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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 3 hrs ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Also settle claims with all but one of those who are injured in the shooting One of the most severely injured student athlete borges is seeking his own settlement with a school district It also includes payments to 19 people who suffered trauma in the shootings Okay so $25 million split in many ways the family satisfied Well David brill who represents 5 of the families says that the settlement in his words provides a measure of justice and accountability He called it fair and frankly remarkable Many of the families who have spoken out really are more focused now on the hearing of the former student who's charged at school shooting which is happening today Nicholas Cruz is his name he's expected to change his plea to guilty on all counts Any idea why Well the defense is in saying for years cruise's lawyers have sought a plea deal where he would plead guilty at all charges if he could avoid the death penalty Instead the consecutive life sentences which would mean he'd die in prison There's little question cruise is the person who went on the shooting spree at the school in 2018 numerous witnesses identified him their surveillance video There's recordings he made himself before the shooting and he reportedly confessed to authorities afterwards Prosecutors and many of the families though have been adamant that they will only be satisfied with a death sentence Here's Fred guttenberg whose daughter Jamie was one of those killed He spoke yesterday on MSNBC I hope this person pays the price with his life I do The penalty phase for me is a really important part of our ability to move forward as families If Cruz pleads guilty on all counts the trial will move immediately then to the sentencing phase And how does that work Is that just the judge or is there a jury deciding on a death penalty for example Well it's up to the defense but it does seem like that they'll look for a jury to come up with the sentence The judge has said jury selection will begin next month with a sentencing phase of the trial getting underway perhaps in January There are lots of issues though here It may take some time to see an impartial jury in an area that was hit hard by the trauma of the school shooting and still recovering The defense may be hoping then changing his plea Cruz will show he's acknowledging his guilt and avoid the death penalty The defense will probably offer testimony about Cruz's well documented mental health issues But the jury's also likely to hear extensive testimony by victims and their families In the end the decision by the jury to send some in Florida now has to be unanimous And so that'll be the key thing that the defense will be resting on And Pierre's Greg Allen with an update on many things having to do with the shooting Thanks so much.

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

06:20 min | 3 d ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on AP News

"Blew himself up in the corridor and the other attacker entered the mosque in detonated his explosives while worshippers were busy praying I am Karen Chammas Taiwanese officials have set up an independent commission to investigate the conditions of a building in which a fire killed 46 people Authorities are still searching for the source of the blaze as they scour the blackened building in the port city of Cal sun in Taiwan Outside it's how it's peace in traditional robes chanted a prayer for those who died Many of the dead were elderly or infirm residents who weren't able to escape the 13th story building in time after the fire broke out on the ground floor Who lives in the building opposite was mourning the loss of lives No more friend now my friend was living there I had one friend in that building and now he is dead I'm Karen Chammas The lawyers for accused Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz say he plans to plead guilty to the 2018 massacre The guilty plea for accused Florida's school shooter Nicholas Cruz would set up a penalty phase where the 23 year old would be fighting against the death penalty in hoping for life without parole Attorneys told the judge that Cruz plans to plead guilty next Wednesday to 17 counts of first degree murder in the February 2018 shooting at marjory Stoneman Douglas high school The police will come with no conditions and prosecutors still plan to seek the death penalty That will be decided by a jury but that trial has not yet been scheduled I'm Shelley Adler A teenager in Liberia who found $50,000 in return it to its rightful owner is getting praise invitations and threats Emmanuel too low says he was riding his motorcycle taxi on a highway when he spotted a bunch of money wrapped in a plastic bag Then the businesswoman who had lost the money went on the radio crying he said So he found her and returned the money She gave him $1500 in cash and materials Liberia's president invited him for a chat Many are praising his honesty but some including some friends say returning the money was dumb that he'll be poor for his whole life and he says he's been threatened I need to protect myself he says Too low had to quit school in the 7th grade to run a taxi service with his motorcycle to make money to help his family and he strongly defends his honesty advising others to return anything they may find I'm Rita foley The commerce department reports retail sales rose last month but it wasn't just because Americans were buying more September's increase of 7 tenths of a percent over August reflected things like increased online sales as well as sales at clothing stores But the 1.8% rise in gasoline station sales hints at another major factor rising prices earlier this week the government reported consumer prices rose four tenths of a percent in September and her 5.4% higher than a year ago in the rise in prices at the wholesale level before reaching consumers is even greater 8.6% over last year That's meant gasoline furniture cars trips to the grocery store and restaurants have all grown more expensive I'm Ben Thomas British health officials have said that a private laboratory may have wrongly told 43,000 people that they had negative Coronavirus test results The UK health security agency said that the immense health clinic in central England has been suspended from processing swabs as a result of the incidents The agency said an investigation into the technical issues behind the false negatives was underway The problem was discovered after many people who tested positive and rapid tests went on to show up as negative on more accurate PCR tests And then so was awarded a $163 million coronavirus testing contract by the British government in October 2020 Karen Chammas London NASA is set to launch a series of spacecrafts to visit and even bash some of the solar system's most enticing space rocks The first schedule launch is early Saturday a robotic spacecraft named Lucy It's up first Lucy will set the record for the further solar powered mission traveling 5 times further from the sun than the earth Systems engineer Jessica Lansbury says it will go on a 12 year cruise to swarms of asteroids out near Jupiter Cathy oaken with the southwestern research institute says there are a lot of missions for Lucy One of them is to map the craters across our surfaces The surface of the Trojan asteroids We're going to look for craters smaller than a football field about 70 yards across Barely a month later an impactor spacecraft named dart will give chase to a double asteroid closer to home The mission will end with dart ramming the main asteroid's moon led to change its orbit a test that could one day save earth from an incoming rock I'm Ed Donahue And British politician who was stabbed during a regular meeting with his constituents has died But just conservative lawmaker David Amos died after being stabbed at belfairs Methodist Church in a residential area of Leon sea a seaside town east of London Police confirmed that a man was arrested and a knife was recovered Police announced that they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incidents and do not believe there is an ongoing threat to the wider public Aerial footage showed several ambulances and an air ambulance was waiting nearby to the church Karen Chammas London The Biden administration has set a date for allowing fully vaccinated travelers into the U.S. starting November 8th foreign travelers can again enter the U.S. by air or land if they show proof vaccination and a negative COVID-19 test taken within three days of travel The White House announced earlier this week it would lift virus related restrictions on non-essential travel at land borders and ferry crossings with Canada and Mexico early next month An administration official says the CDC has told airlines all FDA approved and authorized vaccines are acceptable plus those with a World Health Organization emergency use listing It'll issue guidelines soon on what vaccination proof is acceptable Sagar Meghani at The White House AP.

