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"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

Chicago Dog Walk

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Chicago Dog Walk

"Along with the blood and the car there was germicide. There was bleach. There was wipes This is was a clear sign of an attempt to clean up. And when i say like they found blood in the car again when they found her she only had one point three tablespoons left in her body. The rest of her blood was not found. There's not like it wasn't soaked in blood so this was the with the germicide. The bleach the whites and everything was clearly tried to clean it up. Now this car belong to nathaniel rowland. Who was twenty four years old. And he was from clarendon county and rolan was i like i said he was taken into custody. He was immediately charged with kidnapping and murder. And so like. I said roland was from clarendon county. Now they met this all out and they see that samantha's body happens to be found about five miles from rowland's family home so now this makes sense to know why her phone was traveling up that way why she was found up way. You know sixty some miles from where she actually was and this actually they use Waiter they look at the cell phone paintings from both their cell phones to see to track their locations during this time With all of this so they like. I said they charged with kidnapping and murder. They immediately go to trial won't not immediately. They decided to go to trial. Trial began july twentieth of this year. So like last month not even to a couple of weeks ago now. The trial lasted about a week or so and during the duration of the trial and a lot of information and details. Evidence came out where it was again. We have this kind of situation where it's kind of a who done it but we know who did it right. So why would it be kind of just because they have. They still have to prove that. Even though we've got all this evidence it's all you know somewhat circumstantial because in this actually aids in the defense side on roland and because prosecution actually brings a total of almost three dozen witnesses to the stance experts. You know e you name it. The defense brings none not a not a super great sign now. The murder weapon again was presented to be that knife which had been found with samantha's blood on it and this was found so the the the cleaning supplies that were found in his car. Obviously there is blood fund on his car then in a trash behind a friend's house There was herb behind his girlfriend's house. Rowlands girlfriend's house trash came behind it. There was You know bloody brags buddy like bloody evidence..

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"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"For other related charges. In South Carolina a judge sentenced Nathaniel Rowland to life in prison for murdering and kidnapping university of South Carolina student Samantha josephson in March 2019 21 year old josephson got into the killer's car after mistaking it for an Uber and was later found dead in the Woods. Democratic Party donor and political activist Ed buck has been found guilty on 9 felonies including running a drug house and injecting two gay black men with methamphetamine who then died of an overdose 26 year old general Moore died in 2017 and 55 year old Timothy dean died in 2019. Buck was arrested two years ago after a third man overdosed on methamphetamine that is apartment. That man survived. Black LGBTQ+ activists and the family members of the men who died had for months been calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against Bach accusing him of being a sexual predator. Bug faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years in prison with a maximum life sentence. A new investigation by The Associated Press revealed a number of Ku Klux Klan members are working inside the Florida Department of Corrections. The revelation came as part of an investigation into a failed KKK plot in 2015 to murder a black man. The murder was planned as revenge for a fight in which black person or Warren Williams bid a white guard Thomas driver. The FBI was able to stop the plot. Instead staging the murder after an informant infiltrated the terror group tens of thousands of Americans are believed to belong to extremist white supremacist groups including the Klan. The FBI said such groups represent the greatest domestic terror threat here in the United States. A ProPublica study found that immigration prosecutors are continuing to deport people who are not considered a threat to public safety despite a Biden administration policy instructing them to postpone or drop such cases. But the policy is carried out at the prosecutor's discretion making it difficult to challenge. This comes as immigrant justice advocates are denouncing the Biden administration for the growing number of jail immigrants and asylum seekers. As of mid July over 27,000 people are being held in ice jails as advocates warn detentions have nearly doubled under Biden. The closely watched democratic congressional primary in Ohio to fill the seat of Marcia fudge is less than a week away. The race pits Nina Turner who served as Bernie Sanders campaign co chair. Again Chantal Brown the chairwoman of the cuyahoga county Democratic Party. On Tuesday the women's march through its support behind Nina Turner in its first ever electoral endorsement. It came one day after warrensville heights council member Walter Stewart announced he was switching his support from Brown to Turner. Nita Turner is the one that's going to take us and who has the vision the know how the experience and she has this opportunity at heart to carry us forward. Over the weekend Congress member Alexandra casio Cortez campaigned in Ohio for Nina Turner who also just picked up the endorsement of Congress member Jamie Raskin. Chantel Brown has received the backing of Hillary Clinton and the congressional black caucus political action committee. And in a special election in Texas yesterday voters rejected a Trump endorse candidate and elected another Republican state representative Jake lz to the U.S. House. LZ ran an anti immigration campaign and called himself a Reagan Republican. He ran against Susan Wright the widow of the former congressman Ron Wright who died this year from COVID-19 leaving open his seat in Texas sex congressional district. And those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I'm Amy Goodman in New York joined by democracy now co host one Gonzalez in New Brunswick New Jersey haiwan. Hi Amy and welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world. Well the House of Representatives select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. Hold its first hearing Tuesday. And her testimony from four police officers who were attacked by Trump supporters while defending the capitol. The committee's made up of 7 Democrats and two Republicans Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger. Both of whom voted to impeach Trump for his role in instigating the assault on the capitol. Last week House minority leader Kevin McCarthy pulled all his recommended committee members 5 of them after House speaker Nancy Pelosi veto two of his picks. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gonal spoke first during the insurrection. He was beaten with a flagpole and attacked with chemical spray. Canal is a Dominican immigrant who served in the U.S. Army in Iraq. While we were subjected was like something from a medieval battle we forehand to him inch by inch to prevent an invasion of the care provided by intent on subverting our democratic process. My fellow officers and I were committed to not letting any writers breach the capital. It was a prolonged and desperate struggle. The writers attempted to breach the capital were shouting Trump send us. Pick the right side. We want Trump. I believe her officers screaming in agony and pain just an arm left from me. I didn't know at that time that was officer Hodges. And he's here today to testify. I too was being crushed by the writers. I could feel my myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself this is how I'm going to die defending this entrance. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gunnel testifying Tuesday before the House select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. During his testimony Gino referenced D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges who also testified at the hearing describing how Trump supporters almost crushed him to death. On my left was a man with a clear ride shield stolen during the assault. He slammed it against me and with all the weight of the body is pushing behind him trapped me. My arms were pinned and effectively useless trapped against either the shield on my left or the door frame on my right. With my posture granting me no functional strength or freedom of movement. I was effectively defenseless. And gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob. Directly in front of me a man seized the opportunity of my vulnerability. Grabbed the front of my gas mask and used it to beat my head against the door. He switched to pulling it off my head the strap stretching against my skull and straining my neck. He never entered uttered any words I recognized but opted instead for guttural screams. I remember filming at the mouth. He also put his cell phone as mouths so they had both fans free to assault me. Eventually he succeeded in stripping away my gas mask and a new rush of exposure to CS and OC spray hit me. The mob of terrorists were coordinating their efforts now shouting heave Ho. As a synchronized pushing their weight forward crushing me further against the metal door frame. The man in front of me grabbed my baton that I still held in my hands. And my current state I was unable to retain my weapon. He bashed me in the head and faced with a rupturing my lip and adding additional injury to my skull. That was D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges. And this is Mike phenom who is also an officer with the D.C. Metropolitan Police. He suffered a heart.

