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Chicago murder defendant on electronic monitoring arrested after pulling gun on deputies in Ohio
"Suspect from Chicago who was free and electronic monitoring with an escape to Ohio has been captured after police there has say he pointed a gun at an officer. Madison County, Ohio Sheriff's Department tells the Tribune that 20 year old Juan Torkelsson had been apprehended. The Cook County Sheriff's Office says Torkelsson had been placed on electronic monitoring on June 25th after posting bail on first degree and attempted murder charges in connection with the stabbing and the Portage Park neighborhood last year.
"madison county" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Evening for Washington and Madison County's It is for 31 at KMOX. CBS News update. The USS surpassed 150,000 deaths from the Corona virus. Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Fry just announced this due to rising numbers in that city. I am issuing emergency regulation, closing indoor bar areas for regular service in the city of Minneapolis. Effective. 5 p.m. On August 1st that Saturday, South Carolina officials today announcing that its state fair will go on as scheduled as a drive thru event in October. Governor Henry McMasters. There's no matter where people are in the state. They need to wear masks. Today. I'm once again strongly recommended everyone in South Carolina, where a mask When they are in public in an enclosed setting and unable to social distance President Trump, just speaking at an event in Texas. Together, we will end the plague from China. We will defeat the virus. CBS NEWS update A Met Piper KMOX news time for 32. The numbers are not dropping their increasing that word from the leader of the ST Louis Metropolitan Pandemic task Force came walks is Marie Akina has details. Dr Alex Cars, expects a number of hospitalizations to rise, as do the number of covert 19 cases 245 patients in the task force hospitals. We have 61 confirmed Cove it positive patients in our intensive care units, and we have 28 confirmed Kobe positive patients in our ventilators now have no, We've had 28.
Chicago region meets governor's Phase 3 reopening criteria
"For the first time the Chicago region now meets criteria to move out of phase two in the plan to re open Illinois and in the phase three by the end of this month WGN's Gaynor Gaynor hall hall has has the the latest latest from from governor governor Pritzker's Pritzker's daily daily cobit cobit update update cargo cargo and and the the region region surrounding surrounding Chicago Chicago has has now now dropped dropped dropped dropped below below twenty twenty percent percent in terms of positivity rate and that's a gating factor for moving into the next phase governor prince her said all of the regions of the state now appear to be in the green with key metrics on track to move to phase three of his five part restore Illinois plan by the end of the month but the message stays the same hundred nineteen is an equal opportunity virus that remains true everyone is at risk of contracting this virus Pritzker continues to face opposition and lawsuits from some suburban and downstate leaders who want their areas back to work businesses in downstate Madison County have reopened in defiance of the governor stay at home order and some sheriffs are refusing to enforce it but the governor says the data suggests his plan is working I would suggest that towns and leaders elected leaders do your job lead B. the person that they elected who is supposed to be protecting your community don't fall prey to the rhetoric that's out there that says let's just open up this virus doesn't affect anybody like me you're wrong
Small businesses in Illinois anxious to reopen as stay-at-home orders continue
"Too but joining us now is only here on the station is actually an advertiser you may recognize some of his don Rogers spots but he's also in alderman ward eight over in Belleville Illinois Roger what waiting ten thank you so much for coming to cable acts thank you so much but I appreciate the opportunity yeah I was wondering and I think it's important to point out your someone that's an elected official and also a business owner and you're in Illinois so there's a lot of different conflict dean areas that some of that one open up some are fighting open up some that are fighting to say well we're just gonna do whatever our dear leader says they want to do with the governor says and what they are basically saying is like almost like everyone is for themselves but they're not and I really wanted to get your take on this because I think you do have a unique perspective as a business owner and also an elected official sh well you know I'm a business owner to get into politics that but sure sure and I'm gonna tell you something right off the bat I saw this the other day if Walmart target CVS and Walgreens can be open without killing people like you have small business and and this is my take you know we've got a lot of let's face it small businesses still the backbone of this country anyway you look at it we're talking people to put their lives or livelihood specially stores boutiques mom and pop stores there we have not even considered art are talked about and you know these are kind of operations where you could get these tank you could open your store or your business probably what it was one or two people you don't have to worry about having fifteen twenty employees how do people in your store the disparity right now is incredible why I reached out the last couple weeks to overstate wraps at one of our senators and ask them to lobby on behalf of small business yeah I take it you know what we will we understand where you're coming from we noticed yesterday we've got to move forward well not only did they get together and and I applaud them but on the governor's desk today there was a letter from two senators by state reps are sick account executive Maribel Belkacem other mayors asking if we could open up tomorrow as our chairman mark princess our metrics are down everything's in line and we wanted to get open now she says start generating some some rather you get a last ride in city battle with laid off fifty six people if we don't go back to work pretty soon Mr generate some revenue the next that's not gonna be pretty this one was not easy it was heart wrenching but you know the governor today you know they talk about neighboring states Indiana Wisconsin Missouri you guys are open now you're opening for malls next Monday you know what we're gonna lose a lot of business does never favoring states now the governor said today he said well if you go to the neighboring states you might bring back cover nineteen will you go to the grocery store you might bring back Colbert nineteen the bachelorettes we're gonna lose a lot of business and a lot of people are going to go over there and they're gonna say you know what we like shopping over there what a shot was very organised shop in Wisconsin there are Indiana and you know it the fact of matter yes and the governor said today our positivity is going down now he wants to open up may twenty nights the four regions the phase three you know what the difference between cook county at Southern Illinois it's like the north and south all as far as the number of deaths they should still be in phase two we should be in stage three they should be moving into three we should be moving into four and and yet okay there's eleven counties in central Illinois there are lobbying the governor right now to open I saw an interview the mayor of graft in this afternoon just reading the open date they've gone to such tough times and trust me I understand but you know we are taking an absolute beating and is a very fine line between livelihoods and lives because you don't have a likelihood you don't have a large yeah and I think that'll some governors get that there's some areas that need extra attention and Chicago will be in one of the hot spots in very close to all of us here but outside of Chicago in the further south you get in Illinois you notice that there is a much less need into demand also on the hospitals in you find that you can responsibly open things back up however to be clumped in with areas that are in you know hi need in high attention like Chicago it's just really unfair for the rest of the areas that are ready to open up and I feel like there's more people at this point that are anticipating that this phase has to move on but what really is is strange to me are some cities that seem that they're ready are just falling in line with what the governor says and they they want to be able to just say okay tell us what's best for us when there's some areas like in Belleville for example that are saying we know what's best for us we want to take care of ourselves and I think that's how it should happen I think the governor should allow the individual areas like Belleville and many of the other ones that have stood up as of late into let them govern the way that they they feel fat and that's what really should be happening well you know we had a lot you know we understand the parameters now people understand this code nineteen is that gonna go away overnight we're gonna live with this for years and years to come we've got to get used to it and but you know what he had to put the fear of god in the in the Madison County and today in his press conference she talked about this letter that he received from St Clair county and he pretty much said the same thing you know if you open up your accept the consequences to me that's incredibly heavy handed I can tell you what he was up ramp Alexion Sinclair county stepped up to the plate big thanks to back him yeah I know what you people have now have got to make your own decisions whether it's right or
