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"josephson" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

03:12 min | 3 months ago

"josephson" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Is correct and the second swath that was that was turned into you. Swath from the in inner edges of handles kamloops cruel kimmel colored multi. Excuse me from the white plastic family dollar bag bag number two. Yes that is correct. That is a mixture of three individuals. Yes samantha. Johnson has a high a strong support probability of being included the statistic associated with mantha josephson falls in our very strong support rage. Yes man that number that was assigned to To that is two point six steps that is correct. And then you did the same setup for mr roland. Mr rowland and to identified unrelated individuals versus it being three unidentified unrelated individuals. Yes that is correct and result for that one was the dna profile is approximately forty nine times more likely. If the thing overall and two unidentified unrelated individuals contributed to the mixture yes then if three unidentified unrelated individuals contribute to the mixture. so there's a significant difference. Wouldn't you agree between two point. Six million and forty nine. Yes i agree and forty nine is on. Your verbal scaled considered week. Yes that falls in our support rage. Dr thomas beaver. Forensic pathologist employed at the medical university of south carolina. Testified about the amount of blood found. He was asked to explain the process for his autopsies. In samantha's case he took one hundred seventy photos. Due to the extreme amount of injuries he was asked about his first observations of her body. What was the to saw the rest. Your immediate attention. The two things first the first thing was that she had an extensive amount of insect activity on surface of the body. And the second thing pretty much at the same time wasn't she had many stab wounds Over the services at the by he said samantha had been stabbed more than one hundred.

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"josephson" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

08:14 min | 3 months ago

"josephson" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Mixture originating from two individuals. The first scenario is samantha. Josephson in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture versus scenario to for its two unidentified unrelated individuals that attributed to ensure means. She's not a contributor. The result of that comparison is the dna profile is approximately three point. Eight subterranean times more likely smith josephson in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture of two unidentified unrelated individuals contributed to the mixture time. Back in our verbal scale would will level support is that for samantha josephson's inclusion in the profile. On mr rolling shoe. This would fall into our very strong support rage. They then asked about any dna found underneath nathanielsz fingernails the da vial was interpreted as a mixture originating from three individuals. Because these are nathaniel rollins generals. We can expect his dna reasonably be there so he is his dini. Profiles considered in both scenarios scenario wine is nathaniel roland samantha josephson in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture versus mary where nathaniel rowlands in two unrelated individuals contributed to the mixture. The result of that comparison is routinely profile is approximately ninety four million times. More likely if nathaniel orland smith joseph sent in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture that thing roland into unidentified unrelated individuals contributed to the mixture. The prosecution also inquired about other clothing items belonging to nathaniel including a sock into bandanna dating profile was interpreted as a mixture originating from two individuals. The first scenario is samantha. Justice saved an unidentified unrelated individual contribute to the mixture versus a scenario where it's too identified unrelated individuals that contributed to the mixture. The result evacuate harrison is dina profile is approximately four times more likely if samantha gis said in an unidentified unrelated individual contributed to the mixture than two identified unrelated individuals contributed to the mixture to recap that samantha's dna was found on nathanielsz flipflops underneath his fingernails and on his sock and bandanna then the testimony turned to the blood in the car. The specific parts tested were the rear of the console. The passengers headrest the driver's headrest the rear passenger seat and the seat belts agent. Doing said there's very strong support that the blood found on all of those locations included blood from samantha. Agent duane then told the jury about blood found in that family dollar grocery bag located in the dumpster at marinas apartments again. The blood came back as very strong. Support that it was from samantha but on several occasions during the direct examination agent duane mentioned an unknown profile and when prosecutors asked about the dna found under samantha's fingernails not only was there an unknown profile there too but nathaniel rowlands profile was excluded. What are your results. is mr roland on. The item. Daniel roland is excluded as a possible contributor for the right hand fingernail. Scrapings misjustice correct. That's that and that was done by the analysis that you talked about earlier that process that is crack. Is there a second time of process or analysis that you can do in regards to dna vows will. that's separate from the starbucks. Yes what is that. we also perform. What is called why. Sdr testing what is your why s. You're testing is a type of technology that allows us to just isolate male vide just for mailing. That is correct. So did you. Perform westie are testing on this item. Sixteen point one. I did and the process for conducting. The test is completely different. From the starbucks that you described earlier the statistic. It's different statistic is different. Thank you so the ratios the numbers. You've been reciting. do you do that. Same thing for the white cr analysis. Now it's a different type of sadistic okay. Did you conduct analysis on this item. I did and what was the result. The partial why scr profile developed is insufficient interpretation. What does that mean. That means that there was not enough. Dna developed to interpret now. Let's talk about sixteen point two. Which is the left hand fingernail scrapings again in that situation under the the star makes what was your under star. Mex- what would your finding name. Her developed is attributable to smith. Joseph said and. I'm sorry with mr roland. Included or excluded as part of that. Daniel roland is excluded as possible. Contributor to do attempt to do any wise cr Analysis on that i did and what was the result. No t. r. profile was developed when it was time for cross examination. The defense wanted to focus on that unknown profile. Part of the unknown profile was found within the same batches as samantha's blood and you've excluded everybody else that you had proposed for. Yes that is correct. So it's samantha jones said mixed with an unidentified person yes the defense also asked about a few other locations from the car where an unknown profile was found. They argued that each location which included the gearshift and steering wheel could imply that someone unknown drove the black chevy impala. So there's still one profile this on the gear shift to this heart don't belong to correct. Yes that is correct. The defense asked agent wayne about the clothes nathaniel had allegedly been wearing. The night of samantha's murder. The clothes found in meritas trash. There was evidence of samantha on the clothes along with again an unknown profile and the profiles a mixture of two individuals that is correct and samantha josephson's likelihood of being a contributor to this mixture. Is pretty strong right yes. The dna profile is three point. Seven seven million times more likely her and one individual. What another person contributing to the measure that is correct. Anything or roland is excluded. From being at second person correct that is correct and you excluded everybody else that you had been samples or with this particular item. Yes that is correct. So what samantha. Joseph said an an unidentified person that we don't know that is correct then. There was another piece of evidence. Defense wanted to ask agent duane about the hunting knife that was found meritas trash. So you did. A you received a swab from the radio Correct that is correct. Mr rowlands profile is not on that late. Correct that.