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Attorney: Cruz to plead guilty to Parkland school massacre

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 d ago

Attorney: Cruz to plead guilty to Parkland school massacre

"The lawyers for accused Florida school shooter Nicolas Cruz said he plans to plead guilty to the twenty eighteen massacre the guilty plea for accused Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz would set up a penalty phase where the twenty three year old would be fighting against the death penalty in hoping for life without parole attorneys told the judge that cruise plans to plead guilty next Wednesday to seventeen counts of first degree murder in the February twenty eighteen shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school the police will come with no conditions and prosecutors still plan to seek the death penalty that will be decided by a jury but that trial has not yet been scheduled I surely outlier

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:38 min | Last month

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on WTVN

"Is getting worse and people have to do everything they can now to stop it. 6800 new cases of covid in the state today, mirroring case data not seen since early January before vaccines were available over 450 new hospitalizations reported today. That is 2.5 times the three week average and new ICU admissions that are nearly double their average. Dublin man who was previously convicted for collecting the bodily fluids of young boys has now been sentenced to at least five years in prison for child pornography. 69 year old Alan Paton allegedly had videos and pictures of Children in sexual situations on multiple electronic devices. He pleaded guilty to account of pandering such material. Today he's been labeled a sex offender since the 19 nineties. Another motion hearing today in the case of the Parkland Florida school shooting, Nicholas Cruz is accused of killing 17 people and injuring 17 others and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High back in 2018. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for Cruz, but his attorneys have said that he would plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence. A trial date still pending. And the nation will mark the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks. This Saturday. President Biden and the first lady are set to visit all three sites where hijacked airliners crashed at the Pentagon and in New York and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Vice President Kamala Harris will take part in a ceremony in Pennsylvania along with former President George W. Bush. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin will lead a ceremony at the Pentagon. I'm Jack Crumley. Our next report at five o'clock Mark Blazers show is back next. It's the stuff Wake up America people are talking about as we being overran.

