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Atlanta - Georgia chief justice: State getting ready to resume jury proceedings

Clark Howard

01:22 min | 10 months ago

Atlanta - Georgia chief justice: State getting ready to resume jury proceedings

"Supreme Supreme Court Court chief chief justice justice this this week week says says trials trials and and grand grand Juries Juries may may resume resume as as early early as as next next month month as as courts courts log log a a massive massive backlog backlog of of cases cases during during the the pandemic, pandemic, WSB senior legal analyst Ron Carlson says when it comes to the Corona virus pandemics stoppage of the court's mean it's unprecedented and the Back to the virus on George's court system. Nothing but harmful, Carlson says. Long waits for defendants are being made even longer. With thousands of cases awaiting everything from grand jury presentment CE to plea talks and trials. It will take a while, I would say between six months and a year, possibly creating anguish for victims and complacency, among once eager witnesses. Veronica Waters, 95.5 WSB The top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it to a Senator Edward Markey has defeated challenger US representative Joe Kennedy, the third in Tuesday's Democratic Senate primary, setting the stage for another possible six year term. And Braves D. H. Marcel Ozuna hit three home runs and collected six R B eyes. Is Atlanta beat the Red Sox in Boston 10 to 3 WSB news time is 11 0 to thes air the stories you need to know the impact each and every one of us 95.5 WSB promises to give accurate ballots local information every half hour

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Elizabeth Wetmore Interview

Bookworm

06:38 min | 10 months ago

Elizabeth Wetmore Interview

"Today. I'm rejoining Elizabeth what more Beth what more to talk about how? At Age fifty two, she published her first novel Valentine. A novel that not only is superb. It made its debut at number two on the New York Times bestseller list. The book is wonderful an impressive demonstration of the power of women's voices to carry a novel. Now, I'm very interested Elizabeth. How is it? That this. Is Your first novel at Age Fifty Two when did you start writing? Well I don't think I wrote my first short story until I was in my late twenties and I was a reader and I loved books and I read voraciously and impulsively as a little girl if somewhat in a somewhat unfocused manner and and really I don't come from a background where one becomes a writer at least not as a profession. So I think that this sort of combination of of a a kind of holding writers in such esteem I as a little girl in even as a young woman, I thought authors were. Other worldly they were sages and priests and rabbis and holy people live all sorts but I didn't think of writers as being particularly human or occupying the same world as the rest of us So I even write my first short story until I was in my late twenties but I read a lot and I love to read and I thought it must be a pretty holy profession to spend your time telling stories. I fell in love with reading and I had a hard time imagining who a writer might be. I, confused my teachers with riders. I thought that they and the books they taught me came from some specially magical and creative source and I felt song lucky. that. There were special classes when I was in elementary school, it had the ugly Title I. G C Intellectually Gifted Children. By the time I was in high school it was called AP advanced placement but whatever it was called we got to read the best books. One of my teachers took us not to the school library but to a public library where the head librarian was a friend of hers and we were able to take out adult books in this book, your new novel your first. Novel. Valentine one of the characters is reading the scarlet letter. There's a beautiful quote it's not identified, but I recognized it from Charlotte's Web. She here's the beauty of language, the children who are readers here that beauty and they find it on the local bookmobile. The comes to a nearby parking lot a parking lot that's near the strip. Strip joint. It's kind of amazing on the one hand you have. lost. Romantic children getting books and on the other hand you have the men watching the women taking their clothes off and that defied is the divide that defines this novel. But at a certain point Beth, you are at Iowa the Iowa Riders Program How did that happen? When I was waiting tables in Phoenix I started taking community fiction workshop It was being taught by to Grad students at Arizona State, and at that particular time, I don't know if they still do this. But at that time they the MFA students had to do some kind of community service project. So these two guys were teaching this community fiction writing workshop and. I sort of made my way into that and that was where I started and then at some point I was able to to sort of I wouldn't say sneak-in but I was able to get permission to sit on an MFA level workshop at Asu and just sort of as a guest It was really lucky and I'm not sure it would happen today. But but the long and the short of it is I was able to sit in on a class being taught by Ron Carlson who really encouraged me than to apply to Grad School, and I'm the first generation of my family to go to college I. Grew up in a really really working class background. So Honestly It wasn't until I was in my late twenties that I even really knew that there were such things as MFA programs when I signed up for that community fiction workshop was when I learned that there were MFA programs out there So So I was encouraged by a by a mentor to to apply and I did and You know initially he had said to me go do some research and come back in. So I, I went and did a little reading and came back with a sort of list of places to fly in University of Texas Syracuse Iowa was not even on my radar until he said, why is in Iowa on? What year is this one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, I went to I. I was at Iowa from two, thousand, two two. Then I think it's easy to forget that there are whole swats of the you know the population for whom these kinds of things just are not on the radar at all. I mean for me the biggest one of the biggest things that happened in my life ever and and I would hold it in the top ten to this day was the day that book mobile parked on that lot because for me men I could check out books at at my pleasure ride I could just ride my bike up and get them. I didn't have to wait for someone to take downtown to the to the one library you know. So these things were not on my radar. That one could devote one's life to to telling stories into thinking about beauty.