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"josephson" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

03:31 min | 3 months ago

"josephson" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Turbiville south carolina about sixty five miles from columbia to friends. Andrew lee and ryan noten went out turkey hunting after not having much success earlier in the day they changed locations and went to new zion. Where ryan's family owned land had you previously hunted in those locations before yes landed his family's so we hunt there quite a bit. It's mr null your friend must not plan yes Say on there quite a bit. I mean we deer hunt we bird hunt turkey there just somewhere close to his house so similarities i access closest house andor scanned the area to see if there were any turkeys long. Walk around him. Probably a little way. David stayed as you were walking heater from the access road down firebreaks royal. What if anything you are on now. I was walking down. I didn't observe anything was way back swing woods and the call nine to lift. He got a little closer to whatever it was that had caught his eye and the more he looked at it. Scrutinizing it to see what it was the more it looked like it was a body. He called ryan over and they were both in disbelief. Moment that this this area was middle. Because it's it's not so many just end up there. I mean there's just farmland and woods noah nothing desire nervous and you just don't there. They called a department of natural resource officer. They knew in the area ten minutes later. Bubba morris arrived. Morris looked over the scene and called the clarendon county sheriff's office they send investigator. Tommy huckabee out. It was clear the body was that of a female victim and that she had experienced a large amount of trauma. It wasn't a crime. The sheriff's office had much experience with so they called in the south carolina law enforcement division better known as sled while waiting for sled to arrive. Investigator huckabee took a closer look at the body. He remembered seeing a missing persons report out of columbia. He called the columbia police department and asked for a copy of their beyond the lookout or bolo. They had recently put out. When he got samantha. Josephson's picture with her long dark hair and bright smile. He was certain she was the victim. He was looking at the founder fisher. I went to my sheriff consider is go. Why don't you think the felon saw. This person was devised close scripture and that was on the clothes and looking.

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"josephson" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"josephson" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Twenty one. Year old samantha. Josephson was going out with friends on the night of march. Twenty eight th two thousand nineteen. She had just found out she had been given a full scholarship to drexel law school march. Twenty eighth two thousand nineteen was supposed to be a celebration samantha. Josephson in friends or gathering together is a celebration of life. They hadn't seen one another in a while and there are getting together because by practically they were all about to graduate. They're getting together to relive a few of those kind and fun moments patch and a chance to reflect a little bit on those times and also to think about a little bit about with the future was to hold they were looking towards toasting and celebrating the fact that they're graduating and moving to a new phase of their less samantha's boyfriend. Greg corbishley lived in charleston at the time about two hours away from whereas samantha was finishing up school. At the university of south carolina samantha texted greg earlier in the day to ask him to drive up and go out with her and her friends. The plan was for the group to go to bird dog pub at seven fifteen harden street in the popular college hang out area of five points in columbia south carolina. We in contact with her. That night i was. I was in contact with her. Throughout the it's hard to how what form of contact did you all have with each other. facetime text messages colds Basically asking me to come up to columbia that night to Visitor do you know. Generally what her plans were that night and who they were with Just her remaining friends her extended from group. That didn't live with her. They were gonna go out to the five points area. Like any regular night At south carolina between working her job at liberty tavern and classes samantha was looking forward to the night out. Greg told her he couldn't make it but like during most of their relationship the two stayed in contact constantly. He knew samantha's location through the find. My friends app. We got off the phone. I mean her header locations Shared with each other through the find. My friends up And i tracked just to make sure she got home. Safe has always did Also stuffy they. Can you describe what that friend app isn't how how that works right so it will. It'll pinpoint where whoever it is. It shaves their location where they are in. It'll give you a constant update by the second about whether were their location is And like i said it was pretty frequently updated so a car. It'll it'll track as you're moving. And so why were you looking at. Where she was falling short home safely samantha left for the bird dog around twelve fifteen or twelve thirty a m. She and greg traded text messages throughout her time at the bar at two thirty. Am she texted him and told them she was getting an uber. Back home to where she lived. Known as the hub. The hub is located on main street. Just two miles from the bird dog. The ride should have lasted less than ten minutes. But as greg tracked her phone through that friend finder app he noticed. It was going the wrong way. He tried reaching her but couldn't get ahold of her by phone Didn't a rang. Went straight than went to voicemail. Tried texting on both of us had read receipts on a just said delivered in. I'd ever got the read received beck that would indicate educate you are not technologically. Inclined was that she hadn't read the message or that betcha was around her phone or whatever she wasn't she was she had looked at the message. Personally that's what i would think so. He continued follow whereabouts..

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"josephson" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

04:09 min | 3 months ago

"josephson" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Samantha josephson a future law. Student was last seen getting into a black chevy impala on march twenty eighth two thousand nineteen a car that was headed in the opposite direction of where she lived. She was going in different direction. Willing here. I called her. I texted her I i really didn't think anything of it i thought maybe the gombak eggers Or someone's house after but there was no response And no answer to the call in another part of columbia south carolina. Someone else's significant other noticed that their car. A chevy impala had bloodstains all over it. Sure i blood in the car. Where in the car on the dashboard and besides the seats. And where else did you see. What in the backseat law enforcement would eventually catch up to. The driver of the impala but lab results might make a seemingly clear cut case questionable. Sierra it's not on her clothing it's not under her ripped and fingernails on her ankles. This is jillian and in partnership with law and crime. You're listening to court junkie episode one seventy if you invest in a comfortable mattress it would be silly to not but as much thought and care into the sheets. You're sleeping on to bollandbranch knows that high quality sleep doesn't stop at your mattress. They're ultra soft. Organic sheets are transparently sourced and produced in safe fair conditions. I've been sleeping on bollandbranch sheets for a few weeks now and it's incredible. How buttery soft and comfortable. They are and they keep getting more cloud like with every wash from the moment you get that elegant bollandbranch box delivered to your door to the moment. You wake up from an amazing night's sleep on their signature sheets. You will absolutely feel the difference. I love my boll and branch sheets so much that i plan on giving them as a gift one of my family members for their birthday coming up. I don't wanna say who in case listening but you get the idea. not only. Are there products incredible but the company is to it was founded in two thousand fourteen by a husband and wife who wanted to give sleepers more choices for high quality sheets at a fair price. And they're pledging to double. Us assembly jobs this year while they're at it to experience the best sheets you've ever felt choose bollandbranch. You can try them. Worry free for thirty nights with free shipping and returns and my listeners. Get an exclusive fifteen percent off your first set of sheets with promo code court at bollandbranch dot com. That's bollandbranch b. o. l. l. andbranch dot com promo code court. We all talk to our friends when we're experiencing issues but they don't always give the advice we need all right. Look i love my friends but too often though suggest a simple short term fix like offering to go out for drinks or maybe sending me flowers all very nice but getting unbiased feedback and advice from a licensed professional can be refreshing and actually rewarding talk. Space is the number one online therapy platform to help you sort through any issue. They have thousands of licensed therapists. Who are experts in dozens of specialties including anxiety depression relationships and more and talks base. Works around your schedule at your convenience you can send and receive unlimited messages with your dedicated therapist in the app and you can schedule. Live video sessions from anywhere. Start feeling better with a single message match with a licensed therapist when you go to talk. Space dot com and get one hundred dollars off your first month by using the promo code court..

