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"randolph moss" Discussed on Trumpcast

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05:21 min | 11 months ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on Trumpcast

"Judge said big differences. That paul hodgkin's was charged with felony. An animal organ loyd was not. I wanna introduce the judge in this case. His name is randolph moss. He was appointed in twenty fourteen. Is that right. Yeah so i think to note about the judge in this case stench mice and he was an obama appointee de but does not have a reputation as a liberal firebrand. If like when. I read your coverage of the sentencing judge. Moss was really trying to strike this balance because he made this point multiple times that he had to be careful in his sentencing to make sure it reflected the facts of this case and not. The wider context was that not to was. I think that judgment was aware that he was going to get a lot of coverage of this hearing as being the first felony sentencing. And you know it was. The task of saying paul chickens can only be sentenced for the crime. He pleaded guilty..

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"randolph moss" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"They are unity, self determination, collective work and responsibility. Who operative economics, purpose, creativity and faith. The seven candles for Kwanza, Our ceremonial objects has served a symbolically re create the sun's power as well as to provide light. There are three red candles, three green ones and one black handle. Covert cases are on the rise in the most populous state. California reporting 20% of hospitalized covert patients are in the ICU. Here is more from ABC. Zoran Sean. Firm cases toppling over 18 million with over 120,000 hospitalizations in California the L. A County Department of Public Health announcing the second consecutive day of record high covert deaths. This being a sober reminder of about deadly this diseases are deadly. This pandemic is On how devastating it is two families that have lost their loved ones during this holiday, California's governor, saying they're under unprecedented pressure as he became the first state exceeding two million covert cases. Governor Gavin Newsom says If current trends continue, the number of those hospitalized because of the virus could double in just 30 days or less. The only woman on US death row will not be put to death as soon as originally expected. Here. CBS is Jennifer Keiper. Lisa Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death this month for killing a pregnant woman in Skidmore, Missouri, and 20 or four removing the baby and trying to pass it off as their own. U. S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss delayed the execution after her attorneys contracted covert 19 while visiting their client. The Justice Department tried to reschedule the execution date for January. 12th. However, judge Moss says that cannot happen while the stay of execution order remains in effect, which is until January, 1st Montgomery would be the first woman executed by the federal government since 1953 Jennifer Capers, CBS NEWS.

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"randolph moss" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To danger with uncertain outcomes ahead of them were responsible. For so many injuries being saved. Police have not yet confirmed any fatalities, though they say it would be impossible to say if anyone was inside the RV because of the severity of the explosion. For NPR News. I'm Chazz Sisk in Nashville. The only woman on federal Jethro has won a major reprieve. Lisa Montgomery was convicted in the 2004 killing of a 23 year old woman whose baby she'd cut out of the eight month old the eight month pregnant victims womb and passed off as her own. NPR's Jen Newman reports a federal court Has put Lisa Montgomery's execution date on hold. Judge Randolph Moss ruled the Justice Department illegally set an execution date of January 12 during the delay caused by Montgomery's attorneys falling ill with covert 19. Following federal guidelines. The ruling likely prevent scheduling the execution before the presidential inauguration next month. President elect Biden opposes the death penalty. NPR's John Newman Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death in the Federal Correctional Complex and Terra Haute, Indiana this month. Her attorneys have been working on a clemency petition. California is straining under a worsening outbreak of the coronavirus Heady Lynn heard these reports that in Los Angeles alone, 6500 people are being treated in overwhelmed county hospital more than 1300 are in intensive care. Outside the hospitals. There are reports of ambulance crews waiting hours to drop off patients in the ER because of a lack of space. The county's also reporting a record one day death toll from Cove it for the second day in a row. With the situation at such a critical point. Health officials are concerned it could get even worse, with another holiday weekend, bringing large gatherings of people. Leading to the continued spread of the pandemic for NPR news. I'm heavy Lynn hurt he's in Los Angeles President Trump has no events on his public schedule this holiday weekend after suggesting he might not go along with a massive covert relief bill and government spending bill that Congress sent to him just before Christmas. This is NPR news in Washington. This is w. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Lance. Lucky 2020 has been a very challenging year for many of us, but even more so for people who are homeless. There are fewer places for people to use bathrooms and less foot traffic means less spare change from passersby. Scotty declined to give his last name. But he was getting a hot meal and a gift bag from volunteers near Bryant Park Christmas Day. He says he's been homeless for the last four years and spent most of this year outside in a structure he built on the streets of SoHo. Been really what it's been really rough for a lot of.

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Only woman on U.S. death row gets reprieve

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00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Only woman on U.S. death row gets reprieve

"The only woman on federal Jethro has won a major reprieve. Lisa Montgomery was convicted in the 2004 killing of a 23 year old woman whose baby she'd cut out of the eight month old the eight month pregnant victims womb and passed off as her own. NPR's Jen Newman reports a federal court Has put Lisa Montgomery's execution date on hold. Judge Randolph Moss ruled the Justice Department illegally set an execution date of January 12 during the delay caused by Montgomery's attorneys falling ill with covert 19. Following federal guidelines. The ruling likely prevent scheduling the execution before the presidential inauguration next month. President elect Biden opposes the death penalty. NPR's John Newman Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death in the Federal Correctional Complex and Terra Haute, Indiana this month. Her attorneys have been working on a clemency petition.

