35 Burst results for "Ramirez"
Miami Beach Police Officers Heading To Washington DC To Help With Inauguration Security
"On Wednesday, Miami Dade Police director Freddy Ramirez says says all all are are highly highly trained trained for for these these types types of of events events working working with with the the Capitol Capitol police police and and other other law law enforcement enforcement agencies agencies to to secure secure that. that. Inauguration Inauguration process process about about 50. 50. Miami Miami Beach Beach Police Police officers officers flew flew to to Washington, Washington, D. D. C. C. On On Monday Monday they're they're joining joining 45 45 members members of of Miami Miami Dade's Dade's police police Rapid Rapid Deployment Deployment Force, Force, who who arrived there Sunday night. You probably noticed that trip to the gas pump has
NY1 Loses Five Female Anchors And Reporters As Network Settles Discrimination Lawsuit
"To five female anchors and reporters are gone from New York. One is part of a settlement of a lawsuit over age and gender discrimination. Roma Torrey, Kristin Shaughnessy, Janine Ramirez, Vivian Lee and Amanda Farinacci claimed the cable news station consistently prioritized male reporters at their colleagues direct
Dallas hosts Q&A livestream with police chief finalists
"The city of Dallas continues for the pool of candidates is getting smaller for its next police chief. Seven finalists for the position answered questions submitted by City Council During a virtual roundtable interview this week. Irving police Chief Deaf Spivey and Dallas Deputy Chief Ruben Ramirez spoke about the importance of police community relationships, number ones who are going to call the police when something doesn't look right, and if they don't trust the police Department, they're not gonna make that phone call. The community's deserve a police department that will look at data and then we'll look at data from a 90 degree difference in another 90 degree difference in another. City manager, DC Broadnax is expected to make a higher by the end of the month.
Manny Ramirez, 48, Brings His Bat to the Sydney Blue Sox
"48 Year old 12 time Major League Baseball All star Manny Ramirez will play for the city blue socks. The Australian Baseball League with season set to begin on Thursday. Ramirez, who's been suspended twice for violating baseball's drug policy. Has played in the minor leagues, China and Japan since his major league last at bat for Tampa in
"ramirez" Discussed on Everyonecast
"Or oil and gas or whatever i think everyone at a fundamental level kind of just has somewhat of a unbiased like give me the best option and i was an engineer. My whole thing is what what is sufficient. What is the most cost-effective. How are we going to get the best technology. Renewable great i think nuclear is is under representative rhonda represented oil and gas is integral part of that equation as well. If you said there was a a tiny little pill that i could plug into outlet and it would give me energy for forever. I'd say that's fantastic. Let's do it the memo reactor. Yeah exactly right. And i think most people are like that But like you said it's when you get into these these huge political arenas where oh well. My state's one hundred percent coal We can't we can't do this. I mean that's kind of a tales time and it's always been been around. I don't think it's that dynamic will ever ever ceased to exist unfortunately when it comes to pollution for these industries most people talk about carbon emissions. I don't know if you've ever looked into carbon capture. How much do you know about that. So i i know a pretty good bit about carbon capture. Actually there's a very a dedicated filled a study within the petroleum engineering kind of world dedicated to to carbon capture So globally we talked about these accumulations of oil and gas In in some of the most efficient accumulations of oil fields in the world. We can some of the best case. Scenario is we get fifty maybe sixty percent of the oil. That's actually in the ground and so one of the methods you can use is actually injecting. co two. You know the the bad stuff that you know that pollute the environment. You're gonna check that seemed to back into the ground into these reservoirs. And basically they go to the dead ends of all these of all the reservoir tunnels and they help move that oil backup to the surface and you can increase. Get another twenty. You know sometimes twenty percent recovery from these from these reservoirs. So and that's that's what they call kind of tertiary recovery at hands oil recovery so that that's kind of one of the carbon capture facets I know some argue. Hey you're you're pumping that co two back in the ground. But then you're also getting more oil and gas backup so kind of neutralizes itself out. And i think there's yes some of it's somewhat true but it's i don't think it's a complete one to one but then there's also sequestration technologies that people are exploring wyche with smokestacks and gas tax You know out of like a a refinery. How do you get those chemicals and capture more of it. So does it go into the atmosphere. That that's kind of my my knowledge on on the sequestration sequestration. Yeah that makes sense. Because that's kind of what the oil and gas industries are using it for but there's also other interesting projects where they're just kinda like trying to suck carbon out of the air and is buried in the ground and not really. Have it used for anything. I mean that's not really like an actual entrepreneurial project that's more of like a. I'm not gonna. I don't wanna say political but i think it's more like donation based and i don't know maybe there is a business model behind it that i'm not familiar with but then there's also stuff you can do with agriculture and have more sustainable agriculture actually with agriculture in such a way that you're capturing carbon and kind of like renewing the soil at the same time and then there's another thing where they're trying to grind up a i think it's a mineral like a green rock the grinded up into sand and put it on beaches project vesta the s. Ta actually gonna google right now. Oh look they even updated their website. That's cool but yeah there's a lot of interesting stuff coming out Yeah just thought. I'd mention that but it is interesting to think how like even the oil industry themselves could be investing in some of these sorts of things to use. Co two for extracting oil or some other purpose interesting stuff to think about. Yeah that's that's a pretty interesting concept. Pulled up the the webpage. But i mean that's like just for me just being a purely engineering like that stuff. I think is just insanely cool. Like five to ten years from now. There's going to be projects like that. That are going to You know alternatives renewables sequestration. Whatever are gonna push in the right direction you know. I'm not a proponent of of government solving the problem. I think that's that's a fool's errand. I think. The know the population the market and an and innovations will drive you know any meaningful changes to deficiency and things like that so i see things like that that i mean that gives me a lot of optimism about. Yeah we're heading in the right direction here like. That's that's pretty cool when he said it being market-driven reminds me of a book i read. The book is called climate of hope. And it's by michael bloomberg and carl pope well bloomberg himself kind of argues that. Yeah it's it's gonna take like the market to help drive these solutions. But then he also talks about like all the good environmental stuff he did. I mean i'm not like a fan of his by any means. Like i didn't really know much about him but like when i read the book it kind of a it was a good learning experience about some of the stuff he did in new york city and it was pretty informative. I thought but still. I bring that up. What was the name of that book again. That climate of hope. Yeah.
"ramirez" Discussed on Everyonecast
"And and solar like what tesla in some of the the big electric car companies are making. Yeah for cars. But i mean if the electrical grid was nuclear or some other efficient energy you know wind solar or some combination of that then having electric powered cars isn't really like an issue for the environment. Because you know like as long as 'electricity is coming sustainably right. Yeah i think so And kind of like i mentioned earlier. I think nothing's a panacea. I think with oil and gas. You have the co two emissions some of the reclamation that's surrounding that and with with electrical battery powered You know some of the rare earth materials that are required to to manufacture those batteries and to maintain are still somewhat costly. I've seen some analysis to say you know kind of a cost-benefit almost equivalent. Some are better or worse. I haven't i haven't really done a deep dive on those cost benefits for for like electrical vehicles versus oil and gas powered vehicles or gasoline powered vehicles rather. So i wouldn't want to say too much on that front but i will say there's definitely cost benefit there but you have seen some really really great leaps and bounds for solar powered and for battery battery innovations. I mean some of the patents and some of the things that tesla's doing are are pretty remarkable. I think it's definitely a high growth field. I mean if you say. What company should you invest in today. That's going to be profitable fifty years from now and you're given an oil and gas company. You're given a electric car company. I think both in their own right could be profitable. But i'd say just broadly. Speaking the electrical is going to be the the battery solar that kind of alternative energy.
Manny Ramirez Blown Off By Boston Red Sox 'Fan' In Australia
"Boston. Red sox fans have suffered another awful season. Let's see where this story takes us. This is an alleged fan wearing red sox hat. Oh he doesn't know how bomani you can't wear that had not know who manny ramirez. How does that happen. Has it been that long though. Right is this. Is this a sign getting old and we don't even realize it like when's the last animator has played for the boston red sox as been ten years. Feel like it might have been ten years. You're gonna let him off the hope for not knowing one of the greatest players in the history of the franchise. You're gonna let that young person you're gonna yell. Like wilbon about the millennials. And how they don't know anything. Yeah they don't i'm just saying like why would he know who made it. Ramirez is at this point in time and of course. Don't forget the other part. Why we manny ramirez. Be wherever the hell i am. That's sad though. Like i i. I am very disappointed. Don't get me wrong. it's just making me realize we're we're we're not
Miami-Dade Police To Step Up Patrols To Ensure Safe Shopping Ahead Of Holiday Season
"Pre Thanksgiving routine includes hitting the mall this weekend. Lock it or lose it. Don't leave packages in your car. Be very aware of your surroundings. But your card and I lit it area, you know, don't get distracted in your phone looking for sales focus. Where on what's around you. These are troubling times. Miami Dade Police Director Freddy Ramirez says his uniformed and undercover officers will be patrolling high traffic areas like shopping centers all season, while the real time Crime center will be monitoring other so called soft targets. If you see something suspicious, don't hesitate to report it. The
Braves' Freeman wins NL MVP, White Sox slugger Abreu gets AL
"The American League MVP is white Sox slugger Jose Abreu who came away with twenty one of thirty first place votes to edge Indians third baseman Jose Ramirez in Yankees infielder DJ let me heal a Brady led the majors with sixty RBIs in one hundred forty eight total bases brave stand at Freddie Freeman is the National League MVP claiming twenty eight of thirty first place votes to beat out Dodgers outfielder Mookie Betts and Padres third baseman Manny Machado Freeman had a strong season after contracting covet nineteen just before the season began in July adding three forty one with thirteen homers in fifty three RBIs while playing all sixteen games I'm Dave Ferrie
Missing woman found in Midlothian-area forest preserve was strangled: Medical examiner, Chicago
"Medical examiners say Ah Harvey woman whose body was found in a suburban forest preserve two days after she disappeared was strangled. W BB EMS Mike Krauser reports 22 year old Vanessa say how Ramirez disappeared while walking in the Midlothian Meadows forest preserve with her mother on Monday afternoon, police said she returned to their car by herself, and when her mother got back, she was nowhere in sight. Her body was found yesterday about four miles from where she was last seen. Authorities only said they were conducting a death investigation. It's not clear whether there were outward signs of trauma. At one point, police reportedly followed a ping from say how Ramirez's cell phone to an apartment complex a couple miles away. Mike Krauser, NewsRadio 105.9 FM.