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"josephson" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

05:05 min | 4 months ago

"josephson" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"Has many tweets but she started off with does mind name belonged to me my face. What about my life my story. Why does my name refer to events. I had no hand in. I return to these questions because others continue to prophet my name face and story without my consent most recently the film stillwater and mccarthy were kind of replied to Outcry he said. This is not the amanda knox story just inspired. So how would you describe this. It's a tricky one to describe. I would say coming it lost in the movie. It goes places you don't expect. I hope engaging. Amanda knox though says that well mccarthy. If movie wasn't inspired by my story you should probably keep my name out of your mouth every single time you promote it. She says quote. You're not leaving the amanda knox case behind very well if every single review mentions me. You're not leaving them. In case behind when my face appears on profiles and articles about the and the reactions have been mixed bag to say the least. I could more appropriately. Call it an absolute shit. Show one twitter user. Paul gray said quote. Sorry to be cynical but this comes across as you're not happy about others profiting off your story unless you're profiting off it as well. I wouldn't suggest for a minute. Your life has been easy in the fallout from what happened. The bigger picture is that the true victim is meredith. Others twitter calling her murderer. They are cursing at her calling her a racist bigot. Basically what you would expect from people trying to talk to into knox. A lot of people are not convinced of her innocence. I'm not going to get into the case because again it would take so long to do this case justice if we're getting into like every little piece of it but more or less. She changed her story like five times and she immediately accused her boss and african man and then the second which was ally and the second person that she accused was an african man from ivory coast and he actually ended up doing prison time for the murder. They found his dna At the scene on her and it sounds like they most likely got the right guy there but a lot of people are wondering if she's racist for lying right off the bat and then i mean let's just be honest. She didn't exactly do herself any favors. I think that her case was really interesting. Just as a whole to. Because i haven't seen that amount of vitriol towards a person in a long time especially one that most likely will an american abroad Imprisoned and how could she do this. She's young white middle upper class student. You know you usually usually. The court of public opinion is pretty sympathetic. to people. like her as her housemates body was being wheeled out of the house and a stretcher. The body mutilated ponti. She and her boyfriend were making out in canoeing and kissing standing on the side of the road. It's a very interesting case. I personally do not believe that. A minute knox had anything to do with the murder does she may be no more. I don't know But either way guys. Twitter is an absolute shit. Show highly suggest you had over there and just go to amanda knox twitter profile. Read this entire thread. She goes on for quite a bit more. She has definitely set it off..

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"josephson" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

03:20 min | 4 months ago

"josephson" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"Has been arrested and it's just so senseless and tragic and i don't know if any of you guys have have followed this case or read it but there are some people who you look at them and you just see nothing just cold nothing there no soul starting back at you. Mr jiminez here is one of those people. You just kind of. Look a picture of him and you're like okay. Well that's not exactly surprising. It's just you feel it coming from there is the is the windows to the soul in happier news. This is really tickled my fancy. It really gets me going. Piece of filth and comeback rapist harvey weinstein now. I didn't know that there was exactly a kink that involved watching powerful men who rape and abuse women continuously get what they deserve but alas here we are and apparently it is the thing so weinstein was convicted of rape last year in new york and sentenced to twenty three years in prison. Cool glad to see it love it. But he's now facing eleven. That's one one eleven eleven additional rape related charges in the beverly hills and los angeles areas from five separate women. His attorney attempted to get these charges which include rape forced oral copulation and sexual battery thrown out due to the statute of limitations in california expiring. The judge actually ended up ruling against weinstein on two of those charges. And then ask the prosecutors to amend the sexual battery charge so guys. What this means is that weinstein is going back on trial. He's going back. He's going to go back to trial and this. This is the trial that could put him away until his dying day because he's facing a hundred and forty years in prison and whereas he won't likely receive the full penalty This trial will absolutely be enough to ensure that he dies in prison. But as i mean let's face it even if he died tomorrow it wouldn't even be enough. I'm not even. I don't even feel guilty for saying that. He's what sixty seven now. We've missed a lot of a lot of time. So let's move on from one rapist to another and this was actually pretty historic. former cardinal. Theodore mccarrick has been charged with sexually assaulting a teenage boy during a wedding reception in massachusetts and nineteen seventy four. This is huge news because theodore mckarrick is the first cardinal in the us to ever be criminally charged with sexual crime against a minor and guys. I'm thirty six years old. I'm sitting here and i recall. I hearing about catholic sex abuse within the catholic church. When i was a kid like single digits age single digit age. It has also been a dark gallows humor type of joke for as long as i can remember as well. They even make fun of the catholic church on saturday night. Live over it and i. It's just mindblowing to me is now twenty twenty one and this has been so known about it. Hasn't been a it's been like the hidden open secret. I guess but got so long. It's been going on and just now in twenty twenty one. He's the first cardinal mccarrick faces three counts of indecent assault and battery on a person over fourteen mccarrick is now ninety one years old and interestingly enough he was actually defrocked by pope francis in two thousand nineteen after the vatican..

