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"san francisco jerry" Discussed on KGO 810
"Nikki Maderas HBO, and we're talking about London breeds, brother. And the letter that she sent to Jerry Brown trying to get his sentence reduced. He's been in prison since two thousand five convicted for murder and armed robbery manslaughter is murdered. Just so if you when I say, murdering, I don't say manslaughter, it's it's a form of murder second-degree murder manslaughter. I would be murdered and a lot of it's all about intent in this particular story, he pushed this young woman out of the car after a Bank robber. I mean after a robbing a Johnny rockets restaurant and she got hit by a car. She was on the side of the road. And we don't know if you jumped in traffic, or she was laying according to the chronicle the article the officer that was chasing them told her to get up, and she continued to lay there, and then was actually hit by a drunk driver. The guy driver that hit her was arrested for DUI. So, but when he when you because I ended there's a NBC article it said that she got into the road, but he dumped her and she was he pulled over to the duffers owner. Or whatever I'm trying to find the exact wording. Yeah. And she remained in the roadway. And then she got hit by a kayak. And so this this is a one inbreeds brother is in prison for forty four years. And she thinks that that he's made good, but you know, possession of heroin robbery. This murderer is is that last caller said who made inference when you commit a crime in another crime in the act like murder in the act of of a felony that can be I think, that's a special exception. And that's what you get the death penalty for although nobody gets put to death in California anymore. Nonetheless, got forty four years. He wouldn't be eligible for parole normally for another fifteen years, and the I guess the real question is. A should he be let out and we put the whole African American experience in there too that, you know, would this be would be this? You know, there's so much to the story. The mayor apparently lied to police at the time of this happened in two thousand by saying that giving him an alibi saying he was on her couch or so I like that. And so that's that's supposed to be a crime when you lie to police. So maybe she did it in a way that we intimated that something was there. She was asleep on the couch. Where was your brother? I think it was he. He was. Was asleep on the couch. She said, yeah. The article and NBC local embassy is saying that that she lied. So I mean should all that play out. I if I had to guess here, I'm going to guess, by the way, you welcome eight hundred eighty eight ten to give us a call eight hundred eighty eight ten I I'm guessing that he's not going to get let out and that what she's doing is is almost a rote exercise as you do for a sibling. And she's in a position of of some influence. I don't know she's necessarily using her influence. I think obviously everyone knows that. She's the mayor of San Francisco Jerry Brown's leaving office. This is the time to ask right? Yeah. But I. I what what would make you. I mean with all those extenuating circumstances. Robbery murder heroin, and the fact that London breed lied for him at the time. Why would if I was brow-? Why would I let let him out? Well, I I would I would assume, and I've never looked over any of these cases, I think you could probably find a lot of extenuating circumstances for any of the cases the Brown or any governor is asked to commute because that's the whole point of writing. The letter is like they haven't finished serving their time. All these terrible things have happened. But please look at his liquid his or her life and grandson clemency. That's the whole point. Apparently, I was reading some place. He has taken some classes to better himself. I also heard last year he got in trouble for possession of heroin in jail or in prison. But who do you know who knows the story about that? It's prison. I don't know. I'd I would know. Here's the letters. I know you though, if that was your kid God forbid, if it was any if it was yours, you wouldn't write the letter. No, no, no. I'm saying if you were the mother of the girl that was kicked out of the car. Feelings on both sides. I would want him to die in that prison. Right. You killed my daughter or what you did lead to the death of my daughter. Well, I can I get when you put somebody out of a car in traffic. I think you can you say that killed I think that's why I got charged with murder. Pushed her in traffic. And even if she won't get out of the road. She might be we don't know she's gonna hit her butter there. He doesn't get hit by a car. Absolutely. I, you know, I just try to I'm trying to give London breed the benefit of the doubt because of the she did exactly what anybody would do in her position anybody or not you could have written a letter a year ago. Absolutely. But now is the time where he's making the decisions. Yeah. Yeah. I guess she can work written is six months ago Cam Cam, you wrote a letter for someone who was in prison. It's my name is actually Pam, and yes, I get it. Write a letter from my brother that was in prison, but he was coming up for parole. So if she is writing the same kind of letter for her brother that is coming up for parole. I can understand why she would be doing that if she's writing and because she's the mayor, and she's just trying to get a little nepotism from Jerry Brown, then that might be a different situation. But when a person is coming up for parole they have to do a parole package in the package. They need letters of support from family members from you know, clergy from schoolteachers from all kinds of things. So at that point. That is maybe why she's doing it? Because he may have had a sitting was forty four at the end. But maybe it's sixteen to forty four. You don't know what it is for sure that's a good point. I mean, it doesn't say any of that it only says forty four but at the same time I mean, whether he's coming up for parole, or is it a last-gasp before Brown's out of office. I would do either. I mean, I would always have written a letter. You know what I mean? Mayor not in. Yeah, she's mayor but her brothers in prison. I mean, do you just like it'll look bad. Exactly in her bedroom, which in prison before she was mayor exactly this letter was probably if it is a part of a parole package. I can almost guarantee that it's been in for at least a year and because it has to go through the parole board. It has. Perot? She's trying to get clemency trying to get the governor to commute the sentence. Yeah. Some sort of combination. Yeah. So at either rate of family member would be. Wanting they would want to hear letters from family members. Yeah. Which is a trust me. It's not an easy literature. Right. It wasn't easy for me. Because my brother