Indiana reports 300 COVID-19 deaths, 6,900 cases statewide
"There are now just over sixty nine hundred confirmed cases of cover nineteen in Indiana Christina box the state's health commissioner announcing Friday the twenty four residents the Bethany point long term care facility in Madison County where a major outbreak occurred have now died from the corona virus this is a tragedy for the families it's a tragedy for the health care staff that grew close to these residents it's a tragedy for our entire state and that is why we continue to expand our strike teams and send them into long term care facilities all across the state three hundred residents in the Hoosier state have died since the
"madison county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"A Madison County nursing home the official count of those killed in America from the virus is now nearly eleven thousand ahead why the CDC says the actual number may be higher weather headlines today how high temperatures will climb and windstorms overall central Indiana using using a break joining us on this Tuesday April seventh good morning to you with wet weather in the forecast let's look at the winds and wears with Stephanie need good morning Stephanie morning and we are looking at at least a dry start for us here we are tracking a few thunderstorms just north and northeast of Indianapolis interviewing area and I think those are gonna stay well north of us here but we are anticipating some may be stronger as severe thunderstorm popping up once we get through the overnight hours later on tonight but let's take advantage of the warm weather is mentioned before through the day today we look at live downtown not a whole lot going on temperatures starting off pretty much near sixty degrees so it is a warm start pretty much widespread fifty eight in Lafayette fifty six in Kokomo and sixty one degrees in Indianapolis right now so overall everybody waking up on a fairly warm no we are tracking a few showers and thunderstorms nothing severe with this and it is weakening as it passes through northeast Indiana suggest along I. sixty nine south of fort Wayne near the Bluffton area picking up on some heavy rain not nearly as much lightning so these are weakening as they are headed towards the east and then additional thunderstorms now starting to really diminishes it tracks its way across northern Indiana for us here this morning I don't think we're going to get in on any of this action in northern portions of the state it will be a partly to mostly cloudy start for us here though there could be an isolated storm again just north of us and it is a warm start with most times in the upper fifties to near sixty degrees and I think that's where we'll have our they're a good portion of this morning fifty six eight o'clock temperatures by noon already in the low seventies so it is going to be a rather warm day for us here daytime highs should top out near seventy five degrees with a partly to mostly cloudy sky by around five o'clock we are going to continue to track the potential for severe weather once we had until later on tonight will have timing on that coming up my full forecast but we are going to shape up to be in pretty decent shape visibility not an issue I for sixty five here near twenty First Street looking north along I. B. I. for sixty five live just seeing a few cars here and there but nothing too thick in terms of volume at least at this point no major I since no major delays so if you are coming in from the west side of things have a pretty good morning commute at least for right now I'm not seeing many issues.
No parking tickets, debt collection in Chicago until April 30 due to COVID-19 pandemic
"The two hundred eighty eight total cases in seventeen counties on Wednesday governor Pritzker has toured a code nineteen testing facility man down states Murphy's borough at this just a day after he called out the National Guard to some sixty troops to help with the response in Illinois WGN's Patrick Elwood he said today two more counties where no previous cases have been reported are now doing just that with new cases in Kendall and Madison counties among the new cases are twenty additional connected to an outbreak of the virus at a nursing home into page county bringing the total people affected there to thirty residents and twelve staff in his remarks he noted how quickly the numbers have grown from eleven not so long ago to where we are now today it was all in one county in cook county yesterday we had one hundred and sixty cases reported in fifteen counties today our total is two hundred and eighty eight across seventeen counties all of all ages from nine to ninety nine have contracted covert nineteen the governor also addressed a concern on the minds of many Illinois residents their ability to get goods they need from things like grocery stores and services from the state growers continue to swirl I do want to assure all of you essential services will always remain available grocery stores pharmacies gas stations the things we all need will not be closer together also warning to expect the numbers in Illinois to go up mayor Lightfoot will deliver a state of the city address Thursday from city hall set for five PM it's expected to focus on the cobit nineteen pandemic and the city's response on Wednesday the mayor announced several debt relief efforts aimed at helping residents the city suspending traffic and parking tickets unless it's violation that impacts public safety also suspending utility bills until April thirtieth collection agencies will also cease all debt collection efforts
Mother of missing Idaho kids arrested in Hawaii
"Seven the mother of two missing Idaho children has been arrested in Hawaii ABC's Amy Robach as the latest on the case of Laurie valoe the forty six year old being brought in on a warrant issued by Madison County Idaho her husband Chad develop photograph nearby as his wife enters police custody had any comment on or getting arrested ABC news finding day bell following the arrest returning to the condo with the two have been state house arrest comes three weeks after she defied a court order to physically produce for children now she's facing multiple charges including two felony counts of desertion and non support of a dependent child we know it's a positive step for we also know that is as this news is bad news fastidious also because we still have children seventeen year old Kylie Ryan and seven year old Joshua JJ fellow had been missing since September according to the police press release Bello was also arrested on investigation of resisting or obstructing officers criminal solicitation to commit a crime and contempt of court can you show JJ state that's really only one wants to know the couple was recently seen at the kawaii airport fusing to answer questions about the missing children hello Dave bell fled Idaho and headed to Hawaii one day after authorities performed a welfare check looking for the kids Dave L. has written religious books and given speeches about what he describes as two near death experiences he married fellow late last year a few weeks after his wife of twenty nine years died and four months after her husband was shot to death by her brother police are now investigating day bills wife's death but JD's grandfather says he only wants one question answered J. J. Wurst tali tests at this point that's our questions so far there is no hearing date to give valid the choice of waving or fighting extradition back to Idaho where she does face a number of charges including a felony counts of desertion and non support of dependents children I think a lot of people are saying finally finally she's been arrested but still frustrated because we don't know where Kylian JJ
