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9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

Court Junkie

02:13 min | just now

9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused

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Attackers strike Taliban in eastern Afghanistan, 5 killed

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 hrs ago

Attackers strike Taliban in eastern Afghanistan, 5 killed

"Witnesses say attackers have struck Taliban vehicles in eastern Afghanistan killing at least two fighters and three civilians in the latest violence since the group's takeover of the country in mid August witnesses say in one attack gunmen opened fire on the Taliban vehicle at the local gas station in the provincial capital of Jalalabad and the gas station attendant they added a child was also killed another child was killed and two Taliban were wounded in a separate attack a bombing of another vehicle another bumping off a ton of a vehicle in Jalalabad also wounded a person at nearby although it was unclear if that person was a Taliban official or not I'm sorry a shockingly

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Coroner IDs remains, says Gabby Petito was homicide victim

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 17 hrs ago

Coroner IDs remains, says Gabby Petito was homicide victim

"An autopsy concluded that twenty two year old Gabby potato was killed by another person and her remains have been officially identified the findings come from the coroner in Teton county Wyoming where Gabby potatoes remains were found Sunday while the death is termed a homicide the cause is not yet released more than halfway across the country in a swampy area of north port Florida police continue searching for fellow traveler boyfriend Brian laundry trains very difficult essentially seventy five percent of its underwater police commander Joe Fussell says numerous agencies are assisting ATVs you TV's we have multiple drone operators investigators removed potential evidence from laundries parents home this week potatoes parents think laundries family members have been covering for him I'm Jackie Quinn

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Lord Conrad Black Discusses the Shameful State of the World

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:26 min | 18 hrs ago

Lord Conrad Black Discusses the Shameful State of the World

"The fact that not only are you. A presidential historian of note appear in the british house of lords am former media. Mogul crossed the atlantic in australia. As well let me ask you your reaction in the correct historic context. What we are witnessing in canada in the uk in australia in america. There's a video. I just two days ago. A woman who is being accosted on her doorstep by the police australia why because on social media she said common protests the lockdowns. Tomorrow i mean just just you know what we are supposed to be able to do in any kind of republic old constitutional monarchy. Have you ever seen the like the spanning the various regions of the commonwealth and the united states. No i i have not I've never seen such income government in the united states. The the american political society is in disgrace. Arrest that and rebuild itself and i. I've never seen such a a a shambles in american government in every field. You know the The this horrifying shambles in afghanistan. Don't worry says the president we still have over the horizon influence whereupon They kill ten innocent people including seven children. I mean i all kinds of things Two hundred thousand people a month oregon over the southern border. I that's never happened. None of it has happened before that. I know and i've been following these things since eisenhart austrailia. I mean i think spoke about this a couple of weeks. You know we all know. The australians are rough tough rugged likeable people as crocodile. Done it hurts. You know they get out there in the back or the great barrier reef or over there aren't they you know they're they're strong. Solid men and strong solid attractive women. But how on earth is it all of a sudden if you put up something on twitter or wherever it was you'll get called upon at your home by the police for inciting disorder because you just invited people size the right of simply to check in arbitrary measure. I can't imagine it happening in australia. It's not the australia. I know

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Is the Left Intentionally Trying to Kill Off Conservatives?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:12 min | 1 d ago

Is the Left Intentionally Trying to Kill Off Conservatives?

"I don't know that. I fully ascribed to john. Nolte's argument that people like sturt. Stern went on a tear. Recently where he mocked all the people who have been dying of cova the radio host has been six or seven conservative radio hosts who've died of covert and they were anti vaxxers apparently or allegedly and they were anti mask and they got covert and some of them had a deathbed conversion. I hope people get vaccinated. They supposedly said who knows if any of that. What portion of any of that is true but nolte's argument is by mocking and ridiculing and taunting people. The left is intentionally trying to kill off conservatives. I'm not sure that there's not some merit to that. I'm sorry. I've been thinking a lot about that since i saw the article last night looking for mexican if ivermectin is effective against covert as many studies. Suggest it is. Don't believe me. Look at the nih on the nih website. Why are they show. Anti ivermectin tucker. Carlson last night made a pretty pretty profound observation about drugs. In america and how easy it is to get one kind of drug but not another. Check this out so early treatment. Not just with ivermectin but with all of the therapeutics that have been used in the past year is amazingly and mysteriously attacked denied ignored. Anybody who touches it. It's touching the third rail. And i discussed it a few months ago and they came after me. My twitter account was suspended. It's still suspended even after. I appealed but the twitter courts are apparently not in session now and they haven't responded to my emails in the last three weeks. Perhaps this segment will help. Unlock it Other physicians had been similarly attacked. They've had their prescriptions denied. So why is it happening. Why is early safe. Effective treatment not being talked about. I think that's a very very important question.

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European court: Russia responsible for Litvinenko killing

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

European court: Russia responsible for Litvinenko killing

"The European Court of human rights this back to the conclusion of appreciation quarry that Russia was responsible for the killing of Alexander Litvinenko who died in twenty oh six off drinking tea laced with a radioactive material all the agent for the KGB and the post Soviet successor agency the FSB Litvinenko defected from Russia in two thousand and fed to London he fell violently ill on November one twenty six off the drinking tea with two Russian men at the London hotel to spend three weeks in hospital before he died he's T. was found to have been laced with radioactive polonium two one zero the British inquiry concluded in early twenty sixteen to Russian agents had killed then and go on that president Vladimir Putin I probably approved the operation Charles Taylor this month London

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Callers Criticizes Gov. Gretchen Whitmer for Withholding COVID Treatments

