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New York doctor charged with five counts of murder for prescribing large amounts of opioids
"A Long Island doctor is pleading not guilty to murder charges for allegedly writing prescriptions for large amounts of opioids that resulted in five deaths. Prosecutors in Nassau County accused George bloody of crimes that they say also endanger the lives of six other patients. If convicted of the most serious charge, and 75 year old doctor faces 25 years to life in prison. The CDC says that between 1999 and 2018 nearly 450,000 people died from overdoses involving
South African COVID strain found in New York state resident
"In Nassau County Long Island, according to a statement from Governor Cuomo, who adds the South African variants arrival in New York. Means that Cove it's safety measures, like wearing masks and social distancing are more important than ever, Reporter Julie Walker says. Health experts worry vaccines maybe less effective against this new variant, which has been reported in several states, including next door in South Carolina rocks ramps up production of its disinfecting wipes. His demand remains high during the pandemic, the company's CEO
South Africa Covid Variant Emerges in New York
"Covert 19 variant, first identified in South Africa has been detected in a New York resident for the first time. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that yesterday, he says it involves a Nassau County resident. Meanwhile, New York City reminding people to mask up and the new recommendation from New York City officials where two masks Madame Lazar says a simple act of wearing a mask has been a revelation has become as typical for people in New York City is getting a coffee and bagel in the morning, the mayor says, part of why New York City came back so strong in the summer and fall compared to the rest of the country was wearing masks and we've got to stick with it Unquote. In addition, the
South African virus variant found in NY resident, Cuomo says
"I'm Julie Walker the first case of the south African coronavirus variant has been reported in the New York state resident the case involves someone living in Nassau County Long Island according to a statement from governor Cuomo who adds the south African variants arrival in New York means that covert safety measures like wearing masks and social distancing are more important than ever a Connecticut resident who had been hospitalized in New York City last week also had the variant scientists believe this mutated version of the corona virus is more easily spread meanwhile the state's latest code number show a continued downward trend in hospitalizations and deaths following the holidays spike I'm Julie Walker
Man arrested in hit-and-run death of Nicki Minaj's father
"The man who killed Nicki Minaj is father in a hit and run accident has been arrested. So Today. Nassau County Police in New York announced the arrest of a 71 year old man who was allegedly driving the vehicle that struck Robert Barrage on Friday night. And this man is being charged with leaving the scene of an accident with a fatally and tampering with evidence thing. I surrendered to authorities he had fled the scene after initially stopping and noticing that barrage was significantly injured or dead. This according to the police were for tragic but I'm so glad that they have caught him. Yes,
"nassau county" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Right on the Queens Nassau County border. The flames were so intense the neighbors were told to leave their homes started smaller. Something I thought was a fireplace outside of my dogs start hearing. Some people not get out. Get out. Iran took firefighters two hours to douse the flames. Nobody hurt. No word. What ignited it all? No. One late. W. O R NEWS President Biden heads to the State Department today he's going to deliver his first major foreign policy address. Bruce Jones with the Brookings Institute says Biden wants to reposition the U. S. As a global leader will be an underlying hesitation about how much For any given foreign leader for any good in foreign government. How much of their security how much for their economy they stake on violence approaching foreign policy, and finally, some families on Long Island are getting anonymous notes telling them Take down your Christmas decoration. A motive. Bethpage blockhead, stop sending anonymous notes demanding neighbors take down their Christmas decorations. Sarah Pascucci left up hers for good reason. Her dad loved them. And he died last month from Cove it right after his sister died from the virus. It was, you know, just something that you don't want to receive. After everything that We've been through neighbor Laurie also got a note reminding her It's almost Valentine's Day and less stacked in Racine. E W O R News News this morning brought you by National Realty learn the Insider method of obtaining 18 to 21% targeted returns on Prime building locations is a told three times your traffic check with Bernie. Bernie. Hey, Joe. Good morning. Over in Newark, 22 is paroling. A couple lanes are blocked off on the eastbound side of route 22. Jam from Boy Street into route 21 now moving things over to the cross. Bronx Westbound still have that stalled tractor trailer after the Bronx River Parkway. It's in the center lane, and you're busy back from Exit Five. Be the in. Bhagwan is Jim from the bell Merge up to the Brooklyn Bridge. There is a crash on the BQE East bound by the Brooklyn Bridge. The left and center lanes are blocked off. So you gotta stay to the right to get by that. Over at the Hudson River crossings Very nice on the inbound side, the heaviest way in 19. That's about 10 minutes for the Holland. This report is sponsored by the positive coaching lion's Got issues with you. They're high school sports. Positive coaching lions can help PC, a national nonprofit offers more than 1000 free online resource is for youth and high school sports coaches,.
Nassau County, New York, Executive Laura Curran Quarantining After Exposure To COVID-19
"Nassau County Executive Laura current quarantining for 10 days following recent exposure to a positive covert 19 case. A spokeswoman reports that she's currently feeling well her period of isolation scheduled to and on Friday, January 22nd pending negative test results. News comes as she was lamenting the county running out of covert 19 vaccines. Lisa G. With that angle of the story her and said, So far, 50,000 vaccines have been administered. But doses at NASA University Medical Center are running out thousands of appointments that were scheduled through the state system scheduled through February. 5th. And the hospital will run of ex out of vaccine tomorrow. Current says she's fighting for additional doses to make sure the vaccine gets into the arms of people who made appointments, she adds. We just need the
Two NYPD cops from Long Island expected to recover after Queens gunfight that kills suspect
"Officers from Long Island and recovering after being shot in a domestic incident in Queens. According the news Day, Christopher Wells of Suffolk County and Joseph Murphy of Nassau County were wounded and the suspect killed during the shoot out in Springfield Gardens Tuesday morning. One of the officers is a 14 year veteran of the forest, while the other has been a cop for six years. Both are in stable condition and are expected to recover. recover.
