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Officials investigating if human remains found in Snohomish, northeast of Seattle, are that of missing Monroe woman

News, Traffic and Weather

00:22 sec | Last week

Officials investigating if human remains found in Snohomish, northeast of Seattle, are that of missing Monroe woman

"From the crowd. So she's found human remains in a secluded, wooded area in Snohomish this morning, they believe it may be missing Monroe woman Keno Harris, who hasn't been seen since March. She was last seen withdrawing money from her bank account and getting on a bus. Previous searches have not turned up anything. But the area where the remains were found, had not been searched before. The medical examiner's office is working to make a

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Fresh update on "medical examiner" discussed on Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck

00:30 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "medical examiner" discussed on Glenn Beck

"State of Oregon could spend $65 Million to turn unused motel rooms into homes. 11 90 K exes. Michael Desmond REPORTS Legislatures Emergency board is being asked to fund projects. One key buying and retrofitting hotel and motel rooms for housing, $30 million for wildfire victim Housing and affected counties and $35 million for the rest of the state. This was a proposal put brought forward by very well meaning people. State Senator Betsey Johnson is concerned about how project turn key will work. The deployment of this program is so vague. How do you turn what is basically an overnight bedroom accommodation into a living unit? California spent $600 million on this Other program, A human skull found in the woods near Mount Hood more than 30 years ago, is resurrecting a mysterious cold case dating back to the late 19 seventies. Now, 11 90 K exes, Gail Cunningham says investigators need help to complete the investigation. In 1986 4 service workers stumbled on the partial skull, which couldn't tell medical examiner's much They determined that the whole belonged to a female in her twenties or a small male in his twenties. Clackamas County Detective Mary None says the case sat for more than 30 years until state forensic anthropologist Dr Nick Vance took it over and recently advanced has advanced DNA testing and genealogical research revealed the skull belonged to 19 year Old Wanda. Her. We were flabbergasted that Detective Dunn says they still know nothing more. Absolutely nothing. She didn't even have a driver's wife. If you knew or met Wanda in the 19 seventies..

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Chicago - East Garfield Park shooting: Man killed on Kedzie

Outside the Loop Radio with Mike Stephen

00:27 sec | Last week

Chicago - East Garfield Park shooting: Man killed on Kedzie

"Man was fatally shot while driving this morning on the West side. The 27 year old was driving north at 2:56 A.m. in the first block of North Kedzie and East Garfield Park when a tan minivan pulled up alongside him and someone inside fired shots. Chicago police said the man was shot in the lower backside and taken to Stroger Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The Cook County Medical Examiner's office has not released details about that. Fatality. No one's in custody Area. Three detectives are investigating.

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Fresh update on "medical examiner" discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

00:45 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "medical examiner" discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

"Ritenauer said Macaulay was cutting down a tree when he suddenly became angry and charged rittenour with the chainsaw Ridnour grabbed the shotgun leaning against the Cabbage store and shot McCauley Ridnour claimed the first shotgun blast hit mccolley's front side, but the medical examiner stated there was no choice. Gun wound on the front of Macaulay. The prosecution maintained Macaulay was simply cutting down a tree with a chainsaw when ridenhour grabbed the shotgun and shot. Once the shotgun was empty ridenhour picked up the AR-15 and moved to the higher ground of the Camry walkway where he continued to shoot McCulley. Dr. Kim Gallagher of the Alaska medical examiner's office testified Macaulay was hit with for shotgun slugs and then shot seven times the 223 caliber rounds from the AR-15 holes riddled his body Gallagher said a shotgun slug pierced. One of my colleagues lungs boss asked how long a person could survive after such an injury Gallagher estimated one would only live a minute to 90 seconds after receiving a lung wound similar to the one McCulloch suffered according to written our statement Macaulay kept getting up after being shot and even managed to move quite a distance toward the cabin where Ridnour feared he would grab a gun Ridnour statement match the physical evidence since the Troopers found the Collies body 71 yards from the chainsaw. He supposedly held when he charged ridenhour. Defense attorney Jura asked dr. Gallagher. If a person shot in the lung could run or pick up a gun Gallagher admitted this was possible. Crime scene investigator William Gifford testified. He believed ridenhour manipulated the crime scene to make it appear as if he shot Macaulay in self-defense off his most obvious manipulation was the piece of tin roofing. He placed over mccolley's body Gifford stated. He thought ridenhour covered the body. So the mail plane pilot should see it when he circled The Cannery before landing Gifford also thought it was suspicious that ridenhour moved the shotgun shell casings after the murder the 12 gauge shotgun written our used to shoot Macaulay ejects, the shells to the right and if written hours tale of self-defense was true Troopers could have used the position of the objected casings home to confirm his story Gifford reminded jurors, the ridenhour made several statements about the shotgun shells in one statement. He said he kicked the shells into the brush-off. And in another he said he picked up the shells and threw them into the brush. The prosecution originally suggested Macaulay was cutting down a tree when ridenhour opened fire on him. But Gifford pointed out that the chainsaw Cuts bound on the track looked as if they were made by someone unfamiliar with felling trees according to the position of the cuts. The tree would have fallen the wrong direction toward the bow things instead of away from them earlier testimony painted Macaulay as an expert with a chainsaw who had a great deal of experience cutting down trees else would he make such a novice error or did ridenhour make the cuts in the tree to back up his claim of self-defense and make it appear as if Macaulay was using a chainsaw to cut the tree and then try to.

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Rescue crews recover bodies of three victims from building collapse in west Houston

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rescue crews recover bodies of three victims from building collapse in west Houston

"All three construction workers killed on the partial building collapse in west Houston have now been recovered and taken to the medical examiner's office since the chief Michael Mears, his marathon oil, which is the construction, the building had been more than generous to both the workers, families and first responders on the scene since Monday, all three family members who are being hosted by the company across the street I've been very good to the family to a rescuer, so I'd like to thank them as well. But yes, When I understand. All three families have been spoken to Chief mayor says OSHA will remain on the site to determine exactly what caused the collapse.

