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"omaha world herald" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

07:26 min | Last month

"omaha world herald" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Again, We will talk more about the NFL some false positive tests. That have come out and the laboratory in New Jersey that is being looked at by the NFL because of some of these nine false positive for the Bears 10 false positive for the Jets. Adam Schefter reporting 12 presumptive positive test for the Vikings as wells. We will talk about that here on Sunday morning on ESPN radio, but Let's get to our next guest here. Join us on the shell. Pennzoil Performance line. Randy, wait for Ohio say, is he not there, guys. She's not there, okay? Not there yet. We're going to get to that in a matter of moments, but the story coming out, we'll get to Randy. Wait in a matter of moments, but about the big 10. And the fact that you had the Big 10 office kind of operating, according to the Omaha World Herald in silos and discussing certain things, Kevin Warren with the athletic directors who By all accounts most, if not all, the athletic directors wanted college football to take place. They were in favor of it. But then the presidents and chancellors were on the other side, saying, No, we don't want to do that. We had Ryan Smith on last segment. Last hour, ESPN legal analyst mired Metcalf saying that Look, the the lawsuit from the Nebraska parents might actually work said It's a 50 50 proposition not for return to play but for more transparency and some of the information to come out about why they made the decision that they did. Yeah, I think you've mentioned this multiple times on the show Matt At the end of the day, the big 10 will have to find a way to recover from this from an image standpoint, because this is a lot of turmoil. They're going to have to, and it's going to be interesting to see what happens there. Randy, Wait is Thie Father Sean Way? The Ohio State parent who was kind of one of the leaders of this of this protest at the Big 10 office on Friday, joins us now on Sunday morning on ESPN radio. Randy, What did you want to accomplish on Friday? Uh, this communication, um, set a lot of communication and start something that you know it's a bit more than letters and petitions. Justin feels the pain. The effort of the Big 10 office. I think we all understand. Kevin Warne is certainly the face of this. But why are we seeing more protest outside the offices of the president's throughout the big tent actually voted it made these decisions. Being there Things like some great idea, but we should look into somebody you might happen. Have you have you had conversations or correspondence with leadership in Ohio State, specifically the president. No, I don't mean I don't. I don't want it. That's not me. That's not my issue. My issue is our kid. Uh, one more conversation, more clarity, more transparency about using that thing came about and what can we do further to make a football and a teacher? That's not me. I'm just the battery since the alternator Libya I'm just the match started. The current president of the different organisations are getting together this week and they're the ones we're going to organize. Communication between President of communication between Kevin one If you ever thought you were just the master, Have you heard anything? Has your group heard anything from anyone associated with the big 10? No, not that I know what I I talked to parents from. You know, Nebraska. I will, um, from Purdue from 66 things. As far as I know, none of us heard it. But I don't speak for everyone. Everyone starting to get together. Now we're gonna have a couple meetings today to see what our next steps are and kind of open there. I'm curious about this ever how much of this is tied? So the concern that we might not be able to play football in the spring either. Best way is if people got stop saying we just want football we just want for about You say this conference in the country? We feel that Saying things were handled was just it was crazy, and we just for luck, but not a scheduled for this stuff. You couldn't explain that the same thinking keys. We don't want the head if you do not bring that fire, But let's get some communication to make sure everything is in place. The doctors will be disappointed and have to play to spring and kids that get in the cab playing offering kids gotta talk to agent to make sure you get a good idea for them to do it. You know, so like The insurgency is very important. You know, People don't want to look a college football reasons, but it's a business for these kids up. Randy Wade, father of Ohio State cornerback Shawn Way, joining us here Sunday morning on ESPN Radio. Matt Check along with mired Metcalf. Kevin Warren sent out that letter to the Big 10 community. Late last week. Why was that letter? Not good enough? Because it was specifically didn't tell me the reason that he shows not play in the fall, and it did it. Say what schools Chose voted against. No one knows if they had a vote, but they didn't have a vote. We just want to know who want people to stand up and say, Okay, we chose not to have a vote because of this, you know, and because of whatever you say we want to know what's going to be different in this plane. You know what's the time frame in spring? Right now on ESPN dot coms. NFL mock draft for 2021 Your son right now is listed as the eighth Vic. In that upcoming draft. If Shawn finds out that the big 10 has found a way to play, let's say an eight game schedule in the spring. What does Sean do, knowing that he has that NFL opportunity waiting right there for For the first round of play, because, uh, draft and come by so close when it happened. Come off. If you have a good son, you keep that that, uh That mark and in whatever it is, yes, it don't matter. It's about the teams looking at him for NFL. People think that all these months thereafter there but have your school stuff like that, But it's about really The college football teams inspection looking at, you know, they give you the opportunity to get sick so hard, so so not planning a spring, So whatever people do not even think about it if they get the ball to combine in a draft How far back would they have to move it for you to consider it? What kind of gap would there have to be between football and those events? Something close to the original Get that you have on a regular year. You know, on a rear on a regular feeding your hospital, you know, trying to make the playoffs and all that kind of stuff that that same kind of Randy if you don't get the big 10 putting out the schedule for the upcoming season, and then the delay days later Would we see the same backlash the same response from you all?.