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"randolph moss" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Americans. Back now to one of our top stories. Multiple law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, are actively investigating the massive explosion of a recreational vehicle and RV early Christmas morning and Nashville, Tennessee. The blast, which authorities consider intentional, caused extensive damage, and also send several people to the hospital. Let's find out more from CBS is Jesse Mitchell. She's in Nashville explosion through flames into the air, setting cars on fire, destroying homes and damaging More than 40 businesses in the city's tourist district. We do believe that the explosion was an intentional act. Police released this photo of an RV they believe was responsible for the blast, which was caught on surveillance video driving to the area and the blast was so loud it could be heard from several miles away. Police in Grapevine, Texas, responding to reports of threats at a hotel guests at Great Wolf Lodge, I called police saying a man was threatening to shoot up. The hotel officials say they are conducting room by room search. Itches and evacuating guest to a secure area. Ah, Grapevine Police spokeswoman says. So far there have been no reports of injuries or shots fired and no suspects so far has been found. We had multiple callers from different areas, saying they heard the same thing and gave the same description. So based on that credibility, we're doing everything we can to make sure everyone stays safe. As of midnight, officers were searching actively floor by floor for witnesses and the reporter person who made the threatening claims. Right now, Police say no injuries have been reported, and there is no credible threat. Ah, 36 year old reading man who state police say was heavily intoxicated found driving the wrong way on 93 south near exit 40 in Wilmington. This happened yesterday morning. Troopers putting down there, stop sticks, flattening the tires in the Medford area. That driver with four flat tires, kept driving into leverage circle and even try to hide in a mass general parking area. The man was eventually apprehended and taken a Tufts Medical Center for a medical evaluation. In Boston police investigating the death of a man in East Boston on Christmas Eve. Officers responded to a report of a person stabbed near to await Sumner ST. The Mann was transported to a local hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. Massachusetts prisoner advocates are asking that inmates be released from state prisons because of the covert 19 pandemic prisoners. Legal services of Mount A truce is arguing in a Suffolk Superior Court filing that based a department of Corrections should release inmates are home confinement for alone medical, parole and other legal measures so the remaining prisoners can socially distance and remain safe. It's 10 19, the only woman on US death row row will not be put to death as soon as expected. Let's find out more about this from CBS and Jennifer Keiper. Lisa Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death this month for killing a pregnant woman in Skidmore, Missouri, and 20 or four removing the baby and trying to pass it off as their own. U. S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss delayed the execution after her attorneys contracted covert 19 while visiting their client. The Justice Department tried to reschedule the execution date for January. 12th. However, judge Moss says that cannot happen while the stay of execution order remains in effect, which is until January, 1st Montgomery would be the first woman executed by the federal government since 1953 Jennifer Keiper CBS News, the latest U. S. Census Bureau estimates show that while most New England states are losing population Apparently, New Hampshire has continued its trend of modest gains. Thea estimates released covering a period between July 2019 to July 2020 and during that time Maine and the Granite State where the on Lee New England States again population, with New Hampshire, seeing the largest percentage increase for the third year in a row. Well, tis the season for returns these days. CBS is any Ellie Ruiz is in Houston and reports that one business group estimates more than $70 billion of holiday purchases will be sent back this year.

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"randolph moss" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Year old boy gives up an old toy and makes a little five year old boy from Canton. Very, very happy. Great Christmas story from WBZ TV is Julie McDonald Way Back at Aston White Second Birthday party. It was love at first sight as Super Cool John Deere tractor from a very special someone You know who I was from. Yeah. Ever since rain or shine, That's where you find him until he parked it in the wrong place. It was my favorite awhile until it got stolen by somebody. It was devastating. I want to my room and then cried. Still, Ashton looked for the good. Don't sad. It wasn't one that day factory soft like this. That thing on someone else. Good heard what happened. You sure me doing that? Figuring that would be so upset. I used to write it on. Brendan loved one just like it now collecting dust in the garage and asked me if I would done and like I said immediately. Yes, one boy's old toy. Now I can't neighbors. New treasure felt happy that he was happy. Ashton can get back to driving responsibly and then Um somewhere and just trying to go slow when they're not any one single fast and paying it forward with kindness. Make me want to do some different him to Julie MacDonnell. WBC news back to one of our top stories. Multiple law enforcement agencies, including the FBI. Investigating a massive explosion of a recreational vehicle early on Christmas morning in Nashville. That blast which authorities consider intentional Causing extensive damage, sending several to the hospital. CBS is Jesse Mitchell in Nashville. The explosion through flames into the air, setting cars on fire, destroying homes and damaging more than 40 businesses in the city's tourist district. We do believe that the explosion was an intentional act. Police released this photo of an RV they believe was responsible for the blast, which was caught on surveillance video driving to the area and that blast was so loud it could be heard two miles away. Police in Grapevine, Texas, responding to reports of threats at a hotel guests at Great Wolf Lodge, calling police claiming a man was threatening to shoot up the hotel. Authorities searching room by room evacuating guest to a secure area, Grapevine police spokeswoman Amanda Make News says So far no reports of injuries. We had multiple callers from different areas, saying they heard the same thing and gave the same description. So based on that credibility, we're doing everything we can to make sure everyone stays safe. Yeah, those far there have been no reports of any shots fired Police in Boston investigating the death of a man in East Boston on Christmas Eve. Officers responding to a report of a person stabbed near 208 Sumner ST Man rushed to a local hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. The only woman on death row in the United States continues to await her faith. Lisa Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death this month for killing a pregnant woman in Skidmore, Missouri, and 20 or four removing the baby and trying to pass it off as her own. U. S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss delayed the execution after her attorneys contracted covert 19 while visiting their client. The Justice Department tried to reschedule the execution date for January. 12th. However, judge Moss says that cannot happen while the stay of execution order remains in effect, which is until January, 1st Montgomery would be the first woman executed by the federal government since 1953 Jennifer Caper, CBS News 36 year old man from reading Who state state police say was heavily intoxicated found driving the wrong way on route 93 South. Near exit 40 in Wilmington yesterday morning, troopers put down some stop sticks, flattening the tires in the Medford area. So now the driver with four flat tires. Keeps driving gets delivered Circle tried to hide in the mass General parking area. The man was eventually apprehended, taken to Tufts Medical Center for a medical evaluation. On Christmas Eve. It was a last ditch try to get a coronavirus relief bill signed by President Trump, but it did not happen. Here's NBC's Andrew Dember. Trump voiced his opposition to the sweeping economic relief effort at the 11th hour after lawmakers finally agreed to terms taking Capitol Hill by surprise. The president asking for those direct cash payments to most Americans be increased to $2000 more than three times the $600 lawmakers agreed on hoping for a holiday Hail Mary Democrats called a special session on Christmas Eve. Up those checks to two grand as the president suggested in a separate Bill. House Republicans, though, immediately rejected it in a tweet on Christmas Day. The president did not say what he planned to do about that. Bill. Make WBZ news radio part of your morning routine alarm. Set for 6 A.m. to WBC news radio 10 30 from my Heart radio Mark speaker When you first wake up WBZ radio in your car on the way to working.