New York City to Close Public Schools Again as Virus Cases Rise
"I was in New York City. Public schools shut their doors today because of the 3% positivity rate. As we've been discussing the Nassau and Suffolk County executives are both strongly disagreeing with Mayor De Blasio is decision to do that and to use that threshold. Positivity rate in National County is 3.5% even higher and Suffolk, But Nassau County executive Laura Current is leaving school closures up to the 56 local school district's in the county and says she would only order a Countywide closure if they hit 9%. That's the state standard three times the threshold the city is using. Talk about that and more now with Nassau County executive Laura current. She also has an article in New York magazine called Held Long Island County fought Covert. 19, a county executive looks back at the first wave. Executive Current. Always good to have you on Welcome back to W N. Y C. Good morning, Brian. And thank you very much for having me back. So, your statement says, Quote I strongly disagree with Mayor De Blasio is decision to close down schools in New York City. I want to make clear to our residents that I will do everything I can to keep our schools open, unquote. Why criticize the mayor by name there rather than just make your own decision for Nassau County. Well, I felt it was important, since this is really dominating the news cycle and, of course, New York City News really dominates the news in the suburbs. I just wanted to make it very clear to our residents. That the safest place for kids right now is in school. The schools, you know, it's a little bit different in Nassau County. So in the city, the mayor is in charge of the schools. Out here in Nassau County. We have 56 independent school district with their own elected boards. They make their own policy and make their own decisions, of course, with guidance from the state. Um, but my goal is to make sure that our health department, our county Health department Is working with them, helping interpret the guidance, helping them with contact tracing etcetera, and we've made very good relationships. So my goal is to get the word out there that it's very important for kids to stay in school right now. As I said, it's the safest place for kids are 56 school districts have really and I have kids in public school myself. They've done a fantastic job at this social distancing and ensuring math compliance and having kids on alternate days and all of that. They've really recalibrated quickly, and we're not seeing transmission within the school buildings. So you know, you did mention where a 3.5 yesterday. Our latest number was 3.3% that is concerning because we had been down it around 1% positivity rate, but the uptick isn't happening in the schools. It's not happening in the businesses and the gyms and the bowling alleys. It's really happening at these social gatherings, and I know that a lot of people have Covad fatigue. But people are still having these sweet sixteens and going off to other states to have big weddings and then coming back. That's where we're seeing the uptick. So I'm saying to everyone in the You can hear my voice. If you know you're not worried about yourself. You're not worried about your family. Think about the kids who need to be in school. Think about the businesses that need to operate. Keep people working. And, um, you know, as I said, school is safe right now, and I'm closing schools should be a last resort. That's what the CDC Protocol say in anything like a flu like pandemic Closing schools is the last resort. In March. It made sense. We got to that point We had 50% You know, we're getting into 50% positivity rate. At that point. It makes sense. At this point. It just doesn't make
Update On Areas Of Concern In New York City
"There are 13 additional area's New York City is monitoring due to increases in covert 19 positivity rates. New York City Mayor de Blasio's during his Tuesday bring here to where we're watching. Areas that we're in danger of entering that top tier of particularly troubled ZIP codes, a three tier system red, yellow and orange in the cova 19 hot spots, none of them in Brooklyn, Queens and Nassau County. Differing restrictions apply, but All schools in non essential businesses and those red zones are shuttered Governor Cuomo of worship Will be 25% capacity. Up to 10 people maximum. So if it's a church or a mosque or a temple There'll be a maximum of 25% capacity or 10. People finds for mass gatherings, air increased to $15,000 Orthodox Jews without masks, Little fire tossing masks into that fire at 46 straight in 13 Avenue in Borough Park, Brooklyn last night. The state will reevaluate the situation in 14
Another shark sighting halts swimming at Hempstead beaches on Long Island, New York
"On the island. Another shark spotted in the water swimming was prohibited Saturday on ocean beaches in Hempstead from Civic Beach. Toledo West speech after lifeguards spotting the shark Lido Beach had been closed to swimmers Friday afternoon around four o'clock after the town of Hempstead is newly launched, Shark Patrol spotted a shark in the water. There were three shark sightings each day on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and one each day Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Nassau County officials says it's not known if the sightings are of the same shark or different
New York City beaches open for holiday weekend, no swimming allowed
"A few days at the beach is typically a no brainer for Memorial Day weekend needless to say it is a little bit more complicated this year some beaches are open some are restricting who can go others are restricting what you can do there here to tell us where new Yorkers and new Jerseyans can go to welcome the summer wireless socially distancing is WNYC's Karen Yi and the Jake often hearts of Gothamist Karen Jake hello hi David it it it there is still so much we don't know about cope with nineteen but many epidemiologists say that with social distancing precautions in place heading to the beach does not pose a large threat for people in low risk groups Cameron let's start with you governor Murphy said beaches would re open for the holiday weekend is that right yes that's right so Murphy has said if speech is re opened they need to limit the amount of people on the beach and enforced social distancing so it's really gonna be up to each municipality to decide how to do that and what parts of the beaches or boardwalks to re open so remember not all of the beach is closed during the pandemic some have already re opened and some remain partially close and it's equally as complicated in New York City right Jake governor Cuomo joined New Jersey Connecticut and Delaware to open up the beaches but mayor bill de Blasio technically won't open up city beaches that's right David New York City is fourteen miles on public beaches are technically close what that really means is the beaches are closed to swimming sports picnics many of the social things people go to the beach for but you can still walk sit on the beach or even dip your feet into the water up to your ankles the idea is to discourage nothing Yorkers from going to the beach so it's not over crowded what about beaches on Long Island to Jones beach the Hamptons these are very popular spots for new Yorkers or they could be an option many all island beaches will be open this weekend but they're not exactly rolling out the red carpet for us New York City residents several towns including East Hampton have plans to limit or entirely banned outsiders from their shores that's led to some regional contentions of Nassau County official had to walk back in down and out of towners on Nickerson beach after my colleague Sylvia Chang points out that beaches that receive federal funding must be open to the public the state run beaches like Robert Moses in Jones beach will be open to everyone but they're restricting capacity to fifty percent and governor Cuomo says people could be turned away from parking lot as early as ten AM single parking is always a problem and beaches in both states Karen tell us about the Jersey Shore is parking to be restricted even more than usual yes so again it's gonna come down to home rule it's New Jersey right so it's gonna be up to each town since sandy hook which is run by the National Park Service is limiting parking to fifty percent and so is island beach state park which is run by the state mayors have told me that they're gonna be announcing reminders on loudspeakers there's gonna be civilian ambassadors patrolling the boardwalk there's gonna be a lot of signage but really it's gonna have to come down to trust trust that people will do the right thing and act responsibly what Jake in New York City you have reported on members of the NYPD enforcing social distancing measures in physically aggressive ways in the subways and on city streets can new Yorkers expect a large police presence on the beaches what is the plan for monitoring resource can definitely expect to see a major law enforcement presence this weekend and why PDP stale has been up thirty percent they'll be joined by parks police and thousands of social distancing ambassadors similar to New Jersey if things get too crowded the mayor says they may even put up fencing literally barricading the beaches anyone who tries to swim will be ordered out well in New Jersey some