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:41 min | 5 months ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"For handled today on this Thursday, it's May 27th three quarters of California's district attorneys have joined together to sue the state. In a bid to block emergency rules that will expand good conduct credits. This lawsuit filed yesterday says corrections officials didn't go through the usual regulatory and public comment process. The rules we talked about this before could affect as many as 76,000 inmates, most of them most of them serving time for violent offenses. There has been a rest in the string of attacks involving those babies or pellets shot through car windows on freeways in Orange, Riverside L. A county's 34 year old A Jesse Rodriguez of Anaheim booked late Tuesday on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. They don't know if he was the sole perpetrator or if there were others involved if there were copycats, but there have been more than 100 attacks over the last month. Yesterday. At about this time we started getting word of the shooting up in San Jose at this rail yard. We saw nine people killed before the gunman eventually took his own life while the deputies were closing in on him. And we're we are. There have been so many days after mass shootings like this, and we don't know what to do. I mean, our hands are tied politically. When we talk about individual rights rights guaranteed by the Constitution, we all seem to run into brick walls. Every time we discussed this Brad Garrett is the ABC news crime and terrorism analyst. He joins us now to talk about what we have this year, which is 232 mass shootings in this country. Brad. Thanks for joining us. Oh, you're welcome. So what changes does anything change? Where does the conversation go from here? So obviously we have these conversations after every high profile mass shooting. And, you know, the question is okay. Congress is gonna make the you know, gun background checks, Universal. Uh, you know, they start talking about certain things of which the Republicans agree on very little of it. But here's the reality. You can't really look to the federal government, other than perhaps through funded grant sand or funding. You've got to really deal with this at the city county level. Because that's clearly where the violence is. And are there approaches techniques. Units that could be formed. That could potentially reduce some of the gun violence in a particular jurisdiction. And the answer is yes. Will it have a huge significant reduction in it? The answer is probably no I mean, you have a country where there's more guns and there are people I mean, just think about that, Um, that's a pretty overwhelming thing to deal with. So it really it really boils down to dealing with individuals. Can we identify kids? In school systems that are high risk. It doesn't mean they're gonna become mass shooters, but they certainly fit all of the variables off really troubled, isolated person that maybe could come Become a mass shooter and helped redirect them into something maybe more positive. Um, if you have, and I think l a p d may have this you guys to correct me. You have mental health mobile units that sometimes go with the police to assess people. Um, and that's sometimes convenes successful in identifying people, um in, Let's put them on somebody's radar screen. Yeah, there's a reason we have red flag laws. And, you know, we heard from the ex wife and in the case of what happened in San Jose yesterday, we heard her say that her hugs husband would say things like I'm going to kill people at work. Where is the breakdown? Or do you see a significant break down in that information, escaping someone's lips and failing to get to the proper authorities to disarm them? I mean, that's really the key to stopping mass shooters is that example? Because It was the system unless law enforcement knows about people who are making that if he said that that's an explicit threat that isn't saying, you know, I really want to go hurt somebody cause I'm just mad or I don't like, you know. Basketball player. Whoever might be and make comments about that. You know you were something would happen to them. They're not gonna be able to do much for that. If he actually made that statement, could they have approached him And then here is the key, and there's always breaks down in the system. It's the 10 years ago. You I did him a saying that, and he fits all these variables about People who become mass shooters. Who then checks on him, who then goes back and does a follow up. And that's where this scales the same thing happens with school shooters where they're identified as high risk. I mean, Nicholas Cruz in Parkland, Florida was like the poster child a committee a mass murder. And you know what's he left school? There was really not a systematic way to keep track of him. And that's something else that we have to get a lot better at. So what I'm throwing at the two of you is a patchwork of a lot of different things that will have some A positive effect on reducing some of the gun violence. But let's face it that the ability to really significantly do something or reduce gun violence in this country. I, You know, we're just not up to Woody would take to do that. You mentioned that mathematically there are more guns than there are people in the United States and I've had discussions with people and I don't know if this is the If this is even Ah, the right way to think about it. If we're gonna if we're going to go the way of Australia or something like that, and basically outlaw Gun ownership, individual gun ownership. It will not be something that happens in five years or even 20 years. That is a multi generational program that you have to say in the year 21 20. There will be no individual in the United States that owns weapons that you cannot pass a law. You can't change people's attitudes. You can't do anything like that, in the short amount of time that everybody thinks that we could do that. Right and in this country Unless something dramatically changes. You're never going to be able to do that. I mean, we're so divided. Think about this one number. In 2020. The FBI did 23 million gun background checks for registered firearms dealers for people to buy guns. That's a 60% increase in 2019, so the flow and the increase of guns Going out is that an astronomical rate? And we are just not going to collectively. I mean, there are states like Texas just apparently passed the law that you don't even need to conceal the carry permit to carry a weapon concealed. I mean, or some version of that, so there are actually staged going the other direction of making gun possession and gun carrying a lot easier than it currently is. So I think that's a great example of People are entirely different places on this subject To your point, everybody if you live in Texas, the feeling is I feel safer in a place where I know that half a dozen people Have a Glock 17 on their hip as opposed to Ah, you know, no weapon free school zone or something like that, Where no one's allowed to carry a weapon. And the mentalities are completely different. And never the twain shall meet. Yeah. Right, right. And if you pull back and look at that rationally Crowd that's armed. And I get that, you know, protection of self protection of others. If somebody comes in to start shooting the place up. When you look at us, Statistically, the odds are of them. Shooting themselves or innocents is so much greater than shooting a bad guy, which then adds to these numbers of people dying from some guns. Because there's no uniformed way to train people. I mean, people get these high powered guns and they don't believe even know how to use them or More importantly, how do you keep them safe and how much of that is in their head? I mean, How many stories do we all see every day of two year old shooting four year olds picking up guns because they're in the house. I mean, it's just so sad. Um eh, So it's it's all of these things. That we just have to keep going at a local level. If, in fact you want to have some dent. In your gun Violence. Brad Garrett, ABC news, Crime and Terrorism analyst. Appreciate your insight in your time this morning. No doubt the conversation will continue, Unfortunately, because we have more bodies this time. Up in San Jose, and as we were talking earlier, this is that you know the number of the 232 mass shootings that's been used. That's where I think it's more than four people were shot. That's the FBI's definition of a mass shooting that.

