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"journal courier" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"In the basement until police knocked on his door. Quote the information has obviously been shared with us and our investigators are looking into him. Said carol county sheriff. Tobe lesin be. He did not elaborate on any details about the investigation into chadwell. Indiana state police sergeant. Jeremy peers said they do not comment on whom detectives might be investigating but noted that the state police works collaboratively with agencies the district which we know to be true specifically here captain in the delphi. Double murders investigation. That's ongoing been going on way too long. We all thought we would catch bridge guy. Within weeks of the case and here we sit over four years later we know that the carroll county sheriff's department is working the case we know that the delphi city police are assisting carroll county sheriff's office and we also know the indiana state police who have really been at the kind of the front line of this at least from a media and press perspective there working the case and we also have the federal bureau of investigation the f. to the b. to the i working the investigation as well. Well what's really fascinate here with james. Brian chadwell is. He's really the first person of interest or suspect in quotation marks to hit beyond the regional or local level and actually get talked about and national media sense daniel nations or are we just so starved for information or starved for a real viable suspect. At this point that we're pushing it. You know out of proportion here possibly prosecutors have charged chadwell with attempted. Murder child molesting attempted child molesting kidnapping criminal confinement battery resulting in serious bodily injury and strangulation. They also filed a sentence enhancing charge of being an offender. Which if guilty could add between six and twenty years to chadwell sentence. Look this guy. Regardless if he's bridge guy or in any way involved in the delphi case this guy is is one bad dude one dude that needs to be off the streets and who knows what he would have done to this victim if police had hip to him being the possible suspect here while he's a giant bag of shit is what he is. But it's fascinating to me that that they went around looking. It doesn't seem like he's a direct neighbour of her but in the neighborhood and at some point they knock on his door. He answers he tells police. Oh yeah. I saw her earlier right. But she's not here and that kinda makes them question as they're going back and searching different areas they go. Let's go back to that guy. 'cause he's now the only person i believe in that area that said sal her during this time period so then when they go back think about this from law enforcement standpoint you go back and this guy let you into the house and as you're walking around you see chains around the door or or some kind of locked system around the the the basement door and you're going to go okay. Well now we need to go down there when you know But he'd let some in as far as their records show he goes. Oh yeah yeah go down to the basement. Search a almost like he knew he was caught and he might as well just give in. But could you imagine what's going through law enforcement's head at the time on on what they're going to see and probably what they did see is still hard for them to believe right. No i i guarantee it's it's shocking even to these officers who've seen a lot and you've you try to put yourself in that mindset in the way that i think of this here captain as this whole thing going down and often it is in fact like a neighbor or somebody living in the neighborhood especially when you see someone around this age where our victim is in that age of the six to twelve year old range and and i never am surprised anymore. I hit me early in my teens. When you'd see this stuff on on news coverage we're looking for so and so you know. Police in and kansas city are looking for nine year. Old police in orlando florida are looking for an eleven year old child. That was last seen in their neighborhood or or was presumed to have got off the bus that day but never came home and it's usually rather quick that they make the connection and find that the perpetrator was in fact living in that neighborhood so much so that now. When i see the news break on a child missing of that age my mind immediately goes to while. I hope that they're calming this neighborhood very well. It often ends up being someone in that neighborhood and we know the statistics tell us that specifically with these child cases the in the younger victims that once they are abducted a lot of times. They're not going to be returned and it's rather quickly that they become they go from being abduction victim to murder victim. But i think that's what would have happened here. Law enforcement didn't go back and question james. Brian chadwell the second time. So with chad well. I wonder a couple things here. They're going around there. Obviously canvassing the the the neighborhood there knocking on doors and you know. Some people are a little sensitive to some of the questions that might be out there in regards to how police and how detectives might conduct. They're they're questioning even if it's in a casual manner searching for answers in whatever case it it is. I know in particular with the west memphis three case. There are people that are sensitive and don't like the nine questions at the fbi put together for the detectives to ask members of those that area. Down there in west memphis but these questions are put together in this way to really help the officers being a beat cop or a season detective. Really give them a nice gauge on the honesty level. How quickly do we prioritize this person as a possible lead in our case. Or how quickly can we de prioritize them put them lower on the list because especially in this case with this young girl. She's missing we. We're not even to the point of worried about who did this. We're not even worried about convicting someone of of ducting this little girl. Our whole thought is find her brain. Find her maker safe as soon as possible. So you see that they crafted questions. The fbi four investigators in west memphis. I wonder here captain if we have a similar situation officers going around and you know. Do knocking on doors people answering the doors. You're asking very quick questions. Have you seen along a little girl. That's going to be your. You're very quick. Your i go to your second question and in chadwell case. This is what i think they did. I think they you throw out a question that you can kind of. Have the needle point to is he. Guilty of something is hiding something or this somebody we can quickly move on from and you say something to the effect of okay. Well mr chadwell thank you for your time. Today is there. Why would somebody tell us that. They saw you talking to a little girl earlier today. You're not saying anybody told you that you're not saying that. You saw the the victim in his near his house or near his property. You're saying why would someone just like they asked damien echols. Why would we find your fingerprints at the crime scene. They didn't but he doesn't know that. But you worded in a way that you're not really truly lying to the person you're questioning and this case. I wonder if that's exactly what they did. Because most of the time captain a guilty person somebody was something to hide their immediate knee-jerk reaction is going to be well. I have to explain this away and an innocent manner and then these guys if they believe me well they'll just move onto the next house and so often they'll they'll put themselves at the crime scene. They'll say oh. Well i might have been seen there because i drive by there every day or i might have been seen in this area because i think on that particular day i got lost and turned around and so here. Why would someone tell us that they saw you talking to a little girl. Oh i think she was around here earlier. She came by here earlier budge. I haven't seen her in a while as soon as you hear that. You're going. Oh crap this guy just admitted to us that he has spoke to likely spoke to our victim and we're searching for this girl. Immediate thought get this girl saved. This girl protect this girl this due to. He's got a criminal