mayors are concerned about not enough police presence on the beaches Cameron that what are you hearing I spoke two point pleasant beach mayor Paul Kenitra and he's very concerned about this so his speech is partially open not the boardwalk so this means that Jenkins beach is also gonna be close but the biggest problem for him and re opening everything is that he says he can't hire the seasonal officers who normally boost up as police force during the summer because all the training academies are closed so for the things that are open for the part of each that is open he says this weekend will be a test run for whether the precautions they've implemented will work we need to see how realistic it is to have our badge checkers wearing the mask and gloves and in hot weather we need to make sure that our lifeguards are able to you know the date people and do things appropriately with the set up that we have one up one down on the lifeguard stands in with the new half the filters for their resuscitation devices so the mayor said there's really no playbook for this I mean everybody is really trying out what works for their particular beach okay so if people can solve the puzzle of finding an open beach what happens when they get there will there be open public restrooms or boardwalk restaurants open for food pickup so curbside pickup is allowed for nonessential businesses take out is going to continue for restaurants a New Jersey recently allowed to go cocktails on the public restroom issue again that's going to depend on the town whether they decide to open those or how they apply limits to that the one thing that the state is encouraging is that everyone wear a mask right and it's the same thing in New York there will be some to go through the options available re sparked beaches are is open many of the vendors on Coney Island and they'll be some bathrooms and Porta potties starting this weekend and finally you keep in mind the water's going to be fifty five degrees not exactly swimming weather even if you are out yeah I think that's gonna keep a lot of people out of the water we'll have to hear much more about how it goes this weekend WNYC's Karen Yi and the Gothamist reporter Jake often hearts thank you for joining us thanks
High school football coach suspended for running up score against undefeated team
"The coach of the New York high school football program was suspended for one game for allegedly allowing his team to run up the score on a fellow undefeated opponent last week plain edge high school coach rob Shaver was suspended under Nassau County's quote lopsided scores policy that according to the New York Post his team defeated south side high school sixty one to thirteen last Friday Shaver decided to keep his best players in the game despite being up thirty five points in the fourth quarter Shaver told Newsday his explanation to the committee who decides whether he should be suspended was shot down the policy this is actually in the book you cannot win a game by more than forty two points really yeah they thought it was a mismanaged game which in my opinion is that isn't the rule it should be you ran up to score on purpose that's what the intent of the rule is for Shaver added
NY state approves $1.3 billion arena project for Islanders
"Safe your state's economic development board has unanimously approved a plan to build an arena in Nassau County the venue would serve as the new home for the islanders but not all of any chills teens future neighbors are cheering Newsday reporter Jim Baum backs as some residents who live near Belmont Park which is the site are worried about the neighborhoods quality of life they want a much sound barrier fence because they fear that Disney parties and tailgating and the like so that so they have reason to be interested in this obviously the islanders played in Nassau County for forty three years before relocating to the Barclays center in Brooklyn in twenty
"nassau county" Discussed on KTOK
"Day. This is the Sean Hannity show people who enter the United States without our permission are illegal aliens and illegal aliens should not be treated the same as people who entered the US legally president's decision to end DACA was heartless, and it was brainless when we use phrases like undocumented workers, we convey, a message to the American people that their government is not serious about combating illegal immigration, hundreds hundreds of thousands of families will be ripped apart. If you don't think it's illegal. You're not going to say, I think it is illegal and wrong. Thousands of American businesses will lose hardworking employee's. And the argument them is the president is Americans. Don't want to do the work. We just can't find American workers to do the work. It's the president. That is a crook in many. Instances. It's just not true in my view from the season. The end DACA program was some eight hundred thousand young people is the cruelest and most ugly presidential acts in the modern history of this country. I cannot think of one single act, which is ugly and more cruel. We've gotta do several things than I am adamantly against Phil legal immigrant people have to stop importing illegal immigrant up to Westchester Goto ethic in Nassau County stand in the street corners in Brooklyn or the Bronx. You're gonna see loads of people waiting to get picked up. Go do yard work and construction work and domestic work. You know, this is not a problem that the people were coming into the country are solely responsible for coming. If we put them to work. My proposal will keep families together, and it will include. Clued a path to set us in ship number of immigrants added to labor force every year is of magnitude not seeing in this country for over a century. If this huge influx of mostly low skill workers provide some benefits to the economy as a whole it also threatens to depress further the wages blue-collar Americans and put strains on an already overburdened safety net. Immigrants are the principal reason wages haven't gone up those in the immigrants rights community who have argued passionately that. We should simply provide those were illegally with legal status. Or at least ignore the laws on the books and put an end to deportation until we have better laws, but I believe such an indiscriminate approach would be both unwise and unfair. It would suggest to those thinking about coming here illegally that there will be no repercussions for such a decision. And this could lead to a surge in more.
Video shows dog forced to drink beer at fraternity party
"A college fraternity is in trouble on New York's Long island alpha Epsilon pies been suspended at Hofstra university. After video put up on Twitter shows man, holding a puppy and forcing him to drink beer out of a keg party happened at the France off campus house, one of the men in the video reportedly owns the dog, a huffed spokesperson called the behavior unacceptable, but wouldn't say if anyone in the video is going to be punished the Nassau County society for the prevention of cruelty to animals ordered the dog's owner to take it to the vet. And they said. The puppy appears to be in good health. But now the district attorney's office is investigating to see if there could be a
"nassau county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I'm not buying this because Carter page, and I've interviewed if he ever interviewed him have you ever met him? If you ever talked to him. He's a very sweet guide and ask you did you ever meet him ever interview ever talk to them? I have I have talked to him. How long I've talked to a couple of times. And I find him very sweet. Sweet. Okay. Whatever that whatever description you wanna use Carter page when he would go abroad as part of his job. Dan Bongino, correct me if I'm wrong, he would come back, and he would t- brief every experience he had with our intelligence officials because he loves his country. Yeah. What Chris is insulting naval academy. Grad Carter page, by the way. So I'm who's never been charged N ever, and Sean he wouldn't be cooperating witness Christmas out a law enforcement guys. You know, what that means? I know you do meaning he helped the United States government in the bureau cough case where we locked up Russian spies. I don't expect Chris to understand any of this. It's beyond his. That's why Dan is on. I forgot all about that. But ends at rockstar named deputy Nassau County executive the police department reported to me, I know a thing or two about law enforcement to okay, just how many times have you been locked up might not be reasonable suspicion to proclaim it. Well, will you locked up navy grad? What about all these FBI agent to our white read Chris worked up? Why don't you just say I kinda screwed this up and by the way where you ever arrested. I have never been arrested, and he should be for why I don't know. We'll figure out. Well, we'll just we'll say you colluded with the Russians. That's what all your friends say everyday. What does make it up like they doing and build a big bizarre. Conspiracy theory full of lies for two years and and just a hoax perpetrated on the American. People are hanging there. Bongino, Chris Han, by the way, Chris has a podcast it's called the aggressive progressive. And I think he's going to be in Dan on his guest. All right. Listen, we all worry about costly car repairs. No, let's say you break down the road..