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Fresh update on "medical examiner" discussed on Buck Sexton

Buck Sexton

01:20 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "medical examiner" discussed on Buck Sexton

"Plexi glass partition between the candidates is going to stay up tonight. With 12 days to the election, at least 47 million early votes have been cast. That was the total number of early ballots in 2016 to government officials tell ABC News that Russia and Iran both successfully penetrated local election systems containing voter registration data. Stock shook off a wobbly start to close higher the Dow up by more than 150 points. You're listening to ABC News. This's a paid advertisement for our top local story. Opioid related deaths are jumping in Oregon. They increased 70% in April in May, The Oregon Health Authority says illicit use of fentanyl on methamphetamine is driving. The increase was also an 8% rise in overdose deaths in the first quarter of 2020 compared to last year, and between April and May, overdose deaths increased. 28%. It's the same time the pandemic began. But researchers say they need more data to determine why advanced genetic testing and genealogical research have helped Clackamas County homicide detectives solve the case that went cold for more than 30 years. Sheriff's Detective Mary None says it started in 1986 when a partial skull was found in the woods near Mount Hood. This is by far the most involved the oldest, the most amazing case that I have worked state for instant anthropologist Dr Nikki Vance says medical examiner's only determined it belonged to a young person in their late teens to early twenties. Then technology caught up and this year advanced testing revealed. The skull was that of 19 year old Wanda. Her who died around 1976. We were finally able to get her her name back. Detectives are still working to learn more about Wanda's disappearance of death. If you knew our Met Wanda, they'd like to hear from you. A wrong way Driver.

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Medical examiner says death of teen shot by police in metro-Atlanta's Cobb County, is a homicide

Clark Howard

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Medical examiner says death of teen shot by police in metro-Atlanta's Cobb County, is a homicide

"County County teenager teenager who who was was a a passenger passenger in in a a stolen stolen car car is is officially officially ruled ruled a homicide. The Cobb County Medical examiner's ruling of homicide confirms July's death of 17 year Old Vincent. True, it was due to another person's actions, but it's not a legal ruling his mom beneath you cooked Lewis lobbies, cop police to release dash and body Cam video from the shot. He's gay. Not what but twice is family lawyer Joel Griggs disputes Thie brandished, a gun allegation director told me told his family and told all concern No. He did not point a gun at Veronica Waters. 95.5 WSB In the third quarter, the

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Georgia medical examiner says death of Cobb County teen shot by police is a homicide

Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Georgia medical examiner says death of Cobb County teen shot by police is a homicide

"Of a Cobb County teen shot and killed by police has been ruled a homicide by the Cobb County Medical examiner's office. The Con county medical examiner finds 17 year old Vincent True, It was shot twice in the back with a fatal shot. Entering his lower back. Compal Eastman contended he opened fire when true, it ran away from a stolen car and brandished a gun. While family attorney Gerald Griggs disputes that he urges called police to help reveal the truth when you see Ah, that video, the dash camera and the body cameras so we can fully understand what happened. The G B I is investigating

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The Rey Rivera Case

True Crime Garage

03:00 min | 3 weeks ago

The Rey Rivera Case

"Where we left off yesterday captain, they had just found missing ray Rivera's body inside the Belvedere tell which is now primarily being used for condominiums. And he has crashed through the roof. We still do not know for what reason and his lifeless body is found inside the building. Array had multiple injuries including lacerations, fractured ribs, punctured lungs, of course, suggesting that he had fallen from a height into this room. Some of raise injuries are stated to be consistent with a fall while others are stated not to be and in particular, they cite his tibias being fractured. The medical examiner will go on record saying that this does not seem to be consistent with a fall that would be your shins. Correct. also found we have raised flops that were found on the roof near the whole that he crashed through. One broken and one with fresh drag marks raise glasses are found and they appear to be in good shape. His cellphone is found the phone has scratches on it, but it is not broken. It's in working order raise money clip. which was engraved wedding gift from Alison. That she and his brother say he always carried with him. They do not find this on raise person or on the rooftop. Other than that it seems pretty consistent the what allison and others believe he would have left with him that day taken with him when he left the House that day. Everything was found on him with him or on the rooftop and I'm assuming they never found the money clip backout his house or any. Then right this was not found on him never been located at all I think it'd be something that would be completely washed away from the story. Had it been recovered? Okay. So the problem with a lot of this is the whole itself. And where Ray is found. According to unsolved mysteries, there were three possible places from which ray could have jumped. Or maybe been pushed her from to end up going. Creating that whole and then crashing down into that unoccupied room and for people who haven't seen episode I am going to post all these pictures. There's a bunch of pictures of the actual hotel or Condo complex whatever you. WanNa call it. An bunch of different angles and a a rooftop view and even some measurements that people have taken a post, all of those tour instagram that's at true crime garage follow us on

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Mother Charged After 5-Year-Old Is Stabbed To Death In East Garfield Park Chicago

Chris Plante

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Mother Charged After 5-Year-Old Is Stabbed To Death In East Garfield Park Chicago

"Minutes 49 people shot seven fatally over the weekend in Chicago. That number does not include two stabbing deaths. 27 year old woman facing first degree murder charges for allegedly stabbing her five year old daughter to death have it in the East Garfield Park neighborhood Saturday morning and this morning. The mother is due in court. So police arriving this couple of times before his family's address the medical examiner's office identifying the girl as serenity. Barrington police Identifying the girl's mother is 27 year old Simone Austin, also a body pulled from the water. Ah, one earner twenties with stab wounds. She was pulled from the North branch. Of the Chicago River on

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New Report Says COVID Pandemic Is ‘The Largest Mass Fatality Incident In Modern New York City History’

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | Last month

New Report Says COVID Pandemic Is ‘The Largest Mass Fatality Incident In Modern New York City History’

"Over. 19 is the largest mass casualty incident in New York City. Number of deaths reported to the New York City office of the chief medical examiner more than doubled in 2020 as the Corona virus pandemic gripped the nation's largest city. Tragically, a new report from the mayor's office said Corona virus represents the largest mass fatality incident in modern New York City history. They have been about 24,000 Corona virus deaths in the city. The number of cremation requests jumped as well, most between March and June, when the number approached the total of cremation request for all of 2019.

