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Ex-Penn St. president's Sandusky-related conviction restored

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00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Ex-Penn St. president's Sandusky-related conviction restored

"Court Recon states. The conviction of Penn State's former president, Sandy was convicted of child endangerment for his role in the decision not to report the sexual abuse committed by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. His conviction had been vacated on a due process error that the appellate court said did not exist span. You're made the fateful decision to handle the Sandusky complaint internally rather than informed the police. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, who pushed to have the conviction reinstated, said Spaniard turned a blind eye to child abuse. Sandusky is serving what amounts to a life sentence. Aaron Qatar

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Biden Wins Arizona, Padding His Electoral College Margin Over Trump

KIRO Nights

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden Wins Arizona, Padding His Electoral College Margin Over Trump

"Joe Biden has officially won the battleground state of Arizona. He was projected to win by Edison Research. After more than a week of vote counting. Meanwhile, Mr Biden was set to meet with transition advisers again today has he maps out his approach to the pandemic and prepares to name his top appointees, including Cabinet members. Also the lead US Cyber Security Agency says there's no evidence that balance were deleted or lost by voting systems, calling it the most secure election in U. S history. Pennsylvania attorney General Josh Shapiro. We've seen no evidence of any type of widespread election fraud, certainly no evidence of the kinds of things that the president continually tweets about.

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Pennsylvania secretary of state says "majority" of ballots counted

Mark Blazor

00:33 sec | Last month

Pennsylvania secretary of state says "majority" of ballots counted

"Attorney general, is defending the state's tabulation process tonight as the Trump campaign has sued and argued that they have not received meaningful access to counting locations. Pennsylvania's attorney general Josh Shapiro, tells ABC News. This has been a transparent process has been an open process. That's fine. What is going to continue is the counting of these ballots. He says The state will continue to count legal ballots in a legal manner and echoed the secretary of state who says a majority of ballots will be counted by the end of the day. Mark Millar ABC NEWS PHILADELPHIA,

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Pennsylvania attorney general on where the election stands now

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:15 sec | Last month

Pennsylvania attorney general on where the election stands now

"Voters are still waiting for the results of the presidential election. Pennsylvania still counting Attorney General Josh Shapiro. That's the people of Pennsylvania and the American People want answers from Pennsylvania. I can assure them maybe going a little slow, but it's going very, very smooth. The way it is

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Election Live Updates: Race narrows to key states as outcome remains unclear

Jim Bohannon

00:53 sec | Last month

Election Live Updates: Race narrows to key states as outcome remains unclear

"Donald Trump has 58% of the vote to Joe Biden's 40% in Pennsylvania. Right now in the state attorney general Race Heather Hyderabad has pulled ahead of Josh Shapiro. She has 55% Timothy before now leads in the state auditor general race with 58% in the treasurer's race. Stacy Garrity has 57% Congressional races in the 14th Die Russian dollar has 66% 15th Congressional district Glen Thompson leads with 77% in the 16th Mike Kelly has 71% in the 17th district. Connor Lamb is ahead with 52% Mike Doyle leads in the 18th with 85% in the Statehouse in the 21st district. Sarah in Morocco has 83% of the vote. Other leaders are bred in Marko's sick, Emily scope ofthe Listen God, you're showman and Frank Dermody for complete election coverage and updates log onto Katie kay radio dot

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Trump Campaign Tapes Voters at Drop Boxes in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:28 min | Last month

Trump Campaign Tapes Voters at Drop Boxes in Philadelphia

"Campaign campaign has has taken taken video video of of voters voters at at drop drop boxes boxes in in Philadelphia. Philadelphia. They They say say this this is is an an effort effort to to find find wrongdoing. wrongdoing. But But the the attorney attorney general general says says this this may may rise rise to to the the level level of of voter voter intimidation intimidation here. Whatever used Tim Jimenez is that City Hall this morning. He joins us live with more on this morning to him. Good morning. Carol and the drop box here outside City Hall, in particular, is the subject of the Trump campaign complaint. In a letter to the city commissioners, campaign, attorney Linda Kern says on the 14th campaign representative filmed three voters. Putting two or three ballots in the drop box here, she writes. They believe this this just just the the tip tip of of the the iceberg. iceberg. When When it it comes comes to to people people doing doing this, this, bringing bringing more more than than one one ballot, ballot, they're they're demanding demanding unmanned unmanned drop drop boxes boxes and and Philly Philly be be taken taken away away or or more more restrictions restrictions and and surveillance surveillance be put in place. A city attorney wrote back, rejecting the claim that any law was broken in Pennsylvania. You do have to bring your own ballot. But there are exceptions, like if the other ballots are for those who are disabled or needs some kind of assistance. At least in the three examples from the Trump campaign. There is no proof that the voters did or did not have any valid reason to do so. Attorney General Josh Shapiro he's warning that campaign filming Maybe voter intimidation. The Trump campaign argues news crews. They filmed drop boxes of people there, so this is no different. Officials here in this state and the FBI director Carole They have said that there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud. All

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Supreme Court allows Pennsylvania mail-in ballots to be counted after Election Day

All In with Chris Hayes

05:10 min | Last month

Supreme Court allows Pennsylvania mail-in ballots to be counted after Election Day

"Last night the show we told you about how Democrats were celebrating the Supreme Court decision not to block a ruling by the Pennsylvania State Supreme. Court. Decision that would allow absentee ballots to be counted in that state even if they arrive up to three days after election. Tonight some experts are warning that if you look closely, there's a reason to worry about what four of the conservative justices on the spring quarter up to. So there were four who did want to take up the case they wanted to take up the challenge. They did not explain why they did. There was opinion issued but boxes millhauser points out quote in their briefs. The GOP hones in on the word legislator arguing that only Pennsylvania state legislature may set the state's rules for choosing presidential electors not the state Supreme Court. Okay so they're saying look don't listen to our state Supreme Court Supreme Court of the United States you guys can overrule them, and if the descending justices were considering accepting that argument, then they're basically toying with the idea that federal courts can just step in and tell states how to interpret their own laws, their own state constitutions plus it's not clear. We've heard the end of this particular case millhauser points out quote. The GOP may be able to raise this issue again after Amy Coney Berties confirmed potentially securing court order requiring states like Pennsylvania to toss out an unknown number of ballots that arrive after election day the election is closed that could be enough to change the result. Those four conservative justices basically laid out an invitation to come back and challenge those ballots when the court is even more favorable to Republicans than it is now when they have a five four majority. One of the people who who filed the supreme. Court on behalf of Pennsylvania is State's Attorney General Josh. Shapiro and he joins me now. All right. This is. The actual federal civil procedure questions here are actually so complicated and I don't think I. Did a great job explaining just now to be honest as I read it. So let's let's just sort of set it up. You have a state constitution in Pennsylvania guarantees people right to vote. Correct. Correct. And There was a lawsuit that said look. The current rules for counting absentee ballots, which which would not count ones that were mailed in good faith and sent before the election day and happened to come in a few days after that's denying people their right to vote and the supreme. Court said of your state said, that's correct under Pennsylvania State Constitution, we have to count those votes is that correct? Yeah that's exactly right. I mean look. Boil this down. This is a matter of state law. There was interpreted by the highest court in our state, our state Supreme Court, and our State Supreme Court said very clearly that you know basically when in doubt err on the side of inclusion or in franchise -ment. Unfortunately, what you have are repeated attacks against our election laws here in Pennsylvania by Donald, trump in his enablers trying to make it harder for people to vote trying to make it easier for ballads to be discarded, and so I've been in court time and time again, defending the right for legal eligible votes to be counted and to make sure the Pennsylvanians can be heard I think Donald Trump is afraid of candidly is having all legal eligible votes in Pennsylvania County because. I think he'll come out on the short end of that stick at the ballot box just as he has in the courthouses where we've beat him, he's over threes got a big fat over on his record and I. Think if he continues down this track here, you know really late in the fourth quarter to try and make it harder for people to vote he'll continue to lose in court. So you this appeal, right? So the State Supreme Court says look yes but. The State Constitution Pennsylvania. Says we we want people to vote for right to vote. We're going to try to interpret this in a way that maximizes legitimate votes you beginning counted not thrown on technicalities. The Republican Party of your state doesn't like this opinion that and appeal it and they asked the Supreme Court to step in and blocked that ruling. And it looks like four conservative justices were interested in hearing that argument. Does that were you all? Well. It does in the sense that it kind of flies in the face of of something going to nerd out on you here for a second flies in the face of something known as the pursell doctrine which ineffective says that federal courts should exercise extreme caution. Before interfering with state election law and that extreme caution gets even more extreme. The closer you get to an election we're not only fourteen days away from election day. We're already voting here in Pennsylvania more than a million Pennsylvanians have already voted. So the idea that the Supreme Court of the United States would step on step in on what is clearly. A state constitutional law question interpreting state law is a bit troublesome. Nevertheless, they didn't muster the votes necessary to stop or block Pennsylvania election law,