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

07:02 min | Last month

"omaha world herald" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Morning on ESPN Radio presented by Progressive Insurance. No college football in the Pac 12 or in the big 10 12 minutes from now we're going to talk to a member. Of the Corona Virus Advisory committee. So looking forward to that to see and ask him if the SEC big 12 a CC, if they're doing The right thing Right now. There are folks a lot of folks who believe that what the big 10 and the Pac 12 did. Yeah, it might have been the right decision, but maybe they made that decision. A little bit too soon, and Kevin warned, the commissioner of the Big 10 has taken AH lot of flak. There was a write up in the Omaha World Herald by Sam McEwan, who wrote about the fact that there were a handful of AIDS who were pushing for football. Jean Smith, Bill Moose, Sandy Barbara Penn State wanted football to take place yet. Kevin Warren was kind of operating and in multiple silos and never connected those where there was never a big group of people with that included both chancellors and athletic directors in the same zoom meetings in these same conversations, and so you had one side, so we want to play on the other side, saying, I think we're like we're good. That's why you get a schedule release and then six days later You get a schedule essentially canceled. The big 12 is moving forward. At least right now On the flagship podcast bobbles be the big 12 commissioner was asked what's at stake this fall. If there is no college football in the fall. Is it accurate to say there's probably no other sports for that academic year. I I think that's probably right. You know, there'll be some conversation about that. And you know, likely a lot of institutional input, but that that's AH, likely to be the circumstance. I think based upon what I've heard from our campuses That's the big 12 commissioner, telling you that if we do not get through this football season, then there will be no sports in the spring in the winter slash spring. That would be unfortunate for those hoping for a spring football. That would be unfortunate for those most importantly, hoping for another tournament after we missed it out out at last year. Admire. That would be. I was surprised to hear that because we've talked so much about how this virus changes. And if you can't get through the fall is essentially connecting the dots saying, Yeah, we'll see you next fall. Yeah, And I think it's valid. Tio issued at concern if that's what it is. I mean, I think part of the backlash. We have dig knowledge when it comes to the big 10 in the Pac 12. You got a lot of people who understand that we might not play football in the spring. Think about what we thought in March, Matt about what this would be like Right now in this country about where we would be. We thought everybody would have the green light at this point, and that didn't happen, so it's fair for people to go. What's going to change in January and February, when some of these experts are suggesting things could get worse. So I get that and I think that's a realistic perspective for everybody involved that there are no guarantees in spring. I don't think that's what Bob Bowlsby assaying right now, though. I think Bob is saying, Listen now or never, And I want the people in my league to get behind this idea that we have to play football now, because if we don't play football, then there's no room to play any other sports. Now I've talked to Dan Gavin. Senior vice president of basketball in the multiple times. I've talked to NBC president. I've talked to other top coaches around college basketball. I'm convinced That we will have a tournament in basketball one way or the other. Ah, bubble, some remote location. They're going play. But I do think Bob Bowlsby is trying to encourage the sense of urgency. Matt that listen. If we don't do it now, then you know what? We might not have sports till next fall, And that gets people who are in that sort of Oh, no, that fear zone that concern that encouraged them. I think to get behind the idea of playing now and feeling like this is the on ly window. No, actually actually play And I wonder if that's part of the mindset to Sunday morning Magic mired Metcalfe on ESPN Radio as to why those three leagues continue to push forward is The risk tolerance factor of Look, if we don't do it now, we're probably not going to do it in the spring, So let's at least give this a chance to fail. Give it a chance to not work before we go into the well, There's too much uncertainty. So we're not even going to give this shot and you go back to the big 10 aspect of this. And I go back to that Omaha World Herald story where it talks about how the fact that you have this return to competition committee. That the big 10 this task force, the Big 10 is huge on task forces. I think they have, like a half dozen they've had over the last six months, but this one involves coaches. Athletic directors, presidents Psychologists like it involves a lot of people. And my reaction is that's what should have been the return to competition Committee. That's what should have been on the low zoom calls to determine if you're going to play this fall. There wasn't enough communication and that's you know, the left hand didn't know what the right hand was doing. You had some people putting a schedule together the eighties and yet we want to play. You put it out and the president's going. What are they doing over there? Cause we're thinking of canceling this thing. And you have Kevin Ward in the middle. The big 10 commissioners kind of running back and forth almost like a rob Manfred. Say, OK, I'm going to go to you. Okay? What do you want? Now? I'm gonna go to you. What do you want, And that's not how college works. That's not how these campuses work, and and you wonder like you said last week. Mind if it's just that NFL mindset that might have backfired on the Big 10 commissioner. Any time you have an A D like Santa Barbara Penn State, saying, I don't even know if a vote took place. You got a miscommunication problem that has to be changed here in the coming weeks and months for the big time. And then you have the chancellor of the University of Nebraska say no. There was a vote. And so he came out with that. Kevin Warren's letter to the big tank community saying, Yeah, there was a vote. So get a lot of miscommunication regarding the uncertainty, and it led to more uncertainty Sunday morning on ESPN Radio, the ESPN app Up. Next we will chat with a doctor who is currently on the Corona Virus Advisory Committee and what he advised the rest of college football to stop playing before they even start. Coming up. On Monday, three days of NBA playoff action reset, where we stand and write the top five teams who could actually win the title. Keyshawn J. Willing. Zuba.

