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"michael moran" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre
"As part of his reporting pilcher. Track down michael moran to get his side of the story moran vehemently denied all the allegations about being involved in any prostitution or sex trafficking rings up. Talk to michael moran three times at length and we. I talked to him i said. Are you a sex trafficker. People have said your sex trafficking it says here in this affidavit your sex trafficker what do you say to that. She tried to play the dumb country lawyer. The following is an audio recording from that interview. With michael moran. I don't even know. What a kimmy. The definition of a sex trafficker. So then we get all these women lined up. We come back home and say okay. We've got these women now saying that you're the guy and he says okay and then he was more angry. He would not go on camera with a second time during one conversation pilcher. S moran specifically about making. Lancaster moran denied being her pimp or being involved in any of that kind of activity but when james pilcher brought up the possible whereabouts of megan lancaster. He got a shocking response. Pilcher related the story to producer. Jeff shane a joke with me. Hey maybe she's in my basement. Maybe she's in my backyard. He thinks that the joke because he knows what the rumors are late. What you so. You asked him directly about it absolutely. I said you have anything to do with meghan lancaster and he said no. But you can check my basement. everybody else wants to. You can check out back. He said i. I've invited the cops in to take a look. Well i'm not going to surmise whether he's trying to get away with anything because i i don't know whether or not he had anything to do with her disappearance. I really don't are reporting. Didn't lead down those path. But he had this attitude that he thought he was smarter than you that he thought he was smarter than anybody. And i think what probably from my reporting in my history on all this is a. I read a lot of stuff about him and leading up to them and i'd see stories here and there but nobody but nikki blankenship kept adam. Nobody kept on him. And i can tell you that we never went away. The photographer person that i worked with was always in the courtroom blogging. Blogging him. That she was there was always taking pictures or getting video of him in action in the courtroom. We never went away. In twenty twenty authorities finally made their move phillies rated. The home of a well known lawyer suspected of running a national sex trafficking ring for years march twenty fifth state and local police raid. Michael moran's house with a search warrant in dave used. the attorney general was personally present for that enforcement. When you get the state attorney general showing up to serve a search warrant. You know that there are some very important people watching this. I'm looking at the story. I did and you can see. Iran is sitting on his porch in his stocking feet while police are searching his office. Slash house now. The thing you've got to remember too which is interesting is brick two story house. It sits on the corner right across from the courthouse and right across catty-cornered from the local prosecutor's office. So he literally can walk back and forth from his house. Slash office to the courtroom and walk right in front of the prosecutor's office. Just seven months later it all came crashing down for michael moran longtime defense lawyer and former city councilman has been arrested in an alleged sex trafficking operation friday october. Twenty third to twenty twenty state and local police teamed up in arrested. michael moran. this comes nearly seven years. After that initial affidavit issued by the da for nikki blankenship. It was a day that marks the culmination of years of tireless work and a victory for dozens of portsmouth women. When my father was arrested october twice he was arrested on the eighteen charges that included sex trafficking racketeering telling 'em promoting prostitution when that came out. That was a real exciting day for me. I was screaming iran screaming. Because i worry that no one was ever gonna check. No one was really ever gonna look into it. I really worry. I know that the cincinnati inquirer they had to do their own investigation but it was approximately a year before they started releasing things and when they release things. I still didn't know anything was ever going to happen. And so finally i was like okay. At least somebody's finally checking. Did it kind of validate journey started on. Yeah yeah it definitely did. There are also a lot of people who are saying. He's a great man. And i worried about that. I'm like did i make a mistake. Am i wrong. And there's no way. I have seen that i i was at this point. I'm like i have so much evidence. But still i can't. I don't want to hurt anyone's life. So yeah i was like okay. Something i it was valid and everything i have time for for a decade is olive yeah katie. Lancaster also felt a great sense of relief and was struck by the uncanny timing of miranda arrest. Maria was arrested october. Third twenty twenty the day before megan's thirty third birthday. I mean i was on my way to columbus not jumped out the damn car while it was moving. I couldn't speak. I couldn't talk. Couldn't tell anybody what was going on. I was just like oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. Like i just couldn't believe it and four to happen the day that it did it was almost like a sense of okay now i know this is a god thing like this happened the day before. Megan's birthday almost eight years into it like it could not have come at a better time. It was like oh my gosh we did it. We got this far. Megan look.
"michael moran" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre
"James. Pilcher began further exploring the megan lancaster case. Katie lancaster thanks very strongly. That michael moran lured meghan into this life. And it's his fault. She's dead or missing now whether he actually was directly involved all we know she left behind a heck of a lot of notes about oliver different liaisons and all the people she would go to for money she kept all of it. Katie founded chess copies of everything. We called every single number in that some people acknowledge yeah about sex and she became like a slew of women went missing or got killed. Were addicted prostitutes. Sex workers up in ross county in chillicothe iw which is two counties to the north. I mean we're talking. Does dozen more win so meghan. A lot of people theorize the meghan might have been wrapped up in something that got those women killed by. There's a lot of thought. And there's a lot of Theory or rumor that no that that was separate from what happened to her and what happened to her points back to possibly michael. Marine michael moran has denied any involvement or responsibility and meghan lancaster's disappearance moran has stated numerous times and interviews that the only involvement he had with making lancaster was in the case involving a former client. Where lancaster acted as an informant. He has said that he had no other relationship with her and that she did not work for him. Additionally authorities have not brought any charges against him in the case at this time it's unclear whether they have questioned him in the matter throughout twenty nineteen cincinnati inquirer published a series of articles by james pilcher and his colleagues about michael moran and his alleged ties to human trafficking. Everything that was in that affidavit. We reported it out as outrageous as it sounds allegations that he was running women all over the country. He was promising women drugs for sex. He had relationships with judges and with members of law enforcement all of it so those allegations all of this is in the federal document and yet they never moved on moran now the. Da says we ended all the stuff about human trafficking over the fbi. Says we're not going to comment on any potential ongoing investigation so you can see how frustrated we were with like okay. Why doesn't anybody move on him. What's going on here bob. Strictly shared pictures frustration. Very important thing that the press does when they're when it's done well is is to shine lights in you know and to offer a vehicle for those people stepping forward right. Do you find a sense of kind of responsibility of making sure. Those those voices are heard. What set this one apart was just the amount of women at stepped forward and said something about this to us talk to us about it and then also the apparatus that has to exist around a person michael moran for an operation as we reported on to exist in the first place a lot of people have turn their heads kinda damn ability of people who just turn the other way. Don't care about what's going on right in front.
