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V103

02:55 min | 2 months ago

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"You, Everybody. Good morning, The Governor of Virginia Ralph Northam says he's directing state police to investigate the encounter that has caused natural Latino Army medical officer to sue two white police officers in the town of Windsor Army. Second Lieutenant Corona scenario can be seen on video in uniform last December, asking cops why he was pulled over hanging both his hands out the window and saying You have to commit a crime and use frankly afraid to exit the car because they both had their guns drawn. Your weapons drawn. What's going on? Now I see the cop claim that Liz Aereo, who tells Ari was driving a new car with no license plate, and one of them, Pepper sprayed him. But the officer's body Cam shows that his temporary dealer plate was clearly in the rear mirror. Okay, anyway, the copper who pepper sprayed him is already been five today marks the start of the third week of the Derrick showman George Floyd murder trial on Friday, and medical examiner who pronounced Mr Floyd's death. A homicide took the stand but also another forensic pathologist, Lindsay Thomas. Who said she agreed with all the other diagnoses that Mr Floyd died of suffocation as a result of actions by the police and not heart failure. Death does not fit. What has been described in someone who dies of a cardiac arrhythmia from arterial, sclerotic heart disease and, likewise, hypertensive heart disease towards the defense gets to present its case, and Derek Sheldon's lawyers have already signaled they intend to focus on George Floyd's drug use his heart condition anything else that can drum up to put doubt in the minds of the jurors for a Republican House Speaker John Boehner says in his upcoming new book on the House of Washington memoir. That's the name of the book that Donald Trump inside of the Capitol Hill ride on January. Six for his own selfish reasons perpetuated. Shall we say, the sugar honey ice tea, and he didn't use that. He said the word that he's been shoveling since he lost a fair election. Danger, says Trump's election claims of false and that those claims led to the GOP losing control of the Congress. Meanwhile, and nevertheless, Donald Trump demonstrated his continued hold on the GOP held a big con fab at Merrill. I go over the weekend and called the Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell of Dumb S. O. B, and he didn't use the Of the letters. Okay. He said he was disappointed with former vice president Pence for not supporting stopping the electoral college vote. Trump also claimed that the GOP will win back the White House in 2024. Finally, funeral service is being held for Britain's Prince Philip. This Saturday. Prince Harry's, although we did already over there, making his pregnant doctor told enough to go while here at home, the family of a musical kind of Prince DMX plan. For both of private and public memorial. The mayor of Yonkers says he'd like to see something on the Yonkers Raceway in the head of the never hand community center in Yonkers. Dr. Jim Bostick says DMX never forgot the youngsters in the community. And he also held a Thanksgiving dinner every single year for all the kids now back to the Steve Harvey Morning Show, You're listening, Steve Harvey morning show. What happens when health.

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AP News

03:58 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on AP News

"I'm to McGuire, the county medical examiner, who performed the autopsy on George Floyd's body testifies the way Minneapolis police including Former officer Derek Chauvet, Health Floyd Down and compressed his neck was more than what he could take a piece. Jennifer King has this. Dr. Andrew Baker is the chief medical examiner for Hennepin County and the one who wrote the autopsy for George Floyd. He experienced a cardiopulmonary arrest in the context of the law enforcement side, dual restraint and neck compression. Baker said he did not watch the harrowing video of the arrest before examining Floyd. I did not want Tobias my exam, Baker said that Floyd had heart disease and drugs in his system. The law enforcement side dual restraint and then that compression Was just more than Mr Floyd could take by virtue of that those heart conditions but that significant conditions listed on the autopsy. We're not the main cause of Floyd's death. Mr Floyd Juice. A fentanyl did not cause the subdural or neck. Restrained audio of the trial was provided by court TV. I'm Jennifer King. If convicted on the most serious charge, Shobin could get 40 years in prison. President Biden asked the panel to look into some politically delicate issues, including how many justices should be on the Supreme Court. And should they get lifetime appointments. He's fulfilling a campaign promise made a maid Democratic pressure to realign a high court that tilted sharply right under Donald Trump, who added three justices. The president has said the judicial nomination system is getting out of whack. But has not said whether he backs expanding the court from nine seeds or imposing term limits. Liberal Justice Steven Briar has warned against big changes, like adding seats at 83 Briar is the oldest justice and some progressive groups want him to retire while Democrats control the confirmation process. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says that's not the president's call. He believes that's a decision Justice Bryer will make when he decides it's time to no longer serve on the Supreme Court's augur Megane Washington This is AP News. Rapper and actor DMX has died a week after suffering a heart attack. Oh, yeah, Next came into the rap game right at the top is 1998 studio debut. It's dark and Hell is hot started as number one on the Billboard chart. That multi platinum disc feature the hits Rough Riders Anthem, Get it Me Dog and stop being greedy In all, He dropped seven albums for them, topped the charts, picked up three Grammy nominations along the way he started in the 1998 movie belly as well as an ex It wounds with Steven Seagal and cradle to the grave with Jet Li. He and we were also in Romeo must die with a Lia DMX. Emolia even teamed up for a song on the soundtrack. I'm Oscar Wells, Gabriel. Justin Rose remains in the lead at the halfway point in the Masters, but just barely. After shooting the seven under 65 yesterday, Rose closed out today with an even par. 72 saw his lead. Drop that just a stroke. Tim ACQUIRE AP News At the trial Derek Shobin defense attorney Eric Nelson has been trying to build a case that George Ploys, illegal drug use and underlying health conditions, not his clients. Wait on Boyd's neck and back or what killed him. During cross examination, Derek Showman's defense attorney, Eric Nelson, asked Hennepin County Medical Examiner Dr Andrew Baker about Floyd's use of methamphetamine and fentanyl and hammered on evidence that he had severe heart disease, the heart disease as well as the history of hypertension and the drug. Right? The drugs that were in his system played a role in Mr Floyd Stuff, in my opinion, Yes. Dr. Lindsay Thomas, A forensic pathologist was also called to the stand. During her questioning, Prosecutor Gerry Blackwell ridiculed the defense attorneys hypothetical questions suggesting that boy's death was not caused by restraint by police. Aren't those questions a lot like asking? Mrs Lincoln. If we take John John Wilkes Booth out of this man finished Pittsburgh analogy Argument. Audio of the trial was provided by court TV. I'm Jennifer King. Thank.