Missing Chicago area woman found in Midlothian-area forest preserve was strangled
"Examiner's say Ah Harvey Woman whose body was found in a forest preserve two days after she disappeared, was strangled with an update. W BB M's My Krauser 22 year old Vanessa, say how Ramirez disappeared while walking in the Midlothian Meadows Forest preserve with her mother. On Monday afternoon, police said she returned to their car by herself. If and when her mother got back. She was nowhere in sight. Her body was found yesterday about four miles from where she was last seen. Authorities only said they were conducting a death investigation. It's not clear whether there were outward signs of trauma. At one point, police reportedly followed a ping from say how Ramirez's cell phone to an apartment complex a couple miles away. Mike Krauser, NEWSRADIO 105.9 FM.
Mookie Betts a finalist for NL MVP
"Jacob degrom in the running. He's a finalist. For the cy young award along with you darvish and trevor bauer ceo. Award winner Finalists the american league or bieber majeida an unreal and then for mvp and the american league dj lemay hugh jose ramirez and jose abreu in the national league. It's machado freeman and mookie betts. And how about the al manager of the year. A guy who just got fired a finalist with rent to rian the white sox him. Don mattingley was on national. You
Editing in Isolation
"Welcome back to another episode of this week in Photo I. Am your host Frederik van Johnson today. Lee Herbert is on the show. He's a final cut pro expert who has been using the absence like the early days of the software I think when it yet cert- up with a crank or something. Now Lee is the expert. He's talking all over the world these days. Virtually we're GONNA talk about how his business has changed as an editor that's Kinda stuck sheltering in place like the rest of us Lee Herbert Welcome showman how you doing. Much. I'm much like the rest of the will of surviving this year. So yeah, we we're getting. We're we're we're based in Melbourne. So we are now in I think we twelve or thirteen time has no relevance anymore of of lockdown here. So Yeah, it's It is what it is. It is what? gives us the the Reader's Digest. Story the first resume paragraph of WHO Lee Herbert is. Yeah, the first line, which ironically as an editor I, struggle to keep things brief when I'm talking. which. Because as an editor, obviously your main job is to make sure that you tell your story in the most short and succinct way. But when I'm telling marine. Story. But. So a little bit about me I have had many over the years but I worked in the apple wheels for ten years of a favorite Tom was that as a final per China. But at the same time, I also did a lot of theatre and TV and things like that and so I sort of ended up wanting to do a lot more production work. So I left Apple. Back in two thousand, thirteen I think two, thousand, thirty, two, thousand, fourteen, and started mining production company I. Still focused a favorite on training really enjoy the training side of things but yes oh, you know thankfully, we've been going from strength strength and so been doing. Mostly corporate videos for large and medium and sometimes small corporate clients my passion Israeli documentaries because I. Love. I love telling people stories in learning people's stories and Yes. BUYS. That's that's the the high level view of what I do and why do it? That's cool and you love this stuff I mean you you've been editing on I mean obviously as evidenced by posters on the wall behind you, you are a fan of apple products? And you have not working. We're apple a for a while since I've known you've been contracting on an offer. Those guys, right. Yeah it's. Yes on an. been doing doing stuff for them. Luckily I get to do stuff for up dump stuff cerny done stuff for a lot of stuff in the medical field. So we worked visor with books for GlaxoSmithKline. Quite a few local companies here as well. Obviously was the big stuff. But yes I've been doing a lot of corporate and I really. It's funny. The corporate side of things I think photography might get this quite a lot as well is that I get quite a lot of friends of mine who are in the field but they work more in in narrative do soap operas they do movies and things like that and they say to me Oh you know I'd hate to do corporate stuff because you sort of a confined and be. You know you might not have. A particularly exciting product to talk about and I was like, yeah. But that's like that's the really cool thing for me is I love the idea of having to look at a widget and go how can I make this widget coup? How can I find the story and helped tell the widget story so that you know the people can get it like I was just having a virtual meeting with a client earlier this week in you know she was saying that they want to build a relationship with the production company because I don't just want to talk about the speeds and feeds of what they sell they WanNa talk about the benefits they want to talk about you know. got these cool buttons but here's why does cool buttons are going to make your life better and here's why you should buy it. So I really like that aspect of. Doing corporate work yeah, yeah, this whole world though you know as you as you look at just sort of the shifting of where things are right now, you know like the title of this, the stream slash recording is editing an isolation and as you and I were talking about offline last week I think it was there has been some positive you know obviously. You know the whole thing is negative. There's no way to spin it as positive but there are some cracks in the clouds and that are revealing new revenue streams that you didn't have prior to the whole pandemic. He talked about that a little bit of how things have shifted from Lee. Herbert hopping on a plane first-class to go to a gig versus. Lebron up skype in firing of invoices. What does it look like? It's definitely Dif- Liam. been quite different from that. So I'll given. So obviously like I had when when everything sort of started going crazy I had at least five to ten jobs that were either put on hold canceled, and obviously I'm not going to get flourine outs to the USO Asia wherever it is GonNa fly me out to to shoot stuff for them but the interesting converse of that is. Interestingly enough events because my my company we do we do a few events. We got a couple of in the middle of the year and then a couple at the end of the year. But like regular ones, men bits and bobs coming but we didn't really do a lot of events and funnily enough a lot of the work that's coming from lately is from virtual conferences. So I've had quite a few corporate clients who they've got staff members who are presenting it at virtual conferences, and thankfully they have realized very quickly that just doing it on a Webcam is not a good look for the company. I think we've all kind of like one of my biggest concerns when when the whole lockdown thing started is if you watch the news just about everyone that they were interviewing on the news, which is in the terrible lighting situation with you know they they elect either under the nose looking straight up they nose as what will up somewhere and you got people in the background working with their underwear it was. Dogs and cats living together complete my him and I was looking at that going. Oh, my goodness I. Really Hope People don't get used to it and go. Okay. Well, this is just how you know. You're not going to have good lighting. You're not going to have good camera. You're not gonNa have good microphone and we just going to be eastern that's going to be fine. I was like I'm out of work. This is awful. But thankfully, what's happened is a lot of my clients have looked gaunt. Yeah. You know we could do better. So there's been a favorite of consulting but I've done. So locally here in Melbourne between lockdowns, I worked with quite a few clients who realize that they were going to be working from home lot. Warn I helped them get even if it was just bit a webcams or just. A little you know like, for example, a lot of them when they could get them in stock. This thing called the Algata cam link between you and me there's tons of these for twenty bucks on Amazon that you can get instead of big fancy expensive ones. which allow you to connect. Dias Laura Ramirez camera into your computer used as Webcam as I am with my ach three now.
The Mysterious Death of Elisa Lam
"Was a sunny sixty six degrees when a Lisa, lamb arrived in Los Angeles on January twenty sixth two, thousand thirteen. It felt vastly different from the frigid winters back home in Vancouver Canada. Lisa was a student at the University of British Columbia. She had decided to spend her winter break traveling up the coast of California by train. This trip was a big opportunity for Lisa. She was fascinated by the film and fashion industries. So what better place to experience both then Los Angeles? Over the past year she'd gained some traction on her blog, a site where she discussed her favorite style and beauty trends. But Lisa also opened up to her followers about her personal life. At Lisa's parents were a recent theme in her blog. They had immigrated from Hong Kong Years Prior, and we're particularly worried about their daughter traveling through America alone. But at least had promised to call them every day to check in operating on a student's Budget Lisa booked a cheap hotel in downtown. Los Angeles about a twenty minute walk from union station. It was called these stay on main, but it used to go by a more infamous title the Sicel Hotel. When Hotel Your William Hanner built the Sel in nineteen, twenty four, he installed its marble lobby stained glass windows and Parisians. Sure. Hanner hoped these ornate features would attract socialites and businessman five years later, the Great Depression hit and over the following decades, the property fell victim to the economic disaster. While glamorous visitors continued to stay at the C. Soul in the nineteen thirties and forties. By the time World War Two had passed most guests were transients or low income citizens of the city. The neighborhood surrounding the hotel gradually became known as skid row it streets hosted thousands of homeless citizens. Skid row grew to be the epicenter of criminal and drug activity in Los, Angeles and the seasonal hotel was at the heart of it. Countless sexual assault cases, several murders, and over a dozen suicides have happened behind its doors Elizabeth short more famously dubbed. The Black Dahlia was rumored to have had a drink at the hotel the night of her murder in January nineteen, forty seven. Whether. Or not. She actually stepped foot into the sea soul her body was found only blocks away. In. One thousand, nine, hundred, sixty to a guest named pauline in dough from the ninth storey window landing on a passer-by. Both people died. In the Nineteen Eighties serial killer Richard Ramirez better known as the night stalker lived at the hotel during one of his murder sprees in return there each night after committing his crimes. It's unclear whether a lease, a new, the properties history, but the neighborhood didn't sound any alarms for her. On January twenty eighth her third day in Los Angeles she checked into the hostile style shared room at the newly rebranded stay on main hotel. On January twenty sixth and Lisa updated her blog. She seemed excited about going to a speakeasy at discreet cocktail lounge where she planned to catch some live jazz. Her next update shared some concerning news. She said she lost a cell phone that evening keyword being A. She wrote that the phone wasn't hers but had been borrowed from a friend. It's not entirely clear if Lisa had another device on hand or needed to borrow this one because her own phone was broken. She had a laptop with her to her blog but complained about the bad WIFI in the hotel. On January thirty, first, a Lisa was switched from shared dormitory to a private room. According to the Hotel Management Elisa's roommates had filed complaints about her odd behavior. Just what this behavior was is unclear even so at Lisa's trip appeared otherwise uneventful until January thirty first, which was supposed to be her final day in Los Angeles. She was due to check out the next morning on the thirty first she visited a bookstore close to the hotel. The shots manager said she spoke to a Lisa who seemed to be in good spirits. At, Lisa told her that she was buying gifts for her family. She was also looking for a book that wouldn't be too heavy to carry on her journey. According to the police the bookseller was one of the last people Lisa had contact with. When a Lisa's parents didn't hear from her that evening they called the Los Angeles Police Department in a panic. Lisa had been checking in daily.