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New Jersey College Student Stabbed up to 120 Times in Uber Killing

Mark Levin

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

New Jersey College Student Stabbed up to 120 Times in Uber Killing

"Gruesome details revealed in the trial of the man accused of murdering a New Jersey college student who mistakenly thought a car she entered was uber ride. Pathologist testified there were more than 100 stab wounds plunged into the body of 21 year old Samantha Josephson. Trial of Nathaniel Roland is entering its second week. He's facing kidnapping and murder charges

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"josephson" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"josephson" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Biden go toe to toe in the final presidential debate in Nashville, Biden criticizing the president for his response to the pandemic and laid out a plan to move the country forward. I would make sure we move in the direction of rapid testing investing in rapid testing. I would make sure that we set up national standards is howto. Open up schools and open up businesses so they could be safe and give them the wherewithal the financial resources to be able to do that. President defended his response to the pandemic. It will go away and as I say we're rounding the turn. We're rounding the corner. It's going away. The president also said the country has to start reopening and said Biden just wants to shut it down again. Meantime, President Trump and Joe Biden discussing recent reports about the binds business dealings in China, President Trump claimed that Josephson Hunter Biden has been taking money from overseas. He is the vice president of the United States and his son, his brother and his other brother are getting rich. They're like a vacuum cleaner this way. In response, Biden said his son has not made any money in terms of China or Ukraine and slammed Trump for his overseas business is I have not taken a penny from any foreign source ever in my life, we learned that this president Paid 50 times the tax in China as a secret bank account with China. President Trump says he has bank accounts all over the place and they're all listed. He says The Chinese account was open in 2015 and closed in 2017. Coco's Joshua Lipton has reaction from both political parties. On last night's debate, Republican Party chair Tony Cobb. Barak was impressed with the revised debate format, saying President Trump remained levelheaded. Still got in some jabs, especially when it came to Joe Biden's idea of transitioning away from fossil fuels. Biggest Whopper. I think with that be and where it goes, Yeah, we're going back in oil and he'd go to them into and he just kind of blurted it out. It's a good for President Trump to drag it out of the Democratic Party chair. Will Rodriguez Kennedy thinks that won't sit well in some battleground states like Pennsylvania, but we have to have the country three. Divine Arqam needs to be more sustainable, more equitable and more green in orderto lead into the future. Kennedy Rodriguez thought. Biden scores Immigration and racial justice reform, but says his apology for the 1994 crime bill he signed isn't enough to win the black vote. Joshua Lipton KOGO News Despite a boycott by Democrats Thursday, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to advance Judge Amy Cockney Barrett Supreme Court nomination to the full Senate. But Chad program reports, Democrats took some heat from progressives for not doing more to stop that nomination. Liberal groups are irate. They feel Democratic senators treated Amy Cockney Barrett with kid gloves. Progressives would prefer a political brawl. Democrats are content with their standing in the polls less than two weeks before the election, so they don't want to rock the boat. The Democrats pulled the levers they had boycotting a committee vote to send barrettes nomination to the floor. But there's GOP descent as well. Republican Senator Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski are expected to cast the on Ly Republican. No votes on Barrett. Both argued the GOP brass is racing to confirm Barrett too close to the election. Because the Senate has 53 Republicans. It means the GOP has the votes to confirm Barrett. San Diego Unified is slowly bringing students back to campus in person learning already underway for special needs. Students in Phase one, and the district now has plans to eventually bring back K through fifth for half days, four days a week. In phase two elementary students will return to campus four days a week, and students will be split into two cohorts for Neither am session or a PM session in order to safely rotate students into the classroom. So the elementary students we get instruction on site Monday through Thursday, and then Friday would be set in fact, for live online check in and independent learning, You know, using the online platform that they're using right now. Cindy Martin superintendent tells Kogo dears six through 12th graders would also return for two days a week. There is no start date yet for Phase two, The FDA approves the first drug for treating Cove in 19 here, Steve Rappaport. The FDA fully approved from disappear for treating covert 19 after a large study showed the antiviral drug cut recovery time for patients from 15 days to 10 days, But there's no evidence of it, reducing the risk of dying from the virus. The drug, marketed by Gilead Sciences under the name Vic Lary is approved for people 12 and older. The FDA says it should only be administered in a hospital or a health care setting with a level of care comparable to that of a hospital. President Trump received victory during his bout with covert 19 5 Day treatment supply for patients with private health insurance costs more than $3000. Over and lift are being ordered to treat California driver's. His employees and appeals court ruled the Rideshare giants must follow a labor law that took effect in January. It requires gig workers stop being classified as independent contractors. The companies have resisted arguing that have to suspend service. If they make the change. It's unclear if the companies will ask the Supreme Court to step in. Voters approved prop 22, which would happen in less than two weeks, It would exempt at based companies from the States Gig Economy Law Well, four out of every five people arrested in San Diego last year had been using drugs a 20 year record for the region. 79% of men and 82% of women arrested in San Diego had drugs in their systems in 2019 up from 56 to 58% just a decade earlier, With lower numbers of people being booked. These might reflect changes. Population, But it's still really shows the underlying needs of those who have justice system contact and how closely interrelated many times illegal drug use is and crime with individuals committing property crimes, for example, to support their drug habit, and that if we want to deal with this revolving door, we really need to address the underlying issues. Dr Cynthia Burke with sand at the San Diego Association of Governments. Saying meth was the most common drug found in 55% of men and 66% of women. Jack Cronin NEWS San Diego County Taxpayers Association, names, winners and losers at the 25th annual golden watchdog and Fleece Awards Thie awards, recognizing.

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"josephson" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

What Book Hooked You?

13:18 min | 2 years ago

"josephson" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?