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"lindsay thomas" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on AP News

"The hits Rough Riders anthem, Get at Me Dog and stop being greedy and all. He dropped seven albums for them topped the charts picked up three Grammy nominations along the way he started in the 1998 movie Belly as well is an exit wounds with Steven Seagal and Cradle to the Grave with Jet Li. He and we were also in Romeo must Die with a Lia DMX. Emolia even teamed up for a song on the soundtrack. I'm Oscar Wells, Gabriel. Justin Rose remains in the lead at the halfway point in the Masters, but just barely. After shooting the seven under 65 yesterday, Rose closed out today with an even par. 72 saw his lead. Drop that just a stroke. Tim McGuire. AP News At the trial Derek Shobin. Defense attorney Eric Nelson has been trying to build a case that George Ploys, illegal drug use and underlying health conditions, not his clients. Wait on Boyd's neck and back were what killed him. During cross examination, Derek Showman's defense attorney, Eric Nelson, asked Hennepin County Medical Examiner Dr Andrew Baker about Floyd's use of methamphetamine and fentanyl and hammered on evidence that he had severe heart disease, the heart disease as well as the history of hypertension and the drug. Right? The drugs were in his system played a role in Mr Floyd Stuff, in my opinion, Yes. Dr. Lindsay Thomas, A forensic pathologist was also called to the stand. During her questioning, Prosecutor Gerry Blackwell ridiculed the defense attorneys hypothetical questions suggesting that boy's death was not caused by restraint by police. Aren't those questions a lot like asking? Mrs Lincoln. If we take John John Wilkes Booth out of this man finished Pittsburgh analogy Argument..

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"lindsay thomas" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Cleanse do you arteries and an enlarged heart that would have demanded oxygen when adrenaline surge through a system as he struggled with police in my opinion. The law enforcement's to dual restraint on the neck compression was just more than Mr Floyd could take by virtue of that those heart conditions, forensic pathologist, Dr Lindsay Thomas testified that Floyd would not have died Had police not restrained him. She ruled out fentanyl overdose, saying people who die from that go to sleep or fall unconscious and their breathing shallows. The video shows that Floyd struggled. Until he couldn't struggle anymore. Fox's Mike Tobin deaths blamed on the coronavirus in the US below 1000 again. On Friday, 82,000 new cases reported the Navajo Nation issuing stay at home orders on the tribe's reservation and parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah because of an increase in cases. The track coach of New Hampshire's Pembroke Academy, has been fired for refusing to make his runners where face masks while running races. Coach Bradley Keys telling Fox is Tucker Carlson Tonight he tested it himself. Fell the masks to be a hazard to runners. It takes extremely exhausting races and makes them significantly worse. And then I got thinking about what what's happening with any particles that are coming off the masks. What do you actually breathing into your lungs over and over and over again, Coach Keys that also condemned the Basque wearing on his personal Balog. With the House Ethics committee now investigating allegations of sexual misconduct against him. Florida's congressman Matt Gates, telling a Republican event in South Florida Friday. I won't be intimidated by lying media. I won't be extorted by a former DOJ officials and the crooks he is working with the truth will prevail. The ethics committee also investigating separate allegations against the New York congressman Tom Reed, Jack.

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WHAS 840 AM

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Visit your local branch subject, acquitted approval. Asked for details Member F D I. C From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis. Fighting back Florida Republican Congressman Man Gates publicly blasting the sex trafficking allegations against him at a Friday night Women for America first event at the Trump Golf Course in Doral, Florida be intimidated by lying media. Won't be extorted by a former DOJ officials and the crooks he is working with. Congressman Gates, Florida Republican attacking the falsehoods and the smears and the deep state. The Trump Administration Justice Department started looking into Gates last summer stemming from its investigation of Joel Greenberg, a gates friend and county tax collector. Federal prosecutors say Greenberg's considering a plea deal Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Day Tan on Friday of the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. And in the death of George Floyd Homer, Hennepin County Medical Examiner, Dr Lindsay Thomas on the stand. Telling the court she agrees with Chief Medical Examiner Dr Andrew Baker's assertion that the actions of former officer Derek Shelvin led to the death of George Floyd. There's no evidence to suggest he would have died that night, except for the interactions with law enforcement, rejecting the defense's theory that Floyd's death was caused by drug use, or pre existing heart condition. Ultimately, the cause of death Is the subdural restraint and compression. Dave Packer, ABC News Severe weather across the South as a storm hits the Gulf Coast with damaging winds, possible tornadoes and hail tornadoes of forecasting parts of northeast Louisiana into Mississippi, especially overnight tributes continue over the death of Prince Philip in Britain. He died Friday at the age of 99 after 73 years of marriage to Queen Elizabeth. Condolences from President Biden.