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Elizabeth Wetmore: 'Valentine'

Bookworm

05:48 min | 10 months ago

Elizabeth Wetmore: 'Valentine'

"Today. I'm rejoining Elizabeth what more Beth what more to talk about how? At Age fifty two, she published her first novel Valentine. A novel that not only is superb. It made its debut at number two on the New York Times bestseller list. The book is wonderful an impressive demonstration of the power of women's voices to carry a novel. Now, I'm very interested Elizabeth. How is it? That this. Is Your first novel at Age Fifty Two when did you start writing? Well I don't think I wrote my first short story until I was in my late twenties and I was a reader and I loved books and I read voraciously and impulsively as a little girl if somewhat in a somewhat unfocused manner and and really I don't come from a background where one becomes a writer at least not as a profession. So I think that this sort of combination of of a a kind of holding writers in such esteem I as a little girl in even as a young woman, I thought authors were. Other worldly they were sages and priests and rabbis and holy people live all sorts but I didn't think of writers as being particularly human or occupying the same world as the rest of us So I even write my first short story until I was in my late twenties but I read a lot and I love to read and I thought it must be a pretty holy profession to spend your time telling stories. I fell in love with reading and I had a hard time imagining who a writer might be. I, confused my teachers with riders. I thought that they and the books they taught me came from some specially magical and creative source and I felt song lucky. that. There were special classes when I was in elementary school, it had the ugly Title I. G C Intellectually Gifted Children. By the time I was in high school it was called AP advanced placement but whatever it was called we got to read the best books. One of my teachers took us not to the school library but to a public library where the head librarian was a friend of hers and we were able to take out adult books in this book, your new novel your first. Novel. Valentine one of the characters is reading the scarlet letter. There's a beautiful quote it's not identified, but I recognized it from Charlotte's Web. She here's the beauty of language, the children who are readers here that beauty and they find it on the local bookmobile. The comes to a nearby parking lot a parking lot that's near the strip. Strip joint. It's kind of amazing on the one hand you have. lost. Romantic children getting books and on the other hand you have the men watching the women taking their clothes off and that defied is the divide that defines this novel. But at a certain point Beth, you are at Iowa the Iowa Riders Program How did that happen? When I was waiting tables in Phoenix I started taking community fiction workshop It was being taught by to Grad students at Arizona State, and at that particular time, I don't know if they still do this. But at that time they the MFA students had to do some kind of community service project. So these two guys were teaching this community fiction writing workshop and. I sort of made my way into that and that was where I started and then at some point I was able to to sort of I wouldn't say sneak-in but I was able to get permission to sit on an MFA level workshop at Asu and just sort of as a guest It was really lucky and I'm not sure it would happen today. But but the long and the short of it is I was able to sit in on a class being taught by Ron Carlson who really encouraged me than to apply to Grad School, and I'm the first generation of my family to go to college I. Grew up in a really really working class background. So Honestly It wasn't until I was in my late twenties that I even really knew that there were such things as MFA programs when I signed up for that community fiction workshop was when I learned that there were MFA programs out there So So I was encouraged by a by a mentor to to apply and I did and You know initially he had said to me go do some research and come back in. So I, I went and did a little reading and came back with a sort of list of places to fly in University of Texas Syracuse Iowa was not even on my radar until he said, why is in Iowa on?

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Brush Fire Erupts Near 14 Freeway In Newhall; Los Angeles Evacuation Orders Lifted

Tim Conway Jr.

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

Brush Fire Erupts Near 14 Freeway In Newhall; Los Angeles Evacuation Orders Lifted

"Have stopped the forward progress of a brush fire that forced the closure of the 14 freeway L. A county fire captain Ron Carlson says the fire flared quickly after it was initially reported around 1 30 in the afternoon. When we went to a herd along, we're talking approximately 250 personnel. Those are all the hand crews also all the engine companies, the Dozers Our crews in the copters. The fire burned through at least 130 acres before crews got a handle of it. The fire forced evacuation orders, but they have all been lifted. This

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"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"They say they'll move on to explaining how the law and the constitution apply to this case that we're doing a one a recap of the day's events the peach would probably seem to get several of our caravan experts like our WSB senior legal analyst Ron Carlson brought something last night you probably haven't heard anywhere else danger to the Democrat case under the compromise that senator McConnell negotiated the Senate will receive and consider the evidence and witness transcripts used by the house to impeach the president wildcard which nobody has mentioned is the Senate retaining the right to object to those portions of the house material which violate various evidentiary rules and as a consequence of this resolution a good vigorous hearsay objection may result in fully half of the house evidence being thrown out points how much what house manager Adam Schiff brought up on Wednesday was hearsay and a simple majority vote of the Senate could do that trial adjourned until one PM Thursday January twenty third I have a nine forty two last night what's happening today Jamie debris well Scott after running senators through an exhaustive chronology of the Ukraine investigation and the president's actions today the house impeachment managers will focus on the first article of impeachment which charges abuse of power by the president part of those arguments seems likely to focus on the fact that Republicans have argued abuse of power is not an impeachable offense even though Scott for example it was one of the charges approved by the house Judiciary Committee against president Nixon Democrats say the president abused his powers specifically by inviting foreign interference in the elections in leveraging his position to get Ukraine to help give him an advantage in the.

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Closest witnesses kicking off big Trump impeachment week

Atlanta's Morning News

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Closest witnesses kicking off big Trump impeachment week

"This morning begins three days of public testimony from nine witnesses today's lineup includes three state department officials who listened in on that July twenty fifth phone call to Ukraine including Jennifer Williams as special adviser to the vice president who called it unusual and inappropriate now this matter first hand knowledge testimonies important WSB senior legal analyst Ron Carlson on the Monica Matthew show here say is in our court rooms a cornerstone of the American justice system now Monica society would never tolerate conviction of a man or a woman because the court room witness testifies people are saying show or Sally rob the convenience store this is judge would correctly demand that the store clerk come in and tell the jury directly who robbed him now remember impeachment is an accusation across and talk about how to set a trial of the president would actually work in the evidence that would be allowed to be considered this is going to change when we go to the Senate which this case certainly will the presiding judge there that will not be a politician it'll be the Chief Justice of the United States he will apply the federal rules of evidence means no hearsay okay no third hand evidence no not a miss accusations right to confront the accuser will be enforced president he'll be represented by his lawyer who along with the house managers will ask the questions no free wheeling questioning like we've seen this last week in the case of a trial in the Senate open trial if the senators have questions they must submit them in writing to the Chief Justice oedipal propria he will put the question to the witness keep in mind it would take a super majority of senators to convict the president