Nina Turner Biden administration Nathaniel Rowland Samantha josephson Ed buck Timothy dean Warren Williams Marcia fudge Chantal Brown cuyahoga county Democratic Par U.S. capitol police FBI warrensville heights council Walter Stewart Nita Turner Trump Alexandra casio Cortez Florida Department of Correcti Jamie Raskin josephson
"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"For other related charges. In South Carolina a judge sentenced Nathaniel Rowland to life in prison for murdering and kidnapping university of South Carolina student Samantha josephson in March 2019 21 year old josephson got into the killer's car after mistaking it for an Uber and was later found dead in the Woods. Democratic Party donor and political activist Ed buck has been found guilty on 9 felonies including running a drug house and injecting two gay black men with methamphetamine who then died of an overdose 26 year old general Moore died in 2017 and 55 year old Timothy dean died in 2019. Buck was arrested two years ago after a third man overdosed on methamphetamine that is apartment. That man survived. Black LGBTQ+ activists and the family members of the men who died had for months been calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against Bach accusing him of being a sexual predator. Buck face is a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years in prison with a maximum life sentence. A new investigation by The Associated Press revealed a number of Ku Klux Klan members are working inside the Florida Department of Corrections. The revelation came as part of an investigation into a failed KKK plot in 2015 to murder a black man. The murder was planned as revenge for a fight in which black person or Warren Williams bid a white guard Thomas driver. The FBI was able to stop the plot. Instead staging the murder after an informant infiltrated the terror group tens of thousands of Americans are believed to belong to extremist white supremacist groups including the clan the FBI said such groups represent the greatest domestic terror threat here in the United States. A ProPublica study found that immigration prosecutors are continuing to deport people who are not considered a threat to public safety despite a Biden administration policy instructing them to postpone or drop such cases. But the policy is carried out at the prosecutor's discretion making it difficult to challenge. This comes as immigrant justice advocates are denouncing the Biden administration for the growing number of jail immigrants and asylum seekers. As of mid July over 27,000 people are being held in ice jails as advocates warn detentions have nearly doubled under Biden. The closely watched democratic congressional primary in Ohio to fill the seat of Marcia fudge is less than a week away. The race pits Nina Turner who served as Bernie Sanders campaign co chair. Again Chantal Brown the chairwoman of the cuyahoga county Democratic Party. On Tuesday the women's march through its support behind Nina Turner in its first ever electoral endorsement. It came one day after warrensville heights council member Walter Stewart announced he was switching his support from Brown to Turner. Nita Turner is the one that's going to take us and who has the vision the know how the experience and she has this opportunity at heart to carry us forward. Over the weekend Congress member Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez campaigned in Ohio for Nina Turner who also just picked up the endorsement of Congress member Jamie Raskin. Chantel Brown has received the backing of Hillary Clinton and the congressional black caucus political action committee. And in a special election in Texas yesterday voters rejected a Trump endorse candidate and elected another Republican state representative Jake lz to the U.S. House. LZ ran an anti immigration campaign and called himself a Reagan Republican. He ran against Susan Wright the widow of the former Congress member Ron Wright who died this year from COVID-19 leaving open his seat in Texas sex congressional district. And those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I'm Amy Goodman in New York joined by democracy now co host one Gonzalez in New Brunswick New Jersey haiwan. Hi Amy and welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world. Well the House of Representatives select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. Hold its first hearing Tuesday. And her testimony from four police officers who were attacked by Trump supporters while defending the capitol. The committee's made up of 7 Democrats and two Republicans Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger. Both of whom voted to impeach Trump for his role in instigating the assault on the capital. Last week House minority leader Kevin McCarthy pulled all his recommended committee members 5 of them after House speaker Nancy Pelosi vetoed two of his picks. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gonal spoke first during the insurrection. He was beaten with a flagpole and attacked with chemical spray. Canal is a Dominican immigrant who served in the U.S. Army in Iraq. While we were subjected was like something from a medieval bottle we forehand to him inch by inch to prevent an invasion of the care provided intent on subordinating our democratic process. My fellow officers and I were committed to not letting any writers breach the capital. It was a prolonged and desperate struggle. The writers attempted to breach the capital were shouting Trump send us. Pick the right side. We want Trump. I baby her officers screaming in agony and pain just an arm left from me. I didn't know at that time that was officer Hodges. And he's here today to testify. I too was being crushed by the writers. I could feel my myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself this is how I'm going to die defending this entrance. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gunnel testifying Tuesday before the House select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. During his testimony Gino referenced D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges who also testified at the hearing describing how Trump supporters almost crushed him to death. On my left was a man with a clear ride shield stolen during the assault. He slammed it against me and with all the weight of the body is pushing behind him trapped me. My arms were pinned and effectively useless trapped against either the shield on my left or the door frame on my right. With my posture granting me no functional strength or freedom of movement. I was effectively defenseless. And gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob. Directly in front of me a man seized the opportunity of my vulnerability. Grabbed the front of my gas mask and used it to beat my head against the door. He switched to pulling it off my head the strap stretching against my skull and straining my neck. He never entered uttered any words I recognized but opted instead for guttural screams. I remember him foaming at the mouth. He also put his cell phone as mouths so they had both fans free to assault me. Eventually he succeeded in stripping away my gas mask and a new rush of exposure to CS and OC spray hit me. The mob of terrorists were coordinating their efforts now shouting heave Ho. As a synchronized pushing their weight forward crushingly further against the metal door frame. The man in front of me grabbed my baton that I still held in my hands. And my current state I was unable to retain my weapon. He bashed me in the head and faced with rupturing my lip and adding additional injury to my skull. That was D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges. And this is Mike phenom who is also an officer with the D.C. Metropolitan Police. He suffered a heart.

