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"justice ellen" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

Fantasy Football Today

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today

"I don't know i feel like a lot of them. Suck and that's why they go late and they won't be very very good. Kaelin balaj is not good. Caleb allies like mark walton might be better than them balaj and if kenyan drake gets hurt then campbell is just going to be terrible. They're terrible t with a terrible offensive line so if if kenyan drake doesn't get hurt and balaj is involved in the passing game. Why do i even want to draft kaelin balaj. I have a very different opinion on these guys. I guess so. I'll let ben talk as well. I don't want to have the final word but jamie let me get you in on this argument. I think it's case specific you know with <hes> with one name you you said was just has to so there is uncertainty because we don't know what will happen if marketing or more to get hurt but you're also buying into a team. That's going to be so run dominant and if you talk about talent i can't imagine the ravens looking at justice ellen saying he's not more talented than gus edwards assuming kenneth dixon's off the roster so i could see justice still getting some touches in tandem with him. I think he's one of those guys you have to be patient asian with your argument about balazs correct. You know i mean i saw it firsthand. When i went to the third preseason game between the jaguars and the dolphins he did not look good and that was a game where laremy tunsil did not play so you're talking talking about the not having their best offensive lineman and as we know there's the trade circulating or trade rumors circulating about tonsil being gone so it's it's case by case you know ben brought up some guys before you know the ethos bill smith of the world we we've seen devante freeman. Go down so in a situation like that. You're talking opportunity and can you take advantage of the opportunity. So is this a matter of how you value those guys like you. You keep keep saying jamal williams. We've seen him get a significant amount of touches on aaron. Jones hasn't been there will still do that. You know with extra williams if that's someone that they like <hes> in that and that's something again going back to aspen. How long are you willing to ride it out with some of these guys before you get rid of them and then when you do do you regret anything bad. Add there go ahead. I i have a couple of comments number. One one of the underrated advantages to doing as you're running back or being thin running back in the early early part is you're giving yourself more opportunities to hit a breakout and the breakouts out running back. Do come a leak breakouts last year. It was james connor the year before i was alvin kamara we've seen gene went. Devante freeman initially broke out we saw when melvin gordon initially broke out both those guys who are in their second season and i i mentioned the running back dead zone piece when i did that research the breakout rates in the later rounds. They're not great. They the guys that do break out. There almost always young running backs. Which is why. I think it's really interesting to highlight. These young running backs that i just did that are are lower a._d._p. On e._s._p._n. Guys like caitlin balaj yes. He's young but <hes> he's not a guy that i necessarily the think of in that class. He's more of a bridge back from me. Somebody i know is going to have an early season role edo smith jamal williams. Those guys are a couple years into their careers. It's guys that we don't necessarily yeah no justice hill yet. Maybe he won't have a role. Maybe he's as good as alvin kamara because i'm kamerhe was going in the same range when he was a rookie and no one thought he was alvin kamara. Nobody necessarily thought james connor the upside he did last season. <hes> you know nick job was a seventh round..

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"justice ellen" Discussed on X96