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"ron carlson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Good morning I'm Ron Carlson residents in the remote region of ridgecrest California are worried about what comes that's after back to back earthquakes the state's most powerful in twenty years the women's World Cup final is later today the US is the defending champion and is going for its fourth trophy the Dutch are playing in their first final we'll get all the details on the match this hour and later NASA is opening up the international space station to commercial activity so the agency can shift its focus to the moon but some are skeptical there will be enough business we'll hear more about whether it's realistic to make a Buck on the back of a space station first low it's news headlines stay tuned live from NPR news in Washington on Giles Snyder Irani officials confirmed today that he Ron will in rich its nuclear fuel beyond the current rate of just under four percent and peers Peter Kenyon reports to wrong calls it a response to the US withdrawing from the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement and re imposing sanctions on Iran at a news conference in Tehran Iranian official said since Iran hasn't seen the benefits from the nuclear deal by its deadline of Sunday it will take its second step to back away from its voluntary reductions to its nuclear program by upping its enrichment of uranium the decision to increase in Richmond above three point six seven percent concerns nonproliferation experts but they say much will depend on how high the additional in Richmond goes up to five percent they say would not be critical but if it reaches twenty percent or more alarm bells would ring to run is already exceeded the limit of low enriched uranium it can have Peter Kenyon NPR news Vienna near ons move the scene as a challenge to Europe for failing to deliver economic relief from US sanctions the running officials say they will take additional steps in sixty days but that did remains open to diplomacy in league cables UK's ambassador to Washington because president trump administration in apt and incompetent and says the president radiates in security the comments are embarrassing for the U. K. as a close American ally bit NPR's Frank Lankford reports from London they're not surprising in one document investor Kim dour greats we don't really believe this administration is going to become substantially more normal less dysfunctional less unpredictable less faction riven less diplomatically clumsy and inept mail on Sunday the British newspaper which broke the story characterize the contents of the cable as a bomb shell but similar assessments of the trump administration are not uncommon among European allies in April the outgoing French ambassador to the U. S. publicly called trump whimsical unpredictable and uninformed you case foreign and Commonwealth office sit down I was just doing a masters job providing an honest assessment the foreign office added the derricks views are not necessarily shared by the government Frank Lincoln NPR news London to Hong Kong number demonstrators are gathering in an area popular with tourists from the Chinese mainland the B. B. C.'s rob and branches at the rally he says the protesters say China's getting only censored reports about Hong Kong and the ongoing protests against the controversial extradition bill holding.

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Ruling may help unlock answers to notorious 1946 lynchings

Atlanta's Morning News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Ruling may help unlock answers to notorious 1946 lynchings

"A person of interest, a federal court ruling could finally shed light on one of Georgia's most notorious cold cases, and Jerry. Transcripts in one of our states. Most infamous unsolved lynchings should be made public. That's the ruling from a federal appeals panel WSB senior legal analyst Ron Carlson. Well, this is a pathbreaking ruble thing. No question. And in my view, it is the right ruling. These are in the nineteen Forty-six case known as the Moore's Ford lynching likely the last chance for any answers in the murders of black couples

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"ron carlson" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

Directors Cut Radio Program

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

"I dig it all right. Go with like cake batter ice cream or something like that. It's really weird. Good stuff too when When Steph and I were in La we went to a place called Sultan Board or Sultan cream or something like that in studio city and it was an ice cream shop. Okay and I got the goat cheese and olive ice cream. That sounds pretty Hollywood man. Yeah hold on autumn. Would you say I let I like all lives? But I don't know about the ice cream makes together. It was weird had olive flavor in ice cream and then it had it was goat cheese ice cream like I really like all but and I really like ice cream but I don't know what he's like tastes likes together. You're going to have to try. It was a little different. It was like it was actually like eating cheese with olives and it was a little colder had a little creamier like flavor because it was ice cream but it was very close to just eating cheese and I love all of I love cheese not a big ice cream fan because I'm not a huge sweets fan but yet when I get sweets. I have to indulge in find like the sweetest of sweets. I think that's where I'm at I could eat frosting out of a can what I have a hard time eating Pie K. U. C. Weird right if you like got like stuffed like all into the lego holes all of the holes of Swiss cheese. I'd do it. I would do it. I'm going to try next time. We have Swiss cheese autumn. I'm going to put them all in the whole on. I'll eat it. I'll make slices in Seattle. Goes I think that might chase kinda good. Is there anything else Chris or we almost over the show? I think that's pretty much it toward the end of the show. Yeah Man Real quick got DVD's coming out this week. Nutcracker and the four realms boy a rate boy erased hunter killer.

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"ron carlson" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

Directors Cut Radio Program

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

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"ron carlson" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

Directors Cut Radio Program

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on Directors Cut Radio Program

"Po Well Poll Pulo Cow Ski for Cold War. You go land to most for the favorite Alfonzo Corona for Roma and Adam McKay for vice. Supporting actor is my Herschel. Ali For Green Book Richard E grant. Can you ever forgive me and Sam Rockwell for Vice? I doubt screenplay. His ballot of Buster scruggs Black Klansman. Can you ever forgive me? And a star is born original screen. Play is the favorite. I reformed Green Book. Roma and vice. Foreign Foreign Films are capper Non Roma shoplifters and never look away for put deduction design the nominees are Black Panther. The favorite I man. Mary poppins returns and Roma Visual lessons. X. Is avengers Infinity War Solo a Star Wars Story Christopher Robin I man and ready player one. Editing is black Klansman Bohemian. Rhapsody Favorite Green Book and Vice Cinematography is the Cold War. The favorite never look away. Roma a star is born documentaries The nominees are free SOLO RPG minding the gap of fathers and sons and Hale County. This morning. This evening best costumes go to Mary poppins return the ballot of Buster scruggs. Black Panzer the favorite or Mary. Queen of Scots period. Pieces for that. Yes for hero period. Pieces Usually do well something where things stand out over the topside different exactly. Yeah for best animated feature. We have the incredible to i. o of Dogs Marai Ralph breaks the Internet and quite possibly my favorite movie of the Year Spiderman into the spider verse. I think everybody's kind of like a film.