history. He's got police record a big one. So now you're telling this dude. I don't know and we'll get into this as we go and some of this. I'm going to learn as we venture along here to captain but my guess would be if he's on probation for something right. You're going to bring that up especially if you've called in his name he's on probation for something when they say they came back to his house and then he led him in and they searched. You have to wonder. Was that coming back to his house as quickly as walking away from talking to him him saying yeah. I saw her earlier. Yeah and then running a background. Check on this dude. You know we have james. Brian chadwell the second who lives at This address on park avenue. Tell us what you know. They pull up his record. Oh he's on probation. Let's go strong arm. This guy he's going to very quickly likely let you into his home whether he's hiding anything or not a lot of times that's one thing that's interesting. And a lot of these cases we talk about something like like we had last week with Branson perry case where the the the cables a jumper cables will return to the shed. Mysteriously they weren't there before a missing and then two weeks go by and they appear well if an innocent person replace them and the police put out to the public. We want to know who had those jumper cables. Where did they come from. The innocent person comes forward and even if the person has passed. I get it you know. Hey i don't want to be. I don't want to be turned into some kind of frame job for this case. Because i got a lengthy criminal background here but a lot of times what you will see especially when it comes to sex offenders and two people on probation as soon as they're asked we talk about the pervert roundup all the time. In these cases a lot of these sexual offenders will come forward. They don't even have to go knock on their door. They come forward and they want to tell you. This is where i was that day. i'm innocent. I had nothing to do with this. I not want to be locked up for fifteen years right so they probably strong armed him. He's he's got a background he's probably on probation. You know you should probably let us in. Here's the other thing in a lot of states. I don't know about indiana good. The hoosier state but and a lot of states. They don't necessarily have to have a search warrant to force their way into a home of an individual that's on probation. Because what they can do is they can call your po right. Your po can go in there. So it's not a matter of us getting a search warrant mr chadwell. It's a matter of your show is officer so and so well it's only it's a matter of how long it takes them to drive over here and they just walk into your home bun this one of the reasons why. I'm not a detective or a cop. I mean because the ever watch true. Detective season one. And how would you know woody. Harrelson character handles justice. Midway through is probably what would happen in this case. I mean once they go down to the basement they see this nine year old has been raped either. Different reports bruising on her legs Bite marks from the dog on her legs and the rumor was that there was blood. Coming out of her is because of how badly he strangled her. You see that on a nine year old. And i'm holding a gun at be very hard not to pull the trigger and get it over with well. There's bad cops to do that. And they get locked up and there's good cops that that on if we should classify them as a bad well. I i would prefer that the that my officers are making arrest and not just shooting people vigilante style. But the the good cops focus on making the arrest in making it and a lawful way that you will secure a conviction later because that's their job is to arrest not too not not to carry out the sentence themselves i understand. That's why i'm saying. I'm not a cop right so i just wanted to have it in me. I i wouldn't have it in me like maybe you don't shoot the guy but i don't have it in me not to beat the living shit out of the guy and so that's why i'm i'm not a police. Your application has been denied. mr capped. Either go if this happened what would you do. I would beat the shit out of the guy. Well you got a lot of things going on here once you enter the premises. So you're it's you and one other officer at this time and what you have in this situation. Is you have a dog to concern yourself with dogs for whatever reason. They don't like the mailman and they don't like police. It might be the uniform. I don't know but you have a dog to contend with and you have this individual that you know has a criminal record and you're now you're now playing away game. It's his home turf. You don't know what's inside that house and so you're going to have one officer who is going to focus on the individual. Mr chadwell and the other officer is going to be observing everything for a reason why this girl may have either banned in the premises at some point or was still inside and so one of them is going to notice that. There's some type of lock and we'll get into that. And then when you do when you notice that there's some kind of contraption locking up the basement door you're going to send one officer down there and the other is going to stay up there with upstairs with mr chadwell. So he doesn't Give you the old sneak attack. And as you pointed out here earlier captain. Chadwell is just the latest among. What's being a growing list of suspects. As far as the public in the media is concerned and the journal and courier goes on to say chadwell is not the first person accused of an abduction crime. Who has been investigated as a person of interest in the delphi. Murders none of the other people of interest turned out to be a suspect this again. According to this this outlay right but will has also stadium as we've had so many people that have come on the radar as far as social media. Maybe they get a blimp in the in the actual media but this is one of the first individuals that there's national coverage of him and multiple national coverage people following up on the story. There was a lot of coverage on daniel nations. Yes there was. I mean. But that's what i'm saying is but between day and an chadwell we've had how many individuals that people have been comparing side by sides to oh we couldn't even count the number the as far as the major ones go. There's been a good handful but Yeah there's been hundreds if not a thousand or more that people online have have done side by sides and so on and so forth so to go on with this article here. They say on april nineteenth the nine year old girls. Parents reported her missing about seven pm. She been gone for about thirty minutes so the parents god bless them. Were in a very smart fully. so Were quick to act here. Chad wells next door neighbor. Jason walling told the journal courier last week that he was driving home from work turned into his alley and notice chadwell speaking with a woman in the alley. It was after that the girl was reported. He says this was after the girl was reported missing because a few minutes later police cars were parked in front of his house and officers were focused on chad. Wells house bright. The police officers not on chad. Wells door the journal courier says this might have saved. The little girl's life prosecutor said the girl told police she believed chadwell was going to kill her. The knock forced james chadwell to stop his sexual assault quickly dress and answer the door. According to the prosecutors probable cause affidavit chadwell allowed officers to search his house and they found the girl locked in the basement. She had been beaten strangled. Attacked by chad wells dog and sexually assaulted according to police and prosecutors. Meanwhile anyone with information about libyan abbey's killings is encouraged to contact law enforcement by email at abbey and libby tip at ca c. o. s. h. r. f. dot com and Of course you can find that information as well at the indiana state polices website. I think once this individual comes on their radar and they have him in custody for this crime. Now will we do know is is this individual. Is this individual capable of murder. Well from all accounts of this crime he was in the process of mergen a nine year old. And then you go a step further and go well. Is it possible he was in the area for this area is roughly what fifteen miles from delphi. So that puts him roughly in the area..