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:25 min | 5 months ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Front of this effort we talking about the same Iowa Vice President Mike Pence at the White House this week praising the great success story that is Iowa Iowa leading the pack rolling out testing at a record pace got lots of testing troubles in Iowa. People are waiting like two weeks plus for their results. I don't I'm not sure why. The White House thinks that things are going awesome in Iowa. They have testing trouble. They have several of the fastest growing outbreaks in the country in Iowa. They terribly with social distancing they actually never did a stay at home order and they have lots of I mean. Don't think for me I will say the local press in that part of the country itself appears mystified by this characterization from the White House that Iowa's doing great the Quad City Times out of Eastern Iowa ran with this headline quote pence calls. Iowa's success story as virus related deaths and hospitalizations. Climb that more unregistered. Made a similar point quote although pence this week called Iowa a success story it's handling of the pandemic rates of infection continue to climb across the state when columnist with the Omaha World in Nebraska simply tweeted a picture that success storyline From pence with this caption are we in upside. Are we in the upside down against that? Backdrop Vice President Pence visited Iowa today ended up arriving an hour late after the news broke that his press secretary had tested positive for Corona Virus. Because of that other staff members on board his Flight. Rask to deplane plane and go get tested so the vice president was late by the time he actually landed in Iowa. Iowa was dealing with a flood of headlines about one of the meat processing plants in the state that pence have been bragging about on Wednesday at the White House bragging. About how great it was that it was reopening ahead of yesterday's reopening of Tyson meat processing plant in Waterloo Iowa. The Governor Kim Reynolds had soberly announced that more than four hundred workers at that plant had tested positive. That was yesterday. Today as pence pence was finally belatedly lending. The state was grappling with headlines. About the fact that it's not actually four hundred workers from that one plant like the governor said just yesterday turns out to be more than a thousand workers at that one plant in Waterloo Iowa who have become infected more than a thousand workers from one plant. That's not to mention their families their community contacts. Nothing just the workers over one thousand cases one plant Iowa more than doubled since the governor's sober assurances yesterday for whatever reason the White House seems very invested. Lauding Iowa a great success story. I had to pick a state. I wouldn't pick them. And I mentioned the Omaha World Herald and the reaction of their columnist to that characterization about Iowa part of the country is having trouble honestly a particularly in the places where those states come together one of the reasons that Sioux City Iowa is dealing with one of the worst outbreaks in the whole country is thought to be because of a huge meat processing plant. That's just across the Missouri River in Nebraska Dakota County Nebraska. That County Dakota County just saw a record surgeon new cases their largest number of new cases in one day. Yet at three hundred. Sixty one positives in one day. And that's a county with only twenty thousand people in it. We don't know how many of those positive cases are workers from that Dakota County plant which also just reopened. The plant is not announcing how many of its workers are infected. Nebraska's governor says the plants don't have to say how many of their workers have tested positive. He says it's a business decision. It's their call. But that County Dakota county just across the Missouri River from Sioux City. Iowa Dakota County does have a population of less than twenty thousand people in their up. Fourteen hundred cases overall now not testing in the first place not allowing test results to be made. When they're testing. I mean denying that these outbreaks exist or that they attend to any specific place or workplace is a bad strategy. It's it's a specific kind of bad though to kind of bad that one Nebraska state senator is now calling a political cover up in his state. He joins US next. Stay.

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:55 min | 7 months ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's called Canada the way it came to me was literally I am see it I really want to go to Canada and empire I sort of was having this moment of discovering all these new artists that for Canadian and I'm a very big fan of Rufus Wainwright in Methuen right turn you Mitchell a rodent in Portugal where we had a couple of days off it wasn't a sort of hugely conscious purses writing the song but then when I when I think back on and I I I think that Canada is everywhere and fulfilling so it's metaphorical as well as being can basically acts I would like to go there the simplicity keeps and I still haven't been to Canada Sir it'll be all good when we get to happen but I do hope that it happens maybe for next world tour the original album out of my problems Caprica book collectible gold and bits of clothes and fresh cold milk they go together like BJ liederman who does our theme music a new serials pour forth if you please every year to tackle contemporary taste buds to mark national cereal day Corey Dillon ski of the Omaha world Herald and a group of his colleagues tried out ten new flavors they report jolly ranchers cereal tastes just like the candy so if you want that flavor for breakfast it's available it goes serial got a ten out of ten rating and plaudits for infusing the milk with delicious notes of maple syrup Leggo my Eggo and my spoon now a box of contradictions Hershey kisses serial bears and fortunate resemblance to a certain brown emoji but the testers say it's chocolatey delicious like coco pops times to maybe times ten but what really took Corey Dillon scanners oracle of Omaha back the pop charts on the kind of the pricing I don't really know what to expect without one but it actually tasted good the twenty one was the worst of what we tried to mother people take them with me it said it reminded her packing peanuts switches and grow their review you want for anything you would eat maybe the reporter should consider rating toothbrushes after this taste test but they did it.

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Warren Buffett exits newspaper industry

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 8 months ago

Warren Buffett exits newspaper industry

"Warren Buffett is giving up on newspapers selling Berkshire Hathaway's newspaper operations to publisher Lee enterprises for one hundred forty million dollars includes the Richmond times dispatch as well as buffets hometown newspaper the Omaha world Herald lease papers include the Saint Louis post dispatch in the Arizona daily