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AP News

04:06 min | 2 months ago

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"Coastal towns say they will board cruise ships or go to nearby islands. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News AP News I'm to McGuire, the county medical examiner, who performed the autopsy on George Floyd's body. Testifies the way Minneapolis police, including former officer Derrick Show been held Floyd down and compressed his neck was more than what he could take babies. Jennifer King has this. Dr. Andrew Baker is the chief medical examiner for Hennepin County and the one who wrote the autopsy for George Floyd. He experienced a cardiopulmonary arrest in the context of the law enforcement's of dual restraint in that compression. Baker said he did not watch the harrowing video of the arrest before examining Floyd. I did not want Tobias my exam, Baker said that Floyd had heart disease and drugs in his system. Law enforcement. So dual restraint on the neck compression was just more than Mr Floyd could take by virtue of that those heart conditions but that significant conditions listed on the autopsy. We're not the main cause of Floyd's death. Mr Floyd Juice. A fentanyl did not cause the subdural or neck restraint. Audio of the trial was provided by court TV. I'm Jennifer King. If convicted on the most serious charge, Shobin could get 40 years in prison. President Biden asked the panel to look into some politically delicate issues, including how many justices should be on the Supreme Court. And should they get lifetime appointments. He's fulfilling a campaign promise made amid Democratic pressure to realign a high court that tilted sharply right under Donald Trump, who added three justices, the president has said the judicial nomination system is getting out of whack. But has not said whether he backs expanding the court from nine seeds or imposing term limits. Liberal Justice Steven Briar has warned against big changes, like adding seats at 83 Briar is the oldest justice and some progressive groups want him to retire while Democrats control the confirmation process. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says That's not the president's call. He believes that's a decision Justice Prior will make when he decides it's time to no longer serve on the Supreme Court. SOG, ERM agony Washington This is AP News. Rapper and actor DMX has died a week after suffering a heart attack. Big BMX came into the rap game right at the top is 1998 studio debut. It's dark and Hell is hot, started as number one on the Billboard chart. That multi platinum disc feature the hits Rough Riders Anthem, Get it Me Dog and stop being greedy and all. He dropped seven albums for them topped the charts, picked up three Grammy nominations along the way he started in the 1998 movie belly as well as an ex It wounds with Steven Seagal and cradle to the grave with Jet Li. He and we were also in Romeo must die with a Lia DMX. Emolia even teamed up for a song on the soundtrack. I'm Oscar Wells, Gabriel. Justin Rose remains in the lead at the halfway point in the Masters, but just barely. After shooting a seven under 65 yesterday, Rose closed out today with an even par. 72 saw his lead. Drop that just a stroke. I'm Tim acquire EP News at the trial. Derek Shobin. Defense attorney Eric Nelson has been trying to build a case that George Ploys, illegal drug use and underlying health conditions, not his clients. Wait on Boyd's neck and back were what killed him. During cross examination, Derek Showman's defense attorney, Eric Nelson, asked Hennepin County Medical Examiner Dr Andrew Baker about Floyd's use of methamphetamine and fentanyl and hammered on evidence that he had severe heart disease, the heart disease as well as the history of hypertension and the drug. Right? The drugs that were in his system played a role in Mr Floyd Stuff, in my opinion, Yes. Dr. Lindsay Thomas, A forensic pathologist was also called to the stand. During her questioning, Prosecutor Gerry Blackwell ridiculed the defense attorneys hypothetical questions suggesting that boy's death was not caused by restraint by police. Aren't those questions a lot like asking? Mrs Lincoln. If we take John John Wilkes Booth out of this man finished Pittsburgh analogy Argument. Audio of the trial was provided by court TV. I'm Jennifer King. Thank you for listening to the.

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"lindsay thomas" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:26 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Finished Pittsburgh analogy. Dr Thomas. If we put the police of dual compression and neck compression into this restraint and neck compression into this What was the cause? The manner of death for Mr Joyce Floyd. Cause of death was the line force mint to dual restraint and compression and the manner of death of sense That doesn't make any sense to you whatsoever from the standpoint of trying to assess cause and manner of death for Mr Floyd to be as answering questions having to do with hypothetically. Taken the facts of this case out relating to his dual restraint in that compression. She's a You mean you're gonna finish the question that Dr Thomas from your standpoint as a forensic pathologist And your analysis of manner and cause of death. Would you ever approach an assessment, a manner and cause of death by taking out of it? The fact that you found relevant and highly pertinent to assessing and determining the manner and cause of death? No. And in this case, those factors are what they want Force mints of dual restraint and compression. And you ask questions again about sentinel and meth. Remember those questions? Yes. Do you know what quantity of math was even involved? A found in Mr Floyd's bloodstream. I have the number. Let me ask you what? It was very small. I mean, I do know that Dr Lindsay Thomas, questioned by a member of the prosecution team Jerry Blackwell at the Derrick Shobin trial in Minneapolis, as they wrap up week number two of testimony. If you missed any of its, he's banned, too. TV is replaying each day's proceedings at eight P.m. eastern Buckingham Palace in London, releasing this statement today, reading it is with deep sorrow that her Majesty the Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness. The Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle, Prince Philip with 99 years old British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke outside the prime minister's residence, 10 Downing Street. Like the expert carriage driver that he.

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03:23 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on AP News