"michael moran" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre
"I'm dr lori centers. I'm a psychology professor at yale. And i started to notice that a lot of my students all that happy so i created a new class longtime everybody to psychology and the good life. But it's not just my students who need to understand the science being and that's why we launched the happens lab so you can learn about too. Are you ready to feel happier. Head to iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or if you like to listen brought to you by ziprecruiter. The smartest way to hire. Welcome to the piped-in massacre production of iheartradio and katie studios. Somebody pretty important in ohio. Once asked to be why. I was so vested interested in this case in sex trafficking. I had to be honest with myself and i had to say when i first heard it. I didn't believe it. i didn't think it was widespread. And ever since then. It's been like these women aren't lying and they deserve all lavar. This is the pectin massacre return to pike county season. Two episode nine twenty five miles south part to. I'm courtney armstrong a television producer at katy studios with stephanie lie. Decker and jeff shane throughout the series we've examined abuses of power by authorities in ohio from law enforcement officials to city councilman investigative reporter. James pilcher drew a through line in the cases of pike. County sheriff charlie reader michael moran and the corruption that has infiltrated the southern ohio criminal justice system happening in these kinds of counties. So much either. Hey you had ineffectual or corrupt or both law enforcement right. You had a community or a culture of lawlessness that has descended on upon many places in rural america. And i think that's one of the reasons. Nobody's watching nobody cares to watch not to enhance or blow up importance of journalists. But if you don't have some kind of watchdog or Somebody holding officials accountable i. It doesn't always work in two thousand. Seventeen reported nikki. Blankenship uncovered an affidavit filed by the drug enforcement agency. The document detailed and fbi investigation into a portsmouth. Ohio lawyer and former city councilman michael moran. Its content supported stories. Nikki had long heard from area. Women who claimed that moran was involved in sexual digging and prostitution. It should be noted. That michael moran has strongly denied the allegations. So when i got this affidavit. I i mean they took it to my publisher my editor and they wanna prove that it was real it was authentic and all this was real and so i contacted private investigators that i knew had the look into the document further. I call people in court systems. That i knew and had them looking into it. I verified it over and over and over and ultimately they said that no we're not going to publish gave my letter of resignation that day and the said ethical differences. I left during the course of her reporting on sex trafficking and southern ohio. The issue had become personal for nikki. She often spoke with the families of portsmouth women that had fallen into prostitution and others whose family members had gone missing or been murdered after her resignation. Nikki had a crucial decision to make. I made a promise to the families little bit. But i promised these families and i shouldn't have as journalists thomas them but i did. I promise that i was going to scream until someone listened. So i felt like i was just repeatedly be shut down. I feel very helpless. I had to do something. I had to put it out there somewhere. And social media's. I knew even if only local families were able to see that i thought it might them in some way give them something and as a local journalist a lot of people locally were on my facebook page so i went ahead and i publish him. I went to sleep. Woke up the next morning. I had hundreds probably thousands of whites on the close already traits if not thousands of shares and messages for everyone. But it kinda went crazier than i expected to win. You saw the affidavit. What ran through your head. I was not a bit stunned and people. They want me to be stunned. But i wasn't. That's katie lancaster. Speaking with producer. Chris graves katie's best friend and sister-in-law megan lancaster went missing twenty thirteen. Katie alleges that megan worked for michael moran as a prostitute moran denies these allegations. What went through my head is. Oh my gosh like. I'm not the only one that sees this. You know like the fbi sees it like it was just so just a sense of relief. News of the affidavits spread. It soon. Caught the attention of cincinnati inquirer investigative editor. Bob strictly who had once worked for the newspaper. The portsmouth daily times initially was sports editor in portsmouth and was elevated to managing editor. And during my time there there were always these rumors about michael moran and the women that he was around in circles he he ran in and at the time early in my career it just seems so far fetched or smith if nothing else is a remote so a lot of things get tossed around without substantive evidence to back it up but it was quite surprising to receive or that there is something that could actually back this up. We got a copy of it ourselves and verified through various attorneys and around the council. And i went back and looked through notes that i take and i 'cause i never throw away notebook for my time. Working enforcement was like a lot of this tracks. And here's a government official saying so and it's in a sworn affidavit. So it's time for the chips allah table and get involved says too. Big of a story took more even. If it is a place that is not traditionally in an area where type paper covers it. I don't know if initiated a sense of responsibility as much as it triggered a pretty huge amount of guilt that motivated me to go pitch the story of our bosses despite paper being two and a half hours away from the subject that we were covering and luckily bosses were hospitable enough to allow us to explore that dig real deep in this story and turn over some rocks that needed to be turned over decades ago the puerta. Jane's kilter was writing for the inquirer at the time mob. Boss came to me. Because i was investigative reporter and said what do you think about this. You wanna take a look at this guy. Trafficking women all over the country from this little town. This burned out shell of a town. It's known as the epicenter of the opioid epidemic. Is he doing. This is it. Sure can we prove it. I really thought there was no way. There was no way this could be going on for so long and nobody did anything about the other interesting thing. Was that the paper got. This wouldn't publish it. I mean it's a federal affidavit and they still wouldn't publish it right. There in the hometown of mike moran picks it the big city newspaper from two hours away in cincinnati to come in and do this investigation now granted. We have the resources of usa today behind this but why not at that have been published or if the local newspaper had been truly and independent harm or an independent high with some of this stuff have gone on. I don't think so the first time i went to portsmouth. I didn't know what to expect. Nate partnered me fulltime with photographer. Who is also on the story is she and i were just shooting some footage out at the. Us shoe factory and there was graffiti. They're talking about a prostitution and drugs and things like that and this guy writes up on a bicycle san What you guys doing. We just kinda tell them so. By the way.
"michael moran" Discussed on The Piketon Massacre
"Some believe michael moran's reached goes farther than even human trafficking in two thousand thirteen. A portsmouth woman. They meghan lancaster disappeared. Michael moran has denied any involvement or responsibility in her disappearance. Additionally authorities have not brought any charges against him in the case at this time it's unclear whether they have questioned him in the matter. Megan is probably the case that is closest to my heart than that's mostly her sister-in-law catering catcher has screamed in screaming the screen on her behalf. My name is katie lancaster the sister-in-law amvest friend of megan lancaster who's been missing from soda counties since april third two thousand and thirteen who was Megan lancaster and how did you meet. We met at a called saturday county joint vocational school. We were taking calls mythology and she is a wonderful loving. Give the shirt off her back person that i know for a fact that this tragedy had to happen to anybody. She would have given everything she had to save the next person. Megan katie formed and unbreakable bond and soon became family members. I was spending about every night with megan. Pretty much donskoy. Megan would say my brother wants to take you on a day. So as to the okay. Okay like i'll take me for dinner so on and so forth and i did that. Well i never left. I was seventeen and we just hit it off and ellen rob katie and megan's brother jimmy were married in two thousand and five a few months later. Katie became pregnant soon after. Megan did as well. I went into labor august. Thirty first had my baby. September first like in the middle of the night and she had her baby november force. Though we were legitimately only you know a couple months. Apart in two thousand six meghan gave birth to a son named reese. Being a young single mother was tough but megan seem to have a bright future ahead of her. In sports she played she played to the fullest. She was there for her team. Always tearing everybody on the softball. She was the pitcher. She had a full ride scholarship to shawny state. I mean emmy nagin couldn't have been any smarter than what she was. Despite her intelligence and athleticism megan fell victim to the drug epidemic. That gripped the portsmouth area. She was that you know that she used drugs. That she used a needle. It was rough and i would tell her. I would say meagan. I would try to play. Both sides like her friend and her sister-in-law. I would say megan. You need to get helping. You need to change for you first and foremost what at the same time. You need to do it for rees because he needs in. Our answer was katie. Why change it. Now everybody's gonna look at me the same way. I'm never gonna live down the things i've done. I'm never be able to change that opinion that people have of me. She just couldn't pass the past. He you know of things that she felt people would never forgive. And then the point took over megan and it led to more years later a strange encounter with meghan would leave katie forever. Suspicious of one local man. Michael moran. I was in walmart with jeremy. And all of a sudden i see megan gump bouncing down. The i'm unlike what the l. was she wear. It was literally lingerie to be honest. Because you said. I'm here to get something for this party. I'm doing for moran. It's a bachelor party. And i'm dislike okay but again what what. Why are you in here in the. Is this what. I'm wearing to the party. And i'm like get whatever you're getting and get the heck out of here before you get arrested for indecent exposure. Can you describe april third. Twenty thirteen april third twenty. Thirteen meghan went missing that day. She was with her mom as she went to her. Mom's early in the morning said mom. I need to pay my insurance. Because she had been pulled over in cold war record been impounded for.