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Staff spent the day going over all of the video, and we have put a minute by minute. Scheduled down. It's called the tick tock of what exactly happened on the mall with the Covington high school students and the black Israelites and Nathan Phillips and his group, and we did find the audio. We found the video of somebody chanting. Build the wall, build the wall. And you're not gonna believe who said that we have this. And it's exclusive and you will hear it coming up in about twenty five minutes from now I want to spend some time here on earth and Phillips and who he is. Now, he is the elderly native American, but I want you to know this whole story. This media version of the story was a microwave meal. I mean, it came prepackaged and ready made the press could have written this with their eyes closed, and it appears many of them did. But if you care about something kind of old timey cold facts here, they are Phillips is a member of the Omaha tribe. He was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. He says he was five years old when he was taken away from his family and put in foster care he bounced around several homes and was finally raised by a white family who he says was abusive. Until he was seventeen. He then left home started working some construction jobs than he joined the marines. Now, almost every media outlet is describing him as a Vietnam veteran but Indian country today, which is a native American magazine describes him as a Vietnam era veteran which implies that he did not actually serve in Vietnam. Just in the era. It's an important distinction. Because Philip says it was so hard when he came back from Vietnam. He said people called me a baby killer in a hippie girl spat on me Indian country today noted that this incident happened when Phillips was in uniform, not when he was returning home from Vietnam we have reached out to the journalists at Indian country today, but we are still waiting for a response for several years. Phillips, led an annual ceremony honoring native American war veterans at Arlington. National cemetery and after he left the marines. He struggled with alcoholism. He was in and out of jail and in nineteen ninety he met a former middle school teacher who became his companion, and they travelled around the country protesting in one thousand nine hundred eighty four they settled in Washington DC after the tr- the truck they were driving broke down and caught fire during a demonstration in front of the White House. While in Washington, he co founded the native youth alliance. It's a nonprofit group now, this is really important nonprofit group works to ensure that traditional culture and spiritual as continue for the coming generations. He had no financial support for this organization at the time. He was working odd jobs in construction when he could by two thousand he was living in a teepee by the Washington Monument, and he lived in that teepee by the Washington Monument for deterement of November with his companion, and their toddler son and baby daughter, and he did it to tell America that American Indians don't have too much to be thankful before his words, not mine in a profile written about him in two thousand the Omaha world herald said, quote, privately other tribal leaders say Philip is regarded back in Nebraska as well. Intentioned brother, but struggling to cope with a troubled child. Hood, the leader of the Omaha tribe, generally avoids the type of activism that Phillips prefers. The type of activism that Phillips prefers now. Living low living in Michigan in two thousand fifteen I think in two thousand twelve he made a documentary film. He also made an anti-capitalist and anti-cop music video where the cop dies in the end. But then he moved to Michigan in two thousand fifteen he decided to go for an afternoon stroll according to him on one Saturday, and he came across a group of according to him thirty to forty students at eastern Michigan university, having a native American themed party in their backyard. He said they were all wearing body paint and feathers and summoned him over to the fence he said when he questioned their choice of activity. He said that they said they were honoring him he replied, you're not honoring me that wasn't honoring. This is racist. He said, then the students said go back to the reservation you blink Indian. He said that a student full of through full beer, Ken, Adam and hit him in the head. And he backed up in time to get hit instead in the chest. And he immediately called police. But by the time, the police got there there was no one there. And there was no. Sign of the party at the time eastern, Michigan university said it conducted an investigation, but no media outlets seem to report on the conclusion we reached out to EMU to find out their investigation if it collaborated a corroborated Phillips accusations of the verbal and physical assault. We are waiting to hear back from them. Today. Phillips is an Omaha tribe elder and the keeper of the sacred pipe. In two thousand sixteen in twenty seventeen. He was again on the front line with a seventeen year old daughter. He was part of the big protests against the Dakota Access pipeline across a sue land. In South Dakota. This guy is about as left as you can get last Friday Phillips was in Washington to participate in the inaugural indigenous peoples March the March was organized as a continuation of the two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen Dakota pipeline demonstrations it was organized by the indigenous peoples movement than international grassroots initiative aimed at increasing awareness of voter suppression. Now, listen to this divided families by walls and borders and environmental holy cost sex and human trafficking and police and military brutality. So he was marching in protest of the wall. After telling the Washington Post that he was mobbed by the Covington students he changed his tune and said he had approached the crowd to intervene because of racial tensions between the white students and the black Hebrew Israelites group. Wait until you hear the tick talk in about fifteen minutes, all of this comes undone. Now, this is his new statement. He said, quote, the Covington boys witness these individuals the black Hebrew Israelites group on their soapbox saying what they had to say. They didn't agree with it. And they gotta fended they were in the process of attacking these four black individuals. I was there, and I was witnessing all of this. And it kept going on and escalating, and it got to a point where you gotta do something or walk away. You know, you see something that is wrong and your face with that choice. What do I do right or wrong? There was this. Moment when I realized I had put myself between beast and pray. These young men, were Beasley and these old black individuals. They were there prey I stood in between them. And so they needed their pounds of flesh. And they took it from me. Oh my gosh. This is so offensive when you actually see the videotape of what happened liar. Leat and total lie to read that situation the way he did. Nope. There's no way you could say, oh, well, he's a good guy. And he just guide he misinterpreted. Wait, you call everybody, you know, and make sure that they are listening, and they are taking we will post these on the blaze web site. I will tweet everything out. You will have access to this. No one else is willing to do the homework in the mainstream media, what this man says proves he is a dangerous liar. He said it was scary. I mean, if you go back and look at the lynchings that was done in America, you'd see the faces on the people the glee and the hatred in their faces. That's what these white faces looked like. So they were thinking about lynching these black poor old black men, the black Israelites they were saying some harsh things. But some of it was true. These young white American kids who are being taught in their Catholic school their doctrine their truth. And when they found out there was more truth out there than what they were being taught. They were offended they were insulted. They were scared, and that's how they responded one thing. I was taught in their Marine Corps training was at a scared man will kill you. And that's what these boys were. He also told a reporter for the Indian country today, I'm angry with these instructors these chaperones in tutors. These children's lives were in their hands. That was their job. It wasn't my job to do. They were getting paid to take care of those children and act for them and make sure that they were behaving in the way. They were supposed to in my mind. It's a fireable offense. They've aligned those children to take the wrong path. And and they have a bright future to live. You know, if that was my child, I would not be happy with the school officials right now not to allow my child to behave that way, I don't care if if my child is that way when he's out in public. He'd better behave. I'm still scared. I'm still feeling vulnerable. But I'm not going to back down horrible. I mean, he's just lying and lying and lying throughout that entire. He is an anti American anti white anti cop anti military. Leftist activist. He has done this his whole light. And they ate would. He was feeding them without even questioning it because any in the media left wing activists. The Lincoln Memorial incident is complex. But when you actually see what happened you will see that the students of Covington high school were heroes in restraint. Nathan Phillips is not complex. This was not a case of punk teenagers. Accosting a poor native American veteran Phillips knew exactly what he was doing on Friday, and he was protesting the border wall. He has been traveling the country agitating for his cause for almost thirty years. This is what he does this is his identity and these days nothing stands in the way of personal identity, especially not some white kid wearing a red baseball.