went to prison and should have gone to prison for what he did. But he also served has time to do that in order. I just think a Sandra McNeill. I think is the mother's name. And you know, I mean, this guy's been in for thirteen years and she's lost her girl. I'm now, let's be you know, her girl was no was not innocent in this. You know, she was part of the robbery, right? Died regardless. No, no. I mean, again, you have to bring in all these extenuating circumstances. The fact that she was part of it doesn't make it any less. What he did? It doesn't doesn't excuse what he did. And he should serve time for that. Now if he's been a model prisoner and he's up for parole. And so he won't be he won't be up for parole for I think another fifteen years, I think you gotta serve like more than half the sentence of of the forty four. It says here. Yeah. And yeah, he's not he won't be up for parole for a while. So that she just wants she wants to the outgoing governor to for your help for your brother who's not eligible for parole for fifteen years. And I mean, governor Brown has been really good about, you know, looking at parole packages and releasing people that have done good time. So. I don't know if it's true that he had a heroin possession in prison just a little more than a year ago. I mean, it doesn't sound like good time to me. It sounds to me like, yeah. I agree with you. Hey, I been there with my brother. So I question how long has your brother been out out for two years doing, right? Is now a a software engineer. Wow. Good. Crime for. Yes. It was actually murder. Oh, well, how long did he serve for murder? Seventeen years. Oh, that's good to hear any turned his life around. Now. That's awesome. Senate. He watching there. He was a different person. I both know he still uphill for him. It's hard. I mean, it is exactly because he asked me questions all the time. When am I just going to be known as so until a software engineer, and I said, that's how you introduce yourself. You don't have to introduce yourself as hey, my name is so and so and I'm a murderer. You don't have to do that. He owns up to every bit of his crime every bit of it. So that's that's the first part. Yeah. And he will anybody that asked him. He will tell them about what happened. He doesn't deny anything. And there isn't a day that he doesn't walk this earth. That is sorry for what he did. Pam. Thank you so much for sharing that I know. That's not easy. Thank you so much. That's saturday. See phone.
"san francisco jerry" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A bit of, overkill it does better for the police presence to be overkill then to not be prepared again for a second year city officials. Did reverse one of the. Weekends more controversial planned closure After parents complained they let the kids water spray parks. Stay open after all for NPR news I'm, Hawes Spencer in Charlottesville Congressman Chris Collins. Says he's suspending his reelection campaign the New York Republican was indicted this week for insider trading, and has pleaded not, guilty former coal. Executive Don Blankenship isn't giving up his bid for a West Virginia US Senate seat Dave of West Virginia public broadcasting reports Blankenship is challenging the state's denial of his application, to run a, third party campaign blagent filed the paperwork this week with the state supreme court to challenge the election law the West Virginia secretary of state's office blocked his. Bid last month to runs the constitution party's nominee election officials made that decision based on the state's so-called sore loser law the. Law prohibits candidates who lose a major party's primary from being on the ballot for an unrecognized party of the same race Blankenship who finished, third in the Republican race for Senate. Has noted that certain aspects of the, law went into effect after the may. Primary the former Massey energy CEO's. Spent a year in. Federal prison for, conspiring to violate mine safety. Regulations at a mind word twenty nine men died in two thousand ten explosion for NPR. News I'm David this stage NASA says it will try again tomorrow to launch the Parker solar, space probe it's now, rescheduled for three. Thirty one AM eastern time the rocket carrying the sun bound probe was supposed to blast off early this morning but NASA has Nick Waldman says the launch was scrubbed when, an alarm went, off as we picked up the count at t minus four got into terminal count the team received a gaseous helium rake pressure alarm that kicked them out. That was what you heard the hold hold hold on the countdown net was for the team is evaluating that and looking at. It unfortunately we didn't have enough time this evening to go trouble sheet that and try again for a launch Nick Waldman speaking to the, BBC this is, NPR From ABC news I'm Jeremy Siegel a San Francisco Jerry. Has awarded two? Hundred, eighty nine. Million dollars in damages to a former school groundskeeper who says that Monsanto's weedkillers gave him cancer care with Minnesota shea was in the courtroom when the verdict was heard. And Marissa. The lawsuit was brought by Dwayne Johnson who was a groundskeeper for the Venetia school, district. For four years what can you tell us about him. In the claims you made him court well Johnson's forty six years old and a, father of three he's got non-hodgkin's lymphoma which was diagnosed. In twenty fourteen and the trial was actually expedited because he's expected to die before twenty twenty during the. Trial Johnson's lawyer said that in, strap as a keeper Johnson's sprayed round. Up twenty three times a year and sometimes. The wind. Would blow and cover his face and skin with the week killer and so-. Monsanto's, maintained that round out safe and argued that Johnson and his lawyers were cherry picking scientific data as, it suited them is that right. Yeah that's right Monsanto says that the active. Ingredient in roundup glyphosate is safe for humans and doesn't cause cancer but Johnson's attorneys pointed out that the World Health Organization does classify the chemical as quote possibly carcinogenic to humans the jury yesterday found in. Johnson's fever, and said the company probably should have provided a label on roundup warning consumers that the week killer could. Be a potential health hazard and Johnson was the first in what's reported to? Be, several thousand cancer patients suing Monsanto does his win have. Any effect on those, cases no so the decision in this case won't affect them but it is being seen as a sort of. Test case and other juries followed this decision it can have a huge impact on fair which bought Monsanto in June. Because roundup is a really popular we killer there could be potentially a lot more lawsuits. If the plaintiffs keep winning and representatives from Monsanto say they plan to appeal so there's much more to come with this.