"michael moran" Discussed on The Darin Olien Show
"The need for expanded consciousness the need to see beyond. Into also, just reveal that which is. The. Unconsciousness that is seeming to just show up. All over the place right now just make no sense, and so you founded the Iowa. Foundation. You're studying not only Iowa ask about other medicinal plants you're working with Kudos your doing tree planting programmes in reforesting or helping the awareness of and the support of medicinal plants and the Amazon itself. So there's some very real powerful endless I was at the foundation in the center beautiful space. So what are you doing now to kind of? Ground this in two severi necessary medicine moving forward in the world. So Much I. Mean I guess we're we're all in that position but I I look back in. I did so little. It seems like I did so little this just happened. Iowa A. Just kept telling me what to do and I know that might sound weird if you're not familiar with Iowa, but there's messaging communication that happens in these ceremonies. And it's in it's again like another nod to what you were saying. I. I've never taken would never even think about taking Iowa Ska if it wasn't in a ceremony that the the terms are inherent. No. If you say you drank Iowa Ska, you mean you drank while sky in a ceremony and the fact that there is such a rich tradition surrounding the use of Iowa is one of the greatest gifts that we have to be honest. The substance can't be separated from its methodology and ideology the tradition surrounding its use, and we have so much to learn about that. But creating the foundation. All know all these pieces had to come together all these people had to come together to make that happen building that center. All of that the it was like A. Magical journey evaluate it. Really was that center was founded by. The Grant Town Foundation a charity organization are based in Ohio. Founded by Michael Moran and his son. Christian and they wrote me an email in two thousand thirteen and said, Hey, if we pay for it, will you build a research center and you know like? To say I did that you know I like, yeah, I there was certainly my involvement you know but there were there were some big big things that happened that were just really part of a bigger plan and and that's what I see happening. You know that's what I've been watching happening for over a decade. The I was foundation started in two thousand nine and it just seems like there's this this bigger and bigger plan on fold things and that plan is. Really to. In the most general sense, return the earth to harmony but more specifically to reconnect the human race to nature to the earth. and. And sometimes, like you said in an Iowa's concern if you if you go into it with the wrong attitude, Iowa will kick your ass. And That in that moment of kicking your ass is real opportunity to. The way thank you know especially with regard you know like you said like if you have too much ego, it'll squash you like a mosquito in a heartbeat you know and and that's the reality of where humankind is in relationship to nature and the earth. The Earth could wipe us out in a heartbeat it would end it wouldn't even blink. And that's What we need to be respecting, you know that's that's what we need to be reconnecting to, and that's the source of the tuition that we have. Like where what is the intuition? Actually speaking will it's the earth it is nature is the consciousness of this much greater being that is guiding us and helping us to realize what we should do next and how we should proceed. And that's really what I see happening in Iowa is is part of it but. Not Coincidentally. There is a movement happening now, this February that was a thank you plant medicine movement and It was a social media movement where tens of thousands of people started telling their stories about how plant medicines help them and their last year John Hopkins University. Prestigious Medical Institution declared that they would be building a psychedelic therapy research center and college in the UK also made the same announcement. They would be building research center devoted to understanding and studying psychedelic therapy, and you can now start to find degree programs where you can become a psychedelic therapist or be defied psychedelic therapy and and so. That to me speaks to something really important. And we've kind of. I watched my life spiral but collectively, humankind has watched our lives spiral downward and and what saved me was reconnecting with nature through the use of a ancestral medicine and an ancestral tradition and and that's what I see as happening now. And just look at our perceptions of indigenous culture now. You know you don't have to go far back and unfortunately just our parents probably. who were watching a whatever that show was I am too young but where the the Indian character, the native American characters name was Tanto. Which is the Spanish word for students get along ranger like that wasn't so far back, our parents were watching that show and their perception of indigenous culture was that indigenous people were primitive savages who are uneducated in stupid and now just one generation. Later we've flipped that so hard where we value indigenous culture, we view them as wiser than us like they have wisdom that we lack the amount of respect and then look at where we were just a generation ago with our relationship to to the environment. Yeah. Whatever we can do whatever we want where humans. It's our planet chop down the forest mine in the dig holes blow things up whatever you know whatever polluted, all and then. Were here one generation maybe two generations later. Preserve. The rainforest you know save as much as we can do it we can a lot has.
"michael moran" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Degrees Here in Santa fact, 50% Chance rain today a little bit later. Myo Abscess about four o'clock best chance to rain today, 93 degrees right now in the state capital tomorrow, 20% chance of rain. Behi, probably also in the low nineties. Tomorrow, Tuesday, all right, Michael Moran joins us Now. Michael is the president of would design and he wants to hire some people might want to hire you, Michael. Good afternoon. Good afternoon, Richard. Thanks for having me. Oh, absolutely, man. All right, so what is would design What would design is? Cos it's been in town over 40 years. I've owned it for the last 18 and we've been custom cabinetry and Millwork for high end homes here in Santa Fe, and some not so hand homes here in Santa Fe were not choosy, but that tends to be our market, All right. No, I'll just see you located here in town. We are. We are on the corner of Agua Fria and Tyler. Well, convenient location very easy. Yeah. Oh, I know where you are You and you. You have the big saunas collector. Big hopper on the outside. I mean, that's you. Okay, that's all right. Eh? So you're looking for what kind of wood with the workers. Well, I'm looking for a few different thanks Primarily right now I'm looking for cabinet installers and field guys who really? No there. No there trade and have their own tools and things like that. And Ah, we're looking for some skilled people. I'm really don't have time right now to train Folks, We're just trying to get their feet wet in this business. So looking for folks have been doing this for the last five or six years, at least, if not longer, who really know how Tio Installed cabinets install interior doors, and these people really are problem solvers. But I am looking for Sosa. Really bright folks is what we're hoping to find out out of this little A moment on the radio. Where would people apply? They can imply in person here. It would design by coming to our location. They can also send an email to me at Michael. M I C H A E l at Would the S N W 00 d d s and dot com eyes another way to get hold of us and so that that would be the best thing to do right now send in resume if you have one or contact information for the list of Qualifications that you seem, would seem appropriate and we will give you a ring back and invite you in for an interview. Our guest is Michael Moran, president and would design have you been working with workforce connections on this? I did, and they would have been extremely supportive. I called them about a week ago and gentleman named Brian. I believe it was answered the phone. He was on it immediately. He's sent to the one person so far, so I'm aware that he's looking at other people to send our way as well. And I was really amazed at how how positive they were. How helpful they were. And I recommend any company out there looking for employees. Um, uh, give them a ring because they they're really trying to help us out here is that your situation is exactly what we're describing with. Christopher is basically you know, you need to be out working and need beyond melon would order or drawing or selling. You don't have time to screen employees and bring people in and do the interviews and all that. So you're getting the help from the state and the price is right because it's free. That's right. Certainly doesn't hurt. You know, we tried Craigslist a little bit and at times that successful, But, you know, really, the best employees I've ever had have been the ones that just kind of wandered in off the street and today I really know what I'm doing. And we put And, uh and it worked out and some of a lot of my employees have been here on good company to work for, and Boys with a little bit of help. Mistake. I just like to make it a little bit better. All right. So you need people. You need a couple of guys. Does it have to be a guy. No, it does not have to be a guy. Okay, but we need a couple people. Yeah, just looking for good qualified people. I know if you ladies in Santa Fe, who are cabinet in dollars, who have done some really excellent work, So I gender makes no difference to me, but you need people. Like many people who can go into Ah, go into people's homes. Who could be trusted to go into people's homes to hang that? Hang the cabinets. Don't leave them as complete the job. Be reliable. That is You're liable to communicate Well be presentable eyes. Certainly another thing way need we work with all kinds of clients from all over the country and sometimes the world So we have to be very respectful of their space. Nothing. Nothing to turn a homeowner off quicker than have, you know, not trusting somebody in their house. All right. And you needed or any problem solvers because you know, Michael forgot about measuring twice. And cutting one so it doesn't fit perfectly trip. You have to find a way to wedge it in there. You figured me out, Richard, I got your number there. All right on and pay is good is good for the right people. Hey, is definitely good for the right people. We take care of her people pennies, you know, you know, right now we're just starting to explore that again. We have vacation of benefits. We don't have health and dental of the moment that this something that's coming back around. Finally, after the last recession, Yeah, well, build the business back up in. Who knows? There you go. So once again apply in person you can stop Would design is that 10 91 seller road suite? Be concede, right at the corner there of silent Ah, Graffiti or call 603 away, 23 That's correct, and we're hopeful looking for project managers. So if there's anybody out there who's looking for work, and they've had some good Project management skills in your past, particularly in construction management. If they have it, we'd love to see them here. Michael Appreciate a best of luck needed help in the future. Hit me up, okay? Thank you, Richard. Appreciate yourself. Take a break. We'll come back after the news. Top of the hour and we'll have wide open phone stuff You want to talk about weekend only have to do is call in for two.