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"randolph moss" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Give us a cooler Monday lows by Monday, we'll be in the low forties and afternoon highs would be about 60. It's 39 degrees at DFW Airport. The news is brought to you by classic Chevrolet President Trump's demand for increased stimulus checks. We're gonna vote next week in the U. S. House House Speaker Nancy Pelosi intends to move on increased payments for Americans is a stand alone bill on Monday. President Trump has demanded direct payments increase from $600 that are included in a $900 billion covert relief fill 2 $2000. Democrats attempted to pass the measure doing that Thursday. The unanimous consent resolution was blocked, as was a request from House Republicans to review foreign aid. If the House were to approve the enhanced stimulus checks. The measure is still unlikely to advance in the Republican led Senate, where earlier proposals lacked sufficient support in Washington sharing Halpern Fox News As we get closer to the end of the year, turns out the challengers in too hotly contested U. S. Senate runoff races are really raking in the money. Democrats in Georgia hauling in more than $100 million eat in just two months. The two U. S Senate runoff races, eclipsing Republican incumbents and reflecting the high stakes at play Democratic challengers Jonah's up and Raphael Warnock amassing 106 in $103 million respectively, compared to Senator David Perdue with just 68 million, and Senator Kelly Leffler at 64 million. The two races will determine control of the U. S. Senate. Republicans can maintain control by holding onto at least one seat. If Democrats win both seeds, the Senate is tied and the vice president breaks any tide votes and Carrick Fox News. That's not all. It's busy in politics these days. At least one North Texas congressman declare himself opposed the certifying the votes from the November 3rd presidential election. Congressman Lance Gooden says he intends to reject the certification of the electoral college vote. Ex mob and he sent a letter to senators John Cornyn and Ted Cruz urging them to do the same, The letter said. Quote we must stand up for the tens of millions of Americans who want answers to the irregularity surrounding this election. Gooden wants a special counsel to launch an election probe. Frieda Ross, WB AP News Hospital Bed Availability is remaining fairly steady in and around balance has of Thursday hospital bed capacity since 75%, which is up 3% from December 6th. However, down from 76% in late October, intensive care unit beds have ballooned to 81% capacity, mainly due to roughly 100. Fewer ICU beds available for use. Overall ventilator use has increased slightly to 43%, however, has never hit 50% capacity through the entire pandemic. Numbers were compiled from 25 Dallas Area hospitals, which report weekly totals to the Office of Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson. Mike trainer, WB AP News Has More North Texans get vaccinated for Go ahead. 19 Scientists are trying to stem a growing tide of fear over a new variant of the virus that's emerged the United Kingdom in South Africa. Dr Benjamin Newman, virologist at Texas A and M and text are, Calla says Americans shouldn't worry whether the current vaccines will work against this news. Three hold. The vaccines that are being developed right now are actually using the original version of the virus, and all the tests that are being done is being done right now, and they're still passing through those tests with flying colors under. Newman says the new strain is a mix of mutations that have popped up worldwide since September. He says the thousands of doses of the fighter On Madonna. Vaccines that have been administered in North Texas will do what they're supposed to do. Judge's order to delay in the execution of a woman on federal death roll. Lisa Montgomery was originally set to be executed this month at the Federal Correctional Complex and Terra Haute, Indiana. But her attorneys contracted coronavirus visiting her and asked for more time to file it. Clemency petition U. S District Court Judge Randolph Moss issue to stay until the end of the year, so the Federal Bureau of Prisons rescheduled it for January 12th. But Moss on Friday ruled the bureau was prohibited from reschedule. The execution while his stay order was in place, which means it could be poised to after the Biden administration takes office. Montgomery was convicted in the 2004 strangulation murder of a pregnant woman. Joe Chiro, Fox News. Keller Police department is being sued for excessive use of force. Marco Point Days says he was recording an officer who was arresting his son for a traffic violation. Last August, when a second officer threw him to the ground and pepper sprayed in. Hey, you're gonna do what do you? Do? You hear that? Sprayed? Wait! Yeah, Scream. I'm not even doing anything. Killer. Police internal investigation later ruled the two officers made an arrest for a defense that was not committed. The Texas capital will soon be reopening to the public governor Greg Abbott, along with Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick, and House Speaker Dennis Bonnin, made the announcement Monday. The capital will open its doors. January 4th. The building closed back in March due to the cove in 19 pandemic. State leaders believe health and safety protocols have been put in place to maintain a safe environment for all visitors, lawmakers and staff Chad Dixon WBF P news Legendary NBA coach has passed away just over six weeks since Basketball Hall of Famer Tommy Heinsohn passed away. The Boston Celtics lost another legendary player and coach Casey Jones died Christmas Day as the Celtics wrote, where Casey Jones went. Winning was short of follow from 1958 to 67. 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"randolph moss" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Did this. We're gonna get our state and federal partners to help us do that We're going to celebrate our heroes, which are first responders that went and saved lives. Three people were reported injured in that blast possible remains. Found nearby. Police are investigating whether those remains are tied to that blast. Several buildings were damaged Police in Grapevine, Texas, responding to reports of threats of a hotel guests at the Great Wolf Lodge. Say a man was making threats against the hotel officials search room by room, evacuating all the guests great find, police spokeswoman Amanda McNew says. So far that's only been threats did have reports from multiple witnesses describing the same man saying he was going to make threats that he was going to shoot. And so far, police have not found that suspect. A man who was stabbed on Christmas Eve and he's Boston has died from his injuries. Police say they responded to a call at about nine o'clock Thursday night about a stabbing near to await Sumner ST. Officers finding a man suffering life threatening injuries rushed to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead police asking anyone with information to contact them. Those advocating for prisoners in Massachusetts are redoubling their efforts to release inmates from state prisons. Because of the pandemic Prisoners Legal services of Massachusetts, arguing in Suffolk Superior Court that the state Department of Correction should release inmates, too. Home confinement, furlough, medical parole or other legal measures so that other prisoners will be able to socially distance. Now it appears that the on Lee woman who sits on death row will not be executed as soon as expected. The latest with CBS is Jennifer Keiper. Lisa Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death this month for killing a pregnant woman in Skidmore, Missouri, and 20 or four removing the baby and trying to pass it off as their own. U. S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss delayed the execution after her attorneys contracted covert 19 while visiting their client. The Justice Department tried to reschedule the execution date for January. 12th. However, judge Moss says that cannot happen while the stay of execution order remains in effect, which is until January, 1st Montgomery would be the first woman executed by the federal government since 1953 Jennifer Caper, CBS NEWS Residents of three nursing homes outside Madison, Alabama, Receiving a special surprise on Christmas animals, goats, donkeys decked out an adorable costumes. I love the name of this place. It's tiny, high knees traveling farm. Visiting nursing homes and schools so people can connect with animals they don't see often and with the added isolation of covert 19, keeping many away from their families, farm owner Susan Bolivia says their mission means so much more this year. You know the depression that comes along with it..

