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"kelly richardson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:55 min | Last month

"kelly richardson" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"As the owner. KAL owner. Well have the husband of the owner of, uh A small business here in Illinois, I knew that it was national small business week. And a lot of small businesses went out of business over the last 18 months for obvious reasons. But during national small business Week, I want to welcome back Elliot Richardson. He's the president of the small Business Advocacy Council, otherwise known as Spark and the returning guests here at W s. Elliot, How are you, sir? Hey, John. Always good to be on with you. Thanks for having I was talking to my buddy David Hochberg, who is a mortgage broker last week about the lifting of the federal moratorium. On the eviction notices, and that sounds you know, it's like, Oh, these people are going to be evicted. Nobody wants to see anybody evicted, however, you know commercial property owners and multi family unit owners, small business owners. They've really been in trouble for 18 months because 0.0 revenue coming their way. What do you calling on politicians to do to help? Well, you know, we have a whole small business package, John. And you know, this is what happens when small business owners, local chambers of commerce business advocates get together. No partisanship, no politics, just good policy. That's laser focused on helping small businesses through this pandemic. When it comes to commercial property owners, John It's been devastating for them. Multi family unit owners devastating. I mean, you know, take a commercial property owner, a small business, it's struggling, can't pay its run. Perhaps that small business closes most of those programs like P P P. They have not helped commercial property owners. So what we're asking Illinois government to do is to set some of these are the funds are still over $5 billion of funds from the federal government that we have to get into the hands of small businesses, you know, and we have to get that into the hands of small property owners. Not all of it but a fair share. So these folks can make it through the pandemic because John, otherwise we're going to be faced with the foreclosure crisis, so not only are small business is going to go out of business, but then these properties are going to be foreclosed upon and that's going to devastate local neighborhoods. You know, A lot of people needed a lot of flexibility last 18 months, and I noticed that one of your initiatives deal with licensing licensing reforms on a variety of levels. Can you offer some clarification on that? Absolutely low hanging fruit. We want to encourage entrepreneurs. We want to encourage people to get into the workforce right now. Ellen Oy is way too rigid When it comes to licensing. We want to make it more difficult for a license to be put into place if it doesn't impact the health The safety and welfare of residents. We want to make sure that people can come into Illinois. So let's get some portability, you know, allow somebody who's licensed in another state who's educated, who hasn't in their profession who hasn't been disciplined in that state? Let them come in and start practicing or occupation here in Illinois, Illinois did that with nurses. During the pandemic, and it worked out very, very well. But when you think about in entrepreneur when you think about a barber, who wants to open up a shop or simply get a chair in Illinois, they have to do 15 hunt during hours 1500 hours of education and pay thousands of dollars before they can cut somebody's here. And that's ridiculous. And there's way too much of that going on right now. In Illinois, politicians could pave the way paved the way to get people back to work, encourage entrepreneurs through occupational licensing. Collier. Richardson is here. He's the president of the small Business Advocacy Council. That's the website small business advocacy council dot org. Uh, What percentage of small businesses did we lose during the pandemic? Or still, uh, second question are still in danger of going under. So I don't have that exact percentage for you and the changes all the time, But I will tell you a lot. Too many. Many businesses are still struggling. Next time I come on your show. Hopefully I'll be invited back channel have that number for you, but, you know Gosh, almost every week. You know, every month you hear about a neighborhood favorite going out of business. You look at all the vacancies right now in neighborhoods throughout the city of Chicago and different areas in Illinois, and you know businesses are struggling. It's really something that has to be addressed right now. Not in the spring, not in the next legislative session, but now Especially those small landlords. I'm thinking of, you know, families want a three flat and you know they live in one unit, and they rent the other two units. They haven't had a dime of revenues since the pandemic began. They must be in real trouble close to going under. Well, yeah, I mean, there's definitely situations. You know, Some of this rental assistance is help. It's been passed through the landlords and property areas. But John a lot of times you know, somebody stops paying rent, and they leave. Um and these folks really have not had the help that they need. There's a lot of people talking about that. But now we need to see some action. Thanks. Kelly Richardson. Much appreciated, Sir. John. Thank you so much Always for having me. Let's quickly squeeze in Mike, the city worker. It's been a couple weeks. I think since I talked to Mike, he always has A comment on the big story. The political story in Chicago. Mike, Welcome back. How are you? Mike, are you there? Back. Put them back on hold guys. He may have stepped away to refresh his, uh, Diet coke. We'll get to my time permitting. Coming up here following the news. 6 31 into the newsroom. Kim Gordon Lightfoot Ordinance to suit gang members Heads back to Committee News.