Mother of children missing for months is arrested in Hawaii
"The mother of two missing children from Idaho is due in court in Hawaii where she was arrested fox's Jessica Rosenthal has this live Lisa Cole white police say they arrested Laurie Val on a warrant issued by Madison County Idaho a judge there had ordered her to produce her children seventeen year old Kylie Ryan and seven year old Joshua by the end of last month but she failed to do so and he's now been charged with felony desertion of dependent children she's been held on five million dollars bail bail Justin caller is the county prosecutor incline extradition early often and one is certainly one of the more unusual one highly was last seen at Yellowstone National Park September eighth according to charging documents and Joshua was last seen a few weeks later at
Mother of children missing for months is arrested in Hawaii
"The mother of two Idaho children missing since September has been arrested in Hawaii forty seven year old lorry valor was arrested yesterday on a warrant issued in Madison County Idaho and is being held on five million dollars bail her children ages seven and seventeen haven't been seen since late September and police in Idaho say they strongly believe their lives are in danger of police says sallow and her new husband have lied about the children's whereabouts and even about their
In Madison County, jurors find man guilty in death of toddler
"A jury in Madison County has convicted thirty year old Ryan Ramirez of Chesterfield of murder and the black in the beating death of a one year old girl tomorrow that same jury will meet to decide whether he will get life in prison without parole the mother of victim Paisley Hudson got forty years in prison after pleading guilty to neglected the same case she left the little girl with Ramirez who had been her boyfriend for six
Tennessee Teenager Arrested For Posting Social Media Threat Against Calabasas High School
"A social media post threatening a shooting attack in Calabasas high school starts a rapid investigation which ends with the arrest of a teenager halfway across the country sheriff's deputies provided security of the high schools detectors began tracing the origin of the threat the Sir said let it first Arizona were to communication companies revealed came from alone Twitter account and from their loss feel sure station spokesperson twiddle Callas said the focus shifted to Madison County Tennessee Tennessee was able to get the address where the tweet was sent out and they were able to contact a seventeen year old and which they ended up and resting for the threats a search of the young man's home turned up no weapons ready means to carry out an attack criminal charges against that team is still being worked out sheriff's deputies maintained a presence of Calabasas high school out of an
"madison county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Madison County today happened near the Madison County airport in London southwest of Columbus a seventy nine year old pilot Donald apple will pick will was killed the police say that the single engine Beechcraft was on approach to the airport and crashed into a farm field president trump's trade war with China and uncertainty overseas the reasons why the fed is cutting rates by a quarter of a percent that combined with the reduction of US exports and the slump in American manufacturing bringing cut from two percent to one point seven five percent this is the chairman of the federal reserve Jerome power since the middle of last year global growth the global growth outlook has weakened notably in Europe and China. additionally a number of geo political risks including brexit remain unresolved this is the second rate cut this year and some economists have not ruled out another one before the year's over on Wall Street the Dow closed up thirty six points nasdaq was off nine points and the S. and P. five hundred was up one point former Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino says he's moving on to a new chapter in his life he's now settled with U. of L. he settled that lawsuit after his dismissal a couple of years ago he's agreed to drop a demand for millions of dollars remaining on his contract in school in exchange has agreed to officially list his departure from the school as a resignation news radio.
"madison county" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"This Labor Day in downtown Saint Louis things get underway at nine in the metro east of the greater Madison County federation of labor is annual parade in granite city steps off at ten grand marshal will be Madison County coroner Steve none and the annual Labor Day parade in Belleville kicks off at ten as well. have you ever heard of paint Lewis became so great that we had to get this book what's records for the longest Nerone world but John Harrington says Payne Lewis got so big it's now invite only for artists over the weekend the public took in some amazing street in graffiti art in action along the flood wall south of the arch he says about one hundred artists have been added since Friday today is the day for photos and clean up he says get down to see it today three right after that like we can do something really really beautiful and great by Monday take pictures of it and by Tuesday somebody's already gone over it inscrutable kill kill joy was zero you know Joanie loves Chachi years the artist coming from all over the world there were even events over the weekend for kids to learn techniques from the masters Harrington says it's a public wall but for five days of the year they have a permit from the city for paint Lewis to see it just take Shoto all the way to the river or check out my my Twitter Facebook because I posted a ton of pictures some amazing stuff and it's just cool to walk and watch all these artists on ladders and stuff just doing some amazing creative stuff when an awesome thing for the city I love that the cardinals are good for the city they want again yesterday and lost one but they are three out of four against the Reds performance of back to back double headers pretty impressive and they play the giants today at Busch Stadium we'll have a preview for.
"madison county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Madison County, emergency management taught and says, well, meaning folks wanting to help had to be turned away, we've had several groups already who's your hospitality at its best. People have reached out to us. They wanna come our messages. Please wait. We will get the message out through folks, the media social media when we're ready for that. But the east side of the city has just reopened anyone east of Pendleton avenue can access their homes for now the west side from Pendleton avenue to fall creek will remain closed for the clearing streets in restoration of power, the part of an Indiana law. That requires fetuses to be disposed of burial or cremation has nothing to do with abortion says the law sponsor state, Senator Vicha. Chris Davis reports state Senator says it has to do with how some companies were disposing of the remains of fetuses company in my district, that was disposed of aborted fetuses. They were grinding them up and put him in like oil drums. So young says the law only covered what happened after an abortion and that the cost of disposal would not have prevented anyone from getting an abortion. He says the companies were already bearing that cost. Chris Davis, Ninety-three WABC mobile news as an atrop- lifted the tariffs on steel and aluminum, after Indiana congresswoman Jackie walorski made an appeal to the president on behalf of her northern Indiana district where the industry is crucial. We did tax reform two thousand seventeen and you know, lowered the amount of taxes and made it made this country more competitive than any other country, we put X amount of money into. Their pocket and terrorist right back out of the pocket. And so there was no win companies northern Indiana, manufacturer RV's boats and other vehicles that require varying grades of steel and aluminum, you are one minute away from traffic and weather, and now a page from the diary of Flo. Dear diary, the ghost is back. This house is protected through progressive, but that doesn't mean it's not haunted. How else would you explain that radiator like clanking sound or the moon colored light in the hallway that's gone by morning? Maybe he never bundled home and auto and he's doomed to suffer an eternity without the savings. Save an average of seventeen percents on car insurance when you bundle home and auto through progressive..
