in control dot com and you can find his books in seminars and. An advice and guidance in terms of Dennis Walters just if you, would like to. Attend one of his, golf exhibitions which are incredible there's an entire list particularly those of you who, looking for something, to, do with, kids As we. Wind down the summer and head towards the school year he's at upwards of fifteen or so golf. Courses throughout Massachusetts to Cape end up into Maine just go to, Dennis Walters d.. E. n. n. I, s. w. a. l. t. r. s. dot com and you can You you receive an inspirational, experienced let me put it like that okay this hour I want to go to a topic and I'm. Actually looking for New callers and people, who haven't had, it's a pretty simple topic I think all of you know the California is dealing with some incredible. Incredible fires they're talking about these these, major fires and there's several six? Hundred thousand acres in this fire in two hundred thousand acres? In this fire and there's a? Lot of argument about is it California's a is there is there a college environmental policies that are, causing the fires did they not have control burns you look at some of these these neighborhoods that have just been destroyed and you think to yourself can you imagine having a home living in one of those communities and realizing that that. The fires, a. Mile away or the fire. Is a half mile away and. There's. Nothing you. Can do except try to grab what you can leave thank goodness We do not have that. In Massachusetts We do have fires in. Massachusetts but they don't reach that size so California for years has been using prison inmates. To help support on the fire lines and, I'm reading an article here that says just give. You sense what, we're gonna talk about California's suffering record. Baked breaking fires in the Mendocino complex Car in Ferguson fires continue so to combat the flames the state is turning, to what this writer says is a controversial practice prison labor the. California Department of, corrections and rehabilitation recently boasted about the use of prison labour for firefighting. On Twitter today more than two thousand, volunteer inmate firefighters including fifty eight youth offenders. A battling wildfire flames throughout. California inmate firefighters serve a vital, role clearing brush down to bare. Soil to stop the fire spread suicides like to me what they're doing is essentially stopping. The fire in which is a strategy the, tweet drew some surprise in protest but California's use. Of prison labour to fight wildfires is far from new This program goes back to World, War Two coding to Atlantic inmates have been finding California while fighters since the forties when the state I called, the prisoners to replace men assisting the, war effort more than thirty seven hundred men and women and even some juvenile offenders now voluntary, server the forest collectively they make up roughly a third of the. State's wildfire fighting, personnel and work at average of ten million hours each year responding to. Fires and other emergencies in handling community, service projects like part make park maintenance reforestation. And fire and Flint protesters Here's the problem inmates do get paid for the dangerous and potentially deadly work but the pay is paltry about an hour, one dollar an, hour, plus two dollars a day Okay that's not a lot. Of, money if you're out there for let's say ten hours that's ten dollars plus two dollars a day and the. Hours along with the possibility of seventy two hours shifts meanwhile the inmate firefighting. Program reportedly saves the state ninety to one. Hundred million dollars a year according to California officials Some of the inmates I would think probably most of the inmates all of the inmates volunteers No inmate is being dragooned into doing this some of the may. Say the appreciate the opportunity. Because they get better treatment and a, sense of doing something good it's. Not just the walls, you get rid of an inmate said you learn a lot about yourself you. Learn this stuff you can, put yourself through that you never. Thought you'd been able to do so my question is this I think, that's a great program. Now we've had some criticism of some of, the sheriffs here in Massachusetts I think we have some great sheriffs in, Massachusetts I would refer to Tom Hodson Don in Bristol County also refer to invade event invincible Itis invasion us I should say from Worcester county you go to prison if committed a crime and one of the elements of prison is not just doing the time but it's, to rehabilitate yourself I say very rarely do I compliment California which I think is a pretty messed up state right now I say hats. Off to California and hats, off to the tradition of inmates fighting fires in California saving lives and saving homes and. Hats off to the inmates. Themselves who given a choice between lying, in the cell all day or. Working in the weight, room or whatever you do in prison these days or watching big screen TV. Hats off to those men, and women adult and juvenile offenders. Who actually tried to do something positive and maybe work themselves out of Terrible situations I want to hear from some of you who would like to say something nice about prison inmates and also some of you who. Had done. Time if you've been able to rehabilitate yourself whether. It's through a program like this or something else take a bow six one seven, two five, four ten. Thirty triple eight nine two nine, ten thirty look all of us have made. Mistakes in her life you know lives some major some minor and all, of us at some point. Could have found many of us could have, found ourselves at some point in trouble with law enforcement and. If you did ever find yourself in prison and you had an opportunity to do something outside the, walls that would help would you take advantage of it and would you particularly care how much money would you wait you you would be making oh would you say I'm going to sit in my cell until I get a fifteen dollars minimum wage six one seven two, five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten.