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"As continue for the coming generations. He had no financial support for this organization at the time. He was working odd jobs in construction when he could by two thousand he was living in teepee by the Washington Monument, and he lived in that teepee by the Washington Monument for an entire month of November with his companion, and their toddler son and baby daughter, and he did it to tell America that American Indians don't have too much to be thankful before his words, not mine in a profile written about him in two thousand the Omaha world herald said, quote, privately other tribal leaders say Philip is regarded back in Nebraska as well. Intentioned brother but struggling to cope with troubled childhood. The leader of the Omaha tribe generally avoids the type of activism that Phillips prefers. The type of activism that Phillips prefers now. Living low living in Michigan in two thousand fifteen I think in two thousand twelve he made a documentary film. He also made an anti-capitalist and anti-cop music video where the cop dies in the end. But then he moved to Michigan in two thousand fifteen he decided to go for an afternoon stroll according to him on one Saturday, and he came across a group of Cording to him thirty to forty students at eastern Michigan university, having a native American themed party in their backyard. He said they were all wearing body paint and feathers and summoned him over to the fence he said when he questioned their choice of activity. He said that they said they were honoring him he replied, you're not honoring me that wasn't honoring. This is racist. He said, then the students said go back to the reservation you blink Indian. He said that a student full of through full beer, Ken, Adam and hit him in the head. And he backed up in time. To get hit instead in the chest. And he immediately called police. But by the time, the police got there there was no one there. And there was no sign of the party at the time eastern Michigan university said it conducted an investigation. But no media outlets seem to report on the conclusion we reached out to EMU to find out their investigation. If it collaborated cooperated Phillips, accusations of the verbal and physical assault. We are waiting to hear back from them. Today. Phillips is an Omaha tribe elder and the keeper of the sacred pipe. In two thousand sixteen in two twenty seventeen he was again on the front line with a seventeen year old daughter. He was part of the big protests against the Dakota Access pipeline across sue land. In South Dakota. This guy is about as left as you can get last Friday Phillips was in Washington to participate in the inaugural indigenous peoples March the March was organized as a continuation of the two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen Dakota pipeline demonstrations it was organized by the indigenous peoples movement and international grassroots initiative aimed at increasing awareness of voter suppression. Now, listen to this divided families by walls and borders and environmental holy cost sex and human trafficking and police and military brutality. So he was marching in protest of the wall. After telling the Washington Post that he was mobbed by the Covington students he changed his tune and said he had approached the crowd to intervene because of racial tensions between the white students and the black Hebrew Israelites group. Wait until you hear the tick tock in about fifteen minutes, all of this comes undone. Now, this is his new statement. He said, quote, the Covington boys witness these individuals the black Hebrew Israelites group on their soapbox saying what they had to say. They didn't agree with it..

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Leaving. Facility we require approval from both the planning board, which is called an amended master plan and from the city council, the city planning commission is hearing the master plan at Tuesday's meeting residents are also taking the chance to speak up. We hope that the city will stop and think about. The negative ramifications for those who live in the neighborhood in nearby. Pauline DeRosa is a founder of the garden city alliance. She says the top off the syllabi would bring major noise and traffic issues. This venue is just not appropriate. We're not against development, but this is not appropriate for our area code says this area is the only place top golf is considering in Rhode Island. Now, remember, the planning commission could vote on this. But ultimately, it does need to be approved by the full city council before it can move forward. Lawmakers and members of the public pack. The usually sleepy house rules committee last night in a last ditch effort to convince speaker nNcholas Mattiello and his allies to open up the legislative process. Mattiello's leadership team called the hearing on their proposed rules for the twenty one thousand nine hundred twenty session three weeks earlier than usual as they face pressure from a newly formed reform caucus of nineteen dissident Democrats who say power in the chambers to centralized stifling debate and harming the state two thousand eleven study showed island was one of the few states where the speaker never loses a vote John Mary executive director of common cause Rhode Island and a veteran of previous house rule hearings. Marveled at the turnout is more than two dozen individuals got up to testify over the course of about three hours. House speaker Nancy Pelosi and former Arizona congresswoman Gabby giffords are rolling out new gun safety legislation. Pelosi said the bipartisan background check acts of two thousand nineteen. Will be at the forefront of the new democratic house agenda. The Bill announced yesterday requires universal background checks for gun sales and transfers of firearms. Democrat Gifford was critically injured in a deadly mass shooting in twenty eleven and retired from congress in twenty twelve Brassica lawmaker wants to get rid of an old law that still allows slavery in certain cases, Nebraska, state, constitution, included a ban on slavery. When it was ratified in eighteen seventy five, but it allowed slavery as punishment for crime, the Omaha world herald reports Omaha democratic Senator Justin Wayne announced plans this weekday introduce a proposed amendment to the state constitution to remove the provision. Apple is scaling back. First-quarter production plans for new iphones reports out this morning say apple is cutting plan production for its three new iphone models by about ten percent in the first three months of this year. The cuts reflect weakening demand for iphone. Owns in China, which is the world's biggest smartphone market. The news comes a week after apple slashed its quarterly sales forecast. China's economy continues to slow during the trade war with the US Ellen Fall River, Laura legal retail sale of recreational marijuana in the city appears to be just days away northeast alternatives. Nine ninety nine William canning boulevard is scheduled for its final inspection today by the state, cannabis control commission. The location is within two hundred feet of the Rhode Island border. We have our sales ready inspection on Wednesday said company founder, Chris Harkins. If we don't have any issues, they will issue a certification the company must then wait seventy two hours before opening for business. Harkin said if the certification is issued they'll be busy hearkens added the company has been planning with the police in nearby businesses to handle the traffic, they expect when the facility opens northeast alternatives was the first company in the city to sell cannabis. Products to clients with a valid medical marijuana card. Now, the company is poised to be the first to complete the regulatory process to sell marijuana for recreational use New York City residents without health insurance will soon be covered mayor Bill de Blasio unveiling plans to give Affordable Care to some six hundred thousand people. Fox's Brian lettuce has details. New York City's mayor is on a mission to make sure no one is without healthcare healthcare is a human rights in.