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"randolph moss" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Recommend. Keep the tags on. Make sure you have an idea for any in store returns and take your receipts with you to get cash back. But before you start the process, do your research check with the website of the store that you're trying to return with, Whether is a bricks and mortar or an online vendor that the Web sites have instructions, and some of them make it very, very easy to return. Something that just isn't right for you. That's Barbara Stewart, who teaches retailing at the You know. Diversity of Houston 36 year old man from reading who state police says was heavily intoxicated found driving the wrong way on route 93 South. Near exit 40 yesterday morning in Wilmington, State troopers putting down Stop sticks, flattening the tires in the Medford area. The driver with four flat tires just kept driving in to leverage circle and tried to hide in the mass General parking area. The man was eventually apprehended and taken to Tufts Medical Center for a medical evaluation and police in Boston investigating the death of a man in East Boston on Christmas Eve. Officer is responding to a report of a person stabbed in there to await Sumner Street. That man transported to a local hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. The only woman on US death row Will not be put to death as soon as expected. Lisa Montgomery had been scheduled to be put to death this month for killing a pregnant woman in Skidmore, Missouri, and 20 or four removing the baby and trying to pass it off as their own. U. S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss delayed the execution after her attorneys contracted covert 19 while visiting their client. The Justice Department tried to reschedule the execution date for January. 12th. However, judge Moss says that cannot happen while the stay of execution order remains in effect, which is until January, 1st Montgomery would be the first woman executed by the federal government since 1953 Jennifer Keiper CBS News Staying informed is Easy with WBZ Boston's hardest working newsroom earned your trust every day by getting to the truth of every story we cover reporting the news that matters to you always up. Today's always accurate so that when you.

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"randolph moss" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Sandwich off the year. Magreb this back bottom of participating McDonald's Yes. Federal execution gets delayed because of the coronavirus. Lisa Montgomery was originally set to be executed this month at the Federal Correctional Complex and Terra Haute, Indiana. But her attorneys contracted coronavirus visiting her and asked for more time to file it. Clemency petition U. S District Court Judge Randolph Moss issue to stay until the end of the year, so the Federal Bureau of Prisons rescheduled it for January 12th. But Moss on Friday ruled the bureau was prohibited from rescheduling the execution while Stay order was in place, which means it could be poised to after the Biden administration takes office. Montgomery was convicted in the 2004 strangulation murder of a pregnant woman. Joe Chiro, Fox News. Man who police say had an extensive history of domestic violence was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy in Houston on Christmas Day. Police say the man was shot after shooting at the deputy during a domestic violence call. AH police officer in New York City was able to celebrate Christmas thanks to his bulletproof vest. The officer was shot on Christmas Eve are responding to a 911 call made by a woman who said a man was coming to shoot the place up. The perpetrator arrives. Luminary looking at the body cameras myself, Terry Monahan. You see incredible bravery by the offices. You see the Girlfriend point out and next thing you hear shots being fired NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea. The suspect was apprehended and has apologized If a holiday package mailed weeks ago didn't arrive in time for Christmas. You're not alone. The U. S. Postal Service says many parcels remains stuck in transit to.

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Only woman on U.S. death row gets reprieve

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00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Only woman on U.S. death row gets reprieve

"A judge orders a delay in the execution of a woman on federal death row potentially setting up a scenario where won't happen at all. Lisa montgomery was originally set to be executed this month at the federal correctional complex in terre haute indiana but her attorneys contracted krono virus visiting her and asked for more time to file a clemency petition. Us district court judge randolph. Moss issued a stay until the end of the year so the federal bureau of prisons rescheduled it for january twelfth. But moss on friday ruled. The bureau was prohibited from rescheduling the execution while his stay order was in place which means it could be poised to after the biden administration takes office. Montgomery was convicted in the two thousand four strangulation murder of a pregnant woman.

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"randolph moss" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Federal death row, potentially setting up a scenario where it won't happen at all. Lisa Montgomery was originally set to be executed this month at the Federal Correctional Complex and Terra Haute, Indiana. But her attorneys contracted coronavirus visiting her and asked for more time to file it. Clemency petition. U. S District Court Judge Randolph Moss issue to stay until the end of the year, so the Federal Bureau of Prisons rescheduled it for January 12th. But Moss on Friday ruled the bureau was prohibited from rescheduling the execution while his stay order was in place, which means it could be poised to after the bite administration takes office. Montgomery was convicted in the 2004 strangulation murder of a pregnant woman. Joe two year old Fox News President Trump spent part of his Christmas Day playing golf in Palm Beach, Florida with this Republican allies, Senator Lindsey Graham afterwards, Graham tweeting. He's convinced the president is more determined than ever to increase stimulus payment checks to $2000 per person and challenge section. 2 30 Big Tech liability protection Speaker Pelosi says the House will try again on Monday to increase the stimulus checks. For Republicans shut down the effort Thursday and two Senate runoff elections and Georgia are set to become the most expensive in the country's history. With Democrats shattering fundraising records Democrats in Georgia hauling in more than $100 million, eat in just two months for the two U. S Senate runoff races, eclipsing Republican incumbents and reflecting the high stakes at play. Democratic challengers. Jonah's up and Raphael Warnock amassing 106 in $103 million respectively, compared to Senator David Perdue with just 68 million, and Senator Kelly Leffler at 64 million and Carrick Fox News and I'm Carmen Roberts. And this is Fox News. A strong work ethic takes pride in a job Well done. This is you, but to get.

