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Former President Trump Headlines Conservative Gathering CPAC

Pacifica Evening News

02:17 min | 7 months ago

Former President Trump Headlines Conservative Gathering CPAC

"Trump headlines the premier Conservative gathering CPAC. For Pacifica Network and Public News Service. I'm Mary Sherman and their conference dedicated to the future of the conservative movement is already underway. And it's turned into an ode to Donald Trump. As speakers declared today, their fealty to the former president and attendees posed for Selfies with a golden statue of his likeness. As the Republican Party grapples with deep divisions over the extent to which they should embrace Trump After losing the White House and losing both chambers of Congress, those gathered at the annual conservative political Action Conference in central Florida made clear they're not ready to move on from the former president or from his baseless charges that the November election was rigged against him. Republican Senator Just Holly of Missouri, a potential presidential 2024 awful drew among the loudest applause today and the standing ovation when he bragged about Is challenging of the election certification on January 6th despite the storming of the Capitol building by Trump's supporters trying to halt the Institutionally mandated process. Trump will not arrive at the conference until Sunday, but was present in spirit in the form of a large golden statue erected in a merchandise show booth where attendees could pose for pictures with it more from reporters. Simon marks the stage is set in the US for a big weekend in Republican Party politics. Former President Donald Trump will address the conservative political action conference in Florida, where he's expected to stake his claim to the ongoing leadership of the Republican Party. The former president's former White House chief of staff is Mark Meadows. We will see the start of planning for the next administration, and I can tell you The people. They're the top of that list. All of them have. Trump is their last name. He spoke to Fox News Simon marks reporting. Immigrant rights activists

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Ohio Among Top States for Long-Term Care COVID Vaccine