"michael moran" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"All right. Every two weeks way have on the New Mexico Department of Workforce connections to talk about jobs been doing this for I don't know. Six years or something we had Eric lose Sharon for a long time. Eric retired and then Maria Herrera took up the mantle and Maria's busy today, so she has thrown on the altar to sacrifice for surfer Brownlee. Business consultant Mexico Department of Workforce Connection. Christopher. Nice to meet you. Likewise, Richard. Thanks for having me on absolutely been having you guys on forever. Now, the idea here is an Eric and I used to say this every time you come on, is like Money back guarantee. We will get you a job because it doesn't cost anything. Alright, but there are jobs out there correct. Yes, it's actually a pretty hopping job market. You know, There's definitely a perception when I talk to people that places aren't hiring right, but places air definitely hiring all across. The entire career field. All right? I don't know if you're prepared today to talk about jobs available, Christopher or you want to talk mostly about services you provide to employers. I can talk about both. Or either one. We'll start with what you do for employers. All right. So on the employer side, we really take a lot of pride in finding good candidates for the employer. It's Ah, It's not always easy to find people who are the right fit of Tom, either due to educational, you know, background or Also, sometimes, you know, criminal history, things like that and put we can kind of help employers. Fine folks who meet the qualifications to come and work for them, and it is not free, but it's part of the taxes that they paid to the state. No additional cost of them. All right. So how you know, and let's say now we're going to have on Michael Moran here in his second president of would design. Ah, and he's talking about jobs that he has available for a very specific type of wood worker he needs to experience people. So it's a Michael Moran came to you and said That I would You know, I need to hire some people. How to? Ah, How do I put the jobs where I posted? What's the best way to write it in all of that? The easiest way is for them. That is call our office and I can ride that number if you'd like, or you can email it to you later on. No, Go ahead and okay, so our number Is 505 8 to 7. 7434 and the website But once the job's dot state dot in m dot us, Okay. Thie Employer, of course, is welcome to create their own profile. On the system, but it's honestly I think it's best if they call us and we'll definitely take care of them. So Call you go to the website. And you will help them script. It Yes, sir. That's fully correct. Will usually asked him for a job description. And if they're willing to give it to a a pair, and from there, we'll kind of build out the profile on the website as Wass. Each of the individual roles that they are looking to hire for. And this can be one employee that a small business needs correct. That's correct. Could be one person. It could be 50 people wherever the employer needs. All right, and then you help him screen people. So they don't waste their time. I mean, they made it a maybe a small shop. You know the guys out, you know, creating furniture don't have time. Be taking phone calls, looking at e mails doing interviews, rejecting people in all of that. We don't just scream will also recruit for them way unfortunately, can't recruit on Ah, really aggressive, fulltime basis. But We're kind of matchmakers, just like I'm like a dating website or something like that. Well, we have a pool. You know, 200 people that we've been working with for months across all of Santa Fe County, and we're like, Oh, you know what I've got, like five people. It could be a potential fit for this program management job, and then we'll kind of screen the resume. Talk to the people talk to the employer and kind of helped set up those You know that first interview, okay? Christopher Brownlee's Our guest business consultant from New Mexico Department of Workforce connections. All right. So for a lot of people, a lot of business people lot of managers, Christopher the personnel side of of doing this is their least favorite part of the job, right? Yeah. Hiring firing, you know. Giving people you know there. There. Ah, reviews and all that kind of stuff. It's It's stressful. So you will do a lot of it. All right. So you do it all tell tell prospective employer how did Give me how to do it again. So they can give us a call at 55877434 Or they can create a profile at jobs dot state dot in m that US And honestly, the the best way for them to go by doing things either Call us or to create the profile and then call us and we can immediately start toe fill their needs. Now tell us about it. Tell us about some jobs that are out there. I mentioned earlier than it going into target yesterday. They have, you know, on all the doors walking in, you know, we're hiring 13 bucks an hour to start, so there's jobs out there tells about other jobs that you have listed posted at in Mexico. Parted to work for his connections. So if people are looking for employment very quickly We have places who will hire people within the week, including like Maverick of Santa Fe. It's a kind of a.
"michael moran" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"His hand and wiping it on a package which he dropped off at a home in California it was apparently caught on camera the recipient says he noticed the package was wet so he checked his ring doorbell camera and saw the delivery man spit and wipe it on the box this as the deadly coronavirus grips the country an Amazon spokesperson told the unhappy customer that driver is no longer making deliveries Christine Persichetti fox news it turns out a decision to do right by their employees during the corona virus outbreak was a good business decision for the owners of the New Jersey restaurant boxes Jane Metzler explains instead of shutting the doors and laying off all twenty employees during the corona virus pandemic brothers Brian and Michael Moran owners of Federico is pizza at the Jersey Shore in Belmar New Jersey took at a fifty thousand dollar line of credit promising to keep workers on the payroll for at least two months some of those employees worked at the pizzeria for more than a decade the head cooks been there for twenty two years well we're got around and customers decided to pay it forward donating money now approaching two thousand dollars a day to send pizzas to local hospitals along with police and fire departments and EMS squads J. Metzler fox news well before the Olympics were postponed Japan appear to have the coronavirus infection contained now Tokyo's cases are spiking and the city's governor is requesting people stay at home and is even hinting at a possible hard lockdown the sudden rise in Tokyo's virus cases and the government's strong actions immediately after the Olympic postponement have raised questions about whether Japan understated the extent of its outbreak I.