X96

10:16 min | 2 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on X96

"And now, maybe it's all finally behind him in motion. Sentencing of the man who killed Morgan Freeman's, granddaughter, the defendant's family screamed in in the courtroom that it was all Morgan Freeman's fault. Alleging that he had sexually abused. The victim when she was younger his own granddaughter Morgan Freeman molested her and he caused this. He did this Lamar Davenport's mother yelled to a reporter as she was ushered out of the court for shouting to her son when Justice Ellen Bye-bye on handed down a twenty year sentence. He's innocent. It was an accident. She insisted he allegations of an affair between Morgan Freeman. And his step granddaughter at dinner Hines were made by the defense during Davenport's murder trial in Manhattan supreme court Freeman has strongly denied the allegations. Davenport was convicted of stabbing MS Hines who was his girlfriend more than twenty five times in August of two thousand fifteen on west one hundred sixty second street, he was in the throes of a PCP induced range when he murdered her in full of neighbors and pedestrians in a partial win for the defense. Mr davin. Port was found guilty of the lesser in -cluded charge manslaughter, you waive jury trial leaving his fate entirely in hands of the judge who sentenced him to twenty years. And now maybe it's finally finally behind Morgan Freeman. Here's good news for people who like stranger things, I'm kind of you know, it's funny. I watched season one I meant to watch season two never got around to it and meant to watch season three never got around to it. But because season three hasn't been out yet. Oh, okay. It's was thinking it's getting a release date watch. It was. Okay. It was and then season three I was sort of watching it. And then kind of just trailed off. It was. Season three. But I know a lot of people like it. It's just to tell you a net flexes announced that it will be released on the fourth of July. Okay. And people will be very excited about that. Because a lot of people still still love it. So there you President Trump. According to BuzzFeed news, directed his longtime. Attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress about negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow, according to to federal law enforcement officials involved in an investigation of the matter says so Trump also to Michael I said to federal law enforcement officials insist. Oh. Federal law enforcement officials involved in an investigation of the manor. Trump also supported a plan set up by Michael Cohen to visit Russia during the presidential campaign in order to personally meet with President Vladimir Putin and jumpstart the tower negotiations make it happen. The sources said Trump told Michael Cohen, and even as Trump told the public that he had no business deals with Russia. The sources said that Mr. Trump and his children, I von Goethe and Donald Trump junior received regular detailed updates about the real estate development from Michael Cohen who may put in charge of project. Michael Cohen pleaded guilty in November two lying about the deal and testimony, and you know, two page statement to the Senate and house intelligence committees special counsel, Robert Muller, noted that Collins false claim that the project ended in January two thousand sixteen was an attempt to minimize the links between the Moscow project and quote, individual one not not named in the. Well, the thinking is that that might be Donald Trump individual one widely understood to be Donald Trump in hopes of limiting the ongoing Russia investigation. Now, the two sources of told BuzzFeed news if Cohen also told special counsel that after the election, the president personally instructed him to lie by claiming that negotiations ended months earlier than they actually did in order to obscure Trump's involvement, isn't that obstruction of Justice. That is a serious. Yes. It's a serious crime. Can we put them in jail for the office? I don't care what jail fork. And that'd be the so now it becomes it becomes well. It becomes weather. So a can you charge him with that crime it because he's sitting president and beef you do charge him with that crime? And you take him to trial. Then if you take him to trial, it just becomes. Whose word do you believe you believe that I have no dealings with Russia? I have no deals in Russia. I have no deals that could happen in Russia because we've stayed away. All right there. You democratic leaders reacted with fury and demanded an investigation late Thursday following this report, they demand that there be an investigation immediately. We'll see where it goes from there. If it go if you went to trial, then you have to who do you believe Michael Cohen? And will there be other evidence to support Michael Cohen? Well, you remember Michael Cohen recorded all of his phone calls on this record is. So are their phone calls. There are you know, paper trails can be followed the Utah highway you skip the best part. Well. I think I think what you're gonna say. Yes, I think that may be a boner. My favorite don't go. Use Ohio patrol tweeted Thursday night that avalanche has blocked state road. One eighty nine in Provo canyon. I think you said it still belong because he was a big avalanche. The snow was ten to fifteen feet deep and they're still working on opening Provo canyon. So if you're up in the up in Hebron thinking about coming down Provo canyon area, or if you're going to go thinking of going up Provo canyon to Hieber don't actually this says thirty feet deep a hundred yards wide big avalanche in New Mexico as well. Burying multiple skiers to people were rescued from the avalanche at the ski resort a Taus. The avalanche occurred at the K three shoot off of chino. Pecan Taus county the towels ski valley wrote on Twitter pal ski valley ski patrol members. And first responders were able to pull two skiers out before one in the. Afternoon. They're unsure if others were buried at least as of this reporting two skiers who were buried for twenty two minutes were taken to a local clinic. There conditions were unknown a witness who told house news. She heard the moment of the collapse. Said it sounded like an earthquake. Rescuers searching again this morning for other victims, the Pacino peak lift was closed immediately while the rescue operation continued. A huge theme park. Has been proposed for hurricane Utah. Well, that's I mean, you have to say that Saint George so it's not in the middle of nowhere. That's that's. Yeah. Knowing really really growing area a multifaceted the park has been proposed for hurricane Utah, which is just west west of Saint George east east of Saint George the three billion dollar project would feature an amusement park as many as six hundred new homes, a hotel a twelve hundred seat theater. Three restaurants and old west style town and equestrian centre and twenty-five boutique shop at this. This isn't so weird. If you haven't been down there in a while Carey, you look like that's weird. Remember when it used to be hurricane, and then desert desert desert, George it's now, it's like can houses house all developed. That's funny. The project is facing vigorous opposition from sky mountain. Homeowners association the community of sky mountain abuts the three hundred fifty one acre parcel proposed for the co project association. President Gary boy said residents moved to hurricane for the climate. Recreation lack of congestion and lower. Oh crime rates claimed the development would destroy small town lifestyle more than two hundred and fifty people turned out for a public hearing on the proposal last week and the majority of them expressed opposition because of concerns about traffic, noise pollution and crime. Not to mention the fact that it's a desert. I was just gonna. I was just gonna ask that question. Where are they getting the water flowed? Lord. There's not enough water to support the town of Saint George as is. Stop it. Yeah. Your log ride's gonna be sucky here long. No kidding. It's dust dust. Okay. It's the dust flew as the federal government shutdown enters day twenty-seven with no clear end in sight, local businesses like breweries and restaurants, are feeling the effects federal government employees are feeling the effects. Even Moore's they haven't been paid since the beginning of the shutdown some people like IRS employees are continuing to work without pay. I'm sorry. God you people. Usually, we're pursing the IRS, but I feel bad for people up in Ogden. They're continuing to work without pay TSA, employees, usually were cursing them. But they're caller. Air traffic control us in Utah, local businesses and organizations are going the extra mile to help out federal government employees. I know the Utah food Bank, if you are a furloughed federal worker, and you you have an ID card that says you're a federal worker you can go to a food Bank in Utah. All you have to do is have your ID with you. 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Boyfriend of Morgan Freeman’s Step-Granddaughter Sentenced to 20 Years for Her Stabbing Death

Radio From Hell

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Boyfriend of Morgan Freeman’s Step-Granddaughter Sentenced to 20 Years for Her Stabbing Death