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"randolph moss" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"It's the latest You needed on demand from Fox News and Amazon, Alexa Ah, judge orders a delay and the execution of a woman on federal death row, potentially setting up a scenario where it won't happen at all. Lisa Montgomery was originally set to be executed this month at the Federal Correctional Complex and Terra Haute, Indiana. Her attorneys contracted coronavirus visiting her and asked for more time to file it. Clemency petition U. S District Court Judge Randolph Moss issue to stay until the end of the year. So the Federal Bureau of Prisons rescheduled it for January 12th. But Moss on Friday ruled the bureau was prohibited from rescheduling the execution while his stay order was in place, which means it could be poised to after the Biden administration takes office. Montgomery was convicted in the 2004 strangulation murder of a pregnant woman jokes year old Fox News President Trump spent part of his Christmas Day playing golf in Palm Beach, Florida with this Republican ally, Senator Lindsey Graham. Afterwards, Graham tweeting. He's convinced the president is more determined than ever to increase stimulus payment checks to $2000 per person and challenge section 2 30. Big tech liability protection Speaker Pelosi says the House will try again on Monday to increase the stimulus checks after Republicans shut down the effort Thursday and two Senate runoff elections and Georgia are set to become the most expensive in the country's history. With Democrats shattering fundraising records Democrats in Georgia hauling in more than $100 million eat in just two months. The two U. S Senate runoff races, eclipsing Republican incumbents and reflecting the high stakes at play Democratic challengers. Jonah's up and Raphael Warnock amassing 106 in $103 million respectively, compared to Senator David Perdue with just 68 million, and Senator Kelly Leffler at 64 million, and Carrick Fox News. And I'm Carmen Roberts. And this is Fox News from.

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"randolph moss" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on KTOK

"Execution of a woman on federal death row, potentially setting up a scenario where it won't happen at all. Lisa Montgomery was originally set to be executed this month at the Federal Correctional Complex and Terra Haute, Indiana. But her attorneys contracted coronavirus visiting her and asked for more time to file it. Clemency petition. U. S District Court Judge Randolph Moss issue to stay until the end of the year. So the Federal Bureau of Prisons rescheduled it for January 12th. But Moss on Friday ruled the bureau was prohibited from rescheduling the execution while his stay order was in place, which means it could be poised to after the Biden administration takes office. Montgomery was convicted in the 2004 strangulation murder of a pregnant woman. Joe Chiro. Fox News President Trump spent part of his Christmas Day playing golf in Palm Beach, Florida with this Republican ally, Senator Lindsey Graham afterwards Graham tweeting. He's convinced the president is more determined than ever to increase stimulus payment checks to $2000 per person and challenge section. 2 30 Big tech liability protection Speaker Pelosi says the House will try again on Monday to increase the stimulus checks after Republicans shut down the effort Thursday. And two Senate runoff elections and Georgia are set to become the most expensive in the country's history. With Democrats shattering fundraising records Democrats in Georgia hauling in more than $100 million, eat in just two months for the two U. S Senate runoff races, eclipsing Republican incumbents and reflecting the high stakes at play. Democratic challengers. Jonah's up and Raphael Warnock amassing 106 in $103 million respectively, compared to Senator David Perdue with just 68 million, and Senator Kelly Leffler at 64 million and Carrick Fox News and I'm Carmen Roberts. And.

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"randolph moss" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Abraham Lincoln. Hey, she rest in peace. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Ginsberg died one week ago after battling cancer. He will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery next week. Two men in federal custody after authorities say they plotted a bomb or shoot up several sites, including the White House in Trump Tower in New York City, Christopher Sean Matthews of South Carolina and Jalen Christopher Molina. Both charged with conspiracy to provide material support to foreign terrorists. They were both arrested last week. Wall Street of the clothes stocks ending the week with solid gains down, Get a game 3 58 NASDAQ Up to 41, the S and P plus 51. America is listening to Fox News. Traders. We've all bought books. We've all searched in. We're all looking for that magic formula. Well, I want to make available you today. My book, Bubba's guy to trading options absolutely free. You're only cost will be 9 95 for shipping and handling. The book will take you from the beginning of options trading again, giving you all types of market conditions, all types of scenarios. And the book X is his own textbook because at the end of each chapter is a quiz to make sure you're grasping what you're trying to what we're trying to teach you. It gives you the best idea of how markets really work. How they work in panic scenarios. How they work in bull markets bear markets. It gives you all the details of how to best use options. For your goals, not akashic. All you have to do is go to baba train dot com and go to my free book 9.5 for shipping and handling, And that's all you need to do. But a Bubba trained at dot com and get Bubba's Guide to investing in options. Former deputy director of the FBI can move forward with his lawsuit against the Justice Department in federal judge cleared the way for Andrew McCabe to proceed with his case, claiming he was unlawfully fired just days before he was set to retire. U. S. District Judge Randolph Moss rejected the Justice Department's motion to dismiss, saying it's too early in the case to determine which, if either of the parties competing versions of the relevant facts is correct. The department has said McCabe was fired because he leaked information to the media designed to advance his own agenda. McCabe argues his dismissal was politically motivated. Rachel Sutherland Fox is a longtime breakfast cereal is getting a new image. Cream of wheat will remove the picture of a black chef from its packaging. The brand dates back to 18 93 in a statement, parent company Bong Food says. For years the image of an African American chef appeared on our cream of wheat packaging. While research indicates the image may be based upon an actual Chicago shift. Named Frank White. It reminds some consumers of earlier depictions they find offensive. Bong says It is also taking steps to support diversity and inclusion in the food business and is working on scholarships and other initiatives. The new packaging is expected early next year. GeneCo's Sola Fox named Virginia Governor Ralph Northam and his wife a vote tested positive for covert 19. The governor's office says Northam is showing no symptoms while Pam Northam symptoms are mild. Britain's royal family facing what amounts to a $45 million shortfall due to the pandemic, partly due to the shortage of tourists, according to the money manager for the monarchy and a lack of income from tourists could lead to a general funding shortfall of 19 million U. S dollars over three years. But he said the Royals will not ask the government for more money and will instead look to manage the impact with their own budgeting efforts..