"michael moran" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"His hand and wiping it on a package which he dropped off at a home in California it was apparently caught on camera the recipient says he noticed the package was wet so he checked his ring doorbell camera and saw the delivery man spit and wipe it on the box this as the deadly coronavirus grips the country an Amazon spokesperson told the unhappy customer that driver is no longer making deliveries Christine Persichetti fox news it turns out a decision to do right by their employees during the corona virus outbreak was a good business decision for the owners of a New Jersey restaurant boxes Jane Metzler explains instead of shutting the doors and laying off all twenty employees during the corona virus pandemic brothers Brian and Michael Moran owners of Federico is pizza at the Jersey Shore in Belmar New Jersey took as a fifty thousand dollar line of credit promising to keep workers on the payroll for at least two months some of those employees worked at the pizzeria for more than a decade the head cooks been there for twenty two years well we're got around and customers decided to pay it forward donating money now approaching two thousand dollars a day to send pizzas to local hospitals along with police and fire departments and EMS squads J. Metzler fox news well before the Olympics are postponed Japan appear to have the coronavirus infection contained now Tokyo's cases are spiking and the city's governor is requesting people stay at home and is even hinting at a possible hard lockdown the sudden rise in Tokyo's virus cases and the government's strong actions immediately after the Olympic postponement have raised questions about whether Japan understated the extent of its outbreak.
"michael moran" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Person's doorstep take a listen to this story and Amazon delivery driver is being accused of spitting on his hand and wiping it on a package which he dropped off at a home in California it was apparently caught on camera the recipient says he noticed the package was wet so he checked his ring doorbell camera and saw the delivery man spit and wipe it on the box this as the deadly coronavirus grips the country an Amazon spokesperson told the unhappy customer that driver is no longer making deliveries Christine Persichetti fox news it turns out a decision to do right by their employees during the corona virus outbreak was a good business decision for the owners of a New Jersey restaurant boxes Jane Metzler explains instead of shutting the doors and laying off all twenty employees during the corona virus pandemic brothers Brian and Michael Moran owners of Federico is pizza at the Jersey Shore in Belmar New Jersey took at a fifty thousand dollar line of credit promising to keep workers on the payroll for at least two months some of those employees worked at the pizzeria for more than a decade ahead cook's been there for twenty two years well we're got around and customers decided to pay it forward donating money now approaching two thousand dollars a day to send pizzas to local hospitals along with police and fire departments and EMS squads J. Metzler fox news well before the Olympics are postponed Japan appear to have the coronavirus infection contained now Tokyo's cases are spiking and the city's governor is requesting people stay at home and is even hinting at a possible hard lockdown the sudden rise in Tokyo's virus cases and the government's strong actions immediately after the Olympic postponement have raised questions about whether Japan understated the extent of its outbreak I merry.
"michael moran" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Dot com backslash off shore today tonight's game the second game of this three game series before the red hat off to Chicago and in case you missed it because of all the lateness of the game here in the Midwest the Reds defeated the Diamondbacks four to three last night. Louise Casteel only when five innings he threw eighty four pitches did not have a good fastball last night lasted like I mentioned just five innings throwing eighty four pitches still gets the window because the red Sox bash a couple of home runs Joey Votto a two run shot in the third inning to left center field and then Josh van meter a two run shot in the fifth inning to right field so writing the home runs there and Louise Casteel improved his record of fifteen and six Michael week. former red falls to eleven eleven after last night's loss he's but when six against his former club he can not beat the Cincinnati Reds incredible it was good to see rice sellable ACS pick up his thirtieth sable last night pitching the ninth inning to quick Alice in that could tell more today who's an unbelievable player AREDS killer he doubles but Dan. Iglesias was able to retire the last the last batter and up the rich man four to three an absolute thriller last night congratulations now in case you weren't listening earlier because I posted sports talk this afternoon Michael rains in gets the start in center field for the Reds tonight he's baton to ninety two he pitched last night the seventh and eighth inning was inserted in the lineup playing center field in the night last night so we pitched the seventh and eighth two winnings one hit two strikeouts he's got a three point one two ERA and did a fantastic job pitching last night and then play defense in center field and he is our starting center fielder tonight for your Cincinnati Reds so keep that in mind. now let's check tonight starting pitchers brought to you by western and southern financial group helping to make Cincinnati the best place the very best place to live work and enjoy life and for the Reds tonight Anthony D. Sclafani he's nine eight going for double digit wins tonight with a four point oh six ERA and you'll be faced by the Diamondbacks Meryl Kelly he's ten and fourteen with a four point six eight ERA you look at discovery the mighty right he is writing a stretch of five starts over one month stretch in which he has posted a two point three to E. R. A. inst with twenty nine strikeouts in thirty one innings while holding opponents to a five fifty one OPS this will be his third start at chase field where he holds a one point eight ERA so went to the disco funny is really turning it on here the last stop month and half the season admiral Kelly strong right hander. in his last start against the Mets Kelly turned in a quality start lasting six innings and allowing three runs on seven hits the problem of course was Pete Alonso who we two solo home runs against the right handed Meryl Kelly so it's gonna be a nice pitching matchup with a couple right handers tonight at the diesel funny against Meryl Kelly. now it's time to take a look at who's hot in the big leagues brought to you by soccer benefit plan quality affordable for your business visit eight four four meadow Ohio today in Colombia Hyundai ask your neighbor they brought from Columbia Hyundai in Miami valley gaming get ready to get lucky at Miami valley gaming now there's two guys who look like they're going to be the top free agents heading into the offseason and they're both hot. the Washington nationals Anthony ran down he's got the best batting average in all of Major League Baseball at three thirty two what's more he's got thirty three home runs in one hundred and seventeen runs batted in in in his last fifteen games for home runs thirteen RBIs in east baton three seventy so keep that name in mind this offseason Anthony ran down that's your hitter in your fielder how bout your pitcher in that's going to be the Astros Gerrit Cole. Gerrit Cole is seventeen five with a two point six two E. R. A. thirty starts this year. thirty game starts so the dude is. pitching extremely well and he's very very durable he's got two hundred and ninety two strikeouts in a hundred and ninety two and a third innings pitched so keep those two names in mind the Astros Gerrit Cole pitcher he's gonna be in big time demand because you can never have enough pitching and the nationals Anthony ran down no I mentioned. Michael Moran said can we just call him Babe okay he's polite he's pitching he's playing in the outfield and. what a week ago winning pitcher home run any play the outfield yeah the last guy to do that in one game way back on June thirteenth nineteen twenty one you've all heard of him the immortal New York Yankee and former Boston Red Sox. Abe Ruth so you can just call Michael the rancid bait coming up we got big sticks in the big leagues will check the scoreboard give you the the Reds cleanup hitter and give you the.
"michael moran" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Let's go through we got a blow through these because we could get ideas so let's go to Alex's in Philly and New Jersey what what point five a Alex what's up man you were so Morrow did it miss Lindsey and lift my mom figure this all and it's like a deep breath this is my brother he is your brother and he's not he's already nervous nervous about I got a I'm just let's say that you can't play because you're his brother Michael Moran value ruined it all for right yeah listen mama what what category you want on your one seventies or eighties eighties our lives do matter the seventies hi I give you seven these data surprise is specially for you yeah I'm I'm here I'm dies surprise is visually for you best alert as later commerce prior specially to yes he went on one girls by a but I got to get to more people on a yes to minutes get out one but.