"This is what but could you i'm brian kelly and thanks for listening is observed and i talked to kaitlin justice flynn who is debut the storm crow come out on july ninth from source books fire in this episode caitlin gets into scooby doo fan fiction her love of fantasy who can what went behind her debut so listening so so karen what book to 'em so i have always love stories like as far back as i can remember my mom was always reach me and my brother you know starting like harry potter and everything but the book that like really got me and made me wanna be a writer and just fall in love with breathing was daughter of smoking bones leany taylor an it's just it's like gorgeous incredibly developed world in the world in tennessee books are always looked at me and she just doesn't incredible job building pretty much the entire universe sexually assault her books are connected but that was the one that really got me made me think like i want to do this and so when was that when did you first come upon when did you first reid this book i read that book my freshman year of college and at that point in time i you know college even even high school sometimes times breeding a for fun can be hard to find time to do a so that's because you kind of mentioned you're love a book is that something you always still a made time for even throughout high school throughout college yeah definitely i honestly every night i reid at least a half an hour before i go to bed on this kind of become a ritual end at not only helps me sleep but like it's something i really enjoy so i'm always make sure to make time for that and so were you kind of mentioned a little bit with harry potter obviously fantasy and you mentioned you know obviously that are smoking bone so fantasy has always sort of a been you're attracted to what kind of made daughter and smoke a bone sort of rise above maybe some other books other series a but you were into 'em i think the combination of her writing style which i personally find i really pretty like i will read a book even if the words pretty bomb i really enjoy like writers who can create a craft a great sentenced on and she could do that really really well and then also i would say just uniqueness of her world and her magic system 'em it's basically based on like wishes that come from using human teeth which is really really unique and also kind of dark 'em and i just always on that really really interesting and so that kind of like just like men into those things and then well since you were such this avid reader at what point did you kind of get this idea that you want it to sort of create these worlds and create these stories on her own 'em according to my mother i used to write scooby doo fan fiction when i was seven so we've got a little while i i've been writing an and i would always do just kind of like my own thing 'em writing short stories and stuff but it wasn't until college that i really considered making writing career i was originally aid i'm getting my degree in biology which i continued west but i double majored in english to just because i loved it so much that i wanna have dedicated time but i 'em but it wasn't my aside until i read daughter smoking bones like i want to write a book like i want to do what she has done she really inspired and he tried a couple of shots out so you were double major and it seems like english biology they you know many people consider them you know on opposite ends of the spectrum so what was it like having to be a double major being kind of in these two different course pathways a feud where they always sort of something you were able to marriage or was biology more work in english major was more of like you're passionate i love how did kind of develop and bounce out here yeah i would definitely say that a biology was be the harder of the to me it was definitely where all my studying time when vs my english major was was really just like from my own enjoyment basically you know getting together class and talk about writing and talking about breathing and go home and my homework is bringing something i'm already enjoying was kind of just like a way to make sure that i still have time for that while dealing west biology which kinda take over my life 'em but it actually kind of my college degree i would say helped my writing because it gave me be ability to write very technically instinctively 'em which up until that point my creative writing kind of had like it just went everywhere 'em i think you know practicing that technical writing in biology really helped me she liked me a kid ideas efficiently and clearly end i see that in my creative writing and so when you're in english major a you're eating every night and you kind of have this idea of of creating your own story so but when did you start taking it serious in that you wanna sort of pursued idea of not only creating these stories but creating a story that you wouldn't have published 'em so after i had written at least one book before i read daughter smoking but on but it was really just like a i had a bunch of characters that i liked and i wanted to write about them the book itself will never see the light of day because it is completely horrible 'em but after that after i read daughter smoking bono's like okay i wanna try creating my own projects and my own unique world an i wrote a couple of books that she met with varying degrees of success and attempting to get an agent 'em i think it was probably the third book that i wrote that really made me think that i could genuinely do this because i got a lot of requests to the book like a lot of interest then it ultimately didn't pan out front agent but it was kind of just an indication of this what's possible 'em so that's when i really started digging in to what it takes to get published an breeding craft books and stuff like that and getting critique partners which is all stuff i should have done at the very first one but i had no idea what i was doing an and that's it eventually led to my fourth book 'em which is the one that's getting published this long ago so you just mentioned the strong grow so let's talk about it comes out on july ninth from source books fire so a what is this book about give us the synopsis of the story would on it's about a princess to ignite so rebellion could bring back in magical elemental crows that were taken from her people so it's kind of like aragon but with credit and son and what was being destroyed defer the story 'em i got the idea from eighty article that i read about a little girl who said her neighborhood crows an when you offend the crows they will often bring you get and so that's what happened this little girl an her neighbors started calling her the crow quainton which won the title it just really stuck with me is actually the original title of the book 'em and it just went to this idea of the kingdom whose entire way of life with based on these magical crows anna question what would happen if they were destroyed in so when it comes to this world building not only were building but you also have the magic system but how do you have sort of hey method on how you want to go into a store you really kind of pants your way through it you kind of want to start writing exploring the character's end by writing you kind of learn more about the world in more and learn more about the magic system i definitely plan a lot of stuff out beforehand 'em which you know maybe the influence of my biodegrade i wanna know hydrating everything worked before i start writing about it especially my magic systems in my world 'em the characters in the story i do like basic outlines of but i definitely discover a lot of that as i'm writing and then i'll go back out and plan or and then right morning it's kind of like a back and forth between discovering the story is i write it end planning things out when it comes to a year love of other fantasy novels were there other books other than daughter swimming bone other writers that you really kind of a feel like you drew from are really inspired you as a writer in a fantasy world and magic creator a when it comes to how you've gone about plugging in in developing your work definitely i would say that brandon sanderson huge influence on me he does a lot of really science see an inch planned out magic system and his stories austin begin with one basic magic system that character who's been learn more about the grows into something more complex which is something i've always loved end ten deterrent to in my own writing and at the same time on the flip side i would say that neil gaiman has been influence and that his magic is austin unexplained and it's just fantastical and creative imaginative and so i've i've tempered my own need to understand stand how absolutely everything works but this aspect of just it's magic magic magic and he makes sense but it can it doesn't need to have like a biological explanation on the page shore and when writing fantasy because you're deal you have to create this world and you have to create this magic i do you also have to be careful to pay attention to developing the characters in well and really kind of filling them out and giving them depth upton personality when there's all these other bells and whistles will say going on in the story in the background or foreground produced the study that you're putting these characters in oh definitely i think that sometimes even when i'm planning a book book and get carried away with the magic system and focusing on the world and the magic but those things need to come in relation to the characters you know what what makes a fantasy interesting isn't just the magic system it's how it impacts the character's wives and the decisions they make because that exit a and so i think that story starts character and the rest of these things like the world and the magic are kind of built out from they're gonna cut you kind of see that in the storm crowd you know it's about these magical and until crows but really at the core it's about a girl who trained her entire life to become a co writer and then have that taken away from her and so it's more about her interaction with the magic and it is about the magic and you mentioned the the storm quote a is you're fourth story first one being published so with those other three in the kind of the journey of writing those a word of their points along the way that you were discouraged and you at least considered have cut this biology side of things maybe i should just really kind of focused on that and maybe you know i'll i'll reid but maybe writings just not what i meant to do the that doubt ever kind of strike you any point in time oh yes and no i so i actually ended up using my biology degree at all i am eight technical writer from my day job so i worked first offer company i do actual writing but it's very very tech based not creative all 'em so i've had that job pretty much just out of college so my creative writing we've always just something i did in the in my free time so on one hand it was i'm gonna do this regardless of how it pans out because i enjoy it but on the other hand it it was definitely a process with each book as i got more and more invested in the idea of getting a book published to kinda just move on every time it didn't work out but my writing is definitely the stronger i learned a lot in each book that i wrote an because you're a technical writer as your day job does that sort of different method of different style of writing a has that really helped when it come to you're creative writing weather in just habit or discipline or just skills.

