13 Burst results for "John Sandifer"

"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 5 months ago

"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

"Blocked the social and economic impact will it have if we put the boundary in one place rather than other places how many people are we putting out of work and so there is a lot of social political and economic factors to go into these axis boundaries that really are beyond our concern in fact the thousand Weyerhaeuser logging jobs in the money for rural schools they generated were at stake if the eruption hadn't been on a Sunday many of those loggers might have been hurt or killed the eruption also led to a lawsuit which included claims John Sandifer asked former governor dixy Lee ray about point blank did you cut a deal with George Weyerhaeuser to leave that open I could get very angry if somebody says that to me no I never cut a deal with anybody for anything like that at all and so far as the warehouse of timber companies concerned I didn't even speak about it Mr Houser or any official from his company before the boundaries were set but I'm not stupid I knew people were working in there I knew that they had their their jobs were at stake and the logging industry and the whole wood products industry has been in a in a depressed area condition for a long time there's another interview with governor dixy Lee ray as it pertains to George Weyerhaeuser in which she says I know him personally I see him often and when the model is about to erupt I saw him more than that and we talked about the problem now what do you suppose that man Weyerhaeuser eventually settled the suit and maintained it wasn't responsible for any of the deaths man the state wasn't held responsible because the judge dismissed it as a defendant Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge at the USGS cascades volcano observatory tells me science comes with a lot of uncertainties but that they need to speak with one voice there's oftentimes not an absolute answer and it's important for us to be able to communicate that to people for people to understand that there is some wiggle room and possible outcomes that's difficult for people to deal with I understand that I'd certainly experiencing that right now that does not not entirely certain how I should be acting but I'm not about and that's just because of an imperfect understanding of the current situation but ultimately Moran says the role of science is to minimize the uncertainties as much as possible Brian Harris komo news at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news players global propelling Sharon's money update stocks began the new week with a powerful rally fueled largely by optimism.

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"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:30 min | 5 months ago

"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

"To expand their access to patients and they will have to implement policies including limiting the number of people in waiting rooms and conducting temperature checks restaurant owners have given president Donald Trump a dire accounting of the widespread damage the corona virus pandemic has dealt their industry and have asked him to tweak a loan program for small businesses to address their concerns the president put a hopeful spin on their situation saying encouraging news on vaccines and treatment efforts could negate the bad news the Oregon Supreme Court late Monday halted rural judge's order earlier in the day that they had tossed out statewide coronavirus restrictions imposed by democratic governor Kate brown arts Anders komo news the events leading up to the eruption of mount St Helens forty years ago raised questions in the days that followed questions about whether political leaders heeded the warnings of scientists or whether scientists downplayed the danger more from Cuomo's Ryan Harris those questions were explored a year later by komo journalists Mike Nestor often John Sandifer who reported that between March fifteenth and may eighteenth nineteen eighty there were a number of U. S. Geological Survey experts talking about the dangers including David Johnston who was killed by the blast and predicted it could happen on the near flanks where we are right now with likely be covered by avalanches of very hot debris up to a thousand degrees centigrade and we're we're standing right now what might be the consequence I wouldn't want to be here to talk about it that we'd probably be killed David Johnston was killed on may eighteenth but in March his colleagues Mollohan Crandall we're taking a more conservative approach and Johnston reportedly was told to stop issuing statements that might alarm the public Sandifer's referring to geologists don Molyneaux and Dwight Crandall who said they shared information about the dangers the mountain posed with state officials but don't know how far that information went Crandall also said scientists perception of the risk might be different from non scientists then there was the confusion among the public the scientists said the most catastrophic outcome had low probabilities and the creation of the red zone near the mountain where evacuations were mandatory and the blue zone still considered a risk but where people were still allowed led to that confusion all but three of the fifty seven people killed were outside the red zone Crandall said they didn't expect the lateral blast on the northwest side of mount St Helens but he also said other factors had to be considered when creating the zones personality we have the manned roadblocks.