Nina Turner Biden administration Nathaniel Rowland Samantha josephson Ed buck Timothy dean Warren Williams Buck Marcia fudge Chantal Brown cuyahoga county Democratic Par U.S. capitol police FBI warrensville heights council Walter Stewart Nita Turner Trump Alexandria Ocasio Florida Department of Correcti Jamie Raskin
"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"For other related charges. In South Carolina a judge sentenced Nathaniel Rowland to life in prison for murdering and kidnapping university of South Carolina student Samantha josephson in March 2019 21 year old josephson got into the killer's car after mistaking it for an Uber and was later found dead in the Woods. Democratic Party donor and political activist Ed buck has been found guilty on 9 felonies including running a drug house and injecting two gay black men with methamphetamine who then died of an overdose 26 year old general Moore died in 2017 and 55 year old Timothy dean died in 2019. Buck was arrested two years ago after a third man overdosed on methamphetamine that is apartment. That man survived. Black LGBTQ+ activists and the family members of the men who died had for months been calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against Bach accusing him of being a sexual predator. Bug faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years in prison with a maximum life sentence. A new investigation by The Associated Press revealed a number of Ku Klux Klan members are working inside the Florida Department of Corrections. The revelation came as part of an investigation into a failed KKK plot in 2015 to murder a black man. The murder was planned as revenge for a fight in which black person or Warren Williams bid a white guard Thomas driver. The FBI was able to stop the plot. Instead staging the murder after an informant infiltrated the terror group tens of thousands of Americans are believed to belong to extremist white supremacist groups including the Klan. The FBI said such groups represent the greatest domestic terror threat here in the United States. A ProPublica study found that immigration prosecutors are continuing to deport people who are not considered a threat to public safety despite a Biden administration policy instructing them to postpone or drop such cases. But the policy is carried out at the prosecutor's discretion making it difficult to challenge. This comes as immigrant justice advocates are denouncing the Biden administration for the growing number of jail immigrants and asylum seekers. As of mid July over 27,000 people are being held in ice jails as advocates warn detentions have nearly doubled under Biden. The closely watched democratic congressional primary in Ohio to fill the seat of Marcia fudge is less than a week away. The race pits Nina Turner who served as Bernie Sanders campaign co chair. Again Chantal Brown the chairwoman of the cuyahoga county Democratic Party. On Tuesday the women's march through its support behind Nina Turner in its first ever electoral endorsement. It came one day after warrensville heights council member Walter Stewart announced he was switching his support from Brown to Turner. Nita Turner is the one that's going to take us and who has the vision the know how the experience and she has this opportunity at heart to carry us forward. Over the weekend Congress member Alexandra casio Cortez campaigned in Ohio for Nina Turner who also just picked up the endorsement of Congress member Jamie Raskin. Chantel Brown has received the backing of Hillary Clinton and the congressional black caucus political action committee. And in a special election in Texas yesterday voters rejected a Trump endorse candidate and elected another Republican state representative Jake lz to the U.S. House. LZ ran an anti immigration campaign and called himself a Reagan Republican. He ran against Susan Wright the widow of the former congressman Ron Wright who died this year from COVID-19 leaving open his seat in Texas sex congressional district. And those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I'm Amy Goodman in New York joined by democracy now co host one Gonzalez in New Brunswick New Jersey haiwan. Hi Amy and welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world. Well the House of Representatives select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. Hold its first hearing Tuesday. And her testimony from four police officers who were attacked by Trump supporters while defending the capitol. The committee's made up of 7 Democrats and two Republicans Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger. Both of whom voted to impeach Trump for his role in instigating the assault on the capitol. Last week House minority leader Kevin McCarthy pulled all his recommended committee members 5 of them after House speaker Nancy Pelosi veto two of his picks. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gonal spoke first during the insurrection. He was beaten with a flagpole and attacked with chemical spray. Canal is a Dominican immigrant who served in the U.S. Army in Iraq. While we were subjected was like something from a medieval battle we forehand to him inch by inch to prevent an invasion of the care provided by intent on subverting our democratic process. My fellow officers and I were committed to not letting any writers breach the capital. It was a prolonged and desperate struggle. The writers attempted to breach the capital were shouting Trump send us. Pick the right side. We want Trump. I believe her officers screaming in agony and pain just an arm left from me. I didn't know at that time that was officer Hodges. And he's here today to testify. I too was being crushed by the writers. I could feel my myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself this is how I'm going to die defending this entrance. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gunnel testifying Tuesday before the House select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. During his testimony Gino referenced D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges who also testified at the hearing describing how Trump supporters almost crushed him to death. On my left was a man with a clear ride shield stolen during the assault. He slammed it against me and with all the weight of the body is pushing behind him trapped me. My arms were pinned and effectively useless trapped against either the shield on my left or the door frame on my right. With my posture granting me no functional strength or freedom of movement. I was effectively defenseless. And gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob. Directly in front of me a man seized the opportunity of my vulnerability. Grabbed the front of my gas mask and used it to beat my head against the door. He switched to pulling it off my head the strap stretching against my skull and straining my neck. He never entered uttered any words I recognized but opted instead for guttural screams. I remember filming at the mouth. He also put his cell phone as mouths so they had both fans free to assault me. Eventually he succeeded in stripping away my gas mask and a new rush of exposure to CS and OC spray hit me. The mob of terrorists were coordinating their efforts now shouting heave Ho. As a synchronized pushing their weight forward crushing me further against the metal door frame. The man in front of me grabbed my baton that I still held in my hands. And my current state I was unable to retain my weapon. He bashed me in the head and faced with a rupturing my lip and adding additional injury to my skull. That was D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges. And this is Mike phenom who is also an officer with the D.C. Metropolitan Police. He suffered a heart.