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"josephson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"josephson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Josephson. The father of murder victim. Samantha Josephson who got into a vehicle. She thought was her Uber says Sammy's law is a positive step forward L summers here. Dear chief meteorologist Dan. Zeros complete forecast will be right ahead having up and New Jersey fast traffic in one minute. New Jersey, one point five news. Traffic and weather. First responders count, on us off to the minute information from our award winning news. I'm Mary Scott topping our report this hour out on us to get you around with bass traffic. Bob Williams, New Jersey traffic, north jersey traffic south John to keep you and your family safe with instant weather meteorologist Dan's era. New Jersey, one point five, your first responders for news, traffic and weather place. Your legal sports bets at place or house dot com. Your home for baseball bedding place, your house dot com. Offers live in game betting on every major league game in the US and more exotic pets, like which team will score first which team will be a head after three innings will the next batter get a hit. And here's the best part, you'll earn rewards for every bet you place with our innovative loyalty program, sign up now and we'll match your first deposit up to two hundred fifty dollars using one of our twelve deposit methods. More bets better. Odds more action place your bets at place in your house dot com. Must be twenty one over to play on gambling. Hi, I'm Jay Farner CEO of Quicken Loans. Thirty percent of Americans who are planning home, improvements of five thousand dollars or more. We'll pay for those renovations, with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea. A better idea may be to take cash out of your home with a Quicken Loans. Thirty year fixed rate mortgage, the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point one to five percents. APR four point two two percent. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to. Rocket mortgage dot com. Subject to change at eight hundred feet. Receivers discount rate. Call for cost information and conditions. Housing prices and all the states. MLS number thirty thirty drive is driven by Edison. These side, route forty six side, route thirty three side and now route seventeen and as Brooke heights, where they may vying fun easy. New Jersey.

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Uber unveils safety measures after college student's murder

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Uber unveils safety measures after college student's murder

"Crime two weeks after the horrifying murder of Samantha Josephson Heuberger has unveiled several safety measures. While the new changes could not help the Robins. Ville native get into a car. She thought was her Uber. Her parents are advocating nationally to try and prevent any families from having to deal with their pain. She simply mistakenly got into this particular car thinking, it was a new Garad and just. Like that the beloved twenty one year old university of South Carolina. Student was found murdered ridesharing services. Have since faced intense pressure to boost safety precautions for the writers with the Josephson family leading the charge. What else can they do to help in enhance the safety over as rolled out new safety measures, including an apse safety notification that includes the driver's license plate car make and model and name and photo ID. They also plan to Email every rider outlining steps to prevent a fatal outcome.

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Uber unveils safety measures after college student's murder

Steve Trevelise

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Uber unveils safety measures after college student's murder

"In the wake of New Jersey native Samantha Josephson's murder. Uber announces new safety measures the changes, which come two weeks after the Robins villes student who attended South Carolina university was murdered near the school was getting into a car. She thought was her own Uber. Instead was the wrong car. The measures include now in Uber app safety notification for riders to confirm the correct person as picking them up it'll include the driver's license plate car making model and the name of that

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"josephson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"josephson" Discussed on KOMO

"The police report, they discovered Josephson's blood and cell phone inside Roland remains in jail charge. Josephson's kidnapping and murder. She was what we have learned is that. Women. Guys had the. Together, friends and family gathering to remember the political science major who was just a few weeks away from graduation. Visit ourselves very fortunate to have known in love sandy history of our lives. Forever. Be better for having known her. This past week the South Carolina house passed the Samantha L Josephson ridesharing safety act Bill to make it easier for writers to identify the car intended for their use. That's ABC's. Linsey Davis coming up next ABC's. Karen Travers from the White House on the latest there right now. Aaa traffic update with Kierra Jordan at nine fourteen we've been working with a crash eastbound I ninety near east Mercer way. Everything's over on the shoulder. Drive is starting to break up a little bit more. But it is still busy as you're coming off the water. And now I'm also seeing that westbound I ninety with some crowding round the Mercer lit as well, though, nothing reported blocked in that area. Earlier crash has left us with off and on slowing southbound four zero five out of Lynnwood through the Bothell area. And we also have scattered slowing Kirkland. Meanwhile, northbound four or five will be busy between the valley freeway and forty fourth northbound I five slow going in Seattle from Albro to Seneca, southbound I five on the breaks out of Northgate much the way to the convention center. Also mentioned scattered slowing northbound I five into coma between fifty six in Tacoma dome. Can we're still seeing. Northbound ninety nine hundred traveling between the west Seattle bridge and the tunnel. This traffic report sponsored by Nair bread wake up with breakfast app. Panera. Try the new maple glazed bacon, scrambled egg and cheese breakfast wrap and a cold brew Inara food is it should be our next traffic at nine twenty four. Looking at partly sunny skies today with a high near sixty.

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"josephson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"josephson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Lisa lacerra, Fox News. Lawmakers in South Carolina working on a measure that would make ride shares safer statehouse by ninety nine to one vote approved the measure that requires all Uber lift and other ridesharing cars to have lighted signs identifying them the Samantha Josephson ridesharing safety act is named for the woman who was killed last month after getting an car that she believed was the Uber. She called for supporters say having lighted signs will help identify cars. But it's only a first step riders must still check car tags than ID drivers before taking the ride. Critics say the lighted signs can easily be copied and acquired online. The Bill must still be approved by state Senator faxes Grenell. Scott timeline for the attorney general on the release of version of the mullahs reward. The Justice department will release the Muller report with reductions within a week attorney general William bar. Says we will provide explanatory notes describing the basis for each redaction productions will be made for national security ongoing prosecutions and personal privacy. But more could be released to judiciary committee leaders oxes Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill. Democrats have doubts bars assessment of the report is fair on day after announcing his intention to run for president California Democrat, congressman Eric swallow. Well in Florida to take part in a town hall meeting. He talked about gun control, pistols, keep your rifles, keep your, shotguns. But we can ban and five back the fifteen million assault weapons and our country. We've been that more than a dozen Democrats have either declared or are considering running for the White House in two thousand twenty.