"Sentencing of the man who killed Morgan Freeman's, granddaughter, the defendant's family screamed in in the courtroom that it was all Morgan Freeman's fault. Alleging that he had sexually abused. The victim when she was younger his own granddaughter Morgan Freeman molested her and he caused this. He did this Lamar Davenport's mother yelled to a reporter as she was ushered out of the court for shouting to her son when Justice Ellen Bye-bye on handed down a twenty year sentence. He's innocent. It was an accident. She insisted he allegations of an affair between Morgan Freeman. And his step granddaughter at dinner Hines were made by the defense during Davenport's murder trial in Manhattan supreme court Freeman has strongly denied the allegations. Davenport was convicted of stabbing MS Hines who was his girlfriend more than twenty five times in August of two thousand fifteen on west one hundred sixty second street, he was in the throes of a PCP induced range when he murdered her in full of neighbors and pedestrians in a partial win for the defense. Mr davin. Port was found guilty of the lesser in -cluded charge manslaughter, you waive jury trial leaving his fate entirely in hands of the judge who sentenced him to twenty years. And now maybe it's finally finally behind Morgan Freeman.

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"justice ellen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Cost to date is approximately eight million eighty nine thousand two hundred and ninety four was Virginia's governor says he's accepted the resignation of a suspended state supreme court Justice, Ellen Lowry who was recently convicted of eleven federal criminal counts Lowery Ruzyne, Monday, Republican Brian Kemp, pressing Democrats Stacey Abrams to concede. Georgia's tight gubernatorial race. Civil rights groups urged her to stay in fight. I'm Barbara Kusak. From the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, this is Bloomberg best June, Tom barrack who founded colony capital nineteen Ninety-one and stepped down as chief executive officer in two thousand fourteen is returning to the role following a stock route that has cut the investment firms market value in half this year barracks decision to return to the CEO position at colony where he's been executive chairman comes as his close friendship with President Donald Trump threatened to overshadow the forty four billion dollar money investment firm. He founded so Joe Tom barrack joined Bloomberg's David Westin and Alix steel. The about the decision to come back where we're going is the same way the market is going, right? If you look at it hedge funds not performing well, especially if it's because the market is so efficient. So if you just took the top five stocks and invested in an index you see what happens without a two in twenty structure. So real estate is undergone the same kind. Unbelievable ride since two thousand eight and reads, a public region by were almost fifty billion in assets is supposed to be the passive recipient of income. Streams no value added the operating entities have be someplace else, and it's supposed to be a patient contractual growth of income. The problem is most asset classes and real estate. There's the devil name Catholics. So as you're growing hotel segment or healthcare or an industrial center, an office building segment, for instance, in New York City cap ex always evaporates free cash flow. So what happened I says the same thing? As we matured in holding balance sheet assets balance sheet, heavy the yield on that sometimes it's deceptive. Sometimes it looks as though it's return on capital, but it's return of capital. So you have to go to a more actively manage format and for us. That's the advantage of being public is you have the balance sheet and the evanger having the balance sheet is that you can take positions in value added product create a magic elixir over fixing that or creating better value and sell those pieces off to third party investors, which are primarily institutions who don't want to engage in that in that process. So tell us about what happened to.

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"justice ellen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Grim task of identifying the dead from a massive northern California wildfire. The campfire is claimed at least twenty three lives Ventura County. Fire captain, Steve Kaufman, says the wildfire has been costly in many ways acreage today as of right now is that a hundred and five thousand acres. Twenty percent contained total personnel assigned to the fire. Right now is four thousand fifty cost to date is approximately eight million eighty nine thousand two hundred and ninety four Virginia's governor says he's accepted the resignation of a suspended state supreme court Justice, Ellen Lowry who was recently convicted of eleven federal criminal counts now were your sign. Monday, Republican Brian Kemp, pressing Democrats Stacey Abrams to concede. Georgia's tight gubernatorial race. Civil rights groups urged to stay and fight. I'm Barbara Kusak. Now, there's Bloomberg sports update that extra now much of an answer for PASCAL Siaka, scored a career-high twenty three points to lead the raptors at home to a one twenty eight one twelve victory Saturday afternoon raptors stayed unbeaten on their home court at San Mateo. There are twelve and auto season. Tim Hardaway junior at twenty seven the defeat the three game winning streak Ganda for that's in Oakland. The warriors got him on sixteen one hundred Golden State without the injured Steph curry and Draymond green top of the twenty eight of Kevin Durant. Joe Harris, led the way for Brooklyn. He at twenty four there. Now six and seven shootout for the Rangers and blue jackets in Columbus. It was Jimmy VC getting the winning goal in a five four victory. Also tied the game in the second. After the blue shirts had blown a three one lead. He also added assist. Pablo? Boots navy also with a goal on a helper in Florida. The islanders were doubled up with the Panthers four to Alexander Barkov breaking a two two tie just about five minutes into the third. The jets are home for the bills today. Injuries mean that will see neither I drink. Quarterback for the jets. He'll go Josh mccown place of Sam darnold. Matt Barkley will get the call for buffalo. He's in for Josh Allen. The Monday night game finds the giants in Niners out in Santa Clara. Coach Pat Shurmur seeing some similarities between this year and last year for big blue. This is about a year ago today, right? The giants went out and played the Niners. And I was watching the game. Just because it's the same defensive scheme. And I think there were four players on our offense that played last year. We can do the math there seven new guys in there. And so there's a lot of change. There's a lot running parallel. But the urgency to win is always there. The giants off their by our one in seven college football a game heard right here on Bloomberg eleven three..