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:17 min | 7 months ago

Ohio Among Top States for Long-Term Care COVID Vaccine

"The state of ohio at the head of the pack when it comes to getting the kovac nineteen vaccine into long care facilities. According to data by state updated yesterday. Ohio has administered the fifth highest number of doses nationally through the cdc's pharmacy partnership for long term. Care program that federal initiative is wrapping up. But there's still a need says. Peter van winkle who heads the ohio healthcare association. There are new people who come into facilities all the time. Their new admissions their new staff members that are hired and we need to have a mechanism for those folks to get actually governor. Mike dewine is expected to release additional information this week about a new maintenance vaccination program that picks up the providers complete the federal program cova cases in the states nursing homes have fallen more than seventy seven percent since november which governor says is a testament to the states aggressive vaccination efforts in long term care facilities. Mary sherman reporting. This story was produced in association with media and the public interest funded in part by the george gone foundation. Ohio has administered more than three hundred sixteen thousand covid nineteen vaccine doses in long term care facilities and more than ninety five. Thousand residents of workers have received a second dose.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A study of donations during the summer found first time donors increased from eleven to seventeen percent after anybody testing was offered. And finally, our Mary Sherman tells us the shift to virtual and blended learning to reduce the spread of covid. Nineteen could have an unintended consequence for kids vision chief eyecare officer with United Healthcare Dr Scott. Edmonds explains the increase screen time raises the risk of digital ice train impossible retinal damage from high energy blue light. He says looking at a screen closer than thirty inches away also can cause vision problems including nearsightedness. Suggests following what's known as the twenty twenty twenty rule, twenty minutes. You need to look at an object, twenty feet away or further for twenty seconds that not only cuts the exposure to all the blue light. It also gives the muscles in the eye, but rest from sustained contraction just twenty seconds says all you really need, and then they can go back to their digital devices about forty-one percent of Americans are affected by nearsightedness compared to twenty five percent back in nineteen seventy. This is Mike Clifford. Thank you for wrapping up your week with public. News Service member enlisted support her great radio stations across the nation and online at public new service DOT ORG. But if we are to be prepared for it, we must burs shed our fear of it. Without fear because I remember. I remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me, but because of the path that lies behind me. I remember the one hundred years, we have these machines. And after a century. I remember that. We are. Still. Make them remember. Your. If you. To. On declare your independence me or in the snack we have we are now in Bangor Maine, and we're trying to get a very Kirwin on.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Expanding unemployment insurance increasing food assistance, affordable childcare, and broadband access, and putting a moratorium on. foreclosures and utility shut offs, Mary Sherman reporting finally or Mike Mohan reports Iowa continues to see harmful effects of climate change according to environmental advocates democratic elected officials. They want policy changes made under the current administration like rollback of clean air standards put into reverse in March the finalized rules for fuel economy and emission standards to increase by smaller annual percentages than the ones established under former President Obama des Moines City Council member. Josh Mandelbaum says moves like that will have severe consequences for the city and the state he points to drought conditions, extreme heat, and the summers the ratio as examples. Of catastrophic events triggered my more pollution, we know that with climate change, extreme weather events, and every single one of the problems that we have faced challenges we faced in the last few years will continue to threaten ravage our community. The trump administration argued that the higher standards were too expensive for automakers to meet the many car companies. Already, we're on track to make adjustments that are tougher than the one. The administration is asking this is Mike Clifford and thank you for starting your week with public news service. We are member list of supported and online at public service DOT ORG ahead of. But if we are to be prepared for it, we must burs shed our fear of. Without fear because I remember. I remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me, but because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred here we have bought these machines. And after a century of War I remember that. We are still. Make them remember. We are. View to the. End of the year veered and into veered into interfered an veered here.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Nineteen i'm mary sherman hearings continuing to the impeachment inquiry worry with four legal scholars testified wednesday before the house judiciary committee three of the witnesses concluded that president donald trump's pressure on ukraine to announce investigations today shins into a former vice president joe biden his son as well as debunked conspiracy theory about the two thousand sixteen election constitutes an impeachable offense the fourth who who noted he was not a trump supporter disagreed in argued the case has not been fully investigated and would create a dangerous precedent for future impeachments the trump administration's new rule tightening work restrictions for the supplemental nutrition assistance program is drawing strong criticism from hunger fighting groups the finalized USDA rule undo state's ability to issue waivers on the three month limit for snap benefits to people who aren't either working or in a training program for twenty hours a week an estimated six hundred eight thousand people are expected to lose assistance because of the change oregon food bank CEO susannah morgan says she's horrified aside i find an extra appalling that this is happening in the holiday season we're taking food off the tables of our neighbors at the time when we are supposed to be at our very best cells and taking very good care of our communities agriculture secretary sonny perdue points to the country's low unemployment rate and the goal of moving people towards self sufficiency as the reason for the rule change range one point three million california children under age five may lose out on essential services because of a hostile immigration climate according to new report port we get the details from suzanne potter researchers from to children's advocacy groups found that the trump administration's anti immigrant policies and heightened law enforcement enforcement have had major impacts on children up to age five under a lopez is with butter los ninos which runs head start childcare centers in los angeles she says families are dropping out of crucial programs for fear of being deported that's been the most heart wrenching thing for us is seeing their struggle in the fear that it has been invited and lopez says many families are refusing all forms of public assistance even for their american citizen children mistakenly believing that this would be held against them when applying for residency president donald trump has said his policies are designed to reinforce the rule of law and save taxpayer dollars at bill targeting targeting robocalls is expected to make the president trump's down before the end of the year the legislation known as the traced act was passed by nearly unanimous vote in the house wednesday in has strong support in the senate the act would require phone companies to block robocalls without charging customers any extra money in require most carriers in the US ensure that calls are coming from real numbers during the month of november americans received an estimated five point six billion robocalls this is p. PIN s. as core proceedings continue against exxon mobil on claims the company misled investors about the risks of climate change a recently discovered journal suggests the coal industry also knew about the potentially catastrophic impacts of burning coal as early as nineteen sixty six dr christopher cherry a university of tennessee professor who found the industry industry journal says he was surprised by how clearly executives understood how CO two emissions were linked climate.