The Experience That Leads 3 Women To Say 'Being Black Is Exhausting'
"Earlier this year, NPR asked our listeners. What is it like to be black in America? Now to be clear. Lots of us who work at NPR have our own answers to that question. But more than 500 people wrote in and a lot of them said it is exhausting. As a black woman. We carry our community on our back. But our backs are cracking and we're tired and we're exhausted. I've come to understand that being black is exhausting. It's exhausting and un affirming. I called up three of the women who gave that answer. Who said they're tired? Asia cook is 38. She's a criminalist with the state of California. I always had this thing about growing up where I felt this need to do everything by the book because I didn't want to be a stereotype. Well, she's black, so it figures. And I remember I had a difficult time when I found out I was pregnant with my twins because Their father and I weren't married. I didn't want the assumption that of course I wasn't goingto have Ah, baby Daddy, Or, of course, I was goingto not finish school or or whatever it wass, you know, Always trying Teo stay ahead of people's assumptions. And it's tiring. It's exhausting to keep up with that. When it came to telling white friends or white colleagues. You all weren't married. Did you hesitate to do that? You know, I didn't really actually became quite obvious quite soon that I was pregnant, but the colleague of mine stepped into my office and said Congratulations and I was like, Oh, thanks and you know, and then, they said Sydney and I just want to thank you for you know, choosing life and gave me stats on abortions and how it was so much higher for women of color in over 50% of them. Choose to terminate the pregnancy, so I just really want to thank you. And I just thought like eyes that's really happening. Yes, it was really happening Next. I talked to Maria Ramirez. She's 31. She's the director of equity initiatives in you, Steinhardt. The day after I learned the news about George Floyd's death, I immediately experience trauma. And it was no one was speaking about it at work. It was like business as usual. And here I am dealing with trauma. It was really, really difficult. Did you go to your colleagues and say, Hey, at I'm messed up about the fact that you guys aren't talking about this. I actually did have some support. But given that I work specifically and diversity, equity and inclusion, it was like everyone was already leaning on me to be able to come up. With some kind of response or support to the whole community. There are other black women that would be an associate professor of applied psychology or something. And they would also be expected, even though it has nothing to do with their job to take on the extra burden of mentoring students that are black, the extra burden, forming the diversity committees and sitting on them and advising Their leadership on you know what we could do in this department? When everyone has access to the same resource is it always falls on people of color because they're black and Milo Howard is a 28 year old teacher and consultant in Bowie, Maryland. Milo When you're feeling that exhaustion what are the ways in which you find yourself behaving that? You think if I had time if I had space if I wasn't so tired I would prefer not to be doing this. I would probably say for me, it manifested. Almost zoning out, you know, and spaces where I would normally engaged Maurin spaces. Wagner normally would participate in conversation or share my ideas. There's no energy to tap into the things I normally would be passionate about. It's a lack of interest in things. It's a lack of, um Desire to even say anything anymore in a workplace seeming spaced out or disengaged or uninterested can really affect you professionally. Do you think that your exhaustion has stood in your way in the workplace? Absolutely. After seeing how some of our colleagues who are not black are moving, going everyday and conversations. I remember I was sitting in a meeting and I just finished like Watching the news had like a deep sob and I tap into the zoon Kon Somebody's talking about his beach house over the past weekend, and it's like Really Is that where we are, Do you? Are you not aware of what's happening? It's infuriating.
MLB Playoffs Preview
"Okay. Let's get to the American theories start today obviously the headliner is the the series I'm going to be lucky enough to do starting at seven o'clock. Tonight we've got the Indians playing host to the Yankees you got Shane Bieber Garrett Cole a good old fashioned. Of Two aces one guy you know the best pitcher on the planet two years ago versus Shane Bieber's the best pitcher on the planet this year, what are you expecting in this series? Yeah. Mean this is going to be one of the best games of the entire postseason. I suspect you know what an unbelievable matchup shame bieber won. The MLB pitching triple crown wins the are strikeouts I gotta do that since Johan Santana and two, thousand six, and he not even be the most dominant picture in this game was Garrett Cole is pretty good. I looked up any postseason series game would match up and I might have missed one but the last. Game. One. Battle with a lower co by the area that I found was two thousand fourteen Clayton Kershaw as eerie won the MVP versus Adam wainwright who had a two three yards that year. So there's been some great ones we had Sherzer Colin game the world series last year, but this is just Terrific game one matchup for me the key thing in this series, and in this game, tonight is going to be how clean they play and I gotta say having watched the Yankees a lot this year they have not performed well on defense I was looking at defensive runs saved and there's no perfect measure of defensive play but the Indians were tied for second best in the regular season defensive run save they have an excellent defensive team Garrett Cole was talking about yesterday how the the Indians don't make mistakes in on the other hand. The Yankee seem to make a lot of mistakes the key guy for me in this series, labor. Taurus who has not had a good season he is not played well, defensively what about for you just some other factor that's jumping out of you. Yeah. I wasn't good point on the defense I watch Erin Moods game session the other day Friday or Saturday they made a bunch of airs and the look on his face was just discussed. Because that's been a problem on your ankles. Yeah. Obviously, it's the Cleveland offense. Are they going to be able to generate enough runs and I'm intrigued because yet they had one of the lower homerun rates in the majors. The Yankees allow the most home runs of any playoff team. You Know Garrett call had some of those homerun issues you know in the middle of the season not so much as last couple starts, but the Yankees do give up run so. That's to me. CLEVELAND'S GONNA have to figure out a way to knock it few the fence Jose Ramirez of course has been red hot Carlos Santana, great regular season, but he's heated up a little bit the last couple of weeks. So that's the key can Cleveland hit any home runs off the New York pitching and can the Yankees hit on the road the numbers the road splits for the Yankees this year are shocking. Great. Point. In fact, we had a note saying Sam. Millard this one of the twenty largest home roads blitz I. Forget how far he went back. This was history X. number of years but the twenty largest. Were Colorado Rockies, teams, and the other was the two thousand twenty so that yeah. Huge toll roads blitz this year. The. White Sox and Oakland Plankton a Lucas G Lido the obvious pick for the white sox start in Oakland Hey seuss Lazaro gets the start the young left-hander for the Oakland athletics we had serling the podcast yesterday and she mentioned the white sox fourteen in our game started by left-handers Lazardo left-hander. So I was a little bit surprised but maybe that's kind of where Oakland is with their rotation right now. Now, they don't have a clear number one I was surprised because Lazaros last appearance was actually in relief so I thought they might use them out of the end. This could be kind of a bullpen series for Bob Melvin right buster they had the lowest era In relief many team you know really deep bullpen saw even the Lazardo starting I would not expect him to go deep into this game maybe even just one time through the rotation.
