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"scott bernstein" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:50 min | 4 months ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on WJR 760

"Welcome back to the guy Gordon. Show it is Monday, July 27th 2020. The reason it's been so quiet on the guy going show today is our phone lines are down. We did not realize this, but now we do so our first guests we're not able to call it in right away on. You were not able to call in right away. But what you can do to join this show. The guy Gordon show today is you can text us at 1 808 5909571 808 59 Zero W. J R send us your texts and we'll read them over the line and we will communicate that way. So we will get the show going. We want you to be a part of it on. Joining us now is Scott Bernstein. Scott is the editor and the CEO and the founder of the gangster Report. Scott, thanks for being a good guy, Gordon show. Thanks for having me, Kevin. So this week I understand is an anniversary of the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa. Is that correct? Yes, it is. We have to hit this every July 30th of the last 45 years. And it wouldn't be a Detroit summer since 1975. If we weren't talking about a new dig for Hoffa's remains, and it looks like that will be happening in the next couple weeks down in New Jersey. And so tell. Tell our listeners a little bit about this because it seems like every four or five years we have Ah, new tip a new lead. The FBI thinks this might be it or least enough that they're they're goingto actually dig and look for evidence. And now this new information comes from a respectable source, which is, I guess why There's so much attention to it. Tell us a little bit about the lead and where it comes from. Yeah, well, let me just first say that you know the the urban legend or the mythology, the mystique that surrounds this disappearance and murder. You know, it's it's historic its iconic I don't think there are any unsolved murders in American history that that equal this in terms of notoriety and interests so You know, In some ways we're we're lucky that are us Metro Detroiters have this as kind of embedded in the fabric of our city. But, you know, it's a crazy case that you know the mythology seems tto. Feed off itself on DH that leads us to where we are right now in in July of 2020 Dan Moldea, who is the really the seminal researcher on Jimmy Hoffa, and I call him the godfather of Jimmy Hoffa, research and history. Has no he believes he has pinpointed the location to where Jimmy Hoffa is buried. And it is in Jersey City, New Jersey, at a former site of a landfill, known as the PDP dunk in it was owned at the time that Hoffa disappeared in the summer of 1975. By a organized crime figure out of New Jersey by the name of Philip, Brother Moscato and brother Moscato was a top lieutenant off Tony Provenzano, who was the mob figure that Jimmy Hoffa was going to meet at the markets. Red Fox at Telegraph in Maple on the afternoon of July 30,075. Where he vanished from and Tony Provenzano's guy. Rather Moscato, according to Moldavia sources was in charge of the burial and that Hoffa's body was put in a gateway transportation truck somewhere in Oakland County and driven To New Jersey and disposed of at that Atlanta All of the other digs have all been in Michigan. To my knowledge, the it doesn't seem to make a lot of sense that if Hoffa disappeared at the Max Red Fox at 15 and telegraph that they would take his body all the way to New Jersey it it's possible, obviously, But does it make sense to you? Or does it feel more like this is another story that people have left behind? For the FBI to follow up on? You know, I remember one agency and nothing makes the The Mafia. Happier than watching the FBI sale and another effort to try and find Jimmy Hoffa. There was the perfect murder. And you know these these guys, these Detroit mobsters that were in charge of According the details. Frankly, they take a lot of pride in it, and they fooled everyone and this wild goose chase that's been going on for 45 years, and that's really what it is my opinion. People running around looking for something that probably doesn't exist Really? Planes. Why the Detroit mob is the No. The hive, the league of the Mafia or the Cadillac of the mob. Because they are the creme de la creme day. They could do this better than anybody, and I were Going on about 100 years of the Detroit mob. Roughly the monitor Detroit mob's been around roughly since 1920 there's never been anyone convicted of a game and homicide on the Detroit mob. Uh, for for the last 89 years, you gotto other cities around the country and get Dozens of guys in the March family there's that had been incarcerated. You convict the murder Detroit So I have a Ph. D in my murder, and that's why they were given the responsibility. That'll said I respect Forces. Coming from Dan Moldea is having a reputation. He really literally wrote the book on Jimmy Office. And.