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"They wind up testing on humans okay they get prisoners out of Angola penitentiary and bring him over to a mental hospital injected men and that's what I believe is told that he is that why they're doing this is to try to kill Castro and he's the guy who's going to bring this thing down into Mexico and handed off to see I a contact and they will get it into Cuba okay and but you know I think the biological weapon winds up in the hands of the right wingers in Texas which is a really I said part of the story but the date we are as well as in the middle of his bioweapons project a involving Mary Sherman involving doctor Oster involving choose very Baker and that is it you cannot separate that out from the run up to the assassination and who who they got people come in and down lease meeting with them they're discussing the the the route they're up there isn't a board game you know in who is Lee at that point yeah this is a C. I. A. agent who is arm that's a good question it's a little hard to sort out I personally think he's a C. I. A. asset okay okay because the CIA is making all these weapons for the anti Castro people and they bring the weapons into New Orleans in early August but the F. B. I. he's just rated this camp from confiscated all the older weapons a week before okay so you start to look at that you say will wipe everything it's obviously Lee who told the.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"The studios of KPFA in Berkeley California with Glenn Rader hi mark my uncle he was health officials are reporting a break through in their investigation into the cause of an outbreak of the dating illnesses a government lab found the same chemical compound in lung fluid from twenty nine patients the compound vitamin E. acetate was previously found in vaping fluids used by many of those who got sick officials said today this is more direct evidence that the chemical may be to blame vitamin D. is safe as a vitamin pill or to use on the skin but inhaling the oily droplets can be harmful it's recently been used as a thickener in vaping fluid particularly in black market they cartridges or the two thousand Americans who use electronic cigarettes have gotten sick this year and at least forty have died a statewide survey of California voters finds seventy one percent support measures to reduce single use plastics that are part of a potential ballot initiative for next year's twenty twenty ballot the ballot measure would assess a plastic pollution reduction Theo and plastic manufactures of up to one penny per plastic packaging that would authorize for the state to implement rules to reduce plastic packaging and single use plastic products prohibit styrofoam take out containers and require that all packaging be recyclable reusable or compostable by twenty thirty to about eight million metric tons of plastic are thrown into the ocean annually estimates are that by twenty fifteen there will be more plastic in the oceans by weight then there are fish the plastic bag battle is once again a heating up in the state of Ohio reports a Senate committee held its first hearing Wednesday an espy two twenty two which would preempt local governments from banning or taxing single use plastic bags Cuyahoga county passage a band that goes into effect January first and a few other Ohio communities have similar ordinances on the books Republican senator Michael Ruellia Salem sponsor the billing contends it will provide clarity and consistency for commerce in this state consumers and businesses deserve the rules and regulations that are uniform an easy to understand Serra Daman is with the Surfrider foundation which advocates for clean water and healthy beaches she counters that Ohio should be taking action at the state level to reduce plastic pollution and set of taking away power from local communities government every level from local two states even compare countries of cake and policy action to address the plastic plague caused by these kinds of items and heiau for some reason we're going backwards as the two twenty two is companion legislation H. B. to forty two which had a fourth committee hearing in June supporters say the fees or fines imposed for violating plastic container vans are bad for business as conservation manager with you has Sierra Club Alyssa Yoder man argues there is a lot more at stake noting the state currently house just thirty nine point nine years of landfill waste capacity constantly getting into our rivers that clogging up our storm they were supposed to get into the rivers that breaks down into little pieces and those pieces are can I finish and eventually gets into the food chain man adds it's a matter of presenting both the environment and local democracy since a similar bill died in Ohio last year she questions who is behind this effort the plastic industry is that the fracking industry because the one that has really determined to push that route because the house locked in the people of Ohio have indicated that they want to reduce plastic police are bypassing the local ordinances and only states have banned single use plastic bags Indiana Michigan and six other states have laws preempting local plastics regulations for public news service I'm Mary Sherman a Hong Kong university student who fell off a parking garage after police fired tear gas during clashes with anti government protesters died today in a rare fatality in five months of unrest feeling more outrage against authorities in the semi autonomous Chinese territory the hospital authority for the twenty two year old male died this morning but didn't provide further details the government expressed great sorrow and regret over Charles that would be channels say locks death in police said they will propose a public in quest police spokeswoman says that appealed for calm and denied claims that officers pushed Chow down and had the late emergency services to treat him there are nations that police officers chased after the man.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Workers is more crucial than ever as many counties will transition to new voting machines over the next year. It's very frustrating in that. We know that this could become a perfect storm for problems at the polls and twenty twenty two presidential election is going to have a higher turnout than gubernatorial elections but we even fall. I'm twenty eight team. Record turnout supporters of reducing the number of poll workers point out that Ohio voters are now allowed to use any line in multi precinct polling locations so the processes smoother Mary Sherman reporting this story was produced in association with media in the public interest in funded in part by George Foundation and finally Natty Araba gone tells us storms hurricanes flooding of cost cities around the country billions of dollars today in Charlotte Business Leaders G._O._P...