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The Supreme Court Allows More Time For Pennsylvania's Mail In Voting

TIME's Top Stories

04:23 min | Last month

The Supreme Court Allows More Time For Pennsylvania's Mail In Voting

"The Supreme Court allows extra time for Pennsylvania's mail in ballots by Marc Sherman and Mark Levy. Washington. The Supreme Court will allow Pennsylvania to count mailed in ballots received up to three days after the November third election rejecting a Republican plea in the presidential battleground state. The justices divided four four on Monday an outcome that upholds a state Supreme Court ruling that required county election officials to receive and count mailed in ballots that arrive up until November sixth. Even if they don't have a clear postmark as long as there is not proof it was mailed after the polls closed Republicans including President Donald Trump's campaign have opposed such an extension arguing that it violates federal law that sets Election Day as the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November and that such a decision constitutionally belongs to lawmakers not the courts. The State Republican Party Chairman Lawrence Tavis said the party disagrees with the decision and noting the four four decision. It only underscores the importance of having a full supreme court as soon as possible to be clear. The Supreme Court decided not to grant stay which does not mean the actions of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court would withstand a legal challenge to their judicial overreach. Should the court hear the case tape said? Nancy Patty. Mills Chairwoman of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party accused Republicans of trying to sow confusion and disenfranchise eligible voters. This is a significant victory for Pennsylvania voters. Mills said in a statement, the Democratic majority on the state's High Court had cited warnings that postal service delays could invalidate numbers of ballots and surging demand for mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic to invoke the power used previously by the state's courts to extend election deadlines during a disaster. Chief Justice John Roberts joined with the three liberal justices to reject Pennsylvania Republicans call for the court to block the State Court ruling. Justices Samuel Alito Neal Gorsuch Brett. Cavanaugh and Clarence Thomas would have required the state to stop accepting absentee ballots when the polls close on November third. There were no opinions accompanying the order. So it is impossible to say what motivated either group of justices the conservative justices have been reluctant to allow court quarter changes to voting rules close to an election. The court also is weighing a similar issue from Wisconsin but in that case, the ruling being challenged comes from a federal appeals court and the Democrats who are asking the justices to step in. Most states make election day the deadline, but eighteen states half of which backed trump the twenty sixteen election have a post election day deadline with nearly a million votes already cast in Pennsylvania, we support the court's decision not to meddle in our already working system Pennsylvania's Attorney General Democrat Josh Shapiro said in a statement. On, a separate track Republicans in the State House have pressed Governor Tom Wolfe a Democrat to agree to eleventh-hour legislation to eliminate or limit the three days under the court's order. The case is one of many partisan battles being fought in the state legislature and the courts primarily over a male in voting. In Pennsylvania amid concerns that a presidential election result will hang in limbo for days on a drawn out vote count in the battleground state. And Pennsylvania the State Democratic Party and a liberal group the Pennsylvania Alliance for retired Americans had salt an extension of the election day deadline to count mailed ballots. About two point eight, million mail in ballots requested and approximately nine hundred thousand returned democratic registered voters are requesting mail ballots at a nearly three to one ratio over Republicans, and it's September seventeenth ruling the divided state Supreme Court said ballots must be postmarked by the time polls close and be received by county election boards at five pm on November six, three days after the November third election it also said that ballots lacking clear postmark could be counted unless there was evidence that they were mailed after the polls closed.

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Philadelphia - Federal judge throws out Trump challenge to Pennsylvania voting

KYW 24 Hour News

01:16 min | Last month

Philadelphia - Federal judge throws out Trump challenge to Pennsylvania voting

"Once again in the news as the presidential showdown in just about 24 days from now another legal challenge in Pennsylvania from the Trump campaign about election procedures. Has been thrown out by a federal judge Cable W's Antoinette Lee reports that the state's attorney general is praising Saturday's ruling. The lawsuit against Pennsylvania argued for signature analyses for mail in ballots They also wanted pull watch is to be allowed to watch over polling places outside of the counties. They live in the use of drop boxes. That was also in question with President Trump's campaign, Citing voter fraud concerns, Judge Nicholas Run, Jin ruled that the campaign did not prove road or fraud and rejected arguments on all three Issues. The most significant part of the opinion is the words dismiss all claims in this case period. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro referred to the claims as reckless behavior by the president meant to cause confusion and make voters feel powerless. So I urge all voters to ignore the noise and make your planned of all of the different ways you can vote are safe and secure. There's no wrong door here. Which ever way you choose to vote, your vote will be counted. Trump's campaign said it would appeal at least one element of Saturday's ruling and swing It Li K E

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Federal judge throws out Trump challenge to Pennsylvania voting

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | Last month

Federal judge throws out Trump challenge to Pennsylvania voting

"Another legal challenge in Pennsylvania from the Trump campaign about election procedures. Has been thrown out by a federal judge Cable because Antoinette Lee reports that the state's attorney general is praising Saturday's ruling. Their lawsuit against Pennsylvania argued for signature analyses for mail in ballots They also wanted pull watch is to be allowed to watch over polling places outside of the counties. They live in the use of drop boxes. That was also in question with President Trump's campaign. Citing voter fraud concerns, Judge Nicholas Brunton ruled that the campaign did not prove road or fraud and rejected arguments on all three Issues. The most significant part of the opinion is the words dismiss all claims in this case period. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro referred to the claims as reckless behavior by the president meant to cause confusion and make voters feel powerless. So I urge all voters to ignore the noise and make your plan of all of the different ways you can vote are safe and secure. There's no wrong door here. Which ever way you choose to vote, your vote will be counted. Trump's campaign said it would appeal at least one element of Saturday's

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Federal judge throws out Trump challenge to Pennsylvania voting

KYW 24 Hour News

01:01 min | Last month

Federal judge throws out Trump challenge to Pennsylvania voting

"From the Trump campaign has been rejected. By a federal judge. This one was in western Pennsylvania and we get more from Cabo W's David Matt Judge Nicholas Ranjan has rejected the campaign's arguments along with those from the state's Republican Party. That ballot drop boxes scattered across the commonwealth were in and of themselves unconstitutional. Ranjan also refused to dismiss policies in the state that allow signatures on mail in ballots that don't exactly match those on file with the county Election Bureau. Another requires a poll worker to reside in the county, where they'll staff a poll on election Day. The GOP fears voter fraud, something Ranjan said it all 138 page opinion was possible but not likely ruling could be appealed to the full third circuit. Party already has an appeal filed on Pennsylvania's voting provisions pending before the U. S. Supreme Court. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro turned to Twitter to react or engines decision. Calling it a win for voters and our democracy.

