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"kirk johnson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on AP News

"Baseball's all time hits leader is a Minnesota medical board has reprimanded the doctor who prescribed pain medication for prince but put it in another person's name in the months before prince died in twenty sixteen the Minnesota board of medical practice order doctor Michael Schulenburg to pay a civil penalty of four thousand six hundred forty eight dollars last month the board didn't name prince but the Star Tribune says the board identified him as patient number one and his body guard Kirk Johnson was identified as patient number two Schulenburg attorney any Connors declined comment American tennis player Abigail spears was handed a twenty two month doping ban on Wednesday after a positive test from last year's U. S. open spears to thirty eight has won twenty one women's doubles titles during her career and won the mixed doubles title at the Australian Open in twenty seventeen the international tennis federation said she tested positive for two prohibited substances press around and testosterone spears was charged and provisionally suspended on November seventh the I TF accepted her explanation let her use of the substances was unconnected to sports performance but said her fault was deemed to be high the ban was back dated to start of the day's spears was provisionally suspended and goes through September sixth of twenty twenty one I'm finds president trump not guilty a B. soccer Madani with more the respondent.

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Morning news it is seven twenty six we got a temperature of sixty two degrees and a doctor who prescribed pain killers for plans and his body guard has been disciplined here's Machel Pelino with some entertainment news the Minnesota medical board is displaying the doctor who prescribed pain killers for prince Dr Michael Schulenburg was ordered to pay a civil penalty of four thousand six hundred forty eight dollars the board did not name prince in the report according to the Star Tribune however they identified patient over to as prince's body guard Kirk Johnson in the report Schulenburg discussed the clinic visit where patient to ask for controlled substance for patient over one virtual Berg decline then he asked for the controlled substance for patient number two which he felt prince died April twenty first twenty sixteen of accidental fat no overdose the source of the counterfeit pills that killed the icon was never found we shop Lino fox news coming up Jessica Rosenthal after the bottom of the hour news weather and traffic been Ferguson at seven forty five checking in with him to sixty two degrees got some rain on the way we'll get you in the know before you go your members morning news time seven twenty seven join us at the address center show about mid south it is back at the actors centre February fourteenth through sixteenth shop compare and save from hundreds of experts to turn your dream home into reality we have everything to.

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Prince doctor to pay $4K civil penalty for prescription

Steve Cochran

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Prince doctor to pay $4K civil penalty for prescription

"Concern a Minnesota medical board has disappointed doctor who treated prince for prescribing pain medication in another person's name the Minnesota board of medical practice last month reprimanded Dr Michael Schulenburg in order him to pay a civil penalty of four thousand six hundred forty eight dollars I don't know how they came to that exact amount but the board did not name prince however in a report he was identified as patient number one and his long time friend and bodyguard Kirk Johnson as patient number two Schulenburg initially told the board he did not know pain killers he prescribed for Johnson were intended for prince authorities said excellent Berg admitted prescribing oxy code own a different opioid to prince's body guard Johnson in the days before prince died knowing the drug would go to prince Schulenburg disputed that allegation although he paid thirty thousand dollars in two thousand eighteen to settle a federal civil violation alleging the drug was prescribed