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Brain found on Wisconsin beach

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | Last month

Brain found on Wisconsin beach

"Determined that a brain Found a beach along Lake Michigan earlier this week is not a human brain. A man found the suspected brain wrapped in foil with mysterious markings. On Tuesday morning, this was in AA. In a beach in Racine, Wisconsin. It was wrapped in foil with a pink rubber band. The man says that first he thought it was a chicken breast, but then realized it was a brain. Since that discovery, a medical examiner determines that brain was not that of a human But it's still unknown. What animal it came from.

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Officials call COVID-19 the ‘largest mass fatality incident' since 9/11

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:41 sec | Last month

Officials call COVID-19 the ‘largest mass fatality incident' since 9/11

"19 has surpassed the September 11th terror attacks as New York City's largest mass casualty incident, a disease Aaron Carter ski has more. The number of deaths reported to the New York City office of the chief medical examiner. More than doubled in 2020 as the Corona virus pandemic gripped the nation's largest city. Tragically, a new report from the mayor's office said Corona virus represents the large Mass fatality incident in modern New York City history There have been about 24,000 Corona virus deaths in the city. The number of cremation requests jumped as well, most between March and June, when the number approach the total of cremation request for all of 2019. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK Clorox wipes remain in

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Woman killed in Boston elevator accident identified as Carrie O’Connor

WBZ Midday News

00:49 sec | Last month

Woman killed in Boston elevator accident identified as Carrie O’Connor

"Of an an elevator elevator involved involved in in that that deadly deadly crash crash accident accident in in Allston Allston might might result result in in some some answers answers about about how how a a young young woman woman was was crushed crushed to to death death inside. inside. Carrie Carrie O'Connor O'Connor was was a a lecturer lecturer at at Boston Boston University and yesterday she was just moving into our new apartment when the accident happened. Neighbor Llegan scores, Oni says another resident had just helped O'Connor load a large box into the elevator, and they heard screams like he thinks happened was she either trying to put the box on Four went on with box and the box was calling up to hit something and that started moving and she either panicked and went to jump off or panicked and didn't stay on. O'Connor had a PhD in French studies. She was due to lecture at BU this semester. Medical examiner ruling her cause of death as traumatic asphyxiation. 1 36

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Number of homicides in Chicago's Cook County pass 2019 total

WBBM Evening News

00:43 sec | Last month

Number of homicides in Chicago's Cook County pass 2019 total

"The Cook County Medical examiner's office says the city and the county have dispatched the number of homicides recorded in all of last year. The total number of homicides so far this year as of 3, p.m. 680, the vast majority of those in the city of Chicago. The total for all of last year 675. The Cook County Medical examiner's office says the county and city are on a pace to exceed 900 homicides this year. That happened most recently in 2016. So far this year. 79% of Homicide victims were black 16% latte next Roughly nine out of 10 victims were male. Average age. Not quite

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Autopsy report: Naya Rivera called for help as she drowned

AP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | Last month

Autopsy report: Naya Rivera called for help as she drowned

"And Autopsy report released Friday, says glee actor Naya Rivera raised her arm and called for help, and she accidentally drowned while boating with her four year old son on a California lake back back in in July. July. Ventura Ventura County County Medical Medical Examiner Examiner says says once once Rivera Rivera had had helped helped her her son son back back onto onto the the boat, boat, the the boy boy notice notice she she put put her her arm arm up up in in the the air air and and yelled yelled help. help. Rivera Rivera then disappeared into the water in Lake Piru. Authorities had previously said she drowned accidentally but not mentioned her yell for help. The autopsy revealed a 33 year old had previous problems with vertigo, a Sinus infection and small amounts of prescribed therapeutic drugs. In her system. The anti anxiety drug die as Japan and the appetite suppressant dentro me, but the M E did not identify drugs or physical conditions as a factor in her death. Rivera did know how to swim but was not wearing a life

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Autopsy report: Naya Rivera called for help as she drowned

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Autopsy report: Naya Rivera called for help as she drowned

"An autopsy report released Friday says glee actor Naya Rivera raised her arm and called for help and she accidentally drowned while boating with her four year old son on a California like back in July the Ventura county medical examiner says once Rivera had helped her son back onto the boat the boy I notice she put her arm up in the air and yelled help Rivera then disappeared into the water in like by route authorities had previously said she had drowned accidentally but not mentioned her yell for help the autopsy revealed the thirty three year old had previous problems with vertigo a sinus infection and small amounts of prescribed therapeutic drugs in her system the anti anxiety drug diazepam and the appetite suppressant phentermine but the Emmy did not identify drugs or physical conditions as a factor in her death Rivera didn't know how to swim but was not wearing a life jacket I'm Julie Walker

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Chicago violence: 1-year-old boy killed, mother injured after shots fired into vehicle, police say

Ben Ferguson

02:22 min | Last month

Chicago violence: 1-year-old boy killed, mother injured after shots fired into vehicle, police say

"We'll see what happened in Chicago over the weekend. See. Did the cops kill anybody? No. Three kids murdered, though Including a one year old boy in a 10 year old girl. In separate shootings. Guess who killed them? Four Children were among the 65 people shot across Chicago this weekend. 18 of them died. Three Children killed. A weekend gun violence brought Chicago over 300 homicides. So far this year and counting. Last year, the city didn't break 300. Until early August. According to the Sun Times data. A 10 year old girl's fatally shot Saturday when a stray bullet hit her inside a Logan Square home on the northwest side. She was inside the apartment about 9 40. PM When the bullet came through the window and struck her in the head. She was taken to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead hours later. Popo said. The shots may have come from a group of males who began firing it. Another group in the block. Earlier that afternoon, A one year old little boy was killed and his mother wounded in Englewood on the Southside. A woman and her child were driving home from a laundromat. Just after 2 p.m. when a gunman pulled up alongside them in another vehicle and opened fire. The child was struck once in the chest while his mother 22 was grazed on the head. She drove them to ST Bernard Hospital where the child died. Mother was later taken. The University of Chicago Medical Center for treatment in her condition was stabilized. The medical examiner's office identified the little boy a sincere, eh, Gaston. Lived in South Chicago. Earlier that morning, a teenage boy was shot to death in Humboldt Park on the West side and toe. One Douglas 17 was in a large crowd at 11:25 A.m. when he got into an altercation. Someone from the group pulled out a gun. And fired shots.

