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"rafer johnson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
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"rafer johnson" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Did you see l A won Olympic gold in the decathlon in 1960 was a founding member of the Special Olympics had very close ties to the Kennedy family worked on behalf of Senator Robert Kennedy, in fact, and was with him in L A. After we 1968 California primary, putting him in a great position to oppose Richard Nixon in November for the presidency when he was assassinated at the ambassador hotel following his victory speech was walking several feet behind Kennedy with the senator's wife, Ethel, as they approached the hotel kitchen. And as I walked into that area, heard what I thought were balloons popping. Well, it turns out, I look across the room and I see smoke coming from a gun. Probably thought have been next to the gun up, probably fall away. But I was so far away that I could see everything going on. So I was the first one there and I put my pants on the gun hand and surely after I arrive, Roosevelt Group came. All three fell to the floor. Rafer Johnson on TVs be in Santa Barbara five years ago, and I took the gun and put in my pocket and police came and did everything they did. The senator went off to the hospital. I went up for a few minutes afterwards and said with a family and then I live near there, So I went home and neither little sleep and I woke up and I put my jacket with the put my jack. Good on and I noticed was kind of heavy on one side. Turns out he still had the gun immediately called the police who came by to pick up the evidence. We all had an unbelievable experience working with Robert Kennedy, and we know that if he had lived, things would have been different. I wish we had had the pleasure of his presidency for at least four years, maybe more. Rafer Johnson was a pallbearer at Robert Kennedy's funeral. He is survived by his wife, daughter and Olympic Beach volleyball athlete now a U. C L, a volleyball coach. Which son and all America track athlete at U C. L. A and Son in law on Old America Wide receiver at U C. L A. And also four grandchildren.
"rafer johnson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"With Paulie Niners hit pay dirt. Why, Clark? I did not know. Ownership papers. Roku Po. No, that's super catch my bed. Yes, Super Cat did not go with the super catch. Why? Number two? To me? The best cover. I remember just staring at this cover forever. And when I learned that it was the only cover ever without any words, Dude. Great God forgot about That one? Yeah. The U s hockey team. Great. That no words. Just the picture. Only Jack O'Callahan with no teeth on his knees with pictures of incredible. The best the best, Reacher. I retweeted that one. No words on there, huh? It was the first ever es I cover with no words. All right. Well, Murph just to finish up here on Rafer Johnson. So Yeah, that that celebrated duel with Taiwan ck yang and that Johnson also gained fame is the man who haven't this dude he wrestled the gun from RFK Assassin Serve on serve on. He also later founded the Special Olympics and finally He is the older brother of 40 Niner Hall of Fame cornerback Jimmy Johnson. Man Rest in peace, rape by neighbor with one of the bought this house. I found out four houses down the path is Jimmie Johnson. I couldn't believe it. I still see him walking around and gardening. I'm always like I feel like I'm seeing royalty, you know, elegant gentlemen, Jimmie Johnson. That's what Rafer what I met Ray for once Polly and a coat and tie event at the Wooden Center. Yeah, I felt like I was meeting royalty. I really did. That's great man. That's great. I'm glad you put that in there, cause I got to learn a couple things, right? Yeah, I just said everybody needs to know 84 Olympics. He lived. He lived flame. So we only had two Olympics in this country in the last 60 years in Atlanta, with the two light and Summer Olympics. I mean, not winter, but the only two guys who let that the flame where Mohammed Ali and Rafer Johnson, it's tough. It's tough to compete with that. Mohammed all lead flame lighting, dude. I mean, how do you not get emotional watching? That member told you, Candace and said this? Q and a with Janet Evans, the she passed people forget who's the second to last one doesn't get as much run. But that's a big deal. The person who runs the last 100 yards to hand it to you. It was chanted Evans, the swimmer, and she talked about how that moment when you run up the steps and turn around, Rafer Johnson.
