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The Importance Of Diversifying Alzheimer's Research
"John. Let's talk about what alzheimer's disease as an how it's related to other forms of dementia right so dementia is an overarching term. That refers to thinking and memory problems from lots of causes including stroke or head injury. Alzheimer's is far and away. The most common cause of dementia at least in later life and it refers to the specific process where these toxic plaques and tangles build up in the brain and eventually start killing neurons. Those are the brain cells. We used to think and remember an for black americans. How much greater is their risk of developing alzheimer's or some other form of dementia. Some studies show that the risk is twice as high as it is for a white american though the exact amount still kind of in question and by the way there's also some evidence that lat next people also have a higher risk and asian americans appear to have a low risk than white americans. Okay and do. Scientists know why they're such huge disparities not fully. Some of the difference probably has to do with known risk factors for alzheimer's so health problems like heart disease. High blood pressure diabetes obesity. All of these increase a person's risk for alzheimer's and these factors are more common in black americans and they are in white americans. There's also at least one. Genetic risk factor. Okay people who have one or two copies of a gene called abeille. Four are more likely to develop alzheimer's and the four gene appears to be more common in people of african ancestry but scientists really don't understand alzheimer's very well in anyone. They've been testing all of these alzheimer's drugs for decades and really nothing has worked so research is still. Don't know whether all of these factors put together can fully explain why alzheimer's is so much more common in black americans. John that's really tough to hear. I mean you mentioned healthcare earlier. The you know that black americans have less access to care for loved ones with alzheimer's. What do we know about that. Just a couple of weeks ago. Alzheimer's association released a report on race ethnicity and alzheimer's and i talked with brain scientists. Maria correo who is now the chief science officer there. here's part of what. She told me about what they learned from a survey of people who were caring for a friend or family member with alzheimer's among nonwhite caregivers half say they've faced discrimination when navigating through the healthcare system with a top concern being the providers. Don't even listen to what they're saying. Perhaps because of their race color or ethnicity that's really frustrating and not surprisingly black americans. Were the most likely to report discrimination. Okay so we've talked about risk we've talked about care. Let's talk about research so as scientists are trying to find treatments. What can be done to make. Sure that black americans are included in that research. Several things they can change. The racial and ethnic composition of the people who do research black researchers are more likely to have ties within black communities and are more likely to make sure that studies are inclusive. Researchers can also change the racial and ethnic composition of the people who participate in research studies and they can focus on questions about why. Alzheimer's appears to act differently in people of different races. Yeah i mean. These are really good goals to have of course but our researchers getting any closer to achieving them. I've seen some encouraging signs especially when it comes to diversifying scientific studies so for example a couple of years ago researchers formed a group called the african ancestry neuro science research initiative. I spoke to one of the brain scientists involved. Dr cuff weeds rossa. He's a psychiatrist and a professor at duke university. He told me he joined the effort when he realized that his own ancestors who came from west africa had been excluded from genetic studies of brain disorders. It was clearly an immediately evident to me how much of a problem this was right because for me as one who does what we call basic research. In other words. I take the genes that are found in human gene studies and then i studied them in model organisms in other words things like mice or rats and understand how it changes other brain works. It meant that. I was studying genes. That were specifically related to onus in folks of european ancestry which would mean that cough fleet. Derosa was only studying the genes of a narrow segment of people. Which sounds pretty. messed up. If you're trying to figure out the genetic story of how. Alzheimer's affects all people like what is the scientific justification for this approach. Years ago the logic was that it would be easier to find genes responsible for brain disorders in people of european descent. The reason is that they tend to be very similar genetically to one another. The genes of people of african ancestry vary a lot more now. Technology has made genetic sequencing so widely available that you can easily study all kinds of people and scientifically you should because people with different ancestries can have genetic differences that affect their risk for diseases like alzheimer's absolutely and have scientists learned anything new about alzheimer's disease from studying it in black americans. Maybe you know that. Jean april four. That increases a person's risk of developing alzheimer's. Especially if you inherit two copies one from each of your parents so the gene is more common among black americans but it may be less risky for them. Some other genetic factors seems to protect people of african ancestry from the bad effects of a four. I spoke with dr daniel weinberger. He's a scientist at the lieber institute in baltimore. And he's also part of the african ancestry neuroscience research initiative. Here's what he told me about april four. If you inherit the risk form of that gene from both of your parents and your european ancestry that increases your likelihood of manifesting outside disease later in life about twenty fold if have african ancestry the risk from inheriting that gene from both your parents is about a fourth of what it is if you were of european ancestry so if scientists could figure out what the protective mechanism is they might be able to develop a drug. That would help protect all people who have at least one copy of the four gene and that is by the way tens of millions of people in the us alone now. That sounds really promising. But it's gonna take a lot more research right that also broadens who's being included in that research it will truly diversifying the groups of people in research studies is really challenging and scientists know. They can't do it on their own. So the african ancestry project for example has involved. People like reverend alvin hathaway. He's the pastor of union baptist church in baltimore. He told me one challenge facing scientists. Is that a lot of black. Americans are pretty skeptical about this kind of research. You know clearly when you begin to talk about The brain you begin to talk about the genome data set immediately within the community. That triggers all kinds of suspicions It triggers a lot of suspicions because There has been arguments that The caucasian brain is different from the brain of people of african descent and one of the amazing revelations that i found. Was that when you actually look at brain tissue. You can't discern difference right. Scientists propped up thinking for a long time. And you're saying the legacy of that lives on. Yes it does so john. How'd you researchers with the african ancestry project and other groups navigate that the alzheimer's association did a survey a few months ago. That found that one in five black americans would actually feel insulted. If a doctor even suggested a cognitive assessment to detect alzheimer's so of medicine has a lot of work to do to build trust with black americans and other minority groups. I talked about what that might take with. A scientist named lisa barnes. She's a professor and also a cognitive neuropsychologist at the old timers disease center in chicago. She told me she often. Here's the same comment. When she approaches groups that have been marginalized about doing a research study especially when that may take years to complete these researchers come in and they collect all these data than we never hear from you again so we we also give back so we who make sure that we go back to the community and update them on what we're finding we give their vice about how we're interpreting data. So we try to really make it a partnership between us and the community. And i think that that goes a long way and building trust and and and having them stay with us for the long haul.