"ron carlson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:02 min | 2 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lunch by Ron Carlson. Performed by Sean Astin next a story by Tom bar bash moving on is never simple, and the women introduces a father and son who processed the death of a wife and mother in very different ways. Michael impairing refunds Combi bashes for women. Hello. Thank you. A week. After my mother died my father, and I went to a series of holiday parties we lived in a sixteenth floor apartment just off central park west. And in our building alone there were four different gatherings at which you could see my father surrounded by an infield of swooning women. He had become in the wake of my mother's death desirable. Real estate. A handsome fifty eight-year-old with money. He was testing the waters, and you could see it bringing him back to life. One of the women. He met took him to her personal trainer. Another took him close shopping the stores like Kenneth Cole and Hugo Boss to raise his spirits. He returned home weirdly pleased with himself as though he'd regained fluency in a language. He hadn't studied since high school. I'd borrow new leather jacket and my father's when I went out for the night. And I find business cards in the pockets or a napkin with a phone number. Before long the women were dropping by our house, and I'd see them late at night drinking coffee in my mother's kitchen. Moving out of the bathroom, my parents bedroom, where they'd often stay over there'd be a scarf for purse left out on the chair. I'd hear woman whispering as she snuck out for my sake. Early before seven my room was next to the front entry way. And I was having trouble sleeping in those days for the first few weeks of February my father dated a chatty. Frizzy haired woman named leeann who worked at the mayor's office, scheduling press conferences, and talking to reporters they ordered in Chinese food, and they leave the half empty containers lying out on the counter they watched movies in his room. And then at some point store would close I pretended a few times that it was my mother in there. That's she slipped in without my knowing. But usually I just put my ear buds in to keep from hearing anything. One night towards the end of that month. He brought home a woman from Los Angeles named Chloe who owned a string of batiks and wore sparkly eyeliner, no wasted jeans and a belly button ring in winter. She flirted with me when he left the room quizzing me about my personal life and once touching my knee. She gave me a business card which listed the address of her New York store, come by. Sometimes she said with predatory softness in her is when my father walked back in. There was music. I knew he hated booming from the study this. Okay, he asked oh, Steve khloe said we can do better than that. She went and turned the tune into some kind of lame diva dance music. She started grooving on a way back. She was about forty. I'd say, but she tossed her hair and gyrated like an extra music video. My father glanced to me raised his eyebrows. I wrote absurd on a piece of note paper and flash too quickly. So she wouldn't see. Both of you, come here and dance. She said from the dining room, she looked misplaced vamping next to the long oak dining table and under my grandmother's crystal chandelier. My father moved to shoulders tentatively to the be khloe yelled show, your father how to dance Andy. He does just fine for himself. I told her I went and hid in my room. When I ventured out an hour later is door was closed, and I saw a satin jacket in a shiny red purse draped the reading chair in the living room later that same week. I watched my father pick up the widow of one of his business partners during the intimation of into the woods. They were sharing notes about the New York City ballet, and she said she had no one to go with did. He know anyone with extra tickets. She came back with us for drinks after the show and my father put an old Billy holiday record. My mother had loved. The widows name was Patricia Hobson. She was an interior decorator and good looking in the older woman way with attentive is long thin nose and a long wiry neck. I kept staring at the chords on her neck as she spoke, New York is a fabulous place to be a boy just out of college. She said how so well the ratios entirely in your favor there are so many gorgeous stylish women in the city. I see them, absolutely everywhere. And they're all single my Lord, Andrew, they'll eat you up. What's your type shrugged? He likes the tall ones. My father said because my last girlfriend had been my height. Well, my daughter's five five, but she can wear heels. I'm pretty sure I'd be a disappointment. I told her she glanced over at my dad's smile kindly. I doubt that very much. She said she started the size up our apartment, then commenting on the arrangement of the chairs and sofas in the artwork on our walls. This apartment has so much potential. She said give me a few hours from Saturday afternoon. I'll show you what we can do. Let me show you something. My father said porter a scotch and they stepped out on the terrorists to look out at the lights across central park. Oh, boy, she said, which is what everyone said when they saw view. This is my favorite spot in the world. If you looked through the binoculars, you can see people jogging around the reservoir. I run around that reservoir four days a week. Mrs Hobson said let us know next time. So we can watch for you. My father said. I thought he was joking until I saw his face. I will she said we can wave to each other. I slipped out later to get drunk with my high school friend Jonas. But the whole time. I was picturing my father and MRs Hobson ransacking are under underachieving apartment taking our keepsakes down to the storage lockers in the basement of our building there were legitimate grounds. For my fear in the last week to frame photographs and four draws close at vanished. They my father wanted to disperse my mother's ghost discreetly in respectfully, but every couple of days something else was missing most recently, a picture of my mother and godmother