"It is his most recent data show that the seven day average of new cases is a little more than 64,000 per day up about 2% from the prior seven day period, Michigan among the hardest hit states with both daily cases, 50,000 And positive test results on the rise. Governor Gretchen Widmer says she needs more vaccines. I'm grateful for what they have offered therapeutics, additional personnel, mobile testing and vaccination units. I am concerned because I believe, as do a number of public health experts that we really should be surging vaccines to states that are experiencing serious outbreaks. Most of 110 million people, a third of the country's population have had at least one vaccine. Nearly 20% 64 million have finished their vaccinations. I'm Tim McGuire at the trial. Derek Shobin. Defense attorney Eric Nelson has been trying to build a case that George Floyd's illegal drug use and underlying health conditions, not his clients wait on Boyd's neck. And back or what killed him. During cross examination, Derek Showman's defense attorney, Eric Nelson, asked Hennepin County Medical Examiner Dr Andrew Baker about Floyd's use of methamphetamine and fentanyl and hammered on evidence that he had severe heart disease, the heart disease as well as the history of hypertension and the drug. Right? The drugs were in his system played a role in Mr Flight stuff, in my opinion, Yes. Dr. Lindsay Thomas, A forensic pathologist was also called to the stand. During her questioning, Prosecutor Gerry Blackwell ridiculed the defense attorneys hypothetical questions suggesting that boy's death was not caused by restraint by police. Part those questions a lot like asking Mrs Lincoln. If we take John John Wilkes Booth out of this man finished pitchman analogy Argument. Audio of the trial was provided by court TV. I'm Jennifer King, the Chief County medical examiner who ruled George Boyd's death. A homicide testified that the way police held him down and compressed his neck was more than Floyd's heart could take. Dr. Andrew Baker is the chief medical examiner for Hennepin County and the one who wrote the autopsy for George Floyd. He experienced a cardiopulmonary arrest in the context of the law enforcement side dual restraint and that compression. Baker said he did not watch the harrowing video of the arrest before examining Floyd. I did not want Tobias my exam, Baker said that Floyd had heart disease and drugs in his system. The law enforcement side dual restraint on the neck compression was just more than Mr Floyd could take by virtue of that those heart conditions but that significant conditions listed on the autopsy. We're not The main cause of Floyd's death. Mr Floyd Juice a fentanyl did not cause the subdural or neck. Restrained audio of the trial was provided by court TV. I'm Jennifer King. I Mike Rossi. A reporting Fizer asks US regulators to allow more kids to get its cove in 19 vaccine. Visor and its German partner have asked the U. S Food and Drug Administration to expand emergency use authorization of their covert 19 vaccine to include adolescents from ages. 12 to 15 visor and buy on Tech, as he say they're working with the FDA and regulators in other countries to get emergency or conditional authorization for kids ages 12 through 15 as quickly as possible. Visor and violent ex. A preliminary results from late stage testing found the vaccine safe and 100% effective for that age group. In December, the FDA gave emergency clearance for the two Does Fizer vaccine for people ages, 16 and older I might cross CEO..

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KCRW

08:15 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on KCRW

"This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish, and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles. As the trial of former police officer Derrick Show. Vin finishes its second week. Prosecutors address the official cause of death of George Floyd Floyd is the man that show Vin is accused of murdering last May. And today we heard from medical examiners who do autopsies. NPR's Martin Costea is in Minneapolis watching this trial and joins us now. Hey, Martin. I also all right, So the precise cause of George Boyd's death is obviously at the center of the murder charge, So I'm curious. How much did the medical examiner's help clarify things? Well, clarity is what the prosecution was hoping for. Today. They have a bit of a problem because the language on George Floyd's death certificate is open to interpretation. The cause of death is the following quote, cardiopulmonary arrest, complicating Law enforcement's Abdul restraint and neck compression. Certificate also gives contributing factors such as heart disease. Fentanyl intoxication in recent meth meth use S O Today we heard from the man responsible for the words on the death certificate. Andrew Baker, the chief medical examiner for Hennepin County, and he talked about how contributing factors such as Floyd's heart disease combined with all that adrenaline that was rushing through Floyd's body. It's going to ask your body form or oxygen so that you can get through that altercation. And in my opinion, the law enforcement's a dual restraint. And then that compression was just more than Mr Floyd could take by virtue of that those heart conditions. Okay, So it sounds like he's saying police did cause Floyd's death but with the help of other medical factors Yes, I think What's important to point out here is that the prosecutors did not put him on the stand first. Instead, they started the day with another forensic pathologist, Lindsay Thomas. She used to work in Hennepin County, and she said she agreed with the official cause of death, but she interpreted it this way. What it means to me is that the activities of the law enforcement officers resulted in Mr Floyd staff and that specifically those activities were the subdural the restraint. And the neck compression. Why would they start with an outside forensic pathologists instead of the county's medical examiner who actually did the autopsy? Well, I think they wanted the jury's first impression to be um or unambiguous statement that police killed Floyd. Thomas's semi retired. Maybe she's a little freer with her opinions. We didn't see that another point in the trial today with a defense attorney, Eric Nelson was challenging this idea that the position Floyd was in face down on the street is inherently dangerous. He cited a study from Canada that looked about 3000 cases of people being arrested in that position. Here, take a listen to when he challenged her about that study. In her reaction. And in those 3000 or so interactions, there were no deaths. That occurred. Isn't that amazing? When you consider that virtually every forensic pathologist in the United States has probably had An officer involved death like this. How did they? It utterly baffled me, Which is why I kept saying Canada. Now, At this point, the defense attorney actually interrupts her. Thomas Sirs should shot a guilty look at the judge from the side of her eye there because she violated court decorum. But later in her testimony, she She had a chance to explain that she reacted that way because that study was so contrary to the experience of American pathologists, and she wondered what was so peculiar about Canada. All right. So what is next in this trial? Martin? Well, now the jury gets the weekend off. We're still waiting to see which witnesses the defense is going to call. The assumption here is that they're going to keep focusing on George Floyd's heart condition, his drug use and any other factors. It might give this jury reasonable doubts about Derek Shop Children's culpability in his death. That is NPR's Martin Castillo. Thank you, Martin. You're welcome. This past week, President Joe Biden unveiled the details of his $2 trillion infrastructure proposal. It's called the American Jobs Plan. Republican critics have called it a Trojan horse for the green new deal. That's the legislative framework supported by some of the most progressive Democrats in Congress to tackle climate change and inequality by transforming huge parts of the economy. Experts who've studied Biden's plan say it does share some key qualities with the green new deal. But that's no secret. I spoke about it and its focus on climate change with Dr Leah Stokes she's a professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara, who also researches energy policy. Well, the green new deals a framework resolution. It's not really very detailed. This is a very detailed, you know, 25 page document and the green New deal is more of a framework. About, you know, let's take on climate change and let's take on the inequality crisis at the same time, And in that way, I would say, you know, the American jobs plan is also very focused on taking on climate change in and inequality. Is there anything more specific than just the whole thing can help the climate? Are there any policies that specifically will have impacts based on what we know in terms of research? When it comes to rebuilding our infrastructure That's fundamentally about addressing climate change, whether that producing our emissions to stop the catastrophic effects of climate change or hardening our infrastructure so that when hurricanes and heat waves and flooding and all these climate impacts continue to hit the United States, we have more resilient infrastructure. Ah, clean electricity standard is a core part of the plan and a clean electricity standard has the potential to clean up our entire electricity system, which is the second biggest source of emissions. And there's also focus on cleaning up the industrial sector. And when we add up the emissions from electricity, transportation buildings and the industrial sector, we can actually get to between 70 to 80% of total U. S greenhouse gas emissions. Do you see a particular policy as being controversial? Like what will you be looking for? In the debate? I don't know if there will be something that's controversial. I think that the moment most focused that people have been talking about is the size of spending some folk. On the right. Many Republican politicians they want there to be no spending on this issue, and then many others, including young people who are very concerned about the crisis that's being left to their generation. They want even more spending. They want a bolder vision here, and I think that's really the locus of the debate at this point where in this package do you see the need for more action? Well, I think like many other advocates, I think spending is really important that if we want to, for example, retrofit all the homes in the mail Erica getting rid of dirty fossil gas from homes, which is actually quite dangerous to people's health and well being. You know, we need Ah, bigger plan when it comes to retrofits right now, I think the plan is trying to retrofit something like two million homes. That might be the number and when I talked advocates, they say, we need to be retrofitting two million homes every six months to really be on track with our climate goals. And the same thing about electric vehicles. You know, electric vehicles are really a great option for people, and once you buy one, they're much cheaper to operate, but in order to get people to buy them in the first place, we need a lot of federal support to make them as cheap as a gas powered car. And so you know, that's where I think we need to be moving as fast as possible to really be turning over infrastructure quickly. To address our carbon emissions. That's Dr Leah Stokes. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Thanks so much for having me on Lawmakers in Florida are moving forward with a bill that imposes new penalties on those who act badly during protests. The measures were proposed by Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's in response to black lives matter. Protests following the death of George Floyd. Republicans who control Florida's legislature say the bill protects law and order. Democrats and civil rights groups say it violates free speech protections and targets racial minorities. Miami NPR's Greg Allen reports. When Governor De Santis unveiled plans for the bill in September. He was quite clear about what inspired it. I think that this has been a really, really sad chapter in American history Now..