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Twenty nineteen. I'm Mary Sherman. Here's a look at what's making headlines today, the Trump administration finalizes a co friendly emissions rule a new development and the debate over the twenty twenty cents citizenship question and why June teeth is an encore celebration in Florida and other states up. I the Trump administration has finalized rule that will rollback an Obama era regulation to cut emissions from the US power sector. Eric take it off has more. The environmental protection agency's new rule the affordable clean energy plan. Skills.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I'm Mary Sherman. Here's a look at what's making headlines today. The Trump administration finalizes a coal friendly emissions rule a new development and the debate over the twenty twenty cents citizenship question. And why June teeth is an encore celebration in Florida and other states up. I the Trump administration has finalized a rule that will rollback an Obama era regulation to cut emissions from the US power sector. Eric take it off has more. The environmental protection agency's new rule the affordable clean energy plan skills.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I'm Mary Sherman. Here's a look at what's making headlines today. The Trump administration finalizes a coal friendly emissions rule a new development and the debate over the twenty twenty cents citizenship question. And why June teeth is an encore celebration in Florida and other states up. I the Trump administration has finalized a rule that will rollback an Obama era regulation to cut emissions from the US power sector. Eric take it off has more. The environmental protection agency's new rule the affordable clean energy plan skills.

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Finding private health insurance: Costs, coverage, and exclusions

Moral Side Of The News

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Finding private health insurance: Costs, coverage, and exclusions