"san francisco jerry" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"There are some other solutions he says the prison pipeline, making sure that the black and Brown communities like the, South Bronx have the resources. They need, to be able. To get to college people to have success with jobs feature. It to make sure I did. Get their hands, on their political agenda, says former student David Hogg it's not about electing Democrats, publicans it's about flipping district morally corrupt individual Morley just individuals Four going out to. Register voters here they took a bit, of a, sauce, a break It's also meeting planned. With mayor de Blasios in the South Bronx Steve birds WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty San Francisco Jerry has ordered Monsanto to pay a California man nearly two hundred ninety million dollars after I found the company's weed killer roundup caused his cancer groundskeeper Dwayne Johnson. Was the first of several hundred patients to take agriculture giant to court over its products jurors found Monsanto acted with malice and. That the professional grade roundup pro Johnson used at work substantially contributed to his, non-hodgkin's lymphoma Monsanto denies and that though world's, most widely used herbicide causes. Cancer and says decades of scientific studies have shown the chemical be safe for human news the company says it will appeal gusty winds continue to drive a wildfire through the Cleveland national. Forest south of Los Angeles and are still struggling to keep the, flames away from homes the man accused. Of causing what has been named the, holy fire Fire was arraigned Friday and the proceedings were unusual there were several uh first arson ally fifty one year old forest Clark is accused. Of felony arson and of making a threat to terrorize just allegations Yes.
"san francisco jerry" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Landmark ruling could, affect two thousand, similar court cases a San Francisco Jerry ordering agrochemical maker Monsanto to pay two hundred eighty nine million, dollars in damages to Dwayne Johnson a former groundskeeper who claims the. Company's weedkiller caused his terminal cancer so hopefully this thing will start to get the attention that it needs to get rice to make a good choice. On Santos says it will appeal, it was expected that an Oakland California judge would accept the plea deal of two. Men running the warehouse were thirty six people, died in, two thousand sixteen, fire but says ABC's Alec stone Eric Alameda who is paying to rent out the warehouse would serve nine years in jail max Harris who was running the legal living space and. Concert venue would get six, years but in an unusual moment the judge rejected the plea deal and. The case will go to trial the. Judge echoing the sentiments of victims families saying the proposed nine year sentence for Al Mina was. Not enough associated Trump campaign adviser Roger stone has been held in. Contempt of court Refusing to appear before a grand jury in the Russia investigation Andrew Miller's attorney is, attempting to challenge the constitutionality of Robert Mueller's appointment as special counsel. Prosecutors are expected to rest their case in Paul manafort's financial fraud trial Monday says ABC's Andy Field it's not clear why but the judge suddenly recess. Court in the Paul Manafort trial, Friday he gave the jury and unusual order not to talk about our research the. Case and that they should assume Manafort is, innocent until, both sides present, all the evidence the next step the defense will present their witnesses it's not clear if Manafort will testify the case could go to the jury later next week a Nevada inmate. Convicted of attacking a couple, with an axe handle in their bedroom in nineteen Eighty-four is now accused. Of killing four people with a hammer. In two suburban Denver tax more than thirty years ago police say routine search of DNA data. Pieces connected the man you're listening to ABC news have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boss and saying i quit and how would you like to commute to work without ever.
"san francisco jerry" Discussed on WRVA
"Could. Affect two thousand similar court cases a San Francisco Jerry ordering agrochemical maker Monsanto to pay two. Hundred eighty nine million dollars in damages, to Duane Johnson a former, groundskeeper who claims to. Companies weed killer caused his terminal cancer so hopefully this thing will start to get the attention that, it needs to get rice the flows can make a good choice Monsanto says it will appeal. It was expected that an Oakland California judge would accept the, plea deal of two men, running the warehouse were thirty six people died. In a twenty. Sixteen fire but says ABC's Alec stone Eric Meena who is paying to rent out the warehouse would serve nine years in, jail max Harris who was running the illegal living. Space in concert venue would get six years but in an unusual moment. The judge rejected the plea. Deal and the case will go to trial the, judge echoing the sentiments of. Victims, families saying the proposed nine Near, sentence for Al Mina was not enough associated Trump, campaign adviser Roger stone. Has been held in contempt of court for refusing to appear before a grand, jury in the, Russia investigation Andrew Miller's attorneys attempting to challenge the constitutionality a Robert Mueller's appointment as special counsel prosecutors, are expected to rest their case in Paul manafort's financial fraud trial Monday. Says ABC's Andy Field it's not clear why but the judge suddenly recess corden the Paul. Manafort trial Friday he gave a jury. And unusual order not to. Talk about our research the case, and that they should assume Manafort is innocent until both sides present all the evidence. The next step the defense will present their, witnesses it's, not clear if, Manafort will, testify the case could go to the jury later next week Nevada inmate convicted of attacking a couple with an axe handle in their bedroom in nineteen Eighty-four is now. Accused of killing four people, with a hammer in two suburban Denver attacks more than thirty years ago. Police say routine search of DNA data. Pieces connected the man you're Listening to ABC..