"journal courier" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Last new ownership press conference I will ever attend. It Looks like we're coming to a stop out here. The door is open. This guy is getting out of the vehicle. Oh, he's got a gun. He's got a gun. Uh, yeah. Yeah, This is not gonna end very well. That's why I'm voting for Erik. Our city. Super hyper local Sunday with Brian suits on K F. I go. Okay. I am 6 40. It is super hyper local Sunday. Our number two Brian suits here live on the radio. And, uh, just, um, seeing a couple stories they're going up. Here on Sunday night, one of them the guy that replaced the libertarian Michigan. Congressman Justin Amash eyes the guy by the name of Peter Mayer. And he's Iraq and Afghanistan. Veteran young guy 32 years old, probably probably rising star. Very smart guy. But Reason magazine is talking to him and he's He's saying that for a lot of the Republicans on Wednesday Who who voted To object to the certification of a certain results like Arizona and all that. He's saying that they did it out of literal physical fear. For themselves and their families because They've been fundraising based on this, So this is this is what he says in reason. Uh, did that the congressman has withering words for elected Republicans who have spent the past nine weeks filling protesters, ears with false conspiracy theories and unfilmable hopes. Quote they were being lied to they were being misled, he said of the demonstrators. Some of my colleagues in Congress. They share responsibility for that Many of them were fund raising off of this. Stop the steel grift. I don't understand how you can look in the mirror and go to sleep at night. Without that weighing on your conscience. I fundamentally do not. I'm just at a loss for words. About how some of them have acted in ways that are just knowingly provably false and they know they're lying to close. Quote. I It's I've never really thought on a personal level very much of Ted Cruz. He's you know, the one with the most cravenly opportunistic politicians ever since he was elected in the tea party, But he's a Republican, so I'll take him. But he's been the guy sort of the leader that charge too, because he knows he's gonna have a tough Reelection in Texas, and he's going to run for president and he wants to Wrapped his arms around all of the people who are the you know, Bitter enders with Donald Trump, who want to hear that there is somehow a glimmer of hope. There's a 1% chance is a one in a million chance. There's a Lloyd Christmas. So you're saying there's a chance that somehow Joe Biden will not be the president because of Some mythical proof of election fraud or or something, and Because there's so many people who want to believe that they have contributed money to the stop the steel thing thinking that somehow it's going to go to forensic audit of Cab County, Georgia and all that. It's not It is not, um and and and I hate to tell you this, but you've been duped you the in these last nine weeks, Uh, you've been duped and I got you know, On Wednesday, I was wondering Cool. Would fly to Washington D. C for this final dead end rally on Wednesday. What? What do you think was gonna happen? On Dever mind flying. I'm like the woman from San Diego did who was who was really, really Deeply into the Q and a on thing. Yeah, And by the way, folks have asked me. Have you ever heard me talk about that? Because when it first started whatever 3.5 years ago I did read some of that crap, and it clearly was not written by somebody with the access that they claim to have or who had experience. Mean classified information. And so I stopped reading it, but because the overwhelming majority of Americans 99.93% have never held a security clearance It was. It seemed like it was authentic, didn't it? And so a lot of people bought it. And it's slowly I think it you know, in some ways it built but it peeled off a lot of people because it kept saying that any week now the rest will be coming. And Adam Schiff. It better have his, um, his affairs in order. On Dancy. Pelosi had better have her money in a trust because she's gonna be in prison and Eddie get kept promising all that, but it never delivered did it? So that just on the face of it clearly, that's not someone who's in the know. And now you boil it down to these dead enders. There was a rally in Frankfurt, Kentucky, and I tweeted out of story to it from the Kentucky Journal courier. Incest Whatever. And there's a bunch of people in Frankfurt, Kentucky with a P a system And, of course, his Kentucky is an open carry state. They have they have loaded weapons slung over their shoulder. And they're not brandishing them at anyone, but they're just they're present there. They're possessing them in public. Which, of course, would is shocking to most Californians because we it's been several years since open carry was legal here. Um on then it had to be a unloaded pistol and all that. But in Kentucky there they have air 15 style weapons and they are slinging them over their shoulder. And they're giving fiery speeches. Um About the that this is this is all just a rope a dope. This is Trump letting the the Communist conspirators think that they won and then Like the battle of the bulge Like Hitler..
"journal courier" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"We all sort of get it by osmosis that I used to think that that people were responsible for their leaders. I don't anymore. And so it's totally unjust, ludicrous and over generalized to suggest that its victims and victimizers what I take off against increasing these governments. Remember, I have stone, who you know, once described governments is comprised entirely of liars, and nothing they say should ever be believed. Quite right and toast. I once said governments are a collection of men who do violence to the rest of us. Between between Izzie is down and tell it I've got it about right. Seems to me they're all bad and some worse. And hello. Hello. Thanks So much for tuning in. Well, who am I? I am Alison breaker and I am not afraid of learning Communist governors. I'm joined once again by my excellent ho co hosts who keeps me honest in my research, Kelly Hello? Hello, everybody. Good evening. Now we're back early because we've been doing shows if you haven't tuned in, we're doing shows regularly now trying to get better, adding some video in adding all kinds of fun. Little fun clips, too. To go along with the show were streaming on Facebook live. We're over on YouTube. And of course you can still always here is over. Liberty talk done. If M were try casting this evening, it's been An eventful couple of days. And tomorrow is the next Governor Holcomb Press conference. Yes, Tomorrow's