"Companies set aside a two week period for employees to select health benefits for the following year. And he recommends people take time to review all their options in costs to find the best fitting coverage one important point. He says is checking to see if your doctor is in a health plans care provider network, we've been employee as a physician that currently is in their network of providers and the employer decides to move to a new carrier and that provider happens to not be in network. The employees could be facing higher out of pocket expenses when they go to receive care from that provider and beyond the monthly premium. He notes they are out of pocket expenses to consider such. Deductibles, tell pays and co insurance health changes are in another important consideration such as the pregnancy or plan surgery. It's estimated that one point seventy five million Americans have employer. Sponsored health coverage. Mary Sherman reporting.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Well you mentioned v for amendment and i had a particular fascination at the start of my education in regards to s iv hov and you know viruses you know violet soul you know the thing was though is that there was this conspiracy theory going around that hijo as you said there was a a man made virus spots cia and it was deliberately set to target blacks gays and that's actually not what's going on is that conspiracy theory there at all it's not that it was manufactured manufactured because it equally targets all human big set for gays and blacks what actually happened though it's something far more terrifying and it comes back to the scenario that you've just given they were messing around with the development of the polio vaccine there were somehow i think though creating it all using monkey kidneys as basically the incubator for yeah they created the polio vaccine as as going along it somehow crossed over with siv causing anti which is so only affects simians to then also affects human beings that actually then can you know zoological move from animals to human beings and it somehow got out in the mass polio vaccination this is a huge clue to our conclusion on tuesday and we were getting into who is mary sherman this woman that was murdered in her arms mysteriously missing she has a connection to the monkey viruses that were in the polio vaccine oh well it's it's it's it's this walled conclusion and you've just read given a great clue there that is really great clue of how widespread this is in how deep this conspiracy goes so basically really trying to come up there and confidence and why president trump probably got the advise that we count release this like this is actually a global thing this can never come out because it's too terrifying anyway too many spoilers coming up in plus extension amphibious creatures for michigan we're gonna be heading to wash eac i'm sorry that wrong we're going to be hitting towards michigan we're going to be heading to the system lakes and there was.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Your apartment and you'll living somewhere else you can't live with the smell in the faces you dot it's just horrible so that's when it hits him he's go friend wasn't renting david ferries apartment she actually was renting david ferries lap where he was trying to create a cancerous bioweapon to possibly all my goal he'll fidel castro with a link to jfk do we have any measure about did she die of cancer anything happened to her no we don't this is where we have to live the story wow so this is this is the setup and i'm going to complete this story on tuesdays posits stench in we're going to find out who david ferrie really was we going to find out the gruesome details of mary sherman's mudder we're going to find out why arm was removed we're gonna find out about mafia connections that david ferrie had we're gonna find out why he had women's clothes in his wardrobe we're gonna find out the cia projects connected with this and the deadly weaponized monkey virus and its connection to jfk's assassination and ultimately why the jfk files will never be released again coming up on monday's show i couldn't fit it all into this episode no i understand that's his truly incredible but just before we go into a plus extension and we're going to switch it up a little bit when i go to be talking about aquatic bigfoot for so it's kind of a bit of a jump but i just wanna hypothesize about this moment.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Figure out what her connection walls but most people have said she was just a local doctor she was just friends with guy and it's not really significant she's just someone you can forget about but ed says sherman was actually one of america's leading cancer experts she was right at the top of her field and yet she's hanging out in this guy's clandestine lab and he's apartment yet she was an associate professor at this prominent medical school engaged in monkey var serie such she was the director of a cancel laboratory at an internationally famous medical clinic she was chairman of the pathology committee of one of the most elite medical societies in america this just wasn't some general practitioner dr know she was one of the greatest minds in the country so in this part of the story ed stunk to pull this together and remember this part of the story he's like seventeen he's started college and this is life the vietnam war had just started hating up and he ended up dropping out of college and hiking around the country so it was too crazy just wanted to get away and he tried to forget about mary sherman's murder and tried to pull this behind him and just move on with his life and onis travels he actually developed a love of writing and when he finally returned to new elaine's he suddenly thought you know what that mary shum and murder that might actually make a good screenplay so we started to look into it again and he to kind of do this crazy screenplay he wanted to get the police report so we can get all the details on the modem so he called an old family friend he's name was big mike and she worked in the new orleans parish district attorney.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Change their structure to turn them into something else so yeah you creating new vaccines but you're also creating new super diseases potentially creating merrick diseases if you'll mutating them if they merging anything like that it's very extremely unlikely but it kenneka so at this period of time in the mid nineteen sixties some of the scientists involved they realize this they realize that this is really dangerous an after this congress took this danger this possibility of digest seriously and i started moving the experiments promised centers out of the cities in louisiana viz the delta racial primate center it opened its doors in november of nine hundred sixty four with two lane university serving as the host institution so that lab still that's diets got a full thousand primates thirty scientists a hundred thirty support workers and so that particular primate lab those run by two line university which is where the author's father worked and where mary sherman who was murdered worked is central to the story and it's very important that we highlight to some of the dangers of the time period of what was going on so of course you've got again you've got to keep it a low profile because of animal rights activists but the third reason to cable this low profile is again secrecy you've got the cold war going on and with the student grapevine there was a lot of room as going along the two lane university was conducting research full the cia right and i won't spend too much time on this but basically we understand that it was a lot of the mind control stuff so they'll hail tra stuff m k ultra oppression auditor they would giving the simians lsd tons of psychoactive drugs bicycling trying to figure out how you could control the consciousness of your enemy anyone you wanted and but they're also doing projects.