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"kelly richardson" Discussed on Life Is Now Podcast

Life Is Now Podcast

04:12 min | 2 months ago

"kelly richardson" Discussed on Life Is Now Podcast

"In structure art color. Gant music honey. Like where do you begin. Relation from everywhere. Yeah you inspired me right now. i'm. I'm just wondering england. Yeah it's saying. But i get inspired by you know like you know can i do. Where can i impact. So it's it's everywhere. I think One of the things. I'm grateful to be grateful And and a life. I really do and i spoke at a conference beautiful conference. I friend of mine lucille's guy. has this conference. Call the power now and I had a talk with her. I said you know that. Such a potent title. And i said what if i'm able to come and work with your audience and i can support them and moving from the concept of the power of now to he literally experiencing the power of living and the power. Now so that it's a little and not conceptual imagine what would be possible. The i know that we only have in now. So this conversation that we're having right now We're creating memories recreating moments. We're creating we shaping each other's lives if you know that you're now is gonna create optimally. What becomes your legacy and overall experience of life. Then how would you be in each now. I think we'd be much more if we really understood the potency of now. I totally agree. Also i know you have the conference coming up for people that don't know who sylvia hi is. I am woman conference if you can let The listeners no way to find you where to contact you where the conference is being held in any information that you can give them Because they are interested in your conference in would like to get some more information from you for for the event for women okay. Well it's you know. I don't even know if we should call it. A conflict is probably one of the most end packed. Full extrordinary conferences For women this year. We're going to do the art and rhythm of revival renew rejoice. We knew and relief and you we lived from a rejoice in contact flash gratefulness gives access to releasing we end will. Have you be renewed. So that's really the heart of it. It's interactive experiential. there is. I got so many beautiful powerful women that are going to be there sheri riley. Who's written an incredible book. Exponential living used to be ushers manager is gonna be there should katie jackson. You know now senior editor 's is is going to be talking with with how to move from single jumping rope batching. She's the relationship coach at I mean editor at essence. The list goes on and onto. The jackson warner is going to be doing it. Over piece on innovativeness in creativity. I have an ward the ceo. Youthful sir who made declarations about becoming a millionaire and becoming accomplished both in those by the age of bigger than all of that. 'cause spirit kelly Richardson is up in a very

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"kelly richardson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"kelly richardson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At City Hall Park. They grabbed her off the street as she's skateboarding. Don't even put handcuffs on her on throw her into an unmarked vehicle. None of people. None of the people are wearing badges. That's just terrorists. In fact, the NYPD calls this a textbook arrest by its warrant squad, which operates in plain clothes to avoid tipping off its targets. A target in this case, police say, was a woman who law enforcement sources say spray painted police cameras around City Hall. ABC is Josh manager says the protester has been released. Federal agents sent to the Pacific Northwest amid unrest are on the move. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan says Department of Homeland Security agent sent to the city last week to protect a federal buildings amid lingering on rest over the police killing of George Floyd have left the area. Separately, The Associated Press reports the Trump administration Has started talks with Democratic Oregon Governor Kate Brown about possibly reducing the presence of federal agents sent to control two months of chaotic protest in Portland. Jim Krystle, a CBS News and arrest in a local murder case. This morning, Middlesex D. A. Mary Anne Ryan, along with a low police superintendent, Kelly Richardson. His 20 year old Corey Roy of Lowell was placed under arrest last night and will appear in court is charged with accessory after the fact of murder in the death of DEA Mendez of Boston back in June in low, Javier Erde Jesus is charged with murder in this case and coming up a 10 48 the USDA is issuing a warning. About mysterious seeds that keep popping up in the mail. And right now we go over to Bloomberg, Tracy Junkie joining us there now and how are we looking today? Well, Kodak for one lorry was a $2 stock on Monday. Now it is worth $50 a share. Investors see a much brighter picture here of 130 year old company, which was devastated by the move from film. To digital photography. Eastman Kodak is now joining the Corona virus fight and is getting a $765 million government loan to help re purpose its factories for a drug manufacturing. The rest of all street doesn't look that good. But the Dow is rising 36 points. The NASDAQ is jumping 117 points. The S and P s up. 23. I'm Tracy Junkie. Bloomberg Business on W. B. Z Boston's.