Chicago White Sox Lose Game To Cleveland As Indians Clinch Playoff Berth
"Off in extra sends the Cleveland Indians to the playoffs in there, deep right center ankles back. He's out of a room is walking on the White Sox call courtesy of Fox Sports Ohio Jose Ramirez helping his M V P case in the American League with the game winning three run homer is the Indians defeat the Chicago White Sox for the one in 10 innings. Clinching a playoff berth Tuesday night. It's the fourth time in five years that Cleveland will be playing October baseball. The Chicago Cubs also clinched a playoff spot on Tuesday, thanks to some help from a few other clubs, while the Atlanta Braves clobbered the Miami Marlins, 11 to 1 to earn their third straight NL East title. Matt
Mexico Records The Highest Number Of Health Care Worker Deaths From COVID-19
"Taken a heavy toll on health care workers around the world. Amnesty International reports that Mexico has recorded the highest number of health care worker deaths from the Corona virus. 1400. NPR's carry con reports on how that country came to lead the world in this grim statistic. It's a regular scene in the courtyard of the sea Glowing, you know, medical complex in Mexico City. Dozens of the public hospital staff break into applause to encourage patients struggling with covert and honor. Those who died and there are many. Mexico now ranks fourth in the world and deaths from the virus and of the nearly 700,000 infected. One in seven has worked at a hospital or clinic. Like an angel Gutierrez, a pediatric nurse, the sick element, you know, hospital. He first felt covert symptoms back in July, I I felt really bad. My whole body heard I had a terrible headache. And then I infected my wife and two girls, he says. As his two weeks of paid sick leave was running out. He was tested a second time again Positive, but five days later, he was ordered back on the job. I guess we can still infect others at that point, says Gutierrez. But he says by then his symptoms weren't that bad. Two months later, though, he still have a cough. There are many reasons why so many health professionals in Mexico are getting sick and dying. Lack of quality protective equipment long work weeks that extend exposure to high viral loads, and Mexico quickly hired tens of thousands of professionals to boost staffing. Critics say they haven't gotten proper training. Sofia Ramirez of the nonprofit Mexicans against Corruption says in the early days of the pandemic, healthcare workers were dying at rates five times higher than in the US If we don't take care of her health personnel, I'm not sure how they're going to take care of Oliver. The numbers have improved somewhat in recent weeks. But health care workers still account for nearly 16% of all infections in the country. This month, Dr Theresa at the end, head of the Pan American Health organization made an urgent plea. Countries must ensure that have workers can do their job safely. Carlos Eduardo Perez Palma, a radiologist couldn't agree more He says he spends at least $1500 on protection equipment for himself. Goggles, masks face shield every three months. He works at two of the biggest public hospitals in Mexico City. Paris also leads a group of health care workers fighting for workplace protections. Thor, it is like to call us heroes. But in practice, they sure don't eat of the heroes. Mexican authorities insist their covert protocols are up to international standards, and they dispute that the country ranks first in the world for covert deaths among health care workers. In a briefing, the government's lead epidemiologist Jose Luis Alla, Mia, said it's unfair to make this claim because, he asserted Not all countries report deaths among medical staff and fed among men whose government eat five years. Salome is a data show healthcare workers actually don't get a sick or dyas frequently from Cove. It has the general population. But his data may be misleading because of Mexico's low rate of testing. Mexicans are generally tested on Lee after their hospitalized with serious symptoms, but healthcare workers are supposed to get tested as soon as they feel sick. Mexico's Health Ministry declined to respond to NPR's questions and interview requests. Doctor
Dallas police release body cam footage after man’s recent death in custody
"District attorney and Dallas police opening an investigation into the in custody death of a man who Died. Russell Scott has more in accordance with new policy. Police body camera footage has been released. It shows officers talking Lee into surrendering You coming. No weapons. Outside. Lee appears to lose consciousness and officers begin chest compressions. He was then rushed to the hospital. Mr Lee passed away on September 2nd 2020. At approximately 8 58 PM Special Investigations unit is conducting a death in custody investigation into this incident, Deputy Chief Ruben Ramirez says Lee's wife told them Lee was high on cocaine at the time. There now. Waiting toxicology reports. Russell Scott NEWS radio 10 80 K R L D tells
Murder Suspect Shot By Dallas Police After Car Chase And Crash
"Shot shot and and wounded wounded a a murder murder suspect suspect that that they they followed followed into into mesquite mesquite Friday Friday afternoon. afternoon. Police Police say say they they got got a a 901 901 call call from from 58 58 year year old old Gerry Gerry Ford, Ford, who who said that he had killed someone in an apartment complex. On Park Lane. Deputy chief Ruben Ramirez says police who responded to the call spotted the car of that victim 40 year old coal McChrystal uniformed officers got behind that vehicle. In a small chase ensued. That Chase led up to the 500 block of Parkwood trail where that vehicle eventually crashed, and four officers for Dallas officers were involved. In a officer involved shooting. Ford was hit taken to a nearby hospital. He's in stable condition. Police say he will face a murder turns Dallas
"ramirez" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"Richard Ramirez was chased down by a mob of angry Los Angelenos and caught by police known as the Night Stalker Ramirez. Was a notorious rapist and murderer who terrorized California for more than a year before his capture. Welcome to today and true crime. Apar- cast original today recovering the capture of Richard. Ramirez Aka the night stalker. Now let's go back to Saturday August thirty first nineteen eighty-five on the California Arizona border. It. was early in the morning before six am when the thunder storm started. Twenty Five Year Old Richard Ramirez was sitting near the back of a bus bound for Los. Angeles, he stared out the window watching black clouds roll across the landscape. Every time lightning struck his own gaunt reflection appeared in the glass. He watched himself shudder with every flash. Ramirez was raised a Catholic to him that lightning was from heaven. It scared him as if Jesus was angry at him for what he done. And Ramirez had done plenty. He started off as a simple burglar but a growing cocaine habit forced him to widen his scope. He'd case a joint I hide somewhere at night in a tree or behind a fence and watch his victims for a while when he was sure they were asleep he'd creep in an take what he could. That's all it was at first but one night while he was coming off a high, he murdered an Old Lady and raped her from that point forward. He wasn't just burglarizing. He was killing two. It didn't matter who or how he murdered little kids and he murdered retirees, men and women he stabbed them strangled them beat them. Then he raped the females sometimes he carved Pentagram into their bodies or left other satanic symbols around the house. He'd always felt sort of communion with the devil despite his Catholic upbringing he was a self-described satanist. So the fact that God would be angry at him wasn't a surprise. But as Ramirez listened to the thunder rumbled across the desert, he felt a heavy sinking feeling in his gut something was wrong. He knew it. He knew they were.
"ramirez" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"A couple of weeks titled Two more Real Quick. What do you think? Oh, sorry, this comes from men. NETCO has a gal on instagram. Would you think has been the single biggest missed opportunity for technological advancement? Due to other factors, I e death of the inventor sociopolitical factors such as war, disease or lack of funding. That's a good question. Yeah, I think we've capitalized on most inventions. I can't think of one that hasn't been capitalized even with death like a biggie about DNA, you know. We stole Rosalind Franklin's picture. So people always capitalize on inventions I. don't I can't think of anything off the top of my head where some whether lost opportunity just to clarify rosalind. Franklin was A. DNA OF DNA, and had this wonderful picture that explained how things were arranged. She had it to the side. It was actually taken for a better term She didn't get the Nobel Prize. A you know we all know what the Watson and Crick but I think doing bio pic on her if they haven't already, I'm glad there's actually a couple of. Getting her do so for me. the way I see this and I will unfold. I'M GONNA. Have to wrap here is it's not so much that there's a single invention that could have been further further exploited and was not I think there's an entire slowdown that comes about by people who are rising population people who anti science. And, they think science somehow has made their lives worse when half of them are actually alive today and wouldn't have been alive two hundred years ago because science health medicine security. All of this have been brought about so if you have movements that are anti science anti technology that's going to slow things down, and you don't even know what you could be benefiting from because it's not there to for you to benefit. Benefit from it I mean it's one of these things so that that's my worry that civilization could be in a more advanced place than it already is simply because of these these regressive forces in society. That's why we didn't get on board with the electric car. Right like in the eighties or whatever the electric car was trying to be a thing, and then all the forces were like no, thank you and now. Twenty years later with the electric car becoming a thing. We'll even let your idea back in the night. In the nineteen twenties, people thought about it because the city was becoming more and more available, but by then like you said Beta. Battle. An Isa take us out with some quick words of wisdom. Well technology is all over. US and they've always been used as a way to advance humankind, but what I talk about the Alchemy of us is that we are a dance technology we create them, and then they create us, and so it's all up to all of us to make sure that these technologies are actually moving in the direction that we think is best for all humanity. Oh. That's beautiful. Kept top that. We've got to end it there so Anita Ramirez great to have you back on star talk. Could you write more book so we can bring you one more often. that. We'll probably find another way to will event an excuse to bring you back on and Nagin Facade I. We really enjoyed you for this and. I hope you come back I would love to come back also a niece I. Just WanNa pitchy that the alchemy of us should be a spin off series to visit us, but it's like family of scientists. Do you when you heard it here first. All right we don't. Cut It there I am Neil degrasse Tyson, your personal astrophysicists. This has been star talk. Cosmic queries engineering addition as always I bid. You keep looking up..
"ramirez" Discussed on The First Degree
"He told the detectives that essentially he was tired of them so we waited until they were asleep. He went into their bedroom with a knife. He used pepper spray to distract them and incapacitate them while he stabbed his dad and his stomach and the neck before moving onto his mother where he did the same thing later in the interrogation Jose gave the detectives second version of this story which included also hitting his parents with a baseball bat which disoriented them after his parents were dead. You wrap them in a tent and a tarp and put their bodies in his dad's SUV destroy their cell phones. They tried his best to clean up the scene using supplies from under the kitchen sink bleach and senior movers to try to get blood. Out of carpets. He throughout the betting on his parents bed and they staged the house to make the look as if a burglary had gone bad for moving. Tv from the living room among other items the first thing was. Oh from the crime scene that it they. The police assume that they were were no longer alive. And there was a struggle of some sort 'cause I believe there blood in the bedroom and stuff and and then I don't think it was very shortly after they like announced that that The Sun confessed to it. So then after that That was released so it was. It was a very short time frame from When the cops were there you know checking everything out to when he actually confessed to wake the whirlwind. You you don't WanNa like imagine like what their you know. Their last moments are just be terrible. You know this Mug shot and all the sixers. I've ever seen him or very very creepy. I mean I don't want to assume anything obviously but he just doesn't look very well I don't know how you look at someone's picture and you can just be in. There is that they're not all there just almost like an evil in his eyes. I don't know if you've seen his his mugshot. But it's just very it's like chill. Do 'cause the IT and Jose told him that the killings were planned only a few days before and is if his confession. Couldn't get any more shocking. He then dropped a bombshell. He hadn't acted alone. He had help in the form of his friend. Twenty-year-old Matthew Roberts so para side the killing of one's parents is rare. It's not unheard of. You know it's a species of crime that people who rent what what is highly unusual is for this type of crime to help one thing to go and kill your parents which is rare but actually have helped it. I can't think of any other situation with but I also think it's interesting. How is just I think it's one that helps him dumped their bodies And he like knew about it I think he was in the house at the same time they were murdered. He didn't and that in itself like having a friend help you just like what kind of person I mean. That's that's also just very odd to me. I guess you know your friend tells you that. He wants to kill his parents. 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Police start to look at Matthew's background and they learned some disturbing things as well as observed dark pattern of behavior. Matthew had a rough upbringing and culminated in a terrible car accident that gave him a head injury and he also had a history of failed suicide attempts in fact in May of two thousand eighteen only five months before the murders occurred. Matthew tried to kill himself by jumping off a water tower and Prince Phil lived but he hurt his arm so badly that it was amputated as a result he was released from the hospital in August. And the Ramirez were murdered. A little over two months later Matthew Roberts who I was only arrested and charged as an accessory to the killings but he was later charged with murder once the full scope of his involvement came to light rights and with these chilling. Confessions the fear of those who loved Susan. Antonio were realized. I mean it's terrible. I felt terrible. You know 'cause you would never ever think that a you know stillman don't do that to their mother and you know you'd never I mean you don't ever think it would happen And I know it really shook Bradley's community to the core 'cause I believe at the same time they also lost a student or I'm the same time so it was. It was very somber there. There was just a lot of like before that all came out. There was just a lot of rumors too. I think one was like I definitely remember seeing one that they thought it was like a family member but they didn't stay ton necessarily they thought it was like a family. Member comes into ROB's I remember that one a lot of that was like lottery or a family member coming in. He did not like his parents I knew he was adopted Which I don't know sat me that difference in his mind or not But from what all is red heard that it was he just straight up did not actually parents and in one of them dead I don't think there ever was any more of of release like motives in that. I could never imagine doing that. 'cause some like even apparent or any family member like. I don't know what what not trauma that. Just what goes through your mind when you're thinking that and then you know acting it out it just you know. I can't even imagine you know Deal he was hurting in some way that you know. He couldn't expressed to his parents. Or you know you never. You never know in what came along with Jose and Matthews. Horrific confessions were also the location of where they had dumped. Susan and Antonio's Bodies Jose provided police with instructions to get to the site where he threw his parents bodies into the speed river and he didn't have an exact location so we gave them what he believed to be. The location after a day of searching the remains were pulled from the water the following day. Taken into autopsy for an official. Id so after conclusively identifying each of them. The autopsy revealed that both Dr Susan Bill De Ramirez Antonio Ramirez Baron suffered severe head in body injuries as well as multiple stab wounds. The extent of the catastrophic injuries may pinpointing the exact cause of death nearly impossible but with the coroner could tell as they fought for their lives and had many defensive wounds. According to court documents quote the stab wounds were pretty significant throughout their body. Their multiple defensive ruins as well as on the upper arms so they bought. Lee. Didn't go down without a fight. Four days after the arrest of Jose and Matthew Bradley University held a vigil for the slain couple Bradley University community was understandably horrified an online tributes to Susan Brill Day Ramirez began showing up immediately written by scholars around the country. Who admired her work? The vigil was held in the Student Center ballroom at the place couple of so much. The Bradley University.