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Pa. AG: Grand Jury Probe Finds Regulatory Failures By DEP, Health Dept. In Natural Gas Drilling

Robert Pratt

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Pa. AG: Grand Jury Probe Finds Regulatory Failures By DEP, Health Dept. In Natural Gas Drilling

"State Attorney General Josh Shapiro says that regulation of the state's fracking industry has been a failure he released it to your grand jury report on how residents have suffered why people get stores from our infirmities were fracking is going all right children routinely wake up with blood pouring out of their nose for when livestock dies why are they dying the report's most critical of the state department of environmental protection which appear says has a cozy relationship with the industry it makes eight recommendations including requiring the industry to disclose the chemicals it uses and ending the revolving door between the industry and public employees both Este de P. and natural gas industry take exception to this report the DP says the wolf administration inherited a flawed ideological approach to regulation and has worked to correct it Marcellus shale coalition statement says the industry's clear and collaborative approach to regulation encourages safety and unfortunately is not reflected in this report which we are reviewing

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PHILADELPHIA - ATTORNEY GENERAL SHAPIRO LAUNCHES ‘PA CARE PACKAGE’ FOR PENNSYLVANIANS DURING COVID PANDEMIC

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 8 months ago

PHILADELPHIA - ATTORNEY GENERAL SHAPIRO LAUNCHES ‘PA CARE PACKAGE’ FOR PENNSYLVANIANS DURING COVID PANDEMIC

"To make sure your protected financially during the corona virus pandemic the Pennsylvania attorney general's office is joining forces with banks throughout the state details from K. Y. W. Santu creamer the initiative is called the P. a care package Attorney General Josh Shapiro says it serves multiple purposes the people at ninety day grace period for mortgages in a ninety day grace period for consumer loans I got a lot a ninety day window for relief from fees and charges like late fees overdraft foreclosures and evictions are also prohibited for at least sixty days under the PA care act Shapiro says he's been reaching out to mortgage lenders and landlords to remind them the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has already ordered evictions be halted also encourage them to extend the warranty which election proceedings were suspended the arm of the Supreme Court said to give Pennsylvanians the opportunity to get back up on their feet Shapiro wants anybody who feels they've been wrongfully evicted or have their property for closed on to reach out to his office Andrew Kramer KYW newsradio

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Jerry Sandusky, Pennsylvania And Attorney discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Jerry Sandusky, Pennsylvania And Attorney discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

"The Pennsylvania attorney general's office says it's going to appeal a judge's decision that. Overturned the conviction of former Penn State, president Graham, Spaniard ABC's. Aaron Katersky has more grim. Spagna was convicted in two thousand seventeen of child welfare endangerment over his response to the sexual abuse of children by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky three days before he was supposed to begin serving a two month sentence. A federal judge threw out the conviction. Spend your argued successfully he was improperly charged under a two thousand seven law for actions. He undertook in two thousand one when he heard complaints of Sandusky showering with a boy on campus, Pennsylvania, attorney general Josh Shapiro said spend your chose not to help the children. But instead cover up the abuse and said he

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Graham Spaniard, Attorney And Jerry Sandusky discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Graham Spaniard, Attorney And Jerry Sandusky discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"Pennsylvania's attorney general says he will appeal a decision by federal. Judge overturning conviction of former Penn State, president Graham Spaniard in the Jerry Sandusky scandal. Spaniard was convicted two years ago of endangering the welfare of children. He was sentenced to at least two months in prison, plus two months of house arrest, but a day before Spaniard was to report to prison. A federal judge tossed his conviction. Ruling it was based on changes to the law that took effect in two thousand seven six years after the conduct in question in a statement attorney general Josh Shapiro said no one is above the law. He said he will quickly appeal the ruling to in his words, spend your accountable for his conduct covering up child sexual

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"Sinister" pediatrician gets 79 years in prison for molesting children

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

"Sinister" pediatrician gets 79 years in prison for molesting children

"A former Johnstown pediatrician will spend seventy nine to one hundred fifty eight years in prison after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting thirty one children most of them his patients seventy one year old Johnny Bartow, pleaded guilty in December two dozens of counts in connection with the assault. Mostly committed at laurel pediatric associates state, attorney general Josh Shapiro. Joined some survivors of Bartos assaults outside the Cambria count. Courthouse following the sentencing. I think there is a reckoning going on in this country. And powerful people like these survivors are standing up and speaking up victims ages ranged from twelve years to two

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"Sinister" pediatrician gets 79 years in prison for molesting children

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

"Sinister" pediatrician gets 79 years in prison for molesting children

"A former Pennsylvania pediatrician is sentenced to at least seventy nine years in prison after being convicted of sexually assaulting thirty one children, most of them his patients attorney general Josh Shapiro. I think there is a reckoning going on in this country. And powerful people like these survivors are standing up and speaking up the prosecutors say seventy one year old Dr Johnny Bartos spent decades abusing children in the exam room of his pediatric practice and at local hospitals in

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Pediatrician gets at least 79 years for assaulting patients

The Takeaway

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Pediatrician gets at least 79 years for assaulting patients

"Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro says Dr Johnny Bartos spent decades abusing children in his medical practice and at local hospitals. Doctor Bartolo used his position of authority as a pediatrician the family doctor relied on to treat and heal. Their children to feed his own sick desires in two thousand Bartolo appeared before the Pennsylvania board of medicine on allegations that he molested two young girls in the nineteen nineties, but regulators throughout the case and allowed him to keep practicing. The attorney general's case began in December of two thousand. Thousand seventeen after the family of the twelve year old girl reported that Bartolo had sexually assaulted her in his

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"This isn't so much about left, right? This is about who's going to demonstrate a billion, listen show, compassion. In their heart and be able to lead our party forward. And I intend to play a role in in making sure that that person is successful in Pennsylvania, I presume that you can't share with me in this setting who that person is in your mind right now. But I what about Pennsylvania itself as you point out. That was a huge piece of the puzzle for Donald Trump in two thousand and sixteen Democrats did well in two thousand eighteen in Pennsylvania. Although there were congressional seats that were thought to be in jeopardy for Republicans that weren't one. What is your level of confidence that a democrat will win Pennsylvania two thousand twenty right now, my confidence level is high. But as Joe Biden famously said compare me to the alternative not the almighty right now Donald Trump's being compared to the almighty if you will and in that. Parison? He has lost the Philadelphia suburbs. Which is a really important swing part of our Commonwealth. It is I think impossible to win the Commonwealth without winning the suburbs and Trump actually performed reasonably well in the suburbs. He's lost a lot right now. So we need a candidate who can appeal the suburbs who can obviously appeal to our base in places like Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh, but can go back to places like Scranton in Erie and Johnstown, center county were state colleges and speak to those communities, and let them know that that they care as well. Right now, my money is on democratic nominee looking at it. You know as dispassionately as I can certainly I'll be rooting for and working for the democrat. I think structurally speaking Pennsylvania is moving back to where it was state that elected Brock Obama twice. But our nominees going to have to do some real work in order to make sure that sticks. You know? I I remember vividly. We were talking about this. Before Brock Obama when he came to Pennsylvania didn't just go to Philadelphia and Pittsburgh he went to places like beaver county. He went to Scranton went to Wilkes Barre. He went to these communities that oftentimes don't get to see politicians running for national office. He showed respect to those communities, and we need to make sure we get back to that in the cycle. Well, Josh Piero one thing I'm pretty certain of is that you're gonna log a lot of miles between now two thousand and twenty in the state of Pennsylvania if past as prologue and and be knocking on a lot of doors. So thank you for being here. Thanks for being at the institute of politics. Look forward to continuing conversation may as well, David. It's an honor to be on your pod. Thanks..