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"kelly richardson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"kelly richardson" Discussed on KGO 810

"Back in the ballgame for the ducks he turns in the paint misfires doesn't need anything players get the ball Bradley flying down the other way adult slow things down on the left wing get it back up to ground its brown a tease of its quality Kelly and Bradley on offense for cal read if the catch of the day teaser which grant turns fires off the rim and out Dante with the rebound Pritchard fired up ahead Mathis one dribble over Richard Richardson turned the corner on brown drive in it and gets fouled that's a that's a tough one there for Joel's was gonna get the fiber your Pritchard on a dribble handoff three sets a little bit of the screen and it's tougher Georgia fight through that and get in front of Richardson couldn't quite get there Matt this with the ball is done Richard the left corner dribbling guarded by brown now in the paint one handed bullet pass over to Houston there which is in turn it back out to catch shoot Houston default no Bradley will collect it bring it up for for there's Matt it's been back out get to brown top not so fast and Kelly Andre screwed up get a bomb turn getting rascals twenties of H. one eight cutting in the paint one eight misfires on everything Kelly with the rebound and puts it back in Andre Kelly clean up underneath to make it fifty three thirty three Richard coming back the other way gets filed by brown in the open floor April may run they get the ball out of the basket so quickly he goes on the line he has no way man you gotta be really solid you knew your transition defense Richard with the ball still dribbling Kelly Richardson one extra pass service Houston goes right into which bucket and a foul so it's about one block use the free throw line trying to complete a three point play thirteen thirty eight to go here in Oregon transfer from U. N. L. V. I mean so you got an experienced out here fifty year guy J. C. player of the year at Hutchinson community college before he transferred to you and they'll be they just always seem to have one or two of these guys to get us to transfer fifty your senior whatever that's an experience that has been through the wars uses free throw makes it fifty six thirty three pressure in the back court South Boston out one eight that's passed down the telly baseline back money on the wing to the top here's to shake them in the paper and it's going to how it's a tough one on Richardson because it looks like Paris restaurant to grab this way Paris was going away from us and we could see the palm of his right hand on the side of Richardson is right in the there's Boston inbound over the top south on the right wing three of the top that serve the quality there's his left corner shot quality is money from the left corner he is I mean it should be on the Skadden report left corner three ball fifty six thirty six broaching thirteen to play that score of sixty to ten in this half going down underneath the days got to catch the gets the bucket Kelly battles yeah you just do big get to the ball seven people in the past and you can literally play it up from there yeah so long a little reach out slipping from a couple feet it's a chance for you to get this guy some time get expert timing so that he's ready to go in the conference tournament yeah missing time with a knee injury is that a that a line up and there's there's no substitute for playing the game free throw badly and Kelly with the rebound here being hi rich what kind you know I I I like college kids Todd so I I hear on the client side that was a that was a miss Austin dribble in name of the pay pass pass to a cutting Kelly and Andre believes the basket for the protection lays it in from the right side I want to find by parents at ABC traffic big guy on earth it bounce pass twenty point game ducks fifty eight bears thirty Richardson I just went back to the left side it's getting mapped his he lost the handle on the rack Richard since left Kelly picks it off he gets it over to Austin you just know and we've said it literally twenty three times now you just know it's going to end up going back last ofsted drive near the last month thank god I'm in the year to get the bucket but got a foul and Houston that's the second time in a row the Paris is been able to get into the teeth of the defense to make something happen Boston the line eighty two percent of the season free throws good C. 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Walker checking in Houston to the ducks offense teammate and friend teaser rates for the bears Paris is sadly a moved up to fifth in the conference in free throw shooting here Matt Bradley in the top six we've south would be but he hasn't I made enough to go by the senator made in a game Austin makes a fifty eight forty and the ducks in a row one up ahead to Dante Richard with the high risk high reward past ninety can't handle it it Riffe said about spurs ball south Austin the over twenty Johnson set the offense there's triple into the right hit South cream can't shoot on the left side fifty eight forty three eleven forty five to go yeah good disagreement that three because that's the shot but that play is designed to have if you don't get the screen role you skip a crosscourt that guy should be open Richard shaken out written back in out going to be a foul on CNN and I say one of the largest okay dot ball when we come back time out on the floor eleven thirty one to go in Eugene Oregon fifty eight cal forty three this is cal basketball driven by your northern California Toyota dealers from Learfield IMG college you're in charge of hiring and indeed has solutions like online skills test which Medicare did it show that they're the right hire indeed will also give you the sticky frog which will suddenly look and stick to the face of a perfect higher yeah okay there's no sticky frog.