"rafer johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio
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Johnson was considered the world's greatest athlete after winning the Olympic decathlon competition. NPR's Tom Goldman reports eight years after winning Olympic gold. Rafer Johnson helped subdue Robert F. Kennedy's assassin at a Los Angeles hotel. Extraordinary events, but they were just part of his rich, eventful life. The son of black farm workers, Johnson developed into a supreme athlete and student. A U C L. A. He was student body president played basketball for legendary coach John Wooden and was dominant in the multi event decathlon. After his 1960 Olympic victory, he went on to act in movies helped start the California Special Olympics lit the flame at the 1984 L. A summer games through it all. Rafer Johnson impressed with his graciousness and humility he was, said 1984 Olympic organizer Peter Ueberroth. Ah, marvelous human being Tom Goldman. NPR NEWS. Former French president Valery Giscard d'Estaing has died. 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"rafer johnson" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Coming up on KCBS. I'm Carrie. Who to SEC why Scientists say the harbor purpose population has doubled nearly 30 years after California's ban on Gill nets. Living over to the Bay Area. Chevy dealers Sports desk Kevin the raft talking NFL football on a Wednesday Yeah, hard to believe that the Baltimore Ravens got back in the game with the Steelers. The Ravens were down 19 to 7 with three minutes left in the game. Third string quarterback Trace McSorley on the field in place of Robert Griffin, the third who started in place of Lamar Jackson, who is out with covert 19. McSorley hit marquees ground for 70 Yard TD to make it 19 to 14. But then Ben Rafa's burger with a huge third and six pass from his own 17 had James Washington for 16 yards first down with 2 25 to play. It looks like the Steelers are about to run out the clock and win this To improve to 11 and know the Ravens will fall to six and 5 16 Ravens players on the reserve Covert 19 list nine starters out, including the Mark Jackson. Rafa's burger, by the way, 36 of 51 passing for 266 Yards, one TV and one interception. Robert Griffin. The third was seven of 12. For 33 yards. He threw a pick six to Joe Hayden midway through the first quarter and then McStarley McSorley came on in the fourth quarter. LeBron James signed a two year extension. Worth $85 million, and in case you missed it. Olympic decathlon champion Rafer Johnson, the older brother of former 40 Niner and Pro football Hall of Famer Jimmie Johnson. Died today at his home in L. A. Rafer Johnson was 85. He won the 1960 decathlon in Rome, Italy at the Sports Desk. Kevin Radic KCBS case CBS Sports Death sponsored by the Bay Area. Chevy Dealers Visit Bay Area Chevrolet dealers calm Yes..
Rafer Johnson, 1960 Olympic decathlon champion, dies at 86
"Champion Rafer Johnson died today in Los Angeles. He captured the decathlon of the 1960 Rome Olympics and ultimately set three world records. 1968 Johnson worked on Robert F. Kennedy's presidential campaign and helped subdue the gunman who fatally shot Kennedy. Rafer Johnson was 86 years old. Still
"rafer johnson" Discussed on WGN Radio
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Rafer Johnson, 1960 Olympic decathlon champion, dies at 86
"Olympic champion who helped subdue assassin has died. Rafer johnson was one of the world's greatest athletes when he won the decathlon at the rome olympics in nineteen sixty. He was working on robert. F kennedy's presidential campaign when kennedy was shot and killed johnson and two others capturing the shooter sirhan sirhan moments
"rafer johnson" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"We are back with russ baker author family of secrets russ rafer johnson grabs the gun roosevelt grier is there the ex football player sitting on sirhan sirhan is there any doubt that the guy was there with a gun i don't think there is any doubt he did have a gun and he was going to a shooting range you'd like to go to a shooting range so i think it's clear that he was there and as you point out those two athletes they had pinned him to a steam table in the kitchen he managed even after they pinned him to get a few more shots off what the what the psychologist and the other experts who spent more than a hundred hours over the course of a decade talking to him also putting him under and trying to get him to talk while under hypnosis abbas davidge is that he doesn't remember any of this doesn't remember going there although under hypnosis what the established was and this is extremely interesting i think is that he apparently went to the embassador hotel that's where there's all these different election night parties were to go to another party he'd gone to school with the daughter of another candidate and he was a young man was interested in meeting on women and he knew there would be parties there would be women there so he went there and he would call again i believe this is under hypnosis he recalls george and this guy not a drinker but he recalls that he had four tom collins isn't he imagine quite drunk any went to get coffee you runs into this woman a very attractive woman in a polka dotted dress.