"john bonnie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Let's go to scott harrison secondhalf underway auburn and lsu scott horowitz you're in the first half i was armed are they got onto the fivestar swear on the first four possessions what are you have come back to make it a game first on however is gerald let them have a nice game you have to wait at seven thirty of of four hundred fifty nine yards and down me why write about harry johnston yes twenty one carries one hundred twenty three yards and he ran from fouryard touchdown lsu steadier leaving eight from four hundred twenty two yards and a touchdown russell he's a wide receiver about how to learn seventy ironic lydia lsu rusher to carriers were seventy one yard dairy guys continues to have problems with any reasons over one hundred percent out there yeah seven carries for nineteen yard delivery charge is the top of see report lsu yardage y two receptions for seventy six yards again that we're beginning in the second half afraid and right now it is odd an over i you a twenty three to fourteen rich time thank you very much scott halftime in dallas at the cotton bowl oklahoma and texas here's bob stevens texas starting to show some resilience inward word half ibope will all the leading texas twenty two tan oklahoma gain texas forty two to one 39 and a first cap wong harsh trailed wanting to nothing lead in the first half but sport channel unanswered points in the final three minutes perhaps putting a thirty four yard field goal by john world war one on the final play of the hap that capped a nine play fifty to your drive and it was shut up by a baker mayfield interception i texas the to bat john bonnie which no notable bob data's at that was the portion perception for made this this season and his first in his last two hundred passionate tapped mayfield air is eleven for sixty nine hundred ninety seven yards into touch.
"john bonnie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Centre the feel they added safety sitting there john bonnie was running man to man with matete very tough spot to fit the ball it should be a forty six yard or used kicking right to left the ball on the far right hash looking for our first points of the game good snap tip is on the way and it is no good missed it all laughed so the texas long orange i can watch the trojan offense come up with absolutely nothing that drive for usa after the second consecutive texas turnover on their own territory so david that dr start at the 22 they went backwards on that sack you didn't like the way donald handle that situation and album this field goal at taxes still at a scoreless football gave it up their baltar 28 on his second downplay darnell retreated and got a freelance in it wasn't solid fundamentally now you would argue that darnell does a lot of things that are on conventional and the way uses mobility but on that latest retreated gave up a big loss at second down and it put ufc the ita paul this is ben tirelessly frustrated for the trojan say should have a double digit lead at this point heard and a quarterback takes the staff garage straight ahead go nowhere he got lit up after a gain of one to the twenty nine yard wide so it's girod hurt the junior from debt from taxes ten start sucked we got an injured player down at the set carterwilliams the left tackle used doubt on the ground the training staff out to tend to him heard back in two thousand fifteen had 10 starchy alternated with tyrone swoops a quarterback last year became a wide receiver but now at least for that play in a quarterback for texas we'll take a pause here in the action 1432 thirty five to go first half at the coliseum at los angeles texas nothing you see nothing scholars what body sb and radio the espn app presented by dr pepper sometimes the most seats in the house are above the college football that's the good remove for more than sixty newsham see what it takes to be it's toughness dedication and perseverance because seasons on measured by laws but by gullit hard work determination will greet call calling lift word good evening a vision sponsor of the.
"john bonnie" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Where they were they said that the james colmey in his testimony before congress was going to say that it was inaccurate with donald trump and said the three times he told me wasn't an under investigation in fact james comey possibly inspired by trump's threat of there being tapes was forced to say in fact that he had told donald trump three separate times that there was no investigation which has left this russia's story completely in the lurch and made all the ansa larry investigations look utterly utterly ridiculous so let's let's take a look at some of this project veritas stuff that o'keefe has come up with all right first of all we have the guy this is john bonnie felt cnn supervising producer and he's talking about a liberal bias cut number three cnn gears trump had scrutinize way with scrutinized as much as we would be i take the attack but i'm not saying are super liberals thinkers just a lot of payment serve so trump's for further said trump is it okay now the problem with this i mean is that of course is true that now cnn has liberal viewers but where did they come from you think conservatives wooden watch a fear new station of coarsely would you know the they watch fox news.
"john bonnie" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"To make mistakes so three prominent journalists at cnn resigned on monday after the cable news network was forced to retract and apologise for a story on his website involving a close ally of president trump the article linking anthony scaramucci a hedge fund manager trump confidante to a russian in bed vestment fund supposedly being investigated by the senate was removed from cnncom late last week after the network decided could not fully stand by its reporting and after they were caught out online by people pointing out that the whole thing was ridiculous that one anonymous source and they went with it completely against any standards of journalism frankly i think you should have to have a unnamed source before you go with it very rare that is anonymous switches can be trusted not because sometimes they're not telling the truth but you never know when they're telling the truth and the reader or the viewer never note the resignation as this is from the new york times are apply a former newspaper are a black eye at a sensitive moment for the news organization which has emerged as a regular target of mr trump and his supporters the president relishes dismissing the network's coverage as fake news and his closest advisers have accused the channel of harboring a bias against mr trump well guess what we no longer have to accused them we no longer have to suspect them now we know because our friends at project veritas have got stunned it again they have gone in and sent a a an underground reporter as a is there want and have exposed what they're doing this is james o'keefe of course at project veritas he sent in a an undercover reporter and he got this guy john bonnie field a supervisor producer to talk about the way this station is run under jeff zucker and has been run forever and you know well it we're gonna play some of these states i mean it it is really worth looking at uh they have this is hidden camera expose now remember this thing that happened at cnn this is the latest thing that has happened but remember those kathy griffin who held up the severed head of donald trump and had to be fired for that there was a reser reza as lawn who started to say all that fill and spew filth on twitter about donald trump and there was also that story.