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"kelly richardson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:08 min | 2 years ago

"kelly richardson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"With the coming of the great American national story going on to Skyler Davidson whether. whether or not she actually killed her baby or not and enginer levy and channel twelve's been in the in the court room of scholar Richardson to see what's going on and enjoy it levy welcome again in the bill Cunningham show internet how are you. I'm good how are you I'm good so explain to the American people what happened this morning in the trial. well the defense started case and the first witness but that Richardson dialer Richardson's father and he was presented as a character witness which we all thought was really interesting because there's a separation of what the thing going on a bear witness you can't be in the court room but he's been in there every day and they come on as a character witness they put a photograph of Skyler when she was a little kid with her family and her parents and she talked about her history of eating disorders and how they had sought treatment for that and that the author was questioned by the defense about whether or not he knew that Eilers mother or with you know sending our taxes early is being a sophomore in high school Schering Ron to lose weight and things like that and that was going on during her pregnancy after the pregnancy so he was not aware of that and he also said he wasn't aware of that. his daughter would need a lawyer during that second police interrogation because she was under the impression she does not like to be in trouble and. Stricker at. you know you and I've been around a long time and I frequently told people as a lawyer not as a citizen never talked to the police there's nothing good coming out of sitting in front of a lieutenant Dan is done a detective Jennifer Elliott and just does gorge yourself and there stands next to her her father whose bears to be a good cop in a loving dad almost urging his daughter to tell the truth that may put her in prison for the rest of her life on video how it happened he didn't he had no idea that they were being paid. and he when he and mom you know can went into the interrogation room after the first interview he said he had no clue that they were being paid and he had no clue either that the cops could lie to him one daughter and you know we all you and I know the Supreme Court says late please can't lie to people I mean that they're allowed to do it so he had no idea you would being videotaped the whole conversation he said he told it better to be honest and that he he claims that he was told she would not need a lawyer so yeah. pretty good sound advice they always have a lawyer if you're talking. hi I think that's number and if you're in a small room they generally have signs up saying you may be recorded and according to the pre trial motions they filed motions to exclude this that the so called two confessions the second one is more of a confession in the first one but but none none the less you kinda waive your rights and it's fair to say that Skyler has the body of a a woman but she has the mind of a child and mother and a father know that better than anyone else so I'm sure the Scott feels as if he's committed a terrible blunder not getting back to the evidence I can yeah how large was the baby at birth was there any testimony whether it was too much premature three months and how much the baby weighed about. now that the money has been that the baby with full term between thirty eight and forty weeks it sounds like a dina colleges to confirm that she was pregnant gave an estimate of thirty two weeks at the time that that was wrong because of the measurement he check and she with small you know comic coming up it sounds like she was working out if you look at your prom dress like that and the defense claimed that she was the baby with growth restrict dead that means like your your uterus with two small on the baby can't grow because of what you know that the size of the uterus and all that so it with a full term baby and I was that in a second police interview that she was kind of big. she didn't we don't know the weight or anything like that but she was a full term baby I looked at you with kind of bag Kyler when he's babysitting Ted because she did that at the YMCA she. I think you got to kind of take our word for a cat what little for the jury the fact that you now engine at the moment the baby was born kind of explain to the American people what happened for that minute or two because I would think there would be blood there'd be that that would be the burst of there'd be liquid everywhere explain what happened what she says happened well she said she had the urge to go to the bathroom and she was in a lot of pain and she thought on the door toilet because she felt like something had to come out and she squeezed then she put the baby bop into the toilet she tried to catch her but she couldn't because she was very she said she went head first into the toilet and that she may have had had a little bit and that she was in the water at first for like a minute. in the water first for two minutes that's what she said and so the baby she's on the commode the baby is in the water of the Torah for two minutes. that's what she said and then she