"ramirez" Discussed on Medical Mysteries
"Maggie contacted every journalist. That would listen. The story needed to get out to the public riverside. General Hospital killed her sister. As Maggie's claims hit the news pressure mounted on the forensic teams to provide answers. They had to find a cause of death. That could prove the hospitals innocence. No one felt that pressure more than Stephanie. Alright and she was willing to authorize any path to solution on March twentieth. The county performed a second autopsy on Loria and they did so without alerting her family. They took even more samples at once again. The results were inconclusive at the same time in order to quell the rumors about the presence of sewer gas A. Hospital. The county ordered a review of the hospitals plumbing reports by March twenty third. The county claimed that sewer gas was decisively. Absent from all reports. It couldn't have been the cause of death. The county then reached out to the lab at the Forensic Science Center at Livermore National Laboratory to examine the samples. They were shipped on dry ice up the coast to their facility. Hopefully the director of the lab. Brian and dressing would have more success. The results wouldn't take long but unfortunately Stephanie Albright would never see the results on March twenty seventh nineteen ninety-four while on the phone with her estranged husband. Stephanie Albright died by suicide. The coroner reports suggested that pressure from glorious case was almost certainly a contributing factor. One tragedy turned into two. Meanwhile at the livermore National Laboratory Ryan and dressing ran countless tests on tissue samples but was running into. Maybe the same problems that everyone else had. It wasn't finding much but he did find something and anomaly. Gloria had a high concentration of an organic compound known as methyl so phone in her liver. It was the probable cause of the ammonia like smell. But it didn't have the capability to make a room full of people pass out on April Twelfth Lab Director. Brian and dressing flew down to southern California to give Riverside County labs findings inconclusive. It had now been almost two months since glorious. Death and her family wanted her body back. They wanted the opportunity to put their worries as well as their daughter and sister to rest but first Maggie Ramirez Garcia wanted an independent autopsy to be performed when she told authorities. They told her that she could only have glorious body. If she was willing to keep her sealed in the metal container to the county it was a way to protect the public. But for the Ramirez family it was another sign of a cover up. They filed the court order and within a matter of days. A judge ruled in their favor. On April fourteenth. Glorious body was handed over to the Ramirez family. On April Fifteenth Independent Pathologist Dr Richard Fukumoto performed a nearly unprecedented third autopsy. That's more than even late. President John F. Kennedy. This time there were no high tech suits or emergency precautions only a coroner and Abbadi. Dr Fukumoto wasn't scared. He didn't believe the county's assertion that toxin was present toxin or not Lori is body was in rough shape. Dr Fukumoto said that there had been cross contamination between different tissues that and the presence of fecal matter from the decomposing body ruined any chance of him running more sophisticated tests and possibly finding an answer. Another autopsy down without anything to show for it. He could only say for certain that Gloria hadn't died from her cervical cancer and at the time of his examination there were no toxins in her body on April twentieth. Nineteen Ninety four lorries family. Finally were able to hold a memorial service. All they wanted was for her to be remembered for more than her death more than the toxic woman from the news. Eight days later. Riverside County gave an official statement. Gloria Ramirez died of natural causes. She was killed by a heart attack. As a result of kidney failure caused by her cervical cancer. The news was world shattering. It was inconsistent with everything. The Ramirez family believed and everything they knew to be true. And how could they get away with giving no explanation for how or why? The hospital staff had gotten sick well. The State of California might have had similar concerns because afterwards they stepped in to take on their own investigation coming up the state of California's shocking conclusions. Now back to the story two months after thirty one year old Loria Ramirez's death. Nobody seemed any closer to an answer. Apply LORIA COULDN'T BE SAVED. Twenty-three people became ill while treating her. The deputy assigned to the case died by suicide riverside. County may have officially stated that Gloria died of natural causes but they never explained why or how. The hospital workers got sick during the spring of Nineteen ninety-four California's Department of Health and Human Services stepped into investigate Anna Osorio in Piston Waller. Some of the state's top doctors were put in charge. The created a survey for all these supposedly infected staff to fill out and they found that the symptoms they each experienced weren't all consistent given that the cause was likely one thing that didn't make sense. After months they released a controversial report. It stated that what the staff members experienced was actually a case of mass hysteria in other words the symptoms the staff members experienced or psychosomatic created by the mind. Not Real Julia or Kinski. The conclusion was laughable. She was in the third year of residency as a medical student. She wouldn't panic over a heart attack patient. All medical professionals are trained to deal with that kind of stress. Her symptoms were everything. But imaginary after Gloria's death Grochowski spent weeks in the hospital. Battling a documented case of hepatitis. She spent even longer without the ability to walk. She had surgery on both of her knees to try and reintroduce blood flow. Maureen Welsh one of the nurses in the trauma room. That night was equally unsatisfied. She had over a decade of experience treating patients before. Gloria there was no way a heart attack. Patient would have faced her enough to faint. She was convinced it was more than mass hysteria and she decided to do something about Welsh had read about the forensic science center at livermore and their involvement in the case in her mind they were the only impartial party to have gotten involved. She reached back out to the forensic science centers lab director Brian and dressing and urged him to take another look. Though Andresson didn't agree to take it on himself. He asked his deputy director. Patrick grant to scan through the files. They had Gloria to see if he could find anything. Unusual and grant may have been the fresh set of is the case needed he honed in on the inclusion of D. M. S. O. In the coroner's report in his younger years had been an athlete and used it often muscle and joint pain. He like everyone before him knew that. Dm So couldn't have caused a room of medical professionals to faint but it had to have played a part then he noticed the high concentration of Di Methyl cell phone in glorious system which is only a single oxygen atom away from DSL grant wondered whether the D. M. S. O. In her system might suddenly to die method so phone after interacting with pure oxygen. He considered other theories but he kept returning to DM so it was one of the only constants in all of the reports then suddenly it clicked. Gloria had a D. M. S. O. In her system on the date of her heart attack she had di methyl cell phone in her body weeks after she died and during her treatment she was administered large quantities of oxygen to help keep her alive both in the ambulance and in the trauma room. What happened if another oxygen atom was added to die methyl soul phone grant flip through a book of chemical compounds and landed on the page. His fingers slid down the correct column. It becomes Di Methyl sulfate a deadly chemical that has been tested by the United States military in these tests. It was used as nerve. Gas Exposure can cause dizziness seizures and loss of muscle control. That could lead to his fixation. This had to be what had caused the chaos in the hospital that night. He was almost positive. But how did the extra oxygen atom bond with the DMZ so his team set out to see if they could replicate what happened they used a solution called ringers? Which has almost the exact same chemical makeup as blood. The only difference is that it doesn't have red blood cells and it's clear that clarity makes it easy to observe they put Dso in the mixture and added oxygen. The more they added the richer it became at higher levels. The cell phone became unstable when they reduced the temperature to ambient room level. They saw exactly what had happened. When the blood was drawn from Gloria pistols formed. It was the result they were looking for the grant and his team weren't able to turn the cellphone into sulfate. They did theorize how it could happen. They thought that if the unstable compound brought down at room temperature and the components separated they could then reformed to create the toxic dye..