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Judge orders Washington DC psychiatric hospital to isolate patients following facility cases, deaths

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Judge orders Washington DC psychiatric hospital to isolate patients following facility cases, deaths

"D. C. St Elizabeth's hospital has seen several deaths from the corona virus outbreak now a judge has ordered the hospital to isolate patients who test positive in an opinion released Saturday a federal judge has ordered Saint Elizabeth's hospital psychiatric facility in DC to isolate all patients exposed to the corona virus the decision was in response to a motion for emergency relief filed on behalf of three patients at St Elizabeth's calling for better practices to keep patients who test positive from having contact with others in the facility seven patients in two staff members have died from the virus and as of Thursday more than one hundred patients and staff members have tested positive in addition to isolation judge Randolph moss is requiring the reporting of numbers and conditions of isolated patients twice a week stating that the hospital's protocol for returning symptomatic patients of the general population is not consistent with CDC standards

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Judge orders DC psychiatric hospital to isolate patients following facility cases, deaths

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Judge orders DC psychiatric hospital to isolate patients following facility cases, deaths

"A federal judge has ordered Saint Elizabeth's hospital to isolate patients exposed to the coronavirus after several deaths in the facility St Elizabeth's hospital psychiatric facility in DC was ordered by a federal judge and an opinion Saturday to quarantine all patients exposed to the corona virus separately seven patients and two staff members have died from the virus as of Thursday sixty eight staff members and forty three patients have tested positive the decision was in response to a motion for emergency relief filed on behalf of three patients at St Elizabeth in his opinion judge Randolph moss stated that the continued spread of the virus at the hospital threatens the health and lives of patients and staff in addition to isolation his order requires reporting of numbers and conditions twice a week Valerie bonk

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"randolph moss" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on WTOP

"With you WTOP news time three oh three on Saturday April twenty fifth sixty one degrees and cloudy going up to the low to mid sixties this is Washington's top news one oh three point five FM and WTOP dot com here is said because the governors of Maryland and Virginia releasing blueprints on how to restart their economies when they can Virginia governor Ralph Northam says his state is still at least two weeks away from allowing nonessential businesses to reopen we cannot and will not lift restrictions the way you turn on a light switch Maryland governor Larry Hogan says a safe and gradual approach is needed once key virus indicators dropped our numbers could continue to plateau and I'm hopeful that we could then be able to begin our recovery Hogan says Maryland is most focused on the rate of hospitalizations and the number of patients admitted to intensive care a federal judge has ordered Saint Elizabeth's hospital to isolate patients exposed to the corona virus after several deaths in the facility St Elizabeth's hospital psychiatric facility in DC was ordered by a federal judge and an opinion Saturday to quarantine all patients exposed to the corona virus separately seven patients and two staff members have died from the virus as of Thursday sixty eight staff members and forty three patients have tested positive the decision was in response to a motion for emergency relief filed on behalf of three patients at St Elizabeth in his opinion judge Randolph moss stated that the continued spread of the virus at the hospital threatens the health and lives of patients and staff in addition to isolation his order requires reporting of numbers and conditions twice a week Valerie bonk WTOP news new today one hundred seventy.

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"randolph moss" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on KGO 810

"Then several new cases around the country your move reports the two who died contracted the virus in the Seattle area one a man in his fifties the other a man in his seventies both with underlying health conditions Dr Frank Rita with evergreen health Medical Center says it's unknown from whom or where the patients contracted the virus when what that says to us is as we test more I will likely find more cases he maintains the risk of contracting the virus is still low but it is increasing the state of New York is also confirmed its first case adding to the U. S. total which is now more than eighty I'm Jim referral judges ruled that Ken Cuccinelli was unlawfully appointed to lead the US citizenship and immigration services agency and as a result like the thirty to give asylum seekers less time to prepare for initial screening interviews Mr judge Randolph moss found Cuccinelli support but violated the federal vacancies Reform Act of nineteen ninety eight law governs who's eligible to lead federal agencies in an acting capacity North Korea far too on identified missiles into its eastern sea overnight resuming weapons demos after a long hiatus Michael Phelps for the launch is from an area near Wonsan came two days after north Korea's state media said leader Kim Jong un supervised artillery drill aimed at testing the combat readiness of units in front line in eastern areas Seoul's joint chiefs of staff confirmed the launch is in a statement but couldn't immediately say how far the projectiles flew or whether the weapons were ballistic or rocket artillery people to judge you rose from relative obscurity as an in the anime or to a top tier candidate for the democratic presidential nomination suspended his campaign Sunday a decision coming just a day after he placed fourth.

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Judge rules Cuccinelli's appointment unlawful, voiding some orders

Anthony Valadez

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Judge rules Cuccinelli's appointment unlawful, voiding some orders

"A federal judge in Washington DC says acting citizenship and immigration services director Ken Cuccinelli was unlawfully appointed to his position and here's James do back reports the judge said two of Cochin Ellie's directives must not be set aside anti immigration hardliner Ken Cuccinelli is one of many officials in an acting position in the trump administration he's been leading the US citizenship and immigration services agency within the department of homeland security since his appointment last summer no judge Randolph moss says the way Cuccinelli took that position was illegal the judge says the because Cuccinelli was not appointed lawfully he did not have the authority to shorten the time asylum seekers have to prepare for interviews with immigration officials the department of homeland security says it disagrees with the court's decision and will be looking closely at the ruling James Toback NPR

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"randolph moss" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:11 min | 3 years ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on KQED Radio