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90.3 KAZU

08:17 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"From NPR News in Washington. This is all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles as the trial of former police officer Derrick Show Vin finishes its second week. Prosecutors addressed the official cause of death of George Floyd Floyd is the man that show Vin is accused of murdering last May. And today we heard from medical examiners who do autopsies. NPR's Martin cost is in Minneapolis watching this trial and joins us now. Hey, Martin. I also all right, So the precise cause of George Boyd's death is obviously at the center of the murder charge, So I'm curious. How much did the medical examiner's help clarify things? Well, clarity is what the prosecution was hoping for. Today. They have a bit of a problem because the language on George Floyd's death certificate is open to interpretation. The cause of death is the following quote, cardiopulmonary arrest, complicating Law enforcement's Abdul restraint and neck compression. Certificate also gives contributing factors such as heart disease. Fentanyl intoxication in recent meth meth use S O Today we heard from the man responsible for the words on the death certificate. Andrew Baker, the chief medical examiner for Hennepin County, and he talked about how contributing factors such as Floyd's heart disease combined with all that adrenaline that was rushing through Floyd's body. It's going to ask your body form or oxygen so that you can get through that altercation. And in my opinion, the law enforcement side dual restraint on the neck compression was just more than Mr Floyd could take by virtue of that those heart conditions. Okay, So it sounds like he's saying police did cause Floyd's death but with the help of other medical factors Yes, I think What's important to point out here is that the prosecutors did not put him on the stand first. Instead, they started the day with another forensic pathologist, Lindsay Thomas. She used to work in Hennepin County, and she said she agreed with the official cause of death, but she interpreted it this way. What it means to me is that the activities of the law enforcement officers resulted in Mr Floyd staff and that specifically those activities were the subdural, the restraint and the neck compression. Wait. Why would they start with an outside forensic pathologists instead of the county's medical examiner who actually did the autopsy? Well, I think they wanted the jury's first impression to be um or unambiguous statement that police killed Floyd Thomas is semi retired. Maybe she's a little freer with her opinions. We didn't see that. At another point in the trial today with a defense attorney, Eric Nelson was challenging this idea that the position Floyd was in face down on the street is inherently dangerous. He cited a study from Canada that looked about 3000 cases of people being arrested in that position. Here. Take a listen to when he challenged her about that study. In her reaction, and in those 3000 or so interactions. There were no deaths. That occurred. Isn't that amazing? When you consider that virtually every forensic pathologist in the United States has probably had An officer involved death like this. How did they it utterly baffled from which is why I kept saying Canada. Now, At this point, the defense attorney actually interrupts her. Thomas serves should shot a guilty look at the judge from the side of her eye there because she violated court decorum. But later in her testimony, she She had a chance to explain that she reacted that way because that study was so contrary to the experience of American pathologists, and she wondered what was so peculiar about Canada. All right. So what is next in this trial? Martin? Well, now the jury gets the weekend off. We're still waiting to see which witnesses the defense is going to call. The assumption here is that they're going to keep focusing on George Floyd's heart condition, his drug use and any other factors. It might give this jury reasonable doubts about Derek Shop Children's culpability in his death. That is NPR's Martin Castillo. Thank you, Martin. You're welcome. This past week, President Joe Biden unveiled the details of his $2 trillion infrastructure proposal. It's called the American Jobs Plan. Republican critics have called it a Trojan horse for the green new deal. That's the legislative framework supported by some of the most progressive Democrats in Congress to tackle climate change and inequality by transforming huge parts of the economy. Experts who've studied Biden's plan say it does share some key qualities with the green new deal. But that's no secret. I spoke about it and its focus on climate change with Dr Leah Stokes she's a professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara, who also researches energy policy. Well, the green new deals a framework resolution. It's not really very detailed. This is a very detailed, you know, 25 page document and the green New deal is more of a framework. About, you know, let's take on climate change and let's take on the inequality crisis at the same time, And in that way, I would say, you know, the American jobs plan is also very focused on taking on climate change in and inequality. Is there anything more specific than just the whole thing can help the climate? Are there any policies that specifically will have impacts based on what we know in terms of research? When it comes to rebuilding our infrastructure That's fundamentally about addressing climate change, whether that producing our emissions to stop the catastrophic effects of climate change or hardening our infrastructure so that when hurricanes and heat waves and flooding and all these climate impacts continue to hit the United States, we have more resilient infrastructure. Ah, clean electricity standard is a core part of the plan and a clean electricity standard has the potential to clean up our entire electricity system, which is the second biggest source of emissions. And there's also focus on cleaning up the industrial sector. And when we add up the emissions from electricity, transportation buildings and the industrial sector, we can actually get to between 70 to 80% of total U. S greenhouse gas emissions. Do you see a particular policy as being controversial? Like what will you be looking for? In the debate? I don't know if there will be something that's controversial. I think that the moment most focused that people have been talking about is the size of spending some folk. On the right. Many Republican politicians they want there to be no spending on this issue, and then many others, including young people who are very concerned about the crisis that's being left to their generation. They want even more spending. They want a bolder vision here, and I think that's really the locus of the debate. At this point. We're in this package. Do you see the need for more action? Well, I think like many other advocates, I think spending is really important that if we want to, for example, retrofit all the homes in Erica getting rid of dirty fossil gas from homes, which is actually quite dangerous to people's health and well being. You know, we need Ah, bigger plan when it comes to retrofits right now, I think the plan is trying to retrofit something like two million homes. That might be the number and when I talked to advocates, they say, we need to be retrofitting two million homes every six months to really be on track with our climate goals. And the same thing about electric vehicles. You know, electric vehicles are really a great option for people, and once you buy one, they're much cheaper to operate, but in order to get people to buy them in the first place, we need a lot of federal support to make them as cheap as a gas powered car. And so you know, that's where I think we need to be moving as fast as possible to really be turning over infrastructure quickly. To address our carbon emissions. That's Dr Leah Stokes. Thank you. So much for speaking with us. Thanks So much for having me on. Lawmakers in Florida are moving forward with a bill that imposes new penalties on those who act badly during protests. The measures were proposed by Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's in response to Black lives matter. Protests following the death of George Floyd. Republicans who control Florida's legislature say the bill protects law and order. Democrats and civil rights groups say it violates free speech protections and targets racial minorities. Miami NPR's Greg Allen reports. When Governor De Santis unveiled plans for the bill in September. He was quite clear about what inspired it. I think that this has been a really, really sad chapter in.