presser should be a real doozy. Well, I just find it interesting that he thought that all the rumors Rumors. Rumors were Fleetwood Mac Song about Rivers or an album about rumors. One of the other but apparently the journal Courier. Aboulafia did not get the memo because just simply take a look at your screen there. Look at that beautiful head like Governor Holcomb resists dialing back to stage five. And and why do you think he might have resisted? Taking us back down to the second lock down. Could it be that libertarian candidate Donald Rainwater. Set the record for Indiana gubernatorial Libertarian candidates in the history of the Libertarian Party. There close to 500,000 Hoosiers, about a half a million who's almost a half a million Hoosiers 10% of Rich, which the guy from the Wabash Plain Dealer Awesome to him for pointing it out. 10% of Republicans in Wabash County, peeled off and voted straight Donald's meeting. They voted for Donald Trump. And then they also voted Libertarian for Donald Rainwater. Whoops yet that was the ticket. I mean, we could not understand. Governor Holcomb is basically acted like a king since the initiation of this locked down Right, just getting more and more Sowing his oats. I guess they're feeling is well, he's issued 46 total edicts. 46 you Khun Reed always march, right? Yeah, Since the start stops reading the master, they said the unelected o b g Y n doctor box in the guy who's also monitoring social media. Steven Cox. How do you do? You can't make this stuff up Boxing Cox. I mean, I stopped reading the executive orders after those two yahoos were tasked with potentially forcibly extracting Hoosiers from their homes for, you know, quarantine purposes and again, you might think. If this was 1995 that that kind of thing is a conspiracy theory. But again, it's literally in black and white there until the order and the order is still a standing orders. It's still in effect, and it's not just that. We have the World Health Organization, The guy that was invented to a one. He seems like a real nice guy. But you know, those are the ones you trust. The least he's talked about forcibly going in and moving people from their homes is the most effective way to stop the virus. Yeah. News flash. There is no stopping the virus. There's no stopping the virus know Evangelina is going Tio move through us. And It'll mutate. I'm sure many more times just the same way the flu does. And you know There you go. So Going to have to deal with it, But we're going to gain immunity in the in the meantime. So you know, I hate when Facebook auto completes and I'm trying to just say hello to somebody. Hello? Hello. Hello. Hello out there. It's it's tough to keep all these screens going on at the same exact time. Thanks for tuning in. So we're here in kind of a spitball. And yeah, well, because the big question is what What will hope on due tomorrow at the press conference? What will he say? Are we going to be adding restrictions? What is, you know, Maybe he's going to explain a little more what he means with this surgical Approach. He's trying to take which I think really just means deferring. Everything Tio counties and mayors and Ringing and even more local bring it bring it more local makes it much easier for all of us as far as I'm concerned. Well, you know, I think the doom room because if you if you haven't if you're not a veteran of watching the online Holcomb press conferences, which it now it starts to look like my studio is actually nicer than where they're Broadcasting on him like they used to broadcast out of the governor's conference room there in the state House. And now I'm not sure. Maybe they're in a in a secure bunker in the in the basement, But, yeah, it did look like a basement dwelling it did. It did not look very It didn't look very much like civilian government ID looked like it was like after the apocalypse, where they were broadcasting last week's with the Blue Curtain. And of course, we have to remember now. This was the day after the election after Election Day, so you're staying. Maybe Holcomb did hunker down himself. Maybe he was concerned that if you have been to Indianapolis, it looks like a real hellhole. Looks like a real health. Hold the circle of the mess. Still, after all of these months, you know, because riding They? They've continued to board up. Even more areas in places were boarding up even today, right now, before I get too far away from my original point here is, I hope Holcomb will explain more of himself tomorrow because even though he's tried to dispel, like all of this, going back to earlier stages of the lock down with some sort of conspiracy theory to use his words, David rumor Right. Multiple media outlets cover the story. As like, Oh, my gosh. There's all these awful rumors out there. And then, as you can see on the screen there with the journal Courier, they didn't really get the memo. WNBC has a similar story. If I could pull that up here they were because the very next day he Reiterated hokum bhai fueling spread. You know this is the warning because we're his Children mask resistance could lead to other restrictions. And then if you go down here You've got an interesting thing. But the reason I'm hoping that he's going to explain himself is that because it seemed during last week's bunker basement press conference that even the special state approved zoom room journalists who never seemed to be able to ask a real question. Some of them some of them do. I will give some of them room they seemed kind of confused as well as to why we were moving back to there was I I listened again to the press conference and there was about while I was doing. 10 other things, and there was about two or three other questions that seemed like hey, you're showing us all these scary maps of all these county is getting more and more cases running out of hospital capacity. So why aren't we moving back and stay or what? What really is your plan, so Interesting. You know, we'll see. So there's been some developments. Of course, this has been on going over the last several weeks here in the United States, you know more and more states locking down Not locking down for, say, adding some really ridiculous restrictions that are essentially fuck up your entire life. So But yesterday was kind of interesting. The governor of Utah Republican governor of Utah. Has put together on delivered to his people, his edicts. As follows. So I guess they did not have a mask mandate. Lucky for them, but they're getting one now. And limits on social gatherings. An extra curricular activities. No. One outside Household's cannot mingle at all. None of them, none of them know gatherings. With more than one household. And $10,000 fine..