is teenagers resting on a hammock like lazy goddesses in its place. Now was a blank spot on the wall. It's got to stop. I thought Jonas tilted this head puzzled. I guess I said it out loud. He's not cheating on he said because she's dead. You mean, I suppose that's technically, right? We chugged beers. And Jonas went to the bar to refill are empty pitcher. I have a friend who wants to meet you. He said when he returned. Actually, she's a little obsessed about it. What did you tell her this? And that you just come up in conversation. And then it's all she wants to talk about or she must have an exciting life. She does actually she's really smart. Good looking Jonas. Pause. Dissolve had asked a trick question. Sort of she kind of hides it. She doesn't do much for me. But maybe she would if I didn't know her. So well, you told her about my mother dying. He nodded when I told her she cried. That's just too weird. I reach for my father's jacket, which was on the floor next to me and rested on my lap. It wasn't put a cigarette outlet. Another anyhow, get comfortable, brother. You're not getting anywhere near that apartment for another couple of hours. You got me when we finally made it back. We saw her coat on a hanger in the vestibule Jonas ran his hand across MRs Hobson scarf, and then bent over to smell it. Your dad is outstanding. He said. I took a ten of sour candies from a coat pocket. Just to do. It. Really not. Because I wanted anything hers. Both my father and I were in therapy. Then he went two mornings a week to an animated man named Bergman who had a book lined office on the upper east side and on Wednesday nights. I saw a woman named Dr Helen Dorf down in the village. Bergman and my father started meeting shortly after my mother was diagnosed at my mother's urging when my father left therapy. He seemed uplifted which was far from the case with me, he and his therapist talked about my mother, probably, but they also talked about art and politics, even sports Bergman was constantly finding his way into our breakfast or dinner time conversations, Bergman thinks the Mets did trade Piazza say or Bergman gave me a list of polish films roster, and they were friends I want saw them walking down the street together, which seemed like a violation of the patient therapists relationship, I asked Dr Helen Dorf about it. I asked her if she would ever take a walk with the patient. She tilted a heads to the right? She were neutral pashmina that resembled the one my mother war. Is that something you think you would like to do take a walk with me? No, I said to emphatically. I mean, not especially. She'll out a long awkward silence. Why do you think you ask them? I didn't have an answer. I began to hear a buzzing sound like a halogen light turned to high or low. Do you think perhaps you're disappointed sometimes when the world doesn't respond to you the way it responds to your father? That's probably true. I said I saw a write something down. But I don't want that kind of attention. Then why do you think it is? You're so angry. I'm not angry. I said she didn't respond. She might have raised eyebrows. I just don't get why he's so happy all the time. She continued to study me I was fairly used to these standoffs in the silence the buzzing started up again, do you hear that sound? I asked she paused for a moment what sort of sound. It was faint. Now, probably from somewhere on the street. I guess I don't either I said. When my mother was sick. I was out of the house a lot. I go out to work an entry level job. I talked my way into at a public radio station. And then I'd stay out until everyone was asleep. Once I stayed away for nearly two weeks without telling anyone where I went. I missed a birthday party when it reached my father on the phone. He was madder than he'd ever been. And then he forgave me. Which was even worse. He said I was distraught. Which was true. But for the longest time, I just felt numb. He said people cope in different ways. He said he thought leaving all the time which I believed and didn't care to hear. I couldn't really say why needed to be away. And really I was able to put my mother out of my mind most time, Dr Helen Dorf said I was repressing my reactions to my mother's illness and obfuscating my emotional responses. She said that was a big reason why stayed in the house all the time. Now, I was trying to keep my family intact by staying at home. I told her that was both if not in those words. I call my father, see if I should pick up dinner and a woman answered the phone off said, and I hung up. On my way into the building. I was spotted again by MRs Wedeman, gone red haired woman who like four or five others whose names are forgotten vita me to dinner every time she saw me. I made a pot of stew. You can keep in the freezer and heat up for your supper. She said whispering to protect my pride. We're eating out mostly I said, well, I'll just leave it outside your door. Then she said dishes and sealed Tupperware, aluminum, pans and plastic Baggies have been dropped off on our doorstep ever since my mother died. Your mother would be so proud of you. She said as we wrote the cramped in ancient elevator together. I thought about the arguments my mother, and I have been having over my lack of direction why I asked she seemed confused by the question because your lovely young, man. She said she step toward me then hell my face in cold damp hands. I smelled mouthwash an old lady perfume. Then I felt the walls of the elevators shivers. She was actually going to kiss my face get away. I said pulling back did, you know, my mother should gasp and stared at me with their mouth open as if I was dissolving before is, oh, she says, oh, dear. We got to a floor she stumbled out of the elevator, and we don't need anymore. You dinners yell. I felt pretty bad about this later. As we made our way across the park on a Saturday to the Metropolitan Museum of art. My father told me I haven't been myself lately, we were walking through the seventy nine th street fields by Belvedere castle in in the cold avoi- ses came out and vapor. I'm fine. I said, and you I know you're not sleeping. He said..