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"People who participated in that in that cover documented in the churches on records, and confirmed in the grand jury, they are still in positions of power one of them is cardinal world in Washington DC. There are bishops in Pennsylvania who are named in the report because of their conduct in the neighbor. The cover of who are still in positions of power. So for someone to come along and say that that's that's ancient history to responses one the leadership still is represented by people who are part of the cover and to David. I don't think we should treat child rape in nineteen seventy nine any different thousand nineteen. Absolutely. And you write about the cover up, but you know, young man, I thought asked to very a very fringe in question when we were at this event that you held here today with Lisa Madigan. The former attorney general Avila has also been active on this issue. And he said people want to know if they're children are safe. And so it is relevant. If there has been there have been changes that could give people some confidence that that their children are safe. Here's what I can say. Of course, I'm limited in in some things I can talk about publicly since we released. The grand jury report in August. My offices received nearly fifteen hundred calls to our clergy abuse hotline. Many of those calls represent new information that either we are some other law enforcement agency are investigating since our report was released fourteen state attorney general have opened up investigations, including Lisa Madigan Kwamena will here in Illinois. The federal government has opened up an inquiry just last week in New Jersey predator priest was charged for someone to think that you know, this is ancient history. And there's nothing current. I think is a false conclusion for people to reach the the pope is called car cardinals together to talk about this bishops and bizarre wh-. What do you expect to happen there? And how how Franco reckoning due to pay? I don't know that it's my place to ever call on the pope to do something or or to save just shoe based on what you've seen and heard from him. Here's what I know that the church has enough information available to it from our report in Pennsylvania from other similar reports. That have come out the church has enough direct information from victims who have come forward to know that this is a serious systemic problem that is not limited to Pennsylvania, but is all across this country and presumably across the world, that's number one. Number two. The church knows that the reforms they put in place back in two thousand two are simply not enough. The pope has acknowledged the horrors that we on earth, and has stated that real serious. Change must come. I'm paraphrasing those or not his his precise words what I also know from going. Through this process is that the church simply cannot police itself. And so I believe what has to happen is for all of the church leadership to recognize the pope has these cars that have occurred that there was a systemic systematic cover up that there was widespread abuse and invite secular authorities in to be a part of the solution together with the church. That's what I hope comes from this large meeting coming up here in a couple of weeks. What about you made a point earlier that many of the people were some of the people who were responsible for covering up? These assaults disabuse are still in positions of power including cardinal world. What what what what do you think the pope might or should do about that? Well, it's not my place to tell the pope what personnel decisions he should make. But I can tell you that. No one would ever be working for me. If they were involved in a cover up of this magnitude, the idea that some of these folks can continue in positions of of leadership is is shocking to me. And by the way, shocking to many parishioners that I hear from in Pennsylvania and across the country petitioners who are demanding real change survivors who are for the first time being heard and being listened to David I have to tell you one of the most..

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"To maximizing vote there. You can't just go there and ignore the rest of the state you've got to be able to talk to people in fish town, which is in Philadelphia and Johnstown, which is in southwestern Pennsylvania community that's ravaged by opioids and struggling economically. And I think there's a way to. Do that. And the most important thing we have to do is go and understand the community and listen to them, and let them know we care. They don't expect us to solve every problem that they have. But they do expect us to listen into care about the challenges that they face you. You went to the UN to the Pennsylvania Semneby and pretty quickly you were meshed in trying to mediate a leadership a leadership battle there that actually got some national attention, but talk about that at the end of the election of two thousand and six os my first reelection to the state house. I was a one term member. The Democrats enjoyed a one seat advantage in the state house one zero two to one oh one yet right before the vote for speaker, which comes from the floor of the house, you majority of the two hundred and three hundred two votes. A few of the Democrats said they would not support. The democrat who had been nominated by our caucus to serve as speaker. I learned this on New Year's Eve day, the vote was to take place two days later, and I was really concerned about it told my wife about who again sort of kick me about the way she always does in a very direct way. And she said, we'll go do something about it. I said, well, what am I supposed to do about? I'm basically a freshman lawmaker. How am I supposed to make this habit? She goes, I'm your wife is turning up as the hero of the story. She has and let me tell you. She said, we'll do something about it. Well that night because of how exciting we are. I went to pick up Chinese food. So we could hang out on New Year's Eve at home and on my way to get Chinese food. I had thought you know, what if the Democrats could support a moderate Republican there were a few of them back in the day in the state house. The the speaker at the time who the previous session was a Republican and objectionable too. Two Republican time quite objectionable to both Democrats and Republicans actually many ways, but I had this idea. Maybe we get this moderate Republican all the Democrats could vote for for him. And if you Republicans could to and we could have the first ever bipartisan speaker, and the Democrats could preserve their majority is chairman of all the committees and manage the the flow bills in the house, we could preserve what the voters wanted which was for Democrats to set the agenda, and it was a secret of effort over the next forty eight hours much of which at the at the last possible second was concocted in the basement of the governor's residence when Rendell was was our governor. And we went to the floor of the house of representatives where I knew and a handful of other people knew what was about to happen..

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Listen, you show, people respect when I learned that in that experience knocking on those eighteen thousand doors running for state rep. And then of course, running for attorney general in two thousand sixteen when Trump carried our state is that showing up listening matters and showing respect matters and putting yourself in their shoes and trying to understand the challenges. People face matters. I was shocked at at you know, I'd have these long days on the campaign trail, listen to people talk them going to their VFW's listening to them in their communities. And then you know, you. Turn on late at night, the cable news, and the focus is all on the left right divide. Sisons Dyson the the population in in ways that are focused on the sort of like minute policy differences that never came up in the discussions. I was having with people. And I think too often times we as a party focus on, you know, the left, right? You know, progressive liberal, whatever the label is that you wanna put on dynamic as opposed to getting back to basics, which is showing up and listening and trying to understand where people are coming from. And. I'll never forget the strike came out of a rally in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, which is up in northeastern part of our state, you know, hard-working great community, but a community that's lost a lot of its economy over the years and the message at this big rally from, you know, Joe Biden on behalf of Hillary Clinton are Senate candidate was about equal pay for equal work, and I talked about the opioid crisis. Because that was something that was huge in that area. I'm leaving the event and these two guys who were there in front of me. And they said that Shapiro guy seems alright I'll vote for him. All right is great. I'll take all right. But then they said, but I'm not voting for Clinton because that whole equal pay for equal work thing. And they used to couple expletives. And then they said, you know, if they pass that equal pay for equal work Bill. What's going to happen is my taxes are going to go up and some woman's going to get a job. Instead of me. Dave, I was ready to jump on those guys in strangle. Them and say okay, first off equal pay. Freak work is a great thing. Second. You're completely wrong on the policy and third. You're wrong about the effects of that policy. But instead of jumping all over them and telling them how wrong they were. I tried to put myself in their shoes and understand the pain. They were feeling because one of those guys hadn't had a job in ten years. And the felt that the message from our party was not one that they could understand or relate to and I think to oftentimes we're getting caught up in these policy discussions and getting mad at folks when they don't agree with us on policy instead of understanding where they sit in how they interpret that. So I'm no less a supporter of equal pay for equal work than I was the day before that rally, but I can understand where people are coming from even if they're logic is flawed and try and tailor the the work we do to helping them. You don't have to ban your principles, but you have to listen you have to predate where they're coming from a pretty robust bait within the Democratic Party about whether the road to win. Inning a national election. Lies in. Doing what you're discussing or maximizing sort of would they would call base vote. Right. So getting a big vote out in the cities and metropolitan areas getting young people more energized and so on, but it doesn't seem like that's the either or proposition. It shouldn't be and look in the city Philadelphia. Which is our biggest urban demographic the democratic base in the in the KOMO of Pennsylvania, Brock Obama, Hillary Clinton. Josh shapiro. We all got upwards of eighty percent of the vote in the city. Philadelphia..

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"Your community engaging the world around you in having something meaningful happen as a result of it. He went to the university of Rochester's, you pointed out you went there thinking, you're going to be a doctor. Yeah. And then came face to face with the requirements of becoming premed. Right. Yeah. And and but you didn't immediately go to law school when you got out of out of college. I didn't I'll share quick story with you. In fact, I was invited back to be a commencement speaker at the university of Rochester mo-modern, and I shared this story, then my freshman year. I went there to be a doctor like my dad who had such a big impact on my life to play basketball believe it or not short Jewish guy. Like me. Actually, play basketball and taking your word for. And that's what I was going to do. And on one day, my freshman year of college, I showed up to my one of my pre med classes to learn that I had flunked the class, even though I had worked really hard professor said, look, it's clear you studied. I'm just not sure that your brain is wired that way was feeling incredibly depressed. But realizing you know, that I could still be a basketball player. And you know, maybe maybe realize my dream of going to the NBA that didn't up that afternoon. I got cut from the men's basketball, and that night feeling like that ably Buster Keaton movie where the brick, you know, he's lying in a an rubble of building callosities as well. At least nothing else can happen to me in a brick falls and hits him on the head. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Exactly. I mean, it was I couldn't believe that night. Someone knocked on my door and said, hey, you should run for student government. I'm like student government. Why would ever want to do that? I had zero interested in is not. What I was focused on. And he pointed out to me that I had literally nothing going on life. And that I loser. I couldn't run unopposed, and I could win so Iran, I won an actually like just a month or so after I won't boy with all the details, but I organized a student protest about some decisions that the university administration and made in at the end of my freshman year of college got elected student body president and then from there studied political science and went right after college to Capitol Hill, I figured I'd go there for a year and have the experience, and maybe the law school or something and one year turned into nine years on the hill. I was a hill chief of staff and then went to Georgetown law school at night. And that was really I think crystal you or working while I was working on the hill as chief of staff, and it was an incredible experience until one day after walking my boss to the floor of the congress kind of whispered in Zere what the Bill was that? We're going to be voting on that day. I turned around and took my blackberry off my hip holster back. Then we had these big hip holsters and called my wife. I'd been with since the ninth grade we had a little baby girl at the time. I said it's time to go home. Let's go home NAR community where we grew up and a couple months later went back home and joined a law firm in the city, Philadelphia and a month or so after that started running for the state house of representatives because I wanted my views to be out there. I wanted to meet people in my community. I wanted to help them. I thought that was the best of your new when you went back that you were likely going to run for office. I did. Yeah. I felt that that was the most powerful way. I could do what my parents taught me what my faith taught me which was to help others to do more for others to try and repair the world a bit. And I started running for the state house in a district that was overwhelmingly Republican and air forget this. I went to my first event in the community. And they let my opponent give a speech, and they wouldn't let me speak, right?.