"ramirez" Discussed on Medical Mysteries
"She sounded cold and distant. The conversation that followed didn't seem real. Loria was the woman in the metal casket on the front page of the newspaper. Just like that. Maggie's world fell apart but there was little time to grieve. Reporters arrived on her doorstep. That evening all she wanted was to be left alone with her family. Maggie had no information. Give them she was just as in the dark as they were. Riverside County began their official investigation almost immediately but they had to be cautious there were so many unknowns at the least of which was the dangers surrounding handling glorious body. Add to that the media breathing down their necks and any wrong. Move could be disastrous. I the air samples collected by the has met team. Were seemed to be analyzed. By a lab they hadn't detected any noxious gas but they could have missed something in fact just one year earlier. A hydrogen sulfide or sewer gas was found in the hospital. It's incredibly deadly but occasionally appears in medical facilities that routinely handle chemicals. The authorities wondered if this was a repeat event in the meantime there was the autopsy on February twenty fourth. The coroner's office prepared for the procedure. It was conducted late at night to reduce the chance of the general public being exposed. They built a temporary structure outside and set up cameras to monitor the room at one. Am The lead coroner and three other pathologists Don Hazmat suits and entered a separate team closely monitored. The situation through closed circuit televisions. If anything happened they would intervene. Meanwhile the media gathered across the street waiting for something to go wrong inside the room. The pathologist took glorious body out of the metal box. It was cool to the touch. They cracked open her chest and recorded their findings. They took tissue samples from various parts of her body organs. They found evidence of a heart attack but they had expected as much otherwise. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary. They re stitched Gloria and place your body back inside her airtight container. In many respects. It was good news. If sample tests came back clean they would be able to hand her body over to her family. Within a week when the four pathologists emerged from the building an hour and a half after they entered each one was told to stand in a small plastic pool. They were hosed down four times and they were stripped and re washed the cleaning team and anyone else who had recent direct contact with them were taken to the hospital for observation. Deputy Coroner Stephanie. Albright was in charge of glorious investigation. There was a tremendous amount of pressure on her shoulders. There was a grieving upset family. A confused hospital staff and media. Who were out for blood? Luckily for Albright the autopsy gave her league traces of a chemical called D. M. S. d. m. s. show was first used as an industrial solvent in papermaking before being introduced into American homes in the nineteen sixties for pain relief. It was advertised as a wonder drug however after a closer study by the Federal Drug Administration. Ems was pulled from most shells because adverse side effects included vision loss due to its popularity however it still remained a staple in many people's homes the coroner identify de MSL as the cause of the oily sheen in garlic smell of glorious skin. Most likely she had used it for pain relief but as for what pain that remained up in the air and the revelation of DMS. Oh wait -ment seemed to be where Albright's good luck ended. Months passed without any proof of toxins. Inglorious System Maggie and the rest of the Ramirez family. Were losing faith. Each day with no news felt like a lifetime. They hired a private lawyer to help them. Take a look at the mysterious circumstances surrounding glorious death..
"ramirez" Discussed on Medical Mysteries
"Inside trauma room. One doctors cut open glorious sure to operate when they did. They noticed an oily sheen to her skin but they didn't give it much thought. Their priorities were elsewhere. The lead medical professional. Dr Humberto Choi prepared the defibrillator. He let out a clear and everyone's step back. Glorious Body recoiled off the table but her heart rate was still out of control. It was beating too fast to allow any blood through. He gave it one more. Go still nothing. Susan Cain a registered nurse was asked to take a blood sample but as Kane step toward Gloria. She smelled an odd mixture of garlic and fruit. She didn't have time to dwell on it. She stuck the IV inglorious arm. The blood came easily enough but as it filled the tubes at chemical aroma filled. The room chain assumed it was from chemotherapy. It's not uncommon for the blood of cancer patients to smell like Monja or the chemicals used during treatment. What she didn't know was the Gloria at yet to start. Chemo Cane handed the syringe over to a medical resident. Julie's Gordievsky who noticed Manila colored crystals forming in the file. Dr Ocho noticed the crystals as well but as he did. Cain suddenly dropped to the ground. The doctor reached out to break the nurses full but CAIN was out cold they put her on a Gurney and wheeled her into the lobby. Other staff would take care of her. It wasn't uncommon for people to occasionally faint in the Er even seasoned professionals stress levels are high. You're on your feet. And sometimes people forget to eat and hydrate but as Dr Ocho went back to work on. Gloria things started to spiral even more of control. Chinse key was also getting lightheaded. She had to leave the room to they. Were down. Two sets of hands Grochowski stumbled to the nurses station and sat down. She thought she just needed mayor. But moments later when a CO worker came by to check on her Gorski was unconscious. Suddenly Korchinsky body began to spasm then. Her breathing became unsteady before stopping entirely. It became a cycle spasm. Panic breathing then nothing over and over back in the Trauma Room Maureen Welsh a respiratory therapist was giving Gloria more oxygen as. She did the world around. Her started to grow fuzzy. She fainted and hit the ground. Re previously healthy professionals were suddenly violently ill. It was becoming clear that everyone in the room could endanger. Dr Ocho looked around for any cause of the sudden illnesses. He spotted a sink full of various liquids. He drained it hoping it would have some positive fact but it didn't chaos reined in the ER as Laurie. His condition deteriorated soon. Nearly half of Dr. Ocho staff incapacitated one. After another they dropped to the ground ran from the room. No one knew what was happening. The common denominator was exposure to Gloria. That seemed impossible. It had to be something else in the room. Ocho it turned on the ventilation ordered an emergency evacuation of the department on the way out. They threw away. The used. Syringe couldn't afford to bring it outside not if glorious blood was the parking lot of Riverside General Hospital became a makeshift e R for every other patient besides Gloria even if their condition was critical. Dr Ocho who was confident that they were safer outside as for Ocho. He end to select few team. Members stayed inside to care for Gloria. She was still his patient and he was going to do everything in his power to keep her alive but it wasn't looking good glorious. Heartbeat became faint. Dr Ocho has shocked her heart twice before administering even more drugs but it was all ineffective he worked on Gloria for twenty more minutes then at eight fifty pm on February Nineteenth Nineteen ninety-four. Gloria Ramirez was pronounced dead. Gloria was wheeled into a secluded room. They wanted to take every precaution. If there were toxins in her bloodstream. They couldn't let them escape. Doctor Ocho exited the hospital shortly after nine pm to a parking lot filled with his staff. He was at a loss for words. It was unlike anything he had ever seen. Cain was awake. Let her arms were twitching. She said that her face felt like it was burning Gorton ski was still suffering from apnea and her limbs were violently shaking. Welsh had trouble controlling her limbs. After she came to the alarm had been sounded. The Hazmat team was on their way. All ambulances were diverted to other hospitals in the area Riverside General Hospital wasn't safe a little after ten PM. The has mantain arrived. They donned large yellow and blue suits each with their own air supply. If you looked at the scene from a bird's eye view it would look straight out of a sci Fi film around eleven pm. The has met team entered the hospital. Everything was usually quite as they slowly made their way through the main lobby. Every room they entered they made sure it was clear until they finally reached trauma room. One the table in the middle of the room was empty. Equipment was scattered all over the floor. It looked like a war zone but the has met instruments were picking up any signs of toxins. Someone noticed the ventilation was on that could have eliminated the presence of ANYTHING AIRBORNE. But it didn't seem to spread throughout the rest of the hospital. The team made their way to the room. Where Gloria was being quarantined inside. Lorries body was laying on the same Gurney. She arrived in only hours earlier. They took measurements of the air in her womb. Is Well again. They didn't find a trace of anything dangerous. They exited the hospital reported to their county. Superiors all clear. The hospital. Staff was aghast. How could that be? Gloria Ramirez was dead twenty. Three different people experienced symptoms upon coming in contact with her. Many of them were still receiving care. It had to be something. Maybe it was a completely new chemical something. Undetectable something that could only be created inside the human body coming up. The fallout of glorious death in the ensuing investigation. Hi It's Richard. If you haven't heard the new podcast series supernatural with Ashley Flowers yet. I highly recommend you head on over and subscribe today. It's a fantastic series. That's gotten off to a very successful start. So thank you to everyone who tuned in so far. We're very proud of it. Every Wednesday Ashley. Flowers takes on a different crime or mystery where most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional here are some of the incredible episodes that have been featured so far where the deaths of two Brazilian men are result of making contact with spirits on Mars. Get closer to the truth than ever before. Regarding the mystifying lead masks case who and what were responsible for the unexplained death of Australia's Somerton man dig deeper into the peculiar details and poetry involved in the case and was Italian. Theoretical physicist at Torrey myron disappearance caused by his discovery of time travel or was it something more sinister each week Ashley takes on the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences. It has mystery. It has intrigued and it certainly has my attention. I hope you enjoy it to follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify over ever. You get your podcasts now. Back to the story on Sunday February Twentieth Nineteen Ninety four thirty year old Maggie. Ramirez Garcia went to grab the morning paper it always had sensational headlines but that mornings were especially ghastly toxic woman infects. Er staff it didn't sound like a woman. It sounded like a creature from outer space. The image on the front page depicted men in has meant suits carrying out a sealed metal casket allegedly to ensure the woman. Couldn't infact anyone else. The details of the story were bizarre. A significant number of the hospital staff experienced symptoms of illness after coming into contact with her five had to be hospitalized. The entire emergency room shut down and didn't reopen until the following morning around seven. Am they gave little information about the woman besides her age? Thirty one maggie sister. Gloria was thirty one. She wondered if maybe she had gone to school with the alien woman. She could ask her later when they spoke on the phone. Gloria was recently diagnosed with cervical cancer ever since Maggie especially treasured their moments together. It was serious but Gloria was young so she stood a fighting chance. Chemotherapy started in a few days and Maggie planned on being there every step of the way and she'd bring plenty of interesting newspaper headlines to amuse her sister that afternoon. The phone rang. Maggie was expecting to hear her sisters boys but instead it was her mother-in-law.
"ramirez" Discussed on Medical Mysteries
"Of medical afflictions that some people may find disturbing. We advise caution for listeners. Under thirteen the ambulance sped down the streets of Riverside California. It was nineteen ninety four just five days after Valentine's Day and thirty-one-year-old. Gloria Ramirez was on the brink of death six weeks ago. She was diagnosed with cervical chancer earlier that evening. Her Boyfriend Johnny called nine one one when he noticed that she was having trouble. Breathing when responders arrived around eight PM. Glorious heart was racing. Her blood pressure was in free fall and her breathing was shallow and fast inside the ambulance. Paramedics gave her oxygen in an IV. But nothing seemed to help her condition. She was incoherent unresponsive. Around eight. Fifteen. Gloria was rushed inside Riverside General Hospital where a team of nurses and doctors waited. They took her straight into trauma room one and got started. She was given valium and Ativan to sedate her followed by retire. Liam to get her heart's rhythm under control. It didn't work. Her readings were more in line with someone in their sixties. Not a thirty one year old. Not even one with cervical cancer. They took a blood sample to get a better understanding of what was happening but when they drew glorious blood they were shocked by what they saw inside the syringe. Small Beige crystals started to form. When our bodies fail we trust doctors to diagnose the problem but medicine isn't always an exact science sometimes. It's a guessing game with life or death stakes. This is medical mysteries apart. Cast original. I'm molly and I'm Richard. Every Tuesday will look at the strangest real life medical cases in history and the experts who raced against the clock to solve them. We'll analyze all the evidence and try to find an answer. You can find episodes of medical mysteries and all other park asked originals for free on spotify over ever. You listen to podcasts to stream medical mysteries for free on spotify. Just open the APP and type medical mysteries in the search bar at par cast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You'll allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram? At podcast and twitter at podcast network today were covering the nineteen ninety. Four death of Gloria Ramirez a thirty one year old mother of two who had been diagnosed with cervical cancer after being rushed to the hospital for what appeared to be a heart attack. Nearly two dozen hospital staff members who came in contact with Ramirez became violently ill which led some to wonder was Gloria Ramirez. The world's first toxic woman.