"san francisco jerry" Discussed on KOMO
"Ruling could, affect two thousand similar court cases a San Francisco Jerry ordering agrochemical maker Monsanto the pay two hundred, eighty nine million dollars. In damages to Dwayne Johnson a former groundskeeper. Claims the company's weed killer caused his terminal cancer so hopefully this thing will start to get. The attention that it needs to. Get rice with those can. Make a good choice Monsanto says, it will appeal it was expected that an Oakland California judge would accept the plea. Deal of two men running the warehouse were thirty, six people died in, a two thousand sixteen fire but ABC's Alec stone Derek Alameda who is paying to rent out the warehouse would serve nine years in jail max Harris who was running the legal. Living space and concert venue, would get six years but in an unusual moment the judge rejected the. Plea deal and the case will go. To trial the judge echoing the sentiments of victims families saying the proposed nine year sentence for Al Mina was, not enough Associated Trump campaign adviser Roger. Stone has been held in contempt of court for fusing to appear before, a grand jury, in the Russia investigation Andrew Miller's attorney is attempting to challenge the constitutionality of Robert Mueller's appointment as, special counsel prosecutors are. Expected to rest their case in Paul manafort's. Financial fraud trial Monday says ABC's Andy Field it's not clear why but the judge suddenly recess. Corden the Paul Manafort trial Friday. He gave the jury and. Unusual order not to talk about, our research the case and that they should assume Manafort is innocent until both sides. Present all the evidence the next step the defense, will present their witnesses, it's not clear if Manafort will testify the case could go to the jury later next week a Nevada inmate convicted of attacking a couple with an axe handle in their bedroom. In nineteen Eighty-four is now, accused of killing four people with a hammer in two suburban Denver attacks. More than thirty years ago police say. Routine search of DNA databases connected the man you're listening to ABC news Have you ever thought about saying goodbye to. Your.
"san francisco jerry" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Two thousand similar court cases a San Francisco Jerry ordering, agrochemical maker Monsanto to pay two hundred eighty nine million dollars in damages. To Dwayne Johnson a former groundskeeper who claims the company's weed killer caused his terminal cancer so hopefully disdain will start. To get the attention that. It needs to get rice opposed, to make a good choice Monsanto says it will appeal it was expected that in. Oakland California judge would accept the plea deal, of two men running, the, warehouse were thirty six people died in two thousand sixteen fire but ABC's Alec stone Derek I'll meet Anna who is paying to rent out the warehouse would serve nine years in jail. Max Harris who is running, the illegal living space and concert venue would get six years but in. An unusual moment the judge rejected the. Plea deal and the case will go to trial the judge echoing the sentiments of victims. Families. Saying the proposed nine year sentence, for Al Mina was not enough Associated Trump campaign adviser Roger stone. Has been held in contempt of court for fusing to appear before a grand, jury in the, Russia investigation Andrew Miller's attorneys attempting to challenge the constitutionality a Robert Muller's appointment as special counsel prosecutors, are expected to rest their case in Paul manafort's financial fraud trial Monday. Says ABC's Andy Field it's not clear why but the judge suddenly recess court in the Paul Manafort trial Friday he. Gave the jury and unusual. Order not to talk about our, research the case and that they should assume Manafort is innocent until both sides present. All the evidence the next step the defense, will present their witnesses, it's, not clear if Manafort will testify the case could go to the jury later next week a Nevada inmate convicted of attacking a couple with an axe handle in their bedroom in nineteen. Eighty-four is now accused of, killing four people with a hammer in two suburban Denver attacks more than. Thirty years ago police say routine search..
"san francisco jerry" Discussed on KSRO
"From ABC news John Chuck Stevenson agribusiness giant Monsanto ordered to. Pay nearly three hundred million dollars in damages to Duane Johnson a former school groundskeeper who sued the company saying it's weed. Killer caused his terminal cancer I'm glad to be here to help with the situation after I learned about round up. In in Glaxo's eight and everything I'm glad to be here to be able to help with, a causes way bigger than me Johnson's attorney Mark, Burton this is, a historic. Day when after over forty years of hiding the truth about round up the truth is finally been revealed. By a jury an independent jury San Francisco Jerry says Monsanto should have had a label warning that, the potential, health hazard a state judge in Oakland California. Has thrown out a plea deal for, the two landlords of the two thousand. Sixteen ghost ship warehouse. Fire, meaning the case, will likely go to trial a judge says one. Of, the defendants Derek Meena didn't show true remorse the deaths of thirty, six people White House says a new, book by former, staffer, Omarosa is full of lies in the book she describes the president as a racist, misogynist and bigot and includes example after example of behavior that would seem unpresidential at least. Or in the words of the title of this book unhinged ABC's David Wright the Pentagon confirms Iran fired an anti ship. Missile during last week's military exercises in the strait of Hormuz exercise it concerned US officials because it occurred months ahead. Of schedule but the missile launch was not a surprise since US officials said they had occurred, during previous exercises the top US military commander in, the region believes, he exercise. Was intended to send a message to the US about economic sanctions against Iran that resume this week we. Martinez ABC news the Pentagon President Trump says on Twitter that NAFTA deal with Mexico is coming along, nicely deal, with Canada though not getting the same treatment. As the president, says Canada must wait there Tariffs and trade barriers are far too high you're, listening to ABC news You. Sit at a desk, day sit at. A desk you. Have sales reports they have book. Reports.