Asylum Seekers Are Allowed Into U.S. For Their Day In Immigration Court
"Now, the odds for asylum seekers are long. But the courts are so slow that he may live in the United States for years awaiting his court date. So the Biden administration's new policy just changed. Manfredo is life. The story is different for other people behind him, including some people in the camp. He just left. NPR's John Burnett was at that camp this week and is on the line. John what you find Steve Well, the most infamous refugee camp on the US Mexico border is almost empty. A month ago, it was teeming with more than 600 migrants. And today there are only a few dozen people left. Now it's looking like a deserted shanty town. With all these colorful camping tents flapping in the Gulf breeze and no one's inside them. City workers are hauling out great piles of garbage and personal belongings. U. S immigration agents began processing the folks there first, in part because so much international intention was focused on this wretched camp with its snakes, mosquitoes and mud. Ah, so that explains why Manfredo was so quickly able to cross the border. But who are the people who have not been able to cross? Well, they're mostly Central American migrants have already lost their asylum cases. One of them is Donny Lopez Rossa, a 28 year old Honduran. Had been to the can't many times over the past two years, and I'd met with him before, and boy did he have a rough time? The first time I met him, he was lying in his tent recovering from a vicious mugging. His face was a swollen mass of bruises. Gangsters had tried to extort him. Barasa is still there because the U. S immigration judge didn't believe his story that he fled Honduras to escape the thugs there. And the corrupt police in his country. And then now he's lost his appeal so that ASA says the mood there is bittersweet. He says there's sadness because he and others were left behind. But there's happiness because so many have been able to leave and finally get into the US. Why is he remaining in that awful camp, though? Well process says he believes God will still deliver him across the border. If the Biden administration will have mercy on people like him who suffered in that camp for so long, and the camp has been there for nearly two years, and you know, close relationships have been forged in adversity. Some people fell in love, including PAGASA. Come in, come in, he says. I was with my girlfriend for more than a year. She and her daughter crossed the border last Friday. She didn't want to go without me. She cried and cried and cried, but I had to convince her that she had to
DEA dismantles Mexican drug trafficking ring in Atlanta
"Crack down, too and stranded. Manned it. These are the three federal operations that led to the indictments of more than 60. People for trafficking. Mexican cartel drugs into Savannah and Atlanta, Georgia Southern District U. S attorney Bobby Christine calls the massive drug trafficking operation a marriage of convenience between violent white supremacist gangs and others like La Rossa and the gangster Disciples, all of whom put aside their racial animosity for the sake of seeing green. These indictments charge more than 60 defendants, many of them With criminal street gangs, including the Ghostface Gangsters with conspiracies that connected the cartels of Mexico to the coastal Georgia area. Christine says the shot callers are in state prisons using contraband cellphones. Veronica Waters 95.5 WSB WSB
"rossa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Thiss is joining us. Is a filmmaker, and I just am so excited for Laura Pellegrini. She's a director producer and the vice president and co owner of Rossa Films International. Two of Laura's films, by the way. Have been a film festivals, including the very prestigious Cans Film festival. Along side with her co director. I mean, you've won so many Awards. How fabulous for you and How exciting Laura welcome. Thank you so much, Frankie. Thank you for having me on the show. So your new documentary is called The girl who cannot speak. The new documentary is actually the day I had to grow up the girls. Okay, documentary? Yeah, that's that Stephano defray my my co producing partner and co director. Partner and I did a couple of years ago and definite was actually on your show. Frankie's from that. Yes, Yes. Yes, I remember now. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, But the film that we're currently promoting is the day I had to grow up, which is our new documentary. So explain to us first of all. Can you share with us? What you go through? Azure. Plowing through all of the material and the different Areas that interest you and that push at your heart strings of how you find the right Documentary The Right product the right time. How do you even make that decision? Yeah, absolutely. I mean, all the things that you mentioned play a significant role in Using the materials that that ultimately we go with. You know, this one carried a special emotional resonance for us because there was a night during Thanksgiving in 2018. When Definite was actually in Colorado with family, and one night he saw a young man named Jeremy Ornstein. Arrested in Capitol Hill. There was a video that went viral of this of this young activist advocating for degree new deal outside Nancy Pelosi's office and he gave this Incredible, impassioned speech, along with a group of other environmental activists. To adopt these new progressive policies. But what struck Stefano and myself after I eventually thought it was just the anguish that Jeremy carried with him throughout his entire speech. He had this You know this is painful emotional breakdown. When he was talking about these things that are so passionate to him, You know, he related it to his grandparent's stories of surviving the Holocaust and created this incredible through line. Of policy makers who need to grow up and hold themselves accountable for the promises that they're making, especially to you. So You know, we clicked that on a deeply personal and emotional level, and it took it took months. Tio To really build a connection with Jeremy in person and to finally meet with him in D. C. You know, we rented a car and I got a chance to sit down with Jeremy one on one to really talk to the person kind of the man behind the missing away. And what we saw was really deeply thoughtful and sensitive, young man that we were eager to collaborate with and and do a documentary about focusing on news activism in America. So fascinating. And so that's how this particular project came to life. Yeah, Yeah, That's just it took a few months, You know, because once we met with Jeremy, it kind of opened the door for us to talk to other after this. Either one's that he met through the sunrise movement, which is a movement that he worked actively and now On and people that he had known since high school, working as a chairman for the high school down across America. So you know, Once we once we clicked with Jeremy, he agreed to be on the project. We've got in touch with five other after this to agree to be part of the project, each coming at the table with issues that they were passionate about whether it was gun violence. Yes, or when he's right there. You know students, yet Black lives matter. So you get insight into each of those yet in the documentary. So how do you get the funding? How does that go? Go about. Do you have a venture capitalist? You have angel investors, A combination. It's you know itself. It's a mix of self producing, and also angel investors. This's a process that Stephanie and I have been Engaged in for the last seven years with our Russell film production company, and we've we've managed to raise capital, particularly in the last couple of years. More so because of the success of the girl cannot speak because it was able to stream on dot com and that was just going to say, NBC. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, that helps sustain some process and prowess for future projects, including this one. We've been really grateful Teo to be supported by people who really believe in the quality of what we're doing, and I want to be a part of that journey. So now that now that it's out now the work is in and getting it. Recognized promoting it. And where? Because theaters are closed now, right? What? What are the options? So is it Netflix? Is it trying to get it on a venue that Has that kind of popularity. And how do you even promote it? Yeah, that's it. That's a great question, So the good news is that it is currently available on Amazon Prime We worked with the distributor out in France who we heard about through, you know college of ours that we finally got a chance to work with these past few months, and it's streaming on Amazon Prime right now. And they were able to secure its territories in Canada, the UK and Germany, which comes his German subtitles and also the U. S. So that's been really great. And the feedback on that has been phenomenal. Just even this past week that it's been available, so that's That's definitely an advantage now especially, you know, as we're in this crazy world of us Quarantine and working from home. You know, some kind of comfort to know that digital distribution people such great access to not material Absolutely. So What's going to happen to the moon to the movies? I mean, as a filmmaker? What? What's You know you go by the I went by to major theaters this past weekend walking by and they're both, you know, shouted shut down and closed and Who knows if they will even come back. You know what it is? I I'm an optimist by nature and stuff. You know, He's an optimist by made by nature as well. I think we both feel a strong sense that 2021 God willing me, You know, we get the vaccine that there's going to be a resurgence of movie theaters across America and across the world, because I I know that in some pockets, they're opening up a limited capacity. But for a long is history is on our side. The movies has always brought great solace and comfort and a world of possibilities to two people. And I I don't feel like that spirit is ready to die anytime soon. You look at the great Depression and at that time you know the human popular things for tobacco and cinema. And for my money, I don't think cinema and art is ever going to go out of style. No matter what happens, so I think it would be definitely slow rebuilding process. I think you know, studios are kind of in that space with her. Time to figure things out for wide releases and getting people back in theaters. But I'm hopeful and optimistic that we're going to see a silver lining come this year. I hope you're right. I mean, I think that Arts and entertainment are so critical during Any time period. But especially now, and we really need way need We need the voices to be heard. In a thoughtful way. So once the projects once once you get the project And It gets you get the funding, then the hard work is to go out and to film it. Correct. And how long? How long? How long do you give yourself to Fillmore? You know, so preproduction and production. I tend to group them together only because the research is so massive. It's such a massive scale with these types of projects like particularly with the girl who cannot speak where we have to do a ton of research about what stories you wanted, Teo Included in that through line so delicately as well because of the subject matter, and also dealing with the sum of its nature. You know the reversal, another rehearsal, the pre production process was quite extensive because Again. It's a matter of figuring out the right stories for what we wanted to achieve with this narratives and finding the right type of kids. To include in this in this narrative, So that was a few months and then the filming part of it lasted a couple of weeks because you have kids coming from different areas. They're coming from different parts of America to share their story. That's another thing that you have to take.
"rossa" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"OK. So I got to say that Versace was the inspiration for me for searching for vintage scandal because I just love scene Patti Labelle and glad Sneyd. Do the versus battle That was really fun. And they both called in to tamarin today on her show, wishing her happy did birthday and I thought, Who else would we love to see who else has been friends? Kind of that came of the same era And I thought, What about share? And Diana Ross love Because they're basically the same age. They came the same era of the sixties. Well, that led me down the path of and people who Of course, I know a lot about cheer and Diane harassed they You probably already know this story. But you know, both of them like share had her romance with Sonny Bono, who was older. Instrumental in the Karoo. Extremely older. We would frown upon this today. 10 years older and Diana Ross with Berry Gordy kind of the same thing with Ah, I don't know if the age difference was that much bigger but He was, you know, the head of Motown and she was so how about the What is the rock and roll entanglement that happened these women, So let me tell you about them, so they Like I said they rose to stardom around the same time in the sixties, and they Became friends at some point and by 1975. They were co presenters at the first and short lived rock Music awards. Okay, hung outside of work commitments. Tracy Ellis Ross was on One of the late night shows. I think it was a couple years ago, and she talked about How here used to come over and play tennis, then their house and hang out with her family and her mom and Michael Jackson would come by, But he wouldn't play tennis but share would play tennis and also that Share. And Diana Ross would give each other advice. They both love fashion. Oh, yes, yes, yes, yes, and according to the share Bible Which when Diana Ross released her 1980 Diana album she asked share about the cover art. And share told her in this switch here, Raise you a never looked that good. And Dan are ascended A picking The black and white photo that share recommended that yes, for that album is the great cover. She's in a T shirt in her arms to the side and hair here. Oh, it's just amazing and so share. Was that so during that period, they have that album. Yeah, they both were in the dating pool and sheer began dating kiss singer Gene Simmons around 1978, and they had a love affair that lasted several years and in a 1979 interview with people Both share and Gene Simmons talked about their relationship and share even admitted they weren't exactly monogamous. But she said up until now, at least, I can say it's the best relationship. I've ever had, she said. Gina. See, I'm crazy about him. All my relationships are serious, but I don't screw around. And Simmons said the same thing. I'm crazy about chair. I'm nuts about her. She's my first love. She's She's just amazing. Soul has never done anything to hurt anybody and they lived together and Gene Simmons got to know her Children. The least that she had at the time, and while they loved each other and may have had side sauce, things change when Gene Simmons developed front feelings for Diana Ross and in 2015 Gene Simmons, in his memoir. He gave us the story about why he and Cher broke up and it was because of Diana Ross, and he's this is what he said. One Christmas I asked share. What should I buy you and she said Call my friend Diana Ross. She will tell you exactly what I like, because she's my best friend. So he called Diana Rossa. And they went shopping, probably at Whatever on radio drive somewhere, and then our feelings for each other, developed very fast, and we started a relationship together, Bidden and share and Diana have apparently never made up. Never spoken. No share his tweeted loving things about Willie Green Day and has had something but Gene Simmons believes that they, their friendship fell out fractured. Over That. And Gene Simmons data Diana Ross for two years after that, and she moved on to another rocker in 1980, a guy by the name of Lez Dudek. So this is before you know Tom Curzon, the baby boy and everything else and they stopped being friends. And Gene Simmons is still friends with both of them. Yeah, that sucks isn't at something, but I remember hearing about this. I think that is just so I would love to see those two do a Versace Battle make up and Yeah, they could just it would be kind of fun here and Diana Ross. Anyway. Three c. L s needs to get that going. You know she does Thea other thing I just said it would be really hard though. Laurie, if if I'm living with someone who I'm telling my best friend is a love of my life, and my best friend was shopping with them. This This happens all the time. Julia. It's that there would be literally old is old tale is told his time. Yeah, between Walsh tonight between a lot You know, and I fell in love with the neighbor. And then they both married the neighborhood. The neighbor husband and wife got married to the husband and wife. This is a scandal that happens all too frequently. Is. I'm glad it hasn't happened to me or you. Yeah, that would've been horrible. Well, You deal with things, Julia, but I would like these to to make up on the battlefield of verses that Larry like Theresa was for us. You know, she just got that big deal from ABC. Maybe show you a sitcom with both of these women starting at and then You know, last year we'll put that on the wishing well, okay thing, But and then I thought, OK, well would be another thing that we could use for vintage scandal this weekend, a course immediately..