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Judge: Deputies Fired Over School Massacre to Get Jobs Back

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Judge: Deputies Fired Over School Massacre to Get Jobs Back

"Two Florida deputies who were fired for in action during the parkland school massacre in twenty eighteen are expected to get their jobs back the Broward county circuit judges ruled deputies Brian Miller and Joshua Stambaugh should be reinstated to their jobs with the back pay the ruling is based on a one hundred eighty day deadline for taking disciplinary action against law enforcement officers which was missed in both cases both law enforcement officers were faulted for waiting outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school instead of rushing in and confronting gunman Nicholas Cruz a third deputy was also fired not only for driving away from the scene but also for failing to write up a tip that Cruz had been making threats on social media about shooting up a school I'm Jackie Quinn

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Broward judge rules school district wasn’t obligated to issue warning over Parkland school shooter

Ben Shapiro

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Broward judge rules school district wasn’t obligated to issue warning over Parkland school shooter

"Ruling against the families of the Parkland school shooting victims in a lawsuit. Sarah Bartlett has the details. The lawsuit was filed against the Broward School district with families claiming that school officials did not properly respond to potential threats by accused shooter Nicholas Cruz. However, a judge found that officials could not predict that Cruz would carry out the massacre and added that Crews had been expelled from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. So was currently not a student in the district. Sunday marks three years since 17 people were killed in the mass shooting in Washington, the

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Supporting Trump on trial again. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. All parties have agreed to a structure that will ensure a fair and honest Senate impeachment trial Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, House Democrat managers will argue the former president incited last month's deadly Capitol attack, calling it the most grievous constitutional crime ever committed by a president. Trump legal team Writing in and brief the trial is going to be political theater, blaming Nancy Pelosi quote the speaker of the House and her allies have tried to callously. Harness the chaos of the moment for their own political games. This all starts in 1 P.m. eastern time. And since it involves a former president, they will begin with debate over whether it's even constitutional and then a simple majority vote, then 16 hours for house managers to make their case 16 hours for the president's defense. Fox's Mike Emanuel, that capital Ryan happened two months of Trump fraud claims that the election was stolen from him. How he got involved in Georgia is now under investigation. Fox is Evan Brown is on this live. They've just days before that riot and before the Georgia Senate run offs last month, a recording of a phone call between then president Trump Donald Trump. His lawyers and Georgia secretary of State Grand Rapids Burger was made public by the Washington Post, which alleged Trump to be pressuring Rapids Burger for further recounting of Georgia's presidential election. Now. A complaint filed by a law professor claims the former president violated Georgia Election Law Rapids. Berger's office is now looking into it. A spokesperson for Trump says there was nothing improper. Dave having a judge in Florida's ruled the school district cannot be held liable for not warning students and Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland about the threat Nicholas Cruz posed He's the accused mass shooter awaiting trial in the murder of 17 people. Mary Wilson has died. One of the Supremes.

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:07 min | 9 months ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Congressman from Cove. It 19 and it's going to get downright cold and nasty. We'll check in with Brad Barton. It is seven o'clock. Real news and information. 5 70 K L I f A M. Dallas que es es FM HD to Fort Worth. Putting Trump on trial again. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. All parties have agreed to a structure. That will ensure a fair and honest Senate impeachment trial Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, House Democrat managers will argue the former president incited last month's deadly Capitol attack, calling it the most grievous constitutional crime ever committed by a president. Trump legal team Writing in a brief the trial is going to be political theater, blaming Nancy Pelosi quote the speaker of the House and her allies have tried to callously harness. The chaos of the moment for their own political games. This all starts in 1 P.m. eastern time. And since it involves a former president, they will begin with debate over whether it's even constitutional and then a simple majority vote, then 16 hours for house managers to make their case 16 hours for the president's defenses. Fox's Mike Emanuel, that capital Ryan happened two months of Trump fraud claims that the election was stolen from him. How he got involved in Georgia is now under investigation. Fox is Evan Brown is on this live. They've just days before that riot and before the Georgia Senate run offs last month, a recording of a phone call between then president Trump Donald Trump. His lawyers. Sand. Georgia Secretary of State Brad Rapids Burger was made public by the Washington Post, which alleged Trump to be pressuring Rapids Burger for further recounting of Georgia's presidential election. Now, a complaint filed by a law professor claims the former president violated Georgia Election Law Rapids, Berger's office is now looking into it. Spokesperson for Trump says there was nothing improper. Dave having a judge in Florida's ruled the school district cannot be held liable for not warning students and Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland about the threat. Nicholas Cruz posed He's the accused mass shooter awaiting trial in the murder of 17 people. Mary Wilson has died. One of the Supremes.