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"josephson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"josephson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Student. Samantha Josephson, she got into a car. She thought was her Uber alleged killer. Locked the car doors from the inside for more. Here's ABC's Victor oquendo. Smith was by herself. She had absolutely no chance of heart wrenching vigil for college seniors. Samantha josephson. She truly was. My life per less moments. Cut owed surveillance footage getting into what appears to be her Uber, but it's a stranger. Police safe Nathaniel Roland kidnapped and murdered the twenty one year old before discarding her body in a remote wooded area. Forever. Be better having known her. Family and friends remembering the university of South Carolina student furrow, positively and bright future. Samantha was to go to law school. Now, those dreams gone with ridesharing apps more popular than ever with an estimated seventy five million writers on Uber alone questions swirling about how passengers can stay safe. It was a typical Thursday night here in five points at area, really popular with college students near the university of South Carolina campus. Samantha Joseph inter friends. They were out here at this bar called the bird dog after she got separated from the group. She decided to go home police say she ordered an Uber after two a m waiting alone outside on the surveillance footage of black Chevy Impala pulled up and Josephson got in. We believe that she simply mistakenly got into this particular car thinking, it was a new variety. It was none. The next day worried. Friends told the police had not heard from her. The next morning. I became worried about one thirty. They reached out to the police department to report her missing, but it would be too late but found by a couple of people hunting and field won't was describe the sheriff to us as a wooded area in a very rural part of the county. According to the arrests work Josephson suffered multiple wounds to were body, including her head, Nick face, upper body, leg and foot. The coroner releasing her cause of death as due to multiple sharp force injuries. Police track down the vehicle surveillance. Video arrested Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel rolling at a traffic. Stop around three AM inside police say they found liquid bleach cleaning wipes and window cleaner. The Chevy Impala that was driven by the suspect had a large large amount of liquid that we believed to be blood and once they did a presumptive test. In fact, was confirmed to be blood rolling is now charged with kidnapping and. Murder police describing how he was able to carry out his alleged crime further investigation on the suspect vehicle determined the child than a child safety seat was in the back, and then the child safety locks were activated on the door that would not allow someone to the means of escape from the back of the suspect vehicle in court hearing, which the alleged murderer did not attend Josephson's mother with this abortion police. Face is thing girl. Nate. Be given the right to get to my daughter given the opportunity for anyone. On campus some students saying they'll continue to be vigilant. Are you take extra precautions definitely going to be checking who's overdrive checking the license plates? All that stuff. I'm telling my friends. The number and not I'm not going to burn alone. Police have not said if the killing was targeted but are asking the public to report any encounters with fake Roger drivers. We also would ask anybody that has been in five points, you know, in in recent times that has had anybody and try to entice them over to a car like in Rochester capacity or would ask them to give us a call. Uber calling this an unspeakable crime sing their hearts with Samantha Josephson's family and loved ones writing that we've been working with local law enforcement and college campuses across the country to educate the public about how to avoid fake Roger drivers. They also caution users to use the app to double check to import details before starting a trip that driver and the car you guys have to travel together for Josephson's father and the rest of her family the warnings come too late, but they're focused on making sure this doesn't happen to another. Some what I wanna do is educate everybody and not on the smartest person here, but I've gone through this. And I don't want anybody else to ever go through this again. I can't tell you. How painful this is? I'm Victor oquendo in Columbia, South Carolina. Coming up healthcare providers in rural America. Down with the film director who explored this topic and her new documentary on perspective after this. What would it take for you to get a tattoo? You didn't want a million dollars? How about a million sucks? I'm Randy from bama's when me and my business partner, Dave has a going quitter jobs.

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"josephson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"josephson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Passengers. Samantha Josephson was murdered in South Carolina, allegedly by a man who trapped her in his car after she mistakenly entered it her cousin. Seth says the companies that operate ride hailing apps must ensure the safety of passengers education and laws need to be put into place. To protect people and the ride share industry, South Carolina. Lawmakers are considering a new law requiring rideshare drivers have eliminated signs in their windshields. And in New York City there is similar legislation for those illuminated signs. Correspondent Scott Pringle has more talk about getting Uber and lift to better identify their vehicles. This is after Samantha Josephson was killed in South Carolina last week. She got into a car. She thought was her Uber ride. Instead police accuse the driver of killing her now city council speaker, Cory Johnson. He says this legislation makes sense to have these companies show lit up sign on their cars and in New Jersey funerals held for Josephson today. There are new details. Emerging about the final moments of Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed last month. Alex stone has the latest is Boeing faces some new questions the Boeing seven thirty-seven, Maxine went down in Ethiopia, you still a mystery. But the Wall Street Journal is quoting sources who say data from the black boxes indicate supply le'ts did follow procedure that the plane was nosing down. They deactivated the automation system. Boeing his said that should have fixed the issue, but the pilots reportedly still could not recover control of the plane, and for some unknown reason the pilots reportedly reactivated the automation got past security at an airport in Salt Lake City over the weekend and allegedly attack traveler is in custody. The victim says he sat down to wait for his flight, then felt a blow to his head strongly that I went black. I thought something had fallen.

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"josephson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"josephson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Anywhere on iheartradio. A Grammy nominated rapper is shot dead. I'm an charac, Fox News. Madam Ma breath last thirty three year old rapper. Nipsy hustle was shot and killed in Los Angeles outside his own clothing store. The marathon clothing a woman who claims to be a childhood friend says he was very giving a pre show for people. He was given. Hiring people. Hustle was pronounced dead at the hospital. Two other men also were wounded in that shooting hustle tweeting shortly before his death, having strong enemies is a blessing. A candlelight vigil was held Sunday night at the university of South Carolina to remember Samantha Josephson murdered after getting into a car. She thought was her Uber ride early Friday morning one professor praised Josephson for her intelligence and her heart for family and friends the memory of Samantha's brilliance. Her smile are infectious energy have friends tell me that she lit up the room when she walked in have passion for her studies. The love she had for her family and the love she had for her friends. The driver of that mistake in car Nathaniel Roland is under arrest charged with murder Democrats want the full Mullah report on the Russian investigation by Tuesday. And they're willing to use subpoenas. If needed acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, tells ABC's this week why exoneration was. Not addressed in the report that is not what these documents do when you do an investigation like this. There's typically two outcomes. Either criminal indictments come down or just quietly goes away these types of investigations are not designed to exonerate people. The report also draws no conclusion about President Trump committed a crime, the president has claimed full exoneration. This is Fox News..

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Missing College Student Found Dead After Getting In Wrong Car

Crime Time with Vito Colucci, P.I.