"rossa" Discussed on KTRH
"Rossa came back with more of America's first new well Gordon history was made Sunday as president trump and north Korean leader Kim Jong un walked up to the demarcation line dividing the two Koreas struck Hanson strolled a few yards into the north Korean side before crossing back trump called it an honor to be the first sitting American president to enter north Korean territory the girls get back to talking about north Korea's nukes the reason I met with Kim John so in a great meeting because we're all in this together we want to get this thing solved it's been going on for a long time trump says the two sides will designate teams to start work and the next two to three weeks FAA and national transportation safety board investigators are at the side of a fiery plane crash near Dallas that killed ten people Jennifer roadie of the NTSB we are aware of three different videos and more in the process as we speak of having our specials for you do you that footage the small twin engine airplane was destroyed in the disaster at Addison airport after striking an unoccupied hangar during takeoff Sunday morning on the day of pride parades nationwide ceremonial signatures Illinois governor JB Pritzker created a task force to study the rights of transgender students that also directs the state board of education on related LGBTQ issues New York governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation to bar people who attack or kill a gay person in the state from arguing they panicked over their victim sexuality a construction contractor says the primary suspect in the killing of university of Utah student mac Kenzie Lewis approached him in April with a creepy request Brian Wolfe says a you'll enjoy you wanted a secret soundproof room built under a front porch to include hooks mounted high on a concrete wall both turned it down he told Salt Lake City cops about it after seeing news reports of a Chinese arrest Attorney General William Barr has declared a public safety emergency in rural Alaska after an investigation by the anchorage Daily News at pro public found one in three communities there had no local law enforcement at some point this year many in regions with the highest rates of poverty sexual assault and suicide in the US the justice department will immediately provide ten million dollars to hire equip and train real world police how much would you pay to enjoy the internet with no advertising the team at vox Rico did the masked figure it would cost every internet users in the US thirty five dollars per month to replace the advertising revenue internet companies make and that's it every user paid it ten Bucks out of that thirty five would be Facebook's share alone the thanks I'm too cheap six minutes now and finally our.
"rossa" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"I mean that's Rossa's only chance to get out of prison at this point. I know his mother really believes it's possible, and I wish I could believe that it's possible. I just don't I don't I don't think that Trump's gonna do it. I hope I'm wrong. I really do. I wanna see Ross over get out of prison. The guy who for listeners, don't know co founded the silk road and sentenced to, to life sentences, plus forty years behind bars and his exhausted, all appeals, despite the fact that the evidence used to convict him was, obviously corrupted by cops that were thirty and who went to prison at least two one seek out. They were convicted. They pled guilty to corruption. Okay. Are they still in? I think so. Okay. Yeah. I don't remember what their sentences were, but I think there were at least several years. So I five to seven or something like that. All right. So if you wanna bring up, whatever you want you do that toll free number here. Eight fifty five four fifty for you've got another court related story. Chris, where's it coming from? I do this is coming from the New York Times. It's a it's an interesting story. So it's the basically accusing this man of putting the law on the internet. And that apparently is terrorism. Putting the law on the internet. Yeah. You know, the laws when they get written. Well, he's basically posting, you know, the laws on the internet, and Georgia, apparently, that's illegal in and they're making the argument at this witch garter. You're like the US state. Okay. Okay. Because there's another Georgia. I know I know. And apparently, they're making the argument, I think they lost. And now they're calling this terrorism like they're trying to bring it up to the supreme court and they're calling let's get into the story. Oh, yeah, Carl mole believes in open access to government records and has spent more than a decade putting them online. You might think the states would welcome the help. But when Mr. Mullah mode groups post the official code of Georgia annotated, the state sued for copyright infringement. So when did the state ever, the government ever have a copy place doesn't everything state creates isn't that not? Yeah. I've always thought that they can't. It's not like they need a copyright to encourage them to write laws. So what would even be the rationale of extending copyright to law? They probably have some sort of exclusive deal with one of these, like Muny code companies in the in the world of legal land. There's these sort of hangers. On service companies that have sweetheart deals with, like the courts, so they might have a deal to be the exclusive.
"rossa" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"In a little bit too intellect taco Rossa, which neuroscientist throwing a window. Now, we're born of blank slate, which not quite actual. There's there's genetic Harry Carey forwards from the past from your parents, your grandparents great grandparents on one year, then the nets in the death theory. You could have a lack of self love EPA genetically transferred. But it's such a it's it's not that you have it would be like. Most signs all signs that outright, which is significant although sadly, significance neuroscientists have a few. You know? Sweet. But. You you might be predisposed something it was not an inevitability. But that's. All right. Sure. But if you saw for the notion rights, just the what's going on with you. And you could even you could make case for its cause. In fact, redoubts if I don't know that's known almost neon now. Like what's going on with me? I am lettera Lii in my wife. Prove it. The love for me doesn't exist. And I don't it seems like I'm getting relationships in wannabe relationships. One love and have this yearning. But on the other hand even time to my wife where it's there, and I'm throwing anchor night them, which is advertised for. Right. I am sabotaging my relationship, I know Donut hole gone to all these other services building. So my parents all the time of his young that's all surface. So in the book say look what if what if a fundamental part of your existence.