Trump abandoned the citizenship census question, yet thousands still have to answer it
"The president announced on Thursday that he is dropping further attempts to include the citizenship question on the twenty twenty census instead he signed executive order that's gonna require the commerce department to separately gather data from other departments within the government and then putting that together with the census information they'll get a complete picture of who all the citizens and non citizens are in the country we spoke to Nicole the ray immigration reporter at law three sixty for more on this the press conference that he gave was kind of weird it started off with his rhetorical question are you a citizen Gee I can answer that question are you a citizen of the United States of America Gee I'm sorry I just can't answer that question he essentially conceded that continuing to pursue the ship question in court but it also leaves preventing the center from being printed on time but at the same time he answered the negative order saying that states may actually be able to use their citizenship data that the department of commerce will ask me to draw electric affect based on eligible voters so that in some ways could be a concerning point that the X. value at least has highlighted is something that could be challenged in court at a later time but as of now it appears that comp is totally backing down on including the citizenship question on the census and definitely not a win for him he specifically said that I'm not backing down in my effort to get all of this information on who are citizens and non citizens this method that he's gonna go through with this executive order is basically what the census bureau said they should do instead you know go through all the other departments and you can get this information this way I guess the executive order is just making it clear that these other departments have to provide this information to the commerce department they can't provide this data to the commerce department but they also won't be actually allowed to use any kind of thank you that you may not get a more accurate this is just basically calling the resources that already exist within the government and it's creating a whole lot of new resources let's talk about bill Barr the Attorney General because the president brought him out to explain the back down it is the way I saw it obviously the Supreme Court said you can't put this question on the census you need to go back to the drawing board and give us different reasons for why you want to do this you can explain yourself well enough the first time so bill Barr comes out to basically explain that away saying the Supreme Court shot is down we can do it this way and he congratulated the president twice to say congratulations Mister president you're gonna get these numbers anyways I and it was just a weird picture that was going on actually catch this decision as a practical one he said that if the White House went back to the drawing board and fully explains the rationale behind the citizenship question in your credible court where this case now is they would definitely win but with such an abbreviated timeline for printing the census it ultimately he said just came down to a decision practicality rather than it being a matter of not being able to win the legal argument it did seem that way because the Supreme Court did say that they do have the right to ask the question is just you're not doing it the right way just yet go back to the drawing board and that that that was it the time line was just not working in their favor they needed to start printing the census pamphlets since July first I believe it was so go back to the drawing board it was just delay everything and you know that would just cause even more problems this is all going on against this backdrop we've been told that there's going to be a number of raids on undocumented migrant families by ice over the weekend I think they're starting Sunday and they're gonna be talking at least two thousand immigrants have been ordered to be deported and this gonna happen in at least ten major cities it's all in bucket it's a great immigration policy is better thank you they're in a great first in responding to your question on the campus that would improve their political power and now trust them service into hiding with each additional rates on but you know what the ACLU is now challenging you grades preemptively in New York federal court they just found a few today thank that the government have to get at least twenty families may be affected by that an opportunity to present their case in court and have a chance to make their teeth forty four Michael Moran immigration reporter a lot three sixty thank you very much for joining us thank one of the big stories of the week happened over the weekend and into Monday where federal prosecutors released an indictment against billionaire financier Jeffrey apps the in charge him with sex trafficking and creating a vast network of under age victims for him to sexually exploit the indictment alleges that he would pay girls for massages that would then become sex acts and then pay the girls more money to recruit other girls the store has a lot of details and even some connections to the current labor secretary Alexander Acosta for more on this we spoke to Kate breakaway she's a senior reporter the daily beast she was in court for actually is arraignment and tells us more details new about this is that he's being prosecuted in New York but the allegations are hauntingly similar to those that he faced in Florida about a decade ago and so the idea is that Jeffrey obscene uses employees as associates to recruit under age girls to come to his mansion and give him the sauces but once they arrive to his mansion in Palm Beach these are suppose it massage sessions actually turned into sexual abuse and molestation he paid the girls hundreds of dollars each visit and then he paid his victims to recruit even more underage girls so it is in a sort of the sex trafficking pyramid scheme that he was accused of running in Florida and now with thirty the New York are accusing him of doing the same thing but it is a pre side mansion in Manhattan but the motives and the and the methods are all very much the same in both cases the thing that's crazy about this story is obviously okay so he's connected to a lot of really famous important people Bill Clinton president Donald Trump even famous lawyers Alan Dershowitz is kind of wrapped up in all this stuff with him as well but tell us what happened because when this was going down in Florida he got some sort of sweet heart plea deal that let him just plead guilty to two counts of prostitution and everything basically went away he got a year in jail but even that he was getting out six days a week I think on work release this is back in two thousand seven he's a powerful financiers you said he has a little black book filled with famous people including you know these so seats of the Clinton assistance of the Clintons he had Malani and Donald Trump and his little black book I mean he knew everybody and so it's no surprise that he had a high powered legal team that stepped in to make sure that these charges didn't result in serious charges for hammer serious prison time essentially he had enough money to make this all go away so back in two thousand seven the US attorney's office in Miami which was then led by Alexander Costas who is now trump's labor secretary and his office had actually prepared a fifty three page indictment against that steam esteemed high powered lawyers which included their show it included Ken Starr intervenes behind the backs of the victims in this case so we have a situation where it is very powerful man with his all star legal team is collaborating with the US attorney's office with prosecutors to downgrade these charges on the other side you have victims that come you know they're vulnerable they come from under privileged family situations and esteemed attorneys made it out so they weren't credible at all I mean they created das Sears on the victim they provided the victim's social media pages that perhaps indicated drug user just had unseemly photos or things like that and so you know they not only attacks the victims in the case and there were allegations that I've seen sent people to follow the victims and to follow the victims families that Alexander costs that his bed in the past in a letter that he's written that prosecutors were under attack that they were looking for different peccadillos of prosecutors that could be exposed so it seems from the outside that prosecutors just wanted to get this deal done the US attorney's office now says well many of the victims in the case received a settlement from I've seen they didn't have to pay for their attorneys and you know I guess the US attorney's office thought it was okay that Mister Eckstine pleaded guilty to two state charges and ended up serving a year in jail and as you said that jail time was pretty laughable I mean he's in the private wing of the county jail and most of that time was spent on work release so it really is a miscarriage of justice that deal also shielded any co conspirators who may have helped arrange the girls coming to his places a lot of people are kind of sweat it right now because of these new charges who knows if they could be connected to all this all