"rafer johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"They were sitting on him holding him down they had him on top of a table and they just had a pinch and i gotta tell you got rose agree forum a crush your buddy you're not moving and rafer johnson grabs the gun clinton held his gun hand there's no way paul that these guys would grab the wrong person now person is somebody is behind kennedy and the and they're drawing their weapon and their arm gets hit or they get knocked over in the in the rush of people or this just an accidental discharge you i can see this happening i can't see five shots coming out of it but i certainly can see i mean but i mean if you have somebody standing right in front of your protectee wanting a gun at him horizontally that's the first person you're gonna go but nobody reported seeing somebody else did they yeah i saw i saw some testimony for where woman was seeking to correct to correct your fbi rapid eye statement her name was nina a rose hyphen something i forget what her last name was and basically she's basically saying now that there were ten to fourteen shots and that when she made her statement what about that video that film don't they record the amount of shots i heard i heard one or two and that was the basis for some an acoustic study that was done i think back in two thousand nine or two thousand ten that can that concluded thirteen shots fired jeez i did the same thing during the john f kennedy assassination and you know i mean that acoustical evidence was poohpoohing stuff and again that was being broadcast over police radio neck and it was recorded on a on a on a really i came to get the belt system dallas police police excuse to the quality of the recording was not very good this was rolling rolling film but this was taken from rolling tape right at the same okay we're gonna come back and take final phone calls with you paul in just a.
"rafer johnson" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Of funny i'm not i'm not an expert on the king assassination although i would i would like to spend more time researching that as well but what we have is not your ordinary garden variety murder we have the murder of a sitting us president we have the murder of a presidential candidate and those aren't investigated the same way as as an ordinary homicide is there are political forces at work there are agencies within the government who want to bring matters to us speedy conclusion that allows people to have faith in in in in america but i mean we can go back to to the to the great conspiracy and the fact that you know we may have been misled for john wilkes booth i mean there are just a number of issues out there within the political realm that would manda speedy an expedient trial inexpedient conviction with with with little regard for the truth let's talk about the autopsy report what does it indicate on indicates that three shots that struck senator kennedy spotty the the entry wounds were from behind so it seemed at an upward angle whereas all the witnesses president of their room agree on a couple of things number one that sirhan sirhan was always in front of senator kennedy and that kennedy's back was never to was never facing him and then when he got the first two shots off they were all a gun was held in a horizontal way and that you know during the scuffling for the gun while the other six shots were discharged the gun was pointed downward in some cases because they because rafer johnson was space in george clinton were slamming his gun hand against the steam table that they had they had you know pass near and then and then according to another witness to some of the shots were fired upward up in the air and there's indication for that because you know at least one of the bullets went through a suspended ceiling in that area center so none of the bull so only two of the shots only two of the shots that he fired actually struck senator kennedy but they came from the.
"rafer johnson" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"King assassination though i would i would like to spend more time researching that as well but what we have is not your ordinary garden variety murder we have the murder of a sitting us president we have the murder of a presidential candidate and those aren't investigated the same way as as an ordinary homicide is there a political forces at work there are agencies within the government who want to bring matters to a speedy conclusion that allows people to have faith in in in america but i mean we can go back to to the to the great conspiracy and the fact that you know we may have been misled for john wilkes booth i mean they were just a number of issues out there within the political realm that would demand a speedy and ex inexpedient trial inexpedient conviction with with little regard for the truth let's talk about the autopsy report what does it indicate how the opportunity indicates that three shots that struck senator kennedy's body the entry wounds were from behind so at an upward angle whereas all the witnesses president their room agree on a couple of things number one that was always in front of senator kennedy and the kennedys back was never to would you ever facing him and then when he got the first two shots off they were all gun was held in a horizontal way and that you know during the scuffling for the gun when the other six shots were discharged the gun was pointed downward in some cases because they because rafer johnson was space in george clinton were slamming his gun hand against a steam table they had they had to pass near and and then according to another way there's some of the shots were fired upward up in the air and there's indication for that because you know at least one of the bullets went through a suspended ceiling in that area there so none of the boat so only two of the shots only two of the shots that he fired actually struck senator kennedy but they came from the.