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 1 d ago

Callers Criticizes Gov. Gretchen Whitmer for Withholding COVID Treatments

"I'd like to report our feckless governor Gretchen Whitmer. We literally killing people, but not provided on a second. What are we saying here that she's denying covid treatment so vis a vis holding back treatments is hurting people. Exactly exactly what she's doing. She's she went as far as signing a mammal. Preventing doctors and clinics. From prescribing, Uh The medication that has been curing people all over the world. Sure medication that was, um Medication is that you know, we have We've seen that help people all over the world. Like, uh um You know her son. Let me just jump in real quick and thank you so much for the call. You know it's interesting because I just looked at an article today. It's from last week, but it's coming out of Idaho. Of all places. Big shout out to all of our listeners in Idaho. And it's not so much about the pros or cons of these. These, um Benefits of drugs like I ever met in and hydroxychloroquine, But it's about how I remem has disappeared from pharmacies because of there's the demand for it right. There's such a high demand for it that they just can't keep the shelves stocked. In I've ever met in pharmacies. And this in particular in Idaho, which I thought was interesting, because you know, we used to rely on a free market and we used to pay attention to the things that worked and it seems like we're in bizarro land now. We're in a place where what was no longer is

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The Biden Administration Has NO Idea What They're Doing

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | 1 d ago

The Biden Administration Has NO Idea What They're Doing

"China is on the rise again intimidating. Our friends and partners in south asia north korea is again launching ballistic missiles over the sea of japan. Russia is flexing. Its muscles with putin. Having just won reelection well reelection. Just reinstalling himself. And iran drawn is very happy. We've left afghanistan in cannot believe their luck the senile decrepit old hoskins politician in the white house is seriously thinking of reinstating. The obama era. Jcp away run deal all this all this in the space of less than a year nine months in the fall of kabul with the teen americans and the response what's the response a drone strike that kills an afghan aid worker and children america's back. Oh i didn't mention the sub deal. I i'm in american history. The french of recalled their ambassador because this administration snubbed them in their diesel and nuclear sub. Deal with the australia. What did they tell us. The adults are back. Yeah i'll tell you one thing. They may be add outs. They don't love this country and they have no idea what they're

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According to the Taliban, They Defeated the United States

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:39 min | 1 d ago

According to the Taliban, They Defeated the United States

"Talk about afghanistan. God fa- sekine piece of real estate. it's never functioned. As a modern westphalian nation ever even under the monarchy the nation. That was home to bin laden and his al-qaeda training camps now twenty years after september eleventh is again under the control of our friends let of corrupt politicians that want to play nice with the west like qatar cy but under the control of people who want to kill you yes. The taliban quote unquote the students. The tally ban the students of islam fundamentalists. They don't hate isis. The same breed is. I says isis may want to be in control but they're all fundamentalists jihadis along with al qaeda. Now they have eighty three billion dollars worth of equipment and training that you pay for. And how are they sending that across the muslim world arab and non-arab. We defeated america. We didn't just defeat the ruthless murderous soviet union with its helicopter gunships and landmines shaped like toys to main children. We defeated the greatest station. I'm seth that's how they're selling it than jihadis are flooding back into this

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Oklahoma's 1st executions set since '15 include Julius Jones

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

Oklahoma's 1st executions set since '15 include Julius Jones

"Oklahoma scheduled its first executions since the state put lethal injections on hold six years ago at one point the Oklahoma death chamber it was one of the busiest in the nation but executions were put on hold after a botched lethal injection in twenty fourteen that left an inmate writhing on the Gurney and drug mix ups in twenty fifteen the wrong lethal drugs were delivered seven executions are scheduled including Julius Jones he is supposed to die November eighteenth for killing a local businessman who was shot in front of his family during a carjacking the date was set despite a recommendation by the Oklahoma pardon and parole board that Jones's death sentence be commuted to life imprisonment without parole Jones's case was featured in twenty eighteen on the ABC television documentary the last defense I'm at Donahue

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COVID has killed about as many Americans as the 1918-19 flu

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

COVID has killed about as many Americans as the 1918-19 flu

"Cope with nineteen has now killed about as many Americans as what's considered the worst pandemic disease in human history the Spanish flu pandemic a century ago killed an estimated six hundred seventy five thousand Americans coated nineteen has now claimed roughly the same number the population then was about a third of what it is today meaning that pandemic took a much a bigger toll but researchers say covert nineteen stole we'll grow the university of Washington's influential model projects another one hundred thousand American deaths by January first they're averaging about nineteen hundred a day the highest level since early March about two thirds of the U. S. population has received at least one vaccine dose Sager made ani Washington

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United Airlines CEO Wants to Ban the Unvaccinated From Flying

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:38 min | 1 d ago

United Airlines CEO Wants to Ban the Unvaccinated From Flying

"Status on united airlines very high status for many years near the very top. I'm trying to avoid united whenever i can. Their ceo is a leftist low-life. He's announced that he would like to ban the unvaccinated from his airplanes because as we know the unvaccinated are killing people left and right on his airplanes man sick. A bad bad man runs the united airlines. And of course the people put up with it the board and everybody else. United airlines is the one that announced it will no longer be placing people in their air air flight school based on competence split based on race and gender half the places that the united airlines pilot schools will be reserved for people of color and women gives you great faith that only the best will make it correct. They have announced they are not doing it. Based on quality but based on race and gender is gonna fly united. And if you don't let them know why i had a. You would've asked me who'd be the first volunteer to ban americans from his airline. This is all political by the way leftists know that most unvaccinated people not all but most are conservative. It's all a power trip and it's a way of taking revenge on the people. They most hate people me

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How the Wokeness Is Killing the Simple Joy of Sports