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"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

"Roadblocks blocked the social and make impact will it have as we put the boundary in one place rather than other places how many people are we putting out of work and so there is a lot of social political and economic factors that go into these axis boundaries that really are beyond our concern in fact the thousand Weyerhaeuser logging jobs in the money for rural schools they generated were at stake if the eruption hadn't been on a Sunday many of those loggers might have been hurt or killed the eruption also led to a lawsuit which included claims John Sandifer asked former governor dixy Lee ray about point blank did you cut a deal with George Weyerhaeuser to leave that open I could get very angry if somebody says that to me no I never cut a deal with anybody for anything like that at all and so far as the Weyerhaeuser timber company is concerned I didn't even speak about it Mr Houser or any official from his company before the boundaries were set but I'm not stupid I knew people were working in there I knew that they had their their jobs were at stake and the logging industry and the whole wood products industry has been in a in a depressed area condition for a long time there's another interview with governor dixy Lee ray as it pertains to George Weyerhaeuser in which she says I know him personally I see him often and when the model is about to erupt I saw him more than that and we talked about the problem now what do you suppose that ma'am Weyerhaeuser eventually settled the suit and maintained it wasn't responsible for any of the deaths man the state wasn't held responsible because the judge dismissed it as a defendant Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge at the USGS cascades volcano observatory tells me science comes with a lot of uncertainties but that they need to speak with one voice there's oftentimes not an absolute answer and it's important for us to be able to communicate that to people for people to understand that there is some wiggle room and possible outcomes that's difficult for people to deal with I understand that I'd certainly experiencing that right now that does not not entirely certain how I should be acting but I'm not about and that's just because of them perfect understanding of the current situation but ultimately Moran says the role of science is to minimize the uncertainties as much as possible Ryan Harris komo.

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"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

"Followed questions about whether political leaders heeded the warnings of scientists or whether scientists downplayed the danger more from homeowners Ryan Harris those questions were explored a year later by komo journalists Mike Nestor often John Sandifer who reported that between March fifteenth and may eighteenth nineteen eighty there were a number of U. S. Geological Survey experts talking about the dangers including David Johnston who was killed by the blast and predicted it could happen on the near flanks where we are right now with likely be covered by avalanches of very hot debris up to a thousand degrees centigrade and where we're standing right now what might be the consequence I wouldn't want to be here to talk about is that we probably be killed David Johnston was killed on may eighteenth but in March his colleagues Mollohan Crandall we're taking a more conservative approach and Johnston reportedly was told to stop issuing statements that might alarm the public Sandifer's referring to geologists don Molyneaux and Dwight Crandall who said they shared information about the dangers the mountain posed with state officials but don't know how far that information went Crandall also said scientists perception of the risk might be different from non scientists then there was the confusion among the public the scientists said the most catastrophic outcome had low probability sand the creation of the red zone near the mountain where evacuations were mandatory and the blue zone still considered a risk but where people were still allowed led to that confusion all but three of the fifty seven people killed were outside the red zone Crandall said they didn't expect the lateral blast on the northwest side of mount St Helens but he also said other factors had to be considered when creating the zones personality we have the manned.

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"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:27 min | 5 months ago

"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

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"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

"Manned roadblocks the social and economic impact will it have if we put the boundary in one place rather than other places how many people are we putting out of work and so there is a lot of social political and economic factors that go into these axis boundaries yeah three are beyond our concern in fact the thousand Weyerhaeuser logging jobs in the money for rural schools they generated were at stake if the eruption hadn't been on a Sunday many of those loggers might have been hurt or killed the eruption also led to a lawsuit which included claims John Sandifer ask former governor dixy Lee ray about point blank did you cut a deal with George Weyerhaeuser to leave that open I could get very angry if somebody says that to me no I never cut a deal with anybody for anything like that at all and so far as the Weyerhaeuser timber company is concerned I didn't even speak about it Mr Houser or any official from his company before the boundaries were set but I'm not stupid I knew people were working in there I knew that they had their their jobs were at stake and the logging industry and the whole wood products industry has been in a in a depressed area condition for a long time there's another interview with governor dixy Lee ray as it pertains to George Weyerhaeuser in which she says I know him personally I see him often and when the man was about to erupt I saw him more than that and we talked about the problem now what do you suppose that ma'am Weyerhaeuser eventually settled the suit and maintained it wasn't responsible for any of the deaths man the state wasn't held responsible because the judge dismissed it as a defendant Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge at the USGS cascades volcano observatory tells me science comes with a lot of uncertainties but that they need to speak with one voice there's oftentimes not an absolute answer and it's important for us to be able to communicate that to people for people to understand that there is some wiggle room and possible outcomes that's a difficult for people to deal with I understand that I'd certainly experiencing that right now that and I'm not entirely certain how I should be acting but I'm not about and that's just because of them perfect understanding of the current situation but ultimately Moran says the role of science is to minimize the uncertainties as much as possible Ryan Harris komo news.