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"justice ellen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR I'm guy rise. Coming up progress is. Not magic I think it's one. Step progression this however bad things, are now were they worse in the past the question, these physically can we? Sustain, that well if you can see past the stories and see, greater complexity that's a source of competitive advantage. For you, this episode the story behind. The, numbers first this news Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave, Mattingly President Trump is criticizing the New York Times for suggesting White House counsel Don Mcgann is turning on, Trump by cooperating. With special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation on social media. Yesterday the, president said he allowed Mcgann to testify adding Mcgann isn't what Trump calls a, John dean type, rat that's a reference to the White House attorney who turned on then president Richard Nixon in the early nineteen, seventies NPR's Tamboura Keith has more the White House. Counsel represents, the presidency not the person. The White House counsel. Is not the president's personal lawyer. In fact she president's personal lawyer, or one of many of them Rudy Giuliani was on, meet the press and? He, insisted in that appearance that the president means it when he, says that he encouraged Mcgann to testify he. Says that, was the legal strategy of. President, Trump's previous Legal team and Giuliani says that that was the strategy because. They thought that it would get the investigation over with more quickly that's. NPR's tamra kief. President Trump's former chief strategist Steve Bannon says if the congressional midterm elections. Were held today he believes Republicans would lose thirty five to, forty seats in the house giving control. To, Democrats in an interview with the Associated Press Bannon says he believes Democrats in the house will seek to. Impeach Trump if they win back a majority Bannon was fired from his, White House position about a year ago more than three hundred fifty people have been killed by flooding in, southern India over. The past two months NPR's Lauren Freyer says it's been. The deadliest, monsoon season they're in a century the heaviest rain has tapered off in India's, southern state of, Kerala deluge by three times the average rainfall for the first half of August tens of thousands of people were, evacuated into relief camps now they're serving the damage and trying To go home bulldozers clearing landslides from roads helicopters are dropping in supplies additional trains have been. Added with tankers, of clean drinking water authorities are. Working to restore, electricity fuel supplies and phone service at Saint, Peter's in Rome pope Francis called for concrete support for the flood victims, in India there are thousands of crowdfunding efforts on social media. The trick, is coordinating the mall to get supplies to Carola fast Lauren fryer NPR news Mumbai parts of Indonesia continue to be shaken by strong earthquakes and aftershocks two weeks after a powerful quake left. Hundreds of people dead on the island of Lombok. Bomb Blake meant is with the National Earthquake Information, center these quakes and Indonesia are. Relatively shallow the crust. And want to get a large shallow earthquake pretty much anywhere in the world we almost always have a big series of aftershocks a magnitude six point nine quake yesterday left at least ten people. Dead and Indonesia this is NPR news From washington The New York, Times says. Italian actress Zia are Gento paid three hundred eighty thousand dollars to. Settle allegations she sexually assaulted a teenage boy as Bobby Allen reports are Genta was one of the first women to accuse Hollywood, film producer Harvey Weinstein of. Sexual assault since our Gento publicly, accused Binstock she's become one of the most prominent figures in the. Metoo movement but the time supports that legal documents leaked to the paper from an unidentified source show that are Gento paid, off actor, a musician Jimmy Bennett after he claimed she sexually assaulted him five years ago in California hotel room when he. Was seventeen she was thirty seven at, the time the age of consent in California is eighteen a lawyer for Ben wrote in the legal document that watching our Gento out herself as a sexual assault victim was too much for him to bear Bennet claims, are gentle was both a mentor and a. Mother figure she even played that role. To him onscreen are Gentles lawyer Did not respond to requests for comment Bobby Allen NPR news later, today west, Virginia's Senate will begin working on rules for the upcoming impeachment trials three state supreme court justices the three include. Chief Justice Margaret workman and suspended Justice, Ellen law-free last week the state house voted to impeach the justices overspending and using state resources for personal gain lottery was suspended over allegations he repeatedly lied when addressing allegations he had abused his powers stocks in Asia, ended the day mostly higher after Wall Street. Ended Friday with gains I'm Dave Mattingly..