Flu, Florida Department Of Health And Saint Johnson discussed on AM Tampa Bay
"Rules flu activity on the rise in the sunshine state. The Florida Department of health says there are twenty seven cases of the flu this week. One child died from the flu last week. Duval, Saint Johnson and Nassau counties are still reporting flu outbreaks, primarily at elementary schools and
Flu, New York And Westchester Nassau County discussed on First Morning News
"Like, something is been to New York some sunny. First reported about nine pm thousands of residents in the five boroughs and as far away as Westchester Nassau County. Even New Jersey took to social media reported hearing an explosion and seeing the skies light up. Konitz spokesman Philip O'Brien called it a short small electrical fire involving transformers at a substation in a story. Nobody was hurt. I'm sue Guzman on seven ten wwl news time coming up on five. Oh, three the number of confirmed. Flu cases rising across New York. Stay more than fifty four hundred people coming down with the onus. So far, the season State Department of health says as Thursday new cases of the flu have been reported in fifty eight counties, including the five boroughs of the big city. Like this doctor at Nassau University Medical Center says it's not too late to get a flu
"nassau county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Who enter the United States without our permission are illegal aliens and illegal aliens should not be treated the same as people who entered the US legally president's decision to end DACA was heartless. And it was brain was when we use phrases like undocumented workers, we convey, a message to the American people that their government is not serious about combating illegal immigration, hundreds hundreds of thousands of families will be ripped apart. If you don't think it's illegal. You're not going to say, I think it is illegal and wrong. Ends of thousands of American businesses will lose working employees. And the argument that the president is Americans. Don't want to do the work. Wait. Buy American workers to do. The work was the president that is a crock in many instances. It's just not true in my view from decision. The end Docker programmed was some eight hundred thousand young people is the cruelest and most ugly presidential acts in the modern history of this country. I cannot think of one single act, which is uglier and more cruel. We've got to do several things than I am adamantly against Phil legal immigrant people have to stop employing illegal immigrants come up to Westchester Goto Suffolk and Nassau County stand in the street corners in Brooklyn or the Bronx. You're gonna see loads of people waiting to get picked up. Go do yard work and construction work in domestic work. You know, it either. This is not a problem that the people were coming into the country are solely responsible for coming. If we put. Them to work. My proposal will keep families together, and it will include a path to citizenship those who enter the country illegally and those who employ them disrespect the rule of law, and they are showing disregard for those who are following the law. We simply cannot allow people to pour into the United States undetected undocumented, unchecked and circumventing the line of people waiting patiently diligently unlawfully become immigrants, real reform means establishing a responsible pathway to earn citizenship. The flipping the flopping the flailing that goes on on the issue of immigration. And of course, the the beatdown that the president had with Pelosi and Schumer today, and he's not given up and it's clear and the good news is he has the support of even people like Lindsey Graham say no, he's got a hold out. This is a fight. Worth fighting. And you know, the president also taken major steps today to rain in the abuse of our welfare system by non-citizens will utilize federal subsidies in poor greater numbers than their US born counterpart, I mean, sixty seven percent of illegal immigrants, according to a recent study that came out and the president now also threatening that if he has to he'll use the military to get the wall built that way and that exchange goes back and forth. He says look get it done off the military do it. And if I have to shut down the government, it's a myth that Republicans get get hurt by government shutdowns, they were afraid to do it. When Obama was president. Now, they're afraid to do it with a Republicans president, they're just afraid so you know, three thousand people on a single day got caught jumping the border recently. And there's nothing that they're proposing meaning Nancy or Chuck that is gonna fix that. Anyway, Jim Jordan of freedom caucus member with us, by the way, our to Sean Hannity show, eight hundred nine four one Sean our toll-free telephone number. What'd you think of the president's? Exchange with Pelosi Schumer today. Sean, I loved it. I I mean, this is this is why the American people elected this guy president because he is standing firm and going to it's not about a shutdown. It's about doing what we said doing what we call the voters. We were gonna do in wonder central promises. Made the twenty six th campaign is that we were going to build a border security while we were gonna get control the border, and the president is standing for that we took a position as a freedom caucus last night that we will only think about supporting this this big spending Bill if in fact, we do what the president said today. So I thought it was great. And I think the American people think the same thing. Well, look, you know, he pointed out that you know, it everywhere. The wall is it's one hundred percent certainty. We stop all illegal immigration. Also, it's good. We we saw a potential catastrophe building with the caravan as much as if what happened at the southern border of Mexico, and it was attempted up. Here had happened up here. And we didn't have the means to stop them. Then at that point, it becomes unlimited illegal immigration into the country. And also, you know, it was bad enough to watch rocks and bottles being thrown at our ice guys and the border patrol people. But it was happening right before eyes. Yeah. The the person is so this is common sense in the president is standing strong for commonsense reform here. Build a wall and reform our asylum law stopped the catch and release change are assignable. And if you do those two things this caravan phenomenon that we've watched the last several weeks. That's how you deal with it. That's how you send the right message. That's how you have orderly legal immigration. Not what we've been seeing the last several weeks with this caravan and the attempts to try to get over the wall under the wall through the fence all the things you're trying to do. So I again, I I love what the president. Did he stood firm there? And I think this is where we gotta be stand firm for doing what we told the American people. We're going to do more importantly what they elected us to do any insight as to what's going on with Mark meadows. I keep reading his name all over the place is a potential candidate. But chief-of-staff, which I'm sure you would probably like is then it's a coup for you. And. And you'd be probably back in the driver's seat. Well, as chairman, you are the chairman, right? But you lost your chairmanship. You're the honorary number you know, you can only on bets into freedom. The only people I honestly, I won't tell you one person. That is impressing me more and more is Lindsey Graham, Lindsey Graham said no, this is a fight. We're going to have in the president's gonna win. And he's right. We have to win it because if not this never goes away, and it's interesting to watch the Democrats. There's nothing that apparently that the president would offer them that they would take because they so desperately want to just say no to him and not be seen as as making any deals with this president. So that means no progress at all for the country follow up on that doesn't matter. What the presents for their against it. You played the montage there at the front end where it shows all the things they said before now, therefore the borderless hemisphere is their candidate for president said twenty sixteen there for abolishing is. So they've changed about to your first question. Mark meadows would be a tremendous cheapest app. I hate to lose him on Capitol Hill because he's my best friend up here. But he would be great for the president. If that's who the president chooses. I think the country and the president and. You know, entire nation is well served if that's who he picks, but on this immigration issue. With Lindsay Senator Graham is exactly right Stanford. Mr President Stanford. Let's get this done on. Now, we got a few weeks left. But we both houses, let's make it happen. Mitch McConnell saying that he's going to go forward. How do you feel about the prison reform Bill I interviewed Jared Kushner last night, the one thing that bothered me is one part that Tom cotton had been pointing out. There can't be any possibility that any violent felons are released as part of that deal. But on the other hand, I do you. Remember Alice Marie Johnson. The woman when she had her sentence commuted by the president. She comes out of prison twenty plus years in prison, one time, offender droid a drug drug deal, and she got out, and she said something that I thought was amazing. She said, I thank you to the president, thanks to the country. And then she went on and said, I'm never gonna let you down. Thank you for giving me a second chance. And then I ain't got a chance to interviewer, and she's as lovely or more lovely impersonal. Yep. Yep. We have to find those people that deserve that second chance. And maybe even transform the use of the pardon power of the president. I love to see that. Exactly. We're all Anita. God's grace. If you do something wrong, you're gonna have to serve your time. But while you're in prison. Let's let's get you the training the help that you need. So that when you get out you can you can you can go on with your life and get that second chance, and I know Jared has been working hard on this. We think this is the kind of legislation that makes sense. There was some concern to Senator cotton race. I think there's are being addressed. We had Mike at our freedom caucus meeting last night, Mike finish strong proponent of this legislation. So I I again, I think in the team has done a lot of good work. And let's see if we can get this thing done. And I think we can all right. So let's imagine I I was a little concerned, and I heard Nadler and some others saying we're going to end the deep state investigation almost immediately. There's no point. So we all knew that was going to happen. However, we now we we have the testimony of were you were you in the testimony when Comi gave it lasts. Heck? Yeah. Okay. And James Comey, literally say he said in that meeting. Well, first of all he said, I don't remember of some two hundred and fifty times put that aside. He never vetted the dossier. We already knew it. But now he's on record saying, they never vetted the dossier. But he put his signature to write and Sal. Rod Rosenstein did. Right. Yeah. Well, I I think it's even worse, Sean, he didn't know anything about Christopher Steele. So it's one thing to take his work. You don't know anything about the work product the guy who wrote the work product that you took to the court to get the warrant. He never talked to Christopher Steele didn't Christopher Steele was meeting with Bruce or top Justice department official. Didn't know that Bruce was passing. Christie's information to the FBI didn't know that they had terminated Christopher Steele. Didn't know that Christopher Steele continue to give information to the FBI after he was terminated didn't know any of that. And yet takes his work product to the fisa court to get the warranty is the Trump campaign. That's the that was the biggest takeaway, I had you didn't know squat about the key guy. Who's work product was the basis for the whole darn thing. Have you heard about this Email chain, the John Solomon was reporting about there were there were three buckets that the president has talked about that he would unredacted and released to the American people bucket. One would be the FIS applications both the Nunez in Grassley Graham, memo's say that the bulk of information came from the dossier. That we now know they never vetted on top of that Christopher Steele has since, you know, distances own self from that by saying, I have no idea of any of it's true when he was threatened with perjury interrogatory in Great Britain. So, but then we want the three zero two's gang of eight. But there's also this Email letter chain Komi is on it. And what can you tell us about it? I asked him about it. He didn't know that was another one in his two hundred forty five. I don't know. So I did ask you about an Email chain relative to the fact that Christopher Steele. This is. This was in Mr. Solomons reporting. And I would basically Mr. Solomon is reporting that that Mr. Steele had met with reporters in September twenty sixteen prior to hit again, his dossier being taken to the fisa court is the basis for that for the Carter page by so.
