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"mcclain" Discussed on WTOP
"Your team that's DLT dot com slash your team. Good morning, 6 38. Let's take you back to the traffic center now and check out with rob stallworth. In a loop as you leave Tyson's headed toward mcclain, the crash at the left exit for the dulles toll road blocks that whole left side in the off ramp to go westbound on the dulles toll road hope that you don't have to catch a flight anytime soon. Otherwise, no problems right now on 66 between Gainesville and Rosalind, you guys are in good shape. No offense on 95, starting to see more brake lights as you leave. The Prince William Parkway off and on toward the Springfield interchange, you're traveling are open and available there. Time's out of the beltway on the ad loop, still some volume coming past New Hampshire avenue headed toward Georgia avenue with traveling to open, southbound to 70 delays, leaving one O 9, headed toward one 21, but pretty good right now as you continue further south toward the beltway, I 95 southbound after I won 95 report of a crash involving a tractor trailer may be along the right side of the roadway there on the BW Parkway southbound watch for delays passing one 97 headed toward powder mill robe which is traveling to open and Chevrolet was two O two land over road near Kilmer street. That's where we had the reporter Rex and watch out for that. Otherwise, no problems. If you're in the district on the suitland park where you headed inbound toward firth Sterling avenue, southbound D.C. two 95 more brake lights as you pass bening road headed toward east capital street, you're traveling or opening available there. Eastbound freeway delays toward the Thursday tunnel, but all travel lanes are reported to be open. Northbound in Thursday, tunnel looks good as it continued toward New York avenue with nothing reported blocking. Eastern avenue at sergeant road, we have the crash reported there, we may have the right lane blocked if you're headed inbound on eastern avenue. Save out the pump, join giant flexible rewards and earn 500 points to redeem for 50 cents off per gallon, head to giant food dot com slash rewards for details. Rob stallworth WTO traffic. Mike's dinner has the forecast. Look for a hot and muggy weather pattern to continue for the next several days. We'll cool off next Thursday behind a front. Today hot and muggy with the risk of it after the thunderstorm are high upper 80s to lower
"mcclain" Discussed on WTOP
"9 5300. Newcome design dot com. It's 5 38. Traffic and weather on the 8s, we get back to Dave dildine in the WTO traffic. The struggle continues from many many drivers and parts of Bethesda, cabin John and mcclain access to the capitol beltway is restricted again in Montgomery county, all traffic on the inter loop is completely stopped at river road. I two 70 northbound all traffic has been brought to a stop by police north of old Georgetown road near the two 70 spur. I do not want to understate how bad the traffic is in this part of the region on the interstate system right now. It is really, really bad. And you don't want to commit northbound to four 95 or two 70 right now. You're going to regret it. In addition to the police activity, there is a closure of river road between little falls Parkway and brookside drive for the investigation into a cyclist that was struck. Northbound George Washington Parkway backed up to one 23 Georgetown pike backed up on both sides of the beltway one 23 south much lower than usual through mcclain. Northbound Baltimore Washington Parkway after one 98, one broken down on the left. Heavy on the eastern side of the beltway through prince George's county, you can manage the volume delays if you consider what folks are going through right now on the ITER loop in Montgomery county. In western fairfax county on I 66, westbound traffic is heavy through centerville broken down trash truck near 29, stalled in the right center lane. In the district from I two 95 south, there's no access to suitland Parkway suitland Parkway is closed between south capitol street and firth Sterling avenue for emergency utility work. Government agencies depend on vast federal for real-time data insights vast, modernizes data centric operations with a mission ready data platform built for AI, more at VAST federal dot com. I need to reiterate that traffic is really bad right now on the interloop of the beltway and Bethesda and two 70 northbound north of old Georgetown road with heavy police activity ongoing. I'm Dave dillin WTO traffic. Hey, Amelia Draper, we were pretty cloudy today, and it's going to be getting hot over the next few days. Hot and humid Hillary high temperatures tomorrow and Saturday warming to around 90°,
"mcclain" Discussed on WGN Radio
"If you miss this, Don mcclain, thanks for joining us this is what you missed. Finally, the documentary how it intersects with Buddy Holly and that tragic plane crash. People loved the song. You can't make that happen. That's just something that happens. The John Williams show weekdays ten to two on WGN. You can't be connected to the world if you don't have Internet connection if you don't have the devices to do it. And if you don't have the knowledge on how to do it, not everybody does. So Comcast has come up with a program to help better connect people. On a phone line is Delilah Wilson Scott, executive vice president and chief diversity officer at Comcast, good morning. Good morning, great to be here, John. And maybe a great day for Comcast and people in Chicago. You guys have a digital equity program. We're just hearing about today. What is digital equity? It's a term that we use, but I think everybody is really intimately familiar with it. It's one of the biggest issues facing our country today. And it's the fact that when people aren't connected, they're not connected to the resources they need. From basic needs, all the way up to education, healthcare, work being in the workforce, and we believe that people do really need to be connected. We know that every day, more and more of our lives are becoming increasingly digital. And when we look at communities, especially black and brown communities, lower income communities, when you're not connected, you're really cut off from so many opportunities in this country. So digital equity. In other words, there's a group of people in our community who don't have access to the Internet, don't have devices to access the Internet. Is that what you're saying? Absolutely. It starts with connectivity, but it's also about all the resources that you need to be able to leverage being connected at the end of the day. We don't want to stop that connectivity, but it definitely that's the foundation being connected to the Internet, being able to access those resources is really just about starting that journey to opportunity. I suppose those of us who are connected, if you will, take it for granted then. In fact, it's almost hard to believe for some of us that in this day and age, there are people who don't have easy access to the web. Exactly. I mean, we've been focused on this for over a decade here at Comcast. But I think through the pandemic, people had a much greater appreciation for what it meant. And being connected to the Internet is not just about going online to shop or to be on social media. It was about accessing basic needs. It was about getting kids to be able to go to school online. It was being about accessing safe information about healthcare or signing up for a doctor's appointment. All the things that we really do take for granted. I mean, every single day, our life is impacted by some digital access. Well, is there a way to quantify that? I mean, how big is the digital divide? I presume it's sort of predicated on economic viability. If you don't have enough money, if you don't have enough resources, you're probably not connected to the Internet. I mean, we do know that people talk about affordability. But with programs like Chicago connected, which we have here, working with the city and the Chicago public school district, people have access to free Internet as well as devices as well as the federal government's program ACP affordable connectivity program. People have access to $30 a month where big supporters of both programs. So affordability is not really the issue. We also know that in every single zip code, every single neighborhood in Chicago, there's access. But there's still a matter of communities trusting that access and knowing what to do what they have it. So that's why we're working with a lot of partners. We call them digital navigators. We have many here across the city, we're working with the YMCA on an incredible program today that's specific to that. But digital navigators will sit with individuals with families, not only will they help them get connected, but they'll also make sure they know how to access those resources. How do you acquire skill sets that are in demand so you can get that job with a higher income? How can you access healthcare? How can you access other benefits? And I think that's really the key to making sure that people get connected, but they also are really able to access the resources that will make a real difference in their lives. So these digital navigators are locations in Chicago. There are people that work with trusted long-standing community partners. I mentioned the YMCA is one of them, but these are people who people know, right? Their faith based leaders, their community based organizations. They know the families on every single neighborhood that they serve. And they really can explain to someone the value of being connected, how to get connected, how to do that at no cost, how to access a device. I think this is really a starting point for many people. Some people might be okay just going to a website. But having that special person sort of walk you through the process, we found that it really makes a difference. We did a study of fact earlier this year. We know that when there's a digital navigator involved, we had people a third of them were able to find a higher paying job, half of them were able to access better healthcare, 85% of them are using the Internet much more frequently to access resources. I mean, these are the type of statistics we want to see. That's interesting. So connectivity isn't necessarily the issue, but if I don't really know how to intelligently search or if I'm not trusting of the Internet, but I sit down with somebody in the community I trust, what are they sitting next to me at a desktop and they're helping me navigate the web? Exactly. It often starts that way for someone who's coming in with very, very little awareness and access to digital skill sets. So it might be in one of what we call our Comcast list zones. We have about 80 locations in the city where announcing 6 new locations with our partner, the YMCA, and it does start like that. But many people, even if they are connected, they might not know about specific job training programs. They might not know about how to access that program, how they can increase their skill set, how they can access different resources for healthcare. And I think that's what really makes the difference. No one signs up for the Internet just for the sake of being connected. I'm not for what they're being connected to. So Comcast has invested. Did I see $500,000 in these new YMCA locations? Yes. So we're excited that we're announcing a $500,000 grant to the YMCA of metropolitan Chicago. So that will include 6 of these tech hubs and Comcast lift zones across the city across the south and west sides. It will also make sure that these digital navigators are in place to