The Dan Bongino Show

02:33 min | 2 d ago

How the Wokeness Is Killing the Simple Joy of Sports

"I caught up on this, Uh 30 for 30, ESPN special at the 1986 Mets, the World Series team. Jim is a big Mets fan producer, Jim and he had told me this is such a great show. You got to watch it. So I sat down for four hours. I couldn't turn away the 1986 Mets, and it reminds me I was a Yankees fan, not a Mets fan, but I was very happy to Mets won the 1986 World Series. I was a kid and I was I was 12. I mean, you know, I'm not thinking about solving the world's problems at 12 years old. But I was happy for them. My mom was a Mets fan and that stunning World Series victory, of course with the Bill Buckner era and it's a real shame, because you know, Bill Buckner is such a great player and became You know, it's infamous for that one plane he shouldn't have. He was such a great player throughout his career. I mean, it was just right. Jim Buckner was a great hitter. I mean, if phenomenal player and it's really a shame that a lot of people just associated with that one moment But I watched that upset victory. The Mets come back in the ninth, and I remember just losing my mind being so happy for my mom and she was screaming, jumping up and down and this guy Phil's house we were at it was a friend of Of hers at the time. But Comey thinking How mad I am now. I don't mean like man at the world are mad at you. I mean mad at what the sports world. Dead. I had such special memories and I was a kid sports. I did I, uh, you know those moments. You you all know. I mean, if your guys ladies out there you were at a game with your dad or your mom or whatever, and home run gets hit in the beard gets thrown in the air and everything like that. People throw and popcorn, peanuts, crackerjacks all over the place. Whatever. Everybody's just going nuts together something about the collective energy of the crowd. Sports brings us that. It's a form of entertainment. You don't see that the movie theater, right? I mean, very rarely in a movie theater. You know, you're not watching, like return to the Jedi, where Luke Skywalker throws Darth Vader over the thing, and everybody gets up in cheers. That just doesn't happen. But it happens in sports, right and those moments I missed them. I've been, uh, stranger to sports for the last few years because of the Wokeness and I just don't want to. It's just not my thing. I just can't take it and I'm really mad. Like many of you are There's a special moments to me. I remember every second of that 1986 Mets World Series. I remember there was sitting at the end of the couch on the right side. And this guy Phil's house watching that And that feeling of elation and joy. Why'd you have to take that from us?

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Biden Currently Battling 'Pretty Big Credibility Crisis'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:54 min | 2 d ago

Biden Currently Battling 'Pretty Big Credibility Crisis'

"You got thousands and thousands of haitian illegals in del rio texas. You've got a drone strike. Where biden was going to show the world. How tuffy was takeout some isis k. Terrorists instead he wiped out a family of ken. Seven children three none of the isis k. Targets apparently were taken out. France's live with us. They recalled their ambassador from washington because of a nuclear deal that we cut france out of and then you got the vitamin ministration. Promising boosters are going to begin today that he said that last week and the fda came along and said not so fast not so fast. No boosters at least now except if you're sixty five or older or vulnerable when you're losing chuck todd of meet the press. You might have a problem. Check out this exchange between willie geist of nbc and chuck todd over biden's now. Chuck todd characterizes it as a pretty big credibility crisis. I would call it a catastrophe. Listen to this so we can talk about the border crisis. We can talk about the period of about one hour. On friday where we learned that the drone strike that had been touted as an attack and a victory over isis actually killed a group of civilians including seven children france recalling its ambassadors from from washington because of that nuclear deal. They were cut out of between the united states and the uk and australia and also the kobe booster news. That all came on friday. How is the white house managing all this. And what do you expect to hear from the president at the u. n. on tuesday. Well look i think he's got a pretty big a credibility crisis on his hands because all of these problems in some ways showed up after he said something basically the exact opposite afghanistan withdrawal wasn't going to be messy. This wasn't gonna look like saigon. The booster shots he came out and he essentially said eight months and even indicated. Maybe we should started as soon as five months now. We're not sure of anybody under sixty five is going to get a booster shot. So he's had of course the border has been you know whether this could. We can talk about the border problems. You could say there's years in the making but the it's pretty clear we have a bigger problem now than we've had in years. Wow chuck todd of meet the press saying that biden has a pretty big credibility crisis.

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Gunman Kills at Least Six at University

CNN 5 Things

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Gunman Kills at Least Six at University

"Officials. Say at least six people were killed today when a gunman opened fire at a university in russia. Eight hundred miles east of moscow. The russian state investigation committee says twenty eight victims have sought medical help with some hospitalized for injuries of varying degrees. Perm state university said on its telegram channel. A suspect entered the campus and began shooting and some students and teachers locked themselves into classrooms. During the attack local media video footage shows others in the campus buildings throwing their belongings out of first story windows before jumping down and running to safety. Russian officials say a suspect identified as a male student was arrested and wounded after resisting law enforcement officers. It's unclear if he was a student at perm state university.

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Gunman Opens Fire at Russian University Killing 8

NPR News Now

00:24 sec | 2 d ago

Gunman Opens Fire at Russian University Killing 8

"Shooting at a university in russia today has left at least eight people dead and a number of others wounded. The government says a rush. A gunman opened fire at perm state university in the city of perm. It's about seven hundred miles east of moscow russia's interior ministry says. The gunman is under arrest. Students and staff are said to have locked themselves in classrooms and other areas. When the shooting began

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Islamic State Militants Claim Attacks on Taliban

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 d ago

Islamic State Militants Claim Attacks on Taliban

"The extremist Islamic state group has claimed responsibility for a series of deadly bombings targeting Taliban vehicles in eastern Afghanistan on the claim published late Sunday signals a growing threat to the Taliban by their long time rivals at least eight people including several Taliban fighters were killed in the attacks in the provincial city of Jalalabad an I. S. stronghold the Taliban now face major economic and security challenges in trying to govern Afghanistan on and I think separated campaign of I. S. attacks will further complicate those efforts both groups subscribe to a harsh interpretation of Islam but the Taliban have focused on taking control of the country well I. S. affiliates that on elsewhere cool the global jihad I'm Charles that's my

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Facebook Has Struggled to Address COVID-19 Misinformation on It's Platform