Brother of Sinaloa Cartel leader testifies against 'El Chapo'
"Year. He pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. But instead of letting him leave court Suffolk police rearrested him at the request of immigration and customs enforcement, Chris done of the New York. Civil Liberties Union says the court found that violated state law because ice didn't give police a judicial warrant. No, New York state law enforcement official has any authority to arrest and detain an immigrant to delivered ice. Merely on the request device that practiced and not only in Suffolk County, but in Nassau County and all around the state. The ruling does not affect the immigrant in the lawsuit. Who is now in detention in New Jersey,
No charges against former NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman
"Attorney general for New York is not facing abuse charges. USA's? Chris Barnes reports. The special prosecutor appointed to investigate allegations that former new York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, physically abused women says she has closed the case without bringing criminal charges. Nassau County DA Madeline singers announcing her decision in a brief statement saying investigators did a quote exhaustive review, and she personally interviewed each woman who had accused of assault, but she says she concluded statute of limitations in other legal impediments made it impossible to charge Schneiderman Schneiderman saying he doesn't consider the decision exoneration saying in a statement, quote, I recognize the DA's decision. Not to prosecute is not mean, I have done nothing wrong. Adding, I accept full responsibility for my conduct for
"nassau county" Discussed on WTVN
"For our final news roundup and information overload people who enter the United States without our permission are illegal aliens and illegal aliens should not be treated the same people who entered the US legally president's decision to end DACA was heartless. And it was brainless when we use phrases like undocumented workers, we convey, a message to the American people that their government is not serious about combating illegal immigration, hundreds hundreds of thousands of families will be ripped apart. If you don't think it's illegal. You're not going to say, I think it is illegal and wrong. Ends of thousands of American businesses will lose hard, working employees. And the argument that the president is Americans don't want to do the work. We just can't find American workers to do the work because the president that is a crock. In many instances. It's just not in my view from decision. The end the DACA programmed was some eight hundred thousand young people is. Cruelest and most ugly presidential acts in the modern history of this country. I cannot think of one single act, which is uglier and more cruel. We've got to do several things than I am adamantly against Philippe. Immigrant people have to stop employing illegal immigrants come up to Westchester, Nassau County stand in the street corners on in Brooklyn or the Bronx. You're gonna see loads of people waiting to get picked up. Go do yard work and construction work in domestic work. You know, this is not a problem that the people were coming into the country are solely responsible for coming. If we didn't put them to work. My proposal will keep families together, and it will include a path to citizenship number of immigrants added to the labor force. Every year is of a magnitude not seen in this country for over a century. If this huge influx of mostly low skill workers provide some benefits to the economy. As a whole it also threatens to depress further the wages blue-collar Americans and put strains on an already overburdened safety net. Immigrants are the principal reason wages haven't gone up. There are those in the immigrants rights community who have argued passionately that. We should simply provide those were illegally would legal status, or at least ignore the laws on the books and put an end to deportation until we have better loss. But I believe such an indiscriminate approach would be both unwise and unfair. It would suggest to those thinking about coming here illegally that there will be no repercussions for such a decision. And this could lead to a surge in more illegal immigration. These are students their teachers their doctors.
"nassau county" Discussed on KTRH
"For our final news roundup and information overload people who enter the United States without our permission are illegal aliens and illegal aliens should not be treated the same as people who entered the US legally president's decision to end DACA was heartless, and it was brainless when we use phrases like undocumented workers, we convey, a message to the American people that their government is not serious about combating illegal immigration, hundreds hundreds of thousands of families will be ripped apart. If you don't think it's illegal. You're not going to say, I think it is illegal and wrong of thousands of American businesses will lose hard, working employees. And the argument damage the president is Americans don't want to do the work way. Just can't find American workers to do the work because the president that is a crock. In many instances. It's just not true in my view from decision. The end DACA program was some eight hundred thousand young people is the cruelest and most ugly presidential acts in the modern history of this country. I cannot think of one single act, which is ugly and more cruel. We've got to do several things than I am adamantly against illegal immigrant people have to stop employing illegal immigrants. To Westchester Goto ethic. Nassau County stand in the street corners in Brooklyn or the Bronx. You're gonna see loads of people waiting to get picked up to go do yard work and construction work in domestic work. You know, this is not a problem that the people were coming into the country are solely responsible for coming. If we didn't put them to work. My proposal we'll keep families together. And it will include a path to set us in a number of immigrants added to the labor force every year is of a magnitude not seen in this country for over a century. If this huge influx of mostly low skill workers provide some benefits to the economy as a whole it also threatens to depress further the wages blue-collar Americans. Put strains on an already overburdened safety net. Immigrants are the principal reason wages haven't gone up. There are those in the immigrants rights community who have argued passionately that. We should simply provide those were illegally would legal status. Or at least ignore the laws on the books and put an end to deportation until we have better loss. But I believe such an indiscriminate approach would be both unwise and unfair. Would suggest to those thinking about coming here illegally that there will be no repercussions for such a decision. And this could lead to a surge in more illegal immigration. These are students their teachers doctors lawyers..