Nina Turner Biden administration Nathaniel Rowland Samantha josephson Ed buck Timothy dean Warren Williams Marcia fudge Chantal Brown cuyahoga county Democratic Par U.S. capitol police FBI warrensville heights council Walter Stewart Nita Turner Trump Alexandra casio Cortez Florida Department of Correcti Jamie Raskin josephson
"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"For other related charges. In South Carolina a judge sentenced Nathaniel Rowland to life in prison for murdering and kidnapping university of South Carolina student Samantha josephson in March 2019 21 year old josephson got into the killer's car after mistaking it for an Uber and was later found dead in the Woods. Democratic Party donor and political activist Ed buck has been found guilty on 9 felonies including running a drug house and injecting two gay black men with methamphetamine who then died of an overdose 26 year old general Moore died in 2017 and 55 year old Timothy dean died in 2019. Buck was arrested two years ago after a third man overdosed on methamphetamine that is apartment. That man survived. Black LGBTQ+ activists and the family members of the men who died had for months been calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against Bach accusing him of being a sexual predator. Bug faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years in prison with a maximum life sentence. A new investigation by The Associated Press revealed a number of Ku Klux Klan members are working inside the Florida Department of Corrections. The revelation came as part of an investigation into a failed KKK plot in 2015 to murder a black man. The murder was planned as revenge for a fight in which black person or Warren Williams bid a white guard Thomas driver. The FBI was able to stop the plot. Instead staging the murder after an informant infiltrated the terror group tens of thousands of Americans are believed to belong to extremist white supremacist groups including the Klan. The FBI said such groups represent the greatest domestic terror threat here in the United States. A ProPublica study found that immigration prosecutors are continuing to deport people who are not considered a threat to public safety despite a Biden administration policy instructing them to postpone or drop such cases. But the policy is carried out at the prosecutor's discretion making it difficult to challenge. This comes as immigrant justice advocates are denouncing the Biden administration for the growing number of jail immigrants and asylum seekers. As of mid July over 27,000 people are being held in ice jails as advocates warn detentions have nearly doubled under Biden. The closely watched democratic congressional primary in Ohio to fill the seat of Marcia fudge is less than a week away. The race pits Nina Turner who served as Bernie Sanders campaign co chair. Again Chantal Brown the chairwoman of the cuyahoga county Democratic Party. On Tuesday the women's march through its support behind Nina Turner in its first ever electoral endorsement. It came one day after warrensville heights council member Walter Stewart announced he was switching his support from Brown to Turner. Nita Turner is the one that's going to take us and who has the vision the know how the experience and she has this opportunity at heart to carry us forward. Over the weekend Congress member Alexandra casio Cortez campaigned in Ohio for Nina Turner who also just picked up the endorsement of Congress member Jamie Raskin. Chantel Brown has received the backing of Hillary Clinton and the congressional black caucus political action committee. And in a special election in Texas yesterday voters rejected a Trump endorse candidate and elected another Republican state representative Jake lz to the U.S. House. LZ ran an anti immigration campaign and called himself a Reagan Republican. He ran against Susan Wright the widow of the former congressman Ron Wright who died this year from COVID-19 leaving open his seat in Texas sex congressional district. And those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I'm Amy Goodman in New York joined by democracy now co host one Gonzalez in New Brunswick New Jersey haiwan. Hi Amy and welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world. Well the House of Representatives select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. Hold its first hearing Tuesday. And her testimony from four police officers who were attacked by Trump supporters while defending the capitol. The committee's made up of 7 Democrats and two Republicans Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger. Both of whom voted to impeach Trump for his role in instigating the assault on the capitol. Last week House minority leader Kevin McCarthy pulled all his recommended committee members 5 of them after House speaker Nancy Pelosi veto two of his picks. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gonal spoke first during the insurrection. He was beaten with a flagpole and attacked with chemical spray. Canal is a Dominican immigrant who served in the U.S. Army in Iraq. While we were subjected was like something from a medieval battle we forehand to him inch by inch to prevent an invasion of the care provided by intent on subverting our democratic process. My fellow officers and I were committed to not letting any writers breach the capital. It was a prolonged and desperate struggle. The writers attempted to breach the capital were shouting Trump send us. Pick the right side. We want Trump. I believe her officers screaming in agony and pain just an arm left from me. I didn't know at that time that was officer Hodges. And he's here today to testify. I too was being crushed by the writers. I could feel my myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself this is how I'm going to die defending this entrance. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gunnel testifying Tuesday before the House select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. During his testimony Gino referenced D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges who also testified at the hearing describing how Trump supporters almost crushed him to death. On my left was a man with a clear ride shield stolen during the assault. He slammed it against me and with all the weight of the body is pushing behind him trapped me. My arms were pinned and effectively useless trapped against either the shield on my left or the door frame on my right. With my posture granting me no functional strength or freedom of movement. I was effectively defenseless. And gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob. Directly in front of me a man seized the opportunity of my vulnerability. Grabbed the front of my gas mask and used it to beat my head against the door. He switched to pulling it off my head the strap stretching against my skull and straining my neck. He never entered uttered any words I recognized but opted instead for guttural screams. I remember filming at the mouth. He also put his cell phone as mouths so they had both fans free to assault me. Eventually he succeeded in stripping away my gas mask and a new rush of exposure to CS and OC spray hit me. The mob of terrorists were coordinating their efforts now shouting heave Ho. As a synchronized pushing their weight forward crushing me further against the metal door frame. The man in front of me grabbed my baton that I still held in my hands. And my current state I was unable to retain my weapon. He bashed me in the head and faced with a rupturing my lip and adding additional injury to my skull. That was D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges. And this is Mike phenom who is also an officer with the D.C. Metropolitan Police. He suffered a heart.

Nina Turner Biden administration Nathaniel Rowland Samantha josephson Ed buck Timothy dean Warren Williams Marcia fudge Chantal Brown cuyahoga county Democratic Par U.S. capitol police FBI warrensville heights council Walter Stewart Nita Turner Trump Alexandra casio Cortez Florida Department of Correcti Jamie Raskin josephson
"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"For other related charges. In South Carolina a judge sentenced Nathaniel Rowland to life in prison for murdering and kidnapping university of South Carolina student Samantha josephson in March 2019 21 year old josephson got into the killer's car after mistaking it for an Uber and was later found dead in the Woods. Democratic Party donor and political activist Ed buck has been found guilty on 9 felonies including running a drug house and injecting two gay black men with methamphetamine who then died of an overdose 26 year old general Moore died in 2017 and 55 year old Timothy dean died in 2019. Buck was arrested two years ago after a third man overdosed on methamphetamine that is apartment. That man survived. Black LGBTQ+ activists and the family members of the men who died had for months been calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against Bach accusing him of being a sexual predator. Bug faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years in prison with a maximum life sentence. A new investigation by The Associated Press revealed a number of Ku Klux Klan members are working inside the Florida Department of Corrections. The revelation came as part of an investigation into a failed KKK plot in 2015 to murder a black man. The murder was planned as revenge for a fight in which black person or Warren Williams bid a white guard Thomas driver. The FBI was able to stop the plot. Instead staging the murder after an informant infiltrated the terror group tens of thousands of Americans are believed to belong to extremist white supremacist groups including the Klan. The FBI said such groups represent the greatest domestic terror threat here in the United States. A ProPublica study found that immigration prosecutors are continuing to deport people who are not considered a threat to public safety despite a Biden administration policy instructing them to postpone or drop such cases. But the policy is carried out at the prosecutor's discretion making it difficult to challenge. This comes as immigrant justice advocates are denouncing the Biden administration for the growing number of jail immigrants and asylum seekers. As of mid July over 27,000 people are being held in ice jails as advocates warn detentions have nearly doubled under Biden. The closely watched democratic congressional primary in Ohio to fill the seat of Marcia fudge is less than a week away. The race pits Nina Turner who served as Bernie Sanders campaign co chair. Again Chantal Brown the chairwoman of the cuyahoga county Democratic Party. On Tuesday the women's march through its support behind Nina Turner in its first ever electoral endorsement. It came one day after warrensville heights council member Walter Stewart announced he was switching his support from Brown to Turner. Nita Turner is the one that's going to take us and who has the vision the know how the experience and she has this opportunity at heart to carry us forward. Over the weekend Congress member Alexandra casio Cortez campaigned in Ohio for Nina Turner who also just picked up the endorsement of Congress member Jamie Raskin. Chantel Brown has received the backing of Hillary Clinton and the congressional black caucus political action committee. And in a special election in Texas yesterday voters rejected a Trump endorse candidate and elected another Republican state representative Jake lz to the U.S. House. LZ ran an anti immigration campaign and called himself a Reagan Republican. He ran against Susan Wright the widow of the former congressman Ron Wright who died this year from COVID-19 leaving open his seat in Texas sex congressional district. And those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report. I'm Amy Goodman in New York joined by democracy now co host one Gonzalez in New Brunswick New Jersey haiwan. Hi Amy and welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world. Well the House of Representatives select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. Hold its first hearing Tuesday. And her testimony from four police officers who were attacked by Trump supporters while defending the capitol. The committee's made up of 7 Democrats and two Republicans Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger. Both of whom voted to impeach Trump for his role in instigating the assault on the capitol. Last week House minority leader Kevin McCarthy pulled all his recommended committee members 5 of them after House speaker Nancy Pelosi veto two of his picks. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gonal spoke first during the insurrection. He was beaten with a flagpole and attacked with chemical spray. Canal is a Dominican immigrant who served in the U.S. Army in Iraq. While we were subjected was like something from a medieval battle we forehand to him inch by inch to prevent an invasion of the care provided by intent on subverting our democratic process. My fellow officers and I were committed to not letting any writers breach the capital. It was a prolonged and desperate struggle. The writers attempted to breach the capital were shouting Trump send us. Pick the right side. We want Trump. I believe her officers screaming in agony and pain just an arm left from me. I didn't know at that time that was officer Hodges. And he's here today to testify. I too was being crushed by the writers. I could feel my myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself this is how I'm going to die defending this entrance. U.S. capitol police sergeant aquilino gunnel testifying Tuesday before the House select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the capitol. During his testimony Gino referenced D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges who also testified at the hearing describing how Trump supporters almost crushed him to death. On my left was a man with a clear ride shield stolen during the assault. He slammed it against me and with all the weight of the body is pushing behind him trapped me. My arms were pinned and effectively useless trapped against either the shield on my left or the door frame on my right. With my posture granting me no functional strength or freedom of movement. I was effectively defenseless. And gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob. Directly in front of me a man seized the opportunity of my vulnerability. Grabbed the front of my gas mask and used it to beat my head against the door. He switched to pulling it off my head the strap stretching against my skull and straining my neck. He never entered uttered any words I recognized but opted instead for guttural screams. I remember filming at the mouth. He also put his cell phone as mouths so they had both fans free to assault me. Eventually he succeeded in stripping away my gas mask and a new rush of exposure to CS and OC spray hit me. The mob of terrorists were coordinating their efforts now shouting heave Ho. As a synchronized pushing their weight forward crushing me further against the metal door frame. The man in front of me grabbed my baton that I still held in my hands. And my current state I was unable to retain my weapon. He bashed me in the head and faced with a rupturing my lip and adding additional injury to my skull. That was D.C. Metropolitan Police department officer Daniel Hodges. And this is Mike phenom who is also an officer with the D.C. Metropolitan Police. He suffered a heart.