US, ABC and Monsanto discussed on Joe Pags
"John Chuck Stevenson agribusiness giant Monsanto ordered to. Pay nearly three hundred million dollars in damages to Duane Johnson a former school groundskeeper who sued the company saying it's weed. Killer caused his terminal cancer I'm glad to be here to help with the situation after I learned about round up. In in
Chemical giant ordered to pay $289M in Roundup cancer trial
"Giant Monsanto ordered to pay nearly three hundred million dollars in, damages to Dwayne Johnson a former school groundskeeper who sued the company saying it's weedkiller. Caused his terminal cancer I'm glad to be here to help with the situation after I learned about, roundup Glaxo's eight and everything I'm, glad to be, here to. Be able to help with a causes way bigger than me Johnson's attorney Mark Burton this is a historic. Day when after over forty years of hiding the truth about round up the truth has finally been, revealed by, a jury an independent jury San Francisco Jerry. Says Monsanto should have had a label warning that the potential health
"san francisco jerry" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Eleven ninety nine three WBZ. I'm meteorologist Britney Hamilton saying some scattered showers in the city of Charlotte. Right now trample Urano to the west and southwest if you're heading toward ash, fuller down near Spartanburg some heavier showers that way it's eighty. Seven degrees now in uptown San Francisco Jerry today's ordered agribusiness giant Monsanto to pay two hundred and. Eighty nine million dollars to a former school groundskeeper who's dying of cancer saying the company's. Popular, roundup, weed killer Attributed to his disease Dwayne Johnson Honda's attorneys after hearing each of the verdicts read aloud by judge Suzanne romo's Bolanos was the lack. Of sufficient warnings a substantial factor in causing harm to Mr. Johnson answer yes lawsuit was. The first to go to trial among hundreds filed in state and. Federal courts saying, roundup causes non-hodgkin's lymphoma which Monsanto denies there were numerous player demonstrations during several. NFL preseason games last night though not during the Panthers bills game the president quickly jumped in tweeting that those players should be suspended without pay here's reporter Aaron Katersky with, more Calvin Smith of the. Jacksonville Jaguars stayed in. The locker room, during the, national anthem is going to be every week but as a man I got to stand for something Malcolm Jenkins of the Philadelphia Eagles raised a fist couldn't really think of A good reason not to the NFL has delayed enforcing a policy that could, result in players being disciplined for certain conduct during the. Playing of the anthem the NFL said it has been engaged in constructive discussions with the players. Union about the anthem and issues of equality. And social Justice Aaron Katersky ABC news New York central Piedmont community colleges new twenty five million dollar advance tech center is complete, WBZ's Joe Glaspie got a tour on the campus of. The. State's largest community college system eighty thousand square foot building associate dean Mike HOGAN gives us a tour unique building and, it really provides.