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"That's going on until 5 a.m. Tomorrow morning from the W W E J 24 hour traffic Center. I'm Katie. Double The Double D Day News. Radium, 9 50 now the Acura other forecast from meteorologist Carol Eriksson. Very pleasant whether through this evening and skies no worst thing clear to partly cloudy overnight. It will be on the comfortable side for this time of the year Low 63. Very nice day tomorrow. Partly sunny skies Low humidity High 84 Patchy clouds tomorrow night Low 67 in a mixture of clouds and sunshine on Wednesday is the humidity increases High 87 watch out for a few showers and thunderstorms late Wednesday night, which could be strong and gusty. Partly sunny skies on Thursday with a shower or thunderstorm. High 83 very warm and steamy Friday under a good deal of sunshine High 87. This is AccuWeather meteorologist called Erickson BJ NewsRadio. 9 50 76 degrees. Now in Detroit. You work from home, make sure to catch up with the latest Corona virus developments. Favorite W W J on radio dot com For tune in news Radio, 9 50 W. J Postcard using helicopters and boats now to look for a man who went missing. Unlike Michigan, in South Haven last night, Coastguard Executive Petty Officer Matthew Been says one man was swept off a pier and rescued when someone threw him a life ring. Another person Wass in the water from the beach. And that is the person that we are currently looking for. He's identified as a 20 year old from Lansing. White boy. Rick, one of Detroit's most notorious crime figures, will be a free man after 30 years in prison. Friends and family say he risked his life to help the FBI convict some of the city's worst drug kingpins, and investigative journalist Scott Bernstein says it.

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:26 min | 5 months ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Child home safely. Anyone with information as to call please. To call 911 White boy. Rick, one of Detroit's most notorious crime figures, will be a free man after 30 years in prison. Friends and family say he risked his life to help the FBI convict some of the city's worst drug kingpins, investigative journalist Scott Bernstein says Doesn't stop there. They prostituted this 14 year old boy. And sucked him dry for information. And then when they got all they could get from him, and he had outlasted his worth to them. They threw him into occasion through the K way and hope that he stayed there and rot the rest of his life. Despite that, federal investigators tell the Detroit News he was ranking drug lord in one of Detroit's roughest neighbourhoods also gel in Florida. For an alleged car scheme that he ran out of prison. Several 100 Detroit probably schools students attended in person Summer school classes today despite early morning protest that stops some bosses from going on. The roots superintendent, Dr Nikolai Vitti says he was more encouraged. After seeing the operation today after visiting schools I left feeling we made the right decision as school district I offer face to face learning, and we're going to continue to offer it for the next three weeks as long as our employees are willing to serve our Children. Did. He says About 500 students were in 20 schools, and he expects the numbers to grow. He called it sad that 75 students who need a bus to get to school couldn't go, he says due to the protests. Search has resumed on Lake Michigan in South Haven for a 20 year old Lansing man in the lake last night. Coast Guard Saint Joseph Executive Petty Officer Matthew been says Multiple coast Guard agencies are looking for this man Reason small boats assess of 45 small response boat and then we're also using the heroes as well. Jin says waves were 4 to 6 feet. Last night. There was reportedly a red flag warning, he says another man was swept off a pier and rescued when someone threw him a life ring. Michigan having a warm summer last Thursday, scientists say the average surface water temperature was 75.3 degrees, setting a record for the month based on 26 years of record keeping. Summer Hi is 75.6 degrees recorded in August of 2016. The air temperature in Travers City topped 87 degrees for 11 consecutive days, according to the Midwest Regional Climate Center. One of Ford's most important new products in the in years, the Bronco and it's going to be unveiled tonight. This will put forward into a niche. It hasn't been in for awhile, rugged off Roaders. The timing of this launch very important, says Ford chief operating officer Jim Farley. Bronco comes at a really important time for the company. Where we're addressing our costs in North America and launching brain new products that will grow the business Broncos main target Jeep isn't standing still Today, They showed a concept of a Wrangler with a V eight with a hint that it's something that could go into production. Jeff Gilbert. W W. J just really go 1950 Well Jack Sports coming up in two minutes. Corona virus coverage on W W. J News Radio 9 50 sponsored by triple And There's no bigger industry in Michigan than the outer votive industry. This is John McElroy tune into W. W. J each weekday morning at 5 43 6 53.