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"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Perspective

Perspective

12:22 min | 3 years ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Perspective

"Writers on Uber alone questions swirling about how passengers can stay safe. It was a typical Thursday night here in five points in area, really popular with college students near the university of South Carolina campus, Samantha Josephson and her friends. They were out here at this bar called the bird dog after she got separated from the group. She decided to go home police say she ordered an Uber after two AM waiting alone outside on the surveillance footage of black Chevy Impala pulled up and Josephson got in. We believe that she simply mistakenly got into this particular car thinking, it was a new Garad. It was none. The next day worried friends called the police had not heard from her. The next morning. I became worried about one thirty. They reached out to the police department to report her missing, but it would be too late, but it in fan by a couple of people hunting and a field in what was described by the sheriff to us as a wooded area in a very rural part of the county. According to the arrests work Josephson suffered multiple wounds to were body including her head neck face, upper body, leg and foot. The coroner releasing her cause of death as due to multiple sharp force injuries. Police truck down the vehicle surveillance video arrested Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel Rowland and a traffic. Stop around three AM inside police say they found liquid bleach cleaning wipes and window cleaner. The Chevy Impala on that was driven by the suspect had a large large amount of liquid that we believed to be blood and once they did a presumptive test. In fact, was confirmed to be blood rolling is now charged with kidnapping and. Order police describing how he was able to carry out his alleged crime further investigation on the suspect vehicle determine the child than a child safety seat was in the back, and then the child safety locks were activated on the door that would not allow someone to the means of escape from the back of the suspect vehicle in court hearing, which the alleged murderer did not attend Josephson's mother with this emotional plea. Unaccepted? It sittings thing that it is face was the last thing baby girl from his birth. The over name never be given the right to create get for whether it's my daughter. Given the opportunity hurt anyone out Manton? Does it said? Methodist don't ever forget. Shame. On campus some students saying they'll continue to be vigilant. Are you gonna take extra precautions? Oh, yeah. I'm definitely going to be checking like who's over driver checking the license plates. All that stuff. I'm telling my friends attack the conflates like the Herbert number and not I'm not gonna maneuvering alone. Police have not said at the killing was tortured, but are asking the public to report any encounters with fake Roger drivers. We also had asked anybody that has been in five points, you know, in in recent times that has had anybody try to entice them over to a car like in Rochester, capacity. We would ask them to give us a call. Uber calling this an unspeakable crime sing their hearts or with Samantha Josephson's family and loved ones writing the we've been working with local law enforcement and college campuses across the country to educate the public about how to avoid fake Roger drivers. They also caution users to use the app to double-check to important details before starting a trip that driver. And the car you guys have to travel together for Josephson's father and the rest of her family the warnings come too late, but they're now focused on making sure this doesn't happen to another family. Some what I wanna do is educate everybody and not on the smartest person here, but I've gone through this. And I don't want anybody else to ever go through this again. I can't tell you. How painful this is? I'm Victor oquendo in Columbia, South Carolina. Coming up. No care providers in rural America. Down with the film director who explored this topic and her new documentary on perspective after this. Hey, I'm Dan Harris from ABC news, and I have a podcast, and you listen to it. It's called ten percent, happier. It's all about how to stay sane in our increasingly insane world, we talked to everybody from the Dalai Lama finds vide- bulletin for human to rupaul. You have to explore this life that fun. It interesting may even change your life. You can listen to it for free on apple podcasts or on your favorite podcast app. This is perspective. From ABC news. I'm Sherry Preston. Award-winning director and producer Anna moot. Levin is out with a new documentary premiering on PBS, April eighth. It's called the providers. And it follows three healthcare professionals in northern New Mexico at El Centro, a group of safety net clinics that offer care to all of those who walk through its doors. It is certainly a challenge. Stop by ABC. And I talked to her about the film. What got you interested in the whole idea of there being a lack of medical facilities doctors in rural communities, so Laura Mike co-director, and I were both children of doctors ourselves. So we have a long standing interest in health and healthcare issues, and we were reading in two thousand fourteen about communities that after the passage of the Affordable Care Act. They were still struggle. Going to meet the needs of the communities because there weren't enough doctors. And so we set out on a six month journey of talking to people all around the country involved in rural medicine and primary care and trying to find out what is today's country doctor so to speak look like in rural America, that's facing so many challenges. I know that a lot of people talk about food deserts in parts of the country where they can't get healthy groceries. They've been talking about now news, desserts where you can't get local news. It sounds like you've come up with the same thing when it comes to healthcare and doctors, you know, sort of a medical desert for people who are in areas. How far do some people have to drive to find a facility that will help treat? What the have yet? So we definitely have discovered medical desert's. A we see patients in our clinics that in the film that have to travel an hour. Our to go to just their primary care practitioner, and especially when you're looking at communities that are strained financially. That can be a real challenge not just in terms of the cost of the gas to get to the doctor. But also the time taking time from work and juggling. So many different things. Tell us a little bit about the communities, and then were there any that really stood out to you that this is a real problem in this particular area of the country. So are filmed the providers is set in northern New Mexico in the towns of last Vegas, New Mexico. The other last Vegas and SPN Yola New Mexico and the clinic that we set the film at El Centro family health. They have a number of sites and they cover over. Twenty two thousand square miles of northern New Mexico, which is about the size of West Virginia. And so their clinics are really serving a need in the community for healthcare and people otherwise wouldn't be able to access care and El Centro family health the clinic where the film is set is a federally qualified health center, and it really serves as the safety net in these small town communities in northern New Mexico. How big a deal is the opioid crisis, and these places the opioid crisis is really damaging communities and what we've found particularly in northern New Mexico which actually before the current opioid crisis has a long history of. Heroin use dating back to the Vietnam war that what we see a lot is intergenerational youths and really a cycle of addiction trauma, and poverty, and the stories in the film show that healthcare can really be a point of intervention in that cycle the doctor in that you profiled in the documentary his father died of an opioid overdose. While you were filming. Yes. So first of all, he's actually not an MD. He's a physician assistant. And so we're seeing in rural America advanced practitioners, so nurse practitioners and physician assistants really becoming the workforce. And yes, over the course of us making the film, his father dies of an overdose. Which was absent. Lutely devastating in the film. You also see his sister struggling with addiction repealing the Affordable Care Act is that a big deal to people in these areas. Are they on that kind of healthcare or do they have their own insurance? New Mexico did expand, Medicaid, and that has really dramatically impacted how many people can access care in the community. And the clinic that our film is set at the vast majority of the people at the clinic or on Medicaid or Medicare and without that expanded access to Medicaid. They would really be in trouble. Really what we see often in rural communities is practitioners come for a few years, and then leave and that lack of continuity of care is really damaging because. Because patients than don't trust the medical system. Really, those long term relationships are absolutely critical to patients health doesn't sound like people are moving into you know, where these rural communities address pace, but any solutions. Absolutely. So the research shows that the best way to get more healthcare providers into rural communities is to grow your own. And so we see in the film. Matt Probst has started a program where he mentors local high school students to pursue healthcare careers, and therefore you really a revitalizing the community from within the movie premieres the providers at appear premieres Monday, April eighth on PBS and Adam Levin. Thank you very much. Thank you so much coming up. Julia Louis Dreyfuss on recovering from. Cancer. Season of veep on perspective after this have a dream. But don't know where to begin. I didn't want to be limited looking for wisdom from women who've already been there, you will constantly be given the opportunity to lose yourself. Welcome to ABC's. No limits. I'm your host, Rebecca Jarvis. And each week. We're talking to the game changing women about success lessons learned along the way. And of course, the worst advice and really thought about this worst advice ever, you can hear new episodes of no limits every week on apple podcasts