Pastor Michael Youssef on the Rise of Misled Churches
"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to my friend pastor Michael youssef. He's the author of a new book never give up holding fast to biblical truth in times of danger and despair. Michael, we're talking about a number of categories of people. I mean, look, there are some people that are flat out insane and we're not really talking to those people. But we see people that have gone wrong. They've made a mistake and they've decided in some sense to compromise to make peace with the spirit of the age, as though that were possible, we know that's not possible. So some people are assiduously avoiding politics. Again, as though that you could possibly preach the gospel and avoid politics, it's preposterous and they're misleading millions, but they're also some who are genuinely going woke in major churches around America. It's even more horrifying. I know that our friend Solomon password mcclain Bible church, whatever left in 2017, and that suddenly they have a pasture that's taking them in a different direction. There are people who come to these pews. They have no idea that suddenly things have changed and they're being misled. It's genuinely horrifying. Sure. In this case, actually 40% of the congregation walked out and left. According to their statistics and their numbers, their reports. It's all documented in my book. 40%, some of them are one of the founding members back in the 60s and they wanted to have a Bible believing church and non Solomon preached the gospel without comparable. Compromise for years and even the current pastor who initially had a zeal formation, but all of a sudden his zeal for mission and evangelism almost took him the way of rob bell, who says, oh, hell is stopping people from coming to Christ. So let's say there is no help. Well, what are you going to save people from? And you're going to save them too. And as soon as we just want to talk about the love of Christ, well, for how long for this life alone, Christ left heaven came to earth, died on a cross, so that he may save us from hell and take us to heaven. Of course, you make our life meaningful and so many blessings in this life, but this just the icing on the cake, the very reason why Jesus said he came from heaven to save sinners. And if we ever give up on this, we have given up on the Christian faith
"mcclain" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A $200 million fine after admitting that they arranged jobs contracts and payments to madigan's associates to try to influence him and promote their legislative agenda So at about the same time attorney general batan is pushing this bill and trying to negotiate with ComEd the indictment against madigan The recent indictment alleges that speaker madigan is trying to get the utility to put one ochoa who is a former chief of the metropolitan pyramid exposition authority in an ally madigan's name to the comet board of directors and to get a $5000 a month contract for a former Chicago alderman So he's trying to get this done and in April the speaker is telling a former democratic lawmaker from Quincy commented lobbyist Michael mcclain He's telling him to kill the bill on behalf of the utility This is what the indictment says In exchange for getting somebody on the board and this is the deal they're striking that madigan's buddies are going to get jobs and madigan's going to because mannequin people who are totally familiar with how the legislature worked on her madigan is that the bills only advanced with his blessing There was no way to get a bill through that he didn't want and it was very difficult to kill Bill but he did want So when he decides that he's going to work behind the scenes to kill his own daughter's Bill and people have pointed out that this is almost Shakespearean and it's betrayal of his daughter and illustration of how he worked and how yeah but see here stop right there because that's one of the points of the story made but I don't think I was intrigued by the fact that the tribune was intrigued by the fact that his daughter wanted one thing and he wanted something else Now granted whether he wanted sounds illegal and unethical But suppose they were both on the same moral plane I don't know that he needs to do anything that his daughter wants even if she's attorney general He should do what's best for the state So the fact that he betrayed his daughter doesn't bother me so much as the fact that this just seems so blatantly wrong and illegal I got to take a pause here but come back and talk to me a little bit about this I think that the likes of a Mike madigan or an edberg who are the govich have felt that it was hard to know what you can and can't do in Illinois Look you do this for me I do that for you That's the way the game is played and it's not even a game That's just how business gets done everywhere And the madigan case it seems to be different than that doesn't it The Burke case too but I mean these to me clearly cross the line It's completely unethical It has to be illegal if that's what was happening So what's mad against take on this is my question Is he saying like Blagojevich did hey it's a gray area or is he categorically saying that he didn't do that We'll pick it up here in a minute on WGN.
"mcclain" Discussed on WTOP
"Linda mcclain is a law professor at Boston University She talks with WTO's Dmitri sodas about why Republicans have chosen the plight of transgender people specifically kids as a wedge issue And what they hope to accomplish through their bills I think the Demetrius sort of parallel to this unrelenting attack on critical race theory across the country It's sort of a culture war issue It's the tack on supposed wokeness I mean in this case it's this perception that somehow basics about gender identity are being thrown into question and they're kind of firing on all fronts And anything from bathrooms to sports to the most egregious in my mind is trying to prevent parents from getting gender affirming care for their children which really runs up contrary to some fundamental conservative principles that parents have this liberty right with respect to knowing what's best for their children and here they're actually trying to stop parents from doing what they think is best for their children From experts you've spoken to how harmful is this The medical consensus is that children who are questioning their gender identity and who may be experiencing gender dysphoria need to have affirming care In Texas there's this false narrative that 7 or 8 year olds are being subjected to hysterectomies or something or sterilization which is absurd but at that age you're just talking about letting a child identify as they wish to in terms of how they dress and what toys they like to play with and what name they want to be called and the scientific model is really to have an affirming model that supports children and this Texas directive from Abbott just totally ignores prevailing medical opinion about proper care for children and adolescents Have you heard anything that you consider a valid argument in favor of these kinds of measures perhaps in a specific state or a city somewhere I think the area that probably is one in which there are some people who I would not characterize them as trying to have a wedge issue or approaching this out of a kind of gender ideology perspective I think in the area of athletics there are some people who argue that in the case of people identified at birth as male who then transition and compete as female some people including some female athletes argue and muscle mass and testosterone are going to give kind of an unfair advantage Evidence on that is open to question And I've also seen reports kind of questioning that But I think that's an area that you can't simply say oh there's a bunch of transphobic people trying to keep athletes from competing I've heard some female athletes make this argument He sings some coaches make this argument On the other hand as I said I've also read some reports that say this so called testosterone advantages is really overestimated especially one under the current protocols The athletes have to be kind of treated to suppress testosterone for a certain amount of time before they can be And I think so much stronger cases to mental health and benefits to trans kids being allowed to participate in sports because they're already at such high risk for other problems Linda McLean teaches law at Boston University coming up on WTO P not one but two delays for different reasons at tonight's Nats mets game Frank will tell you all about it Your cure for cabin fever starts at Jack Taylor's Alexandria Toyota It's me the other Jack Taylor from WTO P and I'm so excited about their spring sales event Corolla is only one 99.