"More questions than the answer. Given the fact that Muller uncovered evidence that in his own words does not exonerate the president so illegal disagreement there. Let's turn to Noah Feldman a Harvard law. Professor, he joins us on Skype. Welcome to hear now. Thanks for having me. And I want to go through a couple of legal arguments in William bars letter. I in making the determination that the president did not obstruct Justice. He noted that the special counsel recognized that the evidence does not establish that the president was involved in an underlying crime. And that the absence of such evidence bears upon the president's intent with respect to obstruction is that right that you have to commit an underlying crime in order to obstruct Justice. You don't have to commit an underlying crime to obstruct Justice. I could be accused of something I didn't do. And then I could struck Justice to try to avoid being caught for some third thing. However to be fair to the attorney general he didn't say that that was a necessary precondition what he said is that it bears upon it. And that is in fact, true if you're trying in a real world situation to prove that someone is guilty of obstruction of Justice. You need to show that they intended to obstruct it, and that's especially true in the context of the president of his firing of James Comey. The fact that there was in fact, according to the report, no collusion to high bears on the question of proving what Trump's intent was when he fired Comey, and in that sense bars. Correct. So do you think that bar made the right call I think barmaid than inevitable? Call the true question here is why did Muller say that. There was not sufficient evidence for him to say definitively. The Trump committed obstruction of Justice. And presumably the reason is we can't see inside of Trump's head to determine what is true intent was when he fired Comey, and there are no tits. Consequently, the reality is that no prosecutor could go forward with a charge against Trump under these circumstances. Even if you weren't the president. So it was inevitable. Once Muller said that he was not going to weigh in on the question one way or the other that ultimately bar would say that. No prosecution should go forward. I think it was inevitable. One of the names that has come up in. This discussion is Martha Stewart who of course, was acquitted of the underlying crime in her insider trading case, but convicted of obstructing Justice. It's not impossible to prove that someone has obstructed Justice. For example, if you have proof that they lied to prosecutors that's obstruction of Justice on the other hand in the case of Donald Trump. There was no definitive proof that he had obstructed Justice. Instead will have is the contested fact that he fired Komi if you think you could prove that he did so in order to cover up Russian collusion that was obstruction. If you can't prove that then you wouldn't go forward on an obstruction charge. So that's why it's different than Martha Stewart situation. Do you think the president still faces the possibility of a charge of obstructing Justice? No, I don't think that even after he leaves office any subsequent attorney general would be able to authorize a criminal charge. Now that this attorney general has said that his determination. There was not sufficient evidence to charge for obstruction. And also importantly given that Muller himself in his report said that he couldn't say definitively there one should go forward against the president. I think again the key decision. Here was Muller's decision. Not to say in his report. I think the president. Is guilty of -struction and bars action is really just an inevitable confirmation. That follows on the mother determination. Okay. The second thing. I want to ask you about is this idea that's been floating around that the president cannot be indicted, and in fact bar cited in his letter, quote, the constitutional considerations that surround the indictment and criminal prosecution of a sitting president. And he cites a two thousand memo from Randolph moss who is an assistant attorney general for the office of legal counsel. That says the indictment or criminal prosecution of a sitting president would unconstitutionally undermine the capacity of the executive branch to perform its constitutionally assigned functions. Is that settled then or do you think there's debate about whether a sitting president can be indicted? There's debate among legal thinkers as to this question, historically, the office of legal counsel and the department of Justice which indirectly works for the president has consistently held going all the way back to Watergate that the president himself cannot be indicted while he's in office. However other actors, including people who wrote memos for various, special counsels, and independent counsels have taken the opposite view and said that the president could be indicted, the crucial point is that because the department of Justice is the very entity that charges people under the US system for federal crimes so long as the department of Justice has a policy in place that it won't prosecute the president then defacto until or unless that were to change. No, sitting president will be indicted. So that's why in practice the side of the leaves that he can't be indicted makes the indictment decision in theory that might be the wrong legal position. But couldn't the department of Justice has changed its position this is based as we said on just a memo from somebody who most people have probably never heard of other. Now, he's a federal judge Randolph moss. But you know. You got to take a step back. The office of legal counsel is the office within the department of Justice that is charged under all circumstances with determining the legality and constitutionality of executive action. The memo is a well thought out well argued lengthy document, it's possible to disagree with it. And I do disagree that answered points, but it's not some fly by night thing in order department of Justice change its policy. They would have to be a new memo by new office of legal counsel official that refuted or disagreed with the reasoning there. So yes in principle that policy can change there's a procedure whereby it would change. So what is it that you disagree with about that conclusion, I understand that? There are very strong practical reasons to avoid indicting a sitting president after all who would run the country. I also understand that there's a constitutional argument that says that the president himself is the head of the executive branch. However, if there were circumstances where the public could see clearly that the president was clearly guilty of a felony. An congress refused to impeach the president. So that we. We had a president who was very clearly in violation of the clear federal law that was still governing and was still in theory. The nation's chief law enforcement officer that would look to my mind too much like the president was above the law and under those very specific circumstances. I think there is room to say that in order to preserve our system from the preposterousness of a clear felon running the country that it would be appropriate. And constitutionally permissible for the president to be indicted, those are unusual circumstances, but they could arise. What do you say to the many Americans who look now at the situation following the model report and the bar letter about the Muller report who say that it does seem like the president is above the law. If he has done some things that that many people believe to be illegal and he's been cleared. I would say very clearly that if you trusted that Bob Muller team would get to the bottom of this investigation, and I trusted at and as indeed most liberals and Democrats that I know trusted, they went through a process, and they reach the conclusion that they could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt. That the president committed crimes that to me is something that must be taken very seriously. I know lots of the people on the team, they're extraordinarily impressive people. They gave up years of their lives years of income in many cases to go work on this case, they did that for one reason they wanted to get to the bottom of the issues, and I think many of them hope that they would be able to bring down the president. And they didn't that's not because of some conspiracy. It's because they tried and legitimately under the rules and under the law after full investigation of a couple of years. They did not see the evidence was there. I respect that judgment the same way. I would have respected it. If Muller had come back and said, the president was guilty of a felony one more question, Noah Feldman, are you curious? As to what's in the Muller. Reporter you got to read it when it is released even if it's in redacted form. I'll read it cover to cover. And if they're reductions I'll try to hold them up the light and read through. Okay..