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"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In Brooklyn this hour, the NYPD says two suspects in carjack vehicle crashed during a police chase that ended up in east New York, the car they were an overturned at the corner of Glenmore in shank avenues at around ten this morning police say the man and woman involved slash an older man and robbed him then took his car and took off from Warwick street in new lots avenue the suspects were taken into custody. We're also learning more information about a hit and run in mid would police say grandmother was hit and killed by an eighteen Wheeler flatbed truck at around five this morning near the corner of flatbush and no stern davits. Investigators think it's possible. The truck driver didn't know they struck and killed the woman scheduled to be happening right now. The funeral for Robbins Ville, New Jersey native and university of South Carolina students. Samantha joseph. Sinn? She was found dead hours after she got into a car thinking, it was her Uber Friday. Her father Seymour spoken an emotional vigil in Robbins Ville last night, because I'm telling you, this is nothing that you would ever wanna do. Don't go through this. The funeral taking place in Princeton junction. At this hour. Nathaniel Rowland has been charged with kidnapping and murdering Josephson. The Dow up eighty five points, the NASDAQ up eighty five as well. The S and P up sixteen Yankees host the Tigers at four or five Mets at Marlins at six ten Nixon magic at seven Rangers host, the senators at seven thirty nets host the raptors at seven thirty and now your forecasts.

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"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good morning. I'm the one lady Samantha Joseph thin, the college student from New Jersey who was murdered in South Carolina last week after mistaking her killers car for an Uber going to be laid to rest later today. Her father Seymour spoke at a huge vigil last night for his daughter in their hometown of Robin's Ville, saying he hopes no other parent has to go through what he's been through. I'm telling you, this is nothing that you would ever want to do. To go through this Josephson, a university of South Carolina student would have graduated in June. Her funeral we're gonna take place at congregation Beth in Princeton later today. A religious killer Nathaniel Rowland has been charged with kidnapping and murdering Josephson a Staten Island school teacher and mother three has been missing since the weekend. Thirty-seven-year-old Janine Cammarata last seen Saturday night about nine o'clock on Staten Island. Police say she did not show up for work Monday at PS twenty nine where she's a teacher her boyfriend filing a missing persons report. She's four foot eleven inches has Brown eyes. Blond hair to NYPD cops were hurt as tens of thousands of people crowded the streets of borough park Brooklyn yesterday afternoon for the funeral of a grand ready officers trying to control the massive crowd that police say could have been one hundred thousand strong went on one officer fell under one of the funeral cars, Europe leg. Police Commissioner Jimmy O'neil says another cop was hit by a drone to things that happened a drone that came out of the sky could a police officer think minor injuries, and it was a police officer that was injured by car in the funeral procession. Looks like he might have broken ankle rabbi Yusra El overhaul Portugal survived the Nazi death camps and move here to the US. He was a beloved figure in the orthodox community. He was ninety five years old mayor de Blasios continues to tease a White House Rani's headed out of the city again this weekend to do some fundraising. The mayor describes his thought process as wonderfully stable sooner rather than later. And when we know we will tell you he said at the Boston Friday for a fundraiser, he'll meet with prominent Democrats over the weekend in Las Vegas. The Blasios says New York's not being well served on the federal level. There's no infrastructure plan that we're one of the places would benefit the most from an infrastructure plan. We're fighting to save the healthcare. We have when Washington should be working every day to increase availability race. Some weeks visited Iowa New Hampshire and South Carolina James flippin for seven ten W. O our whole foods sometimes called whole paycheck for steep prices. Going to give shoppers a break. Now. The grocery chains has plans to slash prices by twenty percent on hundreds of its items including Wittig calls peak off season produce automakers say they're off to a slow start two thousand sixteen GM says its first quarter sales fell seven percent Ford releasing numbers on Thursday banana, let's expect a drop of at least two percent news..