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Dence that unravelled the mystery of mary chaman's murder he said my father told my mother and my mother light a told me that mary sherman's right arm was missing now this is a key part of the murder but it's never mentioned anywhere in the autopsy report it's not mentioned in the press it's mentioned in the autopsy reports but of all the press coverage all the official talking about this case because it was a big kind of thing at the time no one mentioned it it would be like though in mentioning the glove in the oj case yeah not not a single out of the dozens and dozens of press coverage newspaper poets not a single mention that the arm was missing why not lie he asked the question why didn't they want people to know that the arm was missing while you would it would start speculation of things like did the motor teke trophy yeah it's it's weird so he says that same summer overheard my father complained bitterly when he learned about certain activities going on at the us public health service hospital in new orleans and he said i remember he's words really clearly my father said we fought was to keep people from doing things like this so this all these questions raised early on and again all centering around this murder of mary chaman that's a pretty extreme statement as well that you had fought a war to prevent someone from committing murder immediately my mind goes to the nazis and horrible experiment.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"Yeah i understand why this will never come out i understand why it will always be kept secret by the cia and we're going to get to that conclusion and i'm really intrigued to see how you feel about this information and it's important to note that the olga edward haslem he's not hey in a huge conspiracy rata he doesn't spend all these days rotting about jfk assassinations this top secret this is his loss work the story and the reason for that it has a very personal connection with his life as well but let me just read you some of the prologue that kind of sets up this story he says on one level this book is called case investigation into the nineteen sixty four murder of dr mary sherman in new orleans he says it's a murder which remains unsolved and is remembered as one of the most mysterious ever committed in a city that has known so much mystery and so many motives but there is more to this story than murder and mystery he says onto standing the death of this one woman unravels much of our nation's secret history it eliminates the dock nece it connects great medical disasters of our time to important political events of the day way it exposes dangerous secret experiments which used radiation to mutate cancer causing monkey vars it connects late his of american medicine to the accused assassin of the president of the united states he says this one murder help us understand why we have been lied to with such conviction for so many years and why those lies alike ly to continue so the personal connection that ed wood has them has the story is again it's all surrounding the murder of this dr mary sherman he actually remembers as young boy sitting on mary shannon's lap she and his father worked together at tulane medical school in new elaine's he said that he's parents had taken a british doctor out to dinner and then to families home from an offer dinner drink and that doctor was mary sherman and when she died in the summer of nineteen ninety four he tells his story where.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"Forgive the dramatic irony but can i borrow some money we should note that the two thousand dollars mary lent to her other friend play right charles blake was two grand in 1950s money today that would be about fifteen thousand dollars talk about a love the arts or maybe as a doctor she just had a soft spot for hardluck cases well max wide had a soft spot for mary to though they were only friendly for a short time police questioned max after mary's murder he revealed he had broken off his friendship with mary i wrote a letter last october may be november she was due to return from another european sojourn and i i wanted her to know that it hurts to have her in my life i didn't wanna see her anymore did you to fight now we only known each other for a year but she was always worked up about her job over theater or literature never spoke of anything else so she was private to practice i realize that well every time she left i'd get sattar and sattar something was bothering her destroying her it was like watching someone get torn up from the inside i was very fond of her so it was difficult for me i felt very depressed are you saying you at feelings for her she didn't reciprocate or couldn't which means what exactly mary sherman lived in very grand fashion no very french quarter life shall we say well it's not supposed to me.

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"mary sherman" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"mary sherman" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"Okay finally here cheese nice place look at the walls i know hardly any smoke damage now look closer is that blood what kind of fire does that i'll think affiars the only thing we're dealing with here look behind the bed is at a body lord look at the scale you can see in sight of her that's ridiculous now oh my god where sir arm at four a m on july 21st 19th 64 a man who identified himself as one val dez called the new orleans police department to report a fire at the patios apartments firefighters and policemen would discover a strange crime scene a burning mattress with a woman's body underneath and blood spattered on the walls it was a violent crime scene but there were no signs of forced entry at the apartment or anything stolen from it the woman's right arm and torso were burned completely away and she had multiple lacerations on her extremities and genitals and a stab wound straight to her heart dr carol carolyn tally would later identify her body the victim mary sherman was not only a fellow doctor but also will world renowned orthopedic surgeon and a respected researcher on the front lines of the fight to cure cancer she was also caroline tallies best friend but if mary's life work was dedicated to solving the mysteries of the any it's tragically ironic that her murder remains a mystery to this very day with a deep web of questions and conspiracy surrounding it so let's take a closer look at the life and death of dr mary sherman.

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