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"randolph moss" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

08:02 min | 3 years ago

"randolph moss" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Be a dynasty if they hadn't won this one. But I guess that certainly it's a great thing to to. End up with. And so I as, you know, John savage, Eddie, I get all of my discussion points about really any sport from my husband, and my husband was all excited this morning because somebody who the patriots had maybe traded or left made a bad like some sort of didn't get a catch branding wide receiver had to plays where he probably should have come up with them. And that would have altered the game and he played one year last year with the patriots. And then they traded him for first round pick to the Rams, and he's a very very good player. But he's he's not the biggest wide receivers about five ten one hundred eighty five pounds and he an opportunity of two touchdown receptions in that game. And that would have flipped that game. Not that they were like agreed drops. But plays a player of that ilk should make. And then wasn't there? The new person brought in did something really good. For the patriots. Yeah. Trying to think who would Julian Ataman was the MVP, but he said here for. Michelle Sony, Michelle. The game winning touchdown. Tony, michelle. Blue sap are wide receiver the little dude. A little element light Chris HOGAN. Yeah. Sucks. While Brady trying to force the ball too. Many never was able to complete a pastor. Chris hogan. He's actually he's actually a bigger guy than than Julian Edelman. He's six one four zero across Dr probably savvy so this off season to the pats spend the bundle on big gazelle wide receivers. Giselle Giselle very good receiver. I'm sure the Tom guys Randolph moss. I want those big pastors back there. Yeah. Well, the only thing is they may spend some capital on that. They should have some money to spend in free agency also have twelve draft picks this year. So maybe you'll find someone later on bell checks not been great drafting wide receivers. I mean, Julian Edelman was a seventh round pick. He played quarterback in college. And then they converted him to wide receiver Deion branch back in two thousand and two was with someone that they drafted in the second round was also a Super Bowl MVP. But for the most part bell. Check struggled at drafting wide receivers. His mouth opened a lot in in two thousand seven six Erica. Remember it was. The beat them. Yeah. That was not the best group of wide receivers. And yet they still made it to the AFC championship game. So the two constants obviously in this run of been bell check. And Brady I mean, because it's it's eighteen year run that one six Super Bowls in the last eight years. It's just you know, one out of every three Super Bowls goes to the patriots. And they play in half of them. I. I mean, it's stories as you point out the college career and early was something about him making more catches last night than he like made in his entire career. This suze Berman. Whatever factoid, but I thought that once again, one of those cool things, right? Almost like Brady where not seeing as huge, and then brings it. So he's a seventh round pick Brady was a sixth round pick. They grew up about fifty miles apart. Brady's about ten years older than Julian Ataman and refers to him as kid, brother. Tom Brady has three older sisters. He's the youngest has no brothers. He always looks at element as his younger brother, and they just worked so hard together in the off season to the point where you know, what happened last night's not an accident. It's by design that when Eshelman makes a certain move Brady knows he's making that move. It's it's a six that the two players have. And this has happened before in the NFL with a lot of the great combinations. And that certainly one of them although it's gotten a bit overboard today. When people are saying Julian Edelman could be a pro football hall of Famer, he's not he's a wonderful player who's come up big and big moments. But he's not a pro football hall of Famer he's got five more years. Now, he's thirty two years old. He's had reconstructive surgery on the knee. I think if. He plays a couple more years that's expecting a lot. Because again at that position. He plays in the slot. He gets beat up quite a bit. And he's just not a big guy. He's probably five nine maybe five ten. Football writers favourite? So you will see him in canton. I don't know like like Tyson law while Tyler was a much better player. I'm not sure about Jesse was. I'm not so sure about that. I'm not sure what about Shattuck what Ocho five sapling. Does. He get it. I don't know if he'll ever get in. He was a compiler of stats. Yeah. I don't I don't know if he gets in is Bruce didn't get in this week. And he has almost fifteen thousand receiving yards so wide receivers. Sometimes the numbers are so big that you have to take it into context that it's a pass happy league. And great receivers from the past like Paul Warfield who was a first ballot hall of Famer in one of the greatest receivers. I saw if you just looked at his numbers you'd say how is he considered one of the greatest receivers all time, but he played an era where the quarterback's throw eighteen maybe twenty passes weren't bubble screens. But he also averaged about twenty yards per reception. Gentlemen doesn't have enough yards. Touchdown. Stephen be qualified not qualified. But in discussion of being a hall of Famer, I'm sorry, he'll be in the hall of fame the fantasy of fame patriots fan. The fan suspected of China laser Tom Brady has been. Yes, I heard that even feed police will round him up. You know, what I thought it was going to happen last night. Tommy Lee Jones, their like my guy. Ralph north gonna sneak out of the state house. Well, I was thinking I mean, Elizabeth Warren must've been so happy to have this happen. I mean, obviously, she already announced it on a Friday night. So she's hoping for on a Super Bowl Sunday. So she's knowing that this is all going to be but a memory hopefully after when she gets back to two things on on Monday. But then this guy comes up huge for her, and nobody cares anymore about any warring thing. I mean, and frankly, this this guy is really bringing it for us. I mean, he's apologizing and then not apologizing and then I don't know there was yet another expected meeting. I guess actually, you know, what Christian were going if you could play the nor some play northbound conundrum here, I think this is where he's talking about how this was not him at all in a racist video. And basically, I mean everybody has told this guy to resign. They've all said get out of here, dude. This is Virginia. Governor they've said, listen, it this is not okay. This is obviously coming after some other situations that people consider pretty racist. And and so he is in the soup. Let's hear him though. This is after he came out and apologized. Now, he's saying it's not him. This is governor north this picture, sending shockwaves through the political world each from Virginia. Governor Ralph north in medical school yearbook page in one thousand nine hundred eighty four when he was a student at eastern Virginia medical school after releasing a statement and video penalty acknowledging his past behavior. Northern reversed course when I was confronted with the images yesterday. I was appalled that they appeared on my page. But I believe then. And now that I am not either of the people in that photo. No them claimed he did not purchase a yearbook and was unaware of the photo until yesterday. He went on to describe the picture as disgusting and racist apologizing for it appearing on this page will he denies being involved in that instance, he did say he was involved in a previous racially insensitive event from that time period, I did for -ticipant in a dance contest.

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