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"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

"Eruption of mount St Helens forty years ago raised questions in the days that followed questions about whether political leaders heeded the warnings of scientists or whether scientists downplayed the danger more from almost Ryan Harris those questions were explored a year later by komo journalists Mike Nestor often John Sandifer who reported that between March fifteenth and may eighteenth nineteen eighty there were a number of U. S. Geological Survey experts talking about the dangers including David Johnston who was killed by the blast and predicted it could happen on the near flanks where we are right now with likely be covered by avalanches of very hot debris up to a thousand degrees centigrade and we're we're standing right now what might be the consequence I wouldn't want to be here to talk about it but we probably be killed David Johnston was killed on may eighteenth but in March his colleagues Mollohan Crandall we're taking a more conservative approach and Johnston reportedly was told to stop issuing statements that might alarm the public Sandifer's referring to geologists don Molyneaux and white Crandall who said they shared information about the dangers the mountain posed with state officials but don't know how far that information went Crandall also said scientists perception of the risk might be different from non scientists then there was the confusion among the public the scientists said the most catastrophic outcome had low probabilities and the creation of the red zone near the mountain where evacuations were mandatory and the blue zone still considered a risk but where people were still allowed led to that confusion all but three of the fifty seven people killed were outside the red zone Crandall said they didn't expect the lateral blast on the northwest side of mount St Helens but he also said other factors had to be considered when creating the zones personality we have the.

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"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:32 min | 5 months ago

"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

"The manned roadblocks the social and economic impact will it have if we put the boundary in one place rather than other places how many people are we putting out of work and so there is a lot of social political and economic factors that go into these axis boundaries yeah three are beyond our concern in fact the thousand Weyerhaeuser logging jobs in the money for rural schools they generated were at stake if the eruption hadn't been on a Sunday many of those loggers might have been hurt or killed the eruption also led to a lawsuit which included claims John Sandifer asked former governor dixy Lee ray about point blank did you cut a deal with George Weyerhaeuser to leave that open I could get very angry if somebody says that to me no I never cut a deal with anybody for anything like that at all and so far as the warehouse of timber companies concerned I didn't even speak about it Mr Houser or any official from his company before the boundaries were set but I'm not stupid I knew people were working in there I knew that they had their their jobs were at stake and the logging industry and the whole wood products industry has been in a in a depressed area condition for a long time there's another interview with governor dixy Lee ray as it pertains to George Weyerhaeuser in which she says I know him personally I see him often and when the model is about to erupt I saw him more than that and we talked about the problem now what do you suppose that man Weyerhaeuser eventually settled the suit and maintained it wasn't responsible for any of the deaths man the state wasn't held responsible because the judge dismissed it as a defendant Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge at the USGS cascades volcano observatory tells me science comes with a lot of uncertainties but that they need to speak with one voice there's oftentimes not an absolute answer and it's important for us to be able to communicate that to people for people to understand that there is some wiggle room and possible outcomes that's difficult for people to deal with I understand that I'd certainly experiencing that right now that does not not entirely certain how I should be acting but I'm not about and that's just because of them perfect understanding of the current situation but ultimately Moran says the role of science is to minimize the uncertainties as much as possible Ryan Harris komo news companies time wanting him just go with our propellant sure it's money update optimism about a potential coronavirus vaccine gave stocks a huge lift today the market finishing with Bradham sharp gains the Dow industrials jumped nine hundred twelve points the nasdaq composite gained two.

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"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

"Story now from Cuomo's Ryan Harris those questions were explored a year later by komo journalists Mike Nestor often John Sandifer who reported that between March fifteenth and may eighteenth nineteen eighty there were a number of U. S. Geological Survey experts talking about the dangers including David Johnston who was killed by the blast and predicted it could happen on the near flanks where we are right now with likely be covered by avalanches of very hot debris up to a thousand degrees centigrade and we're we're standing right now what might be the consequence I wouldn't want to be here to talk about it we probably be killed David Johnston was killed on may eighteenth but in March his colleagues melatonin Crandall we're taking a more conservative approach and Johnston reportedly was told to stop issuing statements that might alarm the public Sandifer's referring to geologists don Molyneaux and Dwight Crandall who said they shared information about the dangers the mountain posed with state officials but don't know how far that information went Crandall also said scientists perception of the risk might be different from non scientists then there was the confusion among the public the scientists said the most catastrophic outcome had low probabilities and the creation of the red zone near the mountain where evacuations were mandatory and the blue zones still considered a risk but where people were still allowed led to that confusion all but three of the fifty seven people killed were outside the red zone Crandall said they didn't expect the lateral blast on the northwest side of mount St Helens but he also said other factors had to be considered when creating the zones personality we have.