"journal courier" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"WIBC. Well, was a busy week at the legislature with respect to issues regarding education. And so we thought by my good friend and sparring partner just an Oakley on what he does the podcast. Just let me teach also has little television online presence as well that he gets lots of guests talking to education. I was actually on there about a week or so ago suggested my friend always you here. Thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me back. Okay. My friend. Well, let's talk about a little bit about teacher. Pay governor Holcomb unveiled his budget today. Sort of saying this is not the final product. But at least at initial start offering up sixty million dollars over the next couple of years four dollars at hopefully be used for teacher, pay thirty million bucks a year ten million and tax credits for teachers for school supplies, another twenty million dollars that they hope will turn into salaries is that a good start. Well, something I'm sure a lot of people are going to say, no. But probably not in the last decade of what's being cut and all that. But it's it's it's it's anything going into the direction towards teacher pay is a good thing. But as far as I've seen so far a lot of people are very questionable about that. And we can talk about oh, rocky Killian statement that he put out there that you'd like to do that too. Well, well, here's the thing that that understand. And and you and I've talked about this before it's been interesting to get your perspective in front of our audience is why I guess I guess my question is how much how much of a raises a razor people looking for. I mean, that's that's one thing. I don't understand because you know, the governor said, hey, you know, we're start with this number. But you know, how much of a raise do people want. What I like somebody to do it. This session is just I think it would take about five minutes is to take a salary schedule from two thousand eight to two thousand ten and show where teachers were add on a salary schedule in that time period versus where they. They would be today if that salary schedule and laws had not been changed to show you why people are upset and where they've been cap. So for example, many school districts that are they have not seen pay rages. So if you look at like, Gary, Indiana, for example, I don't think they've had I'm pretty sure that group of teachers has had a raise in a decade. And then you got rural schools that haven't seen an increase in salary and almost ten years. So are some schools doing? Okay. Yes. That's why I think there's so convoluted you you you on the show also week or so ago, we talked about this as well. Until everybody's eating out of the same Dempster, you'll be different different effects here. But in any direction of getting more money towards a teacher pay teacher salary. And we also address that Abdul just because they say fifty percent of the budget goes to school is doesn't mean that any of that all that goes to teachers now one things that the House Republicans talked about this past week was. Passing legislation that would wouldn't necessarily mandate. But but encouraged I'm using air quotes here encourage schools, suspend eighty eighty-five percent on their operational revenue that they get from the state on teachers salaries and speaker till the some school districts, basically, look there were like ninety ninety percent already there. Some. But we're we're way below shouldn't. We at the very least old friend before we start talking about more money for schools. You know, like like, we tell our kids like, what are you? What are you spending your money on right now? And maybe they're maybe we can find a few dollars there. Perhaps. But I think this is again, this is a this is a convoluted very difficult discussion. And I'm glad you, and I have continued to have this for almost going on eight years. I misspoke again Abdul on our show last week. Ran for superintendent. I'm all eight years ago. It was a it was a cut and dried in remember all these new laws and all this new funding was supposed to make things more transparent more cut and dry and better at I contend that. It has not most people now that the the SS hit the fan on a school. Budgeting. Hey, rocky Killian said just a couple of days ago super ten of the year. Rocky Killian this he found one hundred and eighty million dollars doing three things cut. My step cutting. I read and cutting vouchers. Okay. Oh, that's triple what the governor found for two years. He founded in one swoop funny, you bring that up because just so people know, by the way, our guest today is our good friend. Justin, Oakley does the the blog and podcast. Just let me teach ours kind of old education sparring partners what we love to get together. And have our have our discussions. I was interesting because I remember seeing that same column in the Fort Wayne journal journal gazette if I remember either journalists enter journal courier one of the one of the two part of the problem. Here's here's here's here's part of the issue. Here is part of the problem the testing, whether it's no step. I read is mandated by the federal government. No for terms of accountability. So I guess my question is where where do you? How do you get the accountability? Okay. Stop spending money on testing. But if it's mandated by the federal government is that really the state of Indiana's issue or should the superintendent other superintendents Gobi talking to their elected officials saying, hey, alleviate some of these mandatory testing that you're having us to whether it was under no child left behind or every student succeeds. And then that will leave you some of that burden. Or? Yeah. Racist topper every student succeeds or no child left behind or the layers of alphabet soup said both parties have passed federally. That's a good question. I'd do that they seem to just keep passing the buck on the anytime. We talk about testing, I think if you went to everyday average users and said, look, clearly a.
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"Twenty pm starts shooting. He's dressed in all black as described they say thirty shots from a pistol. Also went our smoke grenades. One hundred people inside the bar Tyler Spady was there. We spoke to him that interview is at WIBC dot com. Make sure to give a listen and share it. He was there actually looked at the gunman who was pointing in his direction jumped over a wall got into the kitchen was able to escape through the kitchen helped some other. Attendees of the bars. Some some women jump over a wall to then run to safety looking in a neighborhood for a house to take them in. It's an incredible story. It's act WABC dot com. Twelve people dead the gunman himself, we believe himself dead. We don't yet have a motive. We don't know how the gunman was killed. We do know that there is a a police officer twenty nine year veteran who was killed. As well as he entered the. Entered the bar. We'll have more on this coming up. But I want to get to this. Tweet a day banger is with journal courier. And and and I happen to like his writing. I I'm not all his politics. But that that's fine. But I happen to like his writing. He might disagree with me on some things totally fine with that. And it was Marco Rubio, the Senator from Florida who talking about Jim Acosta said I don't think they should revoke his White House pass revoking press access for being rude is a very slippery slope. But the White House passes to cover the news not make yourself. The news this tweet and his behavior is not what you is. What you expect from an activist not a journalist, and he's talking about Jim Acosta who wrote don't believe the lies coming from the White House believe in our freedoms. Thank you all for your support. We won't back down. And I wrote that they should revoke his White House pass. And Dave wrote dang Tony GATS. And I basically explains as as. As as clearly as as I could. That two things the revoking of Jim Acosta's press pass. The reporter from CNN is not an assault on you or me meaning him and me as as people in media him. A reporter me me doing commentary, nor is it on the freedom of the press. The White House can state that the way they're people were handled the way he treated his White House aide wage trade the president was unacceptable as they did about. For example, Corey Lewin, douse key when he was the campaign manager for Trump and Michelle fields issue. Remember that Michelle fields complain that Lewin, douse guy, grabs her arm. And I thought at the time. Okay. I have been a lot of scrums with the press people do get jostled around. I didn't see it as a big deal. When the White House aide. Not the press scrum, but a press conference and the White House aide is there to take the micro and that's their job and you push back on that. Whether you do it at a live event where I've seen people do that before you do it. And you do it at the White House that is rude and that can be seen as a promise. Specially when you're pushing somebody aside. So these the context is a little different there. But they can decide that you know, what they're gonna they're gonna hold it to the Lindau standard, and they're going to revoke access. My other point is that the press shows up the press reports, the press spoke can expose lies and missteps with the administration all fair game and their job. I support the job would I do not support is Jim Acosta lecturing the president refusing to give up a microphone or pushing aside White House aide. I don't support those things. Jim Rebecca said, okay. Appreciate you. Explain. I mean, Debra back my day banger. I I like writes up there journal courier. You. Should you should give his stuff a read? We've got updates on all of the things there is a lot going on. But what happens to Tucker Carlson? That's got my attention because that. That's the future for guys like me. This phone drives me crazy, excuse me, sprinter and from sprint chairman. New iphone ten are with an amazing liquid intas.