"san francisco jerry" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"In the national consciousness during major league baseball. All-star game and then, of course the The the. Celebration, or these celebratory nature how would you describe, it when he pitched in Milwaukee which all comes full circle now as he was booed, relentlessly in San Francisco I'm Ari Templeton along with Jonathan hood internet for Freddie and Fitz Simons on ESPN radio the ESPN. App Sirius XM channel, eighty So yeah Josh Hader who pitched in. The all star game was pretty much unknown at that point until some tweets that, he had from years past. Surfaced that were horribly offensive racist homophobic we'll have to go through what they said I think at this point it's pretty well known and then it really took off from. There Jay hood he went back after the break pitched, Milwaukee and had a standing. Ovation after this which obviously shocked some folks and, then after a long homestead ended up pitching in San Francisco of all places and entered, the game to a chorus of boos I guess your overall thoughts. On this especially in light of what happened in Milwaukee and then when you sort of contrast that with what happened in San Francisco Jerry, Seinfeld once said he said that when it comes to fans fans just kind root for laundry more so than people. Laundry. Meaning are wrestle whoever's in the uniform and I think that that was such a great point that he may. Because it's so true about us in sports yes there's so many examples of. Of fans setting aside the personal lives of athletes to just root for the athletes just give me the, big, w because all about winning and for Josh heater I understand that there. Are some people that are upset by Milwaukee fans because for some people they thought well Milwaukee fans clearly are are pro anti gay and pro. Klu Klux Klan I don't, think that that was the case when I thought was. Is that Milwaukee fans are just rooting for anyone that can help them win that's that was my. Thought and they were going to back, him no matter what this is the same. Example I can give quickly about aroldis Chapman recovery were kind of ringing there Hands and consternation kind wondering. While he's involved with domestic abuse should we root for him to get the. Final out and so that lasted four day that kind of controversy and then of course Cup fans were, rooting, for rollers Chapman everyone else because he was in a cubs uniform because. The increase the chances of the cubs winning the World Series there's so many examples of this story but when it comes to Josh hater Josh. Heater Milwaukee of course is, going to be loved it doesn't necessarily mean even though. The walkie is racially divided there's no question about that in that city I've been there I know I have? Family there so I know that's, the case but as. Put that to the, side and just kind of focus on. Fandom fans going to root for whomever to help me win that if that person can help me win a game. Then I'm all for them is Cisco, in a city like that in other, cities around, this, country he, will be booed because they. Understand what he put out there on social media and how. Hateful it was you put on social media. It will travel. With you Yeah it's such a great point Jay hood and you know this, this happens we have to make, this decision a lot in life you know when it comes to the music we listen to or it comes to the movies we like the TV shows the actors we like the sports, you'll the athletes be like right do we separate the art from the person right and that's I, mean that I think is such a bizarre because I think in most cases we sort of pick and choose right we might like some, actors rack says that may You know, that may do morally, reprehensible things. But we're sort of able to put that aside but. Then in, some cases we look at athletes and what they do and I don't know I. Mean it is this bizarre set of. Circumstances where we're forced. To sort of make a, decision? Whether or not you know our our own? Ethics? And morality, and feelings, in general should matter when it comes to the art of these of, these individuals and yes certainly I'm, talking. About art when it comes to athletes as well Yeah How do you think about that, personally in your personal? Life do you separate those two? Things do you separate the art from the? Artist Not all the, time but then again? Maybe I'm from most people but? I have zero tolerance for for domestic abuse For something like that maybe most people don't I'm just. About for me if someone. Is able for the Chicago Bears because I grew up as a, Chicago Bears fan Christian Peter was on that team I mean guy that was. Just a an awful individual to women but yet beers fans are rooting for that guy because he's an. Appears uniform I have zero tolerance for, as your talents for a roles Chapman being in Chicago with the Chicago, Cubs I think, in some cases I can, but in most cases I cannot because to me The they're one percenters the athletes that we cover. Every day the one. Percenters that's just not just in salary but in ability athletic ability they, they do things that we all cannot do where the. Night percent there the one. Percenters which is great is great for them but at the same, time because no one percenters doesn't necessarily mean it there so superhuman and you. Can't and then we can't look at them and say well they just made a mistake no they make. Mistakes like you and I absolutely but, they also can be judged like you and I But this specific example it certainly reminds me of of the John rocker. Situation years ago and it. Was almost the exact. Same, situation where he was cheered, in. Atlanta but then when he played in. New, York. And another places he was booed so it's it's I don't know it's. Funny because it's like in some. Ways it's just history, repeating itself right it's the same story it's just a different person. But, it's basically the exact same story and it's it's just, it's bizarre that it's it's history repeating itself in, that in that context he, he just has to be able to get better from this and be able. To teach others that's what he's gotta do moving forward. Coming up next has Twitter become NFL Walker empoisoned we'll discuss that next on ESPN radio.
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"Hrc called on the united states senate to fulfill their constitutional duty reject extreme nominee several senators seen as possible white house candidates addressed the crowd including cory booker jeff merkley and bernie sanders dozens of immigrant children will be released from detention centers and reunited with their parents today a government lawyer says at least fifty four kids under the age of five will join their parents by the court order deadline only about half of the one hundred or so covered under that order on monday a federal judge in los angeles meanwhile rejected the trump administration's efforts to detain immigrant families in long term facilities calling it a cynical attempt to undo a standing court settlement district judge dali gee said the government had failed to present new evidence to support revising a court order that limits the detention of children who crossed the border illegally judge on monday dismissed the federal government's claim that us law trump's to california laws intended to protect immigrants who are in the country illegally affirming is ruling last week that california was within its rights to pass two of its three socalled sanctuary laws us district judge john mendez rejected the government's argument on two of the laws that the constitution gives the federal government preeminent power over states to regulate immigration the trump administration argued that california's obstructing its immigration enforcement efforts as he did in last week's decision the judge ruled monday that the federal government could proceed with its attempt to block part of a third california's sanctuary law which prohibits employers from allowing immigration officials on their property without warrant so two out of the three there the justice department claiming victory there and finally this morning lawyers for a school groundskeeper dying of cancer san francisco jerry defined agribusiness giant monsanto's widely used weed killer roundup likely caused his disease dwayne johnson's lawsuit is the first to go to trial among hundreds alleging roundup caused nonhodgkin's lymphoma an attorney for johnson told jurors during opening statements monday that his clients sprayed large quantities of it for years.