said she grabbed the baby out of the toilet by the arm and did what and. and then held the baby. that shouldn't be there maybe too hard and she thinks she might a calendar. and she said this on the videotape. correct where was the mom and dad back and what we're was that members mom and dad at this point. they're out in the hallway or wherever in the waiting area at the police department in Carlisle so they weren't in there at that point that she you know she said she didn't think the baby was alive in the first interview that the baby with white she didn't cut the cord. and then in the second interview she said that she thinks it might be alive and that she may kill other. and in other words what I thought was interesting that she volunteered that she may have had had a little and they found post mortem skull fractures. on the baby they did the examination of the call so then I thought that was kind of interesting so the Rikers may claim that the fractures did not occur intentionally but rather when the baby came out and hit the porcelain toilet that's when the fractures in skull took place well that's what I'm that's what I'm wondering if they're implying because all of the friends again for college yet defense and prosecution agree that these happened after the baby died. so whether or not at what how they happened I don't now. clean her compassionate falls to they said she was coerced you know when I watch court TV and other outlets there kind of examining the behavior of the police officers specially detective Jennifer Elliott who seemingly is a nice woman holding your hand kind of encourage her to tell the truth you would have been a great mother that kind of stuff and many women that I've spoken to are offended by the behavior Jennifer Elliott and coercing a confession that otherwise would not be true. yeah the second interview I was actually brandy Carter with the Warren County sheriff. I don't know about Jennifer. a brandy Carter's the winds hold your hand. yeah there were two different female officers in the one was like at Carlisle officer in the first interview the second was a share of the tax. the card or. and she's wondered Hellinger apart she's the one that got got the confession. correct and I would think the Rikers are going to claim it wasn't true that that she was yeah lead on right yeah they're gonna claim they you know better everything and I'm sure they're going to call transaction act to break it down and talk about how you know they suggested thing. you know this is what they what they DO you know when you see needs hi compression claims the answers that's what they did they bring in experts describe you know why somebody my as men agreeing to them and things like that one scholar Richardson was delivering the baby it was up stairs I've seen the outside of the house appears to be a typical Fort Bragg four bedroom two and a half baths issue it would have been at night it would've been dark would've been very quiet it is she claiming she made no noise during the delivery process. nobody will god she you know her dad I mean if you watch the tape that your mom or like totally shocked you know they were like couldn't believe that they wouldn't wake up and that she didn't make any noise how she didn't make any noise I've no idea because she told the one gynecologist afterwards you know that the lady at childbirth very useful and the doctors and she said either agreed with crying yeah yeah it really is now and how she did that out of the way Kelly Richardson that'd be physically eight. little woman because I don't I can't imagine how somebody could give birth like that and not wake people up a brother with like sleeping in the next round. is there a is there any evidence and another person asked me this question must gotten camp they had to of known they had to of known and I've said there's no evidence presented that would indicate mom and dad know she was pregnant correct I think it's absolutely a certainty that that did not now absolutely if certain key I think you know it appears mom didn't know but there was a text message or leaving messages that came up and that would prevent it yesterday that kind of rape from questions because that was the day before that going to college the point man where she was. she was talking to Kylar about making the appointment with her doctor the doctor who delivered her and she basically was saying you know he's a good doctor you could go to Planned Parenthood but the doctors are coming in he there and you have to pay out of pocket doctor entered the surgeon he's been doing this a long time it makes me sick too but I have to look out for your future and so that was presented yesterday but it kind of makes you wonder if you know your there's talk of Planned Parenthood you get birth control there you go there for other services but just talking about Planned Parenthood he kinda weird when we're talking about you know wanting to go get birth control pills I think this kind of that race in question we don't know for sure but mom clean she didn't now and at this point what's going to happen the later this afternoon. well I think we're going to hear more from that there was a doctor actually who had been on the stand even up there after that dad died in a doctor wait he's a gynecologist and he testified that in his opinion and reviewing all the records in the house records that police interrogation.