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"Gloria ramirez i like where this is going so far chuck it's to sink to the point was for sixty seconds right she had been diagnosed case credit card fraud isn't the only form.
"ramirez" Discussed on Arrive Early, Leave Late
"As we were saying before Christian Ramirez. Fashioned soccer published coudl. I've never met him. I've heard of him anytime you have a Latino name in there. I try to who these guys are where the come from. If you have a southern California, tired coup. I've heard many things about him. Erin Perez, actually, who was a kicker UCLA or punter who played with Minnesota. I a picture, he's like one of the nicest kids, you're gonna meet really does, seem like that yet, one of the interesting things he said he talked about, how do you had to pay to go to those tryouts? We were talking about that earlier. You talked a minor league baseball players. They'll tell you, they can't get anything from free from any of the back companies the glove companies have to pay for everything. Then they get the major leagues at sign a multi million dollar contract and everyone's handing them free stuff. And I'm sure Christian Ramirez will tell you the same thing. He wish he had some of the money that he gets. Now back when he was coming up to help them a lot. It's the struggle these guys go through, and you see the huge transfer fees for some of the best players in the world. Yeah. But those, those guys which is like a one percent. They're more. Chris Ramirez grinding out in these leagues. We don't know anything about, like you actually wrote the story about the OC team Owens of. The club don't show soccer club. How they were trying to get more people more. I do read your bylines, Kevin lose a lot of them to read those kind of the guys are playing for the love of in their chasing their dreams and hopes that becoming a big players mean, messy grip. Very poor spores grew up. Very poor in order Guay, these guys when they get to the top levels, a lot of them have really earned it. Now they're capable guys that came up had a very nice background. But for the most part, a lot of these athletes really struggled to get to where they're at L AFC, doing really well right now. Best team in the league. Galaxy third-best in the league. Okay. The growth of the sport. Overall, it just seems like every time I'm watching TV. There's a new stadium pumping up. This is the greatest stadium building boom in US history. Baseball went through a period in early two thousands. They built it was thirteen students in a ten year period. Major League Soccer is going to go beyond that when the Miami stadium is built Cincinnati stadium is built, these are stadiums that are sort of Cincinnati, one is underway. The Miami wanna still just a blueprint, but it will be about seventeen I think it is soccer specific stadiums in the US. In Canada, in MLS by the time this boom is done in about twenty twenty two soccer, specific teams are very important, because when MLS was founded it played in giant football, same Arrowhead stadium. In Kansas City, they played in the Rose Bowl, the galaxy did it. I did the galaxy practice outside of the roles pool their practice with one. They played in the rose where the people tailgate now for UCLA gigging practice spot. Correct. Then you would get twenty thousand which is a good soccer crowd, but in Rose Bowl, do it's atmosphere..
"ramirez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"This is Red Eye Radio all across America, eight six six ninety redeye he is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara in the news today. A second accuser comes forward against Brett Kavanagh and one ending from stormy Daniels. Attorney we'll get to that coming up here in a little bit of the second woman. Deborah Ramirez has allegations of sexual misconduct by Brad Kavanagh. This came out Sunday night. She shared her account of alleged sexual misconduct on the part of the supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh claiming the cavenaugh exposed himself to her during a party in college in either eighty three or eighty four the accuser, Deborah Ramirez attended. Yale University with cavenaugh in the mid nineteen eighty s a White House affirmed its support for cavenaugh as a story broken the New Yorker while college classmates, so both Ramirez and cavenaugh gave conflicting accounts of the events. Had issue by Ramirez is telling Cavanagh thrust his penis interface during a dorm room party, which she then pushed away she admits to drinking heavily on the night in question and said that whilst significant gaps exist in her memory the account was a result of six days of careful reflection in conjunction with her attorney. The report indicates that Ramirez was initially reluctant reluctant to definitely scribe the behavior to Cavanaugh. Cavanaugh said in a statement the alleged event from thirty five years ago did not happen people who knew me then know that this is did not happen. And. The claim was denied by all who were said to be present, and is wholly inconsistent with what many men and women who knew judge Cavanaugh said during a college. Save said a White House spokesperson the White House stands firmly behind judge Cavanaugh to male students Ramirez claim present during the misconduct denied that it occurred. While three other classmates who knew both cavenaugh Andrew mirrors said the behavior alleged is broadly inconsistent with the judge's behavior in college. Another unnamed student who said she was one of America's closest friends. At Yale said Ramirez has never mentioned the event the New Yorker was not able to confirm the Cavanaugh was president at the party. Where Ramirez said that she was assaulted the New York Times in their story from late last night said they contacted several dozen which means twenty four at least people that were associated with Cavanaugh orm Ramirez. In that in the dorm areas and nobody had a firsthand account. So you have to accusers and neither one of them have witnesses. Neither one of them have people that will back their stories. No. And neither one who's the people that they have named as witnesses. Had stated that these events ever happened even. Close friends of hers one in the case of Ramirez. One on the case. Of of of Ford. So here's where we are. Now you and I talked about this earlier in the show. We were just got a little sick and tired of this whole tentative agreement. There is no agreement those things a tentative agreement there have an agreement or you don't right now parts of it were settled the hearing will begin at ten AM Thursday. They if it happens, this is I'm just telling you what they agreed to write the hearing will begin ten AM Thursday. That's what they've agreed on. There will be a break every forty five minutes with additional breaks as requested. Dr Ford will have a dedicated security team will have to lawyers at the table with her testifying, Dr Ford judge cavenaugh won't be in the hearing room at the same time, Dr Ford will testify I giving judge Cavanaugh chance to defend himself against the specifics of heraldic Gatien's democratic lawmakers will question judge Cavanaugh themselves senators from each side will be given the same number of rounds of questions with an equal number of minutes per round limited access for TV cameras and other media. What remains? Is unresolved who will question Dr Ford on the GOP side Republicans want to use female staff attorneys or outside counsel to question. Dr Ford before the senators do, but her lawyers are resisting that how long will the senators ask question questions that's still to be determined who will testify Republicans say only, Dr Ford and judge cavenaugh should appear. Democrats want additional witnesses including Mark judge who Dr Ford says was inside the room during the assault, a former FBI agent who gave her the polygraph test. They want to testify and trauma experts. Yeah. The Democrats are going to want this to go on for as long as humanly possible. They want this. And you know this morning there's going to be they'll be on all of the morning shows saying Ramirez, also needs a hearing now Ramirez lawyers Ramirez herself there has been nothing in the media. So far where there's been a request from that party from that side that says they want a hearing. No just an FBI investigation, which is likely not to happen. So that could change this morning. They could come out and say Ramirez wants to be heard. Well, don't expect that to happen this week or the the request. Well, she'll be ready in a week or two. Meanwhile, Michael avenue, the lawyer for stormy Daniels tweeted out last night. That he claims that he has knowledge had Kevin on a high school friend. Mark judge targeted women with drugs and alcohol in order to allow a train of men to subsequently gang rape them. He Mike Davis chief counsel of the nomination of the US. Senate committee said bring the evidence forward to us. A again Senator Email too. Mike Davis, stating exactly that. He did not sources evidence did not name any alleged victims just claims his information on it. Senate Judiciary committee said well, then bring it to us. He will go on Chris Cuomo show tonight on CNN. Neither cabin on or judge. Immediately responded to avenue. These accusations. So there's where we are right now, it is it is interesting that the two accusations against cavenaugh almost MIR themselves when it comes to the evidence that exists, and I mean in the witness evidence that exists that the witnesses that they have both stated were there even friendly towards them has been denied by those people and still you have as you mentioned, Gary the New York Times looking into the Ramirez story and interviewing several dozen individuals didn't go with the story because they couldn't find one person tobacco up and even outside of that. Where's the media story? The Cavanaugh had this reputation. Not the allegation by one person. But I mean, a reputation which would mean a number of people saying the same thing about his reputation, even if it was rumors a while as as you said earlier what we have now is a situation where since Grassley has, you know, a move that line in the sand. Yeah. I don't know it it again. And again, a number of times. And allowed somebody who has an allegation from thirty five years ago with no witnesses and no forensics to support it. In fact, just the opposite from the witnesses that have been named so far the witnesses that have been named so far every one of them, including her lifelong friend. I don't know what she's talking about. Right. Never never happened that she gets TV tie. And so that means that the standard the the benchmark has been set by Grassley anybody who has an allegation gets TV time, which means you can stretch this out as long as you want. Now, you have opened the doors Senator Grassley to this kind of behavior by the left to be to be facilitated to to be accommodated. This is exactly what's going to happen at some point. They're going to request that she gets her time because it's about delaying the process. Well Ramirez the second accuser, oh, she's not gonna be ready this week. That's not going to happen. You're you don't have it on the schedule. You don't have time on the schedule in the Senate for this is the daily caller, not the daily caller, but the daily wire Ben Shapiro's website pointed out that that you know, the and the headline the Ramirez allegations come about as the Ford allegations seem to be falling apart. Evidence the witnesses whatever, but her case seems to be falling apart. That tells you the story, and I pointed that out to you during the break earlier, and I was saying look at what they're saying here the daily wire, I think it's a great observation of what they're saying. Because where do we start with this Kamala Harris, you know, Mr Chairman, Mr Chairman, Mr Chairman after meeting with other Democrats to try and determine whether they were either going to just get loud or walkout all together over the documents. Well, the document thing didn't work. So then what happens then you get the Ford allegation. Okay. So that's falling apart because over the weekend. I'm sure the internals were showing this thing is ridiculous and Grassley is to blame for allowing it to be delayed. So it's falling apart. And I think the daily wire did a great job in writing the breaking news headline on this. And that was you know, basically because the Ford thing isn't enough. You're bringing this up again knowing and this is something we pointed out earlier too. You're bringing this up. You're introducing this only after Grassley opened the door for you to do that. Had he Grassley on Friday night after moving that deadline. Twice at that point or actually three times at that point. Had he stuck to his guns and said no committee vote will happen Monday morning. We could not come to terms. We're going to hold the committee vote Monday morning. In fact, the Atlanta Journal constitution had already written that story and posted it because they had already said that. And then all of a sudden Grassley turns about face does a one eighty well, I just minutes late. I don't know if the allegation would have come out earlier from then on Saturday from the Ramirez people, I don't know whether they would ever know what my point is is that they had a complete open door because of Grassley to say well now, we get a chance to delay it even further. Well, I mean, they might have tried it again, I don't know how grassy would respond that if he would have closed the door on the Friday at ten o'clock and then Saturday a new allegation came out whether the pressure would have been there because it was the second allegation. Now, you know that that it would have opened the door, and who knows what would have done also at that point of what it would have led to the point is is that they definitely had that huge gaping hole that that he led. Left by allowing that behavior by attorneys and rice setting that. And they knew it, and they took full advantage of it on Sunday. And the one thing that you have now though is once you've once you ve allowed once you have moved, you know, the line the supposed- line in the sand several times several times will then you have to move the line in the sand for the next update. Every next allegation you can stretch this thing out until after the election easily because the more allegations that come about again are more evidence, even if they lack evidence there more evidence in the public's mind, and for the Democrats that that is true. What I find fascinating is that it's the exact same thing with the second accuser. That alcohol was involved. Really? Can't remember things. Great the last being the Ramirez even coming forward. Because as she said well for six days I had to recount my memory with the help of my lawyer. And then I came to the conclusion that it did happen. That's extremely weakened and any. Any prep? And this is the one thing we're the one prosecutor said, well, she's the strongest witness I've ever seen within you must have lost a hell of a lot of cases..