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"US air force I know We mentioned at the top of the, show I it's one of those weekends where you kind of snap your fingers from last week into. This weekend not not. Any disrespect To last week in, as far as things happening but, it seems like we kind of kicked in the shape of running out of things to talk. About we're already previewing the college football season and over the next two, nights we'll do our, part to get you the. Information you need on your division one football team we'll preview some of the things we have coming up tomorrow. Night to and, like we said the personal flavor of things I've added a. Couple of my regular guests, on my show up on Muncie. Sports station from four to five in the afternoons George Burma from the, hero bulletin who covers the. Indianapolis Colts and he told me today it's his, ninth straight training camp he'll join us, tomorrow after the full padded practice for, the Indianapolis Colts Tony Donahue from network Indiana, we mentioned that before one of my favorites coach Bob Bartolomeo from the. University of Indianapolis you know when when I was, really really just not very smart when I started that's the guy who had to take all my. Dumb questions early on So and he's been a good, sport about it and, then I'll never forget he. Sent me an Email when I graduated from you Wendy four years ago and said you always handed yourself like. Vet and I'm, like not that first year but but coach will join us. And I'm very much looking, forward to catching up with coach. And I'll actually be doing their opening game at grand Dolly state a, pair of top ten ranked. Teams in the preseason poll in division two football, will have a chance to speak with, coach Bartolomeo, tomorrow I'll coach level will, join his own show Mike Carman from the, journal courier up Wafi anche we'll talk a little Purdue football with us Impact boy went from the Pacers radio network in Indiana. Fever will stop in he's a regular guest on my show is Well Paul conjuring going to rejoin the, shell regional, sports network, that'll be a fun conversation talking high school football, and Luke Martin play by play voice for the state sycamore all of that coming up on tomorrow's show and it'll be absolutely, outstanding because those guys are going to kind of, carry us through and give. You a lot more and if you have some information, out they're going to give you, some more information and we're very. Much looking forward, to that we take, all the forty affiliates from across the state more than four forty affiliates that have our show fifty two weeks out of the year now the first year we've, been doing that and if you want more information from us and and. I I honestly you know being a part of this show for five years I've been able to see this firsthand that when I'm looking for a score in. High school football or high school basketball guesswork I go I I go to the Twitter of eighty and a sports talk so if you have not fold us on Twitter you're gonna wanna do show weeding up to. That first week of high school football, because I I can almost guarantee that if the school or a broadcaster or a coach. Or somebody in the stands is tweeted out the score of you of a game somebody behind the scenes here has tweeted it out in a. Retweets to make sure that somebody can supply to to get that information show at I n d sportstalk, you're gonna, wanna make, sure you follow us to do that that that, that's a selfless plug but I I'm not joking when I say when I look for a score it's there man it's amazing How many how many people know about what we're doing and being able to get that information across social media you can also. Like us Indiana sports talk with Bob level a what more media stuff on there and what I mean by that videos and pictures and all sorts, of, stuff if you're a high school sports fan in general eighty. And sports talk on Facebook is going to help, you accomplish that now once we get into the season we want to grind this into your, energy your hands a little bit hashtag I s t is the way to do that with any score with any video with anything in high school and we. Ask you to be interactive we ask you to be interactive because that makes it more fun for us on this side when we're reporting. Everything to you and coach is talking to the media members and the coaches and everything it makes it fun because if. He's just, talked to a. Coach and he saw on Twitter that he has, an opening, kickoff. Video from New. Palestine and Columbus east he can say you know hey I saw that video you're gonna want to check out our Twitter and coach does a great job with that so that that that's a preview. Of things to come we we will try to to get Jerry Hutchins on the show talking Indiana hoosiers football but what's interesting about Indiana Is that. Last year they were a five win football team and you kind of go into. The year and feel as though. Last year was was a little bit of a disappointment if you walk up and down the, schedule I can, pick out, a, select few here the. Michigan state game was eight point game the Marilyn game was three point spread Eleanor was very close game down the stretch ended up being a. Ten point game you lost to Purdue by seven that's what four games right there within. Ten ten points or less You know you get. One of those games you're. A bowl eligible team and I with without being inside the program without, hearing Tom? Allen speak I can almost guarantee that that is a point of emphasis in finishing. Games this year because honestly, Indiana as a school, should be competing with the Eleanor finding the why they should they. Should be competing with Maryland he Michigan, state year I need year out is, one of those teams, that is, in the top twenty, five, every so. Often and last year when they, played them they were the. Eighteenth ranked team so that's a game again do you have, an opportunity to knock off a team like that you you short we wanna do show by that's much more understandable than. Three point spread to Maryland I in a, ten point spread Illinois those games you should. Be able to find a way to take. Care of and so as a five. One team when you have those many close games you go in a you know. Tom Allen could say hey we. Were we were really close last year but close is not good Good enough and as a first year, head coach with the situation of you kind of going through a. Roller coaster type of spread you know, they've had some seasons in the past, where they've they made, a bowl, game you know the, Terry, Hafner year. From from the early two thousands, they had a chance to Be, really really exciting but then it seems, like a coaching change was always. Always on the horizon and take a couple of. Steps back and they would find we get up there and then they would change coaches again. But we're Tom Allen here I think as far as a first year, tenure it's been at, a that's a pretty good first year tenure five and seven all things considered and, I know he wants to improve upon, that this year should be an exciting. Schedule that I you will have to to to speak of they start. Off with Florida international in. Miami on the first of September which is. A Saturday and then have to back to our three. Back to. Back to back home games two against out of conference opponents Virginia who they had success against last year that is the. Following week, as we to ball state in interstate game that's, in Bloomington this year that, is also, on a Saturday at noon and then you put, your, way into big ten play With Michigan state being your first opponent in that is at memorial stadium in Bloomington so certainly four. To international games one you feel like you're going to have a great, chance great chance to, compete and then Virginia ball state in Michigan state without looking and knowing much about, Michigan state you go to in one, in that in that stretch right there. And you find a way to win the opener you have a very. Good chance of going three. In wine right at the start of the. Season so I I like without breaking down the roster You know they much smarter people than I we need to get on this show to talk about that but just looking at the way it stacks up for the. Indiana hoosiers it looks good, at the start of the year and if you go one step further to you've got Rutgers, on the road in week five, on the road but again a Rutgers team which you should, compete with so what's exciting about that you know he's looking through Notre Dame schedule and produce schedule they they all kinda go along the same trend, same with ball state that there's a good opportunity for some of these interstate division one schools. To have a real chance to. Do, some nice things right at the start of the year, so should be very exciting Brad Huber in rob con Ed or keeping me in wind tonight on network Indiana's Indiana sports talk John Herrick in our network Indiana studios providing the, scoreboard updates for you every fifteen minutes and he's. Coming up here in about four minutes should be absolutely exciting to hear what John has in store..