"madison county" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Would mean Dayton. Meanwhile, there are reports that tad Dayton was hit by two tornadoes survivors, talked to CNN about the damage. Katrina coming through the I say, and I know break in a lot of debris around this crash, and is this glass, this everywhere back there right now? It's really terrible. That there were no injuries with the young people that were inside the church. Sees damage that can be replaced. Yeah, the Indiana town of Pendleton, meanwhile, was heavily damaged, including reports of tornadoes Madison County. Emergency officials said that there are several videos flooding around the funnel clouds, but the national weather service has yet to make the determination officials say residents should stay indoors due to energize down power lines on the ground at one, official estimated four thousand people in that area, where without power President Trump says he's not ready to make a trade deal with China, but during a news conference in Tokyo, he did leave open the possibility that the two nations could strike, an agreement Sunday, someday speaking Monday, alongside Japan's Prime Minister Trump said he's not ready to make a deal as far as China's concerned, they would make a deal. I think they probably wish they made the deal that they had on the table before they tried to renegotiate it. They would like to make a deal. We're not ready to make a deal, and we'll take an intensive billions of dollars of tariffs, and that number could go very, very. Substantially very easily. But I think sometime in the future China and the United States will absolutely have great trade deal. And we look forward to that guy think that we are very much discussing different things with Japan. We have an.
"madison county" Discussed on KCBS All News
"In Madison County, Indiana. Just believe at this time it is not safe. We do not want people to be driving, or walking around in the town of Pendleton, due to power lines, still being on the ground national weather service, warning of significant impact to life and property from what could be the worst flooding in recorded history along the Arkansas. River correspondent Omar Villafranca. Mayor of Tulsa, Oklahoma is urging residents who live near Tulsa county Levy along the Arkansas. River folks need to be preparing for the worst and hoping for the best downstream near Fort Smith. Arkansas, the river, has reached historic levels, and it's not expected to crest until Wednesday twenty feet above flood stage. President Trump is on his way home from Japan after paying a visit to American sailors, on the US wasp in Tokyo, Bay or the strongest toughest best and bravest. Do you agree with the president met with Japan's new emperor and held talks with prime minister Shinzo obey on North Korea, Iran and Trade, Mr Trump sending sympathy after a deadly. Attack at a bus. Stop near Tokyo CBS's Lucy craft rurals from a local private school were boarding the bus when an unidentified assailant yelling. I'll kill you began. Slashing at them with a pair of long knives. Witnesses described nightmare scene with scattered and bloody book bags crumpled. Bodies and screaming children and eleven year old girl was killed. So as in thirty nine year old man seventeen are injured mostly children, the attacker killed himself, a new warning about an ingredient in e cigarettes live to CBS's. Vicki barker. They're billed as a safer, alternative to conventional cigarettes, but Stanford University researchers say they've seen evidence that vaping in general triggers, the kind of blood vessel dysfunction, that can increase the risk of heart disease and that some flavors in e cigarettes amplify that effect. Cinnamon menthol seemed the most toxic. Now, this small study doesn't prove vaping causes heart disease, but it's results are sobering enough to suggest further investigation is needed. Debra New York Times, says at least five navy pile. Lotte's reported UFO sightings during training flights along the east coast in two thousand fourteen and fifteen..
Arkansas, Tulsa County And Omar Villafranca discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News
"A string of violent destructive tornadoes tears through southwest Ohio, transportation, crews north west of Dayton, they're using snow plows to clean up debris from I seventy five and trot would there's widespread damage to homes and schools in Salina eighty thousand customers across the state have no power another tornado reported in Madison County. Indiana emergency management spokesman. Todd harmless, just believe at this time it is not safe. We do not want people to be driving, or walking around in the town of Pendleton, due to power lines, still being on the ground tornadoes, but severe flooding concern elsewhere correspondent, Omar Villafranca. Mayor of Tulsa, Oklahoma is urging residents who live near Tulsa county Levy along the Arkansas. River folks need to be prepared for the worst and hoping for the best downstream near Fort Smith. Arkansas, the river, has reached historic levels, and it's not expected to crest. Until Wednesday twenty feet above
Alabama Man Sues Abortion Clinic on Behalf of a Fetus
"Alabama teenager suing an abortion clinic for terminating his unborn child without his consent, a Madison County judge recognizing baby row as a plaintiff in nineteen year old Ryan makers lawsuit maker says his girlfriend aborted the six-week fetus against his wishes and February of two thousand seventeen he then sued because Alabama law recognizes the person hood of a fetus,
Tom Gibbons, Madison County And Attorney discussed on Total Information AM
"Nature of this disease. That's Madison County state's attorney Tom Gibbons. Thirty nine year old mother was allegedly fully aware of her daughter's diagnosis and actually. Took steps
"madison county" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Okay. Let's go with the bridges of Madison County. Okay. Let's go with the patriot. Okay. And howls moving castle. I love that movie. All right. Four toys that you had as a kid. Ooh, Nickelodeon Gak. Okay. Let's see. GI Joe did you actually have a GI Joe as a kid? No. Did you have toys, Mike? Is there something that you need to? I mean, I guess I could if I didn't wanna say most of my toys were like markers, but didn't want to say marker that would sound marker is one of. Telecomms some sort of like weirdly, like, I don't know. I was like I I lived in a closet and just drew with markers all day thinking about the world sheltered from society. At least you weren't the sniffing them. That's a step up. Well, I mean. Centene markers a reason behind them. They just might not have been that safer children at the time. I will say. No, I'm thinking sponge. Really one of your choices a child. Every time. I think to the glory would be so terrible for you. It's such a struggle. Okay. How no this is should this better than therapy. I should be paying usually. It's what I'm here for. Okay. How about four breakfast foods? Now, Mike have you had wreck focused before this is a I mean marker. I put down the gen. Just took a big of a market if I miss the breakfast one day. Oh, yeah. Let's go with some nice eggos. Okay. Let's go with some scrapple. Scrapple? Yes. Like, it's a weird. Like, I think it's a landmark region type of thing. It's like an on mishmash of meets in one square, Patty. It's very odd thing. But I eat it a lot in college because there were no other better options. Let's go with a nice omelet. Let's go with some kick cereal. Okay. Lastly four objects that start with 'em. Markers? Let's see I have a better chance of markers making my way into my survivor game. Let's go with mattress. Okay. Let's go with make up. And let's go with masquerade mask. Okay. All right. So mike. We are going to find out if you are on this season. What would be Knicks nickname for your alliance? Why are you being targeted by Angelina? Why you got into a fight or what food you got into a fight with Lisa about for improper storage, and your Natalie napalm, esque nickname, and then you have a four potential fates in the game you either get medevac before the first tribal after writing back to camp on a tux. You may jury but announced your relationship with Kara on Instagram and God banned from the finale. You got an underdog edit from a David to Goliath, but you were out in the fire making challenges, the rob g dot ally. You were voted out preacher by Angelina. Okay. Okay. So the way this is gonna work is I'm going to start drawing a spiral. And then you just tell me when to stop. And then this is all very technical. Details of something serious. We'll figure out your game and survivors. So are you using a marker to do this? I should I will I have one right here. Okay. Are you? Okay. With a purple sharpie. That's not my favorite. But you know, what? I'll it will suffice. All right. All right here, we go. All right. Tell me when to stop. Stop. Okay. Give me a moment. And I will figure out your feet and the game. No problem..