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"When you started diving into this issue of abuse of children by priests one of the reasons I got involved in government, and I had somewhat of a circuitous route to get there. We'll get we'll get to that. So yes, one of the reasons I got involved was because I remember vividly watching my dad go and testify for the prosecution in child abuse cases in the community where where we grew up. I remember my dad having a hand in starting the first child advocacy center for abused children in our community, those things affected me and really extrordinary ways. Actually made me want to be a pediatrician like my dad until we're gonna chemistry came. But anyway, those are memories I have that. I drew upon. On that as we were going through this clergy abuse effort, you faith is obviously important in your family. You went to to Jewish schools through throughout and but tell me what that has meant. Also in terms of the things that you have done with your life. How how did it an animate your your life as a kid has animate your life? Now, my faith is critically important to me. I think really for two reasons number one together with my wife and our four kids eight grounds me, and it constantly reminds me about what's real, and what matters in life and your requirement to serve others and second, you know, there's so many wonderful passages. He can pull from any religious texts. But for me, the one I not only think about everyday, but I talk about a lot in public speeches. And what have you is the scripture teaches? Us. No one is required to complete the task. But neither are we free to refrain from it. And that to me is the essence of my faith, which is a requirement to do for others. Maybe not solve the ultimate problem. But to advance the ball to move things forward to help others. I draw on my faith, I speak very openly about my faith, even in communities where being Jewish made not be something that that folks typically recognize or understand, but it is who I am. And so together with my family, my faith, really grounds me and helps keep me focused on. What matters you a concerned? There's been a a precipitous increase in. Antisemitic acts including the horrendous shooting in Pennsylvania late last year. Why? There's a number of reasons for that. I think the president bear some responsibility. Not only through the direct words that he uses, but perhaps more importantly, he allows his words to be misappropriated by others who would want to do harm to someone just based upon what they look like they pray to where they come from who they love that is incredibly dangerous when the leader of your country is allowing those words to be used that way, you combine that with communities being more divided than ever before not understanding one another not understanding what it means to walk in one shoes or sit in their seat. And you know, we have a situation that is really toxic. It's interesting David, you know, as a prosecutor, I've seen a dramatic increase in the number of reported hate crimes and hate incidents in Pennsylvania. We brought on the first ever chief deputy attorney. General for civil rights just to focus on that kind of work. And in fact, I had an opportunity with my fellow attorney general to be in the White House and to talk with the president. And we could raise any issue we wanted. This was the issue. I raised about hate speech. And I often say hate speech, begets hate crimes and talked about our asked him about how we can get our state and federal law enforcement partners to work more closely together on dealing with these issues and the presence response was sort of stunning. He talked about how you know, you gotta be careful 'cause sometimes the reverse can be true. And you know, kind of his, you know, alluding to the fact that there's always another side to these things which we saw after Charlotte, which we softer Charlottesville..

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on WRVA

"I'm proud to be a member of them proud to serve the United proud to protect our country to serve in the US air force. Reserve. A former Catholic priest who pleaded guilty to sexually abusing two boys in Pennsylvania learned his sentence. Friday, says ABC's Dave Packer, David Lee. Paulsen Catholic priest for more than forty years sentenced after pleading guilty to sexually abusing two boys in the Erie, Pennsylvania, archdiocese, Pennsylvania, attorney general Josh Shapiro, Holson weaponized his fate. And used the tools of his priesthood to abuse children admitting to serially abusing an eight and fifteen year olds assaulted one of the victims more than twenty times usually a church rectory after mass on Sundays. We're one of the boys was an altar server. Paulsen? Sentenced to two and a half to fourteen years in prison. Dave Packer, ABC news. Royal Caribbean says the number of passengers sickened in an outbreak of norovirus on one of its cruise ships has grown ABC's. Mark Remillard with the story as the awaits the seas continues to make its way back to port in Florida. Royal caribbean. Now says a total of four hundred seventy five passengers and crew on board the sixteen deck ship have come down with symptoms from norovirus? The CDC says it's monitoring the situation in the company's response. It also says members of its vessel sanitation program will assist in the investigation of the outbreak. Mark Remillard, ABC news. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says the next round of trade negotiations with China will likely occur later this month in Washington. This is ABC news. It's time to join the millions of people using zoom. Videoconferencing, turn any size conference.