"mcclain" Discussed on Breaking Biotech
"The Patreon link in the description below. So I'm glad to be back and I've got a great show for everybody today. I am pleased to welcome Sean mcclain founder and CEO of Sean how you doing today. Great, Matt, how are you doing? Thanks so much for having me on the show today. Yeah, I'm doing well. And yeah, I appreciate you coming on. The synthetic biology space is really getting interesting. And I thought it would be awesome to have somebody who's really in the thick of it to tell us a little bit about the exciting things going on at that abs eye. And I think what might first be interesting is if you could give us some background on the company, I know you're the founders if you give us some background on how the idea of the company kind of came about and maybe the goals that would be great. Yeah, so I'll start off with our mission and vision. Our mission is to change the world one protein at a time. With the vision of becoming the Google index search of protein based drug discovery and biomanufacturing and so what does this actually do? It allows us to get the absolute best strokes to patients at truly unprecedented speeds. We're a mission driven organization that's looking to change the paradigm of drug discovery and biomanufacturing. And if we rewind the clock ten years to wear outside began, it began at the university of Arizona, studying molecular biology and biochemistry and got really obsessed with synthetic biology and how we could be using synthetic biology to change how we do drug discovery and biomanufacturing. And if you looked at the history of BioTech it began with Genentech and Genentech's first product was insulin and the way they made insulin was in E. coli. And then as you know, the industry shifted to monoclonal antibodies and Genentech tried to produce a monoclonal antibody in E. coli and it just wasn't capable of producing it. So they switched to mammalian or Cho cells, but by making that transition from E. coli to mammalian cells, development times dramatically increased as well as the costs. And that's where I was like, if we could figure out a way to engineer E. coli to be more mammalian like that'd be a huge game changer and getting drugs to patients quicker and lowering the overall cost. And so I ended up coming up with this crazy idea graduated a year early from school and moved back in to my parents to get the company started. And bless her heart, my fiance at the time moved in with my parents and all of her paycheck was going into support lab lab supplies and spent 18 months doing the proof of concept showing that we could actually engineer E. coli to produce a monoclonal antibody which had never been done before. And that was really that initial breakthrough. And that's really just the seed of what has blossomed into. And we've hired amazing talent here to really take it to the next level. And where we're at right now is taking the technology that's been developed over the last ten years and one that really exciting parts is being able to generate billions of different data points on protein functionality or drug functionality as well as manufacturability and we're feeding in all of this data into our AI deep learning models and essentially.
"mcclain" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"McClain in a chokehold and injected him with a sedative during an arrest. The claim. Lost consciousness, was hospitalized and was later removed from life support. But now grand jury has indicted three officers and two paramedics in the death of Elijah McClain is the 23 year old black man who's put in a chokehold. It's been nearly 18 months since Greg and Travis McMichael pursued Shot and killed. Ahmad are very as he was taking a jog in a neighborhood in south Georgia. But now the former district attorney of Brunswick, Georgia, facing an indictment in connection to her action surrounding the Ahmad are very investigation. And although the public only recently learned about it, it's been more than two years since Louisiana State police troopers brutalized and killed Ronald Green during a routine traffic stop. But now in video obtained, released and edited by The Associated Press, the brutal in violent arrest and subsequent death of Ronald Green is captured on body camera. If justice delayed is indeed, justice denied Then we must ask is just as possible in any of these cases or the hundreds of others that never make the headlines. If there's one person I know who could help me respond to this question, it's attorney Ben Crump. He's been the attorney for a lot of high profile cases, including Trayvon, Martin, Michael Brown, Brianna Taylor, George Floyd, in the town of Flint, Michigan, and his attorney to Ahmad are very as well. Mr Trump, Welcome back to the takeaway. Thank you so much for having me Melissa is such a honor to be with you. Can you explain to our audience just a little bit about the steps along the long road when someone is unjustly killed, maybe particularly in.
Officers and Medics Indicted in Elijah McClain's 2019 Death
"Back in two thousand nineteen hundred twenty three year old. Elijah mclean died after a violent encounter with police today two years after his death a colorado grand jury has finally indicted three police officers and two paramedics our report tonight from nbc news correspondent gabe gutierrez similar unit. We're fighting tonight. Police officers and paramedics in aurora colorado are facing criminal charges after stopping. Twenty-three-year-old elisha mclean while. He walked home from a convenience store here today because allies is not here and he should police had gotten a call about a suspicious man wearing a mask introverts. They restrained him with corroded hull than paramedics injected him with a powerful senate. Kademi is now a thirty to count indictment two officers former officer and two paramedics each face account of manslaughter. In criminally-negligent homicide four of the five also face assault charges mcleans family described him as a kind introvert who played violin to comfort cats at an animal shelter. They say he often wore masks to keep warm because of a blood condition a loud and resounding statement that nobody is above the law right after his death august. Twenty one thousand nine prosecutors did not charge anyone protesters but the case drew renewed attention last year following the murder of george floyd. Some of mclean's last words. I'm just different became a rallying. Cry calling that response. A hysterical overreaction. Today the aurora police union said our officers did nothing wrong. Sadly mr mcclean do a combination of exertion due to his decision to violently resist arrest and a pre existing heart condition but mclean's father wept as he heard the news disneyland. Bit people will be held accountable with the and i know my saying be smiley. Legal experts. Say that while it's unusual for police officers to face charges in this type of case. It's extremely rare for paramedics to do so.