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It won't have exits into downtown. So it will be a problem for everyone. But what people are not talking about is a sense of loss. We will experience joining us right now New York Times Seattle bureau chief Kirk Johnson Kirk this is Mike Lewis with Cairo. Thanks for joining us on air today. Live written a bunch about about Seattle waterfront I mean, from the tunnel fiasco to the to the seawall a fiasco to the coming to the bringing down of the viaduct, and the thing that struck me when I you folks published a your predecessor here in Seattle published a pretty interesting story about how it was his favorite one mile drive in the west because it's such a. Beautiful one mile sometimes slow one mile into the city. You get an unusually good view the city. What's what are we losing other than traffic flow? What are we losing when the viaduct comes down? Well, we're we're losing a piece of of old Seattle. It certainly was an emblem of the mid and early twentieth. Centuries of what seemed like a huge advance over the old crummy roads. If the waterfront that preceded it, but the big thing that it did certainly for for a lot of years. Was it got you up and out of elevated as what did and you saw as you as you passed by the city and the water, and it was in its own kind of weird way spectacular. Think of a of a drive that never had existed prior to that in in the city when you bring people g. Gee was talking about this earlier, everyone in the newsroom was sort of talking about this over the course of the last couple of weeks, as we see, you know, the thing that we love to hate finally going away, and everyone gets is getting a bit nostalgic. Because I remember the first time I came to Seattle. It was I was being recruited up here by the post Intelligencer newspaper, my friend who worked there at the time was the one who picked me up at the airport and insisted on driving me on ninety nine into the city because it was the best way to see the city, especially when you and it was spectacular. You look out. You get that sort of Taurus moment when you come in on that road in the ferries are coming in and maybe at sunset, and it's really beautiful me. Do you do the same thing when you come into town? And and do you experience that kind of wave of like, wow, this is really a beautiful view. Yeah. Definitely. But I also in a kind of maybe perverse way found the the ground level underneath the viaduct, and that sort of whole shadowy kind of weird world that it created underneath. It can be interesting to it. The road the allegation of it lifted up the cars overhead, but it created this whole kind of underworld beneath it to that was. I think in many ways a really interesting hold piece of the of the city that's gonna go away as well. That was. Had its connections back to, you know, all pioneer square, and and old Klondike era stuff of that kind of was sheltered in a strange way from the modern wave of development by that kind of hulking thing that grew up there. Well, that's a that's a great point. In fact, I didn't believe it hadn't even thought about that. Until you just started saying, I think, of course, I remember when I first got into town the infamous and famous okay hotel was still in here and things like that. And you're right. There was this. There was this whole sort of underbelly of Seattle that in a weird way. Made it feel like even more of a city because it had this area that you light never reached. And it was your connection to pioneer square, and it kind of grew up underneath because nobody wanted that real estate back then. Yeah. It was gloomy. It has had a slightly dangerous source semi. It'd be the occasional piece of the viaduct. That would fall off. It was it was its own world underneath that was a piece of that. It's going to be lost to for sure we're joined here by New York Times Seattle bureau chief Kirk Johnson in her question. What are you? What do you see as the biggest problem with our transportation system here? Well. I think the place to start is with is. It is in almost any city. You have too many people in private cars in with one person in the wheel. That is that's. The generalization what jokes city after city. I mean, there are certainly positive trends and numbers about more and more people taking transit and the numbers of people who have our daily driving on the viaduct are down considerably from their peak before the great recession people have shifted around and adapted. And but the more that we can get out of our cars, I think any city gets better. Well, thank you so much Kirk Johnson. Really appreciate you taking the time to jump on what this means to world. Thank you. Thanks for having me. That's Kirk Johnson. Your time Seattle bureau chief on to talk to Mike Lewis. And I and all of you about what's going to happen. And what's it gonna look like when the via doom happens in no more bringing folks in town, Mike, and let them see that. Nice. You look like.

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on KCRW

"Kirk johnson. How has the federal government responded to the campfire and to what's happening right now in California, and it started out with the most current numbers? The federal government has responded as it always has for emergencies of this sort total firefighters assigned to the fire right now. Thirty two twenty three the personnel and the coordination and the promise of funding has been there. There's more than seven thousand firefighters out on the fire lines still. But many of those assumptions were sort of upended on Saturday. President Trump is responding to the fires burning in California right now. When President Trump tweeted that there's no reason for these massive deadly and costly forest. Fires in California. There were mismanagement issues of the forests in play in California. Billions of dollars are given each year with so many lives lost all because of gross mismanagement of the forests remedy now or no more fed payments, and that really hit around nerve for people who were still reeling from it that statement was. It was ill-timed, and it's ignorant in fearing that the federal response or the future response was somehow in doubt. Look, I don't think it's a gross exaggeration to say Trump's declare war on California, governor elect Gavin Newsom immediately in vehemently denounced, the president's tweed. He said that this is not a time for partisanship. So clearly interpreted the president's statement as a politically driven greater than land management for environmental policy statement and presumably politically driven at a democratically dominated state that is certainly how you would read Gavin's statement. And President Trump is suggesting.