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Pennsylvania, diocese world was accused of mishandling several cases of abuse while at the diocese of Pittsburgh for over two decades, and in Pennsylvania this morning, the man who prepared that scathing horrific report, Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro urge state lawmakers to eliminate the statute of limitations for child sexual abuse prosecutions. He's on the line now from Philadelphia welcome to be with you. Thank you. So am I ask you about your reaction to world's resignation? What went through your mind? When I heard the news today. Well, cardinal world's resignation is a necessary step given what the grand jurors. Uncovered about his role in the systematic cover-up of child sexual abuse. I actually second his comments about the need for greater transparency within the church. I think what's missing here, though, isn't acknowledgment by the Vatican on the extent of the abuse and cover up in Pennsylvania, and then Bishop world's role in it. Now. I'll I'll leave it to the church's the church's internal politics to them and their prisoners. But I do not think that the people of Pennsylvania will accept that anyone proven to be part of this up should face, no real consequences for that criminal conduct. That's exactly what I wanted to address. Because in a letter to cardinal world that the cardinal released today. Pope Francis actually praised him. The letter seems to suggest that the only thing cardinal world is guilty of his managerial mistakes not covering up. Any crimes? What do you think of that characterization by the pope, I think that it is demonstrably false to suggest that then Bishop worl- did not play any meaningful role in the cover up the church's own secret archives show, the active role that Bishop were all played in it. Okay. I want to turn now to your call for changing the current statute of limitations. You you basically agree with four. Nations that the grand jury report articulated, tell me about how you think the law should change in Pennsylvania, we uncovered three hundred and one predator priest. Sadly, I could only charge two of them. And if we lived in another jurisdiction where there is no criminal statute of limitations. I would have charged every single one of them who is living every single one of these victims has been time barred from bringing a civil suit, but with respect to completely eliminating the statute of limitations for criminal cases. It is true that the longer you wait before you prosecute a crime, the heart of the case becomes to prove witnesses pass away memories, fade evidence grows. Stale does any of that concern you as a lawyer, of course? But the burden is always on us. The prosecutors to bring that case, and yes, it is more difficult oftentimes when a number of years goes by, but it doesn't mean that we should be barred from bringing a case, especially when the data clearly shows the children who are abused often. Don't. Come forward right away. And in fact, the average age that a child comes forward to share their truth is when they turn fifty to fifty two and yet the law here in Pennsylvania says that we couldn't bring a criminal case after the age of fifty and so we believe and the data shows that if it's going to take that much time for someone to come forward. We shouldn't be barred from prosecuting what your office report laid bare is how a large institution in. This instance, the Catholic church, but there's so many other examples how a large institution can go to great lengths to cover up sexual abuse. And to protect abusers does revising the statute of limitations get it that would actually increase the accountability. Internally at these institutions will you hit the nail on the head so much of this is about an institution in this case. The Catholic church arguably the most powerful institution in the world constantly and consistently putting its own reputation above. Of the needs of the people. They were there to serve in this case children. I think there's a reckoning going on in this country right now about how we are going to or how much we are willing to hold powerful institutions accountable. And I think you're seeing across this country with all that's going on with the metoo movement, the cavenaugh hearings, and the Cosby trial is is you're seeing more and more people stepping up and being willing to hold powerful institutions accountable and law enforcement plays a unique and critical role in that process. That's what we're doing here in Pennsylvania. Josh Shapiro is Pennsylvania's state attorney general thank you very much for joining us. Thank you. Some of the last secrets from the Watergate scandal may soon be revealed. A federal judge in Washington has ordered the national archives to review key documents and prepare for their release. The papers helped advance the impeachment effort aimed at president Richard Nixon and scholars say they are relevant today as another special counsel investigates, the current administration NPR national Justice correspondent Carrie Johnson reports a few years after the resignation of Richard Nixon the special prosecutor who investigated him recalled a critical moment in that probe one on laws when we succeeded which was a first in history to get the courts to permit. The grand jury report to go to the House Judiciary committee because the committee had real difficulty in doing its work way behind having gotten off the ground. Leon Trotsky told an interviewer in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven the document contained a detailed list of the evidence. The Watergate prosecution team had gathered we call. It a roadmap in our office because it was just that for forty four years that roadmap remained a secret under seal by the federal district court in Washington on orders of the judge who presided over the Watergate cases that secrecy persisted to protect the grand juries work, but not for lack of trying in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven Steven Bates was working for the independent counsel investigating President Bill Clinton Bates was looking for precedent for how a special prosecutor might send an impeachment referral to congress the national archives. Let me see a lot of stuff from the Watergate special prosecutor that was very interesting. When I asked to see the roadmap that was ended up to the house. I ski. You. They said no Bates tried again years later, but the answer was the same. No last month, he and others petitioned the court to release the Watergate roadmap. Their lawyer is Larry Schwartz stole it's relevant to historians. It's relevant to the intrinsic ongoing interest in Watergate that alone would be sufficient to justify releasing this material, but there's real urgency in this instance, to getting the road map onto the public record urgency because another special council is on the job. Now investigating the Trump campaign and one of the big questions about the end of Robert Muller's investigation is whether he'll try to send a report to congress or the public John sale worked on Watergate as a young lawyer from twenty-first-century variation of the so-called roadmap is something that the molar team has very likely in Sittard sales boss on the Watergate team was James quarrels who now serves as Muller's deputy. But he says, unlike Richard. Nixon Donald Trump's legal team is likely to object to any such material going to congress Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani has already signaled he would fight in court to stop lawmakers from seeing that document. Meanwhile, the battle over the Watergate roadmap could soon come to an end this week judge barrel Howell ordered the national archives to review it and directed. The Justice department to get ready for its release. Carrie Johnson NPR news, Washington..

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The abuse of more than three hundred children in Pennsylvania, diocese world was accused of mishandling several cases of abuse while at the diocese of Pittsburgh for over two decades, and in Pennsylvania this morning, the man who prepared that scathing horrific report, Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro urge state lawmakers to eliminate the statute of limitations for child sexual abuse prosecutions. He's on the line now from Philadelphia welcome to be with you. Thank you. So I'm gonna ask you about your reaction to world's resignation. What went through your mind? When you first heard the news today. Well, cardinal world's resignation is a necessary step given what the grand jurors. Uncovered about his role in the systematic cover-up of child sexual abuse. I actually second his comments about the need for greater transparency within the church. I think what's missing here, though, isn't acknowledgment by the Vatican on the extent of the abuse and cover up in Pennsylvania, and then Bishop world's role in it. Now. I'll I'll leave it to the church's the church's internal politics to them and their prisoners. But I do not think that the people of Pennsylvania will accept that anyone proven to be part of this cover up should face, no real consequences for that criminal conduct. That's exactly what I wanted to address. Because in a letter to cardinal world that the cardinal released today. Pope francis. Ashley praised him. The letter seems to suggest that the only thing cardinal world is guilty of his managerial mistakes not covering up. Any crimes? What do you think of that characterization by the pope, I think that it is demonstrably false to suggest that then Bishop world did not play any meaningful role in the cover up the church's own secret archives show, the active role that Bishop all played in it? Okay. I want to turn now to your call for changing the current statute of limitations. You you basically agree with four record. Nations that the grand jury report articulated tell me about how you think the law should change in Pennsylvania, we uncovered three hundred and one predator priests. Sadly, I could only charge two of them. And if we lived in another jurisdiction where there was no criminal statute of limitations. I would have charged every single one of them who's living every single one of these victims has been time barred from bringing a civil suit, but with respect to completely eliminating the statute of limitations for criminal cases. It is true that the longer you wait before you prosecute a crime, the heart of the case becomes to prove witnesses pass away memories, fade evidence grows. Stale does any of that concern you as a lawyer, of course? But the burden is always on us. The prosecutors to bring that case, and yes, it is more difficult often times when a number of years goes by, but it doesn't mean that we should be barred from bringing a case, especially when the data clearly shows the children who are abused often. Don't. Don't come forward right away. And in fact, the average age that a child comes forward to share their truth is when they turned fifty to fifty two and yet the law here in Pennsylvania says that we couldn't bring a criminal case after the age of fifty and so we believe and the data shows that if it's going to take that much time for someone to come forward. We shouldn't be barred from prosecuting what your officers report laid bare is how a large institution in. This instance, the Catholic church, but there's so many other examples how a large institution can go to great lengths to cover up sexual abuse. And to protect abusers does revising the statute of limitations get it that would it actually increase the accountability. Internally at these institutions will you hit the nail on the head so much of this is about an institution. This case. The Catholic church arguably the most powerful institution in the world constantly and consistently putting its own reputation above. Of the needs of the people. They were there to serve in this case children. I think there's a reckoning going on in this country right now about how we are going to or how much we are willing to hold powerful institutions accountable. And I think you're seeing across this country with all that's going on with the metoo movement and the cavenaugh hearings, and the Cosby trial is is you're seeing more and more people stepping up and being willing to hold powerful institutions accountable and law enforcement plays a unique and critical role in that process. That's what we're doing here in Pennsylvania. Josh Shapiro is Pennsylvania's state attorney general thank you very much for joining us. Thank you. Some of the last secrets from the Watergate scandal may soon be revealed. A federal judge in Washington has ordered the national archives to review key documents and prepare for their release. The papers helped advance the impeachment effort aimed at president Richard Nixon and scholars say they are relevant today as another special counsel investigates, the current administration N P R, national Justice. Correspondent Carrie Johnson reports a few years after the resignation of Richard Nixon the special prosecutor who investigated him recall a critical moment in that probe one on lost. When we succeeded which was a first in history to get the courts to permit. The grand jury report to go to the House Judiciary committee because the committee had real difficulty in doing its work way behind having gotten off the ground. Liangelo war ski told an interviewer in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven the document contained a detail list of the evidence. The Watergate prosecution team had gathered we call. In a roadmap and our office because it was just that for forty four years that roadmap remained a secret under seal by the federal district court in Washington on orders of the judge who presided over the Watergate cases that secrecy persisted to protect the grand juries work, but not for lack of trying in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven Steven Bates was working for the independent counsel investigating President Bill Clinton Bates was looking for precedent for how a special prosecutor might send an impeachment referral to congress the national archives. Let me see a lot of stuff from the Watergate special prosecutor that was very interesting. When I asked to see the roadmap that was end up to the house. I leon. They said no Bates tried again years later, but the answer was the same. No last month, he and others petitioned the court to release the Watergate roadmap. Their lawyer is Larry Schwartz stone. It's relevant to historians. It's relevant to the intrinsic ongoing interest in Watergate that alone would be sufficient to justify releasing this material, but there's real urgency in this instance, to getting the roadmap onto the public record urgency because another special council is on the job. Now investigating the Trump campaign and one of the big questions about the end of Robert Muller's investigation is whether he'll try to send a report to congress or the public John sale worked on Watergate as a young lawyer from twenty-first-century variation of the so-called roadmap is something that the molar team has very likely considered sales on the Watergate team was James quarrels who now serves as Muller's deputy. But he says, unlike richer. Richard Nixon Donald Trump's legal team is likely to object to any such material going to congress Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani has already signaled he would fight in court to stop lawmakers from seeing Matt document, meanwhile, the battle over the Watergate roadmap could soon come to an end this week judge barrel Howell ordered the national archives to review it and directed. The Justice department to get ready for its release. Carrie Johnson NPR news, Washington. This is NPR news. Stay with us for Sasha coca in the California report magazine after a look at traffic. Here's Julie Deppish. And they did clear that multi vehicle.