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"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I'm Jennifer allow topping our report this hour. The twenty one year old Robbins Ville girl, who is murdered Friday after mistakenly getting into a stranger's car in Columbia, South Carolina, was brutally stabbed to death. According to authorities. They say Samantha Josephson who was set to graduate university of South Carolina in may thought the black impel Pella. She entered was the Uber ride. She had ordered her body was found seventy miles away. A few hours later Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel Rowland has been charged with her murder. He is being held without bail. Samantha will be laid to rest tomorrow in Princeton junction. A vigil will be held in her hometown tonight. We'll New Jersey's gas tax increase again this fall a continuing decline in gasoline sales could trigger that those state treasurer. Elizabeth Moya tells lawmakers the budget proposal assumes rate change won't be needed this year, and that revenues will stay flat consumption is likely to decline somewhat further with the four point three cent rate increase in effect for an entire twelve months cycle. We are cautiously optimistic that total revenues will remain. Stable analyst with the legislators nonpartisan budget office disagree. They project the gas tax revenues will shortz will fall short of their targets this year appear gastro engine from summit has been charged with assaulting one of his patients repeatedly over several years Union County, prosecutors say the alleged assaults occurred during the now twenty year old woman's medical exams at sixty two year old Michael Tishkov office, David treating her for ten years and now faces up to a decade in prison if convicted four people including three teenage girls have now been charged after a video surfaced on social media of a fight involving pepper spray at a McDonald's in Atlantic City, Saturday police say three seventeen year olds as well. As a twenty one year old man were tracked down after police reviewed the video and received public tips. One teen assaulted a worker at the Arkansas avenue eatery, another jumped on a counter and twice pepper sprayed a security guard. A judge has given new life to a class action suit against Poland spring for selling water, that's sourced from wells not springs. The judge. Ruled that a complaint camper see with claims in eight states, including New Jersey and New York corporate parent. Nestle waters calls the suit meritless listing. Poland spring water does indeed come from springs, a popular program on Netflix encourages and teaches folks had to clean up their lives by eliminating clutter. But it's secondhand shops in New Jersey that may be benefiting the most goodwill of southern New Jersey and Philadelphia says more folks unusual have been in a giving mood ever since tidying up with Marie condo debuted on January. First influx of donation. You know until January one people want that last minute tax deduction. And then we usually see donations dropped dramatically and that didn't happen. This year. Secondhand shops freehold and east Hanover say patrons have mentioned the program when bringing in.

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"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim Howard. The FAA says in a tweet the system wide, computer outages that caused airline delays this morning has been resolved. But delays do remain. The White House is marking last year's passage of the first step act on criminal Justice. But NPR's hacia Roscoe reports that she told morning edition that there are questions about how the laws being implemented. She says the Justice department is supposed to set up an implement a program to help released inmates with training rehabilitation and other such prisoner needs. However, an outside committee that's supposed to oversee development of this risk assessment tool required by law hasn't even been set up yet that deadline passed two months ago, and there's another deadline. This risk assessment is supposed to be completed by July. So there's worry they might miss that deadline since they haven't even gotten the committee set up then there's also the issue of funding. Some sources have told me that there are that they are hearing that there might not be enough money to develop the tool or the new program NPR's Asia Roscoe this morning on morning edition university of South Carolina. Students held a vigil for a classmate who was killed early Friday when police say she got into a car. She mistook for Uber. Rod South Carolina, public radio's Victoria Hanson reports the twenty one year old's body was later found with multiple wounds, dozens of students lit candles at the Columbia campus as they remembered Samantha Josephson, she was last seen getting a ride in the city's popular entertainment district. Police have that Reid was not her Uber driver. But Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel Rowland who trapped the college student in the backseat with child safety locks justices boyfriend spoke at the vigil. You guys. I see. Even.

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"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on KCRW

"Not. It's monday. I. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim Howard. The FAA says in a tweet the system wide, computer outages that caused airline delays this morning has been resolved. But delays do remain. The White House is marking last year's passage of the first step act on criminal Justice. But NPR's hacia Rosco reports that she told morning edition that there are questions about how the law is being implemented. She says the Justice department is supposed to set up an implement a program to help released inmates with training rehabilitation and other such prisoner needs. However, an outside committee that's supposed to oversee development of this risk assessment tool over choir by law hasn't even been set up yet that deadline passed two months ago, and there's another deadline. This risk assessment is supposed to be completed by July. So there's worry they might miss that deadline since they haven't even gotten the committee set up then there's also the issue of funding. Some sources have told me that there are that they are hearing that there might. Might not be enough money to develop the tool or the new program NPR's Asia Roscoe this morning on morning edition university of South Carolina. Students held a vigil for a classmate who was killed early Friday. When police say she got into a car. She mistook for her Uber ride, South Carolina public radio's Victoria Hanson reports the twenty one year old's body was later found with multiple wounds, dozens of students lit candles at the Columbia campus as they remembered Samantha Josephson, she was last seen getting a ride in the city's popular entertainment district. Police said that Reid was not Herber driver. But Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel Rowland who trapped the college student in the backseat with child safety locks Josephson's boyfriend spoke at the vigil..

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"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"CBS news on the hour sponsored by rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. I'm Wendy Gillette. The Trump administration has pulled funding to Al Salvador Guatemala and Honduras as part of a crackdown on illegal immigrants from Central America. President Trump has threatened to shut down the border with Mexico this week White House acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, on CNN, we need the people who are working at the legal ports of entry to go patrol. And I'm not making this up where there's no wall, we were not lying to people when we said that this was an emergency, man. Very very few people believed us, especially folks in the media and the democrat party, Vermont Senator and democratic presidential candidate. Bernie Sanders says shutting down the border is not the answer. We're gonna do everything we can to stop it. It's totally absurd. He spoke on CBS his face the nation. The woman accusing former vice president Joe Biden of inappropriate behavior described the incident on CNN out of nowhere. I feel Joe Biden put his hand on my shoulder. Get up very close to me from behind lean in smell, my hair. And then plant a slow kiss on the top of my head Lucy. Flora's says it happened at a campaign rally in two thousand fourteen when she was running for Lieutenant governor in Nevada Biden denies anything. Inappropriate occurred. Attorney general William Barr says he'll release the special counsels full report by mid April. But sections will be redacted that's not sitting. Well, with Senate minority whip dick Durbin, we have a new species of political dinosaurs. It's called the bar redecked oil and apparently William bar believes that he can take his time and redecked the three or four hundred page report from Bob Muller, he appeared on NBC and arrest in the killing of a college student in South Carolina CBS Jim Casula reports Columbia, South Carolina police believe twenty one year old Samantha Josephson got into a car outside a bar near the university of South Carolina early Friday morning. Thinking it was her Uber pickup. Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel Rowland has been charged in her death. She was a senior political science major from Robbins, fill New Jersey, a teenager is dead after knocking on the wrong door at his girlfriend's apartment complex in Atlanta. Early. Friday, police say Darryl binds confronted nineteen year old Amari and banks and shot him to death. This woman knows the suspect banging on the door is if somebody was kicking in a door the door open, and that's when Darryl got up to go. Protect his family, and that's one whatever happens so place vines is charged with murder Dumbo flies to the top of the box office. What's.