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Org, or Twitter and Facebook at on point radio. Well, in a couple of moments, we hope to be joined by page Williams. She's a staff writer at the New Yorker and author of a great new book called dinosaur artist or the dinosaur artists obsession betrayal and the quest for the earth, alternate trophy. But as these things go, she's trapped in traffic right now. So we're hoping to hear from page pretty soon as soon as you can get to the studio. But joining us, I, until we hear from page is Kirk Johnson. He is a paleontologist and the director of the Smithsonian's national museum of natural history and he's with us today from Washington, Kirk, Johnson, welcome to on point. Why am I gonna? How are you? I'm doing very well. So this isn't exactly the order of operations that we thought we'd go through when page gets here. I'm wanted to have her tell us the story of of Eric Prakob in in detail because it's really fascinating one. But I mean you're there in the middle of all this. You're at the Smithsonian Europalia ntala yourself. I mean, what's your? What's your take? Like how. How deep is the black market for fossils in this around the world? It's pretty large. I think the key point is that some countries have fossils that can export and other fossil countries don't, and there's five major countries in the world that produce a lot of dinosaurs. It's Canada, China, Mongolia, Argentina, and the United States in only the United States as a legal market. All the rest of those countries don't allow the export of dinosaurs for sale United States. If the, if the fossil comes off of private land, it's owned by the landowner and can be legally sold. If it's off a federal land belongs to the people the nation in can't be sold. So that's kind of a context into which fossil smuggling happens in when we see a dinosaur come into the country from Canada or China or Mongolia, Argentina. We know right off the bat that it wasn't legally collected. I see. Okay..

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Like once you gain a certain level of notoriety as a screenwriter or as an actor and you may be have friends that you've worked with in the past but haven't really gotten a chance to prove themselves is is it important like for you to include those people may be a non a project the next time you do it or are you looking for new collaborators to work with i don't know i mean for me for me it's about a comfort thing so immediately following the unicorn the other two riders kirk johnson will elliott night started we wrote two more films just 'cause like we were in this groove already so i mean i don't feel i mean i think it's great to come up with your friends and bring your friends with you but i i never felt like oh i need i knew i need new frames yeah you know what i mean like i think that just happens naturally like other projects happened in other people like collaborate with you but i don't know there's something like comfortable about just having your friends and i think if you're lucky enough to find people that you work well with it's good to stick with it's so hard to find people that you enjoy working with any can create a good product with so don't get over them truly truly i want to talk about what makes good filmmaker so i feel like as an actor i've learned a lot about watching from watching directors work and i've been very lucky i've gotten to work with some really establish directors and also some people who are just coming up take rubber and i feel like robert had a really great i mean no you i'm sorry you're in a merging director in i think that you handle this movie really well i think you didn't make the mistake that i see a lot of people make when they're first starting out which is that they feel like they have to control everything but what i have noticed from watching the directors that i really respect that i think the job of the director is to find good collaborators collaborators empower them trust your judgment trust.

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Dennis prager something that has troubled me for years is actually much of my lifetime since i was a kid and knew about it with regard to vietnam and then again happening in iraq you help the united states fight and then we abandon you on i will tell you what pride i haven't been an american this is one of the rare times where i feel embarrassed to be an american it is over these issues in you know how much i exalt gratitude this is the ultimate ingratitude people risk their lives in iraq or vietnam for the united states and then byebye charlie and i i don't understand it doesn't accord with my understanding of america it's the cognitive dissonance that i have never resolved so here's somebody who's working on this by sheer unbelievable total coincidence because i became interested in him because of his book on an oddball crime and now it turns out he has been active and he's written a book in fact on the abandonment of our iraqi helpers so what was the point is name is kirk johnson what is first of all what is the book on the first book on what is the title could be a friend is fatal to fight to save iraqis american left behind and who published that has scribner did okay let's make it a bestseller everybody and we're going to put that up on on our website that will help you that'll that'll help because it's a pleasure while will you sing about franklin well we had you know we had there was a massive jewish refugee crisis happening late thirties as as the war was breaking out and on the eve of the war and fdr actually warned us he said we have to watch out for jewish refugees hitler could induce them into spying on behalf of the third reich by putting giving threats to their family members back in germany and immediately after he said that breckenridge long who is the head of the refugee bureau at the time rhoda kind of infamous cable in which he he instructed his consular officers to basically slow roll every application and you you make them sign this form three times in that form will expire before the next one can actually be feasibly achieve then and he said we can effectively delay and delay and delay the the the granting of these visas and.