"rossa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Into Monday, April twenty nine Gordon Deal with Rossa K who's filling in for Jennifer Kushinka. Some of our top stories and headlines one dead three injured at a San Diego County synagogue shooting seven dead in rural Tennessee with a suspect in custody four killed when a massive crane collapsed in downtown Seattle. The attorney general and House Democrats battle over parameters of his Mullah report testimony Baylor women's basketball team visits. The White House today to celebrate its national championship and the people who can't figure out their new car lights at drive in theaters. That story in about twenty minutes. These are boomtime for snitch is who turn in tax cheats to Sam the IRS awarded more than three hundred twelve million dollars to tipsters last year far out doing the previous record, the Twenty-eight teen rewards we're for additional collected revenue of one point four billion dollars compared with one hundred ninety one million in fiscal twenty seventeen and the agency has already paid one hundred fifteen million this year to lowers want a piece of that action. Here's Laura Saunders. Tax columnist at the Wall Street Journal, Laura explain uptick lasts here, the IRS paid more than three hundred million dollars to whistle blowers who turned in cases of corporate and individual tax sheeting, why the Arctic well, a couple reasons this this has been in the law for a long time..
"rossa" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Rossa Kaye is here with more of America's First News, Gordon, Maryland, governor, Larry HOGAN is calling on Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh to resign more than three weeks after he requested an ethics probe into the sale of children's books. She wrote to Kaiser Permanente when it was seeking a contractor become the healthcare provider for Baltimore's employees who has been on leave since April first as she recovers. From pneumonia. Her attorney Steven Silverman understands all of the options, and she is going to make the best decision in the best interest of Baltimore City. Thursday agents with the FBI at IRS fanned out across the home of Catherine Pugh and other properties connected to her including city hall in his first interview since the Muller reports released President Trump told host Sean Hannity on Fox News that the FBI probe into his twenty sixteen campaign and Russian election meddling was quote and attempted overthrow of the United States government and Trump wants an investigation into that. Big deal for mainstream media to give up. But the nice part is as far as Trump is concerned and the Trump administration, there's no collusion, and is no obstruction. Now, it's time to look at the other side. President Trump signed an executive order this week officially making the military responsible for virtually all security background checks for millions of federal workers. The national background investigations bureau will be absorbed by the department of defense. It's an effort to tackle a massive backlog of security clearance cases, ammonia spilling from a farm. Tractor in Lake County Illinois yesterday sent at least thirty seven people to hospitals including seven in critical condition. Investigators think the tractor trailer was the tractor rather was towing a pair of two ton tanks when they just began to leak anhydrous ammonia can cause breathing difficulties burns blisters and is fatal if breathed in high concentrations victims, literally drove into the cloud unprotected. A woman who pretended to be an heiress to swindle wealthy. New Yorkers has been convicted on multiple charges and sarokin allegedly trick the city's elite into loaning our money as she hired a private jet. Went to all the best parties tips, lavishly at all in raveled when others were left her their bills. Well, avengers endgame opens today, it's on track to redefine blockbuster with a projected two hundred fifty million to two hundred sixty eight million bucks off his take in North America alone. In just the first three days of release. That's by Monday. It has already clocked record ticket pre-sales impressive. This is number..
"rossa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Gordon Deal along with Rossa K who's in for Jennifer Kushinka on this Thursday, April twenty five thanks for being with us. And here's what we have for you this hour. President Trump is promising to stonewall all subpoenas from House Democrats dispute severe headed to federal courts more than two hundred individuals have emerged with new allegations of sexual abuse by members of the boy scouts. A lawsuit is trying to find abusers Bruegel college football player is in the NFL draft tonight here his hack for saving money on a certain restaurant. Drink the Bernie Sanders supporters who say they'll support President Trump's reelection. If they're man does not get the democratic nomination. Last election cycle and funny team. There were about four percent of people who voted for standards in the democratic primary who ended up boating for Trump and the general election, which was an interesting phenomenon. And there's a poll out now showing that it could be a trend in in this election cycle. Emily Larson at the Washington Examiner on the Sanders. Supporters still feeling like they're men which cheated in the twenty sixteen primary. Weeks of clashes between President Trump and house. Democrats continues yesterday the Justice department set a civil rights division official. John gore would defy subpoenaed to testify today about its addition of a citizenship question to the census Tuesday, White House lawyers indicated they would tell former White House counsel, Don Mcgann and others not to comply with subpoenas for their testimony. I have been the most transparent president and administration in the history of our country by far Democrats are using their new found political power to explore everything from the Trump administration's policies to the president's conduct before he took office like impartial people the Democrats trying to win twenty twenty then not gonna win with the people that I see and they're not gonna win against me. Mr. Trump has also sued to block a congressional subpoena of his accounting firm, and the Treasury Secretary skipped a deadline to turn over Mr. Trump's tax returns saying he needed more time..
Jared Kushner, China And Chinese Government discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Jared Kushner, and the last major foreign search engine to still be available in China is currently unaccessible in the country, Microsoft confirms the Chinese government has blocked bang, and thus the US China disputes continue. Thank you Rossa coming up. What will be missing this
"rossa" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"But then not a racist. So what it made me think was you know, I think FEMA racists could certainly manage a toward France. If you know known professionals can ride it, then I think professionals could definitely race it. I think it seemed to have a really big impact this yet. I mean, it just everyone talking and debating the issue, which is, you know, the first step towards change. I think, but I'm still of disagreement about whether women should even have told the FOX, and I'm talking about people who are, you know, who support women's cycling now of people saying, well, why are we focusing on this? On issue. If already got really good women's stage race is such as, you know, the women's tour Shavei Rossa, why do we keep focusing on this torn of France thing? It's frustrating when you know that duels close to you. And you wanna make you want? You want economic opportunities, basically. So yeah, I kind of disagree with people who say stop focusing on the tour. It's just fun on won't you forty all grow it. It's like, well, no I want to say for women. It's not such a big ask Twenty-one stagers. It means like three weeks of life. It's very big is applied the tillage together. And right now, it seems to be far away. But I can remember each each of them doing this though three weeks the memories depend on many things like for example on physical conditions. So there were some tough stagers doors have easier stages at the store difference thought me how you can rest during one hundred eighty kilometers. Sometimes it can do just..