Officers, medics indicted in 2019 death of Elijah McClain
"Three police officers near Denver into paramedics have been indicted on manslaughter and other charges in the death of a black man Allisha McLean two years ago a nine one one call was received in Aurora Colorado that McLean looks suspicious all I'm going to change Klein told officers he was just different and didn't have a gun McLean was put in a chokehold injected with powerful sedative Attorney General Phil Weiser says macleans memory will live on as a blessing after his death Colorado continues to lead on law enforcement accountability claims mother Shaneen says her son believed humanity matters that are still working are going to lose their job there's a possibility of all this and the Aurora police association says there was no evidence the officers caused McLain's death I'm a Donahue
"mcclain" Discussed on Mind Pump
"Because they have some complaint. So you know it. It does kind of tie together that some of these twenty year olds do have low testosterone and. There's a reason why they you know they have symptoms of it. And there's a reason why they check to sarah what's also interesting about that is in my experience. It appears that stress is a big driver. And it makes sense medically you know arguably You know three hundred years ago with life expectancy on average was like thirty years. Old life was still different in. That average was driven down by you know. Infant mortality early death. That sort of thing. But you know we're herding sheep for live and stress levels are pretty low. You're worried about an occasional wolf and you know that's it does happen. It's you know maybe once a month or something like that. And that's what we're designed for. Acute stress not chronic stress. You wake up in today's world and i'm not whining but even my dad will say you know your dad told you i'm sure same as mine. You know He went up. He went to and from school upheld hill. Both ways ways in the snow. Listen eight dirt and lived in shoebox you know for the first twenty years of his life He'll say yeah. You guys have a tougher than we do and and none of and right but it is a fact of life in and i see it in twenty year olds i mean. Just look at hollywood kind of a funny side note. I guys that are twenty. Years old with ed low testosterone oftentimes. Because they believe what's on that stupid box. The says that you're supposed to be able to pardon me the sound crass but you're supposed to be able to take care of like cazenove five women at one time and who so for five hours and they're like oh my god really would freak anybody out and so. There's some mental stuff going on there that adds stress that can affect your ability to get a direction. It drives testosterone was down so for in my early part of the crew. Say well you know. This is stress driven. You're twenty eight years old. This doesn't make a whole lot of sense. I do see this low testosterone a twenty eight year old. But why don't we think about ways to lower stress. Well that some some people put even more stress on the situation. Because what do you do. If you've already got two point three kids in a mortgage you gonna go to bali and become a beach bum. Dolores stress. That's not an option. Real pro being said in twenty six twenty eight year old You have some other options. Besides trt's so you can bring that two point three kids to a full three By preserving facility in other words you can you can raise your in dodgers production because their testicles are usually still working just fine..
"mcclain" Discussed on Mind Pump
"I've found so if someone's starting nose. Oh my my voice is getting deeper Because of the thickening of the vocal chords then we can put him on something to stop the d. h. t. and You got about a six month window. And by the way this what i tell all patients you can stop and that extra hair growth will go away. And usually i'm stopped mid since he. Yeah yeah he told me that but never mind Other skidmore laser. Well okay. Wait a minute also told you don't have to get the laser either if we put you on a substance it's usually finance dried or do tasks ride The older docs used to use something called spin locked. Which is a Is a diuretic. Potassium sparing diuretic These use it ubiquitously for for females acne because they know that as a side effect of blocks and only works in females by the way dihydrotestosterone formation I don't think any if anybody needs to be dehydrated necessarily unless they have hypertension And we can use as an adjunct but Most athletes yeah. That's that's one of your worst enemies is dehydration so i don't use The the the diuretics anymore but finance stride or stride even works great to block Dihydrotestosterone again people think of it as a male drug but it works the same female and So a female walks in and she complains similar to like maybe what my complaints low energy mood libido all down body composition struggling to change What does an and i know of course courses variance. But what is kind of a normal dose of testosterone. Look like for female to help her rebound from all those things. Roughly one tenth of dose of a male works out to yes. twenty milligrams. yeah. We'll use a testosterone sipping eight twenty milligrams per mouth per week and the amount. Yeah well and that's why we got to have it In a different strength because to be precise difficult. Two hundred meg. Sperm also We have to. We have to give them a different strength and actually we can get it. we can get away with fifty megs personnel and just use point For emmaus is precise enough to be accurate so Yeah that's pretty much a secret there. And by the way we were talking about the different delivery systems For men without a doubt clinically. You're gonna see much better result with the the injectable anything's hysterical with women Because it's a smaller amount of testosterone required. Is what i imagined. Part of the reason is anyway you can get away with the the creams and gels or even orioles. Yeah because again. The argument is that you know less stress on the liver. I don't think there really is. I mean you could argue with methylated test when the.
"mcclain" Discussed on Mind Pump
"Was by the manufacturer suggested at twenty five milligrams which i think is still what they use. And to your point. They had Less result than even being on. Trt certainly an anabolic and The side effects were worse. If you wanna consider the effect on the lipids were so the. Hdl plunged even more. The ldl went up even more. And you don't get the same benefit. Why now i speculate. It's because of old american values of. Hey i don't want anybody told me what to do and people and get a registered libertarian. Don't wanna have to ask dr for prescription. And they get these arms and the way they want to get them and god bless him but again to your point. Why not do what works. Okay i get it. It's it's it's it's what we have to deal with. I make a living at it. You have to go through the gatekeeper and qualify to get this particular substance and all that but Yeah when they're when it's inferior product. I argue this is not the right battle to fight. You know go go go somewhere else now with the new songs. Though that i'm ignorant there's a lot of them rad one forty. They've been around for a while. I got people saying. Wow this is great and i. I just don't have enough experience with them to tell you. Oh yeah it is better than say alexandra. Loan or something. I will say that a lot of those guys. That test out these arms though have never done in anabolic the ones that i talked to an also they are often stacking so will was the radwan forty or was it the radwan forty and the ib moron and the bp one. Five seven or better yet. The famous in beta four. You know what did what. And this is a big problem. The bodybuilding community because we're stacking now unlike we used to in my era where again because we couldn't get it or couldn't afford it we did one thing at a time Let's talk a little bit about..
"mcclain" Discussed on Mind Pump
"The guys at the big joe guys jim. They're doing it right. Don't look like that and don't act like that and and you know as guys talk about. Why would he. He knows he's huge can kick anyone's button the jim. Why would he get aggro over anything you know. He's he's like happy-go-lucky stachel. Makes you feel that way but that that's the answer your question. I hope we're not boulder on following that like i would not not considered contraband for humans anyway. In this february equa poise. Yes what it's used for Just like the injectable windfall for Would you compare that to like death. Is it more like decca. Or what would it is it is. It's got a structure similar to to to dead rubber nandrolone but it can convert more easily. Everyone says nandrolone doesn't converter all. But i think roughly twenty percent of it can convert to an estrogen Boulder known Can convert more readily estrin. But it it it It doesn't come with side effect that everyone dreads with and we haven't talked about that. Sorry i skipped that side effect. Decade robin comes with. Yeah they deck erectile dysfunction because For a lot of men particularly the same ones that would react. Negatively to finance writer detached. Ride pro scar Propecia and do task tried goes avid art They don't produce enough Dihydrotestosterone in have erectile dysfunction which by the way not as prevalent as you would believe based upon all the press but it does happen and so with with nandrolone you get conversion to hydro nandrolone which is very very similar to Well it's very very weak in effect. So it's it. It binds to the receptor that dat go. Oh but occupies a receptor so. Dht can't go do a job. Yeah and so some guys will react to to nandrolone with what they call a deck addict based upon the brand name to it. Yeah i've also seen the this rise in arms. And i wanted to see if you could kind of go over that in terms of what you've seen The reasoning why people use them in an also like maybe like some potential You know negative effects of that sars are not my favorite now. I say that pleading ignorance. Because i can't keep up with all the arms guys are inventing these peptides More frequently than i can study them. And i knew this was coming because when i was still in Gosh doing my my prereqs prior to medical school. I can remember walking down the building And the physics department in at physics department mind. Unc son and they had all these pictures of peptides on the wall. He's different hormones. and what not. Why is this in the physics department. Well because peptides are made like Lincoln logs i think they are are not tinker toys. Whatever you know you the one that you could put together different angles and and and the skies limits to what you can invent with peptides and these These arms That they're coming up with all these peptides typically Are are going into the cell and doing all kinds of things. We haven't thoroughly tested them. So there's a reason right there we go. Hey be careful guys. You know with what you're buying are not only. Have they been having been tested. But who knows how they're being made and what's coming with them you know in terms of Excipient and other toxic constituents than and again i don't mean to to to to waive the what the button.