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:06 min | 2 d ago

Facebook Has Struggled to Address COVID-19 Misinformation on It's Platform

"From the start of the pandemic facebook and it's ceo. Mark zuckerberg have talked publicly. About how seriously they take this crisis. Here's what zuckerberg told cnn back. In april twenty twenty. So i think one of the most important functions that facebook and our acts can do right now is help. Connect people with authoritative health information and experts at the same time to limit the spread of misinformation. But despite that goal facebook has struggled to address foles health information on its platforms. That's continued throughout the rollout of cova vaccines and they became so widespread that well. Here's how president biden described the misinformation back in july really look only pandemic you have is among unvaccinated other. Killing people policing unsubstantiated. Health claims has become a key problem for facebook one. The company has struggled to address even after warnings from employees reporters. Sam schechner is part of the investigative team. That's been working on this story. And he joins me now. Hi sam thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so sam. I think a lot of people who've been on facebook in the last year and a half have seen misinformation about the pandemic and about vaccines. Why is it so hard for facebook to take it all down. I think facebook would say this is a tough problem with a tough adversary. It's not like anti vaccine or new to facebook. They've mobilized on social media and in particular on facebook and in our reporting we've seen internal documents that show that this was an issue. This is something that they tackled in the years before the pandemic they were working on ways to identify who were in these antitax groups they develop policies that some you know certain types of content should be removed and when the pandemic hit these policies were in place so if public health authorities said that a certain type of claim wasn't just false but could cause imminent harm than they would remove that but that's a pretty narrow standard

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"kill." Discussed on Urge to Kill

Urge to Kill

10:32 min | 1 year ago

"kill." Discussed on Urge to Kill

"I don't remember anything like during that time. Like I'd never heard a gun gough like that next to me before so it was like the worst feeling ever. I didn't know of. I had gone shot or something because I feel it in my body like the vibration of everything thing so I was just like what just happened and I didn't see anything happened. Like I didn't see like the gentlemen are him falling or like I don't know it was just so weird. Everything happened to us. The bullet lodges deep into Jack's stomach. And he it falls to the floor Edwin Grabs Andrea and forces her to run away from the Motel leaving Jack to die in the whole encounter. Takes only fifteen seconds to unfold and then after that all I remember there's like hearing the gun go off and like everything just started ringing and everything was like blacked out. I then just remembered like running towards the gas station just like I don't remember anything like during that time Edwin and Andreas run about one hundred and fifty yards to a nearby gas station. They still don't have a car While Edwin searches for another car to steal the nine one one call goes out back at the motel the learn witcher emergency I it H. Hey I just transferred a call to medical a super eight motel the manager there. There's a gentleman and who says he shot in the stomach. He's laying down and room one zero eight one zero eight all right Karen. Oh okay guys. I thing as police race to the Motel Room where Jack Bleeds out on the floor Edwin spots. What's the perfect car to steal at the gas station? Then we're just running towards the gas station. And that's when he saw the car loading up and the doors were all open. No it was just the boy sitting in there and other in the backseat and their grandma. The Boy Andrea is talking about is seventeen year old. Nima Gavia me. He and his family family are on their way back to Los Angeles. After a trip to Canada visiting relatives Pardon Cheetahs and get jobs and also wanted needed because he was very tired. They're stopped at the gas station just a few hours from home. Nemo's Dad and GRANDPA are inside using the bathroom. He's he's sitting in the car with his grandma and younger brother win. Two people approached them walking towards our car. And I'm like well in my head. I was thinking you know they raghgan unlike a seventeen year. Old Kid money whatever. Just take whatever having so. I didn't like pay attention to it too much. I just went back on my phone and I turned around again like victory seconds later. He had just ruined the car. Planetary just pointing gun at my head saying driver Nima starts driving south on I five. He can hear screaming from the backseat. He thinks it's Andrea but when he looks back he sees its his grandma getting very paranoid. Ah He's like pretty much shut up for a and we all know how to speak our native language are she's like my brother and I so we're trying to figure Out like how to conquer down and I'm driving and I had just gotten my permits. Though I know off you get your permit and gun pointed to your face. Young Edwin Grabs Nina's phone and scrolls through his call log to see if he's called the cops he he didn't get the chance for my brother is like I was ready to just jump out of the car rather jump shot and and we continue driving. the Oscar. If we want to hear story ten my brother Says No. We don't want you to have any reason. Thank you. Listen you let us go. And then I'm GonNa tell you anyway. Then he proceeded Thompson. If we've ever had urged to kill he but having never had any Chrissy I kill I like crazy. I didn't say anything. I I know. I used to be a good guy. I used to be a cop but then I had to kill Iran this girl over and then I'm like oh I didn't believe him honestly he told me a story about like. How did you end over? End Cannot go behind us and he drove our sound. Mike bound South Bend Oregon. Do where we were dingy old man. Do you think I wouldn't give him a card. And then Edwin tells them about himself and his past. I'm talking about how the guy a religious person and how he had a wife and you have essentially goodbye at this point. Nima and his brother know their best shot at escaping is if they can play into edmonds emotions so that's exactly what they do. He started to ask my brother and questions about you. Know why we're here and what we were doing and so we told him that you know the grandmothers. First Time I'm in America. You know just kind of like make you feel bad like always. Just take our grandparents from Canada. The first time in America we take him back to our home in Los Angeles an Colomer out there like Oh. We're good kids and stuff like that so he will kill. You also says that you let us go. Must be run out of the boys always try to convince Edwin to let them pull over at a rest. Stop and let them out that he'll be better off with their car but without them and they're successful about about fifteen miles later. Edwin Asks Nima to pull over cars coming and essentially we just stopped on side of the road and he took the car with the girl and Edwin let Nima his is brother and their grandma go but not Andrea. She's now sitting in the passenger seat as he drives our just like kamajors stay with them. I'm like you have a perfect working car now. You have everything you need. And he was like no like I told you like their those tried to shoot me and kill me. If you're not with me so still he just needed like that. Human Shield held her Bali again and I was like Wang. Gosh just WANNA go home. Edwin has andres phone and records a video as he's driving along I five. He has a message for Keighley. Sawyers family tall Sorry about that girl. Background gang members Don't be on What do we do you are right? I I love that Are Ramey so you. Are you members boyfriend. Hey when he finishes Edwin Tells Andrea to post it to her facebook book page and the caption. He wants her to write a murderer on the loose. He was like you need to post styles like no like I have like important people on my facebook and friends and like teachers and like relatives like this is embarrassing. I don't want them seeing this zingy like that but Edwin threatens to hurt her if she doesn't so Andrea quickly changes the privacy settings on the video so only she can see it no one one else and she posts the video next Edwin calls his wife. Isabel they're talking in Spanish which Andrea can't fully understand but she gets is a sense that Isabel is trying to get Edwin to turn himself in. He's now driving through through red bluff about thirty miles south of redding. He's on the interstate going more than a hundred miles per hour. A nearby highway patrol officer sees the Cargo Flying Lying Bhai and flips on the sirens and the lights. The officer has no idea. WHO's behind the wheel? The Patrol Cars Dash Cam captures the ensuing chase. The car. edmondson's swerved between lanes passing a semi another traffic nearby officers. Joined in the chase right on Edmunds heels Edwin presses his foot down on the gas doc. One hundred one hundred ten one hundred twenty miles an hour..