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Bingo. Attorney general Josh Shapiro. Join. Victims of sexual abuse has he was urging the legislature in the state that take action on recommendations from a recent grand jury that investigated allegations against priests and church leaders across the state the details from KYW suburban bureau chief, Jim Melwert. Josh shapiro. Says there abuse hotlines got more than one thousand calls since the grand jury report was made public five weeks ago. Our agents listen to each and every one of those calls, and we're conducting further investigations where procreate, but he says of the three hundred one priest named in a grand jury reportedly to face criminal charges because of statute of limitations joining Shapiro in the comfort changes to the law. Montgomery County DA Kevin Steele who says it may take sex assault victims years to come forward because often they need a process what happened to them, especially when the abuse happens when they are children and the abuser is a respected person of authority in that child's life. Shapiro has. This message for state legislators will vote on the changes, you can either side with the Catholic conference and the insurance. Company lobbyists, or you can side with survivors. At the suburban bureau. Jim Melwork KYW NewsRadio. KYW news time seven thirty four. A forty two year old bucks. County woman is charged with poisoning her son in they're totally down home on August, twenty fifth bucks county children and youth services called police to check up on Jennifer Clary with her two year old son Mazzacane Curtis. When the police got there at the home on love and avenue in Kelly talk, they found Larry she was on the bed with the body of her son. Documents say the boy's body was cold to the touch and she had what appeared to be self inflicted wounds on her wrist county. DA not Weintraub said they found an empty bottle of vicodin and in that home long with the children's sippy Cup in wine. Trump says he has no knowledge of a therapeutic dosage of vicodin for a two year old quite simply a goes beyond a terrible tragedy. This was clearly a murderous act. His mother and killed him. He murdered 'em. And she's going to have to suffer the consequences. Clary was rained on charges of criminal homicide and is now being held without bail. KYW's time. Seven thirty six. Philadelphia will make some sweeping changes to its civil forfeiture practices under the terms of a settlement filed today a four year old class action suit KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports the city will end the practice completely for low level offenses and institute protections for defendants whose property is seized Chris or Vallis still gets upset thinking about the day in two thousand fourteen when police officers walked into his house told him in his family to leave. It was being seized because his son had been arrested for selling forty dollars worth of pot worker. My life for this house to support my family, but one all my family got the wrong way. It wasn't the rest of us. False Vallis was the lead plaintiff in a suit against went lawyer, our panel chef of the institution. For Justice called one of the worst, civil forfeiture schemes in the country, Philadelphia law enforcement, amassed a forfeiture slush fund. She says the city has agreed to end the providence by diverting any revenue to community nonprofits, it will also pay three million dollars to reimburse those whose property was seized, Pat Loeb, KYW NewsRadio. Now,.

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Because you've? Got to believe then. That there are, other places the, United, States, where this has happened going, back decades. Right so is it best for those places to wait, to be found out or? Just come out with it. I have no idea And a lot of people are waiting to see how the pope. Is going to handle this yeah, I mean we have the audio Josh Shapiro the attorney general for the Pennsylvania. For the first time we, can begin. To understand the systematic cover up by church leaders that followed dozens of witnesses testified before the grand jury detailing acts of sexual abuse by. Priests and how senior church officials covered up their criminal conduct prioritizing their institution over the safety and welfare of these young boys and girls. Over. One thousand child victims were identified by our investigation though the grand jury notes that they believe that number? Was in the thousands I just let him go on finish it out as the report reads we should emphasize that while the lists of priests is long we don't think we got them all you see church officials routinely and purposefully described the abuse as. Horse play and wrestling and inappropriate, contact it was none of those things it was child sexual abuse including rape Committed by grown, men priests.

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"This is the CBS. World news. Roundup presented by ZipRecruiter good morning I'm Steve. Kaethe and the numbers, are staggering the details are revolting and so far the Vatican, has been silent on a bombshell, Pennsylvania grand jury report that says more than a thousand children were subjected to sexual abuse at the hands of some three hundred Roman Catholic priests in that. State over the past seventy, years here's, CBS's Nikki, Batiste survivors wet Pennsylvania Torney general Josh Shapiro publicly revealed the contents of the landmark grand jury report for the first time when you saw, the emotion on the survivors faces? What does that mean to you It means the world? To me to be able to do this for them to help them I have. Some modicum of healing victims. And their loved ones had been anticipating the release of the report the most sweeping examination yet. Of child sex, abuse in the US Catholic church we've stood up and said our. Truth secrets out now investigators uncovered disturbing allegations including a seven-year-old girl raped in, a hospital after she had her tonsils taken out a. Nine year. Old boy who is mouth was rinsed with. Holy water after being forced to perform, oral sex and five sisters abused by the, same priest how old was the, youngest victim she was eighteen months old when she was for the first time eighteen months old she was in a diaper the report accuses senior church officials. Of covering. Up though Beauce, authorities have, charged just, two priests many are dead and the statute of limitations has run out in nearly every case it was a day for diversity in some, states that held political primaries yesterday Vermont Democrats picked the nation's first transgender candidate for Governor Christine hall quiz let's say I'm. Incredibly honored incredibly, honored to have all your support Minnesota Democrats dominated Ilhan Omar for. A house seats who if elected would be the first Somali American in congress Organized around the politics of Republicans backed by President Trump won. Primaries for governor in Wisconsin the incumbent Scott Walker and in Minnesota Jeff Johnson who. Beat former governor.

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Josh Shapiro I'm here find them to announce the results of a two year grand jury investigation in the widespread sexual abuse of children within the Catholic church and the systematic cover-up by senior church officials in Pennsylvania and at the. Vatican forty one of those named in that report are at the Catholic diocese, in. Erie Pennsylvania Bishop. Lawrence Persico I pledge to the following. Two victim the diocese of ear will not Shrout abusers in secrecy no matter who they are or how long ago the abuse. Has occurred the battle between, reality stars former White House aide Omarosa manigault new Newman says she won't be silenced, in her. Ongoing battle with President Trump she has said she's her tapes of him using the n. word but White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders says I can certainly say I've never heard him use that term or anything similar now the Trump. Campaign is filing legal action against Omarosa sang she violated a nondisclosure agreement CBS, news. Legal analyst, thing. Rosenbaum we surely knew this was coming. President Trump is well known for filing lawsuits and if he had a confidentiality agreement with mismanagement Newman and she wrote a book. About the campaign he surely, would take advantage of his legal remedies A Utah firefighter died fighting that massive Mendocino, complex fire north of San Francisco Draper Utah, mayor Troy Walker identify same battalion chief Massey Burchett Had extensive, experience, in wildland is structure, fire chief leave, behind his, wife Handsome young son he was. Forty two years old is not the only loss for. Our fire department what a loss for all fire departments. In the nation he's the six firefighter to die, battling wildfires in California this summer In. London counterterrorism police are carrying out searches in central England after a car smashed. Into barriers outside, the, houses of. Parliament three people. Were hurt when a group of cyclists was hit CBS's Debra patta. The British are very stoic so just to kind of. On with business soon off to the attack occurred but. The happiness To the tax in. Eighteen months ago not fall for with this attack took place it was another one on bids debris police say. The twenty nine year old driver a UK national has been arrested. On suspicion, of preparing a terrorist attack. So far there have been no other arrests in connection with the investigation this, is CBS news Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than. Zero in on qualified candidates in an online. Dashboard get started at indeed. Dot com slash higher Seven three at the bay area's news. Station KCBS mostly clear inland tonight with patchy fog at the coast near the base sunny and a bit warmer tomorrow good evening I'm Larry Sharoni here's what's happening for the last twelve years Paulette Brown has come to the corner of grove and Baker streets in San Francisco on August fourteenth. Where her son was gunned down also comes to almost. Every police commission meeting with a picture of her son, and replaces. The flyer with his picture on every single time it's taken down KCBS has Megan goals be, tells us she still grieving mother, is, calling on police to solve this cold case Aubrey ever CASA was just. Seventeen when he was shot to death at this intersection in two thousand six miss. Him coming. In and say mom what did you cook and touching the food and me slapping his hand and I remember going up to the school and and helping, me out his homework his mom Paul at Brown comes here every year on this date to hold a prayer circle with members of the community. And with the police department this. Year circle Even included assistant chief Tony chaplain nor has been twelve years at a not a cold case but if we can saw one from. The seventies. And eighties with. The Golden State killer we can defer solve. This when it's only twelve years old but it doesn't feel like only twelve years to Brown into her daughter Serena we see these people every day that.