"mcclain" Discussed on Mind Pump
"It's part and parcel of that shooting for a certain number. That's within the reference centerville. You're no longer normal once you're on. Trt okay again. Who wants to be normal. But those reference levels are for people that are producing their own testosterone. We've known since one thousand nine hundred fifty islam. Certain of this that in order to resolve The complaints that most people come in with to get clinical benefit in other words. You have to hit. And this is back in the fifties they would use the total at least eight hundred nanograms per deciliter. Total t- now. When i say hit it i'm talking about maintaining a level above that so that's the minimum above which you wanna maintain so that's the threshold right so if you're using sipping for example on a weekly basis that's the number you wanna be at on day seven or day one however you want to call it the day. You're going to do your injection but before you do your injection okay. You don't wanna drop below that now. I would argue that in today's world where we use free t. which is roughly On especially on someone Using trt two percent of of totally I think you're shooting for at least in my experience for clinical benefit the patient to be optimized somewhere on twenty eight maybe even thirty two peak around familiar of free tea and again. I'm just using numbers here right. I don't care what the numbers if you come in and you say you feeling great and your free teas at sixteen on day seven. I don't care to adjust it okay. But again if we're using numbers that's that's the number that seems to alleviate most of symptoms of guys are complaining about now get i'm giving you guys numbers And for guys the total t- Is probably going to be at least double high normal. During the course of the week. Okay for females. He gets even more interesting because they're going to be probably at triple high normal that referencing to get to a therapeutic range and it freaks physicians i primary care physicians who are in charge of this and the patients themselves unless we warned them that. Hey this is number. You're gonna senior total but again they're free t. females i'm talking about will be usually within the range which is you know Up to four point to say familiar And again who cares about the number. But i'm just giving you the number. That's that's where they seem to. That's the sweet spot The the therapeutic threshold above which they have to maintain the to feel better. Now i have a question. I'm probably the most ignorant out of the three of us in terms of like anabolic steroids in bodybuilding. And i come from a little bit. More of a sports background was told to just avoid them. Completely right I was wondering just for myself. In further the audience in terms of like what the options are out there. Franco ball steroids. In what each one has in terms of their characteristics versus the other. You mentioned like decca and testosterone. And what are the other ones that are kind of out there and you know what are the pros or cons of all these things great question. So there's a bunch of great steroids out. There anabolic steroids. And before i go any further. So people use that term loosely. Right steroids testosterone estrogen. Dhea progesterone pregnenolone. All steroids isn't cholesterol steroid even a cholesterol..
"mcclain" Discussed on Mind Pump
"Grab that and it. Okay if i saw a You know. I saw a guy the other day with three sixteen. Ldl like okay. Well you know you're at greater risk than someone else. If you have established coronary heart disease so it might leverage me to go into recommending. Say you know. The starting course would be a bilateral crowded doppler ultrasound where they just look at your crowded arteries to see. Have you do have any evidence of coronary disease. In which the ldl would again make a difference But if not you know you move on. There's a ninety five percent correlation again between we'll see here in what's in the heart and this isn't me making this up. If you talk to the top cardiologists. Say the top. Five percent of the cardiologists. they'll agree. This is stephan room over at ucla. Best and less Has been doing this for twenty twenty five years and guys like mark penn. You know formerly of cleveland clinic will agree. Because it's it's It's not a factor distance cholesterol. Unless you have coronary artery disease to begin with so since good What what's your biggest risk for for coronary artery. Disease like most disease age right. So if you're thirty and you haven't. Ldl of two hundred. Am i really gonna start worrying about unless you have. You know i read relative and other risk in your family that had coronary artisans early in life. So you see. There's there's a lot of factors here and again. The problem is for talking about here. Is trying to kind of paint by numbers medicine. We all do we generalize. That's how we we move in the right direction with medicine. But he still have to treat. Everybody individually. you brought up. Inflammation is to. Start your own anti-inflammatory because i've i've known people who when their testosterone is low. They feel lots of aches and pains feel stiff then they get onto your t. And all of a sudden they feel loose and not as much pain. is that do any anti inflammatory effects. I wouldn't say in a direct way. I would say an indirect way because you're healthier and of course okay even just for example stability at a joint..
"mcclain" Discussed on Mind Pump
"In the nineteen eighties or nineties. They test your testosterone. It's in the floor. You're not doing very good. They're super reluctant to even prescribe it. Now we see. Trt facilities are popping up everywhere. What changed in that like what happened to where were you could not get any hormone replacement and now it seems to be much more available. I got a few answers. Because you've got a few questions in there. I hope we can keep track of this and come back with approximate tangent. Here i mean starting with it would the any of these substances were banned as of the seventy six olympics. Okay that's where things definitely changed does on the east german showed up and just crushed everybody. 'cause they okay you know you can blame it on them. But you know how order was given special dispensation for his. I think it was his last olympics because he had been on antibiotics for so long and it was legal to compete on antibiotics again prior seventy-six that You know the assumption was okay. You you use them now. You're dependent upon them so it's my understanding. He got special dispensation for his last olympics. That might be a a fairy tale. I don't know but again the point is it wasn't a problem until that point and then yeah everything changed now why it became public enemy number one and number one but was up there at the top list right. I couldn't tell you. I have no idea why has And i don't mean to. I'm just picking one. And i don't have a special thing in my heart about marijuana but you know we saw movies from i. Guess what the fifties and sixties no reefer madness and. I've never seen the movie. I've just heard about it where you know you. Smoke pods can lead to heroin addiction. And you're gonna jump off a building one day in killers so why you know and we know better well who dreams stuff up with testosterone. Like you say it's probably one of the safest hormones out there. It's definitely you mentioned insulin. Insulin can kill you. No doubt. I've never seen a case. Where it testosterone kill anybody estrogen. Okay can kill you okay. Certain forms of estrogen or are associated with prostate cancer and And all kinds of sensitive cancers and females so yeah why it became such a Y developed such a stigma allies ada. Was he a big part of that. Remember yeah they like You know pointed him is like that was a big problem with You know his health was that he was a big steroid user. I gotta be careful here because of legal reasons but i would argue that That was not the cause of death row. Szeto and and i probably should leave it at that but There are certain stigmas with certain diseases. That i think you know he may or may want it may or may not have a and i'm speculating here. Must make it clear. So none of us getting trouble but Lie was great. I knew him from goals. And he's super loving guy but If you look into some things that are associated with his death it might have been something else that caused them..
"mcclain" Discussed on Mind Pump
"You want wanna pump your body and expand your mind. He's only one place to go up with your hosts sal distefano adam schaeffer unjust andrews. You just found the world's number one fitness health and entertainment podcast. this is mine pump. Today is a special episode. We've waited a long time to partner with and work with a hormone therapy clinic or to saas replacement clinic I'll say hormone therapy because They work with a lot more than just testosterone. So it's been a long time we've been looking around. We've actually flirted with other places. Nobody impressed us until we met the following guest. Dr ran mclean. He's the best in the business when it comes to optimizing hormones in ways that improve the quality of your life adam patient of his and was actually quite blown away. You're gonna love this episode. We ask them everything about hormones testosterone in particular how it affects the body. What it does what it doesn't do. Is it safe not safe. long-term your love this episode. Now you can find them at rejoined regenerative sports medicine but we started working.