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Trial again. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. All parties have agreed to a structure that will ensure a fair and honest Senate impeachment trial Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, House Democrat managers will argue the former president incited last month's deadly Capitol attack, calling it the most grievous constitutional crime ever committed by a president. Trump legal team Writing in a brief the trial is going to be political theater, blaming Nancy Pelosi quote the speaker of the House and her allies. Have tried to callously harness the chaos of the moment for their own political games. This all starts in 1 P.m. eastern time. And since it involves a former president, they will begin with debate over whether it's even constitutional and then a simple majority vote, then 16 hours for house managers to make their case 16 hours for the president's defenses. Fox's Mike Emanuel, that capital Ryan happened two months of Trump fraud claims that the election was stolen from him. How we got involved in Georgia is now under investigation. Fox is Evan Brown is on this live. They've just days before that riot and before the Georgia Senate run offs last month, a recording of a phone call between then president Trump Donald Trump. His lawyers and Georgia secretary of State Grand Rapids Burger was made public by the Washington Post, which alleged Trump to be pressuring Rapids Burger for further recounting of George's presidential election. Now. A complaint filed by a law professor claims the former president violated Georgia Election Law Rapids. Berger's office is now looking into it. A spokesperson for Trump says there was nothing improper. Dave having a judge in Florida's ruled the school district cannot be held liable for not warning students and Stolman Douglas High School in Parkman about the threat. Nicholas Cruz posed He's the accused mass shooter awaiting trial in the murder of 17 people. Mary Wilson.

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:17 min | 9 months ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"David, Why are you supporting the red flag laws? If there'd been it's not Peterson they resource officer Hartman had done his job. And Nicholas Cruz would have killed anybody in your high school or at least protecting them. Why are you supporting red flag gun laws that attack our second Amendment, right? Are using kids to get a barrier. Do you not know how to defend your stance? Look, I'm an American citizen. I'm a gun owner. Very permit to carry a gun with him for protection myself and you are using your lobby and the money behind it and the kids to try to take away my second Amendment rights. You don't have anything to say for yourself. And defend your stand. Did you get over 30 appointments with senators. Do you do that? How did you get major press coverage of the fifties when they're calling just started. And how did you get kids? Why do you kids white kids? School, a school zone protected by with security guards with guns. There would be no mass shootings at schools. Yeah, that's that's when something bad happens then is with a good guy with a gun. You're cracking our Second Amendment. You have nothing to say. The words some walking. He's got nothing to say. Said. There's nothing to say, because there really isn't anything to say, you guys he has nothing to say, because he's paid to do. This is the walk away March. He's got the he's got the women's march and their funding all of this. Every town going, Musa their funding all this stuff, Okay, That was David Hood right there. What? We saw him inside the Senate building. He had 30. 30 appointments where you run around. I got to talk to senators. I got to talk to none. None. He had media coverage all over the place. I had zero. Guess what? I'm a gun owner. I'm an American citizen. And I have nothing but this guy with his George Soros funding, and his major liberal funding has got everything I want you to think about that. That's where we are. And he's a coward. He can't say one word because he can't defend his stake. Okay, So first.

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:57 min | 11 months ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Today should approach 79 with a mix of clouds and sun. Just a slight chance for a shower as onshore winds continued dry tonight. The low 70 something tomorrow behind your 82 without dates around the clock on South Florida Severe weather station on the Weather Channel's Jeff Mara NewsRadio 16 W. Y o D. And Okeechobee County School employees under investigation after video showed him zip tying a student. The video shows a man tying a male student to a chair in class it Okeechobee. Hi. Other students were laughing and recording the scene on their phones. The video went viral after it was shared by someone claiming to be the boy's sister. By that time, school administrators had already reassigned the staffer pending an investigation. Mental health specialists have reached out to the family. I'm Gordon Byrd some tense moments at the end of governor to Santa's Roundtable on Mental Health in Tampa. When he was asked about the recent investigation into former coronavirus data analyst Rebecca Jones. The governor admitted he was aware of it. But when a reporter characterized the serving of a warrant at her Tallahassee home as a raid, the governor angrily defended F D. L E agents. It was not a raid. They were serving valid process in accordance with the laws and constitution of the United States and the state of Florida. They did it with integrity. They did it with honor. And to say it's a raid is disinformation. Jones is suspected of sending an unauthorized message to reform our colleagues on the state's emergency operations platform. She's denied those charges. No Child eight set but a setback for the defense. In the case of the accused Parkland school shooter, the judge ruled there is no legal basis to remove the death penalty is an option in the case. Nicholas Cruz is charged with 17 counts of murder in the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. His legal team has offered a guilty plea in exchange for life in prison. The state is seeking the death penalty. Rapper Little Wayne pled guilty to a federal gun charge in a Miami courtroom. Authorities say the gold plated weapon was discovered during a luggage search at Opa Locka executive airport a year ago. Anonymous tip led officers To conduct that search. He's now facing up to 10 years in federal prison and in the NBA preseason Orlando beat the Hawks 1 16 to 1 12 in Atlanta with Florida News. I'm trade Johnson, You hear your car 0%.