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"kelly richardson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:23 min | 2 years ago

"kelly richardson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"With the coming of the great American national story going on to Skyler Davidson whether. whether or not she actually killed her baby or not and enginer levy of channel twelve's been in the in the court room of scholar Richardson to see what's going on and enjoy it levy welcome again of the bill Cunningham show internet how are you. I'm good how are you I'm good so explain to the American people what happened this morning in the trial. well the defense started case and the first witness was that Richards and Kyle Richards since father and he was presented as a character witness which we all thought was really interesting because there's a separation of witnesses thing going on a bear witness you can't be in the court room but he's been in there every day and they come on as a character witness they put a photograph of Skyler when she was a little kid with her family and her parents and she talked about her history of eating disorders and how they had sought treatment for that and that the author was questioned by the defense about whether or not and he knew that Eilers mother or with you know sending our taxes early is being a sophomore in high school cheering run to lose weight and things like that and that was going on during her pregnancy after the pregnancy so he was not aware of that and he also said he wasn't aware of that. his daughter we need a lawyer during that second police interrogation because he was under the impression she was not going to be in trouble and. Stricker at. engine that you and I've been around a long time and I frequently told people as a lawyer not as a citizen never talked to the police there's nothing good coming out of sitting in front of a lieutenant Dan is done a detective Jennifer Elliott and just does gorge yourself and there stands next to her her father whose bears to be a good cop in a loving dad almost urging his daughter to tell the truth that may put her in prison for the rest of her life on video how it happened he didn't he had no idea that they were being paid. when he when he and mom you know can went into the interrogation room after the first interview he said he had no clue that they were being paid and he had no clue either that the cops could write him one daughter and you know we all you and I know the Supreme Court says late please can't lie to people I mean that they're allowed to do it so he had no idea he was being videotaped the whole conversation he said he told it better to be honest and that he he claims that he was told she would not need a lawyer so yeah. pretty good sound advice they always have a lawyer if you're talking to the. hi I think that's number and if you're in a small room they generally have signs up saying you may be recorded and according to the pre trial motions they filed motions to exclude this that the so called two confessions the second one is more of a confession than the first one but but none none the less you kinda waive your rights and it's fair to say that Skyler has the body of a a woman but she has the mind of a child and mother and a father know that better than anyone else so I'm sure the Scott feels as if he's committed a terrible blunder not getting back to the evidence I can yeah how large was the baby of birth was there any testimony whether it was too much premature three months and how much the baby weighed about. now that the money has been that the baby with full term between thirty eight and forty weeks it sounds like the kind of colleges to confirm that she was pregnant gave an estimate of thirty two weeks at the time but that that was wrong because of the measurement he check and she was small you know prom with coming up it sounds like she was working out if you look at your prom dress like that and the defense claimed that she was the baby with growth restricted that means like your your uterus is too small and the baby can't grow because of what you know that the size of the uterus and all that so it was a full term baby and I was that in a second police interview that she was kind of big and she didn't we don't know the weight or anything like that but she was a full term baby elephant you with kind of bag Kyler when he's the baby sitting Ted because she did that at the YMCA she. yeah I think you've got to kind of take our word for it I guess what little for the jury the fact that you now engine at the moment the baby was born kind of explain to the American people what happened for that minute or two because I would think there would be blood there'd be that that would be the burst there'd be liquid everywhere explain what happened what she says happened well she said she had the urge to go to the bathroom and she was in a lot of pain and she thought on the door toilet because she felt like something had to come out and she squeezed and she put the baby bop into the toilet she tried to catch her but she couldn't because she was very she said she went head first into the toilet and that she may have had had a little bit and that she was in the water at first for like a minute. in the water first for two minutes that's what she said and so the baby she's on the commode the baby is in the water of the Torah for two minutes. that's what she said and then she said she grabbed the baby out of the toilet by the arm and did what and. and then held the baby. that shouldn't be there