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"Employers happen told they'll, be, laid off a source quoted by the New York Post says with Ivanka having left to become. A White House staffer in April of two thousand seventeen the brand never recovered the president's daughter saying in a statement. She's beyond grateful and excited for the next chapter James flippin NBC, News Radio New. York General Motors will become the first major automaker to offer peer to peer car sharing. This is a way. For owners and eligible lessees to earn money by renting their personal Chevrolet Buick GMC or Cadillac the car sharing program will utilize the maven urban. Mobility service platform TM vice president Julius Stein says, your, car, is one of the most expensive things you own sitting idle it's a wasted asset, she goes on to say that, mavens peer-to-peer, offering is, a smart way for. Owners to offset their vehicle investment a e, NBC News Radio Papa. John's board of directors reportedly is trying To keep its. Founder from taking over the company the Louisville journal, courier reported on Sunday that company. Leaders are considering a poison. Pill to keep John schnatter from retaking the company because he still owns twenty nine percent of it. Should have resigned as, chairman of the company that bears his name earlier this month after using a. Racial slur but more. Recently has said he's had a change, of heart schnatter said he used the n. word. During a meeting as, a, way to emphasize how much he hates racism Tom Roberts NBC News Radio the global business travelers. Association sees airfares and hotel rates going up next year they predict to two point six percent bump an airfare and..
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"Seventeen after a seven. O'clock the reason I asked you that, question. By the way is whether or not she was getting the vibe in DC because she's got her she's got. Her to the rail, much like Jon decker you know that's what they do day, in and day out, what, the, reaction, was in DC in terms of you know what really is. Behind all of this, and when I say cut off the head of the snake you know what I'm, talking about ousting the Iranian president Hassan Ruini key witnesses. In the Paul Manafort trial get immunity deals FOX's Sean lend Jill has the details from, DC five witnesses. Being, granted. Immunity, to testify in the upcoming federal. Trial, of President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort federal judge Monday releasing the names of. James Brennan Donald dug. In Colorado Brian Cindy LaPorta and Dennis Reiko were all believed to work for financial institutions Manafort. Is facing charges which he's pled not guilty to a Bank in town Fraud related, to. His working Ukraine district. Judge T S Ellis also granted requests money from manafort's lawyers to delay the start of the trial so manafort's legal team can sort through. Thousands of documents the is now delayed until July thirty. First in, Washington Shawn liangelo Fox News after seven o'clock Papa John's board of directors is reportedly trying to keep, us founder from taking over the company the Louisville. Journal courier reports that company leaders are considering a poison pill, to keep John schnatter from retaking the company because he still owns twenty nine percent of that. Company schnatter resigned as board chair of, the. Company that bears his name earlier this month after using a racial slur but more recently has said that he. Has a change of, heart now schnatter said that he used the n. word during, a meeting as a, way, to, emphasize, how much he hates racism so Papa John's board is looking. To keep Papa John, out of the mix we'll see if that is successful Massaging. App Snapchat the,.
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"NBC News Radio I'm Brian shook. Authorities in Toronto are identifying the gunman in, a deadly mass shooting last night as Faisal Hussein the twenty nine year old from Toronto killed two people including a, ten year old girl and injured dozen, other Sunday. Night in the eastern Toronto neighbourhood of greektown Hussein was found dead after a shootout with. Police White House press secretary Sarah. Sanders says President Trump is looking into revoking the security clearances of. Several Obama era, officials say president is exploring. The mechanisms to remove security. Clearance because they've politicized? And in some cases monetize their public service and security clearances. At the. White House today Sanders said the group includes. Former CIA. Director John Brennan who was harshly critical of Trump after his summit with Russian President Vladimir. Putin as well as FBI director James. Comey and former national security adviser Susan Rice Sanders also said that Trump, is not trying to divert attention from his Russia Controversies by going after Iran outside the White House Sanders said, the president has the ability to focus. On more than. One issue at a time unlike a lot of those in the media she accused reporters of, being obsessed with Russia the man charged in a crash that killed a Dallas police officer during a funeral procession is out. On bond Adrian breedlove, is charged with intoxication manslaughter he's accused of plowing into senior corporal Jimmy Gibbons, was blocking. An interstate twenty, ramp for the funeral escort of. Fellow officer on Saturday morning breedlove was booked into, the Dallas county jail later that day with bail set at seventy, six thousand dollars which he posted early on Sunday Tom Roberts NBC News Radio Robert Wilkie. Is the new secretary of the VA the, Senate made it official by confirming Wilkie today President Trump fired VA secretary David Schulkin this past spring Trump I nominated, veteran White House physician Ronnie Jackson to, replace Schulkin. Admiral Jackson withdrew his name amid allegations of workplace misconduct you're listening to the The latest from NBC News Radio Underwood's of thousands of, demonstrators took to the. Streets of Israel yesterday they were protesting the fact that the government was not to amend a. Law that would have let gay couples use, surrogacy to father children their anger was further. Fueled by an apparent about face from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu he had previously committed to supporting the amended law. And then voted against it on Facebook. Netanyahu said he is in favor of. Surrogacy for both fathers and mothers he vowed to support more. Comprehensive legislation at a future date a. Lisa z. NBC News Radio Papa John's board of directors is reportedly trying to keep its founder from taking, over the company the Louisville journal, courier reported yesterday that, company, leaders are considering a poison pill to keep John. Schnatter from retaking the company because he still owns. Twenty nine percent of the, company schnatter resigned as board chairman. Of the company that bears his name earlier this month after using a racial slur but more recently has said he's, had a change of Heart the State. Department is set to host the first ever ministerial meeting to promote and advance religious freedom delegations and leaders for more than eighty countries are expected. To attend the three day event in Washington DC the meeting is intended, to reaffirm. International commitments to protect and preserve the religious freedom rights of people around the world those in attendance will also talk about ways to fight religious persecution and discrimination. And ensure greater respect for religious freedom the ministerial to advance. Religious freedom gets underway on Tuesday Lisa. Carter NBC News Radio CW supergirl series is making history by announcing they would include the. First transgender superhero the role will be played by Nicole Maine's who made headlines after she wanted discrimination lawsuit after her school refused to let her use the girl's bathroom producers say the character NIA now also known as dreamers is a soulful young transgender woman with a fierce drive to protect. Others season four of supergirl will begin on October fourteenth Brian..