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Prince have complained to feeling ansi maybe he was taking side effects and he had stopped taking quote tylenol that morning now stopping taking tylenol wouldn't make you ansi so i'm not really sure what's going on there so john schulenburg has agreed to pay thirty thousand dollars settlement over prescription he did provide any given to johnson apparently he allegedly wrote a prescription for oxycodones oxycodone is worn the purpose at family not the vicodin family on april fourteenth and he wrote the prescription in the name of prince's bodyguard so prince could get the painkiller and it not be on this is allegedly and this not the on a da or a controlled substance report now no prosecutors have been able to determine who supply pills they've been now it's been a year or two two years now it's been two years and i guess these pills that were laced were under the brand name a viking it and they say that's what caused the stars accidental overdose and they're not able to find evidence of prince knew the pills were counterfeits so if he was duped that's where what happens i my problem with that though is i you know you have somebody else pick up your prescriptions and apparently you can't do that you can't have somebody else pick up your prescriptions most of us can't do that because you have to show your id for narcotics otherwise somebody else is gonna steal your prescription but i guess there is a way to have a proxy if you cannot leave you know you're bad or whatever there is a way to have a proxy do that but prince had long issue of issues apparently in april seven two thousand sixteen pretend to postpone a couple of concerts he had fallen ill with the quote unquote flu then he told people in april fourteenth he was you know under the flu but he's saying he didn't limited show then on april fourteenth hilbert wrote a prescription for oxycodones for kirk johnson with the intention of the juggled prince this is according to a search warrant but the attorney for sheila burke has disputed that then between april fourteenth and april fifteenth prince does fall ill on the flight home from atlanta to make an emergency stop he was unconscious on a plane had to give it.

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Know that eating carbs and eating swedes we'll make you fat i will give you cavities i know that taking painkillers could make you addicted and if you are in pain and there's not much you can do about it and you have to take painkillers and you have to you know unfortunately become tolerant and dependent on them tolerant to and dependent on you need to work very closely with the physician to manage your pain i believe that is common knowledge and i will not tolerate anybody saying that prince was uneducated he wasn't prince was a very very smart ban a brilliant artist brilliant songwriter choreographer this man for what was actually a genius so i'm not going to tolerate anybody saying oh come on he was duped he was educated he would know he was this guy very very smart man and so people want to i want somebody to be held accountable for his death princess family and fans have expressed disappointment after prosecutors announced that no one will face charges over his fatal quote accidental overdose the singers cousin charles smith joined scores of fans who gathered at paisley park you remember prints on the second anniversary of his death you see here's the thing i'm a fan of prince i think that's insulting to make it look like he was you know dupes or he was it's insulting to his television who was a bright man so i i mean as a fan i'm insulted by people say oh somebody did this to him you know now the tone was originally celebration to honor the purple rain singer but there was anger and people were mad that he died now we are having a lot of very interesting footage come up of a couple of days prior to prince unfortunately there's video footage of prince looking pale gaunt withdraw according to daily mail as he entered the doctor's office just twenty four hours before steph he was caught on surveillance cameras walking down the hallway with his assistant kirk johnson and dr michael todd schulenburg this was during this battle with painkiller dependency an opiate withdrawal the final days of his life he went into see the doctor and april twentieth they say his friends and supporters were starting to get concerned about declining health and then a day later on april twenty one.

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Bridge died two years ago at the age of fifty seven we're learning more about the last couple of days of his life here's abc's eva pilgrim newly released video of prince dressed in black looking god walking into his doctor's office alongside his bodyguard kirk johnson just a day before his death the sheriff's office also releasing video of johnson making two trips to a local walgreens later that day to pick up prescriptions for the superstar the next day prints suffered a fatal overdose never before seen images showed the inside of his home that day he died at his kitchen table a pair of sunglasses at an uneaten meal waiting one police rushing to his paisley parker state in april of two thousand sixteen deputies finding pills scattered all over his home bag with the words opium found tucked in his music vault shelves and shelves packed full of recordings one labeled works in progress another box jam of the century folders full of lyrics a bank bag full of cash authorities say it was counterfeit viking it laced with fed no that kill the star but i've decided not to pursue criminal charges saying there is no evidence who gave the star those particular pills there is no doubt that the actions of individuals around prince will be criticized questioned in judged in the days and weeks to come but suspicions and innuendo are categorically insufficient to support any criminal charges his death shining a light on a growing counterfeit drug crisis experts say hundreds of thousands of fake pills flooding the us drug market meanwhile feno killing twenty thousand people just last year we've never seen anything like sentinel before this is this is a new level of deadliness and again it only takes two milligrams to kill somebody and that's a guarantee they face a major obstacles case one of which was prince didn't use a cell phone so all the communication about the medication was person to person conversations nothing was text message so it's really hard to determine who was involved and who knew what about this medication how that medication got to him abc's eva pilgrim seattle's roosevelt high school jazz band has been named one of the best in the country take a listen fifteen finalists nationwide competing in the new york city jazz competition called simply ellington here's band director scott brown we're dealing with nuances subtle.