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"NBC News Radio. I'm Lisa Carter. People getting frustrated as the partial government shutdown drags on into week three joke process of shutting the government down because they can't determine a budget is a joke. Everybody needs to meet halfway paid a lot of money to figure this stuff out so figured out. President Trump addressed the nation on the issue last night and Democrats responded, but there was little new information coming out the president is demanding billions of dollars for border wall saying there's a crisis at the southern border with Mexico. Democrats are refusing to found the wall. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer calls it ineffective and unnecessary. The president and congressional leaders are expected to get together again today to try and find common ground to end the shutdown. The chairman of Sears is on the clock to keep the company open at elaborate has another chance to save the retailer from liquidation as long as his hedge fund deposits one hundred twenty million dollars by this afternoon in its bid to escape from bankruptcy. The deal could keep four hundred and twenty-five stores. Open. The latest trade talks between the United States and China or getting good reviews. The trade talks were extended for a day wrapping up Wednesday in Beijing after they were originally scheduled to take place just Monday and Tuesday when asked about the meetings, one member of the US delegation said it's been a good one. And the discussions on trade went just fine. The two countries are working to get a trade deal done before March first when tariff increases on Chinese goods imported to the United States will go into effect. Correspondent bills them for authorities investigating suspicious packages found at foreign consulates and embassies and Australia. Fire officials in Malvern say consulates of the UK the US wetland and Pakistan were among those evacuated. Emergency workers were also called consulates longing to India, Greece, South Korea new-zealand Spain, France and Italy, some of the packages reportedly contained what appeared to be concrete. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio the family for Texas teenage. Major files. A wrongful death lawsuit against the metro Atlanta boy scouts organization fourteen year old Elisha night was killed last June at the bird Adam scout camp and Covington when a tree crushed his tent during a thunderstorm. The says his parents claim in the suit that adults on the camping trip failed to heed the scouts own severe weather protocol that day about a half hour before Elisha was killed. The national weather service had warned of sixty mile an hour winds in quarter-sized hail the family asked for a Cobb County jury to decide the case, but the suit doesn't ask for a specific damage amount. Rob statler NBC News Radio. The ficials say a DA agent is under investigation in connection with the Colombian money laundering. Scheme papers filed in Tampa, Florida US district court alleged the years long conspiracy would sometimes use undercover accounts controlled by the DA. The agent is said to have received cash payments from an account funded by thousands of dollars in drug money an exchange for spreading around proceeds in different ways to get the money. Into the hands of the Colombian traffickers the information about the accused agent was to fall in a plea agreement between the fads and a former DA informant and abroad lawmaker wants to get rid of an old law that still allows slavery in certain cases, Nebraska's state, constitution included a ban on slavery. When it was ratified in eighteen seventy five, but it allowed slavery as punishment for a crime, the Omaha world herald reports that Omaha democratic Senator Justin Wayne announced plans this week to introduce a proposed amendment to the state constitution to remove the provision. Wayne says the provision was used to.

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Hundreds of strangers honor Vietnam vet at his burial

KNX Programming

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Hundreds of strangers honor Vietnam vet at his burial

"Hundreds of strangers in military fatigues and civilian attire remembering the service and patriotism of seventy three year old army private Stanley clydes Stoltze the rallying cry for Stoltz began a week ago when the funeral home concerned that no one would show posted this notice in the Omaha world herald, the public is invited to the cemetery to honor a Vietnam veteran with no known family some siblings were eventually located but the notice had gone viral and the

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Hundreds of strangers honor Vietnam vet at his burial

KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Hundreds of strangers honor Vietnam vet at his burial

"Hundreds of strangers in military fatigues and civilian attire remembering the service and patriotism of seventy three year old army private Stanley clydes Stoltze the rallying cry for Stoltz began a week ago when the funeral home concern that no one would show posted this notice in the Omaha world herald, the public is invited to the cemetery to honor Vietnam veteran with no known family some siblings were eventually located but the notice had gone viral and the public responded as CBS news correspondent, Jeff

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Span radio we're gonna move the trade. Now we, can start, with the, Senator President Donald Trump has. Been fighting trade battles across the world and is taking a toll on Nebraska's farmers you support, legislation that would give congress more decision making authority over Trade Center you know. It's about time that we have a. President and an administration step up, and take a stand. Against the Chinese for example on trade they. Cheat they steal our intellectual property. They steal our patent and. I'm glad that. We're finally finally working. On some tough deals here but we also know that tariffs. Are not the way to go on this. We need to protect our eg Konami we need to protect our manufacturers but not, with tariffs we want, to have a level playing field we want free and fair trade we can compete with anybody I'm a rancher I'm looking Around here, I see somebody ranchers and farmers here this is what. We do we produce the safest. Healthiest most nutritious in the best tasting. Food around and we can compete with anybody but we need to have that level playing field you. Know I just heard before I came out here that we're going to be. Hearing some, good news on NAFTA we're going to be hearing some good news on what the president's been doing in dealings. With Mexico, the Mexicans, have come, out with a statement in. My conversations with president over the last several months that's what I've encouraged him to do because, those bilateral agreements are important and hopefully next we're getting the Canadians on board. As well same question to you continental. Will you know around the country, we are seeing things. That are improving but some things are getting. Much much worse particularly for our. Producers Senator Fisher voted against. The Toomey Bill. That would Would have ended this Washington, made trade war from turning into this washing ten. Made farm, crisis you know I am so proud of the resilience of our farmers you know not only do they. Feed the world they fuel the world that makes Nebraska an economic superpower and that is something that. We should be so proud of but you know what our farmers are telling us they want trade. They don't wanna bail out they don't want aid they want trade and. That's what we need to do we need to elect a. Senator who's gonna fight. For our Nebraska economy, rather than listening, to her party leaders and party bosses, Democratic Senate candidate Jane rebelled let's move onto, the Bill I was, brought up and he would you like. To respond Thank you there was no vote on the Toomey Bill. I supported that farm bureau. In fact. Came out and and made it known that I did support that with that amendment dealt with was a section only a section where the president has power. Under section, two thirty two to declare a national security interests when. He would, impose a tariff that needs to be, a power that congress is able to review I supported that members of congress know that and there was no vote. On that all right it's time for our first, commercial break when, we come back in two. Minutes the candidates will, ask each other a question you're watching debate for US. Senate on cable TV three news now and the Omaha world herald and this debate is between incumbent Senator Deb Fischer running for a second term, the Republican. Challenger is Jane Ray bowled. A democrat will return to the debate in just a moment On c..