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"Called on the united states senate to fulfill their constitutional duty henry several senators seen as possible white house candidates addressed the crowd including cory booker jeff merkley and bernie sanders dozens of immigrant children will be released from detention centers and reunited with their parents today a government lawyer says at least fifty four kids under the age of five will join their parents by the court order deadline only about half of the one hundred or so covered under that order on monday a federal judge in los angeles meanwhile rejected the trump administration's efforts to detain immigrant families in long term facilities calling it a cynical attempt to undo a longstanding court settlement district judge dali gee said the government had failed to present new evidence to support revising a court order that limits that attention of children who crossed the border illegally judge on monday dismissed the federal government's claim that us law trump's to california laws intended to protect immigrants who are in the country illegally affirming his ruling last week that california was within its rights to pass two of its three socalled sanctuary laws us district judge john mendez rejected the government's argument on two of the laws that the constitution gives the federal government preeminent power over states to regulate immigration the trump administration argued that california's obstructing its immigration enforcement efforts as he did in last week's decision the judge ruled monday that the federal government could proceed with its attempt to block part of a third california sanctuary law which prohibits employers from allowing immigration officials on their property without warrants so two out of the three there the justice department claiming victory there and finally this morning lawyers for school grounds keeper dying of cancer to san francisco jerry defined agribusiness giant monsanto's widely used we killer roundup likely caused his disease dwayne johnson's lawsuit is the first to go to trial among hundreds alleging roundup caused nonhodgkin's lymphoma an attorney for johnson.
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"Their families of the us southern border will be reunited with their parents today on a judge's order but it's only the beginning of a process in which several other children real nappy reunited with family immediately judge dana sombre deadline to reunite just over one hundred children under the age of five with their parents by today isn't going to be met for everyone most children will actually be reunited ice facilities today but in some cases parents were released and their whereabouts unknown others have been deported health and human services was doing dna tests to ensure kids matched up with the adults the deadline to reunite kids older than five is in two weeks given the amount of confusion and haphazard nece that's happened with this first line we're expecting kind of a mess for the next headland zenon highness peres with the texas civil rights project says as for new families coming in now they're being given notices to appear and released into the country jessica rosenthal fox news federal judge in los angeles has rejected a trump administration request to detain immigrant families together calling the request cynical in an attempt to undo a longstanding court settlement judge said the federal government had failed to present new evidence to support revising the quarter that limits the detention of children who crossed the border illegally lawyers for a school groundskeeper dying of cancer asked to san francisco jerry defined that monsanto's widely used weed killer roundup likely caused his illness dwayne johnson's lawsuit is the first to go to trial on several hundred saying roundup caused them nonhodgkin's lymphoma three people have been arrested for starting a colorado wildfire allegedly leaving an unauthorized campfire unattended the chateau fire and colorado south central mountains as destroyed at least eight homes and burned to square miles several forests in western states have been closed to campers and hikers some of them for weeks to prevent more fun wildfires started by human jack callaghan fox fox news radio baltimore of a break from summertime humidity here across the mid atlantic nice refreshing drop to the humidity for the mid and late week as well even though the numbers are still right at average with upper eighties close to ninety next several days sixty five degrees overnight tonight near ninety degrees for the afternoon but with lower humidity doesn't feel quite as bad as it sounds upper eighties on wednesday with sunshine dry weather thursday friday temperatures in the mid to upper eighties i'm scott lawrimore at the weather channel for talkradio six awac the wcbs studios have brought to you by safe retirement solutions call rod barohi four one zero two six six eleven twenty save for retirement solutions dot com your invited them calling near show stop by.
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"Families of the southern border will be reunited with their parents today on a judge's order but it's only the beginning of a process in which several other children will be reunited with family immediately judge dana sambra's deadline to reunite just over one hundred children under the age of five with their parents by today isn't going to be met for everyone most children will actually be reunited ice facilities today but in some cases parents were released and their whereabouts unknown others have been deported health and human services was doing dna tests to ensure kids matched up with the adults the deadline to reunite kids older than five is in two weeks amount of confusion and haphazard nece that happened with dispersed deadline we're expecting kind of a mess for the next headland china's peres with the texas civil rights project says asks for new families coming in now there have been given notices to appear and released into the country and jessica rosenthal fox news federal judge in los angeles has reject acted a trump administration request to detain immigrant families together calling the request cynical and an attempt to undo a standing court settlement the judge said the federal government had failed to present new evidence to support revising the court order that limits the detention of children who crossed the border illegally lawyers for a school groundskeeper dying of cancer asked to san francisco jerry define that monsanto's widely used weed killer roundup luckily caused his illness dwayne johnson's lawsuit is the first go to trial among several hundred saying roundup caused them nonhodgkin's lymphoma three people have been arrested for starting a colorado wildfire allegedly leaving an unauthorized campfire on attended the chateau fire and colorado south central mountains has destroyed at least eight homes and burned to square miles several forests in western states have been closed to campers and hikers some of them for weeks to prevent more fires wildfires started by humans jack callaghan fox news radio no word in the english language is less convincing than probably are you sure we should get matching tattoos on our first probably stay together probably it's been twenty three minutes since i ate i can probably swim you should wait thirty minutes tell me what to do cannon i have a cramp i can probably hit the green from here probably can i get a mulligan game are you sure you're okay to drive pretty sober i'm probably okay probably okay isn't okay especially when it comes to drinking and driving if you're drinking call a cab a car or a friend buzzed driving is drunk driving a message brought to you by nitsa and ad council.