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"ron carlson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"J Durden performed Filc lies story. Oh, I f I'm Robert Sean, Leonard our final story with a lesson for us is more lighthearted, even though the subject extensively is the last supper. But in Ron Carlson's, the tablecloth of Turin, a former insurance investigator wants to share a genuine relic with you. So believe reader Eddie Kentucky when he tells you all about it. A man comes onto the stage. He carries a folded tablecloth. It is very large the man pins, the tablecloth to the backdrop lift the pointer and steps towards the audience. This is the seventy first public appearance of the famed tablecloth of Turin. My name is Leonard Christopherson and the tablecloth, and I have been traveling for almost three months now, I'm an insurance investigator by trade from Michigan. But I've pretty much all that go after all it is my tablecloth, and it is my wish to share it and show it to as many folks as I can. In the last three months I've been met with a lot of skepticism about the fantasy of the cloth. But most people when they hear the story and see the evidence come to know as well as I do that. This is the tablecloth of the last supper. The.

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"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Jesus of nazareth save us okay on the flip side of the rabid chicken little libs losing their collective minds ever judge cavenaugh my emails did literally immediately explode and light up with mail from conservatives mainly men believe it or not he felt just like that wsb color that you just heard and they felt duped by the president with this choice mainly because judge kevin is made it clear that he feels whatever's this room court has decided in the passionate stand on its own today so what does that mean for all the conservatives hoping for what the democrats are using as weapon of war to continue the national divide that roe versus wade will never be overturned and i have to i'm not so sure it will be either not in my lifetime i don't know i believe wholeheartedly it will become a state issue should be and i'd like to see i'd like to see my own heart be bill in my own state of georgia quite honestly and this is what you j professor and wsb legal senior analyst senior legal analyst ron carlson had to say about that because abortion rights every judicial recognition over many years i do not see them being swept away of media with a new court what would i do see is a weakening of the wide open right to abortion established by roe v wade early on i see the battleground in a row debate as cut off dates for abortion states say no boertien after fifteen weeks well a new court might well approved that sort of limitation a cutoff date for the procedure so just as the trump administration took some pieces out of obamacare the initial approach of some pro life activists will be to weaken the liberal right to abortion contained in the road decision the aim of the trump administration of course is eventually to turnover all abortion policy that's interesting so listen as a female radio personality repeat that as a female radio personality and they're not many of us as it is i genuinely feel privileged to have a voice during this pivotal time as a mother i am clearly for life as a once you scared teenager and assault victim i understand the choices before you as you see your flat your life your whole life lashed before your eyes do either your own negligence or someone else's theft of your personal sovereignty when faced with the option of abortion the my show is on faith life in politics and as the minister i have to tell you that old adage of the devil's in the details are all this is a smokescreen for democrats politicize everything is not where i'm coming from let there be no doubt about it the democrats are in fact using the emotional feebleness of this country to elicit division and irreparable damage through all things politics for one reason and one reason only to undermine the constitution and create a deeper bedrock of an administrative state all of which leads to ultimate control something i love that president trump said last night to describe our constitution is this i've often heard that other than matters of warren pace this is the most important decision a president will make the supreme court is entrusted with the safeguarding of the crown jewel of our republic the constitution of the united states i love that the crown jewel i often refer to my own daughter is my crowning jewel many of us have our own grounding joel's and that's what our nation's crowning jewel is it's our constitution which is why it's you know the libs are in hot pursuit of it right now by any means necessary hostile takeover lies deception division you know violence but i also love what judge cavanaugh had to say about his philosophy my judicial philosophy straight forward a judge must be independent and must interpret the law not make the law a judge must interpret statute says written and a judge must interpret the constitution as written informed by history and tradition and precedent so what do you guys think about that eight seven seven three one zero twenty one hundred what do you think about his philosophy i mean as you heard some people and as my emails are showing some of you really feel like you've been duped that you've decided to wait and see how it all turns out and i personally don't feel duped but i'd love to know what your opinion is on the matter whether you're male or female but i gotta tell you i'm dating the fact that men are actually finally included in this conversation because women have literally hijacked.

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"ron carlson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"It will be either not in my lifetime i don't know i believe wholeheartedly it will become a state issue and should be and i'd like to i like to see my own heart be bill in the state of georgia quite honestly and this is what j professor wsb legal senior analyst senior legal analyst ron carlson had to say about that because abortion rights have received judicial recognition over many years i do not see them being swept away immediately with a new court would i do see a weakening of the wide open right to abortion established by roe v wade early on i see the battleground in a row debate as cut off dates for abortion states say no boertien after fifteen weeks well a new court might well approve that sort of limitation a cutoff date for the procedure so just as the trump administration took some pieces out of obamacare the initial approach of some prolife activists will be to weaken the liberal right to abortion contained in the road decision the trump administration of course is a later over all abortion policy that's interesting so it listen as a female radio personality repeat that as a female radio personality and they're not many of us as it is i genuinely feel privileged to have a voice during this pivotal time as a mother i am clearly for life as a once scared teenager and assault victim i understand the choices before you as you see your flat your life your whole life flashes before your eyes do to either your own negligence or someone else's theft of your personal sovereignty when faced with the option of abortion the my show is on faith life and politics and as the minister i have to tell you that old adage of the devil's in the details are all this is a smokescreen for democrats politicize everything is not where i'm coming from let there be no doubt about it the democrats are in fact using the emotional feebleness of this country to elicit division and irreparable damage through all things politics for one reason and one reason only to undermine the constitution and create a deeper bedrock of an administrative state all of which leads to ultimate control something i love that president trump said last night to describe our constitution this type often heard that other than matters of warren piece this is the most important decision a president will make the supreme court is entrusted with the safeguarding of the crown jewel of our republic the constitution of the united states i love that the crown jewel i often referred to my own daughter is my crowning jewel many of us have our own grounding joel's and that's what our nation's crowning jewel is it's our constitution which is why it's the libs are in hot pursuit of it right now by any means necessary hostile takeover lies deception division you know violence but i also love judge cavanaugh had to say about his philosophy my judicial philosophy is straight forward a judge must be independent and must interpret the law not make the law a judge must interpret statute says written and a judge must interpret the constitution as written informed by history and tradition and precedent so what do you guys think about that eight seven seven three one zero twenty one hundred what do you think about his philosophy i mean as you heard some people and as my emails are showing some of you really feel like you've been duped that you've decided to wait and see how it all turns out and i personally don't feel duped but i'd love to know what your opinion is on the matter whether you're male or female but i gotta tell you i'm digging the fact that men are actually finally included in this conversation because women have literally hijacked the entire conversation about abortion as if we're the.

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"ron carlson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And added five goals and fifteen assists in the playoff ron carlson behind scoring defenseman in the nhl during the regular season in the playoffs he spent his entire career in washington since joining the franchise as a first round pick in two thousand eight we are just a week away from some big money contracts of the nba free agency heads july first and we'll know this week just how big the coming weeks will be brian winters offseason is a giant game was huge name lebron james chris paul paul george over and a handful of your peers in limbo until the big decisions for the repercussions spreading across the league in dramatic chain reaction let's start with the most important the brown james if he's things in cleveland does this mean kevin love means to ab paul george without a started team up within l a we with the thunder to stay with russell westbrook the lakers beside julius randle leading the mavericks unable to get randall turn your attention to another big name what if james goes to la the lakers the trade low and george joins lebron devastating if james and georgia in la lakers go all in for better.