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"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We're running out of room for all those people. He also says if Mexico doesn't stop to more migrant caravans making our way north the hill close the border this week special counsel, Robert Muller is Russia report is to be made public soon last night. He President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani said he's not concerned about what's in it. And either is President Trump because I know something they don't know he didn't collude with. At all with the Russians. He spoke on FOX's Justice with judge Janine, the attorney general saying he'll release the document in mid April. And this is USA radio news. It's amazing. But true when it comes to one of America's biggest household expenditures healthcare. A lot of people think they've got no choice. People used to thinking we have to do it this way. But they don't. Yes, you have the freedom to choose an alternative with your healthcare. It's meta share in it costs way, less than the alternatives the typical family's as five hundred dollars a month, not a year a month. And if you're single this can save you a lot too. And let's face it. A big reason medishare's four hundred thousand people strong. It's this works shared over three billion and medical bills. So they can help share your needs to joining medishare for so many people is one of those things that makes you say why didn't I do this before? So yes, the time has come for something better looking at joining meta share and see why so many people are opting out. Out of the old way into the new why not look into this? Just call eight five five ninety som-. That's eight five five nine zero P S A L N eight five five ninety song. Authorities have arrested a suspect in connection with the death of university of South Carolina student. Samantha Joseph's on Friday. Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel Rowland has been charged in her death. Police believe Josephson thought the car was her override police chief William Holbrook elections. Flood were pain by forensic crime scene agents who were submitted to lead the lab for analysis. The analysis concluded the blood in the suspect view vehicles that victory for USA radio news. I'm Wendy king. The Rolling Stones postponing their US Canadian chore. As doctors have reportedly advised, Mick Jagger just behind and receive medical treatment for an undisclosed illness. Something doctors say he is expected to recover from Saturday arrests in Germany where? Police say the ten people they took into custody were planning to stage, a huge Islamist terrorist attack. That would kill as many non-believers as possible. This is USA radio news now you can fly anywhere in the world and pay discount prices on.

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"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I mean, I I know I'm getting fruits and vegetables when you call us discount, code USA. And we'll take twenty percent off. Any I preferred order of. Balance of nature and have it shipped to you free. Call one eight hundred two four six eight seven fifty one that's one eight hundred two four six eight seven five one or go online to balanceofnature dot com and use discount code USA. The death of a college student has done Columbia, South Carolina state. Investigators found twenty one year old Samantha Josephson's blood in the car. She was seen getting into in a bar early on Friday morning police chief William Holbrook, elections of blood or pain by forensic crime scene agents and were submitted to sled DNA lab for analysis. The analysis concluded the blood in the suspect view vehicles as victims Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel Rowland has been charged in her death. At least four Palestinians were reported. The killed in clashes between Israeli troops and demonstrators in the Gaza Strip reporter, Robert Bateman Israelis have sent two hundred sniper's sniper positions around the fence of three extra. Brigades to the south of Israel to the area surrounding the strip as for HAMAs has asked people to remain peaceful. But he says if there is what it calls, Israeli aggression. It will respond with equal force. You're listening to USA radio news. Are you tired of cable TV rates? Sign up for today and get a five hundred dollar bonus offer while supplies last. Lock in your price for two years guaranteed. Call all American dish. You're dish authorized retailer now eight hundred six one zero five seven three nine eight hundred six one zero five seven three nine that's eight hundred six one oh, fifty seven thirty nine offers require credible allegations, twenty four months early termination fee. Eddie auto beige frictions apply. Call for details..

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"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Community Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe one year old Samantha Josephson got into a car outside a bar near the university of South Carolina early Friday morning thinking it was her Uber pickup. Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel Rowland has been charged in her death. She was a senior political science major from Robbins. Ville New Jersey CBS was Jim Krasula police chief skipped Holbrook a cellphone belonging to the victim was found inside. The passenger compartment is the subject suspect vehicle and likewise, located in the suspect vehicle was a container of liquid bleach jerem Assad wipes and window cleaner murder and kidnapping charges filed against the suspect girl's body found yesterday by hundred sixty five miles southeast of Columbia, a gofundme campaign set up this afternoon to raise money for the funeral and memorial in three hours more than five thousand dollars was raised. CBS news update. I'm Gary Nunn. This is real estate today. All real estate all the time. Back again now with our special show selling in the spring marketing walking you through how to do it the right way. So that you the maximum profit in the minimum time. In this hour, what you need to know about virtual staging that story in a whole lot more is straight ahead on selling in the spring market right after we check in with Bill Thompson in the real estate today newsroom. High bill. Hi, Stephen homebuilders are encouraged by Bill in congress. There could help ease the labor shortage the Bill.

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"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"nathaniel rowland" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by Dell small business, I'm Gary Nunn. The death of college senior as stunned Columbia, South Carolina, CBS's Jim Krasula with a story state. Investigators found twenty one year old Samantha Josephson's blood in the car. She was seen getting into outside a Columbia, South Carolina bar early Friday morning police chief William Holbrook elections of blood were obtained by forensic crime scene agents, and we're submitted to sled DNA lab for analysis. The analysis concluded that the blood in the suspect view vehicle was added. Vic Twenty-four-year-old Nathaniel Rowland has been charged in her death. Police believe the university of South Carolina's senior thought that car was her Uber pickup Jemma chrysalis. CBS news US aid has been cut off to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras part of the new effort by President Trump to stop the flow of immigrants through Mexico into this country, political scientists Mark Jones has doubts about the strategy. The president's policy is purely punitive and from up policy. Perspective, it's counterproductive for US interest. Because all it's going to do is increase Gration to the United States, not decreased. Specifically Jones says the country can't rely on the poverty, eight development aid, and security assistance aid. Then they're going to start to have problems within a month or two and that would be to more perilous conditions, and even so what we've done now by cutting off the aid is creating uncertainty regarding those programs and the more uncertainty. There is surrounding them the less effective. They're likely to be President Trump also threatens to seal the southern border at least four people died today and massive protests along Gaza's border with Israel CBS, news correspondent Seth in Gaza..

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