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Chicago Police Questioning Person Of Interest In Fatal Stabbing At Wicker Park Walgreens

WBBM Late Morning News

00:29 sec | Last month

Chicago Police Questioning Person Of Interest In Fatal Stabbing At Wicker Park Walgreens

"Chicago police now questioning a person of interest following a fatal stabbing in Wicker Park, Chicago, Police say they're questioning a person of interest after a woman was stabbed to death at a Walgreen's on the 1300 block of North Milwaukee Avenue. The 32 year old was working in the store when a man approached her and stabbed her multiple Times before fleeing the scene. The Cook County Medical Examiner's office identified the woman as Olga Maria Calderon of Humboldt Park. As of right now, officials say, it isn't clear whether the assailant knew or specifically targeted called her own.

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New York Attorney General To Empanel Grand Jury In Daniel Prude Death Investigation

The Sunday Show

00:40 sec | Last month

New York Attorney General To Empanel Grand Jury In Daniel Prude Death Investigation

"Days of protests in Rochester over the death of Daniel prude, New York Attorney General Leticia James is taking action, Gothamist reporter Sydney Pereira says the announcement comes after video footage of proves prudes. Death in police custody became public. The attorney general has been investigating this particular case. For several months now, But just on Saturday afternoon, she announced that She would impanel a grand jury as a part of the investigation into the matter. The case has been ruled a homicide by the medical examiner. The video shows the police putting a hood over the head of the 43 year old black man to prevent him from spitting on them. Impressing his face into the pavement and kneeling on his back.

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Daniel Prude's Death Ruled A Homicide. He Was Restrained By Police

The Savage Nation with Michael Savage

00:41 sec | Last month

Daniel Prude's Death Ruled A Homicide. He Was Restrained By Police

"Since the arrest and death of 41 year old Daniel Prude. According to his family, Daniel proved was suffering a mental health episode on March 23rd. When they called police to help prove who was unarmed but agitated and naked in the street. His family members got ahold of the police body Cam video late last month and release it to the public this week, sparking outrage and calls for justice. Body cams, capturing the moment showing police trying to calm them down, then placed him in handcuffs, put a spit hood over his head, kneel on him and reportedly push his face into the ground until he stopped moving. Who died seven days later, though he had traces of PCP in his system. The medical examiner ruled his death a homicide in New York. Laura

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"medical examiner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 3 months ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Old by a deputy medical examiner, Dr Jonathan Lucas said he chose to defy a security hold placed on the autopsy and release it in the interest of the public deputy say. On June 18th they saw 18 year old Andres where father with a gun in front of an auto body shop in Gardena, and when confronted by deputies, Guardo ran off after a brief chase. The autopsy shows Gardiner was shot in the back five times, with the rounds entering in an upward trajectory. Has been a lot of pressure to release the autopsy work. All those family released its own private autopsy this week, also showing five shots of the back. Critics of the investigation are demanding more transparency, including testimony from the two deputies involved. Steve Gregory Ko Phi Nu L. A county Sheriff Villanueva says the premature release of the Gottardo at autopsy has jeopardised the investigation and tainted potential witness testimony. Sheriff says medical examiner Dr Jonathan Lucas broke protocol when he ignored the security hold. Now, the sheriff says, future security holds will have to be put in place through the court order through a court order. Excuse me. News is sponsored by Mike Diamond. The smell good plumber Search teams trying to find the body of actress Naya Rivera, in like pyro have been using sonar and cadaver dogs. Ventura County Sheriff's Sergeant Kevin Donohue says they've been focused on the east and north side of the lake based on where the boat was found. On Wednesday afternoon at 4 p.m. In the north side of Lake, an area called the Narrows Believe, because of the wind patterns and the current that it may have drifted from the east side of the lake here, he says sonar is needed because visibility underwater is just one or two feet, he says. Cadaver dogs on boats are sniffing the water. The dog can detect bubbles. From Gas is given off by a body. Rivera just disappeared Wednesday while boating with her four year old son. He was found alone on the boat, and one man is making the most of his time in quarantine and got Jenga. Judging like a block from the bottom and you put it on top. You take a black tie star Valiant E broke the Guinness world record for stacking the most Jenga blocks into a tower on top of just one.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Spoiler alert it completely lacks and there's there's actually a pretty good piece in this on on on the air in rather in the rolling stone which talks about how the age of aquarius turned into the age of mercury in retrograde and it's it's the story. It was the first good piece of stone in a while eventually these guys of the u. Recreated show spent way more money than they had. They'd spent thirty two million onto alone. Wait whoever was doing that. Iraq could never possibly pay off if this is what they said about it. This was the co organizer one problem after another trying to right the ship with every turn. That's not so unusual. That's not beyond what i've experienced but it just didn't work out. I really point to the mistake in the partnership that it was really the cause of this not happening the way we envisioned. This is the story not just of woodstock fifty. It's the story of woodstock sixty nine. It's actually the story of an entire hippie. Generation is really i mean this is what people don't know about the original woodstock what they do know is peace love and music what they don't know is it was not at all profitable. The organizers were millions in debt. They only recouped it because of this money of the film and the soundtrack that cast woodstock is something that it was not. They ran out of food at woodstock. When they ran ran out of food they raise the price of hamburgers from twenty-five cents to one dollar headed the hippies respond. They burned down the food tents because they said that woodstock was giving in to capitalist list exploitation. Fortunately local farmers gave them all granola. That's why the hippies granola a couple of people died woodstock one died from a drug overdose and other one died when when he was run over in the mud by a tractor that was just there to remove the copious sewage and they didn't see the hippie sleeping in the sewage and the crush with sanitation asian was nonexistent. The drinking water was contaminated. The hippies were living in their own. Filth estimates vary on how many people there were for every porta-john. One says there were three were there were eight hundred people for each porta potty. One says there were ten thousand people for each boorda potty. It didn't matter that was immaterial. People were just in in their own filth. The nurses reported a number of cases of burned out. I bowl some real burning on there. There is why because the hippies were dropping acid steriods assam they were staring at the sun they fell down stared at the sun ravi shankar the indian musician the sitter player described the original woodstock as a terrifying experience ends and he likened the muddy people to water buffaloes india environmentally it was devastating. It took two weeks to even begin to clean up the mess and they didn't really clean it up. Which is why the native american indians had tears falling cheap. Also the people that we we remember woodstock is the all the most important bands from the sixties season seventies jimi hendrix joan by as always people the people we remember the ones who made it into the film the people we don't remember the ones who didn't make it into the film the keith hartley ban. You're a huge fan of the will. I have all their record. All there is that's a totally forgotten though the lure of woodstock was just this nostalgic tajik creation of professional entertainers and what what came of it in the end you know once the once the sixties past and you got into the seventies you had a venereal disease as heaps of trash and drugs and drugs drugs you the the always talk about the mass incarceration a lot of it coming out of the crash boom. Who was it who told people that drugs are we on tune in and drop out tune in dropout. I mean there were actually a lot of people at woodstock. Obviously many people choosing to take drugs but they also were lacing all the kool-aid with rugs..