"rafer johnson" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Autopsy report what does it indicate on opportunity indicates that three shots that struck senator kennedy's body the the entry wounds were from behind so it seems at an upward angle whereas all the witnesses president of their own agree on a couple of things number one that sirhan sirhan was always in front of senator kennedy and that kennedy's back was never to never facing him and then when he got the first two shots off they were all the gun was held in a horizontal way and that you know during the scuffling for the gun when the other six shots were discharged the gun was pointed downward in some cases because they because rafer johnson was space in george clinton were slamming his gun hand against the esteem cable that they had they had you know pass near and then and then of course in other witnesses some of the shots were fired upward up in the air and there's indication for that because you know at least one of the bullets went through a suspended ceiling in that area center so none of the bo so only two of the shots that only two of the shots that he fired actually struck senator kennedy but they came from the wrong direction well that's that's clear that the entry wounds ask through the back and none of the witnesses placed teddy's back facing sirhan sirhan and that's a reasonable doubt right there why hasn't sure hand said anything about the assassination over the last several years other than i can't remember i can't remember i i saw one statement where he said he thought he was at a shooting range when he actually fired a senator kennedy and again this could be a person who might have a tenuous grasp on reality which might lead them which might lead someone to want to shoot a presidential candidate but the question is is he responsible for the fatal shot let's talk a little bit about him who was.
"rafer johnson" Discussed on 710 WOR
"But i just wanna say that's about the bobby kennedy thing because i think his son robert kennedy jr is out there saying that they're more bullets that he thinks because trade guy that was actually hit by one of the bullets that night believes that there were up to thirteen bullets that were fired ninety eight out of the revolver that your sir hanjin but remember george that rafer johnson olympic he catholic famous guy doing acting at the time wrestled sir hamster handed the ground that night and held his hand you know hell got the gun alerts and held him down until the police could apprehend him they all witnessed several numerous people witnessed eye witness reports have him just charging eight bullets into bobby kennedy so it's not like the jfk assassination were nobody saw pull the trigger and there was just wild speculation coming from all sides and sir hans our hands testimony you know bobby bobby kennedy i interviewed him back in december and was told by here hand seventy four years of age probably schizophrenic that he didn't murder his father doesn't remember it anymore at this point he has no recollection but he was he was identified by by prosecute by psychiatrist independence at the time of the murder as schizophrenic so i don't think he's a very credible witness now as far as trump is concerned in this new summit i think the important thing to take from this is this is extremely bad news to some people george it's catastrophic news for the democratic party heading into the midterm elections if trump gets a successful beginning of a potential peace treaty with north korea it completely up ends the muller investigation really diverts the attention he probably wins the nobel pri peace prize along with kim jong un right if they can develop a piece they can and so if you really look at the negative classes coming from all quarters over the summit talking about oh he's not really getting denuclearization is reversed his position you know he's changed its tune now i think what it shows is the democratic party being and the and the media that back sam which is just about everyone except for fox news that this is very threatening to their plan to take over the house and senate in november.
"rafer johnson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The committee really has made a statement that they foul you challenging yourself gone on the road putting yourself in a hostile environment they did that and they one yet they struggled a bit in the league and so to be very interested to see i i certainly deserve to be here and we'll see and i know bernard near the athletic director stanford on the committee corsi as to disqualify himself when you're teams are talked about but uh again the committee's got the work cut out form this year and one thing i wanted to ask him up before you go we saw a great ceremony last night the pac 12 all the bottom i know it's something you guys are very proud of and we keep marketed as the conference champions for a reason what a great to see so many great whether it be horner nba players or nfl players or olympic gold medallist that had been part of this compromise is something you guys are very crowded it is when it when i think about what's unique and that differentiated about the pac 12 it is around the all around excellent such as football and basketball which gets all the ten jim but the fact that we'd more olympia nhs than any other confident we win more nca championships since event is gone to the point will really seen as a showcase matches for basketball but a showcase for the conference overall so having carry wall jennings where the most decorated olympians ever out here rafer johnson go just an amazing icon in the olympic world in so many other cheryl miller representing women's basketball out here to have them come here be celebrated it really is a breakup here better than any marketing we could do it's great to have our forested have a champions out here larry scott briefing job it's been a lot of las vegas look north will reinforce within your follow me that guys you are the opening tip lobby good while kyats a rosy just got off you're listening to the pact world championship on westwood one you were all day then go home and make dinner that's not fair because making your dinner.