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"lindsay thomas" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:41 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Lindsay Thomas testified Floyd died of low oxygen caused by the arresting officers, restraint and compression at the time of his arrest, and a 22 page traffic report regarding Tiger Woods accident back in February, reveals the golfer thought he was in Florida after the crash. The incident report states. The golfer was acting in a manner consistent with someone suffering from shock. The report completed by the L. A county sheriff's department, determined the former Masters champion was at fault for driving and Guns at an unsafe speed around a curve in the road, traffic and weather together. Let's check in again with Bob Williams, in a report brought was by Tri County's Bag, John, We have reopened Highway 50, but just one lane control traffic, move east and westbound. Expect delays and slow going. Traffic will be held one direction and then allowed to travel on the other side, and then that will repeat until they were finally able to clear that second lane. They have used blasting techniques that clear the boulders to open One lane would have an injury crash, reported the lane blocks South. On five just north of the airport. That's already backing traffic up told towards Old River Road eastbound alias Slow Coming through Davis after 1 13 to past Mace, north and south and five quite slow with the 50 connector ram heavy traffic as well on south bound five south of consumers towards Laguna Boulevard. For more than 45 years, Tri Counties Bank has helped California businesses thrive with their unique brand of service with solutions. Ah, come to use style of relationship banking, built the last for years switch the better banking locations throughout the Sacramento area. There's a tri counties, bank dot com. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the Cap Trust Traffic Center on news 93.1 kfbk lately study of the Santa Nude. I 73 to 77 for tonight clear with the Lower 42 to 46. Sonny a barber tomorrow I 70 70 81 Sunday Warmer sunshine High 82 84 A vacuum Weathers by viruses news 93.1 kfbk. Sunny and 75 degrees. Now in Sacramento, John Brown eyes E News. 93.1 KFBK. Next update in less than 30 minutes, breaking news, the second in heaven on Sacramento's new 93.1 kfbk. Well, we all know the 2020 caused a host of problems, including major disruptions to manufacturers and distributors with shortages of numerous products. Large machines were stout onto the start out on the manufacturing lines waiting for in many cases, just a minor part that never arrived in a covert delays that, regrettably are continuing into 2021. John McGuinness here for Sierra Pacific home and Comfort If you're not sure that your air conditioner is working, as it should be, Don't wait until summer to have it serviced. You have an opportunity now to get a great expert inspection and tuna before the hot summer months. All manufacturers of facing challenges.

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"lindsay thomas" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:35 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"P. C. Zion man who believed he was giving phones to help Isis commit violence has been sentenced to 13.5 years in federal prison. A judge today says Edwards Comme NT was more culpable of the two men convicted in 2019. But the judge also said the crime was on the less serious end of a scale. Skim NT of Zion didn't know he was dealing with a government informant when he agreed to get phones that use as detonators. He apologized and asked the judge for another chance at life is day 10 of the Derrick Shelvin murder trial. The former Minneapolis police officer charged with 2nd and 3rd degree murder in the death of George Floyd, Hennepin County chief medical Examiner, Dr Andrew Baker taking the stand this afternoon, he conducted Floyd's autopsy the day after his May 25th death. Baker, appearing to reject the defense's claim that Floyd's death was caused by a heart condition or drug use. Mr Floyd Juice a fentanyl did not cause the subdural or neck restraint His heart disease did not cause The duel or the neck restraint. Earlier in the day, Lindsay Thomas, a former forensic pathologists as George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen that damaged his brain and caused this heart to stop. She's a former head of been county medical examiner as well. Ah, West Rogers Park Man has been charged with first degree murder in the death of his roommate police. A 34 year old Anton are bankers beat Mark Cradle with the leg of a bed frame that had a nail poking out. He hid the body in his apartment for weeks and covered the body with coffee grounds the pattern and neutralized pet odors and other chemicals to hide the smell of a decomposing body. The body was found after a neighbor called for a well being check WLS news time. 5 32..