"nassau county" Discussed on WTVN
"Ten WTVN. Me. Let me play the flip flopping Democrats on immigration see how they sound so much like Trump people who enter the United States without our permission are illegal aliens and illegal aliens should not be treated the same as people who entered the US legally president's decision to end DACA was heartless, and it was brainless when we use phrases like undocumented workers, we convey, a message to the American people that their government is not serious about combating illegal immigration, hundreds hundreds of thousands of families will be ripped apart. If you don't think it's illegal. You're not going to say, I think it is illegal and wrong. Ends of thousands of American businesses will lose hardworking employee's. And the argument them, it's the president is Americans. Don't want to do the work way. Just can't find American workers to do the work because the president that is a crock in many instances. It's just not true in my view. From decision. The end DACA program was some eight hundred thousand young people is the cruelest and most ugly presidential acts in the modern history of this country. I cannot think of one single act, which is uglier and more cruel. We've got to do several things than I am adamantly again Philippe immigrant people have to stop employees legal immigrants up to Westchester Nassau County. Stand in the street corners on in Brooklyn or the Bronx. You're gonna see loads of people waiting to get picked up do yard work and construction work in domestic work. You know, this is not a problem that the people who are coming into the country are solely responsible for coming. If we didn't put them to work. My proposal we'll keep families together. And it will include a path to set us in what a bunch of phony. All of them almost hardly maverick. Joe is an elegy. What's up? Joe? How are you? Glad you called, sir. Sean near the number one supporter of Donald Trump in the country. And I think he's the best present moral history. He needs to send troops down to stop this invasion. And I think you would agree with that. We just can't afford to take all these people in. We we have a twenty one trillion dollar debt. And so I hope that he will send troops down to stop this invasion of our country will be nice of Mexico did their job and Mexico would stop them in their country. And now they're trying to precipitate a crisis that could be really disastrous for everybody involved in this. And yet you keep reading reports that people are being well taken care of well-fed, food and water. You know, the goal is to get them up to a southern border. But what's after the seven thousand is going to be ten thousand more. Is it going to be one hundred thousand more what we know about anybody. That is in this caravan. You know, everybody come here because. Term wins. I think between and I've been saying this, and I believe it. I think between a horrible treatment of cavenaugh the elimination of due process in the presumption of innocence while they're silent on Keith Ellison, and they're silent on Cory Booker, and they're silent on Claire mccaskill husband between all of that hypocrisy and between the caravan and the mobs that were out all all over the place this weekend and the success and failure Obama's failure. Trump's success. I think that there's a lot to get people to get out and vote. We'll see what happens in fifteen days though, Joe. Thank you, eight hundred nine four one, Sean our number Brian is in Lexington Kentucky, Brian. How are you? And we're glad you called, sir. Yes, sir. I was calling about the migration in the rush on our border. And I wanna know your thoughts about who might be behind the scenes organizing is basically committing treason is that Trump could find out through the FBI, and maybe he needs to look into that. And find out. Who you know has doubt this big plan. Now that we know what's going on. Well, listen, we know what's going on. We know that you know, at the end of the day. We'll find out where the money comes from that supporting some of this. I understand, you know, America can't continue to support and prop up as the president has been saying all of these countries that we're giving a lot of aid to and they're gonna let people leave their country and come racing towards our border. I'm all for immigration, but it's got to be done orderly. It's got to be done legally. And you can't have what you know. You can't have seven thousand people just drop on our door and say take us in or we're horrible people, especially when the only place they can seek asylum is the first country, they get to that would be Mexico, and Mexico, obviously didn't have the will or desire to do anything in this case. Anyway, appreciate.
"nassau county" Discussed on 710 WOR
"More I think that's too much but you know what are you gonna do I mean you could make revenue rate so they should at least. Let you pert longer than sucks can I say it sucks come on in midtown meter rates will go from three fifty an hour to four fifty an hour for the first hour and seven fifty for the second drivers and core parts of the outer boroughs such as downtown Brooklyn flushing and Jamaica we'll see the current rate double. To two dollars an hour That's w o ours late time here five forty to check your roadways and to, do that we check in with Bernie vita good morning birdie eighty westbound is closed there's a crash investigation. Ongoing between exits sixty to the Garden State Parkway exit sixty one for Elmwood park look out for some heavy delays in to that point on the eastbound. Side expect rubbernecking slowdown route forty six hundred seventy, eight right now okay problems on the Whitestone expressway on the southbound side by Linden place at his exit fourteen a collision there is slowing down back from. Twentieth avenue exit fifteen northbound. You should be fine l. i-it's building. Up on the westbound side, through queens as, you approach street and over? On the, Grand Central look out for delays in both directions passing by LaGuardia Airport all's well on. Long Island just building up. A little bit on. The e westbound in Nassau County by Willis avenue as for New Jersey transit they already have five cancelled trains this morning so give yourself plenty of extra time if you take, NJIT our next traffic, updates coming up. In ten minutes on seven ten w. o. r. what the DC metropolitan police chief has to say after that kind of rally that happened. In DC yesterday that's on the. Way it's. Five forty one here and. Your first morning news series regular Joe contra joins Monsignor.
"nassau county" Discussed on Only Human
"Doctor Citron was there when the funding cut I turned to be willfully naive or out of the loop. So I didn't know was coming to an end, although I think that knowledge probably was available. I think what it became public to our patients. It was a couple of months before it actually close. There were still a clinic, but a lot of the time it was just one doctor seeing patients, no social workers. No nurse practitioners know infusion room and it was moved to a location that was kind of like hiding book in a library, moved to location wherever numerous other outpatient services were seeing patients. At the same time. I called up sickle cell specialists all over the country to talk to them about these centers and why they closed. They spoke about this decision in a way. I. I wasn't used to hearing doctors talk. They were frustrated. One doctor Johns Hopkins said, holy cow, what dumb idea. When you came here, how many people were working on cycle? So I was the director of myself Dr. Katharina Manetti is in charge of the sickle cell program at Mont. If your now she's been trying to build the clinic backup over the last few years. And I have dial you that my beige in here, the one that remember they still beg me and they said, Dr mini. Why don't we have them room? So you still have patients who talk about? Oh, I do. I do. I really do. Yes. I do have patient that they're still remember vividly the infusion room. What? What was it about that place that makes them like keep asking for it to come back? I while it was immediate access to care. Secondly, was the sense of home that would not be judged or mistreated or considered addicts. Dr. Minniti says that I h d funded these centers because it wanted to research better treatments for sickle cell. Even a cure, but you cannot do research without care. That's what this fundamental doin their stamp. A decade after these centers closed, here's where things stand according to the most recent data. We have the median age of death for adults with sickle cell hasn't changed for four decades. Men die around age forty one women die couple of years. Later doctors can't be sure, but I think it's because comprehensive care is so hard to find. Cassandra Dopson that nurse who wants treated prodigy. She remember seeing him one last time. She says he just collapsed on stage during a show. And I remember saying to him, why don't you develop an organization where you are the manager and you get other people that don't have to saying you don't have to sink 'cause you're gonna get dehydrated, you're gonna be sweating like a horse. You're gonna be trying to run around those stage singing and you're gonna collapse. I remember saying that to him because you become so dehydrated. So you are worried about his health when he was storing that? Definitely. 'cause I know that he was on toward like hundreds of lay days a year Lee? Yes. And that's one thing you cannot do you have psycho. He a set that he loved what he was doing. Any did say that he loved music. He loved rapidly sending a message to the world. I think the message could have been. Send on a different platform. You know, without you trying to kill yourself. See worried about him, dying young, it it really. I was so heard when I heard that he died. I, I literally had to stop just praying and cried because he was in his forties. Is that young, it's for now for six out patients. It should not have happened. When prodigy died. All of Cassandra's concerns came true, but that's not where our story ends, not yet because in two thousand eight, just as all these centers were closing, changing the lives of countless sickle cell patients that same year prodigies life was also turned upside down. Next time on the real nece prodigies up north trip. The real production of WNYC's studios hosted by me, Christopher Johnson and Mary Harris, our editors Christopher worth..