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"justice ellen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The house gag deli line services spend it both ways between new bridge landing in spring valley we have a police activity ongoing in or a dell on the roadways we'll start with the south bend fdr drive because still a mess heading towards gracie mansion we have a crash in the right and center lanes delays still going back to about the rfk now a new crash northbound approaching the fifty ninth street bridge that blocks elaine these delays going back to about forty second street the west side highway still the better option tonight and manhattan not seeing delays in either direction right now eastbound cross bronx towards webster avenue we do have an accident being worked on that blocks elaine bopper bumper delays going back to about the alex right now in jersey things not terrible just a bit slow and westbound to eighty work towards reach twenty one with construction work and do keep in mind the bayonne bridge now closed both ways for roadwork tonight until five in the morning next traffic update in less than ten minutes on wcbs near urologists danielle knittle mostly cloudy skies tonight with some rain at times the low sixty six for tomorrow a leftover shower to start then clouds will be yielding to some sunshine for the afternoon it'll be a warm day but not that humid high eighty four tomorrow night's and patchy clouds with a low of sixty five degrees then for friday a gradual increasing clouds throughout the day not quite as warm compared to tomorrow with a high of seventy five i'm meteorologist danielle niddle in the wcbs weather center seventy seven degrees out at td borough we've got light rain reported at newark liberty where seventy eight degrees cloudy had seventy five in central park it's nine forty fbi agents arrested the chief justice of the west virginia supreme court who faces a twenty two count federal indictment her cbs news correspondent jim chris lowest virginia supreme court justice ellen lawfree has been indicted on twenty two federal counts of fraud witness tampering and lying he had been suspended over allegations he repeatedly lied about using his office for personal gain us attorney mike stewart federal grand jury charge the justice under the state's highest court the serious crimes this assault one day plus there's an ongoing investigation into lavish spending at the west virginia supreme court jim krasula cbs news opioids are being linked to the deaths of hundreds of patients at a hospital in the uk here cbs news correspondent vicki barker four years families in southern britain watched elderly relatives enter the gosport war memorial hospital sometimes just for rehabilitation or routine surgery only.

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"justice ellen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of new england wbz news time four forty nine mostly cloudy in boston eighty one degrees good afternoon i'm jeff brown thank you for being with us as you wrap up your work day and head on home our top stories in the wbz newsroom president trump signs an executive order to end the separation of families at the southern border but says his zero tolerance immigration policy remains in effect boston gives the green light to accompany continue test driving self driving cars but this time the test can go citywide and mvp a worker has been arrested charged with stealing more than eighty thousand dollars from bus fare boxes at it's a mixed day on wall street for the dow now a seven day losing streak nasdaq sets a record close the fbi arrests a chief justice of a state supreme court now facing nearly two dozen charges west virginia supreme court justice ellen lawfree has has been indicted on twenty two federal counts of fraud witness tampering and lying he had been suspended over allegations he repeatedly lied about using his office for personal gain us attorney mike stewart charge they justice under state's highest court serious crimes this assault one day there's an ongoing investigation into lavish spending at the west virginia supreme court jim krasula cbs news an american cardinal has been removed from public ministry by the vatican cardinal theodore mccarrick the former archbishop of washington is accused of sexually abusing a teenager nearly fifty years ago while he served as a priest on the archdiocese of new york mccarrick continues to maintain his innocence says in a statement he has absolutely no recollection of this reported abuse and he is sorry for the pain the victim has gone through for years families in the british city of gosport complained that older relatives were being killed off at a local hospital now an independent investigation finds they may have been right they were frail and elderly when they entered the gosport law memorial hospital but not necessarily dying and yet they died effectively drug to death by staff often over the protests of relatives britain's health secretary has confirmed to british lawmakers lives of over four hundred fifty patients were shortened by clinically inappropriate use of opioid analgesics independent investigators who uncovered what they call institutional abuse at the hospital have no power to prosecute but they're handing their report over to british officials and to the police vicki barker cbs news london former student at the university of virginia wins a quarter million dollars civil settlement following a rough arrest in two thousand fifteen martinez johnson sued virginia's department of alcoholic beverage control and three of its agents after the arrest video showed agents pinning johnson to the ground while his head was bleeding a department says johnson who was black was trying to get into a bar with a fake id and that's something johnson claimed was accurate the settlement contains no admission of wrongdoing a city with deep roots in a bleak period of america's history is now making amends charleston south carolina city council voted seven to five in a building built by slaves to denounce the city's role in the nation slave trade some council members oppose the resolution saying the city should focus on present day issues and problems instead councilman william gregory supported the proposal this is the policy from city that was the seat of the confederacy experts say half of all slaves brought into the united states came through the port of charleston south carolina jim krasula cbs news critical weather alert to report caused damage across the region thousands left without power if you don't like the.

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"justice ellen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on wcbs good wednesday afternoon i'm steve scott three things to know at four forty five one woman has been injured at the borough hall subway station the ceiling partially collapsed brooklynbound four and five trains are bypassing borough hall two and three trains are your alternates but delays are expected there do president trump has signed an executive order to stop family separation at the southern border but he says he will continue his eero tolerant immigration policy and three the story of a disabled child taken from her mother at the us mexico border has sparked public outrage over the treatment of imigrants new details on that from cbs's adrienne bard ten year old girl with down syndrome separated from her mother at the us border has become a focal point for mexican diplomats in a statement issued today mexico's said the department of homeland security is clarified that the girl was separated because her mother is a witness in a criminal case not because of the trump administration's zero tolerance policy adrienne bard cbs news mexico oh city a former washington state's nwc leader who was unmasked as a white woman pretending to be black is pleading not guilty to welfare fraud and formerly known as rachel dole is all briefly appeared today in spokane courthouse for charges she used fake verification to get public assistance those charges relate to income she earned from a book and other sources while also on welfare her trial is set for september tenth fbi agents have arrested the chief justice of the west virginia supreme court he faces more than twenty counts in a federal indictment jim krasula with that story west virginia supreme court justice ellen lawfree has been indicted on twenty two federal counts of fraud witness tampering and lying he had been suspended over allegations he repeatedly lied about using his office for personal gain us attorney mike stewart federal grand jury has charged a justice dave there's an ongoing investigation into lavish spending at the west virginia supreme court jim chris cillizza bs news instagram is taking on youtube with the new service called igt it will expand time limits on videos allowing them to be as long as ten minutes the apps founder and ceo kevin system announced it today we've reimagined what video is on mobile and we want to share with you today by gt is not for watching long form vertical video from your favorite creators accounts with large audiences will be allowed to host videos lasting up to one hour four forty a wc traffic.