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"lindsay thomas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:53 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Recent death in Derry, New Hampshire state Attorney general says the suspect in the death of Lynn Marie Viana, has died. Men Well, Viana, Her estranged husband died late last night at a hospital in Boston. Officials say this was the result of injuries sustained during that incident back this past Sunday, investigators say Lynn Viana was dropping her son off at the house when allegedly meant well invited her in and then shot her in the head. Not long after that, neighbors reported the house was on fire crews got to the got to the home. They were able to pull men well out of the house. Lynn was found hours later dead inside so again tonight in New Hampshire Attorney general reporting men well. Viana has died of injuries sustained during that incident back on Sunday. His new push from the White House tonight to consider changes for the nation's highest court. Let's get details from ABC is Karen Travers in D. C. The White House will set up a commission to study possible changes to the Supreme Court. The move comes as President Biden's facing pressure from Progressive Democrats to add seats to the highest court in the wake of a political shift to the right after former President Trump put three new justices on the bench. Six of the nine current Supreme Court justices were appointed by Republican presidents Theo establishment of a commission to study the issue was a campaign promise from Mr Biden, who has never said if he supports court packing or instituting term limits. Karen Travers ABC NEWS Washington Six Oh, six day 10 of the Derrick Show Vin Murder trial in Minneapolis. He's a former officer facing charges in the death of George Floyd. Now today on the stand. Key witness here, the county's chief medical examiner, Dr Andrew Baker, and for context here he is the man who conducted the autopsy The day after Floyd died, and Dr Baker's findings in the death have been disputed by the defense. They say Floyd died of a heart attack or drug use not from show Vin kneeling on his neck area for more than nine minutes. This testimony today, the doctors saying he does not believe those factors are direct cause Mr Floyd Juice a fentanyl did not cause the subdural or neck restraint His heart disease did not cause The sword duel or the neck restraint. And earlier today, another doctor, Lindsay Thomas, testifying, Floyd died of low oxygen again directly caused by the officers, restraint and the compression. Time on the Cape Police chief there says Body cameras are a top priority for his officers. Cameras are a key element that our officers should have as they go out there and do the job that they do you are most police chief Frank Frederickson is advocating for officers under his command to receive body cameras to wear on duty. She Frederickson appeared in front of the arm with board of Selectmen this week to ask for funding for the cameras. He says. In today's environment, the body cameras will help to strengthen the department's credibility. Our offices are often videotaped and only pieces of what they do around record and we're the last ones that have any type of evidence to support our options. But chief Fredericks and also says the cameras would also be used to hold officers accountable for their actions as well. Selectman said that they'll search for funding options. While Frederickson says the department continues to interview vendors to something that we should have, and we really should have it right now. Tim done WBZ. Boston's news Radio six awaits. Let's see how we did for the week on Wall Street. Here's Bloomberg business. Now One has to be 500. Both closed it records today down Rose 297 as to be up 32. For its part, the NASDAQ rose 71 1 of the days. Advancing stocks was Fizer as the company and its vaccine partner Bio in Tech, Ask US regulators to extend their covert shot. Emergency use authorization. Kids as young as 12 descending today, we're shares of Boeing. It's it's forced to ground dozens of 7 37 Max jets to repair an electrical flaw that emerged just months after the planes were cleared to return to the skies. Repairs of forcing airlines to cancel flights and line up replacement aircraft. And you wrote a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio coming up in the sports at 6 12 the latest on the Masters. You.

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"lindsay thomas" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:54 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on WTOP

"We are headed for the Supreme Court. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has called for a San Antonio holding facility for undocumented migrants to be shut down after reports of abuse and neglect. White House press secretary Jen Psaki. His claims will be looked into on investigated by the Department of Health and Human Services. Currently we have no basis for his call to shut down the San Antonio Freeman Coliseum as an intake site, But we will. Of course we take these allegations seriously and they will be investigated. The facility holds born in 1600 immigrant teens. An expert medical witness in the Derrick Show been murder trial says George Floyd died due to a lack of oxygen after pressure placed on his neck. Dr. Lindsay Thomas could clearly see from watching the video. What happens to Mr Floyd during this sub dual restraint in compression and what happens to his breathing? Is, it gradually becomes more difficult and then stop. The city's medical examiner is now on the stand. The number of Corona virus vaccines administered continues to rise. White House coronavirus coordinator Jeff Signs with the latest update significant progress. We're accelerating. Our number of daily shots in arms are current seven day average is now three million vaccinations per day. Up from 2.9 million last week, just months after being ungrounded, not popular plane is being taken out of service again. It's the latest setback for the beleaguered 7 37 Max. Boeing is recommending that dozens of the Plains be grounded because of a possible electrical problem that could affect a backup power unit Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha judge. My understanding is that this is different from any of those other issues and that obviously that we need to make sure that there's full confidence Southwest American United and Alaska Airlines have all grounded some of their 7 30, seven's Steve Futterman, CBS News popular hip hop artist, has died..