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"kill." Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"kill." Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"Hi and welcome to this podcast will kill you the bonus episode i'm aaron welsh in i'm aaron allman updike first of all holy crap holy crap high so you all you have literally thousands of new listeners it's insane it's we are completely overwhelmed with the response and with the love from all of you thank you thank you think they'll thank you for listening and for rating and reviewing us on itunes and also for engaging with us on social media yeah these last few days have been an absolute whirlwind in the best way and were very excited to have you all here yeah so this is our first bonus episode which we releasing wildly work on gearing up for season to if there are any diseases or epidemics that you'd like to hear about inseason to you let us know you can find us at all over usual places on email where this podcast will kill you gmailcom our twitter our facebook instagram except tra yeah lucas up yeah well this week we will be sharing more of frank hill and brian stories which you heard a bit of at the beginning of last week's episode so if you haven't listened to episode twelve hiv aids apathy will kill you go and do that now we'll wait yeah just kidding we won't just go do it you press the pause but yet we'll severe yes so we when we interviewed these three men their stories were just so powerful and there is so much more that we wanted to be able to include in last week's episode but we couldn't fit it in so what we decided to do was to bring them to you in a special bonus episode and consider this kind of like the director's cut a bizarre twelve it's bigger and better and yeah but honestly the we are really excited and honoured to be able to share these stories with you all so let's get to the interview yeah.

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02:34 min | 3 years ago

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"Lumped in ready this diseased category ah and if you are if you have no symptoms or seem perfectly healthy and if you are part of an already marginalised group you just then further marginalised and and potentially ostracize sell are austria's ira that yes i am a end yeah it's it's horrible and even though i mean with treatment you can effectively reduce the risk of transmission to other people to very small mmhmm and treatment is not perfect by any means drug resistance is very real and treatment has serious side effects and complications but it does great leap prolong your life expectancy and decreases the risks of progressing to aids if you are hiv positive um so i mean yeah it sucks that there is such such a huge stigma associated with it where there might be many people out there who don't get tested because they don't wanna know so frustrating is that you know public health officials or government officials complain about this lack of people testing themselves but they're the ones who created the stigma they're the ones who created these these conditions in which being tested is is not a desirable thing to do right it's so frustrating yep so is there anything to desert any silver it not over lighting but is there any sort of um like what about prep yes so let's talk about prep um so prep is pre exposure prophylaxis which is it's when ciro negative people so hiv negative people are taking retrovirals to prevent infection with hiv the whom the good news is it's very effective awesome this has actually been around for at least ten years trial started in two thousand five was the earliest that i saw a wasn't licensed oral use of prep the trade name i think is true vodka or something wasn't license in the us until two thousand twelve but it's been around since long before that no guy and it's really effective dozens and dozens of clinical trials and cohort studies have shown that the use of these oral antiretrovirals can reduce risk of infection by around ninety percent that's more effective than condom use condoms are about eighty five percent effective when used correctly wow yeah so it's great yeah there is also.

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02:14 min | 3 years ago

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"We have an i mean we haven't learned anything yeah yeah and now we've talked a lot today about hiv aids in the us but this is by no means a disease of the us this is a global pandemic the who currently estimates that there are over thirty six million people globally living with hiv how including two million children and there were almost two million cases new cases diagnosed last year two million new cases and remember that these new cases don't necessarily represent new infections they just mean that people are finally coming in seeking treatment or getting tested and so those are hiv those are hiv cases islands of right the saddest statistic is that only around fifty percent of adults and forty three percent of children that currently live with hiv are actually receiving any sort of antiretroviral therapy why look why is that number fifty percent wise at number not one hundred percent right yeah that is why the things accessibility as he gets a lack of access by this lack of access means often times not just logistics but actual right my natural yes definitely definitely financials and the who also estimates that only about seventy percent of people living with hiv or seventy percent of people who are hiv positive actually know their status and even today in 20 it's 2018 now yeah one in three people that present with hiv for the first time are presenting with advanced disease which means they're not getting tested early they're waiting you know they don't know that are infected until the disease has already progressed to either aids or you know stage two or something like that so wow and that the thing about getting tested which i i didn't i didn't talk much about but the term diseases so or diseased is so interesting and if part of the the the fear of getting tested and it's a completely legitimate fear is that if even if if you get an hiv positive result even though that's no longer the death sentence that it used to be you were automatically.