"madison county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"In Madison County is how teenage girl has died. Chris davis. It was a head on wreck. Last night says sheriff Scott Mellanby happened about a mile south of Anderson on state road one zero nine police aren't sure why. But the girl swerved into the path of a car that was in the northbound lane while she was going south they hit. She died at the scene. The driver of the other car was taken to the hospital. The Madison County fatal crash team is looking into it. Chris Davis, Ninety-three WIBC mobile news. You may have seen them on the roads and city streets training for their next meat, but it can be dangerous for high school cross country runners one student from Hamilton southeastern was hit by car yesterday. I'm John Herrick the fishers police department says it happened on oleo road in front of fall creek junior high school when the driver didn't see the runner crossing the street and hit him officer say the driver later stopped and his cooperating with police the student was taken to a nearby hospital where he's recovering he was running during a team practice when it happened. No one else was hurt. John Herrick Ninety-three WIBC mobile news. It's been since twenty twelve sin someone in Marion county has died of the West Nile virus. But the health department says someone has in fact died from it. It's also the only confirmed human cases of the West Nile virus reported in Marion county this year. Well, even with as little as a quarter inch of rain the sewers here in Indy can back up and cause. A lot of raw sewage to spill into the cities rivers and streams, but a two billion dollar construction project to fix that problem is halfway done. I'm Eric Berman on the near north side twenty eight miles of tunnel from Southport to Meridian Kessler will all but eliminate in these products. You're overflows citizens energy CEO. Jeffrey Harrison says there are on pace to finish in two thousand twenty four gain New York about four hundred million dollars under budget. Monarchy point four million dollar projects were also early today. Maybe as much of the year ahead of schedule. I ten miles up to just south of soil stadium are up and running another four miles have been dug, but still need to have concrete liners.
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"About where the passengers came, from that sun on the manifest that we've seen we can't determine that I don't have any, other other than the driver of the bus we believe from New Mexico or was licensed in New Mexico fingerprints and dental records are being used to identify the victims Dr Kurt Nolte as a chief medical examiner in New, Mexico v identified -cation process can't be predicted so we start with processes that are scientifically verifiable attorney general Josh Hawley today filing. A lawsuit against Branson duck vehicles and Ripley entertainment to stop them from operating duck boats in. Missouri his office alleges violations of the misery merchandising Practices Act Including ignoring lifejacket requirements and weather warnings kmox, news time five six a curious construction worker on a. Job site in South County being hailed a hero for noticing something suspicious he saw two men put several credit cards into a nearby ATM he called police. Assistant US attorney Tom Alvis says police. Arrested the men and then went to their hotel room. Where they found cash fake credit cards and a credit card. In coding machine we've got all the sophistication between the immigration authorities all the Bank records. Were going to access all the federal agencies that are working on this but if it. Weren't for this one citizen that picked up the phone and. Said some instruction worker construction worker we wouldn't have these guys in custody so we're very grateful to that person Al says both of. The men appear to be. In the country illegally one from Hungary the other from Romania, if convicted they, could get up to fifteen years for credit card fraud a Thirty-three-year-old Alton man charged with making a terrorist threat all police got a call Tuesday, morning saying some Someone is going to shoot up Lewis and Clark community college. Today the sheriff's office and school were notified an investigation led them. To mend tie Bedford who was. Taken into custody, at a, traffic stop he's now in Madison County jail kmox news time five oh seven Missouri governor Mike Parsons says the Missouri legislature will. Meet in special session next month to consider two. Bills he vetoed end-july that dealt with expanding treatment courts and education in stem parson's office said. That the session will be held the week of September tenth it will run concurrently, with a veto session scheduled. To begin September twelfth from the business. Bank of Saint Louis business Tasca Missouri. Judge is, considering whether to strike down in November ballot measure proposing to change the way, house and Senate districts, are drawn, call county Circuit Judge Daniel Green hearing arguments against the measure, today from attorney story Republican voter and the Missouri chamber. Of commerce and industry the so-called clean misery initiative I've also would limit. Lobbyist gifts to five dollars opponents say it violates the state constitution by.