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"Resumes suspects as npr's ryan lucas reports the defendant is a us citizen the american civil liberties union brought the lawsuit on behalf of an unidentified man who has been in us military custody in iraq for more than two months the aclu is demanding that the us government justify its holding of the american citizen without charger access to a court the man was reportedly picked up by a us allied militia in syria and handed over to the american military he is suspected of having fought for the islamic state the justice department says in court violence thursday that fbi agents did inform him during questioning of his right to remain silent and of his right to an attorney the government says the man has requested a lawyer it adds he has not been question for law enforcement purposes sense ryan lucas npr news washington san francisco jerry has acquitted in undocumented mexican immigrant of the murder of a california woman president trump had used the case to demand stricter us immigration rules you're listening to npr news from washington president trump is poised to shrink the boundaries of two national monument areas in utah duty phase of member station k u e r reports the president will do so next monday during a visit to salt lake city utah's republican leaders say president trump will correct an overreach by two democratic presidents trump's already said he'll skill backed the bears years in grand staircaseescalante national monument together their bigger than rhode island in delaware combined shrinking their footprints would open more land to mining and offered vehicles republican senator orrin hatch praised the move in a video statement i believe the outcome he is planning to annul strikes an excellent balance wherever rebutted wounds critics disagree especially environmentalists and native american tribes that hold the land sacred this weekend they'll protest what they called trump's monumental mistake for npr news i'm judy phase in salt lake city pope francis is in bangladesh he has used the word were hang up.
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"Of the facetime are good the match will be from a position of strength because we do have military option mattis also brushed off news reports that secretary of state tillerson the nation's top diplomat may soon find himself out of a job may not be nothing into david wellnigh npr news washington a san francisco jury has acquitted an unauthorized mexican immigrant of murder and manslaughter charges in the shooting death of a woman mayor twelvemember jury composed of six men and six women finding fortyfiveyearold jose in garcia's urata not guilty of murder and the death of 32yearold cates nine lenah killing the drew national attention stead the jury convicted as riding on a lesser charge of being found in possession of a firearm throat he'd been deported five times when stanley was shot in two thousand fifteen dependence lawyers had argued that the gun went off by accident in a your first for the financial markets add one more to the list dow 24 caved blue trips blasting for the first time above the twenty four thousand mark the dow closed up sharply more than one percent today gaining three hundred thirty one points to end the session to twenty four thousand to seventy two the nasdaq rose forty nine points to close at sixty eight seventy three the sp 500 gained twenty one points to end the session at twenty six forty seven you're listening to npr from kqed news i'm tara seiler as you just heard a san francisco jerry has found her say innis garcia's at at a not guilty of murder or manslaughter in the shooting death of catherine steinle in 2015 we're going to have more on that verdict at 530 this afternoon house minority leader and san francisco congresswoman nancy pelosi is calling on representative john conyers to resign the longtime michigan congressman is facing a health house ethics committee investigation into sexual harassment claims on sunday pelosi was asked if conyers should step down she said then he was entitled to due process in should wait for the investigation to unfold today she says she has learned more but didn't give details zero tolerance means consequences for everyone no matter how great the legacy it's no license to harrass or discriminate in fact it makes it even more.
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"A twenty percent chance of showers and thunderstorms overnight lows upper 50s 60s partly cloudy tomorrow tempts low to mid 70s at the beaches 80s for metro la and orange county any mid80s to around ninety in the valleys and 90s in the i e right now it's 70 six in irvine it's 82 and canyon country 74 in long beach and seventy nine in pasadena we lead local from kfi's 24hour newsroom i'm debra mark john and ken show janko bell can shampo kfi am 640 welcome everybody welcome to the show we'd like to talk about next hour probably heard you didn't near on the news tomorrow in san francisco jerry brown's cosigned that gas tax increase bill and we're not talking about the one from april yhorities signed that one we're talking about cap and trade vote with our friends on the couch republicans trade themselves for jerry brown sixty three said gastax 63 said judge gas is going to go up in the next three and a half years there had hardly being reported at all it's five times the tax they raised in april five times and they got the big boost from the republican party so you have it's theft the help they needed to get over the top of being savon the simply republicans voted for it and it's almost a week later in chad mays whose from yucca valley north of palm springs is still the assembly leader in the air for the republicans the minority leader even though he engineered seven republican votes for this massive gigantic carter folks it's it's just discussed the republicans are gusting because they're liars you know the democrats come in fullbore for taxes they do what they say they're going to do the republicans terribly deceitful and dishonest we'll talk about that apparently at this ceremony tomorrow they're bringing in schwarzenegger to to celebrate there you go to we're gonna see the republican assembly people up there were schwarzenegger and jerry brown ed kevin daily on then i wouldn't be surprised at all who's those representing the people there were getting hit with the this is their six hundred dollars per driver per year maybe 1200 dollars for a family or more 1200 dollars a family in gas taxes and you're gonna see all the leaders of the last ten years up they're.