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

"kill." Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"And we sat henning after year sean earth my followed by oh god that was beautifully written aerial thinks that was that was the first thing i wrote actually it was really and you have a little cries in your i do a little crazy oh my guys like us boom hooker so so what's happening today what's happening about it well i could sit here and hit you with number after number which is what i did myself all i was researching this it was like table table infections deaths deaths status it's it kind of detaches you it satiety aladi if there is um so i really appreciate what you said because that's it's very true and it's um yet sometimes it's there's too many numbers when i'm just staring at them to deal with so here's what i wanna say hiv aids is still a huge problem today it's not a problem of the past lake tens of thousands of people in the us are diagnosed with hiv and with aids every year and thousands are still dying from it in the us my gosh but what i think is the most important thing to realize is that this risk still to this day is not homogeneous and if you thought that we learned from how marginalised groups were treated at the start of the hiv aids epidemic you're very much mistaken because while advocacy groups did a lot to raise awareness and it's true that hiv aids research is.

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

"kill." Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"Four million and current cases twenty million wow before getting in to current status of hiv and aids today i want to say one more thing at the end of each episode we usually asked the question how scared to you need to be of ex disease yeah but researching the history of hiv and aids made me realize that that's not the question we should have been asking all along yeah instead we should be asking what should scare you about this disease for smallpox i would have said that it was historical accounts of intentional infection or the future threat of biowarfare yet for leprosy it's the mistreatment of people with leprosy in every case the answer has something to do with the failings of humanity and story of aids is no different there are towering villains in this story the people that you would have thought you could have trusted to do something about the disease the thing that we should be most scared about in terms of hiv and aids is not the disease itself but the response or lack of response of the government and public health agencies to this crisis the discrimination and disregard for this disease because in the us it happened to pop up in a marginalised and long ostracize group of people for every villain in the story though there is a hero or several heroes those brave men and women who took it upon themselves to organize mobilize in effect change and while the history of aids is full of heartbreak an injustice these heroes should give you hope and a belief that some people will have the courage to fight and prevail.

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02:05 min | 3 years ago

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"We more than attended trump's inauguration by the way is like seven people there so oh so probably it could be as many as three times more omega3 unattended trump's inauguration throughout the late eighty's and early ninety's act up chapters started in cities across the us and continued to educate demonstrate and advocate meanwhile the number of people with aids around the world was steeply climbing by 1991 it was at an estimated ten million ten million ten million people with aids notches with hiv um while an estimated one hundred thousand people in the u s had died from aids since the start of the epidemic 1991 eleven years oh my god it is during these years that we see the highest death tolls in the us yeah with fifteen thousand twenty thousand twenty five thousand dead each year in the early nineties yeah i saw some numbers estimated even higher than that like in the 30's and forty thousand 30s and 40s were around ninety four ninety five ninety six asked he's new experimental antivirals came onto the scene sometimes cooked up at home sometimes brought into the country buyers clubs are all over providing people with experimental drugs which if they didn't offer a cure may be offered hope real measurable qualified hope didn't come until 1995 the year the first protease inhibitors were approved people with aids who seemed to be nearing the end of their days rebounded after taking these drugs while doctors called it the lazarus effect it was very dramatic while within two years death rates in the us in in much of europe plummeted but this miracle cure would come too late for so so many people for over three hundred thousand dead in the u s for them.

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02:26 min | 3 years ago

"kill." Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"Yellow but it it actually is can really make a big impact in terms of thinking reframing things in a way that you wouldn't have thought of earlier oranges having like like intersectional workplaces where you have multiple literal people of different colors and different creeds and different genders and everything you know and that's that's very true the problem though that is that still remains is the fact that the money is all held primarily and the policies or al all held primarily by old rich exactly men yet at agenda that is only selfserve and yep exactly totally and so yeah 100 percent on board with hating them yet i mean we could go on for ever talking about the injustice area and yep yet okay so so yet the members of act up affected real measurable change in the turnaround time for experimental hiv or aids drug that's awesome made it like let's get it to the market faster yeah give these these experiments done faster they also brought about the early the long long overdue approval of drugs used to treat aids related opportunistic infections oor of preventitive let's vernon rohingya mmhmm the development of educational materials about aids for people with aids and their advocates so a lot of distribution of materials and compiling it into packets that were accessible that would that could be read by people without a phd in biophysics ran molecular genetics so that the reader has actually reaching the people they are afraid yeah what they're yeah bridge the gap from primary research to communication so amazingly it was really a it's so inspiring sicom at its finest now they're demonstrations were on ignore 'able shutting down the fda for a day during one awesome protest in another some members chain themselves to a balcony at the new york stock exchange zsa my personal favorite is when tag tag treatment action group which had split off from act up put a giant inflatable.

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"Uh but even when azt was more easily accessible many people with aids couldn't take it as i mentioned so what other drugs were being researched what else was out there yeah not very much it turns out non so a lot of the u s research efforts seem to be focused on honing azt without developing new drugs it was a housing what was moneymaking right and that's where the incentives were yeah but said there were some drugs in their early infancy act up members read the latest medical journals to do their own research on the status of new drugs to treat hiv or aids educating themselves reading text textbooks about pharmacology immunology verol aji in the words of deir kodel who's one of the act up members quote in the absence of adequate health care we have learned to become our own clinicians researchers lobbyist drug smugglers farm assists we have our own libraries newspapers drugstores and laboratories and that's exactly what they did dude this is why i'm sorry to get off to have a friend yeah can't but and film outraged his need to love we're an act three outrage eh i feel like this is such a beautiful example of why it is so important that we have diverse people in diverse roles because then you wouldn't end up in this situation in the first place if it wasn't all old white men in politics research medicine everything at this point in time i don't think you would have seen the same situation you know what i mean like that's so it's just because if everyone in your office in your lab is the same then you all have the same viewpoint than no one is going he what about this thing what are out of this new drug or what about looking at it from this perspective ngos multidisciplinary is such a word that's thrown around.