"rafer johnson" Discussed on WEEI
"And the two people are from the women's ice hockey team won from north korea one from south korea park jong are and one from north korea drunks who kion and so this is the symbol that they are at the bottom of this what looks like a ramp but will soon be transformed we hope into a staircase because otherwise i don't know how that get it so one last time felipe yungchiang opening ceremony north and south korea come together they each grip the torch one with a right hand one with the left waving to the crowd and soon they will turn around and face the slope of adventure which will suddenly transform itself into a staircase with will lead up to the weighting cauldron atop the slogan venture the moonshaped white porcelain jr inspired by the joe on dynasty and out and as in the center of the ramp there is the staircase and the truck begins for the north korean and south korean women's hockey players there are a lot of steps together top and there may be one more person awaiting zoned light the olympic flame yes were waiting to see who will actually liked the cauldron but the considering she hasn't appeared yet i don't think there's any surprise who is going to be both the fear that come the boy that is a long bonds unlike rafer johnson that the 1984 olympics as they climb up what looks to be about two hundred steps as they passed the steps the status go from light dark almost with the light pattern of following them up are near that sob butler twenty or so steps to go to get to the pace of.
"rafer johnson" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"There and the two people are from the women's ice hockey team won from north korea one from south korea park jong and one from north korea drunks who kion and so this is the symbol that they are at the bottom of this what looks like a ramp but will soon be transformed we hope into a staircase because otherwise i don't know how that get us up so one last time for felipe yungchiang opening ceremony north and south korea come together they each grip the torch one with a right hand one with the left waving to the crowd and soon they will turn around and face the slope of adventure which will suddenly transform itself into a staircase which will lead up to the weighting cauldron atop the slogan venture the moonshaped white porcelain jr inspired by the joe say on dynasty and now and just in the center of the ramp there is the staircase and the trot begins for the north korean and south korean women's hockey players there are a lot of steps together it's up and there may be a one more person awaiting so might the olympic flame yes were waiting to see who will actually liked the cauldron but the considering she hasn't appeared yet i don't think there's any surprise who it's going to be both the here they come the boy that is a long lines kind of like rafer johnson the phan 1984 olympics as they climb up what looks to be about two hundred status as they passed the steps the status quo from light said dark almost with the light pattern following them up there near that sob another twenty or so steps to go to get to the.
"rafer johnson" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"Generated the kind of debate that i'm sure was the the purpose of the exercise i congratulate you there a scary but you know epa i'm still i'm still venting a little bit you know and i i go back twenty years ago almost twenty years ago when espn was due in the top fifty and of course the the whole thing is left very vague what is what does it mean to be the greatest athlete right are we talking about sure athleticism which you know we would think of his strength and speed and a coordination are we talking about accomplishment in a single sport those are things left in the eye of the beholder you know which is why my father when he was voting for this for the top fifty back in ninety nine or whatever you know he put bo jackson number one because the him it was about athleticism any obo jackson is on this list but you know again or or you know the that's the art been who is a greater athlete is it a guy like jim thorpe who is one of the greatest track athletes ever it also professional football hall of famer and also major league baseball player or is it a guy like babe ruth or michael jordan who early dominance in their own individual sports but here you know you don't have a rafer johnson who not only in a one the decathlon a 1960 but played basketball ucla you don't have a milk campbell who won the decathlon in nineteen fifty six or a dan o'brien who was a world record holder in the decathlon which for so long was you kind of emblematic of the world's greatest athlete.