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"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

"Boeing field areas looking good to southbound four oh five some minor slowdowns right around new castle down toward state route one six nine your next couple traffic at five twenty four the como eco roof forecast in just a moment let me tell you this update on traffic sponsored by the world class positions at only worth focusing on safety and then offering or the live virtual consultations with specialists during the Copa nineteen outbreak only worth what has your back your knee or hip you get it well the ortho dot com as far as eagle river forecast goes we'll have clouds tonight near fifty tomorrow mainly cloudy a few sun breaks and temperatures popping up into the sixties before weather weather comes back Wednesday and with some sunshine in downtown Seattle in spots that's warmed our downtown temperature to sixty seven degrees at five fifteen stay connected stay informed the northwest only twenty four hour news station komo news I'm Rick fansites with Lisa Jaffe our editor Jeremy greater target will continue to pay its employees more amid the corona virus pandemic the CEO Brian Cornell says the two dollar an hour pay raise for their employees will now go through July fourth the events leading up to the eruption of mount St Helens forty years ago today raised questions in the days that followed questions about whether political leaders heeded the warnings of scientists or whether scientists downplayed the danger we have that story now from Cuomo's Ryan Harris those questions were explored a year later by komo journalists Mike Nestor often John Sandifer who reported that between March fifteenth and may.

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"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"john sandifer" Discussed on KOMO

"We have to man roadblocks the social and economic impact will it have as we put the boundary in one place rather than other places how many people are we putting out of work and so there is a lot of social political and economic factors that go into these axis boundaries really are beyond our concern in fact the thousand Weyerhaeuser logging jobs in the money for rural schools they generated were at stake if the eruption hadn't been on a Sunday many of those loggers might have been hurt or killed the eruption also led to a lawsuit which included claims John Sandifer asked former governor dixy Lee ray about point blank did you cut a deal with George Weyerhaeuser to leave that open I could get very angry if somebody says that to me no I never cut a deal with anybody for anything like that at all and so far as the warehouse or timber companies concerned I didn't even speak about it Mr Houser or any official from his company before the boundaries were set but I'm not stupid I knew people were working in there I knew that they had their their jobs were at stake and the logging industry and the whole wood products industry has been in a in a depressed Ellis condition for a long time there's another interview with governor dixy Lee ray as it pertains to George Weyerhaeuser in which she says I know him personally I see him often and when the model is about to erupt I saw him more than that and we talked about the problem now what do you suppose that man Weyerhaeuser eventually settled the suit and maintained it wasn't responsible for any of the deaths man the state wasn't held responsible because the judge dismissed it as a defendant Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge at the USGS cast aids volcano observatory tells me science comes with a lot of uncertainties but that they need to speak with one voice there's oftentimes not an absolute answer and it's important for us to be able to communicate that to people for people to understand that there is some wiggle room and possible outcomes that's difficult for people to deal with I understand that I'd certainly experiencing that right now that and I'm not entirely certain how I should be acting but I'm not about and that's just because of them perfect understanding of the current situation but ultimately Moran says the role of science is to minimize the uncertainties as much as possible Brian Harris promoters and become.

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"john sandifer" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"john sandifer" Discussed on Nightline