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Now bridge died two years ago at the age of fifty seven we're learning more about the last couple of days of his life here's abc's eva pilgrim newly released video of prince dressed in black looking god walking into his doctor's office alongside his bodyguard kirk johnson just a day before his death the sheriff's office also releasing video of johnson making two trips to a local walgreens later that day to pick up prescriptions for the superstar the next day prince suffered a fatal overdose never before seen images show the inside of his home the day he died at his kitchen table a pair of sunglasses at an uneaten meal waiting one out of on ronan should police rushing to his state in april of two thousand sixteen deputies finding pills scattered all over his home bag with the words opium down tucked in his music vault shelves and shelves packed full of recordings one labeled works in progress another box jam of the century folders full of lyrics a bank bag full of cash authorities say it was counterfeit viking laced with fat note that killed the star but have decided not to pursue criminal charges saying there is no evidence who gave the star those particular pills there is no doubt that the actions of individuals around prince will be criticized question in judged in the days and weeks to come but suspicions and innuendo are categorically insufficient to support any criminal charges his death shining a light on a growing counterfeit drug crisis experts say hundreds of thousands of fake pills flood the us drug market meanwhile feno killing twenty thousand people just last year we've never seen anything like centeno before this is this is a new level of deadliness and again it only takes two milligrams to kill somebody and that's a major obstacles with case one of which was prince didn't use a cell phone so all the communication about the medication was person to person conversations nothing was in text message so it's really hard to determine who was involved and who knew what about this medication how that medication got to him abc's eva pilgrim seattle's roosevelt high school jazz band has been named one of the best in the country take a listen cleared is one of fifteen finalists nationwide competing in the new york city jazz competition called simply ellington here's band director scott brown we're dealing with nuances subtle details of.

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"The editor's desk assisted by eric some of the stories that we are following for you today arrests in downtown seattle this morning amid a protest at the under construction juvenile jail they're also authorities in northern florida trying to learn the motive for the murders of two sheriff's deputies were shot to death while the eight lunch yesterday investigators say the gunman walked up to the restaurant in trenton that's west of gainesville and north of orlando shop the deputies there komo news time ten eighteen or learning more about the last couple of days of princes life abc's eva pilgrim reports newly released video of prints dressed in black looking god walking into his doctor's office alongside his bodyguard kirk johnson just a day before his death the sheriff's office also releasing video of johnson making two trips to a local walgreens later that day day to pick up prescriptions for the superstar the next day prince suffered a fatal overdose never before seeing images showed the inside of his home the day he died at his kitchen table a pair of sunglasses at an uneaten meal waiting one out of our down police rushing to his paisley parker state in april of two thousand sixteen deputies finding pills scattered all over his home bag with the words opium found tucked in his music vault shelves and shelves packed full of recordings one labeled works in progress another box jam of the century folders full of lyrics a bank bag full of cash authorities say it was counterfeit viking laced with fat note that killed the star but had decided not to pursue criminal charges saying there is no evidence who gave the star those particular pills there is no doubt that the actions of individuals around prince will be criticized question in judged in the days and weeks to come but suspicions and innuendo are categorically insufficient to support any criminal charges his death shining a light on a growing counterfeit drug crisis experts say hundreds of thousands of fake pills flooding the us drug market meanwhile feno killing twenty thousand people just last year we've never seen anything like sent before this is this is a new level of deadliness and again it only takes two milligrams to kill somebody say they face a major obstacles with case one of.