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Parkland school massacre case no closer to a trial date, Miami

American Medicine Today

00:20 sec | 11 months ago

Parkland school massacre case no closer to a trial date, Miami

"Parkland school shooter, the judge ruled there is no legal basis to remove the death penalty is an option in the case. Nicholas Cruz is charged with 17 counts of murder in the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. His legal team has offered a guilty plea in exchange for life in prison. The state is seeking the death penalty. Rapper Little Wayne pled guilty to a federal gun charge in a Miami courtroom.

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"O D. And Okeechobee County School employees under investigation after video showed him zip tying a student. The video shows a man tying a male student to a chair in class it Okeechobee. Hi. Other students were laughing and recording the scene on their phones. The video went viral after was shared by someone claiming to be the boy's sister. By that time, school administrators had already reassigned the staffer pending an investigation. Mental health specialists have reached out to the family. I'm Gordon Byrd some tense moments at the end of governor to Santa's Roundtable on Mental Health in Tampa. When he was asked about the recent investigation into former coronavirus data analyst Rebecca Jones. The governor admitted he was aware of it. But when a reporter characterized the serving of a warrant at her Tallahassee home as a raid, the governor angrily defended F D. L E agents. It was not a raid. They were serving valid process in accordance with the laws and Constitution of the United States in the state of Florida. They did it with integrity. They did it. With honor and to say it's a raid is disinformation. Jones is suspected of sending an unauthorized message to reform our colleagues on the state's emergency operations platform. She's denied those charges. No Child eight set but a setback for the defense. In the case of the accused Parkland school shooter, the judge ruled there is no legal basis to remove the death penalty is an option in the case. Nicholas Cruz is charged with 17 counts of murder in the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. His legal team has offered a guilty plea in exchange for life in prison. The state is seeking the death penalty Rapper Little Wayne pled guilty to a federal gun charge in a Miami courtroom. Authorities say the gold plated weapon was discovered during a luggage search at Opa Locka executive Airport A year ago, an anonymous tip led officers to conduct that search. He's now facing up to 10 years in federal prison and in the NBA preseason Orlando beat the Hawks 1 16 to 1 12 in Atlanta with Florida News. I'm trade Johnson. You hear your car 0% Whisper up to 84 Month Miami.

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Y o D. And Okeechobee County School employees under investigation after video showed him zip tying a student. The video shows a man tying a male student to a chair in class it Okeechobee. Hi. Other students were laughing and recording the scene on their phones. The video went viral after was shared by someone claiming to be the boy's sister. By that time, school administrators had already reassigned the staffer pending an investigation. Mental health specialists have reached out to the family. I'm Gordon Byrd some tense moments at the end of governor to Santa's Roundtable on Mental Health in Tampa. When he was asked about the recent investigation into former coronavirus data analyst Rebecca Jones. The governor admitted he was aware of it. But when a reporter characterized the serving of a warrant at her Tallahassee home as a raid, the governor angrily defended F. D. L E agents. It was not a raid. They were serving valid process in accordance with the laws and constitution of the United States and the state of Florida. They did it with integrity. They did it with honor and to say it's a raid is disinformation. Jones is suspected of sending an unauthorized message to reform our colleagues on the state's emergency operations platform. She's denied those charges. No trial date set but a setback for the defense. In the case of the accused Parkland school shooter, the judge ruled there is no legal basis to remove the death penalty is an option in the case. Nicholas Cruz is charged with 17 counts of murder in the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. His legal team has offered a guilty plea in exchange for life in prison. The state is seeking the death penalty. Rapper Little Wayne pled guilty to a federal gun charge in a Miami courtroom. Authorities say the gold plated weapon was discovered during a luggage search at Opa Locka executive AARP. For the year ago, an anonymous tip led officers to conduct that search. He's now facing up to 10 years in federal prison and in the NBA preseason Orlando beat the Hawks 1 16 to 1 12 in Atlanta with Florida News. I'm trade Johnson. You hear your car.