"It was also critical that people who were at the park that day who were taking photographs of their friends and family any filming that they had done turned over their photographs and filmed to us to see if we could find something that would be a clue. The like Semana objections would come back to bite Bundy. People saw him Andy themselves as Ted. There's a Ted drives the Volkswagen. Handsome, and from the witnesses that saw him were composite drawings made. When the picture came out when they finally got Ted Bundy picture of this person of interest. No question in our minds. No question that this was the guy h lead has to be followed. Every phone call has to be made mostly some pan out with a speck of information. That may someday help clear up the mystery of the whereabouts of Janice and each Nadler. And it was very creepy sensation knowing that we were just steps away from somebody who is ultimately responsible for doing some very very, very dastardly dese. One thing since the publication of the description of the man called Ted there have been no further disappearances from this area. John Sandifer for ABC news in Seattle. Find. Intelligent, and others. Nineteen year old and he's Naslund and year old Janice ought disappear on a warm summer day at lakes Amash though. There was no sign of the women. Several witnesses told of a smooth talking good looking young man named Ted. Heat was starting to come upon him because of his daylight adventures in lake sammamish. Clues. Now, the guy named Ted of VW composite sketch funding if you want to keep going he was going to have to go somewhere where there was no investigation. So what is Bundy do? He has the presence of mind to move from the Washington area to Utah. And again, he starts changing his tactics finally killing Brown use excuse of going to the Utah law score that he gave Liz the option of going with him. He was her prints. She had dreams of him becoming an attorney and having a white picket fence was probably delighted when she said, no, I want to stay in Seattle off France, the houseboat where I lived and and pitcher of him. What makes this photo that has surfaced from Maryland Cheinal? So in credibly interesting, an incredibly important is because he's. Stressed been basically the same outfit that he warned at lake sammamish on July fourteenth of nineteen seventy four. She was crying. And I just you know, kind of gave him a good bye. And he got in the car and drove away. Within twelve or so hours. He would be murdering the Idaho Iger. After this picture appeared the task force received one call among thousands of others. This particular caller said a man named Ted Bundy looked quote, something like the picture tuned in. And the police never did anything with it. He called the police more than once stating that she believed her boyfriend Ted Bundy was the Keller. Bundy went to university of Utah school of wall. When I was there at the law school would have regular contact with Ted Bundy, and everyone really int- there were periods of time when he was absent from class and people would occasionally comment on that all Ted's gone, again, the first semester he's in class three times. He's like a kid in a candy store up at in in Utah around four women in the end just a matter of weeks. Get mad at myself, gee, weeks later to mine other pair comical, but that's what everything Bundy had within. What is known as moderate get. There were reasons behind it the tire and the garage, and of course, gloves, and it wouldn't matter the item on the planned very carefully to use everything that he had his standard Merck at it wasn't the items there weren't there by chance. They all had a reason. The rawal connected the martyr. He said, I always tried to get rid of all all the evidence that would put me to the crime and said that I had to restock Mike toll kid all the time. Bundy

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"john sandifer" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"john sandifer" Discussed on 20/20

"Her purse is still her her keys to riccar still there. But she's done is good. Does that satiated with just one thing? He was trying to make a statement that day. For Ted the thrill of coin back to where he'd been successful in the morning and being able to abduct another woman was probably. Very exciting for him. It was almost the Africa the way to women disappeared. It was as if the the stakes of the story had been raised in this dramatic way. It was also critical that people who were at the park that day who were taking photographs of their friends and family any filming that they had done turned over their photographs and filmed to us to see if we could find something that would be a clue. The like Samantha objections would come back to bite Bundy. People saw him and he identified themselves as Ted there's a Ted, and he drives the Volkswagen, and he's handsome and from the witnesses that saw him were composite drawings made. When the picture came out, you know, when they finally got eight Ted Bundy picture of this person of interest. No question in our minds. No question that this was the guy h lead has to be followed. Every phone call has to be made mostly some pan out whether speck of information that may someday help clear up the mystery of the whereabouts of Janice and an east Nadler. And it was a very creepy sensation knowing that we were just steps away from somebody who is ultimately responsible for doing some very very very dastardly dis. One thing since the publication of the description of the man called Ted there have been no further disappearances from this area. John Sandifer for ABC news in Seattle. Find. Intelligent, others. Nineteen year old and he's Naslund and year old Janice aut disappear on a warm summer day at lake sammamish. Though, there was no sign of the women. Several witnesses told of a smooth talking good looking young man named Ted. Keet was starting to come upon him because of his daylight adventures in lake sammamish. Clues. Now, the guy named Ted of VW a composite sketch funding if you want to keep killing he was going to have to go somewhere where there was no investigation. So what is Bundy do? He has the presence of mind to move from the Washington area to Utah. And again, he starts changing his tactics finally killing Brown use excuse going to Utah law score that he gave Liz the option of going with him. He was her prints. She had dreams of him becoming an attorney and having a white picket fence was probably delighted when she said, no, I want to stay in Seattle conference at the houseboat where I lived and and pitcher of him. What makes this photo that has surfaced from Maryland Cheinal? So in credibly interesting and incredibly important is because he's. Stressed been basically the same outfit that he warned at lake sammamish on July fourteenth of nineteen seventy four. She was crying. And I just you know, kind of gave him a good bye. And he got in the car and drove away. Within twelve or so hours. He would be murdering the Idaho Iger. After this picture appeared the task force received one call among thousands of others. This particular caller said a man named Ted Bundy looked quote, something like the picture. Tuned in. And the police never did anything with it called the police more than once stating that she believed her boyfriend Ted Bundy was the color. Bundy went to university of Utah school of wall. When I was there at the law school, I would have regular contact with Ted Bundy, and everyone really there were periods of time when he was absent from class and people would occasionally comment on that all Ted's gone, again, the first semester he's in class three times. He's like a kid in a candy store up at in in Utah around four women in the end just a matter of weeks..

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