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Video shows Prince at doctor's office day before his deadly overdose

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:26 min | 3 years ago

Video shows Prince at doctor's office day before his deadly overdose

"The editor's desk assisted by eric some of the stories that we are following for you today arrests in downtown seattle this morning amid a protest at the under construction juvenile jail they're also authorities in northern florida trying to learn the motive for the murders of two sheriff's deputies were shot to death while the eight lunch yesterday investigators say the gunman walked up to the restaurant in trenton that's west of gainesville and north of orlando shop the deputies there komo news time ten eighteen or learning more about the last couple of days of princes life abc's eva pilgrim reports newly released video of prints dressed in black looking god walking into his doctor's office alongside his bodyguard kirk johnson just a day before his death the sheriff's office also releasing video of johnson making two trips to a local walgreens later that day day to pick up prescriptions for the superstar the next day prince suffered a fatal overdose never before seeing images showed the inside of his home the day he died at his kitchen table a pair of sunglasses at an uneaten meal waiting one out of our down police rushing to his paisley parker state in april of two thousand sixteen deputies finding pills scattered all over his home bag with the words opium found tucked in his music vault shelves and shelves packed full of recordings one labeled works in progress another box jam of the century folders full of lyrics a bank bag full of cash authorities say it was counterfeit viking laced with fat note that killed the star but had decided not to pursue criminal charges saying there is no evidence who gave the star those particular pills there is no doubt that the actions of individuals around prince will be criticized question in judged in the days and weeks to come but suspicions and innuendo are categorically insufficient to support any criminal charges his death shining a light on a growing counterfeit drug crisis experts say hundreds of thousands of fake pills flooding the us drug market meanwhile feno killing twenty thousand people just last year we've never seen anything like sent before this is this is a new level of deadliness and again it only takes two milligrams to kill somebody say they face a major obstacles with case one of.

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Shouts there's a rule enforce the rule that that's it for the people pay all the god damn taxes well and even even saying homeless now is is something that's as i told you when i drive in the news and stuff and we've had urban campers and then the one i heard yesterday was unsheltered persons grows now even saying homeless is something that's thing yeah well doctor who prescribed oxycodones for prince a week before he died has agreed to pay thirty thousand dollars in fines to the federal government michael shulan burssels coprince yep he's completely cooperating with law enforcement carver county minnesota officials determined that lindbergh wrote the scripts for the painkiller to kirk johnson prince's bodyguard not listing prince as the recipient is guarding i feel like as a bodyguard you do almost everything but bodyguard everything is like the bodyguard score the drugs and he'd get the checks at some point the bodyguard was banging my wife the body does everything but you never heard star wars bodyguard do well a guy tried to tack me he read never that they do everything but guard the body trying as you if you're david spade yeah yeah i just feel like the bodyguard that title got a lot of rain lot of rain so he they said that he was on the script because they want to protect prince's privacy bottles of several meds prescribed by schellenberg were founded a suitcase next to prince his bed the doctor's license will not be suspended.

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wrote out the prescription to princess friend kirk johnson's thirty years we spoke with johnson last year anything that you wish you had done personally to stop his drug use oh my goodness next you don't feel like people enabled him next i spoke to princess cousin charles smith who says the family is very disappointed there were no criminal charges filed and jeff he also believes that prince inner circle enabled the addiction that led to the singer's death jamie yuccas thank you very much philadelphia's police commissioner apologized today for his remarks following the arrest of two black men at starbucks video of the racially charged incident went viral and set off a week of protests michelle miller has our update tonight messaging is important and fail miserably in this regard despite that admission commissioner richard ross again defended the actions of his officers when they arrested two black men at this starbucks last week it was captured on video ross says this on facebook over the weekend it is important to emphasize and underscore that these officers had legal standing to make this arrest these officers did absolutely nothing wrong but today he took the blame for making what he said was a bad situation worse i can appreciate in light of the starbucks policy and how well known it is too many of these two men were paul and they were asked to leave for this reason me i apologize to them the two men sean nelson and dante robinson told their story to abc where the table now we're just talking amongst each other not at the time he wasn't read any rights this lana escorted out it into his squad car starbucks has apologized to the men and we'll be training all of its employees on how to avoid discriminating against customers lori for dell trains police on the subject after they get the training a person will be able to stop and ask themselves you know would i be responding this way to this person in starbucks nelson and robinson say they want real change after what they went through and jeff able leave the starbucks plan to move forward with this training next month is a good start show miller thank you very much in.