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"medical examiner" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"How do you spell helix well. There's an ian helix but there's no e. in cleveland. It's k. l. a. v. a. n. You have to know that to get one hundred twenty five bucks off so let's stick with the time right after the shootings in el paso and dayton dayton the dayton shooting doesn't exist in the new york times. They haven't written a single thing about it because the dayton shooting was committed by leftist whereas the paso shooting was committed by kind of a rightist who was kind of an eco terrorist so without this kind of e an eco fascist so without this <hes> environmental craziness on the lefty probably wouldn't have been as crazy as he was but let's grant the new york times times the is i've said repeatedly white supremacy or whatever you wanna call it. <hes> is a disgusting philosophy so i'll condemn it but that's all the new york times talks about only the el paso aso's shootings this article after article after article however after you'll pass on the dayton shooting donald trump came out and condemned racism. He condemned the racism on both sides so let's play cut number six. This is trump. After those shootings the shooter in el paso posted a manifesto online consumed by racist hate in one voice our nation must condemn racism bigotry and white supremacy the premacy these sinister ideologies must be defeated. Hate has no place in america hatred warps the mind ravages the heart and devours the soul so the new york times re runs a headline trump urges unity versus racism and the readers of the new york times.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Cities medical examiner is holding off issuing her findings pending some additional information still a published report says she is convinced a financier and accuse sex trafficker did hang himself more from correspondent bowling the New York Times reported Sunday Epstein had been taken off suicide watch and was supposed to have been checked by guards every thirty minutes but that procedure was not being followed the night before he was found sources at the jail tell CBS news they often rely on certain inmates to assist guards and monitoring other inmates due to a lack of manpower which is something that comes up in other media reports now the Associated Press reporting under staffing at the jail with some reluctant guards forced to work overtime they don't really want to work a big Tennessee now hot is over can be kidnapper an accused rapist and murderer critiques watching busted in the back of a cop car and no longer a fugitive after five days on the run police say he disappeared after starting work detailed mowing the prison lawn he vanished on a tractor and was reported missing for an hour in that time in an affidavit filed the next day says he sexually assaulted and strangled to death prison administrator Debra Johnson Johnson was a thirty eight year veteran of the Tennessee department of corrections she leaves behind two sons and a daughter CBS news correspondent Jonathan vaguely RD in Las Vegas twenty three year old Connor clinal is charged with weapons crimes what investigators and prosecutors say he was plotting to attack a Vegas synagogue or a gay bar clinal is now off the streets and in federal custody charged with possession of illegal firearms in destructive devices fed say the twenty three year old had bomb making materials in his home and was communicating with a white supremacist extremist organization for us one and Carter Evans democratic presidential politics now after a rash of deadly recent mass shootings that has been taking place in Iowa site of the nation's first popularity contest also there are political correspondent at oaky for should have a a a national licensing program in this country I'm prepared.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Play involved has a crime been committed. Should we be worried. Those are the questions that Corners Medical Examiners and forensic pathologists wrangle with every day they are the ones who have to find answers for the living we spoke with Gary Watts the corner in Richland County South Carolina. He said head morally. I think we can be judged as civilization on how we treat those that are dead. We talk about it all the time. I don't care for dealing with somebody that was found under a bridge or was found in a five million dollar house. We're going to train them with respect and dignity. We're going take care of their families. In carrying out their duties though many of America's death investigators mostly medical examiner's in corners whose work is supported by taxpayers are hampered by a lack of manpower chronic underfunding and a general public coolness. Coolness toward their work whether people want to face it or not though these jobs are critically important death investigators not only uncover possible foul play but they can spot infectious diseases and are among the first twenty Fi- epidemics and other public health concerns concerns so what's the difference between a medical examiner a corner. What's people use those titles interchangeably but they're not saying here's the explanation from two thousand three workshop held by the U._S.? Institute of Medicine now called the National Academy of Medicine Quote. The major differences between corners and medical examiners are embedded in the manner of their selection by electoral process versus appointment and they're professional status corners are elected lay people who often do not have professional training whereas medical examiners are appointed and have board certification in a medical specialty what's explained. I think a lot of people have the misconception from a death investigative standpoint that it has to be one or the other my opinion has always been that it needs to be professionally trained and investigators regardless of what type of system you work whether it's a corner system or a medical examiner system watts forty year career as a corner includes time as a police officer end emergency medical technician like some jurisdictions winds throughout the U._s. but not all the Richland County Coroner's office uses medical examiner's again. They're normally physicians to actually conduct autopsies. Deputy Coroner's do the field work including investigating the death scene tracking down medical records and interviewing doing witnesses. What said we rely on the medical examiner the forensic pathologist to give us the medical reason the person dies they determine the cause of death from a medical standpoint coroner's determined the manner of death through an investigative process? Take for example. A gunshot victim is a homicide a suicide an accident. Can it be determined. What said you cannot necessarily make that determination? Just from the autopsy process you have to have skilled investigators in the field the death investigators to help with that process to make sure that you come up not only with the proper cause of death but also the proper manner of death according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states have a myriad of different systems to conduct investigations some states use the centralized medical examiner system some are county or district-based and some mixing corners in varying ways states have differing definitions of what a corridor or medical examiner is to medical examiner in West Virginia for example. It doesn't have to be a physician in Georgia. Someone can be both the mayor in the corner if they live in town of fewer than five thousand people in Nebraska. The county attorney does the job of the coroner and in Texas justices of the peace handle corner duties states. It's also have different requirements on what triggers autopsy or death investigation all of it makes for confusing and sometimes slipshod way the death is handled throughout the nation from one district to another the authorities handling these issues may have vastly differing competency see and resources what's common it seems is this funding is a problem almost everywhere and largely because of that it's extremely difficult to find qualified medical examiner's or forensic pathologists who can make good money the outside of government work and it's becoming harder to pay qualified people who know their way around the field twenty twelve report by the scientific working group on Medico Legal Death Investigation cited a number of reasons for the shortage a forensic pathologists some estimate. Made that fewer than five hundred are practicing the U._S.. Among the reasons a lack of educational centers the teach the profession lacks funding support that education high dropout rate's tight budgets among states and counties and the resultant low salaries the deter young people well who may want to enter the field that shortage may be causing some disturbing problems twenty eleven investigation by N._p._R.. P._B._S. and propublica found jurisdictions that were cutting back on autopsies when the cause of death seemed obvious Craig Harvey a death investigator with the Los Angeles County Coroner's office now retired told N._p._R.. At that time there's no way that we can look at every case. We should probably be looking at when you only see one in every three cases. The possibility that homicides going to be missed list are pretty great for what's who has been involved with more than thirty two thousand investigations in his career. The systemic problems always come back to money if states don't cough up enough to pay the right kind of experts the problems will persist. He said the death investigation offices are usually the last ones to get funding. It's something that people either don't want to think about try not to think about or won't think about until it affects them personally and then everyone wants to know all the answers and exactly what happens today's episode was written by John Donovan and produced by Tyler.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Very thorough thayn investigation involving photograph videos witness testimony medical history social and mental history and especially with drug overdoses they will perform a pill count of all the drugs that are found on scene in the corner male with this additional services such as an autopsy which in kentucky where the medical examiner system comes then the medical examiner's it there to assist the coroner when they need additional help so when i was an autopsy tech i would assist the medical examiners and performing that autopsy um and we also do things like toxicology testing fingerprints if needed genetic testing and many other types of tough depending on what the case requires so with drug overdoses the toxicology result of that passing is really important and will assist with the terming the drugs that were in fact involved and also the specific drugs that contributed to the call the death a lot of these deaths don't get investigate by the local police agencies or the hospital or sometimes the defeat in front have any medical history on file to the work at the corner and the medical examiner's do on thing and through the autopsy are really important in this drug epidemic and what about and i actually i think about the really important to know that the coroner also must determine the next of kin so that they may release uh the defeated to their loved ones that the corner are not just responsible for the postmortem examination they're all the responsible for notifying the family of their loved ones dot so they are seeing firsthand the destruction in the pain that has caused by addiction so i think we can really learn a lot about the state of the epidemic from our doc investigator so you sit that there's a toxicology report that stun or a tux clergy panel are their standard drugs that are always looked for our our.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"There are still uh some of the fatalities six fatalities on seems medical examiner cut through that and also a lot of large trucks and heavy equipment have arrived with the many hours of work ahead to start to remove these cars as the ntsb does their investigation uh had how long did they test these tracks there have been a testing we have confirmed that they actually did a uh sort of a dignitaries ride on friday um the washington state department of transportation uh said that you know that the they have uh they've been doing the testing uh was the first day of publicuse but it was after weeks of inspection and testing it so is is there any uh real substance to the reports that there was an object on the track that might have derailed the train to sometimes reports know throw out various theories early on and then move who is you know those those detail seemed to disappear is is there's there's something real to this idea you know we can't get any confirmation on it with the with the speculation is there is that this is an area where um there is public access to those tracks is there is in many cases with the train tracks uh somebody could drive up to it or they could be near um so there has been speculation that there was an object on the tracks we don't know that we didn't hear that in any of the audio from the conductor when he called dispatch immediately afterward uh declaring emergency emergency emergency and said we were coming around the corner of take the bridge and we went on the ground so we're going to dig through that as as it goes on the ntsb has arrived on scene uh and they're starting their investigation um but this is this is gonna be one with so many factors involved speed is another one that everyone's asking about um the limit was supposed to be seventy nine miles per hour through there and an independent service the tracks amtrak train has this one going a little over eighty one with me not seem like much but when you've got a train moving at that speed with that amount of weight going around.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on RobinLynne