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"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"President trump bill caiaccio supporting live winners cases attracted national attention yes scott winters accused of leaking top secret government reported that russian meddling in the twenty sixteen election at the time she worked as an nsa contractor at fort gordon near augusta per life went from that of a cybersecurity specialist to that of a federal jail inmate in a very rapid period wsb senior legal analyst ron carlson says winner admitted guilt in recorded jailhouse phone conversation older sister in essence i took some government documents they were important ones and sent them out winners charged under the federal espionage act and faced up to ten years in prison or trial was scheduled for october one of winners attorneys is refusing comment other than to say that there will be a change of plea hearing next tuesday in a tweet from winners mother she says her daughter is ready to accept responsibility for any wrongdoing and will accept the consequences reporting live bill caiaccio wsb cloudy showers and thunderstorms likely this afternoon some of those could be intense and isolated severe storm damage you wind gusts possibility later today high of eightyseven right now seventy two on peachtree street and for kirk mellish channel two action news meteorologist brad nitz twitter chapel road shut down east of three industrial boulevard traffic are a bike we are clearing out the busy intersection on inside back on its wheels for the intersection of lawrenceville highway road still shut down how road as your alternate to twenty nine wbz.

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"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Never watched the weather threat later today shower storms likely this act new leading son could be severe with a high of eighty seven number two of the us supreme court could issue a ruling and the trump travel ban or the georgia water war florida alabama as soon as this morning and number three accused nsa leaker ronald winter is expected to enter a guilty plea soon as next week wsb legal analyst ron carlson says when there was the first person to be prosecuted after president trump declared war on leakers made by the defense have largely gone in the government's favor winners accused of leaking top secret information about russian meddling in the original charge carried a prison term up to ten years wsb news time is five sixteen protesters block a parkway and east pittsburgh after a fatal police shooting of an unarmed black teenager by they're already on the parkway traffic and stop the call to dispatch courtesy of broadcast defy classmates the seventeen year old who was killed joined the demonstration he did not have to shoot him three times the officer who shot antoine rose had been sworn in earlier that same night he is now on leave disturbing new charges are leveled against the cobb county cop accused of choking and slapping a mentally disturbed dubbed woman during sex now prosecutors have filed two new felony charges against the officer this time accusing him of demanding the woman set up a three way sexual encounter involving her twelve year old niece it's not clear on the documents however if that encounter ever took place wsb's pete combs reports apart from these new charges of solicitation and computer porn officer robert new is also facing an administrative complaint involving yet another woman high school seniors accused of plotting to shoot up his own graduation ceremony in ocean county new jersey nineteen year old matthew vanderbeek took the social media to claim.

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Reality Winner to change her plea on leaking Russian interference report

Atlanta's Morning News

01:48 min | 3 years ago

Reality Winner to change her plea on leaking Russian interference report

"In the reality winner case the nsa contractor accused of leaking classified information cuts a deal winner former nsa contractor at fort gordon near augusta has agreed to a plea deal terms not yet known she's accused of leaking top secret report on russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election wsb legal analyst ron carlson we'll reality plead to the major espionage charge for wilder be an alternate charge like unauthorized disclosure of national defense information we should know tuesday when winter is due back in court in augusta edgar treiguts wsb the house fails to pass one immigration bill and punts on another two point oh after a more conservative immigration bill was defeated gop leaders are now trying to figure how changes to a second plan republican mark walker any jotted a one way or the other you lose people because of the complexities and because of the sensitivities and the emotion is republicans keep looking for a magic formula to get a majority in the house on immigration reform wsb's jamie dupree says one gop lawmakers calling on president trump to fire adviser stephen miller over the now rescinded policy of separating immigrant families at the border congressman mike kaufman of colorado tweeting that the president should fire his adviser stephen miller he tweeted this is a human rights mess it's on the president to clean it up and fire the people responsible for making abc's meghan hughes says kaufman also suggests putting a general retired ceo in charge of reunifying families first lady melania trump asks about reunification while visiting a shelter for immigrant kids in texas line you can help to these two but her message of concern was undercut by the jacket she chose to wear on her way to and from texas it read i really don't care.

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"ron carlson" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on Here & Now

"Canine situation has reached epidemic proportions and outbreak of dog flu rips through the city of mecca sake mayor kobayashi issues emergency orders calling for a hasty quarantine trash island becomes an exile the isle of dogs monica brady i remember this i remember thinking i got to see this as you're watching a young boy arrives on the isle of dogs he's looking for his loss dog we see him searching he gets them fight bad guys in the hospital there's some kind of bomb it just it really pulls you in but also it has an arc is that part of what a good trail is you feel like you've seen the movie great part of a great trailer is is that you get a little bit of a beginning of of middle but no end because the the end is to go see the movie itself so that that's a great trailer because it leaves you wanting more but anyway what made you start this well it's it's actually a funny story is a when i graduated from nyu an option the rights to the to a book called betrayed by f scott fitzgerald by ron carlson with my sister evelyn and we'd written a screenplay and we had enough money cobbled together to go shoot a trailer and we went looking for trailer editors and they're not credited anywhere at the end of the movie at the end of the trailer nowhere and so these men and women were anonymous and so my sister said oh there must be an award show so we'll find them that way so it's one thousand nine hundred nine and we went looking and there wasn't an award show and so everyone's like well let's start what and vala the golden trailers were born and the rest to cinematic history well listen to another of the winners on the shape of water won for best drama and again this is the trailer it also of course one best picture oscar but this is the first time in the trailer that many of us are this idea of a woman who couldn't speak who falls in love with some sort of creature i mean the first time you saw this trailer the creatures being researched in a science lab she's cleaning their she's a cleaning woman let's listen.