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"justice ellen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston and all of new england wbz news time is two forty nine we've got eighty three degrees and mostly cloudy skies in boston good afternoon i'm art cohen wbz news our top stories now president trump says he'll sign an executive order today ending the process of separating children from families detained crossing the border illegally the president tells reporters quote we want to keep families together it's very important the hallway outside governor bakers office is packed with people rallying and chanting against the president zero tolerance immigration policy outside protesters were shouting no hate no fear immigrants are welcome here in other news last night the town of charlton gave the green light for what could be the largest pot farm in north america but wbz tv's louisa mola reports that many residents would rather see the deal go up in smoke a crowded auditorium erupted with booze and applause after charlton's boorda's select minna voted to green light a massive marijuana farm very disappointed in town officials this was a deceptive process was not open after weeks of heated debate they decided to move forward with an agreement with valley green grow llc to turn these orchard fields into pot cultivation possibly the largest in north america opponents argue it's just the wrong location with schools and neighborhoods nearby is a huge facility this proposed site could be the size of sixteen walmart supercenters and locals also worry that could clog this quiet country area with traffic meanwhile the state cannabis control commission is poised tomorrow to grant the states i ever recreational marijuana license it's expected to go to sierra naturals of milford which will get the okay to cultivate cannabis wbz news time is two fifty one the feds arrest that chief justice west virginia supreme court justice ellen lawfree has been indicted on twenty two federal counts of fraud witness tampering and lying he had been suspended over allegations he repeatedly lied about using his office for personal gain us attorney mike stewart federal grand jury charged justice state's highest court serious crimes there's an ongoing investigation into lavish spending at the west virginia supreme court jim chris oliseh bs new a cop figure in the catholic church is stepping away from his role after the church found a claim of abuse against him to be quote credible and substantiated cardinal theodore mccarrick the former archbishop of washington has been removed from public ministry by the vatican the cardinal is accused of sexually abusing a t nearly fifty years ago while he served as a priest at the archdiocese of new york mccarrick continues to maintain his innocence saying in a statement he has quote absolutely no recollection of this reported abuse disrupted for commuters on the t this morning transportation problems in the morning commute shuttle buses are replacing headline service in both directions due to a power probably and if you're in the hov lane you're not moving now at all on all sides of the roadway the hov lane news traffic and weather together newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time to fifty three traffic and weather together the.

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"justice ellen" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"In those high fire risk areas sei has deployed network of hundreds of weather stations in the months ahead they'll be keeping watch on wind in those areas where power lines could be a threat if there's a true public safety issue we proactively look at that circuit and make a determination as to whether or not it makes more sense for us to shut the circuit off that has done toddlers hockey with kanaks he leads the utilities emergency operation center the topic of power lines sparking wildfires it's a touchy one for edison many believe it was in edison power line that sparked the thomas fire even though the cause of that fire is still officially under investigation craig finger knx ten seventy newsradio top west virginia judge has been arrested by federal agents and is now facing a wide range of serious charges west virginia supreme court justice ellen lawfree has been indicted on twenty two federal counts a fraud witness tampering and lying he had been suspended over allegations he repeatedly lied about using his office for personal gain us attorney mike stewart justice the court serious crimes perry was pretending there's an ongoing investigation into lavish spending at the west virginia supreme court jim krasula cbs news after his arrest the judge was freed on bail but is due back in court on friday a catholic cardinal who wants spoke out against priest sexabuse has now been removed from his ministry after being accused of sexually abusing a teenager himself then alleged abuse by former washington dc archbishop theodore mckarrick took place fifty years ago officials say the claims are quote credible and substantiated tim lennon is the president of the priest abuse victims group called snap and he says mccarrick has been in its sights for a long time issues with him going back to two thousand three with him opposing disclosure of child sex abuse and then in two thousand and six when he was opposing to start reforming the statute of limitations carrying says he has no recollection of the alleged abuse for years families in a british city complained that their elderly relatives were being killed off at a local hospital well now an independent investigation kluge that they may have been right they were frail and elderly when they entered the gosport laura memorial hospital but not necessarily dying and yet they died effectively drug to death by staff often over the protests of relatives nap britain's health secretary has confirmed to british lawmakers have over four hundred fifty patients with shortens by clinically inappropriate use of opioid analgesics independent investigators who uncovered what they call institutional abuse at the hospital have no power to prosecute but they're having their report over to british officials and to the police vicki barker cbs news london eleven fifty with look at your money here's frank motech big news in the real estate business we'll say services comedy cushman and wakefield filing for an initial public stock offering with plans to first restructure from its parent company dt's e jersey holdings and reregister as cushman wakefield.