maybe too hard and she thinks she might a calendar. and she said this on the videotape. correct where was the mom and dad back and what we're was that members mom and dad at this point. they're out in the hall where wherever in the waiting area at the police department in Carlisle so they weren't in there at that point that she you know she said she didn't think the baby was alive in the first interview that the baby with white she didn't cut the cord. and then in the second interview she said that she thinks it might be alive and that she may kill other. and in other words what I thought was interesting that she volunteered that she may have had had a little and they found post mortem skull fractures on the baby they did the examination of the call so then I thought that was kind of interesting so the Rikers may claim that the fractures did not occur intentionally but rather when the baby came out and hit the porcelain toilet that's when the fractures in skull took place well that's what I'm that's what I'm wondering if they're implying because all of the forensic anthropologist defense and prosecution agree that these happened after the baby died. so whether or not that what how they happened I don't know. clean her compassionate falls to they said she was coerced you know when I watch court TV and other outlets there kind of examining the behavior of the police officers specially detective Jennifer Elliott who seemingly is a nice woman holding your hand kind of encourage her to tell the truth you would have been a great mother that kind of stuff and many women that I've spoken to are offended by the behavior Jennifer Elliott and coercing a confession that otherwise would not be true. yeah the second interview I was actually brandy Carter with the war in town here. I don't know about Jennifer. a brandy Carter's the winner was hold your hand. yeah there were two different female officers in the one wish like and Carlisle officer in the first interview the second was a share of the tax. Carter. and she's telling her and she's the one that got got the confession. correct and I would think the records are going to claim it wasn't true that that she was yeah lead on right yeah they're gonna claim they you know better everything and I'm sure they're going to call transaction that purchase to break it video down and talk about how you know they suggested things and you know this is what they what they DO you know when you've seen the session claims the defense says that's what they did they bring in experts describe you know why somebody my as men agreeing to that and things like that one scholar Richardson was delivering the baby was up stairs I've seen the outside of the house appears to be a typical Fort Bragg four bedroom two and a half baths issue it would have been at night it would have been dark would've been very quiet it is she claiming that she made no noise during the delivery process. nobody will god she you know her dad I mean if you watch the tape her dad your mom or like totally shocked you know they were like couldn't believe that they wouldn't wake up and that she didn't make any noise how she didn't make any noise I've no idea because she told the one gynecologist afterwards you know that the lady said childbirth eighteen people and the doctors and she said either agreed with clients and yeah yeah it really is you know and how she did that out of the way Kelly Richardson that'd be physically eight. little woman because I don't I can't imagine how somebody could give birth like that and not wake people up a brother with like sleeping in the next round. is is there any evidence and another person asked me this question must gotten camp they had to of known they had to of known and I've said there's no evidence presented that would indicate mom and dad know she was pregnant correct I think it's absolutely a certainty that that did not now absolutely a certainty I think you know it appears mom didn't know but there was a text message or leaving messages that came off the settlers and that would prevent it yesterday that kind of rape from questions because that was the day before that going to college the point man where she was. talking to Kylar about making the appointment with her doctor the doctor who delivered her and she basically was saying you know he's a good doctor you could go to Planned Parenthood that the doctors are coming in he there and you have to pay out of pocket doctor enters the surgeon he's been doing this a long time it makes me sick too but I have to look out for your future and so that was presented yesterday but it kind of makes you wonder if you know your there's talk of Planned Parenthood you get birth control there you go there for other services thank you for talking about Planned Parenthood he's kinda weird when we're talking about you know wanting to go get her help I think they're kind of that raising questions and we don't know for sure but mom clean she didn't now. and at this point what's going to happen the later this afternoon. well I think we're going to hear more from that there was a doctor actually who had been on the stand even up there after that dad died in a doctor wait he's a gynecologist and he testified that in his opinion and reviewing all the records in the house records that police interrogation but the baby was. and that it would grow perspective not had the penny and so thinking he'll probably be cross examined here after lunch at the salt the Richardsons walking out the Jerry walking out so they're going to lunch right now right..