"mcclain" Discussed on 1 MORE STRONG-CAST with GODZOLA
"For listening. All right, back for one more thing. This week, my thinking outside the box a little bit. Touch on some different topics with Becky. Obviously, the massages and the cryotherapy we talked about Pilates yoga, all that stuff and it helps you become a better, a better athlete, be better in shape. You can compete better physically. So just take care of your body's, you know, think about what you're doing, you know, it's about the gym first and foremost, but what you do outside of the gym is sometimes just as important about what you do in the gym. So taking care of yourself, learning when back off a little bit, make sure you're getting enough sleep, you know, you're eating right. You're doing your stretches, your warmups, your prehab, your rehab, even up to game day. And with Becky and doctor Todd, you know, if they have anybody on sight, you're in the middle of game day. You know, something you always tweak and shit. Nobody goes to a competition and finishes the day feeling good. We're all we're all banged up. I mean, if you go through and you don't feel like you pulled something or tweaks on something, you probably weren't trying hard enough. So people like Becky, you know, they're there to help you so definitely take, you know, take you, even if it's just talking to them. You know, a lot of times you'll see people working on somebody they'll be talking to somebody else about stuff they can do. So just keep that in mind when you're training with strong man. It's not about hitting the maxes in the gym all the time. Sometimes there's a little more to it and that makes the secret some of the best athletes probably aren't going to want to openly tell you. But they definitely find that I so you can tell guys that are doing that kind of stuff. So. But until next time, once again, thanks for listening. If you listen on iTunes, I always ask you, please go right. Comment, respond, all that good stuff. So until next time, Godzilla out..
"mcclain" Discussed on 1 MORE STRONG-CAST with GODZOLA
"Hysterical guy. Luke used to be work on an oil rigger, and now it does strong man full time. Tom being autistic really struggled with how to handle himself mentally and emotionally until his brother got him into the structure and routine of strongman. And there's no doubt Tom has a level of strength and like anything I've ever seen. But I do know events like this take a lot out of them because my stepdaughter is autistic. And I know what a busy day can do to her. I can only imagine what a busy ten days was doing to him and yet he still continues on when I talked to him at the after party. Actually, let's Rachel, my stepped on FaceTime Tom to congratulate him. Pretty emotional about that. Rather nice, but Tom said, now that I've won, I'm going to shine the light on autism. He's really going to make that a focus of his championship. And it's pretty awesome. If you see the sunflowers tattooed on he and his brother, that's for their mother. Her favorite son flower was a sunflower. Their dad plans over 1200 every year to remember her. So the guys have tattoos tattooed on their arms for their mom. Yeah. You know, I don't obviously I don't know them personally, but you have to be. I did. I met Luke and Tom, but I don't know them personally. But I follow them on social media and they just seem like they seem like the kind of guys that everybody will want to make like their friend, you know, which is great. And then with Tom and the autism community, what a better spokesperson. You couldn't ask for anybody else to advocate for autism. And then somebody on that achieving on that level in that kind of position. And they speak so openly to what dealing with someone who is autistic can be like and how challenging it can be. But they're very open and honest in such a way that really makes it okay to share. And a lot of people are afraid to share those kinds of stories, but the reality is, I mean, it happens. We've had a giant slide once that by the end of it, she's done. And it was Lawrence chalet, who stepped in to help because he has an autistic child. Tried to calm her down. He was so kind and so generous and so sweet. So yeah, the strongman community has got one of the best new spokespersons, I think it's had in a while. Yeah, it seems like for years, because he's always been the strong man that has autism. And that was always like a sad story. It seemed that there was always mention, but Alex and now that he is the strong man. Now and he's actually seen the last few years he's opened up more than a lot more comfortable with it. And I've just seen this week. He's been on how many shows? I mean, obviously over the UK. But he's everywhere, and hopefully he's popular with it. Hopefully that shows over here too, even though they're from over there. More so just in a strong way community, but the autism community and just in general, and they can see what you can do with that. Absolutely..
What About Canada's Blueprint for an Amazing Health Data System
"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Justin ling is a freelance writer based in montreal who reports four among other places vice the globe and mail. And for this piece mcclain's justice adrian. Why don't you start with What's going to make every canadian listening to jellison. And tell us how israel got so many vaccines and why right so going back news at the start of the vaccine conversation really last summer or thereabouts. When a bunch of countries we're going around to various vaccine manufacturers and trying to figure out You know how much they're going to pay per dose when those doses are going to arrive which company they're going to go with so on and so forth. Israel did something very very clever and it's something that israel has sort of been delivering up towards for a long time. They went to pfizer for the most part. But also madonna and some others and said listen. We're gonna pay you a really good price for these vaccines and we want them fast and we want them in large quantities. And here's our proposition to you. We'll collect all the data you need. All the data on efficacy on adverse reactions on you know how long This immunity might last four on how quick it might come about Whether one shot is better than two shots whether there's some people who shouldn't get it whether there's some people who should get one dose and not the other israel basically said we can collect that data and we can give it to you and that for a drug company especially in the midst of all of this is extraordinarily valuable. Wild really be concerned at all about the safety of these vaccines. It is accurate to say that this entire process was truncated to allege degree. We went through the clinical trials of these vaccines much faster than we would normal circumstance. So israel's offer here was this sort of meant and sort of finish up and provide a really long look About the data of these vaccines and sort of a real life. Clinical trial
‘Elijah McClain should still be here today’; Aurora Fire Rescue, Aurora police respond to independent review
"Are reacting to the independent review of the death of 23 year old Elijah McLean at the hands of police in 2019. Outside. Investigators say Aurora police did not have a legal basis to stop. Alija McClain did not have the legal authority to frisk him or use a choke hold on him and that paramedics did not properly evaluate him before giving him a powerful sedative. Today. Police chief Vanessa Wilson reacted to the report. The bottom line is Elijah MacLean should still be here today, a state grand jury and the U. S. Justice Department are investigating the case as well. Laura
Police, EMTs criticized in death of Elijah McClain
"In colorado and independent investigation into the police killing of twenty three year. Old elijah mclean has found aurora. Police officers did not have the legal basis to stop mclean or apprehend assaults him. The report published monday says mcclain's encounter with the police was violent and relentless struggle and that the limited video and audio available from the incident quote. Reveal mr mclean surrounded by officers all larger than he crying out in pain apologizing explaining himself and pleading with the officers unquote mclean was stopped by three police officers on aug twenty fourth two thousand nineteen as he was walking home from picking up a nice tea for his brother at the local convenience store. He was tackled by. Police placed a chokehold and was then injected with ketamine by paramedics. He died on august thirtieth after days on life support.
Colorado grand jury will investigate death of Elijah McClain
"To move forward in the transition. And Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser says he's decided to open a grand jury investigation into the death of 23 year old Elijah McLean. The move gives the attorney general the ability to compel testimony and require production of documents and other relevant information. The claim died from cardiac arrest. After being stopped by Aurora police in August 2019. He was on his way home from a convenience store. He was reportedly restrained with a choke hold and paramedics sedated him with a large dose
How Does Captain America's Shield Work?