"rossa" Discussed on Otters Talking Politics
"Right. As a proposed political agenda like it's as if he put on an outfit that said tax reforms or something like that. You know what I mean like? How how do you get personally offended by political idea? Right. And I think it should be noted that this wasn't just a an eclectic group of students that were complaining, it was actually the legal group legal club will Rossa which is for anyone who doesn't know. I I mean, I don't know from what I understand they are the Mexican Hispanic based law group where basically if you're a Mexican or Hispanic lawyer than you're you can be part of LaRosa in the emphasis Hispanic student group on campus. It's a student group in the law school on campus. Right. But the the whole thing is that there. They talk about Hispanic issues. Right. Like it is unclear what they're thing is. But in general the vibe, I get if that. Yeah. It's like, you know, it's a social club. That's what it is. It's a social club that exists. To support its own students and membership in the club is ostensibly based on your race, hence the name. So which we actually just talk about the fact that their name is LaRosa, and and I know that something outside of their club name. But the fact that there's a group of people that call themselves Lou Ross, oh, which if you don't speak spinners just means the race, right? No, not not no other. But if you had a group of white people in college who just called themselves the race and said that their whole point is just emphasize and focus on on whiteness. Right. Yeah. People would lose their, and then this club is no turning around and going to guy who literally wore a skintight suits with bricks painted on it that said the wall and said, you're the euro problem like like, this is offensive and. You're like being white supremacist or promoting white supremacy and things like that. Yeah. And I mean, look, this is what actually bothers me about the whole situation this standard of whether or not you are a good person. Whether or not you are a good member of because the phrase they kept using in the Email was a community. We're a community were tight knit community the standard of whether or not you are a good member and community cannot be so subjective that if another person decides to take offence at something that objectively is not wrong or offensive that you could now be reinterpreted as a bad member of the community. That's not supposed to be the standard that if that is your standard, if your standard is that subjective. You have in unstable societies society part one of the one of the most breakthrough ideas that allows people like to be in. Able stable societies is that we're not going to punish every little flight that we're going to punish the big things the important things and that we're going to let certain things go, right? And if you wanna talk about what creates a stable, thriving community, you can't sit around just talk about well anytime someone's feeling gets hurt.
Calls for investigation into airstrike in Yemen that killed children
"In Yemen at least twenty nine children have been, killed dozens wounded in a Saudi led coalition air strike the international. Committee of the Red Cross says the kids were traveling on a bus that. Was hit at a market in, the northern province of Saada State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert we call them the Saudi led coalition to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation into the incident we take all credible accounts of civilian casualties very seriously the coalition's backing yemen's government and a war with shiite rebels known as
Saudi-led coalition airstrike kills dozens of children on bus in Yemen
"In Yemen at least twenty nine children have been, killed dozens. Wounded in Saudi led coalition air strike the international committee. Of the Red Cross says the kids were traveling on a bus that was. Hit at a market in the, northern province of Saada State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert we call him the Saudi led coalition to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation into the incident we take all credible accounts of civilian casualties very seriously the coalition's back Backing Yemen's government in a war with Shiite rebels known as
"rossa" Discussed on Beers with Talos
"Home, that means like a advanced malware protection threat grids, watch umbrella visibility, and basically anything in the security portfolio that is not firepower is we have another guy who does all that as Andrew Rossa Pov, we spend spend all of our time. I yes, being the technical ear in the product management side, that eagle voice, I guess rathers but already put it in the product management side. So it's really weird thing. Don't think any other company has something like this as evidenced by all of our every digital understanding. I think any other company we would be in the development side versus the product management side of the. So it's kind of fun this way. So Aaron, we've been talking a lot this episode already, we talked a little bit about the MGM blog posts that we put out. And then we started talking a little bit about like the implications of MD 'em in like a BYOD environment versus like, you know, the privacy concerns versus the security concerns, and we want to have you on Craig. Craig told us in our in our meeting that you had done some some digging on this, and we wanted to have you on to kind of talk about a little bit of of what you had found and how I I don't want, say solving the problem. I mean, obviously a solution this. Has solved the Dopp yet net. Newsflash, Aaron wollen has started the MGM problem and is now going to school. That's why we're having enough solution. Here we go. But you done some digging on this. So I wanted to kind of get your take on on the issue and kind of how it relates to to what we'd found versus where it sits and what's purposes in the marketplace. So let's let's actually throw that question back at you with another question for a second, which issue would you like to refer to as the MGM issue itself is kind of like saying that geopolitical climate. Well, oh, this just ends this. Aaron has solved the MGM issue and now has a plan for world peace. So this guy s ler standard time. But one of the things I agree is much different than world peace. One of the things that we talked about the the blog post the first, you know, the blockbuster, we initially released focused on apple MGM, and there's some differences between how apple and Android treat MDM, and maybe that's a good place to start kind of taking a more broader issue. Sure, absolutely. A little bit of history here. So how many of you remember the blackberry? I remember the blackberry. I had one. I watched the video, the guy meeting a blackberry, and it didn't break it. I would like to see that video now that must be a Texas thing. Oh. The blackberry. So one of the cool things about the blackberry or the blackberry really changed a lot in the industry for how people worked right in. You start calling at the crack berry and even had blackberry thumbs into room. And one of the really interesting things with the great things about blackberry, the way it was built as management and the device were kind built together. Every aspect of it was controllable by what was knows the beds, right? The blackberry enterprise server MDM is an approach to try and get that level of control over any device. Not just the specific device that was built by the same company that's doing the management of it. Right. So device management in of itself is a huge area within important security, because if you can't ensure that the endpoint is configured in a secure way, how can you trust the end point? Right? So need to make sure that. Pin locks are naval. You know that you know high securities in Avon device need to make sure that this encryption is enable you to ensure that there are no bad apps that are installed on this thing. Right? And that's the goal of all mobile device management companies that are out there for the most part right in in your blog post right that that specific entry or that specific attack vector is is really smart..
Senior Chinese official talks trade war at World Peace Forum in Beijing
"The radar shows clear skies about the tristate at sixty nine degrees right now china's top foreign affairs advisor spoke out against a threatening trade war with the united states the us has threatened to expand tariffs on chinese products in response to what the trump administration claims are china's unfair trade he advocated sensible approach to any dispute or problem in trade relations there will be no winner from a trade war only lose lose outcome china's top foreign affairs advisor young joo show at the opening of beijing's world peace forum no decisions on a sort of levy will be made until next week a statement from sorta says that any decision about possibly putting a sales tax on the hamilton county ballot will be made at a special meeting before the end of this month the deadline to get on the november ballot is august eighth right now sorta is considering asking for a sales tax between point five percents and one percent and if that were to happen sorta would stop getting money from the city of cincinnati's earnings tax the sales tax would fund the reinventing metro plan that's been in the works for the last three years to add bus routes in the county increased service times and add crosstown routes as well jack crumley news radio seven hundred wwl w here's a reds update router up the middle rossa to us left gloves fires and the reds game one of this three games said big fashion nine to one is.