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And three dollars the highest thirty four analysts in a bloomberg survey of up six and a half percent the homebuilders revenue for the fiscal second quarter beat analysts highest estimate in a bloomberg survey lanark adjusted earnings were more than triple the average projection pimm you mentioned technologies people unlike the idea that they were bringing down the high end of their earnings and sales forecast for the second quarter you can see that in a shares they're down about four and a half percent early trading mgm resorts international law by one and a half percent the casino owner was cut to neutral from bike on sax and taken off a list of the firms top picks now it looks like the mover of the day so far leeann surprises up about forty six percents the media company agreed to me as newspapers and websites ernie us markets for warren buffett's berkshire hathaway the deal includes berkshires hometown paper the omaha world herald terms weren't disclosed a couple more quick ones spectrum pharmaceuticals up seventeen percent people familiar with the matter said the biotech companies considering a sale and other options in response to takeover interest from drag baker and gw pharmaceuticals a five and a half percent this is a uk based company trading here as american depositary receipts w one us regulatory approval for the first medical treatment based on a compound and marijuana plants the drug will be used to treat childhood epilepsy typicals you know that it is june the twenty six but it is also a primary day in seven states around big deal.

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on KGO 810

"Escaped during multi vehicle crash on i four ninety five in fairfax county now what the with the dog with the bees with the dog running from the bees were you fleeing the bees i mean i love bees so i want to go rescue the bees of course and the dog i love this whoever wrote the first sentence though you know they love this i sentence from the article traffic was a buzz on the capitol beltway or near fairfax virginia after multi vehicle crash unleashed are swarm of bees period next paragraph and sentence a dog was lose to i hope everybody ended up okay got the dog back all there's the dog how cute walking with a trooper excuse me oh by the way the dog belonged to the man driving the tractor trailer carrying pallets of honeybees which had escaped i hope the bees are free and reproduce and don't die in the colony collapse disorder one last criminal headline of the day back real headline for not the onion out of the omaha world herald which by the way they're tag is real fair accurate real headline i just love this one a nearly naked man comma a bottle of vegetable oil they're not using oxford comma though they left that out and a teaser hyphen in not so routine patrol council bluffs yeah naked man vegetable oil in a tasers bad combo council bluffs man clad only in his underwear while wielding a bottle of vegetable hill was arrested for an thursday after an officer reportedly chasing a woman who tried to shoot him with the taser wow i wonder how as her interacts with vegetable oil just wondering just wondering just leaving that out there for you don't find out the answer to that this weekend.

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on KGO 810

"Multi vehicle crash on i four ninety five in fairfax county now what the with the dog with the bees with the dog writing from the bees were you fleeing the bees i mean i love bees so i want to go rescue the bees of course and the dog i love this whoever wrote the first sentence though you know they love this i sentence from the article traffic was a buzz on the capitol beltway or near fairfax virginia after multi vehicle crash unleashed their swarm of bees period next paragraph and sentence a dog was lose to i hope everybody ended up okay got the dog back there's the dog how cute walking with a trooper excuse me oh by the way the dog belonged to the man driving the tractor trailer carrying pallets of honeybees which had escaped i hope the bees are free and reproduce and don't die in the colony collapse disorder one last criminal headline of the day real headline for not the onion out of the omaha world herald which by the way they're tag is real fair accurate real headline i just love this one a nearly naked man comma a bottle of vegetable oil they're not using the oxford comma though they left that out and a taser hyphen in not so routine patrol in council bluffs yeah naked man vegetable oil a imitator bad combo council bluffs man clad only in his underwear while wielding a bottle of vegetable oil was arrested for an thursday after an officer reportedly saw chasing a woman who tried to shoot him with a taser wow i wonder how tease her interacts with vegetable oil just wondering just wondering just leaving that out there for you don't find out the answer to that this weekend okay don't combine the by the way also don't drive under the influence please dear lord don't drive under the influence is this weekend please be safe about that dave caroline thank you guys so much appreciate it by the way tune into tucker carlson five twenty eight twenty okay talking to him about that case in san diego the albertsons store chris on thank you guys so much ethan bearman this is keijo joey ten keep it you did for the ron owens report i think you're phenomenal hope one of the best you're a clown you wouldn't fight for this country if your life with so message eight ten traffic from the chilton auto body traffic desk seeing a.