"The official marvel comics database says that Captain America's shield is a metal disc that's approximately two point five feet in diameter and weighs twelve pounds. But Rhett Lane at wired magazine did some math and figured out that it would be more likely to weigh forty three point nine pounds despite the shield being made of a unique alloy combining vibrant. NEOM, which is. A fictional metal steel in an unknown third component. Elaine also figured out that the density of the shield would be somewhere between eight, thousand, seven, hundred, sixty, seven, and four, thousand, three, hundred, eighty, three kilograms per meter cubed. That is somewhere between the density of iron and titanium. Now in the Captain America Comics Story goes that Dr. Myron McLean was attempting to replicate Hercules Golden Mace fusing. Vibrant NEOM with an experimental iron alloy some say it was a steel alloy but even McLean didn't know what it was because he fell asleep when an unknown catalyst was introduced to the process he was never able to duplicate the process. So the government painted the disk and gave it to Captain America. But how would you forge such a thing? Especially since metallurgy is so complicated just The forging temperature alone depends on the materials carbon content. It's alloy composition maximum plasticity in the amount of reduction required. Was it heated by induction or by continuous fuel fired furnaces with material this unique you'd have to carefully control the heating process. Now, Ford ability is how easy or difficult material resists de formation and since Captain America's shield is indestructible, it would have to be a very Narrow forging temperature range meaning it could only be forged for a short time after heating with metallurgical factors like crystal structure chemical composition in grain-size at play the only way McLean could have diminished their influence would-be by adding alloying wants possibly compounds that easily dissolved with the metal. There are all types of elements that could have been introduced, but it's likely the captain America's shield was forged. Like a super alloy, this is how metallurgist refer to iron base nickel base in cobalt based alloys. Specifically, the ones that offer very high strength at high temperatures. These really high strength metals and iron based grades are the least difficult wants to work with. So that would narrow down Mcclain's experimental alloy to iron super-alloys are really difficult to forge because of their narrow temperature range you can't. Even use regular sizing presses in hammers on them because they will deform. They even wear down the tools designed for forging them pretty easily. They're also extremely expensive like ten times. The price of carbon steel sounds a lot like captain America's shield right. But how do we explain the shields ability to absorb kinetic energy supposedly from the vibe rhenium in the alloy usually materials absorb kinetic energy. Through other mechanisms like plastic or elastic deformation or dynamic fluid flow but cap shield doesn't seem to be an elastic metric material and it's not organic like polyurethane in the movies it actually seems to reflect vibration rather than absorb it like when thor hits with Mueller in that first avengers movie and the shockwave flattens a whole forest. Perhaps that was because the shield reached its absorption limit. Another thing that's tough to explain his how aerodynamic the shield is. If it really weighed forty three point, nine pounds, it would be difficult to throw even for a guy in peak physical condition like Steve Rogers the comics Tony Stark actually puts electromagnet under the shield to help control it in mid flight but captain America later ditched them because they upset the shields natural balance it seems like the soldier and the shield are made for each other.
Kentucky Native George Clooney Says He's "Ashamed" of Breonna Taylor
"Of course running so high across the country today after no officers were charged directly related to the killing of Brianna Taylor took testers hit the streets after the news broke the grand jury indicted a former police officer on three counts of wanton endangerment for firing into neighboring apartments and the other officers were charged and Louisville, Kentucky where Brianna was shot the protests took a violent turn to police officers were shot and suffered non-life-threatening injuries. A lot to unpack here. How do you feel about all of this? Both of you? The saddest part about all of it is that I am not shocked that this happened. I'm in shock that I'm not shocked and whenever you look at the footage from the night before or two days or four and they're boarding up downtown and they're putting road blockades before the verdict even came in something that was honestly supposed to be stay hush-hush between jurors and a judge. You just know what to expect. You know, my people understand what to expect and that's the saddest part. Yeah, and what's really sad to me is that, you know people on the internet and Instagram often go to this thing where they say. Oh, well, you know, this person was a bad person. We shouldn't be making this person a hero this twenty-six-year-old woman was a front line worker who was doing the most legal thing that an American Canyon. She was sleeping and getting ready for work and people barged into her home and shot her and there's Justice for the wall of her neighbor before there's Justice for her. So you're telling black Americans and black children that your life is less valuable than a plywood wall. Yeah, that's what the issue is. And I know we have to go to break and we're going to be back cuz I know we have a lot more to talk about so you guys join us. We're going to keep this conversation going. Welcome back to daily pop as we mentioned before the break. No officers were charged directly related to the killing of Brianna Taylor protesters hit the streets across the country celebrities like George Clooney Oprah Winfrey and Alicia Keys are all speaking out Kentucky's attorney general warned people not to be influenced by celebrities and social media influencers off. So he says don't understand the case and their Community but George Clooney who's a Kentucky native wrote an open letter saying he is quote ashamed of this decision off, you know, you and I all three of us have had such open conversations about this. What are you guys think when you see something like this after six months of trying to get jobs or somebody? Yeah. It's obviously not served. The whole thing is outrageous. It's outrageous. It's insane and the contrary to how you felt. I'm still shocked and maybe that's my whiteness wage. That I'm still shocked that this didn't Justice wasn't served here. I really thought it was going to be and I saw that it was not gonna happen and you know, and I've been following the case. It's just shocking to me that It ever happened. Honestly, I have to say that there's no justice served. I I kind of have to second what what Justin said, I'm not shocked at all and to put it pretty blatantly and off early. If this was me there would have been Justice served if I was if I was shot sleeping in my bed. All three officers would be their licenses would have been revoked. They would have never been able to be police officers. Again. They have City wage had to pay my family a tremendous amount of money. Like we are not treated equally and yesterday, I mean, I just didn't I we spoke a lot about this before we started the show this morning and we kind of got into a little bit of sort of the racial Justice is yesterday with stassi and everything and I said this to you before the fact that stassi Schroeder has had more of a negative impact to her life off. Okay and has lost every stream of income because she made some ignorant horrific comments and I'm sure she's ashamed of and the police officers who killed and shot somebody while she wage Sleep in her own residence that she pays rent for okay walk free with not a single problem in site can still continue to make money can still connect to pursue the job but they've trained for it is effing bananas. But this is way this world works. This is why people are calling for police reform and I'm going to let you guys found something the person who brushes my hair in the morning for two seconds every day had to go through 1600 out 1600 hours of training before he could touch a follicle on my head, right and police officers go through less. Yeah the end of the day I want to urge everybody. I know November 3rd is coming up and yeah, you guys should get to the polls. But also when your local channels, and your District elections come up and your state elections come up, I want you to Google the people who are running for those offices and I want you to look at what they said or didn't say wage. About what happened to Brianna Taylor McClain are George Lloyd Wright? Those people stay quiet throughout those whole things your answer is deafening. Yeah and did not want those people presiding over and making decisions about your life. That's a question that you have to ask yourself because that woman was twenty-six years old that could have been your daughter and that could have been your thoughts
Elijah McClain's parents sue Colorado police over his death