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"A Saint Louis Coppola's is facing charges. In the drug overdose death of their eight month old daughter Robert Hassenfratz and his girlfriend Samantha Poppel ten were. Charged yesterday their infant was found dead in may. At their home testing shows the baby had sentinel and morphine in. Our, system Hassenfratz told police he had used heroin in the child's room the. Previous day and had store, drugs and drug paraphernalia where
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"Jefferson Eighty-one at your severe weather station News Radio six ten WTVN during the first cabinet meeting following his overseas. Trip President Trump touted his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin saying because the hand the US, has now better relations with Russia and we're doing very well probably as well, as anybody has, ever done with Russia, and there's been no president. Ever as tough as I have been on Russia present responding again today to criticism he was not. Tough enough on Vladimir Putin for meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election a Russian woman accused. Of being a spy for Moscow due, in, federal, court Washington DC today grand jury indebted Maria Tina yesterday on church Charges of acting as an agent of the Russian. Government Bettina was arrested over the weekend killer Cincinnati man who claimed homosexual panic, prompted the murder, has been executed by the state of Ohio Robert van hook was put to death this morning, at. Ohio Steph house, in lucasville for the one thousand. Nine hundred five murder of David self, being hooked murdered self after meeting him at a gay bar van hoax defense team said homosexual panic led, to the killing the prosecutors are good, van hook previously lured gay men to apartments to rob them it was a, house, first, execution since last September troopers with state highway patrol say they, sees more than forty thousand dollars worth of drugs during a Madison County traffic stop this week they say they pulled over, a vehicle without a state plates for speeding when they searched the vehicle they found. Three pounds of drug mushrooms more than one hundred LSD doses and more the driver was taken to jail and. Charged with drug possession federal lawmakers will soon consider whether to expand the military intelligence operation at, Wright Pat and Dayton the president of the Dayton Development Corporation says expanding nascent, right Pat would, be huge for, Dayton, Jeff Hoaglund says the National. Air and space intelligence center puts jobs and the attention of the Pentagon Ohio Bill was written will really determine no new buildings are constructed at right at, the base whether jobs will be moved from rang, Pat to. Washington how well the air force will be able. To help Ohio small businesses the Pentagon, is threatened to move Dayton's Nick operations to. Washington that is a move that is being resisted by federal law makers from Ohio at the state house Jared alad NewsRadio six ten WTVN congressman Jim Jordan is offices. Confirmed he's been. Interviewed by the legal firm investigating allegations of sexual assault by a former. Ohio State athletics physician is, officers that interview regarding Dr Richard Strauss occurred on Monday Jordan has denied any knowledge of alleged activity by Dr Strauss against student athletes serving as. An assistant wrestling coach for the buckeyes from nineteen eighty six to nineteen Ninety-four, Europe's slaps a, huge fine on Google for breaching antitrust rules, define five billion for.
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"Related deaths in the past five years from one hundred nineteen fatalities in two thousand thirteen hundred three last year this john has mirror rise throughout our entire region and he said it represents a seventy percent increase in the county besides establishing a prescription drug monitoring program stagger said in recent months the county has partnered with twenty five groups of experts trained in dealing with substance abuse to develop an aggressive action plan to address the crisis the declaration comes on the same day that five people passed out after overdosing on sentinel and a saint anne home early today two of them remain in critical condition saint anne police chief aaron tim says they were found by officers who responded to the home on jane avenue around four thirty this morning he says a scene like this can present threat to first responders officers are actually coming into contact with the spend all by skin or even by airborne which is making them have heart problems and you know basically almost overdosing three of the overdose victims awake at the hospital but to remain on narcan drip one remains in extremely critical condition police are searching for the person who sold the fence no which the users tell thorns they thought was cocaine in update to the severe thunderstorm warning we brought you at the top of the hour it also includes other portions of the came alexa listening area including portions of saint louis county in saint charles county specifically northeastern saint louis county in northeastern saint charles county again this is six fifteen just a few moments ago the storms were located along the line extend nding from near greenfield to six miles south of harden to seven miles west of davis they're moving southeast at a pretty good clip about forty miles an hour once again a severe thunderstorm warning in effect for portions of madison county a little as well as saint louis and saint charles counties charges filed against the personalities accused of impersonating a police officer by driving with fake emergency lights and sirens at a high rate of speed more than once police now say twenty five year old michael dwayne wallace was driving on eight revoked license authorities say two men broke into the home of an ex girlfriend's father is part of a plot to kill him but instead stole his car eighteen year old casey dunkin of arnold in nineteen year old jesse kelly of cape girardeau were charged with conspiracy to commit murder stealing a vehicle and burglary cam wakes news time five oh six it was rat poison misery capitol police say the suspicious package sent to maria founded allstate office in april was indeed rat poison authorities are still not clear on who sent it so local college students won't face higher tuition after all i'm michael calhoun in the newsroom saint louis community college has dropped plans to raise tuition by five percent for the coming school year citing the missouri legislature's decision to abandon former governor eric writings budget proposal greitens who resigned effective june i had proposed cutting sixty eight million dollars higher education lawmakers restored the proposed cuts in may the community college trustees on thursday downst they were dropping their tuition increase developer paul mckee tells the city of saint louis he wants to mend fences came lexus kevin colleen has that story responding to the city's plans to break up with mckee for failure to meet deadlines on fixing up north saint louis mckee's attorney paul per shelly says this whole thing can be settled out of court would he'd like to do is to keep moving forward with his redevelopment he's got a hospital in the in the works he's got a market nga he'd like to be left along her jelly says mckee's deadlines which the city says weren't met were extended in a contract with the city when mckee transferred fifty acres to the city for the n g a project kevin kelly newsradio eleven twenty km away just in time for the fourth of july gas prices are poised to go up patrick dehaan with a price tracking website gasbuddycom says you can take a ten percent jump in crude oil prices that followed opec's decision to increase production by disappointingly small amount we're not seeing that in saint louis just yet in fact average gas prices have dropped six gallon in the last week that rob will soon change course and at two ninety per gallon the national average is at its highest fourth of july level in four years gas buddy just completed a symbol tramp the summer travel survey in.