"michael moran" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Opening up heavy duty today big boy, I gotta tell ya. I I mean, I've known for most of my life that. Drugs prostitution organized crime were a mainstay in our society. Right. But I gotta be honest with you. I didn't I didn't realize the depth of sex trafficking. How dangerous that was how rampant that was until the last couple years. I think the envelope has been pulled open on this sort of thing. And now we got an incident that the Enquirer folks, did a great job of this sort of thing happening right here in Ohio. Let's get our guest on to discuss here on the acute hearing centers dot com hotline. Bob stickler how you doing? We're doing great and Bob this story has land on the front page of USA today. Earlier in the day. I saw and we're talking and what rock was saying. When you think about stuff like this and somebody peddling in them using their influence over people, and basically evil stop you think of a bigger town, you think of New Jersey, I think of the Cleveland's cities and all that type of stuff we're talking here about Portsmouth, Ohio. Right. And it's talented sheriff problems, and clearly there's a lack of oversight in positions of power and. Kind of one of those situations where there's a crack to be found to take advantage of people that are in Spanish positions people in power going to find it so baba explained does he had a great article this morning by just give us the thirty second version of the things you uncovered and found going on just from my sex trafficking and drug standpoint there in in Portsmouth guy, you guys involved in the first place. I used to work there. Newspaper editor for the paper there. And when I was there we used to hear these we're accusations of sex trafficking and prostitution and then last year a federal affidavit for a wiretap leaked onto Facebook. So we obtain a full copy of that and someone's rumors that we have been hearing for years and dismissing because they were just so outlandish or were written about by DA official. So essentially this guy would give legal counsel to women in exchange for them going on. Eight other powerful men from around and around the country and. Keep them. Hooked on drugs. This is Bob strictly from the Enquirer. And as forward centers on this one fella. He's a he's a defense counsel, correct and Portsmouth, right? And a former city councilman. And this guy's name is Michael Mirren is Moran. So especially in the article, Bobby, you know, what you guys described was I guess there were these women who had drug charges opioid charges. He would basically go to them and say, hey, I know the judges, I know the bro officers things that I can get you off some of these charges if you go into the sex trade industry, former is essentially what was happening here. Yeah. Organiz thing from what we can tell it the allegations that were made by the federal documents at hawk just sort of informal organization where he would introduce these girls. And the end of the night. They'd take them upstairs. How many women are we talking about over? The course of of how many years, you're Bob. Well, some of the women have said there's been more than fifty but the federal documents say twenty seven instances, and then who who was paying for some of these services. I think from what I gather you guys uncovered some some names and people in high places that were paying for these these sex services that correct? Yeah. The the affidavit also up data saying with their local businessmen involved medical professionals. Judge. Actually, see drug cases. So these women say that he was at parties with them. And the next day or something like that. Court. Bob strictly from the Cincinnati inquirer is our guest, and Bob, that's that's another thing rock, and I kind of talking about this yesterday when we're talking about doing this story with you is when I wanna hear sex trafficking and forced prostitution all that stuff. You think of some bad movie were Liam Neeson writers kidnapped off the street and forced into prostitution and stuff. But I from just one I'm reading from from you guys on what I've also heard outside of this is that it is exactly like, this is basically like you're lured into it. And then you got no way out is that correct? Yeah. You feel like you can't escape the situation because you're powerless and you're in the grips of addiction. And or the means. Describe that for Bob. I think the, you know, the average person that doesn't really know the depths of this says, well, why wouldn't they just leave right? No one's holding a gun to their head. Why wouldn't they just leave leave town? So what what would these women when you guys interviewed them that were forced into the sex trade industry? What would they tell you? What was the reasons why they were kept in this in this sort of thing? This is the only way that they could make some money or drugs or way to obtain drugs and then at the same time. And Trump law enforcement because they felt that they ran on it, and you had several one and tell us that. Remember numbers in the police department were customers so to speak. So the people that you wouldn't go to say, hey, help me out or in on it. Quays the women. Now, we're all these women from the Portsmouth area because it seems to me I mean policemen not a big area. I mean, not a big town. What are we talking ten twelve thousand people maybe twenty thousand people in the city? Yeah. Around that area. And was it just around this area because Portsmouth south that far from here? Help for. Up river is Portsmouth for me. I'm not really sure about one hundred and five miles two hour drive. Actually. So it was it all around this area. Say cut do a, you know, a hundred mile hundred fifty miles circle around there. Or was it other play we talk and national or at least. Of women are recounted to us. In David trips that they took to places like Nevada to New Jersey to Columbus to Cincinnati. So. You know being hustled around. Smith property was regional operation. It's not. So this is a pretty complicated network here. I explained to us your baba. How does how does the customer get involved? Right. Who does the customer, right? The the man in this case. No that helps them says. Hey, I want this service, and I call how's it work? I don't think there was like a setup like all this number for right, right? Right. People. We talked to. Connection was all through brand. And that's what. Federal affidavit, which is still feel by the way. Well, that would set these girls up with these guys. So it was like, no. Into one. Well, one to talk on the record giving your name. And because you mentioned a minute ago. Some of these ladies that are quoted in the article that we're talking about here were really afraid there's going to be some kind of repercussions for this. Sure, we've found over the past decade in that region in southern Ohio as a whole more that doesn't case the women that were even involved in Toronto or some sort of prostitution that have gone missing. I found that. And that's one of the things that make them feel trapped. Europe becoming one of these missing women kept them in a game. Now, what about the Michael Moran? Golly. You I think you guys talked to him twice over the last year to what what did he say? What's his story? You completely denies everything. So it's it's all based on jealousy. Rumors. That he genuinely is helping people. He cares about his client. If people talk about him. Any sort of in the city openly. So it's been like a thing that everybody's known about never really any traction by federal documents anymore. What about just this entire industry? Bob, did you what was maybe the most fascinating thing or horrifying thing? You learn about it. Well, I think it's. The type sex trapped in that are present it out there. You look at the Robert Kraft situation, that's an entirely different method. It exists. Those women were trapped with allegedly as well it and actually different ways of presents a position of power seeing position of advantage over somebody and exercising. Bob strictly our guest editor at the Cincinnati inquirer. And Bob and European. Why haven't the feds or law enforcement of some nature come in and clean house on this matter? I mean, it sounds like a lot of people are on the take there in that area. So. The feds got involved we learned over the course of our agencies are investigating this exact thing. Why didn't move on it? I can only speculate that maybe these women weren't talking at the time. And now that they're out of it. And they're not ashamed to move. And maybe that's fueling them to come forward. All right with that. Bob will let you go. Thanks so much for talking to us. Good stuff strictly editor the Enquirer. I mean mentioned a network run out of little cya county. Portsmouth, Ohio has a reach is getting has customers only out in Nevada and all throughout the midwest pretty significant. Well, like, I said when you think about something like that, you think about the mafia like jersey and Philly and all that kind of thing. But I I mean, it makes sense. Once you, you know, you're you're read into and you and you talk to him. It's you know, this is a town. That's been destroyed the manufacturing industry, right and Portsmouth was right. And what in the twenties was booming big time stuff. And now, there's no jobs there. There's no work. There's a lot of poverty, which means a lot of drugs and people are trying to find a way out of that cycle. And this is one of the things they seemingly one getting trapped.
"michael moran" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Physically demanding focusing more on exercises that would better prepare a soldier for grueling combat and it's ditching the current grading system that differs based on age and gender retired. Army major Mike lions explains the tested, always been scaled by gender in particular. It had to do with the recognition that females didn't have the same upper body strength. So you could do push ups for max score in this new scenario? The score is designed to just really put you in a different level and figure out where you fit on a range by Tober twenty twenty. It will be the official exam all soldiers will have to pass Sheri, small WBZ. Boston's newsradio. One time boyfriend of an accused. Russian spy has been indicted. ABC's Dave Packer with more longtime Republican operative. Paul Erickson who was romantically linked to accused Russian agent Maria Boutin has been. United on eleven counts of wire fraud and money laundering. The indictment from a federal grand jury in South Dakota alleging that Eriksson devised a scheme that for decades defrauded investors for his personal enrichment. The fifty six year old was released on bond, an attorney for Ericsson calls, the charges wholly unfounded, and unrelated to charges against patina who's accused of developing a covert influence operation in the US Ericsson faces twenty years in prison if he is convicted Dave Packer ABC news scare at the New Hampshire offices of Senator Jeanne Shaheen after a suspicious package shows up the Manchester office evacuated the state police bomb squad called into action after employees saw language on the letter that was taken as a threat to ficials found. Nothing inside the envelope. Or on the packaging, though, they do say threatening packages have been showing up at congressional offices around the United States in the last several days. A state lawmaker says Massachusetts should get even tougher when it comes to putting potential rideshare. Drivers through the ringer. Boston state rep Michael Moran says wannabe driver should undergo more comprehensive background checks before being approved for companies like lift and Uber we need to take this another step as New York has done and require drivers. Tnc company that comes in. She'll be required to have background checks for the drivers law already on the books in Massachusetts makes background checks here. Some of the toughest in the nation last year checks revealed thousands of potential drivers were rejected because of a criminal past just fifty days to go. British Prime Minister Theresa may giving it a go in Brussels today hoping to jump start talks on Brexit plan with the European Union. But the EU says it has no intention of reopening negotiations on the upcoming divorce. Officials say the European Union has already made enough concessions to get a deal and will not be moving further. Still may and European Commissioner JEAN CLAUDE Juncker are due to meet before the end of the month. It's eight oh eight let's take a look at Wall Street ahead of the opening bell with Bloomberg's Andrew O'day. Good morning..