"nassau county" Discussed on Only Human
"So I did know off him, but I didn't know who he was like, I'm not a rap star Admira. Cassandra Dobson is a nurse who treated prodigy even gave me a CD to give to my daughter. And so when I gave it to my daughter h- you know, prodigy, I said, who is prodigy. What is wrong with him? Why the hospital? I never told her confidentiality. She does. He have sick, and I said, I don't know. I cannot discuss that with you. Prodigy was sent to Mont VR in the middle of that probation violation trial. This was one of just ten comprehensive care centers, Priscilla anemia in the country, and all of them were funded by the national institutes of health. These centers were established when Nixon signed the sickle cell anemia control act back in nineteen seventy-two Cassandra. She worked at this hospital for years. She ended up really liking prodigy just not the first time they met. He was so angry. I will never forget that. He literally took a table. You know, the nightstand the patient nightstand and just threw it at the door towards the physician and myself, and I went, oh, no, you're not gonna do that. I said, what is the problem? He was kind of on, you don't know what it's like. I have Sukosol disease. Wanna f me up, and I said, I realize you're may be in some pain, but this this is not how you show pain. That it help that you also have sickle cell ups. That's one thing I told him Cassandra herself was diagnosed with sickle cell when she was nine years old and I said, do you know I have sickle cell disease? Whose know what type do you have said? Well, I have the worst kind. I said, I think I have the same as you, you know, but you don't see me Karen on like that. This story about prodigy throwing table across the room under seems to have almost expected this kind of behavior from her sickle cell patients, some patients because they don't get the attention that they need from the healthcare workers will carry on in a manner that is not conducive for a normal person. So they will have these temper tantrum was like a two year old. They'll have a temper tantrum because I want what I want when I wanted, and you're not giving it to me, I'm this is what I want, and that's what he was going through..
"nassau county" Discussed on Only Human
"At this point. The judge seems to be the only person involved in this case who's actually arguing against prodigy. Again, this is in the court transcript. The judge says, quote, if the district attorney is not gonna object, I'm objecting and I'm sustaining my objection. Eventually, he ruled against prodigy sentenced him to one to three years in state prison. It just didn't make any sense to me except for the fact that was bias. Later prodigy would call this judge the most racist judge in Nassau County. Actually, he calls him Archie bunker, but you know, I asked Risco if racism is what she saw when she was in that courtroom and she shook her head, maybe he just thought the kid was full crap and let's face it. He was no angel. So I can't say why the judge acted that way can't say racism. It could have just been ageism. You know your rap on. I don't like rap. Risco says, just think about when this trial was taking place. It got started just as to pock was killed in Vegas. And by the time it finished biggie was dead to wrap wasn't exactly positive back. Then you might as well said, rap criminal. So it might not so much about race and more about he was rapper, and he was young. When this judge looked at prodigies medical records, he saw something really different than what Risco saw or what prodigies lawyer saw any of those lawyers arguing in front of him. So I asked someone else totally to translate these documents, Chris pain morphine. Court. You can read them. I was like, I don't think you can read it scratch, but I can read it. His name is Dr Wally Smith, Helen. Have you been treating sickle cell taking care of sickle cell says nineteen eighty four. Dr Smith researches sickle cell. Any takes care of about four hundred patients at Virginia Commonwealth university. He the early ones seemed to just say walkout just what that meant. Walkout can read that word left AMA that means he left against medical advice. So in these records, you really can see inside piece body. He keeps getting these bone scans scans clavicle his left leg, his right arm. All of these bones are severely damaged. He has what's called fishmeal vertebra which is when your backbone is literally wearing away. One doctor told me like it's kind of like they're, they're rotting. Yes, that's a good word. Rotting is a very good word truly is curry in every long bone all over the body. I asked while I explained just what was going on here. And he said, you can think about what's going on in peace body, sort of like a heart attack. But in your bones, it makes no oxygen is getting to the bone, so deep. AAC Mark. Marquardt Lewis game is what leads to heart attack. This could be thought of as a bone attack. It's just no pain. Mike you've ever had before. It's knowing deep doesn't go away until the schema itself goes away that can take days to weeks. Peers also getting something called acute chest syndrome. This is one of the worst side effects of sickle cell. It's actually one of the leading causes of death in sickle cell patients who are his age. Acute chest is basically a crisis that occurs in the lung itself. The blood vessels of the lung essentially get sickled, but in them t- tell me about that. If he if you had four instances of acute chest, what does that mean? That's a, that's a harbinger of a bad. Thanks to come. Each one of those could have killed him. When you listen to prodigies music, one of the things I p is known for is being a storyteller, and then you look at these medical records and you see his body breaking down. It's a whole other story about prodigy that most of us don't know. Can we talk a little bit about, you know, at this time ninety five ninety six. He's early twenties twenty two. What is that time period like for someone with sickle cell is Phil. You know the first time I talked to Dr Smith, he told me that one of the biggest problems of being a young adult with sickle cell. Someone like prodigy at this age is that you're just not cute anymore. The way you.
"nassau county" Discussed on Only Human
"Dies in Las Vegas after a drive by shooting. I cried like my mother cry when Marvin Gaye died in their obituary. The New York Times called pock rapper who quote, unquote personified violence to pock spent years trading insults with east coast MC's begin puffy mostly but mob deep to even made fun of prodigy's sickle cell with his song him up. Don't want you got. Back the fuck up. You get smacked the puck up. When two pods died, mob, deep had just released their own track that aim straight for two parks head. Gotcha. Now you. K. get to get back in that house. Once again, this is basically a thinly-veiled diss track. It's aimed right at two park. They never actually say his name, but everybody knows who mob deep is talking about. When you back, died mob, deep, pulled the song off the radio out of respect for two pox family. And within a few days of all this prodigy shows up in a traffic court in Hempstead Long Island, it's the kind of place you're usually in and out of an day. But instead he got arrested, this is the moment that that probation violation finally caught up with him. So I got hired to deal with the violation of probation. That was the first case I had with him. Irv Cohen is a lawyer who represented prodigy in almost all of his adult criminal cases starting with this one. So we have these hearings indicates getting postponed postponed because prodigy kept getting sick and and occasionally when he's when we go to court, my client's not he's got their prodigy. Is not there because now he's back in the hospital again, even during the violation proceedings. Right. Well, apparently this pissed off the judge and that's where these medical records come in the ones we've found years later in that Brooklyn courthouse earth filed them because he wanted to prove that prodigy was too sick to show up to his probation visits and too sick to show up for court prodigy MRs. Hearing after hearing. And if you look at those court documents, you can see just how skeptical the judges about this whole case. Actually, let me just read to you from the transcript. The judge says, you know there has to be an end to this thing. When is that going to happen? Is it going to happen in my lifetime or your lifetime or the district attorney's lifetime? I actually actually remember the assistant district attorney helping me because she was not happy with what the judge was doing. This district attorney, the one who helped Irv. It was Risco. I didn't learn to laughter you supposed to. Have, I don't know, go along, I guess. On probation cases because you know it's really probation saying this person did wrong and you're supposed to do what probation asks, but. Put ever reasons. Just not my nature. No. Now risk was supposed to be prosecuting prodigy, but she saw those medical records all those hospital visits and she felt for him the judge didn't. And the judge was saying, I mean, I think having the second most of me was when he said, I read the medical records, and, and so I remember reading it said. Patients resting comfortably and the judge said. Oh, that meant he was faking before, and I said, no, it meant he was suffering before then. Now he's resting comfortably. He wanted me to use that as evidence that he was not in pain. Prodigies lawyer Irv tried one more tactic. He got a doctor up on the stand to testify about sickle cell, and he asked the physician if getting locked up could actually be dangerous for someone like prodigy. Now, the judge seems angry. He basically asks Risco to object, cheer members, thinking to herself. If you want to object, you come down, take a pay cut. And take my job and object. Otherwise, I'm going to do my job and you do yours, but I'm hoping I didn't say it out loud..