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"kelly richardson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"kelly richardson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"There are best bags yet. And they cost less than glad force flex were sold head to head. So you'll be happy. Mufti ultra-strong with Armand hammer odor control available at Sam's Club. All right. Are you on say? Oh, yeah. Jim Peter ick. Once again want to thank him for being here. We have news coming your way for the northwestern medicine newsroom in about thirty seconds. But I do want to say Jim beater next weekend next week. I should say we from tonight at city winery, you go to where to get the tickets. Well, Jim, Peter dot com or city city winery box office. Yes, that's winery. Online too for that show for the item Marsh at city winery, eight o'clock show Wednesday night, eight o'clock, you'll get that's so I can go right? What you did? That's why I can go eight o'clock. Yes. Perfect. Unplugged unplugged, Kelly Richardson. Oh, my God unplugged. You've gotta see these guys. Unbelievably, man. Thank you so much for doing it for having me on guys Steve Cochran show celebrates those variable present the planet. Weekday mornings at seven twenty on seven twenty WGN. Chicago smart speaker users just say play WGN radio and tune in news brought to you by builders supply outlet. Andrea darlas and thank you row and Anna here, come those stories Cook County board president Toni preckwinkle meeting with voters today at a CD stop in Chicago is she begins a five week mayoral run off campaign against Lory Lightfoot. I look.

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"kelly richardson" Discussed on The Big Listen

The Big Listen

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"kelly richardson" Discussed on The Big Listen

"You know i think that two words in your question that kind of answer the question you asked are the words getaway isn't it a shame that one has one thinks talk about stuff we all living through is getting away with something i don't think any of these conversations get away with anything i care to go there because because it's life because it's being lived none of it is is made up like so much of what we listened to trying to scrape the barrel of own experience to reveal some truth but nothing off limits norman lear is the host of all the above with norman lear from podcast one he's also a twenty seventeen kennedy center honoree along with glorious stuff on inland richie i fly to find out more about his show hit a big listen dot org what we've almost reached the end of this week's episode get out of here but before we let you go it's time for seed each why dr is our sixty second mapping apple pie cash charts for not looking at number one or even number one hundred looking at number twenty nine and if your podcast has reached the summit of number two eighty nine then shouted from the rooftops is that as quickly chievements friend okay so this week's to eighty nine is show called just ask david thank you for joining apparently david pollock is the beauty guru we were laughing before we got started one episode i listened to talked with a woman named kelly richardson she's an industry expert in sunless tanning skincare you name it sunless tanning tip you wanna look tan but you don't wanna go through the dangerous stuff i mean i've never looked in the mirror and been like you know what to complete this outfit tan how do i look tan before my guests arrived so here couple of things obey stand is.

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