"rossa" Discussed on Vrain Waves: Teaching Conversations with Minds Shaping Education
"Like artists are often dealing with the complexity of the moment. We've got to get more comfortable one more practical question with respect to tagging. 'cause I've seen a bunch of classrooms with amazing student work all over the walls, but I've also gone into classrooms in like August or September beginning of the year when the the walls are already plastered with anchor charts and things that students number really referred to because they didn't have a whole lot of input to them to begin with. And I wonder how that looks classroom where students are creating those sorts of things that are up around the room that they can refer back. Sue with tagging void are priming chapter. We exactly invite people in the last. Segment to do that to build those agreements with their own teachers to figure out what it is they value. And then on the tagging side of things that goes back because it have to be as formal as putting up student work on posters around the wall, or is it more a fam- role which is like today we just worked on a word document and we just all pag our response than commentaries on how to improve that for suedes essay. And you know, that is not going to be sitting around the walls, but somewhere on a hard drive or perhaps in the next Persian graph. I think the essence of what you're really saying is, what do we do a tagging after we tagged and just just become a dead weight? And I think that goes back to use the end of the day. It only matters how the data is used, how it forms and improves the lives of people around it. So I would say the tagging data can be thought of as archival, but also really is to be thought of as kind of what we might say, a scaffold or a support for students to remember what it is we're doing right now and to build the adding in. Tribute to that Rossa. I just wanna say another thing about tagging we didn't mention bouncing scene is actually the precursor to good tagging carry one syllable or bouncing in sampling and how that is before we get to the soft data, we've got to have a way of getting everybody. Yeah, we have to well, we have to have a way of taking taking in of what students know we talked before about the assessment triangle model of how students develop competence in your learning target, what you're hoping that they're learning. And we talked about observations in interpretation to make an accurate interpretation about where you're learning. Our teachers are responsible for classroom learners anywhere from.
"rossa" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"Upward movement in the marketplace those advisors that wanted to move in and out of funds actually would get handcuffed to some degree a fun company new you're coming in and putting twenty million dollars and then you are selling at six months later they would actually work with the custodian the custodian would say they don't want that type of money so you no longer can by that fund which worked very very well for them through the nineties but then what happened is in the early two thousands we get a bear market well they're not going to be as pick his up at that point they're going to they're going to take all the money but that was the period because etf started ninety three they had pretty slow build up but many of those active managers that had used mutual funds on the past now realized that there was this new tool out there ec fs where they're very liquid and they traded day and the spreads were getting tighter and there's more volume there so they're saying fine we're going to begin shifting over there by the end of the bear market and two thousand and three when these same fund managers in the sales people were coming out in say no now they're knocking on the doors and saying we're left abbey back and people are just waving at all right let's turn to etf's everybody hears about tf's some people think of them as synonymous with index funds and there's certainly some index etf's why don't you take me through just the evolution of where these things came from how they were used and we'll just go from there so nineteen ninetythree jim rossa good friend of mine at state street in crew put together the first etf espy y the s and p five hundred tf merely as another way for liquidity for big clients wanted instant exposure that was the whole they never believed it would really amount to anything but as a big bank with large clients it was something that through this new structure where they had a good legal team.
"rossa" Discussed on Mixergy
"All right so you start to build it who build it who who called up the first version so president of my from circle him in the deal that you made him was what what we offered him okay and a little bit of money very little money all yet fifty bucks a week is that what it was yeah so you know what i saw that i thought maybe it's fifty bucks an hour but even fifty bucks an hour look too small but for fifty bucks a week this this developer coded up the first version of your software and so take for that we would say nothing and we're getting soon which again telling visit that was just enough rossa gate you know live basic right now you had a real product and you went back out and you started cold calling schools again cold calling for you meant let literally picking up the phone calling or walking in in the rain coming in drenched into a school we cope holes call the as much defense trying to losses that would follow up which is all down with much and we try and get demo online because we sell overseas news l and yet once the something sometimes all right and you're starting to get sales how long did it take before it was significant sales i started out i'll holy grails we ran matz mr and we so we i think that to don fifteen gay.
Canada to hit U.S. with retaliatory tariffs in response to Trump’s steel tariffs
"This morning rossa k is here with more of america's first news after meeting a atop john yang official in new york secretary of state mike pompeo says denuclearization talks with north korea are moving in the right direction but he still won't commit to a date this is a difficult difficult challenge make no mistake about it there remains a great deal of work to do general kim yang chow travels to washington today to deliver a letter from kim jong un to president trump mr trump spent over an hour offering private condolences to some of the families affected by this month's deadly center fate texas school shooting reporters not permitted to witness the meeting at coastguard base outside houston as eucation secretary betsy devos announced a one million dollar grant to the school district to help with recovery efforts three national civil rights organizations are suing the education department the national federation of the blind the council of parents attorneys and advocates and the end ablaze cpr codefendants they allege new procedures that let the department's office for civil rights dismissed complaints it considers a drain on resources are unlawful at canadian prime minister justin trudeau to the list of world leaders dismayed by the us decision to levy steel and aluminum tariffs on canada mexico and the eu the government of canada is confident that shared values geography common interests will ultimately overcome protectionism but canada now plants countermeasures on thirteen billion dollars worth of us codes effective july first including a twenty five percent tariff on assorted us steel products including railway tracks piping steel sheets a reward of up to forty six thousand dollars is being offered for information leading to the arrest of stephen wiggins the suspected killer of tennessee sheriff's deputy shot during a traffic stop early wednesday the tennessee bureau of investigations released new photos of a bearded wiggins taken tuesday night at a walmart in the dixon area and asking the public to retreat them scientists have created the first three d printed human corneas researchers at newcastle university in the uk did it using a.