"A year ago he's the first permanent medical examiner the state had an almost thirteen years the previous to have quit in protest and if you go all the way back to 1979 the state commission of investigation issued a report scathing reports complaining of mismanagement complaining of a lot of the things that we wrote about in our report that was published today you mentioned the previous to quit in protest why did they quit uh both of them found a and that's for press wala and victor weedn both of them found conditions impossible to work under they felt as though they weren't given the resources they needed to run in efficient system and uh that it was kind of a toothless job i mean the state medical examiner has very little power ultimately over the county offices that uh operate in the state as well as the regional offices that are not under state jurisdiction another troubling situation you report on is the relationship between law enforcement and the medical examiner's when investigating criminal cases what did you find out about that i mean for from the get go the fact that the state medical examiner is under the tourney general office uh is is pointed out is a clear conflict of interest by many but what was sort of troubling that we found was we looked at uh police involves shootings in particular what she would figure or some of the most serious cases a medical examiner will investigate and in foul and in uh more than half the time of those fifty cases that we review from 2013 in 2015 medical examiner wasn't even going to the scene of the shooting unsteady relying on law enforcement reports and in other cases members of the department's being investigated we're actually attending the autopsies as well so uh you know it's it creates certainly at the very least a perception of a conflict of interests there what does it lead to his work isn't being done properly this can really devastate people's lives on if you can imagine a love wonder of years died and uh the took six months to get you back a cause of death i mean your your your family is really stuck at the point of when that loved one died and it it makes the grieving process difficult to to push through.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"A year ago he's the first permanent medical examiner the state had an almost thirteen years the previous to have quit in protest and if you go all the way back to 1979 the state commission of investigation issued a report scathing reports complaining of mismanagement complaining of a lot of the things that we wrote about in our report that was published today you mentioned the previous to quit in protest why did they quit uh both of them found a and that's for press wala and victor weedn both of them found conditions impossible to work under they felt as though they weren't given the resources they needed to run in efficient system and uh that it was kind of a toothless job i mean the state medical examiner has very little power ultimately over the county offices that uh operate in the state as well as the regional offices that are not under state jurisdiction another troubling situation you report on is the relationship between law enforcement and the medical examiner's when investigating criminal cases what did you find out about that i mean for from the get go the fact that the state medical examiner is under the tourney general office uh is is pointed out is a clear conflict of interest by many but what was sort of troubling that we found was we looked at uh police involves shootings in particular what she would figure or some of the most serious cases a medical examiner will investigate and in foul and in uh more than half the time of those fifty cases that we review from 2013 in 2015 medical examiner wasn't even going to the scene of the shooting unsteady relying on law enforcement reports and in other cases members of the department's being investigated we're actually attending the autopsies as well so uh you know it's it creates certainly at the very least a perception of a conflict of interests there what does it lead to his work isn't being done properly this can really devastate people's lives on if you can imagine a love wonder of years died and uh the took six months to get you back a cause of death i mean your your your family is really stuck at the point of when that loved one died and it it makes the grieving process difficult to to push through.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The appeals back the layers of complexity and mismanagement in new jersey's medical examiner system the system performers the vital work of conducting autopsies and determining cause of death in the state and its widely considered one of the most dysfunctional systems in the country with us to discuss his reporting is at steven sterling steven welcome at crowd now just to get a sense of what we're dealing with here you write about a backlog of bodies clogging storage rooms in morgues the by the dozens and you say the number of employees to deal with the backlog is dwindling how did we get here how did this system become so broken well i mean you really have to go back nearly forty years to find that out you know dandruff out on who is the current state medical examiner who came into the air could confirm to the job about a year ago he's the first permanent medical examiner the state has had enormous thirteen years the previous to have quit in protest and if you go all the way back to 1979 the state commission of investigation issued a report a scathing report complaining of mismanagement complaining of a lot of the things that we wrote about in our report that was published today you mentioned the previous to quit in protest why did they quit uh both of them found a and that's for press wala and victor weedn both of them found conditions impossible to work under they felt as though they weren't given the resources they needed to run in efficient system and uh that it was kind of a toothless job i mean the state medical examiner has very little power ultimately over the county offices that uh operate in the state as well as the regional offices that are not under state jurisdiction another troubling situation you report on is the relationship between law enforcement and the medical examiner's when investigating criminal cases a what did you find out about that i mean for from the get go the fact that the state medical examiner is under the attorney general office uh is is pointed out at a clear up conflict of interest by many but what was sort of travelling that we found was we looked at uh police involved shootings in particular what you would figure or some of the most serious cases a medical examiner will investigate and inform and uh more than half the.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on KELO