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"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I love that phrase nuisance drizzle my first fan a quarter it's hey guess what appealed telling me i'd say i sometimes say mcdonagh and it's wrong it's mcdonagh we certainly don't want to offend doctrine packing up and going back on the road to kirby gs in the mcdonagh's square this friday a live show autumn who is in town we'll be there this'll be the first live remote that she is on my bed hasn't been in the in the in the lounge over here do that again autumn's going to be there says here stay tuned for more details but i believe this show will begin at nine am and we'll be jeez i detail for you at breakfast menu that they do for us is awesome they don't they're not normally open for breakfast and they do a special thing just for us we only go to places that aren't normally open so that we know that the audience we get wants to be there that's been worse to walking into a pack diner it doesn't give a damn about you what's going on to turn that racket team here for bank political rabble rabble good was that political what rabble rabble so the good people kirby jeez are kind enough to create a breakfast menu for our audience and we've been out there twice before we have a great time we look forward to seeing you this friday all right text macgyver atlanta attorney who shot wife an suv guilty of felony murder that's what this headline tells me and we luckily have wsb senior legal analyst ron carlson with us ronn good morning with you this morning and i ask you if you're they're like calling the moon not a technology that's been tested before these pilaf so i have i believe in the jury system ron but there are some things about this verdict that are not sitting all that well with me one of them is the notion that i heard from some of these jurors that were planning on the air here wsb the notion that a gun just doesn't go off i have a personal experience which i just told where a gun did go off now obviously i pulled the trigger what i'm saying is my memory is a flash of fire waking up twenty feet away underneath the table so things do happen how do you feel about that.

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"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Jailhouse interviews again were something that made his lawyers really furious at the time we also heard testimony that his lawyer said he had quote eft up the case by doing these media interviews and then later making the comment about being afraid of possible black lives matter protesters which was what he said caused him to take out his gun at the time jeff dickerson whom he had hired to be his one of his pr guys in media liaison in the case had said that he was so angry or he was really surprised to see that that jailhouse interview process was underway he said he would have advised mcivor and his lawyers not to do that and in fact at that point he offered to step off the case as a pr person because he said it's clear that you guys are taking your own media council four forty six news ninety five five am seven fifty wsb i'm chris chandler in the news center with veronica waters live courthouse our senior legal analyst ron carlson is live with us and ron really bluntly his defense essentially is that he's a donna ring old vaguely racist matlock adjusted in fly well their defense made of cigarettes try and presented a number of good points but clearly as roddick and phil have mentioned some of texas own actions in the past came back harder and chief among those in my view chris is the sale of the furs and the jewelry of diane shortly after her demise holloway our legal analyst with us filled then there is the masseuse one thousand percent number did you touch them that now phil do you think this had any effect yeah the window was absolutely one hundred percent there and despite the district attorney's denial that that was what his intention was it was clear to everybody was watching it the best what they were insinuating they wanted this jury believed that there was not this loving relationship between texan his wife that the defense is making it out to be i don't know that that particular piece of testimony that bit of evidence made much of a difference either way i would consider that to be neutral i think the jury focused mostly on texas statements his actions after the fact one thing that.

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"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Streams live on wsbradiocom he's been on death row for decades is another the string of cases where the final disposition of the prisoner comes twenty to thirty years after the crime landless ron carlson says barring the socalled stocking strangler carlton gary faces lethal injection tonight for a series of murders in the seventies georgia's first execution this year alert neighbors on ardent drive in marietta take see something say something to heart or different people that reached out to us and said something doesn't feel right it doesn't seem right can you look into officer chuck mc felony tells channel two action news they've arrested five people on drug charges and are looking for a six police have confiscated varying amounts of meth heroin and pot in wsb news about your health for site county retains its title is georgia's healthiest county rankings are based on factors including health insurance poverty rate premature infant death and std's coney cherokee fayette and gwinnett counties round out the top five the county the poorest health in the state is quitting in southwest georgia wsb news time eight eleven minutes after eight minutes bring up to speed weather and traffic wsb meteorologist kirk mellish joins us live once again what comes after the freeze warning expires to well a nice warm up with very dry air high fire danger this afternoon heireann sixty six lows tonight thirty nine to forty four tomorrow increasing clouds high seventy saturday mostly cloudy to partly cloudy a sixty percent chance of a shower thunderstorm the first half today high seventy two low fifty three recovering the forecast for today and nine in the mountains meter sunny very dry air breezy at times this afternoon and a high of sixty six currently thirty five on peachtree street i'm meteorologist kirk mellish wsb the morning five now eight twelve here's mark mckay crowded leading covington highway the highway seventy eight now.

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"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ron carlson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Package bombs left endorsed apps in austin texas this month of left two people dead two others wounded all the victims of police have not ruled out a racial motivation for the bomber the hugely popular south by southwest festival is going on now hundreds of thousands of visitors to austin and number three our top local story opening statements this morning of the textbook macgyver murder trial and wsb veronica waters sitting there trial and has the preview greed versus grief that's what the opening statements will look like in the text mcivor murder trial the prosecution will paint the once prominent attorney as a man who purposely shot his wife so he could get diane's money and canceled the debt of hundreds of thousands of dollars he odor the defense will counter with a picture of a mournful widower wracked with guilt after he drowsy pulled the trigger by accident inside an suv the jury consists of six men and six women for our black wsb senior legal analyst ron carlson's keys is early keys to the case at long last a jury of citizens will tell us if the death of dianne mcivor was a tragic accident or a murder the prosecutor claims now one major obstacle for the state are diane's last words in the hospital to the doctor treating her wound when she told the doctor this was an accident illegal terms this is called a dying declaration and juries tend to place great confidence on deathbed statements opening statements after nine o'clock this morning check back for updates from.

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