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And Okeechobee County School employees under investigation after video showed him zip tying a student. The video shows a man tying a male student to a chair in class it Okeechobee. Hi. Other students were laughing and recording the scene on their phones. The video went viral after it was shared by someone claiming to be the boy's sister. By that time, school administrators had already reassigned the staffer pending an investigation. Mental health specialists have reached out to the family. I'm Gordon Byrd some tense moments at the end of governor to Santa's Roundtable on Mental Health in Tampa. When he was asked about the recent investigation into former coronavirus data analyst Rebecca Jones. The governor admitted he was aware of it. But when a reporter characterized the serving of a warrant at her Tallahassee home as a raid, the governor angrily defended F. D. L E agents. It was not a raid. They were serving valid process in accordance with the laws and constitution of the United States and the state of Florida. They did it with integrity. They did it with honor and to say it's a raid is disinformation. Jones is suspected of sending an unauthorized message to reform our colleagues on the state's emergency operations platform. She's denied those charges. No Child eight set but a setback for the defense. In the case of the accused Parkland school shooter, the judge ruled there is no legal basis to remove the death penalty is an option in the case. Nicholas Cruz is charged with 17 counts of murder in the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. His legal team has offered a guilty plea in exchange for life in prison. The state is seeking the death penalty Rapper Little Wayne pled guilty to a federal gun charge in a Miami courtroom. Authorities say the gold plated weapon.

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"And Okeechobee County School employees under investigation after video showed him zip tying a student. The video shows a man tying a male student to a chair in class it Okeechobee. Hi. Other students were laughing and recording the scene on their phones. The video went viral after was shared by someone claiming to be the boy's sister. By that time, school administrators had already reassigned the staffer pending an investigation. Mental health specialists have reached out to the family. I'm Gordon Byrd some tense moments at the end of governor to Santa's Roundtable on Mental Health in Tampa. When he was asked about the recent investigation into former coronavirus data analyst Rebecca Jones. The governor admitted he was aware of it. But when a reporter characterized the serving of a warrant at her Tallahassee home as a raid, the governor angrily defended F. D. L E agents. It was not a raid. They were serving valid process in accordance with the laws and constitution of the United States and the state of Florida. They did it with integrity. They did it with honor and to say it's a raid is disinformation. Jones is suspected of sending an unauthorized message to reform our colleagues on the state's emergency operations platform. She's denied those charges. No trial date set but a setback for the defense. In the case of the accused Parkland school shooter, the judge ruled there is no legal basis to remove the death penalty is an option in the case. Nicholas Cruz is charged with 17 counts of murder in the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. His legal team has offered a guilty plea in exchange for life in prison. The state is seeking the death penalty. Rapper Little Wayne pled guilty to a federal gun charge in a Miami courtroom. Authorities say the gold plated weapon was discovered during a luggage search at Opa Locka executive AARP. For the year ago, Anonymous tip led officers to conduct that search. He's now facing up to 10 years in federal prison and in the NBA preseason Orlando beat the Hawks 1 16 to 1 12 in Atlanta..

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:10 min | 11 months ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Weapon L, a Tampa and W X TV HD to Clearwater and Okeechobee County School employees under investigation after video showed him zip tying a student. The video shows a man tying a male student to a chair in class it Okeechobee. Hi. Other students were laughing and recording the scene on their phones. The video went viral after it was shared by someone claiming to be the boy's sister. By that time, school administrators had already reassigned the staffer pending an investigation. Mental health specialists have reached out to the family. I'm Gordon Byrd some tense moments at the end of governor to Santa's Roundtable on Mental Health in Tampa. When he was asked about the recent investigation into former coronavirus data analyst Rebecca Jones. The governor admitted he was aware of it. But when a reporter characterized the serving of a warrant at her Tallahassee home as a raid, the governor angrily defended F. D. L E agents. It was not a raid. They were serving valid process in accordance with the laws and constitution of the United States and the state of Florida. They did it with integrity. They did it with honor and to say it's a raid is disinformation. Jones is suspected of sending an unauthorized message to reform our colleagues on the state's emergency operations platform. She's denied those charges. No trial date set but a setback for the defense. In the case of the accused Parkland school shooter, the judge ruled there is no legal basis to remove the death penalty is an option in the case. Nicholas Cruz is charged with 17 counts of murder in the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. His legal team has offered a guilty plea in exchange for life in prison. The state is seeking the death penalty. Rapper Little Wayne pled guilty to a federal gun charge in a Miami courtroom. Authorities say the gold plated weapon was discovered during a luggage search at Opa Locka executive heir. For the year ago, an anonymous tip led officers to conduct that search. He's now facing up to 10 years in federal prison and in the NBA preseason Orlando beat the Hawks 1 16 to 1 12 in Atlanta with Florida News. I'm trade Johnson. All right, Bobby Maggie here. We've all had some extra time to think we were all excited to get back to work and to do what we love to do. But this time we have to do it differently. We have to be smarter. We have to be more careful..