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Missing College Student Found Dead After Getting In Wrong Car

"The death of a college student has done to Columbia, South Carolina state. Investigators found twenty one year old Samantha Josephson's blood in the car. She was seen getting into in a bar early on Friday morning police chief William Holbrook elections with blood or pain by frenzy crime-scene agents, and we're submitted to sled the lab for analysis. The analysis concluded the blood in the suspect vehicle was added Vic

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"josephson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"josephson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Mother of the university of South Carolina student killed on Friday at the accused killers bond hearing MARCY Josephson had hoped to speak directly to the suspect. University of South Carolina. Seniors mantha Josephson's, you suspected killer. Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel David Rowland waiving his right to appear at a bond hearing investigators say the man was captured on surveillance picky Josephson up outside a bar in Colombia's popular, five points area. Twenty four hours after Josephson vanished. Police say they spotted rollers Chevy Impala back in five points. He was taken into custody at first short foot chase inside the car. Investigators say they found blood and Josephson's cellphone ABC's. Kenneth moten. President Trump is not backing down from his threat to close the US southern border unless Mexico stops illegal crossings that the president is also being warned that doing that could hurt the economy, according to US customs and border protection Seventy-six thousand migrants were stopped at the border in February. Mark is on track to surpass those figures with an estimated ninety five thousand migrants, the president citing the growing number of illegal border crossings as the reason to shut down the border with Mexico will keep close for a long time. I'm not playing games a closing down ports could hurt the US economy. An average of one point seven billion dollars in goods cross the border every day. ABC news White House. Correspondent Tara Palmeri? A military aerial training session ends in tragedy. Marine pilots were killed as a result of a helicopter crashed near Yuma. Arizona on Saturday night. The Marine Corps said that the pilots were conducting a routine training mission as part of the weapons and tactics. Instructor course, the cause of the crash is under investigation, Elizabeth McLaughlin. ABC news, Washington. Michigan state Auburn Virginia Texas Tech meeting in the NCAA final four. You're listening to ABC news. Ever wonder why.

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Purdue Pharma agrees to $270 million settlement in Oklahoma opioid case

City Arts and Lectures

03:40 min | 2 years ago

Purdue Pharma agrees to $270 million settlement in Oklahoma opioid case

"One of the big drug companies at the center of the national opioid crisis. Reached a major settlement today with the state of Oklahoma under the deal announced this afternoon Purdue pharma, and it's owners the Sackler family will pay out two hundred seventy million dollars over several years. The bulk of the money will help create a new center for addiction treatment and research in Tulsa north country. Public radio's Brian man covers opioid litigation for NPR, and he joins me now. Hey, Brian hails. So at this point Purdue pharma faces something like more than a thousand lawsuits across the country. What makes today's settlement? And Oklahoma's so significant right? So Purdue pharma makes us really controversial painkiller Oxycontin. They're drowning in lawsuits. This isn't the first settlement. That company is reached during this big opioid crisis. That it comes in a crucial year at a time. When people are watching to see if this company will start. Cutting deals with states and local governments to limit its legal exposure. So this is a big settlement will be looked at as a potential template for future deals all over the country. So what does this was this deal? Look like, what did Purdue agree to do? The big piece here is Purdue and its owners the Sackler family will endow this new center at Oklahoma state university and the idea is to study opioid addiction and find new ways to treat people. Here's my counter, he's a glaucoma attorney general quite simply we are out of time to deal with this crisis. The money from the settlement will provide significant and substantial funding to the center for wellness and recovery here. Allowing us to focus our attention on what should be our highest priority. Americans struggling with addiction. But the Sackler family and Purdue have endowed other medical facilities and pain treatment centers around the country. Right. So are they doing the same thing? They're already doing as part of this legal settlement. Yeah. It will be interesting to see how people react to this part of the deal. There are some differences. Of course, the Sackler won't have their name above the door at this research facility, like they do at other places where they've donated a lot of cash pretty also has agreed to pay more than twelve million dollars directly to local governments that are struggling to respond to the opioid crisis. And one other thing, that's key. Here's the company has agreed to to really strict new limitations on how they market and sell drugs like their Oxycontin brand in Oklahoma. I understand that produce CO Craig Landau has been talking recently about the possibility of bankruptcy was that even a consideration. In today's settlement. I think it was a big deal. Mike hunter, Mahomes attorney general said point blank that talks with Purdue were very much spurred by these growing questions about the company's future. So. So Oklahoma effectively negotiated here to get to the front of the line to ensure that they'll see some compensation so what's producing about today's settlement. The produce spokesman Bob Josephson Centene PR statements saying this resolves all of Oklahoma's claims against the company. He also included a separate statement from the Sackler family that includes this, quote, we have profound compassion for those who are affected by addiction. But this comes at a time when we've learned a lot of troubling details from internal memos and emails about how hard Sackler family members who were on produce board at the time pushed employees, urging the to sell more of these dangerous opioids to more people at higher doses. This was at a time when tens of thousands of people were dying each year from overdoses on painkillers like Oxycontin now. Just really quickly. There are still some other defendants remaining in this Oklahoma case right trials still set for may. That's right at my counter says he's negotiating with those companies. But if settlements aren't reached he says, he will go to

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"josephson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"josephson" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"I don't know. I that story that story freak me out the kid the kid goes. Yeah. I know we believe some strange stuff. And I understand if you have trouble coming to terms with it. But because of that crazy story, I have a great family. Great life. I'm happy you need to grow up. Dude, suck my balls. Karmanos that kid is cool. Well, that's the book of Mormon. That's the message of the more those right? And that's what makes the book of Mormon. I think work. I'm watching that musical. I've seen it twice. How is this a hit? I love that. But I'm like, I'm like this is a head for me. I think this is great. Then at the end, you're like, oh, because you know, it's I think it's Carl young talks about we only get transformed by symbols. That's that's where real transformation happens. It's kind of what we're talking about sort of acting as symbol as I'm gonna say loving again as a loving space. Like, let me be Dr love guy. Who cares? I'm being present. That has a real shot at transforming as opposed to ideas or numbers or doesn't work. Yes. So that story the Josephson story or any of the myths. That's why I think it was Deepak Chopra was like you could pick Batman guy. It doesn't matter. What Spock in crazy is what we're stuck. Doc in changes through stuff like that. That's why we're lining up to see fucking autumn. It's not because of the is because something is happening inside of us, and we can be stirred one way or the other by nonsense. And that's why you know, myths aren't necessarily true, but there's so much true or than true because they're actually kind of getting under your ribcage and sneaking up into your heart. We're out of here. Mic drop. But you understand that that you've you've gone to that place that I've been talking about which is the body's at your heart, which is your bodily based experience of all this stuff. We're kind of talking about why a will not become human, right? The automatic system is so Prodian so biological and such a such a dynasty and soup that you know, what I mean that you can't recreate that in a digital way, it's biological. It's soup. That's engines. And and it's how I'm able to sit in millisecond by millisecond respond to you in ways that air ineffable back to that again. Right. I think that's why did you see the movie her? They kind of explore the idea that if a I became conscious. It would start doing limitless things we're bound by our bodies..

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