"In once the medical examiner has determined the cause of death president trump says he has no concerns about the cooperation deal struck between the special counsel investigating russian election meddling and his former national security advisor michael flynn behind the scenes though there is a lot of concern because his donald rumsfeld said you don't know what you don't know and michael flynn was involved heavily involved in the campaign the transition in that first month of the administration so there are all sorts of things he can talk about in the special council has very broad powers to investigate anything that comes up in the course of his works are opens a lot of possible doors that they could be looking at logs gear attending the special counsel's office confirms fbi investigator peter stroszeck was removed from the investigation for what the new york times reports were anti trump text messages between stroh's iq and his mistress president trump weeding on saturday rhetorically asking why michael flynn was charged with lying to the fbi and hillary clinton has been president saturday talking tax cuts attending fundraising events of new york city ghetto when we first went into this deal i said it's tax reform because the years not since ronald reagan has anything even come close to have in past reform bill moves next to a conference committee to work out differences between the house and senate versions fox news fair and balanced are you a news junkie if you are a curious person who has a passion for what's happening in our community and a gift for communicating information to others we've got a great opportunity for you kelo radio is seeking a.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"Well the medical examiner who performed the autopsy on brand and billings stated that buildings had sustained two bullet wounds on the left side of his head in one on the right side as well as a shock to the neck three that doesn't make any sense three of these shots were from an indeterminate range she estimated that one that the one on the right side of brandon's head was fired from a distance of about six to twelve inches so we have we have four bullet wounds we have three that they cannot determine the distance from which the the bullets were fired may in one that appears to have been shot at close range six to twelve inches the back of his left why and which one was the six to twelve inches that was the one on the bright side of his roads head so he's in the driver's seat six to twelve inches you there have a pretty long arm because this is a ford ranger joe it's is not a huge truck so you could actually in with your arm and shoot somebody and b six to twelve inches away un reach in through the passenger side window right so that my question would be is at window was opener shot and determined on how much his his face was turned his head was turned the shot could have come from the driver's side window or remember he was found partially outside of the the vehicle door right dan him being partially outside of the vehicle door may explain why there was no bullet damage to the truck that's the problem i have your i can't i look at this crime scene and i go through the autopsy and we got plenty more to get to here i can't determine if he was in or outside of the truck at the time that the shots took place yeah because he could have been shot by now.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The roadway there now you can exit in thirty nine south bound at ford road had each east on broad route and then take mercury driver greenfield southbound to get back onto michigan avenue and head eastbound is always going to keep an eye on this area and let you know when this is all cleared away reporting live here in the twenty four hour traffic center tracy mccaskill w w j newsradio nine fifty and also long i 94 police are investigating a body found in the grass just off the free way newsradio nine fifty sandra mcneill now joining us live and local with that story sandra rao this body was spotted up the embankment along 94 eastbound near libourne away around nine this morning i was there jennifer marino says the dictum is a white man and he had something wrapped around his neck she says they will wait for the not medical examiner's determination but it appears this victim was strangled cases being investigated as a homicide there and that freeway here within the area south she says they'll will no doubt be checking them for clues as to just what happened reporting might senior mcneil w w j newsradio nine fifty in order to protect victims of domestic violence and stalking a bill will be introduced in the state senate next month here's more from wwe jays beth fisher the bill would create a program to conceal the addresses of victims of domestic violence sexual assault stocking our human trafficking according to one of the sponsors state senator rick jones the former sheriff of eaten county weekly many many victims the air attack repeatedly the perpetrator crack the rural state jones says they hope the bill becomes law early next year.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"And now the the questions about how the murderer himself died and a connection inside the law enforcement community sent me some evidence photos that are not yet in public circulation i am not going to share them although i suspect that if they've made it to me um they probably will circulate publicly sooner rather than later but one of those photographs is of steven patrick dead from a selfinflicted gunshot wound to the head i'm not a medical examiner it's a single photograph arm having worked briefly in the funeral industry i have a little bit of familiarity with what a gunshot wound to the head really looks like uh there there's some pretty specific features and i'm i'm not going to describe among not gonna i'm not going to get gory on your guys this isn't rotten dot com radio based on the photograph that i saw that massmurderer died by his own hand with a gunshot wound to the head is it possible that i saw faked photograph yeah i have to acknowledge that here in the year of our lord 2017 uh somebody could have photoshop something together i don't see any evidence that this photo was faked i don't see any evidence that this was any kind of a staged thing um i have enough experience looking at crime scene photographs and having seen having seen dead bodies i'm very confident that that's what happened at this point why did he kill himself if he had plans to escape maybe he realized the inevitability of his capture it seems to me that it is extremely consistent with the very flawed logic of a psychopath who would be fundamentally incapable of embracing the idea personal consequences personal fell your personal death that he had cobbled together some sort of plan for after the initial shooting and that when his bubble was burst by the realization that it was simply not physically possible for him to escape hit his last act was two robbers of further understanding.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Irish fellow infuriated igf equipped word in terms of what is happening to lift a villenueve have that i really felt i had the kalkoa defers yours um my my burn are what i would just say if a little odd vatian dr o'meara low it will really invented discovered the concept of a concussion is what what that guy in terms of crippling people brain um car from bouts of raging out people's inability to function family violence are people having nervous breakdowns and a lot of people um and and people dying from it uh dr all marlow here medical examiner's office whereas within viewing uh all of the pittsburgh steelers and the stadium uh and what i'm saying about that is when dark romaldo static two ruffled the feathers of the nfl because what happened wives as a medical examiner dr arnaldo uh with when he when he are good famine a fan of the first of what he felt with a gladiator you know he felt that the people the men in the nfl were uh eliminated from occurring um be and so all on may i don't want to rush you but so when they found when he found brain damage extensive brain damage from all these can't cautions correct me if i'm wrong but was it not the steelers organization that tried to cover it up well not only the was an anonymous cover were up but he got death threat i in the middle of the night uh they tried to get rid of it's bought dr wickert haul if a nationally known medical examiner if you remember unquote television dr wickert you to be one of one of the um national consultant who caught tv uh in terms of uh of you know e explaining what was happening mary ann so i don't mean to cut you off but my understanding is that they're basically mobbed up arthur rooney's a central they have connections to the mob or is that not true well i don't know if that is true or not but what dr wicked fed when dr almaleh with getting all the crap conduct will milo had to actually move his family to california incredible that the federal government wanted can make dr a mile haute surgeon general and he turned them down all he wanted.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Especially those of us who served down at nine eleven when the when when when when when the when the towers was put now uh there are a lot of things that was done there's a lot that was done by the new york city department of corrections in correctional offices on september eleven th of two thousand one that most people don't know we'll have any idea um most people don't know that for an entire nine months new york city correction offices the pa man of corrections was the one who builds built the makeshif morc down at bellevue and for nine months we man that place uh as the trucks was loaded with with everything that was found after the after the house went down and those trucks was brought to bellevue hospital to the medical examiner it was in new york city department of corrections there for nine months helping to to dig out the bodies and and and and helping to helping the medical examiner as and as as i don't even like talking about this and i get a little bit uh emotional when i talk about it because i too was one of the new york city correction office working down at the morgue and um correction offices even when the communication device or system for the in why pd and the fire department went out to new york city department of corrections still still have communications and how communication system with you uh most.