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"Privacy case will announce whether he'll throw the case out entirely so what are the chances of that happening dismissal for prosecutorial misconduct is extremely rich this is kevin kaleen attorney brad young says the judge must decide whether prosecutor kim gardeners team hid evidence that would have been helpful to the governor but even if this case is thrown out we could see a scenario where kim gardner really doesn't want to go forward on this case because even if this does get dismissed she's got a double barrel shotgun and a second barrel involves the evidence from the mission continues mailing lists young was a guest on overnight america with ryan recor kevin kelly newsradio eleven twenty kmox charges now against a hazelwood man in connection with a twenty seventeen murder in the city thirty five years again trail wofford died after being shot several times on june eighth of last year in the fourteen hundred block of dassault twenty nine year old brandon cross now faces counts of first degree murder first degree assaulted aren't coming election he's being held without bond he reportedly shot wofford following an argument over a woman madison county officials are expanding efforts to protect the senior population from fraud and other crimes that impact those older than sixty five km alexis brett bloom has that story sheriff's lieutenant chris tharp explained that they're joining forces with the public health department and nearly two dozen senior service organizations throughout the county to form something called a triad main focus will he updates the go out over a wide variety of social media platforms in real time we have a rash of fraud or deception that's occurring at one part of the county we intend to blast that out not only our social media platforms but also on our web page more information can be found at the medicine county triumph facebook page tharp explain that there are well over forty thousand madison county residents aged sixty.
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"By menards our top local story two of the three teens charged with setting one of the historic bridges of madison county on fire got probation monday eighteenyearold joel davis pleaded guilty to second degree arson for his role in the fire in april of last year that destroyed the cedar bridge he told the court he was sorry for what he did important this bridge was to people madison county both emotionally physically great grandfather and great grandmother church the bridges mass county dearly nineteenyearold livia bergman was also given a suspended sentence eighteen year old alex off of west will be sentenced later this month iowans were awakened at one eight team this morning when emergency alert tones blasted from cell phones and weather radios to youngsters had been obstructed by noncustodial parent in northeastern iowa the two and four year olds were believed to be with their father who was who the iowa department of public safety said might be armed and dangerous the amber alert was canceled after about two hours as the clinton county sheriff's department reported the boys were found no word on any arrests our top national story there are reports the president is hitting the brakes on plans to impose new sanctions on russia the washington post reports president trump is uncomfortable moving in on of moving on new sanctions right at this time america's you embassador nikki haley said sunday new sanctions would be imposed soon will these sanctions are a follow up to the us led airstrikes in syria residents of jefferson are beginning to clean up after strong wind caused a lot of damage there the two million dollar range that is greene county emergency manager dennis moreland he's tells whol radio news about a dozen structures were damaged or destroyed the damage was caused by seventy mile per hour straight line wind monday afternoon walkon police responded to a shooting at a residence there a man was taken to walk on veteran's hospital memorial hospital where he was pronounced dead an autopsy will be conducted the.
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"Kyle hips madison county emergency management deputy director todd harmensen says those two always came through the clutch you know when the chief needed something done these two young men were the first to jump in and say we'll take care of it chief and never asked for a thank you never asked for anything in return both men leave behind wives and hips also leaves behind two small children the head of indiana's new workforce cabinet says the new board will make it easier to connect hoosiers with careers danny lopez says because the new position reports directly to governor holcomb it'll be easier to coordinate actions across state agencies when needed thirteen of the twenty one cabinet members still need to be appointed buddy says one focus will be on making sure students workers and employers know what's available eric berman ninetythree wibc mobile new and gas prices have dipped a little bit this morning they were at two sixty five a gallon on monday but now the average is two fifty nine gallon in indianapolis according to gasbuddycom the cheapest gas in the state is in columbus where it is to twenty nine speaking of cast the gas that used to fill up your car let's get a check on the traffic of the roads with matt bear all right we're looking at inbound seventy john it looks like we're mostly cleared up right two lanes were slow because of a crash earlier but everything looking pretty good right now also inbound sixty five small delay here thirty eight th street and twenty first street lights at sixteenth and tips while they're working now it looks like things are cleared out nicely traffic brought to you by theraworx relief to prevent every lean muscle cramps in your legs and feet use theraworx relief get theraworx relief today it's like walgreens cvs and rite aid pharmacies or theraworxrelief dot com i've met there with traffic on the fis follow us on twitter.
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"I'm abbott stegman possible trouble for governor greitens legal dream team the prosecutor wants the judge to disqualify them alleging a conflict of interest came alexis kevin colleen has the story the bombshell motion argues that the dow bennett law firms should be thrown off the case because for more than two months it was defending the state of missouri in a separate case in which greitens was accused of skirting the state's open records law by using a phone app that erases messages automatically the prosecutor claims that the phone app called confide plays a key role in the invasion of privacy charges against the governor they believe he transmitted the alleged photo of his half dressed lover over just such an app allowing it to be erased dow bennett has since disqualified itself from the confines case kevin kelly newsradio eleven twenty kmox writers lawyers respond that there is no conflict of interest and they say the latest motion from the prosecutor shows quote a certain level of desperation a nineteen year old man convicted in a two thousand fifteen murder in madison county area on sanders found guilty following a two day trial prosecutors claimed he walked up behind fortyoneyearold james e hubbard and shot him four times at point blank range saturday morning promises be busy fallon a little i'm not only is it the fifth annual vfw fund run but i'll fallible host one of the march for our lives events spearheaded by high school students o'fallon mayor her broach says they didn't want to deny the kids the chance to speak out at children aren't marching for a political one way or the other they're marching to stress the need for.
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"The shooting at march so much douglas high school in parkland florida where seventeen people were killed damage assessment teams are fanning out across the southeastern us after night of fierce storms pat douggins of alabama public radio says there reports of multiple tornadoes across the region the national weather service in huntsville reports three tornados along alabama's border with tennessee damage crews hope to confirm that today by examining debris left by the storms scott washington's with madison county emergency management says the pattern of the wreckage is a big clue for instance just the debris blown it all in one direction or is there debris blown in different directions you're looking at the pattern debris in all directions points to a tornado touchdown an estimated ten million people could be in the path of the system as it moves across the southeast for npr news i'm pat douggins in tuscaloosa alabama you're listening to npr news the un refugee agency says it is alarmed by the deepening humanitarian crisis in syria fierce fighting continues in eastern good up a suburb near the capital damascus npr's lama alaron reports the un is demanding full and unhindered humanitarian access to civilians inside and outside of eastern good video posted on youtube show syrian president bush shotted as behind the wheel of a honda his driving towards eastern gouta flaunting the syrian regimes latest military victory it was one of the last position strongholds that's now been divided and almost reconquered four hundred thousand people have been reportedly living in the enclave but since last week people have been trickling out the un says more than forty five thousand people have fled but they say they're playing no part in the evacuation deals the un is however setting up makeshift camps to receive the thousands of families who they say arrive exhausted hungry thirsty and sick with little or no belongings the un says the shelters are extremely congested and lacked basic amenities bathroom lines could take hours they say lamela npr news beta the associated press is now reporting that syrian rescue workers say nine people have been killed in airstrikes in northern syria stephen hawking's ashes reportedly will be interred at london's westminster abbey near the remains of other distinguished scientists such as newton the dean of westminster reverend john hall says they'll be placed in the abbey at a thanksgiving service later this year stephen hawking died last week at the age of seventy six i'm lakshmi singh npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include mile iq the mile iq app automatically tracks business miles to streamline and maximize the duchesne's or expenses the mile iq app is available for download in the.