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"Columbia gas explosions caused devastation across the mayor amac valley last September, one family will feel the impact forever. Eighteen year old Lee, leeann L, Ron Don was killed that day and his family is telling its story to WBZ TV's. I team Nicole Davis has the preview. Leonelli sister Luciana says there is just one thing. She wants Justice because it's not fair for us or any other family will go through this pain or brotherly anelle was killed at a friend's house on September thirteenth when a chimney collapsed onto the car. He was sitting in the family tells the I team's sheriff Aeon, DACA. They're angry devastated and struggling to cope with Steph, David Sheff. It's the family attorney. He says negligence and cost cutting led to the explosions and Leonel staff. There were so many precautions that could have been taken. There were so many simple, rather inexpensive means to prevent this tragedy. This catastrophe that were ignored watch the whole interview tonight at eleven on WBZ TV, Nicole Davis WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. And we'll hear more coming up at six fifty five a scare at the New Hampshire offices have Senator Jeanne Shaheen after a suspicious package shows up the Manchester office evacuated and the state police, Bob. Quad call to action after employees saw language on the letter that was taken as a threat officials found nothing inside the envelope. Or on the packaging, though, they do say threatening packages have been showing up at congressional offices around the country in the last several days. The one time boyfriend of an accused Russian agent has been indicted ABC's, Dave Packer reports longtime Republican operative. Paul Erickson who was romantically linked to accused Russian agent Maria Boutin has been indicted on eleven counts of wire fraud and money laundering, the indictment from a federal grand jury in South Dakota alleging that Eriksson devised a scheme that for decades defrauded investors for his personal enrichment. The Fifty-six-year-old was released on bond an attorney for Ericsson calls, the charges wholly unfounded, and unrelated to charges against Putina who was accused of developing a covert influence operation in the US Ericsson faces twenty years in prison if he is convicted Dave Packer ABC news. British Prime Minister Theresa may heads to Brussels today. Hope. Ping to jumpstart talks on Brexit plan with the European Union. It's expected EU officials will not lend her a sympathetic. Ear departure date is March twenty nine just weeks away. And it's expected the European Union Wellstone mall, her attempts at renegotiating a deal. That's already been endorsed and rejected by the British parliament. A state lawmaker says Massachusetts showed get even tougher when it comes to putting potential rideshare drivers through the ringer. Boston state rep Michael Moran says wannabe drivers should undergo more comprehensive background checks before being approved for companies such as lift and Dubar we need to take this another step as your your kids done and require drivers any TNC company that comes in be required to have background checks for the drivers a law already on the books makes Massachusetts background. Check. Some of the toughest in the nation. Last year. Checks revealed thousands of potential drivers rejected. Because of a criminal past six thirty eight. Now, we check business with Bloomberg's Andrew O'day and good morning. Andrew. In American food labelling words, such as organic GMO free and free range have specific legal definitions. The word natural does not which is why new lawsuit against.
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"With people behave. Extremely well. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's News Radio these guys we're talking about the workers who climb hundreds of feet beyond the peak of the old Hancock building in Boston simply to unfurl. A patriots championship flag. Kurt Jackson of hamden communications in Paxton is one of them. He says he's the tallest man in the city. One of the guys who climbed that flagpole. He says he's been strapped to a harness doing this sort of thing for the past thirty plus years. And he and the boys have been very busy doing the same thing in this city for the Bruins Celtics and Red Sox over the years. No, thanks. A state lawmaker says Massachusetts should get even tougher when it comes to putting potential rideshare drivers through the ringer. Boston. State Representative Michael Moran says he wants the wannabe drivers to undergo more comprehensive background checks before being approved for companies. Lift an Uber need to take this another step as. New York has done and require Uber. Drivers teensy company. That comes in be required to have background checks drivers. Massachusetts already has one of the toughest laws on the books in the nation. When it comes to background checks last year. Those checks revealed thousands of potential rideshare drivers were rejected because of a criminal past. Well, this is something you never want to experience. Officials in Florida say a parachute malfunction may be the cause of a skydiving accident that leaves a woman critically injured skydiver down the emergency calls from the land. Florida's heard on broadcast defy painted a grim picture. Did not open the ground. A twenty year old woman skydiving at the municipal airport was airlifted to a hospital in critical condition. Local authorities have been in contact with the FAA Brian Clark ABC news early Thursday morning, five eighteen thirty six degrees in Boston city by the bay on fire a gas explosion in San Francisco sends flames high into the air burning at least five buildings panicked residents and workers in the city's inner Richmond neighborhoods seen running for their lives yesterday. It took crews about three hours to put out. The fires apparently sparked by a construction crew hitting a natural gas line amazingly, no injuries reported on the health. Watch this morning is a widely used surgical procedure for shoulder. Pain necessary. CBS's Meg Oliver takes a look Carmen shoulder. Pain also known as rotator cuff disease.
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"I'm Josh binswanger. At five forty five on this Wednesday afternoon. Taking a look now at our top stories. The state supreme court uphold sentencing for the plane. Ville woman who texted her boyfriend encouraging him to commit suicide back in two twenty fourteen. The governor of New Mexico was withdrawing most of the state's national guard troops from the southern border. Gas explosion breaks out in downtown San Francisco in the inner Richmond neighborhood. California. Couple have been rescued after becoming trapped inside their car for four days due to heavy snowfall. We'll Massachusetts has tough requirements for rideshare drivers. But Michael Moran who represents Allston Brighton. On beacon hill says they aren't tough enough. He says drivers should undergo fingerprinting is part of the state's background check process. A number of kids. Young college kids that come into this city in this state every every September, and you know, the overall safety of those kids when they're away from that parents falls on us. Lawmakers are currently considering several bills that would tighten or loosen the state's background checks changes coming to JFK airport outside New York City as British Airways and American Airlines announced they're investing a combined three hundred forty four million dollars into an expansion and as part of the move British Airways moving from their longtime JFK home from terminal seven to terminally. Seven hundred and fifty new jobs being created with this leg of governor Cuomo's planned JFK upgrades per his office. Expectation is that this also allows JetBlue to expand from there terminal five base officials say they'll combine the airport's terminals allowing for a continuous loop of access roads as opposed to the spaghetti structure they follow. Now, that's James flippin with that report. A brewing battle over at San Francisco International airport terminal one was renamed for slain gay rights activist Harvey milk in two thousand seventeen see supervisor Hillary rodents has plans to put his name in small letters under the terminal oncein are not acceptable Rosen is demanding that the science elevate milk's name and at the airport follows through on the boards instructions to include art and displays inside the terminal honoring Harvey milk and his legacy. United Airlines is taking aim at its competitor's trying to passengers who are willing to pay more. I'm Gary Nunn. The friendly skies airline is expanding the number of roomier seats with more legroom by fifty.