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"justice ellen" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Left and among ourselves and we do but these soviet style tactics and that's the iron the russians are laughing because they succeeded because adam schiff is a she'll because james colmey is a fool because muller is a clown in the end there all doing putin's work aren't day because at all started with a foreigner from britain working with kremlin apparatchiks in the biggest from any scandal in modern american history and now you have this muller whose operating outside our constitutional limits and you have this guy rosenstein this bazaar looking pencil knack bureaucratic nerd it's been feeding from the public trough his entire damn career approving the expansion day in and day out of the muller probe quietly but he's a rubber stamp you have judges on the fight should court rubber stamps rubber stamps when i should be a specially attended to what's going on because there's nobody to counter what the fbi's telling them in that courtroom nobody they weren't even curious then when congress congress which created this court congress which great at all the federal courts except for the supreme court only the supreme court is created by the constitution when congress says to this judge this faisal court judge who started at with the work we wanna see a copy the application that was presented to you know what she says no you asked the president to give it to you that it was his government after all that submitted knowing full well let if trump did that you're be more yapping from putin shells like shiftbyshift less about obstruction we reach the point when the president of the united states tweets and openly to the public criticize us as attorney general whether you like it or not it's not the point they're saying that's obstruction of justice when you criticise an inferior employee for their work that's obstruction of justice ellen drop in a leftist lynch mob and you know his even more disgusting than the radical leftists and the media many of these never trumpers fools like brett stevens and others they know what's going on here but there's so personally invested so personally invested in the destruction of the trump family and donald trump they don't give a damn shame on them i'll be right back low britain news talk 1110 993 wbt you know.

"justice ellen" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"For being here in kiac in were greek was reserving in four angel who is out in houston houston a used is war like colorado in many ways in one way in particular the house of professional baseball team is out there and more than any other sport baseball is statistics driven from arbi ours too the wer indexed there is no others that measures moore or pays more attention to numbers are alleged justice ellen whole is the senior analyst ups be so genomics institute in he wants to arab another acronym to baseball's growing number of measurements swat thus w g more is presumably lease swat index which tracks league wide homerun struggles per game he says year it comes don't you this a vis vis homer struggles was swat or of all time highs and so is the stock market falls the players in investors alike are in the mood to swing through the fences rooms dog loves the gold you've that with our next guest our whole welcome to the bruce radio show thank you for having me on a real privilege is very nosed ahead of your own delivers short with this i mean what what is maybe i joe luton in my hand i don't mean we know what the w a or is a coke ignore index uh war impact humane uh i don't even know what the students for i don't know what you're talking about a lot in beck who got i'm here to talk no understood that but his from rbis to the war index lurching from your provost royal there's about i've never heard apparently nobody has luke go straight to the swat index what is it what does it stand for um it they of course wigan for the fences and it's not an exact acronym but local enough i wanted pump him that with catchy because it's such a great fit for uh the ppi adjusted bad jones industrial average uh pretty amazing we have uh almost one hundred fifty years of data on ham the fifth is uh is pretty uh compelling gene you were literally putting up there the way that the home roads in strikeouts play out in any given year is a good indicator of what's happening in the stock market really well well if not so much they are indicating each other but that they are both reflecting on underlying uh driver or caught which.

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"justice ellen" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on WLOB

"The bottom of the hour it's wednesday october 18th forecast sunny with highs in the upper 60s here's what happening lawyers for portland landlord convicted of code violations in the wake of a fatal fire have dropped out of the cave gregory nisbet initially sought a new trial after he was acquitted of six counts of manslaughter but convicted of lesser charges misfits attorneys asked to be removed from the appeal because they were not being paid and justice ellen gorman has granted he attorney's request new spared or a new attorney now has until november 10th to file a brief miss that owned a building that caught fire early on november first in 2014 it was the deadliest fire in portland in decades and killed six people we can add maine senate president mike tippytoe to the growing list of senior republican leaders who are running for governor david herro is from winter port and is serving his second term as senate president he is a conservative but clash multiple times with governor paul the page over the budget and other issues tippytoe joins three other conservatives in the republican party house gop leader can forget senate gop leader garrett nathan and form a d h h s commissioner mary me here tuesday night members of fair rent portland and noone wind face off in the final public forum on rent stabilization whether or not to implement rent control will be on the upcoming valet at the end of the form the moderator asked the audience to raise their hand of which way they'd be voting on november seven and the majority raised against the rent control referendum if the referendum is passed it would have to be renewed after seven years police are warning the public after campaign signs were found damaged or disappeared altogether in who was ten ben chan running for mayor said he put up about a thousand signs that three hundred ourselves have gone missing chen is not alone one of his opponents shane boom shy said he he found thirty of his signs vip out of the ground in the same neighborhood police want to remind the public that stealing orgy facing assign can bring a civil penalty of up to two hundred fifty dollars plus.