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"They're hoping that a sales tax increase can pass after failing on two previous occasions in two thousand eleven and again last year superintendent of madison county schools dr robert diver says the one cent increase would ship the funding burden away from property taxes every resident madison county getting revenue from people who pass to our area and were a heavily traveled part of the state the proposed tax needs a simple majority to pass opponents call it a terrible deal for madison county residents because the local sales tax rate would be higher than what they pay in chicago breath bloom newsradio eleven twenty cama wax though early voting in chicago and suburban cook county is higher than it's ever been for a primary that is not translating to our area early voting is indicative of what's going to happen in the on election day and that it looks like it's going to be a little less interest in this primaries in the last couple that is sinclair county clerk tom holbrook and we'll have the results tonight on air and online misery execution is scheduled for tonight but lawyers are pushing hard for a reprieve because of the rare condition of the murderer he was supposed to be executed for years ago but it was stopped and our before because of a condition they claim caused bloodfilled tumors in his head to burst essentially russell buckley would drown in his own blood during the process buckler killed his former girlfriend's new boyfriend in nineteen ninety six one of the biggest shocks and stressors to people in saint louis the city's chief resilience officer is out with his first report patrick brown explains what we're talking about with resilience talking about the impacts of climate change that we're doing with across the united states we could be talking about aging infrastructure poverty rates and in cities like saint louis we were talking about things like systemic racism that has gone on andress for since the founding of the city and we're talking about things like vacancy in blight and government inefficiency and fragmentation so it's all the fun stuff if saint louis has not prepared for the next big flood or has high crime that is a threat to our resilience both economically and in terms of life and limb brown and.
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"Was a story in buying a game whiteside combat also everyone else reporting as saw officials announcing that the are pushing for a longer prison sentences for to deter crime coming from st louis into madison county fill let me play a couple of the clips i know we were out there we can hear some of the clips in our news i know kevin clean put some and his whole nother story which i'm gonna play for you by here's from keyamo v in their news package regarding madison counties reaction to the crime that may be leaking over to their county waddell county officials blamed the city at st louis for bringing crime across the river madison tony's now starting the silliest sets of such polls frostily to warn of the most dangerous cities states we do have violent crimes that have been brought to madison county uh by us by citizens of the city saint louis and surrounding areas are drug epidemic is largely fuelled by drugs that are coming from the city of st louis so there's a couple of officials network quoted there i know came of either part of a press conference so here's a couple of things too said you'll hear me say and i have said it in the past the madison county is now starting to feel the effects of bean in such close proximity to one of the most dangerous cities in the united states that was the county sheriff there john lacking two men were charged tuesday in connection with the shooting death of a fortyfiveyearold st louis man that happened there in madison county officials also say that julius in ralph the suspects were brought to grady over to madison county from st louis and shot him to death on i'd glenn carbon street officers say the incident may have occurred due to a previous drug overdose death that took place at the greatest house so bowl suspects are currently in custody in madison county sheriff's office the you know just here in the police officers they're talking about it this way kinda rubbed me the.
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"Well there again all fired up about the the bridges of madison county covered bridge festival coming up this weekend down in winter said and i kind of scoped it out for you i was there yesterday we had such a fun time it was really a beautiful day and i found out that they have a girl that was a young winter set girl who was in the move the bridges of madison county she was meryl streep's daughter young caroline and guess who's going to be on the air with us here in about seven minutes caroline yup he's era's on is gonna be with us so that'll be fun you ever go to the bridge festival yeah i did it and it is amazing like pre bridge pre movie bridge festival posed movie totally the people come from all over the world yeah they do they do at one of the great experiences i've ever had in in madison county 'cause you know how goes van like you you you you start take things for granted that are around you and now forget that people have driven for miles to see what you're seeing so one time as having a picnic near one of the bridges in a car pulled up and a lady got out out of their driver'sside door and fell to her knees and coli all my games when she saw the bridge but i loved that moment because it said you know i take this for granted that i live near this beautiful bridge china that way with living history firms to yeah check their book in their people from all over the world the there's a lot of people in des moines and never been there yeah that's a that's a great point you don't ever want to tell you take for granted the stuff you've got right here at home by the way we get a tech center american towers and accessories techs lying ninety nine 1040 from steve he said that there is a hit big helium balloon with two people on it they came down in the pasture south of beaver on de avenue and i said it's probably just somebody out ver beautiful morning hot air balloon he said now there's no heater in it it's all healing and while cool anything about that how are they took off.
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"And he was sentenced to five years in the department of corrections on the attempted terrorist threat and a year in madison county jail on the unauthorized possession of a weapon based on the the level the fence jeffrey are dagon says the trial was a disaster it was a first amendment train wreck in my view jeffrey ceased to flaws in the prosecution's case i the criminalised speech by taking a work of art uh it's something that was intended as a work of art a and distorted it into criminal intent second he says the criminalised thought by criminalising thought if i what i mean is we need to charge this man with a crime because for all we know he was thinking about acting on what we sir my eyes were evil intense even though we have no evidence that he intended to communicate that thought tillerson says his worst moment came after the trial at the graham correctional center they stripped naked potato bend over they make sure you don't you know you're not sneak in any weapons just a very degrading process and then ah when they fight when he put me in a cell and then they locked the door and and you hear the clink at it's a it's a small sell like five by nine british to metal bunk beds to you and another guy and you just feel so clashed phobic but you can't leave torsion says it felt like being punched in the gut.