"nassau county" Discussed on Only Human
"Hey folks. Before we start, we wanted to check in about the language in the realness. You're going to hear some offensive words, especially f bombs and in bombs. Our team talked a lot about how to handle this. And in the end was struck a balance between recognising how loaded in -fensive that languages and telling prodigy story the way he told it, okay, here's our show. You know. People think you should be defense, attorneys, why you prosecute? Oh, you're, oh, sell out. This is this woman I met named Risco mentioned Louis. She spent years as a prosecutor out on Long Island. She's black. I've actually had a blog woman on a jury old black woman, smaller smile saying Hello, and she whispered in my ear you, you sell out you trade. That was that was funny. She don't owe me, so I don't care what she thinks. She's tough when you shake her hands. It's it's a real handshake. And she decided to become a prosecutor specifically because she wanted to be the person in power. Would you rather be the person begging full-power all the bid? The person can make the decision about power. I want to be the person who gets to weigh in. Risk made prodigy when he was just twenty two years old. She was prosecuting him for violating probation. A few years earlier had been arrested with a pistol in his pocket. Like you heard in our last episode, guns were starting to become a big part of prodigy's life. He was involved in a shooting at a record label. He was sneaking guns into nightclubs for this first arrest. He was sentenced as a youthful offender. All he had to do was make time to check in once a month with his probation officer, and he did that for a while. But then we got famous and then he stopped showing up. Is probation officer, put a warrant out for his arrest, and eventually prodigy ended in a courtroom sitting across from Risco is just an upcoming musician to me who could be big. Okay. I mean, but who then meaning to me, this is one of our first cases in county court. While we were talking at some point, she stared off in the middle distance craisins case came back to of talk to herself off Mike. Now. Just saying that to cases in my life that I recall this one and another trial I had that will kinda pivotal in my life. What makes you recall them both to the to the share anything. I think seeing the humanity of. The defendants. What Risco saw was prodigies medical records, physician's notes, blood tests, the number hospital visits. His lawyer had filed all of that with the court because he wanted to show that prodigy had been too sick to meet with his probation officer and when risk got a look at these documents, it totally changed the way she saw prodigy. I think as a pro, you know what it is prosecutor, you never get to see a person's life. I read about his illness. I read about him. Being in pain in the hospital? I read about him. Writhing in pain in the bed. I read about him. In a courthouse in downtown.
"nassau county" Discussed on Raised by TV
"In reverse they're gonna hit us no they're not they're gonna snow they're not you could die so quickly flying through the back window car that way that's so funny no do you think about how lakes i don't know if they have now but like school buses there's no seatbelts people are so particular about like child seats and then they'll throw them in this like giant tim can with somebody who's driving who's got nothing to lose we used to play a game on the bus called red light and the way red light worked is you started at the front of the bus just had to touch the red light at the back of the bus everyone was allowed to try to stop you and it was fucking brutal where did you grow up i grew up in long island actual island where where where where where the island of what town the south shore of nassau county a little town called belmore charlotte k my mother my mother went to bayside high you'll see by the bell sh party at the max for the gal that's nali kids party she lost her virginity to mario lopez put her on me speaking of should we may be transitioned we don't mean to cut you off art in but this game we're gonna play allow you to talk even more about childhoods love it so where pick your clip your goods and basically what it is that we pick all the people we'd wanted our group of friends from any show so like when we made our fantasy family in season we're making our fantasy sitcom or tv group of friends and we're following the traditional breakfast club breakdown of arc types so we have we have the brains frayn's the muscle the muscle the wildcard the beauty and then like the person you think you the person there's one more in there which i can't remember right now but what gets serial killer.
"nassau county" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And i heart radio station it's seventy four degrees at two o'clock good afternoon i'm rob dawson a small plane crashes in orange county police say to people are injured after a small plane went down near randall airport and near donelson town road north of i eighty four in middletown new york this happened at around nine fifteen this morning nbc new york's chopper four video shows the mangled yellow plane in the trees investigators have said if there are any more people on board or why the plane went down a man of cues stabbing a deacon at a long island halfway house is expected to be arraigned on a murder charge in nassau county police say andre patent of roosevelt was arrested in tennessee on an assault charge and despite his alias police found fingerprints turned up in the nci see records is possible subject that devi number pop up here justin clayton and then we just tracking justin clayton and found out it was in fact andre nassau county police a stephen fitzpatrick says the old patent is charged with second degree murder in the death of patrick watson who was a program manager at the anthony house the stabbing happened in november the killer way of volcano is threatening residents in hawaii with water earthquakes and dangerous gas governor david ige says the thirties are scrambling to keep the situation under control it is a difficult thing to watch lava flow is unpredictable not exactly certain what course it will take hundreds of people left their homes on the big island when lava began flowing from fissures on the volcano southern slope thursday residents say their steam coming out of the cracks and local fire officials say they've detected high levels of sulfur dioxide in the evacuation area dozens of earthquakes have also been rattling the area and yesterday the island was jolted by a magnitude six point nine quake its biggest since nineteen seventy five about fourteen thousand customers on the big island lost electricity after the quake a spokesman for hawaii electric says power has been restored only half the residence and end of the school year tradition is taking.
"nassau county" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Down the highway rally wis attell it worked huge ratings down one that got me on both ends the police came on nassau county police they came on foot and unclear and then they couldn't get the phone off my face because we had a duct tape to my head wireless the phone duct tape to day took me into a lick success long island and that was a nice holding cell a padded chair and stuff food they did handcuff to the wall so don't blood was running through my arm like i was like dying and my arm numb fourth time you were arrested was that was that martha stewart house right now the funny thing about being arrested martha stewart's house in westport connecticut was like they didn't really want to like cause a big star so they kind of read me and scotty be our rights right there at our house and then they wrote us disorderly conduct notrespassing didn't go to jail they that one they didn't take us to jail only been jail three times for us in the actual jail cell three times now this states to the states is this all on his records after certain amount of time i don't know happened so the way that the the attorneys explain it to me and everything that sorely conduct is really stay on your record per se phillip what happens is if you get pulled over in these towns your name will come up but it's not like for like robbery or an excellent or good that's you're.
"nassau county" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Twenty nine the corruption in nassau county is underway involving the former county executive republican conservative mangano jury has been selected opening remarks made and really kospi the defense attorney for mangano has said don't be surprised if i don't call mayor de blasio to the stand because my guy is now facing federal charges they could put him away for thirty years and yet he did exactly the same thing that comrade the blasio did with this restaurant tour name sing who not only greased mangano greece this wife but greece bill de blasio to and the question is is that it makes a lotta sense why does mangano get put on trial and his wife and meantime comrade bill de blasio got a chance to skate free when singing himself who is the lead federal witness and he will be testifying said he bride de blasio any bride mangano which is why i think the plot definitely thinkings and we'll see what happens because it sounds like there's a lot of justification for least calling the blasio to answer these questions to see if there's anything to it or not released to because there's these allegations out there french of the blasio that's why it's important to get it out and you happy to have contributed to his two campaigns you're given the easy pass of access to his administration because city hall has been for sale and he'll he's actually gone on record as saying well what a friends four if you help me you scratched my belly this is the bosnia well and also ready to come in upon me to try to scratch your belly but remember the campaign laws to are also such and that's why it was such an interesting decision that came down against a blasi on the last go round where they said even sivan's you know who they're they know each other said listen there was definitely ethical issues there are definitely problems here but it didn't rise to criminal violation those areas.