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"medical examiner" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"medical examiner" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Coroner's bears mahogony jack rodman medical examiner another one that was i wouldn't i gotta worry very negative got him on the coroner park with the president what is the narrative go go all the false narratives oh he doesn't like the leaks coming out on russia would push back so hyunchul for you at an oca that i didn't throw a 100percent studies rogers said he doesn't like the leaks those are part of the leaks he doesn't like the handled incorporated and other pay scandal that we're going to manufacture the size of russia investigation there's nothing fake about the emails that collusion your out actions of that is bs dares total reasonably figured but the rest of the mushroom this decision considering that cnn was pushing this whole thing from last year last summer when they got together in said trump just ask of foreign body to to tiptap are right over over get about the hacking although the focal going to get into the hacking wait i'm talking about the cohesion of the campaign with the russians and the russian government that specific things that i'm talking about what you and i both know they can't find any evidence above and where are you wanna talk about the fact that the russians could parkway hacked into the film and gone thought possible really nailed it from like that we can prepare later okay i'll leave started with a are aside out there on five fragment it we're we're frederick the tapper jake tapper over the weekend isn't it i should say tapper me the all like weren't could play like cosmic for no i he proceeds to trash chaper so so we got to hear this brush and really act that thing they could possibly be clever enough not to leave any footprint for the president of skeptical now while we talk last night general we've got mad at me for relying on our tv pomeroy he said that while after reading all the.

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