"ramirez" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Ramirez claims cavenaugh exposed himself to her at a party when he was a college student correspondent, Brian Stelter? This was an incident dating back to his freshman year. At Yale student says she was at a dorm room party and things out of hand the stories up on New Yorker dot com, and it is written by Ronan Farrow and Jane Mayer. Been on this case for a while. Meantime, Christine Blasi Ford who claims Cavanaugh sexually assaulted her. When they were in high school will testify before the Senate Judiciary committee on Thursday. We'll comedian Bill Cosby is due in court tomorrow to be sentenced after his conviction of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in two thousand four and could be sent to prison for up to thirty years. His convictions could be merged because they all arise from a single incident. In that case, the maximum sentence would be Tangier correspondent polo Sandovol last week's attack on the military parade in Iran, killed twenty nine and wounded forty others on Fox News Sunday secretary of state, Mike Pompeo responded to Iranian Foreign Minister Muhammed's reefs charge that the US was behind the attack. You have a security incident. Home blaming others is an enormous mistake. And the loss of innocent life is tragic, and I wish the reef would focused on keeping his own people secure rather than causing insecurity all around the world. On the same day as the attack President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani told the crowd of New York that the US is going to overthrow the government quote in a few days months or couple of years, but it's going to happen, and quote, Iran's leaders are calling this evidence the US was behind the attack. Well, Tiger Woods has won his first PGA victory in more than five years. Start hitting me that I was.
"ramirez" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"All right we're out of the murder rape and overall crime spree of richer ramirez and we're done with me singing so couple things have happened but not out of the time line is story still has some extremely busy moments he put on quite showed his trial jury selection for the case didn't didn't begin until three years later because a lot of legal mumbo jumbo sorted in july twenty second nineteen ninety eight as first court appearance ramirez raise a hand with a pentagram drawn on it and yelled hail satan fucking ridiculous although if i'm ever put on trial for anything i hope i remember to yell hail nimrod is that will be a great inside joke for you guys august third nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight the los angeles times reported that some jail employees overheard ramirez planning to shoot the prosecute with the gun which ramirez guess intended to have smuggled into the courtroom consequently a metal detectors installed outside the courtroom and intensive searches are being conducted on people entering the courtroom now august fourteenth trial is interrupted because one of the jurors phyllis single terry doesn't arrive at the courtroom later that day she's found shot to death in her apartment the jury is terrified they couldn't help but wonder if ramirez had something to do with this if you directed this event from inside his prison cell and if he can reach other jury members turns out ramirez was now responsible for single terry's death she'd been shot and killed by boyfriend who later committed suicide with the same weapon however the alternate juror who replacing terry was so frightened to be in the trial that she she was a fearful to return to her home now bet you us can you imagine getting stuck on trial like that i would i would say whatever it took to get myself out of that shit september twentieth nine hundred eighty nine ramirez was convicted of all charges thirteen counts of murder five attempted murders eleven sexual assaults fourteen burglaries during the penalty phase of the trial on november seventeen eighty nine he sends to die in california's gas chamber he stays to reporters after the after the death sentence he's given he says big deal death was always death always went with the territory see you and disneyland what the fuck during his trial he he'd amassed a sizable.
"ramirez" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Could've come and helped her lungs death was described as a ritual style slain and ramirez was a known satanist if you can picture christ on the cross that's the way she looked her head was dropped on her chin down recalled another investigator now he was he wasn't tied to the case until night until two thousand nine through dna long after his cot but but he was never charged by then he was already awaiting execution on death row and and i think this is this that when he was up in the bay area for a little bit looking into that state tannock coven using joining in this could have been some kind of ritual killing so that was a or it also could have been just you know wrong place wrong time he really at this point he still wasn't going you know really like full steam into into murder like he would be here soon little over two months later seventy nine year old jenny vico vin cow was found dead in her apartment she'd been restored repeatedly and her throat was slashed so severely she was almost decapitated johnson jack later testified ramirez trial he said it is him his mother lived at the same apartment building last time he saw her live was the afternoon of june twenty seven nine hundred eighty four found his mother's body nearly twenty four hours later and you know called her name several times got no response when i saw she was dead i shut it to the manager my mother murdered dead of the night richard ramirez had removed the screen to her apartment window a brutally killing her in bed while she slept with a blood orgy of brutality that shock the world you know he lost control repeatedly stabbing her and slashing your throat so deeply that she was again nearly decapitated when police found her body and then he then he had sex with the corpse jesus at the morgue the police governor key piece of evidence in the form of fingerprint however they couldn't do much with it back then they they can only it can help link a suspect to a crime after he was.
"ramirez" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"At all so with that small of a sample there could be some fluke in is there if you if you're talking a couple of them that that could have gone his way maybe it was like a replay where he slid off the bags i'm just coming up with with examples obviously on the favorable informed but all of a sudden enough to if to go the other ways and eighty two percent success rate guy instead of a sixty three percent so i'm just saying let's not go to crazy hell of just one goes his way if one of the eleven attempts for jose ramirez go in the four cards go his way and so he's eight for eleven instead of seven for eleven you're talking seventy three percent so the breakeven there so seven for eleven is a bad percentage 63 that's bad but it's too small to where the indians would say hey comma down on the basis i think he's going to get to continue to run push for twenty midtwenties again but now the power the power could be there as well we're seeing a to fortythree ice oh seen a lot of power here from jose ramirez without really any change to the bad of all profile except then he's hitting the ball at harder years a little uptick in fiber all right from thirty six percent to forty percent directly came out of the ground ball rate so that that little change their certainly helps but i mean the real difference is a striking the ball what better jose ramirez has upped his hard contact rate from twenty seven percent to thirty six percent he has been awesome and i just don't know that he's that he's still getting his proper do as a topflight fantasy player i think i think he's a fantastic fantasy player that is still a little bit hidden he ranks third on espn's player reiter at third base he's much see his fifth at second base and then he's.
"ramirez" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"Let's try to help teams out a little bit right it's hard out there for guys trying to replace injured bats and arms so if you've got a little bit more flexible obviously that really only applies to bats because you're moving guys around but though the worst thing is you know having to cut a talented player because because of like positional flexibility i mean that that's tougher i'm not say make it super easy or anything like that i'm just saying when it comes to that discussion i lean more liberal back to ramirez he is third and outfield for sure second base in most leaks and he's been beating now one of the things i was mentioning before the season started was i didn't really see much of a difference between him and and and francisco door his teammate and i understood of course y lin door would would go higher because he was shortstop and shortstop certainly has has more value i definitely get that but if you kinda look at at at what these to have been doing it i was talking fifteen and sixteen combined they're just really wasn't that much difference and then when you really honed in on on sixteen specifically they were i mean they were about daddy even just looking last year he got ramirez with eleven homers twenty two stolen bases three twelve batting average four run seventy six rupees rintanen door fifteen homers nineteen stolen bases 300 one average ninety nine runs seventy eight rabies so you know some smaller advantages some some advantages to lend nor for sure with that with the runs is the big difference that for the fifteen run gap is big eleven runs of batting average in insignificant though a on on over six hundred played appearances that's that's something there too and that goes in favor of ramirez but the point was was that skills wise everything they did as as you know some power quality speed top of the order guys who should accumulate good runs and rv is they look very similar to me and yet they were going several rounds of part and i am i think it's time for ramirez to get his do now.