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"News on talkradio six eighty. WCBS Baltimore and wcbm.com Report I'm, Lisa lacerra Fox News, the Pennsylvania grand jury finding a pattern of abuse by priests, in the Pittsburgh archdiocese saying hundreds of praise abused at least a thousand children over a period of decades and then covered search officials routinely and purposefully described the abuse as horseplay and. Wrestling and inappropriate contact it was. None of those things it, was child, sexual, abuse, including rape, attorney general Josh Shapiro Bishop David zubec- with. The archdiocese of Pittsburgh I ask you The church asks you. For forgiveness Zubay bacon is there was any cover-up of sexual abuse the White House. Fights back against allegations by a former staffer of the president's say his tweets calling his former aide. Omarosa manigault Newman a lowlife and a dog were racist but White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders defended the president saying he simply defending himself somebody who's always going to fight fire with fire this is something, that isn't new and it's. Something the American people knew, when they voted Sandras, did not say if the White House will pursue legal action, against medical Newman but the Trump campaign has filed an arbitration claim against her arguing that she violated a nondisclosure agreement she signed when she joined the campaign in twenty sixteen FOX's John. Decker at the White House one. Week after their primary Kansas, governor Jeff, Collier, conceding, the state's, Republican gubernatorial race to secretary of state Chris. Kulbok primaries taking Place in several states tonight in Vermont. Senator Bernie Sanders won the democratic primary but is expected to turn down the nomination and support the state's democratic candidates as he typically does in Connecticut Democrat Ned Lamont has won.

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A scathing report I'm Lisa lacerra Fox, News Pennsylvania grand jury finding a pattern of abuse by priests in the Pittsburgh arts diocese saying hundreds of praise abused at least a thousand children over a period of decades and then covered it off. Search officials routinely and purposefully described. The abuse as horse play, and wrestling, and, inappropriate, contact it, was none of those things it was child. Sexual abuse including rape attorney general Josh Shapiro, Bishop David zubec- with the archdiocese of Pittsburgh they ask you The church asks you for forgiveness Zubay denies there was any cover-up. Of sexual abuse the lighthouse fights back against allegations by a former Stafford of the president's say. His tweets calling his former aide Omarosa manigault Newman a lowlife in a dog were racist but White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders defended the president saying he simply defending himself somebody who's always going to fight, fire with, fire this is something that isn't. New and it's something the, American people knew, when they voted Sandras did not say if the White House will, pursue legal action against manigault Newman but the Trump campaign filed an arbitration claim against her arguing that she violated a nondisclosure agreement she signed when she joined the campaign in twenty sixteen FOX's John decker. At the White House one week. After their primary Kansas governor, Jeff Collier conceding, the, state's Republican, gubernatorial race to secretary of state Chris co, Bach primaries taking Place in several states tonight in. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders on the democratic primary but is expected to turn down the nomination and support the state's democratic candidates as he typically does in Connecticut Democrat Ned Lamont has won the gubernatorial primary, Fox News fair and balanced Message and data rates may apply when did it become ok for men to.

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I'm Lisa lacerra. Fox News the Pennsylvania grand jury finding a pattern of abuse by priests in the Pittsburgh? Archdiocese saying hundreds praise abused. At least a thousand children over a period of decades and then covered it off, search officials routinely and, purposefully described. The abuse as horse play and wrestling and inappropriate, contact, it was none of those things it was, child sexual abuse including rape attorney, general Josh Shapiro Bishop David, zubec-, with the archdiocese a Pittsburgh, you The church. Asks you for forgiveness Zubay denies there was any cover-up of sexual abuse the White. House fights back against allegations by a former staffer of the president's say his tweets calling his former. Aide Omarosa manigault Newman a low life a dog were racist but White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders defended the president saying he simply defending himself somebody who's always going to fight fire with fire this is, something that. Isn't new and it's. Something the American people knew, when they voted Sandras, did not say if the White House will pursue legal action against, manigault, Newman, but the Trump campaign has filed an arbitration claim against her arguing that she violated a nondisclosure agreement she signed when she joined the campaign in twenty sixteen FOX's John decker at. The White House one week after. Their primary Kansas governor Jeff, Collier conceding, the, state's, Republican gubernatorial, race to, secretary of state Chris, Bach primaries. Taking Place in several states tonight in Vermont Senator Bernie. Sanders is one of the democratic primary but is expected to turn down the nomination and support the state's democratic candidates as he typically does in Connecticut Democrat Ned Lamont has won the gubernatorial primary.

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"josh shapiro" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"josh shapiro" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"A radio now Degrees at twelve o'clock at Pittsburgh International line Bruce Ryan Douglas in California. Authorities, have arrested two people on suspicion of looting homes have been evacuated due to an explosive wildfire meanwhile mother nature is giving firefighters some help in fighting the car fire, versus the Fetterman. In Redding California New figures released this morning here show that firefighters are making slow but steady, progress the car fire is now twenty percent, contained that's up from last night's figure of seventeen percent and it could rise even more. Later today the winds which have caused all sorts of problems. For fire crews have greatly calmed down the fire has now destroyed more than ninety, eight, thousand acres one person had to be rescued following a house fire this morning in Westmoreland county dispatchers. Say flames broke out, just after eleven AM and a home on route seven eleven in cook township when crews got there they had to rescue one person who was trapped on the. Roof of the home by your crews were able to contain that fire to the first floor Home no one was injured the cause is under investigation another case of rabies, has been confirmed in allegany county health department says a FOX found in the thirty three hundred. Block of Fifth Avenue and, north for sales. And brought to a facility last week tested positive for rabies residents in and around. That, area are asked to keep a close eye on their pet for signs of any strange behavior this is the eleventh rabid animal discovered in the county this year so, far five bats. Four raccoons and a groundhog have also tested positive for rabies attorney general Josh Shapiro governor Tom, Wolfe and state police went to federal court, in Philadelphia yesterday to stop a company that offers plans for three d printable guns for. Making them accessible on the internet in Pennsylvania CBS news technology. Consultant Larry Magid says anyone including terrorists and criminals could use the plans to make, guns, with a three d. printer that cost a few hundred dollars so it would be possible for people. To make these guns, and not have them registered and even though it's legally required to put in a little bit of, metal it certainly possible to build a gun that could've a metal detector texas based defense distributed set in court yesterday that it was already distributing plans last week even though the rollout was set for this wednesday u._s. senator pat toomey is visiting a software and robotics company in cranberry to highlight how he feels the tax cut legislation is helping companies grow here's katie kyw radio's joe d._o. a recent wall street journal n._b._c. poll found only twenty seven percent of americans think the tax cut was a good idea to me says it's higher than that the tax reform has only been in effect for seven months Takes a. Little while for people to see the results make. The connection and make. The association but I think it's happening to me toward on the cell a. Company that. Started, in a CMU grads garage and now employs nearly six hundred people in cranberry Joe to steal NewsRadio, ten twenty Katie k. The president of the university of Pittsburgh at Greensburg is retiring Pittsburgh Business. Times reports Sharon Smith will end her tenure at Pitt Greensburg on June thirtieth of two thousand. Nineteen, Wall Street until it's says the Dow is down seventy points at twenty five thousand three eighty the NASDAQ is down eighty, three points in sports pirates are off today they, opened a brief two-game set.

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