Mike Pompeo, Samantha B and Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation discussed on The Mike Opelka Show
"This morning rossa k is here with more of america's first news well gordon secretary of state mike pompeo says there's been progress toward a possible summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un pompeo met with kim confidante kim yong challah who is set to handle liver a letter to president trump today from the north korean leader contents unknown a twenty five percent tax on steel and ten percent tax on aluminum from the eu mexico and canada into the us started at midnight canadian prime minister justin trudeau objected strongly calling the tariff center front to our two nations military alliance the european commission is vowing to bring a case before the world trade organization and impose impose duties on us imports their reward for stephen wiggins is up to forty six thousand dollars police say he's the suspected killer of tennessee sheriff's deputy fatally shot during a traffic stop early wednesday the tennessee bureau of investigation says despite receiving hundreds of tips there have been no confirmed sightings of wiggins considered armed endanger highly anticipated job statistics are eligible for the markets open economists expect the us added one hundred ninety thousand nonfarm jobs in may up from one hundred sixty four thousand the month before the employment rate is forecast to stay at three point nine percent denmark's the latest e you country to ban fullface avails mainly this will affect muslim women wearing a niqab or burqa amnesty international calls the voter discriminatory violation of women's rights but the justice minister says being able to see each other's facial expressions is of value in denmark to sponsors pulled their ads from full frontal with samantha b after the host used of vulgarity to describe ivanka trump on the show wednesday night be apologized as did her network tbs and the philadelphia zoo is working with police to locate three peacocks still missing since stalling traffic along the nearby busy schuylkill expressway wednesday night the zoo says peacocks have roamed off its property in the past but always turned for escape this time but one was found dead on the highway likely struck by surprise vehicle i like that zoo i haven't been in awhile since the kids were younger that's a good zoo the philadelphia zoo apparently some people haven't been back in a while either.
"rossa" Discussed on The College Draft with Ross Tucker
"I think it might seem that yesterday i have to check on that what about the will see for the rams yeah i should also mentioned to rossa they took john kelly shortly after bonnie alcoholic rockwell if the running back from tennessee reminds me a lot of dion lewis and i i really liked that pick as well i think he's going to be the number two player behind todd gurley this year so keep an eye on john kelly as well but as far as the will see john franklin myers was a defensive line when they took with the thirty fifth pick in the fourth round was another guy who blew up the combine and that's that really kinda put him on the national radar i think when you look at this kid though it's a lot of traits and you want to see more from the film comes from a lower level of competition stephen f austin but at two hundred three pounds he ran four seven six really quick off the ball when you watch them on film a high motorcade he makes plays up and down the field sideline to sideline he's got to get stronger he's gotta play with better pad level i think he's got the develop into something into an explosive in syria russia on sub package he's just not there yet i think that with time he could be a nice player though what about the undrafted jim for the rams yeah this was to me as was tigray scales from indiana i was a little shocked that his teammate chris covington went before him in the draft i know some people weren't necessarily surprised by that but i thought that this kid was a better player overall than covington even though covington had better size and i think that's why ultimately tigray scales fell out of this draft was he's six foot and a quarter he's two hundred and thirty pounds he's got ta.
"rossa" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Yeah yes exactly well i i i'll tell you i mean with the money that the networks of making and the revenue that's been generated off the college football playoff and the unbelievable success it that i mean at least make it a reasonable for fan i mean i i need to hundred bucks okay i jimmy dino the last time you went to an nfl game it's been a while because then she let me let me say this couple years ago in a city with an nfl playoff game and i being i had to go so i asked a friend and he found me some tickets and he had to go through a lot to get me tickets and i bought two and i i was speechless i mean you're talking about breaking the bank for an nfl playoff ticket and college football just following them up because they know that there is a heavy supply and demand and they will get you is it right no but the average guy has been out priced for pretty much all sporting events that's why he spn has done so well thank you you're listening to the paul finebaum show podcast so much talk about and we're anxious to welcome into the program and eager to say hello to rush dellinger from sports illustrated now but he spent so much of his career in louisiana covering the tigers and rossa thanks so much for your time i want to start a couple of stories to talk about but i wanna start with the impact of billy cannon on that state of course the great billy cannon passing away on sunday good afternoon and anxious to hear what he what you have to say about that.
Fox, Fox Disney and Stella Artois discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Looking a lot better on wall street today than the we saw the big losses yesterday we'll have those numbers in just a moment first years rossa k sky tv and it's thirty nine percent on her twenty first century fox offered to sell the sky news channel to walt disney to address british regulators concerns about sky news independence from fox disney's looking to expand its international footprint but so's comcast which made an offer for sky in february stella artois has issued a voluntary recall of some of its eleven ounce bottles that may contain pieces of glass it covers less than what percent of its.
"rossa" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"That's zepa dot com get the great sleep you need and deserve dan rossa infra stephen eight eight seven to nine three seven seven six till threes stern here on espn radio hello i'd like to deposits to checking fate is a fickleness dot future is uncertain okay and what's my account balance the horizon is cloudy i long catches void with great barrel look i get it a pass lip or something you fortune bank teller surprising what's not surprising how much you could save by switching to geico i see yellow eyed serpent and in apr geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more you're listening to the stephen smith show podcast i two of spring from one eight hundred flowers dot com or finally here right now you can order thirty assorted tulips from one eight hundred flowers for only thirty dollars to order go to one eight hundred flowers dot com slash e s p n dan rossa hanging out in for stephen aid today on a friday march the twenty third eighty eight say espn eight eight eight seven two nine three seven seven six jay bilas will join us coming up at the top of the hour go through the remaining twelve left in the nc double a tournament but i want to switch gears here and talk a little nfl draft and i tweeted this out yesterday i think it was yesterday but i mean i wish the nfl just get here ready can we just like press a button somewhere and fast forward to april the twenty six or whatever day it is the nfl draft rolls around i mean i cannot stand all of the speculation all the back and forth what's this team going to do how do they value this quarterback versus this quarterback i mean let's just get the draft here already mean we had some fun with free agency we had a lot of movement and it seems like trades are happening each and every day.
Putin campaigns in Crimea, snubbing the West ahead of Russian presidential election
"And i think we can expect some response then quite likely at least the number of british diplomats to be expelled from russia as you say the russia perspective is straightforward one they deny any involvement and yesterday or the united nations when they were discussing this measure the security council embassador went even safaris accused the british of somehow cooking up this whole scandal in order to tarnish russia's reputation i had the world cup in june so russia's acting right to finally blaming britain and accusing theresa may of staring up relations and they can expect a response tony how does the rossa election this weekend building all of this does that mean that vladimir putin may have to take an even harsher line then perhaps he would have done otherwise i mean from putin's perspective of course it plays very well domestically he's wrapped himself in the flag presented himself in his campaign slogan as a strong president heading a strong country and standing up to the west defiantly plays very well with domestic russian audiences so we we can expect from.