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Forensic Pathologist Says George Floyd Died From Lack Of Oxygen

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Forensic Pathologist Says George Floyd Died From Lack Of Oxygen

"Forensic pathologist says George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen to damage his brain and caused his heart to stop. It was retired forensic pathologist Dr Lindsay Thomas. Testifying on court TV, she says she's never seen a case so well documented use of videos is unique in this case, certainly as medical examiners We use videos, but there's never been a case that I've been involved with that had videos over such a long time frame and from so many different perspectives. Thomas, a former head of hit County medical

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"lindsay thomas" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:38 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN's Lauren Lap to has the latest in the past 24 hours, Theology Department of Public Health reported. 4000 and four new coronavirus cases in 21 additional deaths statewide positivity rate is 4.2%. As of Thursday, there have been 700 forbearing cases detected in Illinois, 552 of which are the UK variant, a record breaking 164,462 covert 19 vaccine doses were administered yesterday. You're like 21% of Illinois ins are fully vaccinated. Born lap. Good WGN news. Even with those latest numbers, some things are getting slowly back to normal in the city, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot releasing a statement that the city is reopening the more than one mile long Chicago River walk for you. Starting today, there will be a phased in approach to vender re openings. With the hope of having all vendors back by the end of May that includes bars and restaurants, Boat tours, kayak rentals and access to the docks. Island Party Hut beat Kitchen on the river and city Winery a reopening today. Others will follow on a weekly and bi weekly basis. Ryan Burrow, WGN news nationwide, More vaccine sites will be going up. Covert task Force coordinator Jeff Sign spoke with the latest White House briefing March 29th, the president challenged us Open least a dozen news sites by April 19th. Brought nine online in the last 10 days, and today we're announcing to new sites in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Science went on to say the administration candid continues to make communities of color a priority as they've been hit hardest by the pandemic. Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh, died today at the age of 99. According to Buckingham Palace. He's best known as the husband of the queen. But reporter Christina Pascucci has details about his life before marriage. While he is known as being Queen Elizabeth's faithful husband for over 70 years, Prince Philip was born two Royals of Denmark in Greece after a split to the family. Philip moved to the U. K and became an officer in the British Royal Navy. Then he met the then Princess Elizabeth while serving in the British military. Ah, forensic pathologist as George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen that damaged his brain and caused his heart to stop bolstering prior testimony by other experts, Lindsay Thomas is a former Hennepin County medical examiner. Testimony today also rejected the defense theory that Floyd's drug use and underlying health problems killed him. Ah, couple of courageous by standards help rescue two people from a burning car after a crash on Chicago's south side earlier this morning. WGN TV is Julien Cruz has more. The silver sedan careening the length of a football field after the collision and bursting into.

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"lindsay thomas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:44 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That an O C F a girl empowerment camp to control the bleeding of two people ejected from a car that was rolling on the freeway at night in 2019. I panicked a little. But then I remembered is he saw me panic. Then he would panic, too. So I calmed myself down and I just started doing what I had to do. 11 year old Travis Navarro was recognized for calmly calling 911 to save his mom who was having a seizure. I was like, scared kind of, but I kept calm because I knew if I got scared, then it would be worse. At the O. C. F a fire station in Buena Park. Corbin Carson CAF. I need part of Highway one along the coast to Big Sur that collapsed because of heavy rain in January, said to reopen at the end of the month. The Department of Transportation says crews started filling the canyon with dirt last month. All that's left is to establish the base for the new roadway, then pave and painted. Another witness for the prosecution has testified George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen, not a drug overdose. Former Hennepin County medical examiner Dr Lindsay Thomas says it Floyd had Oh deed last May, it would have looked different than what was seen on the video of Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin kneeling on Floyd's neck for several minutes. What it means to me is that the activities of the law enforcement officers resulted in Mr Floyd staff. And that specifically, those activities were the subdural, the restraint and the neck compression. The defense has claimed Floyd's drug use and underlying health problems killed him. Officials in South Carolina say nothing makes sense about a shooting involving a former NFL player who is accused of killing five people are working hard to provide some answers. Obviously, one answer is why That That is a question that we are probing Aziz we speak New York are York County Sheriff Kevin.

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"lindsay thomas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 2 months ago

"lindsay thomas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sunday evening. 60 are high in Boston Sunday. Couple of showers lingering Monday High only 51. All right, And we're gonna go to the trial of Derrick Show been right now. The murder trial underway now for the better part of several hours. Expert medical witnesses on the stand among them. Dr Lindsay Thomas, a forensic pathologist. Who has been brought in and was brought in initially to review the specific case and the cause of George Floyd's death. Now Dr Thomas was questioned by prosecutor Gerry Blackwell. Who said that? In her review of the case, She concluded that George Floyd died because of a lack of oxygen caused by police. Do you? Have an opinion to a reasonable degree of medical certainty. Mr Void would have died that night. Had he not been subject to the subdural and restraint of the police. There's no evidence to suggest he would have died that night, except for the interactions with law enforcement. The doctor also testified she agreed with the crew. The medical examiner's findings that Floyd's death was a homicide. We're expecting that medical examiner to be on the stand little bit later on today. All right. Also in court, six men charged in his sex abuse case at a New Hampshire youth detention center. They've made their initial court appearance is bail hearings were delayed until today for four. Ah, judge set bail for the other two yesterday. And of course yesterday there was 1/7 arrest and a man arrested. This is the case involving these Sununu You services center in Manchester. That suspect was a supervisor. Gordon Searls charged with rape. To foster parents and Adam's or charged with Failing to provide medical care to a 10 month old child who died from complications from strep and pneumonia. DEA Andrea Harrington says Matthew Tucker and Cassandra Barlow Tucker were rained in Berkshire Superior Court on involuntary manslaughter charges. Antibiotics routinely are.

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Medical Examiner To Testify About George Floyd's Death

Chris Salcedo

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Medical Examiner To Testify About George Floyd's Death

"Are testifying today in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Vin, who's charged in George Floyd's death after video show Children kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes during an arrest. Dr Lindsay Thomas, a former Hennepin County medical examiner. Wait in employees cause of death. This is a death were both the hurt and lungs stopped working, and the point is that it's due to law enforcement, subdural restraint and compression. The defense argues that Floyd's drug use may have led to his death. Chauvet is charged with 2nd and 3rd degree murder and manslaughter. Texas business will

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