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"justice ellen" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on WLOB

"The bottom of the hour it's wednesday october 18th forecast sunny with highs in the upper 60s here's what's happening lawyer there's for portland landlord convicted of code violations in the wake of a fatal fire have dropped out of the case gregory nece initially sought a new trial after he was acquitted of six counts of manslaughter but convicted of lesser charges ms that's attorneys asked to be removed from the appeal because they were not being paid and justice ellen gorman has granted the attorney's request nisbet or a new attorney now has until november 10th to file a brief miss that owns a building that caught fire early on november first in 2014 it was the deadliest fire in portland in decades and killed six people we can add bad maine senate president mike tippytoe to the growing list of senior republican leaders who are running for governor david is from winter fort and is serving his second term as senate president he is a conservative but class multiple times with governor paul the page over the budget and other issues tippytoe joins three other conserved it is in the republican party house gop leader can forget senate gop leader garrett nathan and form a d h h s commissioner mary me here tuesday night members of fair rent portland and noone wind faced off in the final public forum on rent stabilization whether or not to implement rent control will be on the upcoming valet at the end of the form the moderator asked the audience to raise their hand of which way they'd be voting on november seven and the majority raised against the rent control referendum if the referendum is passed it would have to be renewed after seven years police are warning the public after campaign signs were found damaged or disappeared altogether in who was sent ben chan running for mayor said he put up about a thousand signs that three hundred ourselves have gone missing chen is not alone one of his opponents shane boom shy said he thought thirty of his side find out at the ground in the same neighborhood police want to remind the public that stealing or defacing assign can bring.

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"justice ellen" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"This holiday this stunning and we tried getting a carpet said were rep because of what was historically here so we were hoping that you really do get that feel of one of the what was known as one of the most beautiful capitals in the country nineteen of firehouse o on news so these old senator offices of cut up took this new we turn this into art gallery that can and exhibit space that can have rotating exhibits are right now this is former governor l we his wife get gretchen kwy these are all her what blocks and absolutely gorgeous prior to this we had a photo exhibit of uh among the farmers and the dakota county i believe and so the just how long switch switch out probably you know every six seven months something like that there is already an exhibit of artwork owned by former a supreme court justice ellen page is going to be the next exhibit in here and just to get people idea or on the third floor and we're looking straight out into downtown st john years these curtains i i was talking about and overlooking the the the mall capital in just absolutely gorgeous hall while this is exactly and one of those things that we did we took all the parking off the area there so people actually get to see the capital if needed though you can still drive up especially because i saw the special security exactly and that's set up so the with this kind of designed for emergency vehicles have access to get him here but look at this shots she did this this is carjon like she was good still around i saw him not yet actually weekend he and vicepresident walter mondale are teaming up to do a color hot dish lecture series intact by politics in minnesota and just the real a real opportunity at those two together how many governor still ronkko e ventura poland sorry and poland carlsson and arne carlson camper get irony suggesting in a sense of like what the rest ratios lincoln like you said israel chopped up into individual offices but the ceiling used to because of the.

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"justice ellen" Discussed on We The People

We The People

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on We The People

"And i'm going to ask uh allen and then laura to tell us why you believe were not the uh the firing of komi qualifies as obstruction of justice ellen for a first closing argument to you well i'm going to use my moment to again reiterate my direct question with would the on this show be advocating what she's advocating if cashew were on the other foot if it were hillary clinton for being prosecuted and her husband's actions in going to the tarmac of the airplane and speaking to the attorney general every one of the arguments that she made with the ethical to of bill clinton and unless she prepares unequivocal state that she would be making exactly the same arguments and she would be on the show seeking the prosecution if hillary clinton and bill clinton and i think we have to concede the dangers of this kind of argument being used selectively against a political opponent i acknowledge that there were words in statutes that could be stretched to cover this conduct but they could be stretched to cover much much more conduct that we won't believe is constitutionally protected so i wanna take a big picture view and i wanna talk about the dangers of expanding these existing sacramento which are already too big from civil liberties point if you can imagine no more stature than the obstruction of justice statute tampering with witnesses statute and then to expand it and stretches to apply to conduct that we.

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"justice ellen" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"justice ellen" Discussed on WCHS

"Those mineral deposits are now accessible one of the key questions associated with our still emerging natural gas industry is how much was the mineral woolsey owners get paid for that gas the answer is not simple and it does not rely solely on the market price for the resource though that is an important factor the more immediate issue is this how much of the cost of transporting and processing the gas four markets can be deducted from the royalties even that answer is very complicated now friday the state supreme court ruled four one in leggett the issue cheap production company that a percentage of certain post production costs such as transmission and processing can be deducted from the mineral owners royalty checks the court's decision came in a rehearing of the case and is a reversal of the three two decision last november which said those costs could not be deducted the decision applies to wales on property with the original lease called for the gas company to pay a flat rate feet to the mineral rights older flat rate fees go back a long time and were often very low in the state legislature passed a wall and nineteen eighty two that said for any future drilling under that lease the gas company had to pay the royalty owner one eight of the value of the gas at the wellhead the lega decision doesn't completely resolve the issue in two thousand six the state supreme court ruled and taunted the columbia natural resources that the gas companies could not deduct postproduction cost moral ticks now there are differences in the facts of the lega case in the tony case the case deals with the statute on royalties state code while the tawny decision is about lease contracts however the lake at decision clearly opens the door for a legal challenge to the tony ruling in fact chief justice ellen lawfree almost invites a review of tony when he writes that the court will leave for another day the continued vitality and scope of the tony case the fact that for the five justices justice robin davis dissented but for the five were on one side in this leg a decision means the court believe there is justification for gas companies.

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