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02:20 min | 3 years ago

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"The actions of act up are the subject of the 2012 documentary how to survive a plague in the 2016 book of the same name if you haven't seen or read it go do that immediately if you have seen or read it go do it again we'll wait you really should by 1987 one drug had been approved to treat aids azt in the us yep developed initially as an anticancer drug i didn't know that so that explains how they were able to get it on the market faster than they would have if it had already been developed yep yeah and so yeah i'd had gone through clinical trials in 1985 once you treat aids and shown some promise although many patients experienced strong negative reactions yet anemia it was gnarled uncontrollable yeah yeah when fda approval went through in march of 1987 the pharmaceutical company that held the single patent on the drug burroughs wellcome announced that it would charge ten thousand dollars a year for the treatment a price well out of reach of many people with aids notches many like literally everyone a high that's absurd ah i hate money i ha i hate people yeah i hate people in money people and money together they give you took the money away from the people than in them would be were too much okay continue this announcement inspired one of the earliest actions of act up a demonstration on wall street to protest this criminally high cost of azt though it would take a couple of years and many more demonstrations acts up would finally get burroughs wellcome to reduce that price two eight thousand dollars so my god yeah but still it was i mean it was that's amazing to me that this advocacy group actually meet like me to change an impact on a pharmaceutical company i know but that's still just like so infuriating that they can just charge whatever the hell they want anna well it's we've got glass halffull glass heaven very go we need by the bank that's why we do together in when one of us is up to the other one at all the way in the whole overture.

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02:15 min | 3 years ago

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"Free to treat it no no there was nothing yeah countries were closing their borders to those who tested hiv positive including the us really oh yeah i didn't know that oh my god so so yes there was a test the result treatment rate when in 1985 rock hudson announced to the world that he was suffering from aids finally infuriatingly finally the world paid attention whose records who's a movie star yes all of a sudden there were articles in the new york times in newsweek all of a sudden people cared rogge heads and was handsome and all american movie star good friends with ronald and nancy reagan oh my god yeah i roll uh emina and i i do like i feel i feel really bad of course that he control that that he died of aids he eventually did i of aids and 1985 it just is such a shame that that it dick vat a famous person for people to care about it so often does i mean still to this day i know and where was the president in all of this what was he doing about the disease that was killing thousands of us citizens reagan would first publicly say the word aids in 1985 wow long and that was only in response to a reporter's question it would be another two years before reagan would deliver his first speech on the aids epidemic are you serious i mentioned eighty seven eighty seven he had been president for seven years as yet point that's disgusting the entirety of the aids epidemic to that point with during his presidency ice at the time of his speech which did not mention gay men as one of the hardest hit groups thirty six thousand and fifty eight americans had been diagnosed with aids and twenty thousand eight hundred and forty nine had died i those numbers don't include the global figures which by now are climbing into the hundreds of thousands yeah.

new york times nancy reagan reporter rogge ronald seven years two years
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02:14 min | 3 years ago

"kill." Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"B esporao contamination remains unclear no il oh i know i know i know deep in my heart of art yet a 1991 federal inquiry did find gallo guilty of misconduct during this research conduct was i gives you absolutely nothing i'll tell you accept a lotta hate on this podcast who kill luhn there is a little road justice wait for it the relationship between the french and us research teams had soured and tensions continued to build with a legal dispute over a patent for an antibody test i hate these people i know it got so bad that a 1985 the us president reagan and the french president jacques chirac had to settle this on my person the result gallo in the french researchers would share codiscoverer credit and the virus would be called hiv which is how it got its name lau this ugly chapter in aids research would cost gallo the nobel prize in two thousand eight which was granted not to him but to the french discoverers of the viral cause of aid mic i don't want either of them to get it to be honest they both annoyed me and while all this posturing in shameless selfpromotion was going on people were dying by the thousands although the mid 1980's saw increased awareness of aids a news reports this was an accompanied by increased compassion or treatment quite the opposite violence toward gay men increase enormously and fear took hold hospitals refused to treat aids patients morgues refused to handle the bodies of those who had succumbed to aids schools refused to admit children who are hiv positive and the availability of an antibody test while hugely valuable for an individual who could now keep an eye out for their own wellbeing and for also for public health officials to try to get an idea of the number of people that were hiv positive blend the other side of things this test brought with it the fear that huge screening campaigns will be forced upon the populations that had been hardest hit by aids right and it's not like they're offering anything like okay you know your positive now what now he can give you drugs for.

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02:30 min | 3 years ago

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"Woods of thousands contributing to the recognition of aids is a public health problem were reports of people with aids who seemed to have gotten it from a blood transfusion people who tended to not belong to marginalized groups suddenly too many americans this became may it could happen to you disease and a reason to care kosh yeah it's really humans man a horrible the cdc had been wary of blood transfusion cases for several years and their fears were confirmed bringing their reports to the heads of the blood banks the cdc was met with scorn and resistance the chances of developing aids from infected blood banks was according to one official less than one in a million oh my gosh it's over ninety percent yet so the infectivity of hiv from what will call may be standard roots of transmission sexual contact intravenous drug use or needle sticks is extremely low legwell under one percent usually per contact it's only about point three percent but with blood transfusions it's over ninety percent like i can't believe that people would be like don't worry about it find a her her oh my god well i think that that one in a million was referring to the number of uh baggio nail i'd say that were infected with hiv or whatever they yeah bbut that's no freely between it was an incredible because they underestimate they had no idea what they were dealing with at that time still just throw a number out there is so incredibly well let's let's find the motivation screening was too expensive on what are they going to scream for weld actually there wasn't a test for the disease itself but they're still was a test for hepatitis b for screenings of hepatitis hey and it was found i think that those who were int had aids or were diagnosed with aids eighty percent of them also had that makes sense feazel is like san rated or do it yeah it was a proxy yeah interesting okay as those of various law minority did screen okay but so many didn't yeah and so many just waited until the cost of being sued by tree infected transfusion recipients outweighed the cost of testing oh my god money.