"The family of Elijah MacLean has filed a federal civil rights suit against the city of Aurora, Colorado, You'll remember he was the unarmed 23 year old who died in police custody last summer. Colorado Public Radio's Alison Sherry reports on the latest developments in the case. The incident that led to Elijah McLane's death started with a call to 901 reporting a quote, sketchy looking individual. Police stopped McLane, who is African American. As he was walking home from a convenience store. McClain's family lawyer, Mari Newman, a rural police officers stopped, Elijah grabbed him tackled him to the ground and over the course of the next 18 minutes inflicted multiple types of excessive force against him. McCain wasn't suspected of any crime. In the altercation that followed. Officers put him into karate holds and kept him pinned to the ground. Paramedics who arrived on the scene, then injected him with ketamine, a sedative. His family's lawyers allege the dose was too much for his £143 body size. He went into cardiac arrest in the ambulance, and MacLean was taken off life support several days later. Maclaine's death got renewed attention this spring in the wake of the George Floyd death in Minnesota and became a rallying cry both in Colorado and elsewhere in the country for police
Washington, DC - July 15 Deadline Nears for Fairfax County Families to Decide on Fall Enrollment
"Now to the virus pandemic and what schools might look like in the fall here in our area, Fairfax County parents have until Wednesday to decide whether they want to enroll their students in 100% distance learning over the school year or whether to include some days of in classroom instruction. But some parents just don't like the choice is Joanne Seers of McClain says the school's could use empty commercial space in order to get kids back and socially distance classrooms this fall. The bottom line is we could do this. If we get our heads together and get creative about it. Some parents recalled the problems with distance learning in the spring. Cris Ericson, a Vienna, parent of two Children at Flint Hill Elementary charges that Fairfax County's virtual learning program lacks credibility, even their proposal where you do two days a week in school. The other three days. Basically, you stay home and you're ignored. Parents want kids back in classrooms, full time point of public health statements that start with the goal of having kids physically present in
Three Colorado police officers fired over photo reenacting chokehold
"Interim Police chief Vanessa Wilson took quick action. They're no longer able to wear this badge represents this agency. Three officers are out after it was revealed. They took part in a photo reenactment of the chokehold that killed Elijah McClane. In the photo. The officers in uniform are smiling McClain's family and their supporters reacted. We're gonna come every blow every which way we can until we get justice, Fourth officer One of those who took part in the original chokehold is also out. He received a text of the picture and replied Haha, Steve
3 Aurora Police Officers Fired Over Elijah McClain Photo
"Aurora, Colorado police officers for mocking last year's death of a black man in police custody. 23 year old Elijah McClain was killed last summer after police used a choke hold on him. He'd been walking home from a convenience store. Three officers later posed for pictures near a memorial from acclaim, smiling, imitating a choke hold. Now. Interim Aurora Police chief Vanessa Wilson says two of the three officers are being fired. The third resigned. Another officer who laughed when he got the picture and was one of McClane's arresting officers has been fired as well. Claims. Mother's attorney Martin Newman says this is like the Jim Crow South, where White's the promises thought that it was amusing to take pictures of themselves next to the bodies of lynch human beings. She says she anticipates filing a civil rights lawsuit boxes.
Officers investigated over photos at Elijah McClain memorial
"Water. They're accused of taking disrespectful pictures at the memorial for Elijah McLean, the black man who died in police custody last August. In a statement Monday, Aurora's interim police chief said the department has investigated a report that multiple police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Maclaine died. Sources tell CBS News those officers were imitating the chokehold. McLane was placed in just days before his death and that the photos were shared with other Aurora police officers. The police Department says it will release evidence of its investigation into the inappropriate photos, including pictures, and the officers identities very soon. Laura Podesta, CBS news judge says the former Atlanta police officer
Colorado Police Officers Under Investigation Over Photos At Elijah McClain Memorial
"Officers in a world of Colorado or in hot water, accused of taking disrespectful pictures of the memorial for Elijah McClane? He's the black matter, died in police custody. Last year. In a statement Monday, Aurora's interim police chief said the department has investigated a report that multiple police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Maclaine died. Sources tell CBS News those officers were imitating the chokehold. McLane was placed in just days before his death and that the photos were shared with other Aurora police officers. The police Department says it will release evidence of its investigation into the inappropriate photos, including pictures, and the officers identities very soon. Laura Podesta, CBS news
Colorado governor reopens inquiry into death of Elijah McClain
"Colorado's governor has appointed a special prosecutor to investigate the death of a larger McLean a twenty three year old black man was put in a neck cold by police in suburban Denver
Elijah McClain's mother says officers "murdered" my son
"Longer protesters and demonstrators and activists continue fighting for black lives. The more stories of police killings of black people seem to be coming to light and pressure is now mounting for a new investigation. Into the death of Elijah McCain. It happened after an encounter with three officers last August in Aurora, Colorado. Go to the family. The 23 year old was out buying ice tea when somebody called 911 claiming that MacLean was wearing a ski mask and quote acting weird. His family says, Yeah, he was wearing a mask, but it was to deal with social anxiety. Within 15 minutes, He was put in a chokehold and then injected with a powerful sedative. CBS's David Begnaud has the story. Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop. I have the right stuff because you're being suspicious. Rely on I'm going whole relax, or I'm going to have to change this situation. The district attorney investigating the case says that Elijah McClane dismissed the officers requests for him to stop. The 23 year olds family says he was just walking home. He was listening to music. When Aurora, Colorado police approached him last August, the D A. Says McLane was carrying a plastic bag when police tried to pat him down and he refused. He's then heard pleading with the police as they tackle him and use a choke hold on him. Paramedics later arrived at the scene. A medic gave McClane ketamine to sedate him. McLane was taken to the hospital. Three days later, he was pronounced brain dead. 10 months after McLane's death, more than two million people have signed a petition calling on Colorado officials to fire the three officers involved. So far, the Aurora Police Department has declined. CBS News is request for comment. Dave Young is the one who decided not to charge the officers were the actions of the officers justified legally. Yes, Mr Young. Do you believe there was a moment in this where the officers could have de escalated a situation? Absolutely. 100%. They could've done a 1,000,000 things different didn't need to die on and the fact that he died does not warrant the basis for criminal charges in the body camera video cops or heard saying that MacLean tried to take one of their guns. He went for his gun. Mari Newman represents McClain's family. Don't you think if you really had grab someone's gun, we would see fingerprints ended the lifted from the gun. Did you find any evidence that corroborates the officer who said he reached for the gun? I had no evidence to cut. Predict that Shin in McLean is Elijah's mother. They? They're bullies with badges. He wanted to help people. He was a massage therapist. He not only heal others that he killed himself. He was able to accept love give love various forms. According to the district attorney's report, the medical examiner was unable to determine a cause of death. It is important to note that walking around with a ski mask is not illegal, and when you go back to the 9 11 call, the caller didn't say that Elijah did anything illegal. He said. Hey, there's a guy wearing a mask. He kind of is waving his hand. Seems a little strange. You might want to check it out. He says He might be a good guy might be a bad guy. When the police responded instead of observing. Instead of watching hanging back for a bit, the police moved in immediately to stop him. And everything went self from there.
Coronavirus death toll in Spain overtakes China
"Com Spain's coronavirus death toll jumped by seven hundred thirty eight overnight to exceed that of China where the disease originated as the country struggle to cope with an accelerating health crisis correspondent Scott McClain says of Spain is reaching their peak and rates of deaths and new cases today one of the top health officials in Spain predicted that the death toll would continue to climb in the number of deaths would continue to increase over the coming days though but in terms of the number of cases he said look if we haven't reached the peak already we are getting