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Fact that criminal charges are not brought certainly does not mean that some person or persons associated with prince did not assist renewable prints in obtaining the counterfeit vicadin after all prince somehow did come into possession of the pills and the pills had to come from some source there is no doubt that the actions of individuals around prince will be criticized questioned in judged and the days and weeks to come but suspicions and innuendo are categorically insufficient to support any criminal charges assigning blame by implication is not my role as a carbon county attorney and as a prosecutor my role is to make exacting legal determinations based on established reliable facts not to pass moral judgments to ethically charge anybody with any crime requires probable clause plus a reasonable likelihood of conviction noting that the threshold of proof in criminal cases beyond a reasonable doubt to the unanimous jury the bottom line is that we simply do not have sufficient evidence to charge anyone with crime related to princess death so you know and the the deal was is that the doctor that was in question this doctor sullen they agreed to a civil settlement dr schulenburg go pay thirty thousand dollar fine he knew the pain killers that he was prescribing for prince's drummer kirk johnson would be used by print yes he did and it was percocet yeah so you're not allowed to do that so he paid a thirty thousand dollar a civil settlement and will be monitored under a two year thing and the way the cover coney attorney said you know the both the drummer he's longtime friend of prince and the doctor knew the prince was very private about it he did not know want people to know he was in chronic terrible pain you know there's lots of if swish should and all of this but he was in chronic pain and he was taking probably more pills than could be prescribed so somebody oh i'll get you some on the on the street and fenton all is so oh easily manufactured it's like thinking breaking bad making the math yeah it's it's so cheap to make it's cheaper to do that than to go and find real vicadin this viking in.

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Repatriation to be approved first the smithsonian went through the process to determine that this set of remains was from people culturally affiliated with the yoghurt commute the people of a y'all gig the museum leaned heavily on the work of alexander salmon her family has lived in agc for generations and she research the area's history for her master's thesis this was a collaborative effort between this missile in and our village but it was are really us telling them that these are hours this is who we are and it's not anthropology coming from the other direction telling you who you are and where you came from after the funeral service the coffins were loaded into a skept this time the remains were accompanied by a different member of this myth cillian the director of the national museum of natural history kirk johnson the smithsonian is known as an institution that collects but giving history back has become part of its duty in recent decades he says that it's been important to work with need of communities on these repatriations some of their grandparents or they're more recent relatives are actually in museums as collections adams which just doesn't make much sense from a human point of view there is something there was very unfair that was done here at a site near casc inec a whole was already dug on the hillside overlooking the cui jack river the feast prayed as the coffins were lowered johnson alongside the yucca commute health to fill the grave and soon only three white crosses in a fresh poll of soil marked it the bones finally laid to rest the village performed a traditional yupik dance facing east with dance fans held high they bless their ancestors in claimed two dozen of their people for npr news i'm avery low in y'all gig alaska the film tejada tells the true story of mary thompson fisher who is considered one of the greatest native american performers and it was produced by the chickasaw nation which started the film production arm to tell its own stories as gramley brewer reports the film tail to begins when mary thompson fisher was a little girl growing up in pre statehood oklahoma before she took the stage name toyota and traveled the world calling tell the stories of native peoples screenwriter jeannie barber recalled that surely after joining the chickasaw nations multimedia department she meant toyota just before her death in 1995 at the age of.

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"kirk johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"kirk johnson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The game of of shooting black people or or or harassing them so i mean it's been around for so long um and people have seen yet somehow they're still an overwhelming response of of justification even if he's the it's it's it's kind of interesting i think israel fascinating especially now um of course there's been a uh there some officers uh won't be charged with and freddie grace by respect and then there's this whole thing the with the nurse the recent thing in the nursing how people react to the nurse as opposed to how people react to heal a football player who what he expect he fit the description most here wow this is a copies cattle should lose his job because he and cuff this poor for doing job at one of those things to that i think as as canadians we tend to think that we look at vista voyeuristic lee we tend to ignore the racial profiling about the happens in in our own communities this film a shot in halifax that should be player that like i know a talbak so that we now vexed by it's not explicitly ever stated why did you decide not to name the city because it's any city anywhere two one person it feels like chicago to another person it feels like toronto see it so and that's to me that says a lot more than putting it somewhere near the recent the reason i ask that is because in the past halifax as police force has been criticized for its treatment of people of color of information released by halifax regional police in january says that black people three times more likely to be stopped in the street them white people so how much does this was on your mind when you were shooting in your hometown when you were shooting in halifax i'll always i mean one of the big things we're young was the real thing of driving wore black wereal was kirk johnson in the boxer was pulled over for um for having a nice car like these things all keep coming around almost every time every incidents you know the fact even that their scandals going up into some of our neighborhoods and things like that infiltrate in because when you when you and both of.

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