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on AP News

"Responsibility to protect the integrity of this election very seriously. In 2016, we began to face new kinds of threats, and after years of preparation, we were ready to defend against them so imposed by President Trump on the integrity of the election have been flagged. Senate Judiciary Committee chair Lindsey Graham is worried about the power of Facebook and Twitter. The question for us is a country At what point The decisions by these organizations. Crossed a line. But Graham and other Republicans have refused to knock down President Trump's unfounded claims of voting irregularities and fraud. Concerns about the coronavirus in jail emerged as the latest roadblock in the death penalty case against Nicholas Cruz, who was accused in the 2018 massacre that killed 17 people at a high school in Florida. This is AP News. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tested negative for the coronavirus. He was in contact with someone with the virus. Still, Olsen's office says the prime minister was tested using a lateral flow test a quick test that doesn't need to be processed in a lab. Johnson was told to self isolate on Sunday after the lawmaker with whom he met three days earlier. Her tested positive. The prime minister says he has no symptoms that would continue to lead the government holding meetings using videoconferencing. Johnson was seriously ill with the coronavirus in April, spending three nights in intensive care in London. People who recovered from the various are thought to have some immunity, but it's unclear how long it lasts. Charles Dillon Decima London An investigation is underway after the failed launch of a rocket that was meant to lift to earth observation satellites into orbit. Launch was in French Guiana. The Vega rocket was carrying French and Spanish imaging satellites. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News AP.

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Regus News Radius X 10 w Y o D wasn't of this. A man in Hong Kong is Thief. First patient in the world to be infected with Corona virus. For a second time. NBC's Tom Costello reports. The 33 year old man developed mild symptoms in late March when he was first diagnosed, and he became reinfected this month. But experts on this side of the ocean tell me this really underscores something that they've been saying all along how sick you are probably determines how much immunity you have. The sicker you are the more immunity because he had a mild case that left him or exposed to having a second case of Corona virus Now, according to the University of Hong Kong, the man tested positive for the virus after returning to Hong Kong from Spain and has been hospitalized but remains asymptomatic. This finding suggests that some patients who recover from Covent 19 may have on Ly short lived immunity from reinfection Yale University Immuno biology professor Akiko Iwasaki tweeted that this is no cause for alarm. This is a textbook example of how immunity should work. 805 Broward County courts remain closed because of the pandemic. It's gonna be a virtual status hearing this morning. So for the confessed Parkland killer know where yet exactly what will be discussed. Nicholas Cruz is charged with getting down the 17 lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High on Valentine's Day two years ago. Chicago leaders Reacting to video of police shooting a black man several times in the back in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Sunday, Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown was asked about it at an unrelated news conference have seen the video in Kenosha got.

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"nicholas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"nicholas cruz" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"It is and again. We don't want to make any kind of assumptions based on a preliminary investigation that's just started. But again, the video looks got off. The shooting and video circulating online sparked massive protests and unrest in Kenosha for the past two dates. Well with Broward County Court's closed, It's going to be a virtual status hearing this morning for the confessed Parkland shooter. No word yet exactly what will be discussed. Nicholas Cruz is charged with getting down 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine's Day in 2018. So far, Judge Elizabeth Surer has not said a specific trial date. Police may be closer to finding out who had a teenage bicyclists and fled the scene of Miami Dade 14 year old Ethan Gordon was riding his bike in Belle Harbor over the weekend when hit by a car and died. Police say they made contact with the lawyer for a woman involved in the crash. But they haven't announced an arrest. The search continues for the 2018 silver Kia Optima with Florida tag that police believe was involved. And the Miami Heat, moving on to the Eastern Conference semifinals after 99 to 87 win, giving them a sweep of the Indiana Pacers in the Orlando bubble. The Orlando Magic now trail the Bucks three games to one after losing the Milwaukee 121 to 1 No. Six More news at 6 30. It's 606. I'm Natalie Rodriguez. Good morning, Jimmy. Good morning. We've got the good numbers from the state of Florida. Not great, but better. It's all you can be is better or worse. They're better. Ah, a couple of things to talk about the disingenuous nature of the reporting concerning the Republican National Convention last night. I'll give you proof of that, plus What in the world is the Miami Herald? Or I swear we'll talk about it straight ahead in 6 12 traffic. It's six Tannen is Rio 6 10 W II, O'Day Caverns has re opened with new safety measures in place you now get to throw through this natural environment with your own self guided tour, hospital grade sprays air disinfecting handrails, hand sanitizing.

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Miami - Death Penalty Trial Of Confessed Parkland Shooter Postponed Indefinitely

Orlando's Evening News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Miami - Death Penalty Trial Of Confessed Parkland Shooter Postponed Indefinitely

"Still no trial date yet for the parkland school shooter today attorneys for Nicholas Cruz met with the judge for a status hearing on zoom Cruz is accused of killing seventeen people and wounding seventeen others in twenty eighteen at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school police say Cruz confessed to the shooting and prosecutors are seeking the death penalty the next hearing is set for August twenty

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