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A school in other words you're calling for a significant shift in policies being contemplated to bring some data to the table right and the data so far dark knock show that having more weapons schools make kid safer what we find though starting with columbine including the kentucky school shooting last month the florida school shooting last week there were armed train police officers stationed at those schools those shooters still came knowing that so this theory that many have refusing quitting the president's the shooters intentionally go the gun free school zones there's no evidence that that's true reporter who was written for time the atlantic and others she has a book about education she's written this book about how the mind responds in an emergency called the unthinkable ms ripley thank you as the national rifle association pushes back against talk of new limits on firearms in the wake of that school massacre a big car rental company is ending its co branding relationship with the nra enterprise which also does alamo and national when a car offers discounts to nra members but that is now ending also one of the biggest privatelyheld banks in the country first national bank of omaha is reportedly pulling out of its nra credit card deal the omaha world herald has that story let me check the markets screens here dow s p and nasdaq are each month five tenths of one percent half a percent each the dow is up one hundred twenty two points above 25000 one guy to interest rates in america is down this morning two point eight eight percent on the 10year yield also today chinese authorities seized control of the insurance and real estate conglomerate.

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"This is a my third alert update a quick look at what is happening entertainment through on my talk might tell me something good uh the dizzy pixar film coco was the top of the of the box office over the holiday weekend earning seventy one million dollars and if you're keeping track at home cocoa ranks as the fourth best thanksgiving weekend opening for picks film muana and twice story three fold in more money coco also not a movie about conan o'brien or chocolate or the the sign language guerrilla thank you the right i get here though three fed actually looks really cute does doesn't it looks quite a door we were supposed to see it over the weekend and then we weren't able to because we were watching alf but i hear it's great yes go check out coko hitler talking about people are talking they have lots of things to say uh due to technical difficulties jay z cancelled his upcoming december six concert in lincoln nebraska jake made a statement on why he cancelled saying quote the stewards to important to me to do at halfway i respect you guys too much to take the money and run and the omaha world herald says installing the video screens on time is the main issue and at the end of october a concert in fresno california was cancelled for similar reasons interesting you think that maybe he would figure out how to fix that or that they would book a venue yet was he able to handle the giant videos greer die that is odd to me but okay i mean good on him though for not just taking the money and running yeah but yeah the plan ahead that's the that's the takeaways not steve miller panting his show yes this rights all right taylor swift tops the billboard album chart for a second straight week after reputation sold another two hundred fifty six thousand copies tim growing faith hill came in a distant second with their joint album the rest of our life that sold one hundred four thousand copy i.

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on KOIL

"Feb james you're listening to the data zone so i'm looking at the omaha world herald this morning you know coming to the radio station there was nothing in the i mean there was like not one story other than black friday stories that was it i mean it was like you terrorists killed all mass of people we talking about that i don't want to talk about how we have to talk about that i don't want to but we have to but i'm looking at the go to the front pages all it's it's it's the corner oscar stink and then it's black friday and it's like 14 stories about black friday but boy do i need bribe friday because oh man it just brings out so many wonderful stories it's just so entertaining match the peruvians destroy themselves they just repeat shut some guys ramnarine wrote what did he to say what does that was a plea well it's you know this is what i love about black friday it's the day when socialists and tifa and black lives matter activist cast ideology their guy false masks and traditional african garb to show even have an unhealthy addiction to corporatism in the free market i was working on that when all morning as nice twenty you don't see it's funny because you'll see arche democrats or occupy wall street or occupy whatever they occupy doing any marching a protests some black friday occupy walmart's aisles yeah instead why you still my punchline day i said of your worked on these all morning oh no instead you see them occupying log winds foot traffic and small retail spaces literally fighting each other to save forty dollars on a television set i mean vitamin d to god but that's all right that's why i love you man that's why that's why you're my favorite producer because you because work because we're back right there man were together on this but seriously i mean we're was the where was the marching where's the protests were where's my where's my ideological socialists man we need you this is like a one time of the year were i could get on your train and say let's fight the system stopped paying them all your money i mean it's just insane listener these listen these statistics i pulled from the daily mail.

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"We should be grateful to the omaha world herald steve lihua he's the guy that broke the story employees at the va nebraska western iowa health care system kept an unauthorized off the books white list for some omaha mental health appointments according to documents obtained by the world herald you cannot meet down with a feather by the world herald you cannot meet down with a feather a secret list steve continues dogs requirements the department of veterans affairs issued in july 2016 setting strict roles for establishing and maintaining waging liz according to a memo from the systems compliance officer to die rector dawn berman dated august the compliance offices audits included two we're sold blower complaints made about the lists for appointments at the vas mental health psychotherapy clinic in omaha.

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"omaha world herald" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"omaha world herald" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"Nebraska state police of female state trooper slaps a lawsuit against the state of nebraska former heads of the nebraska state patrol which is what it's called and a doctor she alleges female state police recruits routinely are subjected to humiliating physical invasive exams just imagine supposedly for hernias paul hamill state capital reporter the omaha world herald in lincoln nebraska with us live for delaware news at noon paul tell us more about the allegations in the lawsuits the extent that this seemingly or allegedly occurred in any reaction so far hey will do you know it's pretty outrageous claim here from a female uh a group hurry in our own them we tried to call doctors and we can couldn't find wandering head while this is this is how you look for ernie i you know i have a woman disrobing no it cannot be blared exposure generals and the other side so it in the backdrop here in nebraska we've had a couple other incident involving a patrol where there's been an allegation the people who top or trying to cover it up to to not allow something embarrassing to be out in public policy just one more example of this so is there some corroboration of this as any other woman come out to say yeah of you this is a truth oh what yeah there's another woman is going to file a lawsuit now file it yet but you did yeah painting abner noor and this was however a doctor performing this and was it at a doctor's office or at the state police patrol barracks are where it was a contract dr you know they hired a firm to do these pre employment physical and the dog dr arnn we've not com commented the company has not commented but he in a lawsuit indicated that this was the examination he was required to do by the state patrol there was really clear it's unclear patrol does require a hernia examination but out how you do that so i think there's some question about whether this doctor may have gone are you know so goes to whether it's the doctors judgment or whether there was anything from the state patrol that hired him suggesting that an invasive procedure was required by two doctors weary evola medical professionals were able to talk to yesterday said.

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