Woods cdc official weld ninety percent eighty percent three percent one percent
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02:01 min | 3 years ago

"kill." Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"It was becoming clear that this disease whatever it was was sexually transmitted telling gay men to stop having sex or at least stop having unprotected sex even if that message was delivered by another gay man harking back to approve stonewall time when gay people were even more shunned than they were in the 80s it was viewed by many as fingerwagging moralistic bs that served to only shame people install gay liberation which had gained so much momentum since the '60s larry kramer was on the losing side of this argument he wanted to tell people to stop having sex and this disagreement along with others would lead to his departure from the group the discussion at the public health level was the forced closure of bath houses which was supported by some epidemiologist on the cdc taskforce but was obviously illegal plus the owners of the bath houses didn't want to lose prophet and have their institutions labelled as centres of disease whether or not bath house closure or telling gay men to stop having unprotected sex was wellintentioned these suggestions replacing the burden of disease prevention not on the medical research community but on the people who may become infected or rdr infected yeah and that's just not the way to do things us not the way we do public health or not the way we should do public health writer shortly after the creation of the jam hc aids gets its first mention in the wall street journal february 1982 buried deep beyond the first page was the headline quote new often fatal illness in homosexuals turns up and women heterosexual males if you read between the lines that headline reads you know we've not about this disease killing gay people for a while but now that it's also killing straight people we care enough to tell you about it yeah and this exemplifies how mainstream news out.

larry kramer public health writer wall street journal cdc
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02:00 min | 3 years ago

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"Yeah i mean so this means that if you were not heterosexual you could be diagnosed by a medical professional as being sick rate this and the general discrimination by so many others led to the complete failure to provide adequate funding and resources quickly enough to slow down this building epidemic in the early years of the aids crisis disease was referred to as alternatively gay cancer gain ammonia or grid for gay related immunedeficiency this labeling of aids as unique to gay man had profound consequences first assistance on santa points out in her essay aids in its metaphors people seek meaning in disease and want to find out why me oh my god i know this labeling allowed people to answer because you're gay yet were because i'm gay yet which perpetuated feelings of shame and gilts and also is just factually untrue complete lantra so that sucks for people who were infected who are not gay or you know i mean in this this is a form of victim blaming that were still not passed today yeah it also allowed homophobic bigoted people to look at this as justified as divine punishment for what they viewed as immoral behaviour many of these bigots by the way we're politicians who would later actively lobby against funding for aids research jesse helms i'm looking at you you piece of human garbage chillier air rage chilling your rage inhaling right now yeah i do him to the fasts three would allow i have finally these labels made silence acceptable after all this was a disease hit him only a small group of people it would probably burn itself out quickly what's the point of throwing money away that's not what i believe that's with politicians.

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02:08 min | 3 years ago

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"A common thread that would reveal the origin of this epidemic for those physicians in epidemiologist who were seeing the suffering and devastation caused by aids first hand there was no time for a leisurely comprehensive casecontrol study the house was already on fire but to so many others aides was an opportunity to get an article published in science to patent a test for the disease or a shouted nobel prize the cdc taskforce set out to conduct some shoe leather epidemiology which if you remember from the caller episode includes interviews with people suffering from the disease and physicians who had treated them in all of their like friends and family and contests contacts exactly especially if you think that it might be something that is transmitted sexually right than that's really important to trace contacts exactly and two things emerged from these early interviews one is that heterosexual intravenous drug users were also becoming sick with the disease the other is that several of the gay men who were among the earliest recognize cases seemed to be linked to one another by their sexual history both of these things pointed to an infectious disease transmitted by blood or bodily fluids not an environmental exposure i wasn't going to talk much about the infamous patient zero but i feel like i need to just to clear up a few things okay first of all did you know that the term patient zero comes from the aids crisis in the us no i didn't know that an all yeah if you've read anything about the early days of the aids epidemic it's likely that you've stumbled across upon the name got tom deuba or at least his description a handsome charming gay flight attendant from montreal a frequenter of gay bath houses in the city's who visited and in popular history responsible for the aids epidemic in the us in the early days of the cdc taskforce epidemiologist took note of interviewees social network friend sexual contacts etcetera gotten had registered on the cdc's radar because he popped up in a few of the networks they had mapped.

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

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"In an otherwise good health struggling to beat these normally harmless infections in losing it would be many years and thousands more cases before there would be an answer by the end of nineteen eighty fifty five men had been diagnosed with some infection later recognised as characteristic of aids while doctors were beginning to notice a pattern something was destroying game ends immune systems leaving them open to opportunistic infection early nineteen 81 the cdc is alerted to the pandemic for the first time by sandra forward a lab tech at the cdc who works to fill prescriptions and notices an unusual increase in requests for a drug used to treat a rare pneumonia i found our fence of some crossover arrigo sandy forward andy florida by may rumors of a mysterious disease attacking and killing gay men are rampant throughout parts of the country the first article in the world in the world about the disease is published on may 18th in the new york native which as a gay newspaper titled disease rumors largely unfounded turns out they were founded yeah but yes so anyway shortly after that the morbidity mortality weekly report describing those five coup the cluster of five cases that erin talked about in the biology section right yeah appears at a taskforce is formed at the cdc their immediate goal is to identify what is causing this epidemic so far this disease has seemed to primarily hit game males in cities with large gay communities the scientists think okay we're dealing with a common exposure or infectious agent caps pauper's or nitrile on halons was a contender in the noninfectious origin camp while a sexually transmitted virus new to humans was proposed by epidemiologist and taskforce member don francis as the cause criminally understaffed and suffering from sweeping budget cuts the cdc taskforce set about trying to isolate.

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