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"Today NBC, News Radio I'm Tom Roberts US coast guard crews are lifting an ill-fated duck boat from the waters of the southern. Missouri lake the boat will be turned over. To inspectors as an, investigation continues Lauren Smith tells NBC's today show she lost her son and grandson on, the boat but she was able to save a. Little girl she felt really bad because she said us off children around the in the water screaming The help of the. Waves were so high she's kept pushing away seventeen people died in stormy weather on table. Rock lake Thursday evening Toronto mayor John Torrey is calling yesterday's deadly. Mass shooting in his city a cowardly act of violence to people plus the shooter were, killed when a gunman randomly opened, fire in the city's greektown neighborhood Tori says, Toronto will, always stand. Strong while our city will always be resilient in the face of such attacks it does not mean. Such, a terrible act committed against our residents, is any less painful this is an, attack against, innocent. Families and against, our entire city the suspect died in a gunfight with police President Trump is warning Iran's president via. Twitter not to threaten the US again saying. That the country would, suffer unprecedented consequences White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says the tweets were not aimed, at diverting attention away from the president's controversies about. Russia meanwhile the president tweets that the quote Amazon Washington Post lost a landmark internet sales Tax case in the supreme court, and is now going crazy against him Record-breaking temperatures are threatening the south west with, heat so intense, it could increase the risk of wildfires and NBC reporter Tammy Lightner. Says many big cities are seeing triple digits on the thermometer this week Houston is opening five cooling centers across the. City in Phoenix where temperatures or expected to soar to one fifteen today. Rescue crews responding to numerous reports of hikers, suffering from heat related issues the food. And Drug administration is green lighting a new, drug to treat recurring malaria you're listening, to the latest from NBC News Radio Adviser to the. Country the focus Sunday was on discrediting FBI bias explained by the. Steele dossier and the Devin Nunes mammo- the FBI documentation seemed. To indicate that the four Republican judges weighing the application were provided with evidence beyond the dossiers contents Mike Bauer NBC, News Radio Papa John's board of directors is reportedly trying to stop its founder from taking over the company the Louisville journal courier reported yesterday that company leaders are considering a poison pill to keep John schnatter from retaking, the company because he still owns. Twenty nine percent of. It schnatter resigned as board chairman earlier this month. After using. Racial slur but more recently has said he's had a, change of heart, a racehorse is dead and the jockeys hurt after an accident at. The del mar racetrack during the morning training sessions the Horace Bobby Abu Dhabi collapsed tossing jockey Victor Espinoza to the. Ground officials in San Diego County believed that the horse suffered a sudden. Cardiac arrest and died instantly Espinosa suffered a, fractured vertebra and several other injuries but, is expected to be okay Espinosa road American fare Oh to a triple. Crown win in two thousand fifteen. And says he's saddened about what happened Jayson Campadonia NBC News Radio passengers who get their monthly tickets. From the.
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"Convenience of it and not having to take time off work to go to you know in your neighborhood necessarily you really can't go anywhere you want to vote i don't think it hurts i i don't think that there's a whole lot of proof it drives turn out but people here love it and then i'll be honest it's been amazing you know we get laughed at by everyone in indianapolis you know across the rest of the state mystifying how a place like indianapolis can't figure this out i i understand the politics but it just is with everything else in the way it is with convenience and move to convenience why that's not done in indianapolis is that answers there you go they'll trust each other well we we didn't trust each other here either necessarily and you know they just they just did and this is a this is a county that that goes in two or three different directions depending on what's going on in you know who's on the ballots democratic mayor on one side of the river republican mayor on the other side a fairly heavily republican county ministration it doesn't seem to play into this and you got ta makita touting that he's he's leading based probably on the fact that to be the county is voting on turning out right now are they as day bangor davis but the journal courier the newspaper up in lafayette tippecanoe county and get into perspective outside the four six five bubbly dave one of the other things i wanted to pick your brain on is the fourth congressional district that is congressman repeat is by the seat that he has vacating you've got about thirteen people i think on both democrat and republican side running to fill that vacancy at looks like at least on the republican side of things is pretty much come down to former state rep steve braun worked head of workforce development former mike pence aid diego morales and state rep jim bear how is that race looking since that seems to be the big one to sort of pay attention to as far as contested primaries go in the state a couple one to really get a read on i think you're right on the republican side those three that you talk about they've all raised in six figures i mean if you're just doing it on cash value.
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"Do a large here on ninety three double d our guest today is j beggar dave is a columnist at the lafayette journal and courier journal courier pay for that is up and tippecanoe county i thought it'd be good to bring somebody on the program today that presents a little bit of a different perspective than the usual sort of four sixty five inside the inside the donut county bob loop perspective and so dave we appreciate you being on the program today before move onto the fourth district gordon you talked to a couple of moscow about early voting in presidential elections you folks get about half your people showed up to vote early and primary says about third has early voting increased voter turnout it's been my experience that i'm all for giving people more ways to vote and get this out the way that early voting really doesn't drive or vote centers don't necessarily drive turnout as they do just sort of shift the people who would have voted election day just find a reason to do it earlier and there's really not necessary early net increase on voter participation however vits a really contested race or really hot issue those are more likely to dry people to the polls than necessarily how many places they can vote early this is drive and the candidates are gonna drive that's been my experience here we've been doing it for nearly ten years or so and we're one of the early pilots pilot projects for it but for example this year we also have probably the biggest races here and then drive the most traffic will be our sheriff's race and prosecutors whether it's on the republican side will decide who wins there are no democrats that have filed yet those will drive that traffic early voting he's not gonna do it but the.