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on Shattered: White Boy Rick

Shattered: White Boy Rick

07:26 min | 11 months ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on Shattered: White Boy Rick

"In May of two thousand four. Police pulled up floorboards in northwest Detroit. Freud home but we did not uncover any evidence relevant to the investigation on James Hoffa in twenty twelve lease dug up backyard in Roseville. Say it has no credibility at all in twenty thirteen acting on a tip from our boss. Tony's really the FBI Doug on a forum on you'll road in Oakland Township all day long. The HOOPLA grew and grew once word spread. The date for Hoffa's remains had begun this again coming up empty. Why have there been so many seemingly credible tips? Scott Bernstein says it's because the Jack Aloni pros there's launched a campaign of misinformation to cover up the perfect crime so I believe the Jack Loney brothers were incredibly proud and they really war the fact that they pull this crime of the century off so successfully they really ward as a badge of honor and they really got their kicks out of tweaking people about it and you know my research tells me that. They launched a disinformation Asian campaign. From nine hundred seventy five and into the two thousands when they both passed away where they would you know intentionally tell thirty people thirty thirty different things and both billion. Tony knew that they were. They were tweaking they were they were gas lighting eighteen. Let's focus on three possibilities number one Scott Bernstein and Keith Corbett former assistant. US Attorney have come to the same conclusion. Okay rhenium Traumat- Hamtramck is widely known for police bakeries. But that's not why we're here. Today does not not much to see here now but this used to be eight. Two one five Moran in Nineteen Seventy Five. It was a model trash company. It was called central sanitation. It was owned by two Detroit mob lieutenants Peter Fatality and Jimmy Clause Rhino and they had these gigantic compresses for cardboard where they compress impress. Three four five tons of parboil at one time in shredded down to little pieces of paper and people were not thinking in one thousand nine hundred seventy five of DNA EH so full body in there. Just get crushed up in into pricing. A couple of months after half disappeared the place burning down. What a coincidence coincidence and you know the people in the insurance policy paid off you know and Everybody was happy then will dare has done his own research and says there's no way. The body was disposed of its central sanitation. Essential Sanitation was dismissed by the FBI in a Nineteen seventy eight in a very open statement. Where the FBI said this is not what we believe? We check this out and we have completely rejected. The central sanitation theory possibility number two a new character enters the story. A small time on criminal named Donovan Wells who died this past year in two thousand six and FBI search focused on a farm in Milford Michigan once owned by Union Leader and Hoffa enemy rolling McMaster Donovan Wells and his wife lived on that farm. Back in nineteen seventy five on the day of the murder Don Wells wife Ana. She's at the farmhouse. She's in the kitchen and she's washing dishes looking out towards Pontiac Jack Trail and she sees two cars come streaming out pontiac trail make a hard right into this dirt road into through this dirt road which goes all the way into the back of the farm and don well sold the FBI at the back of the farmer. These guys was a pre dug hole redouble so Monica Wells sees McMaster and she tells him a story talk about cheese. It was a strange thing. These cars came roaring up at McMaster. He said he basically threatened her. You know blondes. Who talked to you? Brush don't get old. You know so. He made some crack of it at one time. Donovan Wells was represented by a lawyer named named Jim Ellesmere. He says wells told him a similar story on July thirtieth nineteen seventy five in that farmhouse kitchen with his wife. Donovan Wells was convinced he saw Jimmy Hoffa's body getting buried. He observes out the kitchen window of mcmasters farmhouse. A Eh Beckel digging and then awaits sheet and Abbadi dropped into the whole. I believe that Hoffa was murdered on that. I think the cars roaring up. I think that was those were the death was those were the death. Awful is one of those cars and he was murdered the F. B. I.. Dug Up that farm and found nothing but Dan Mold Daya throws an interesting wrinkle into that episode. He says Donovan in Welsh showed him a diagram of the farm with the exact location of that whole worry claim to have seen someone dump a body a diagram the FBI used to pick their spot for the two thousand six excavation. And I'm looking at. I'm looking at Dan's diagram. The Got South in North Mixed up the barn was over here. They dug the averted the they adverted the NAP. The diagram that dod had dropped for them didn't bring him up from lexicon and they dug in the wrong place. Does that mean HOFFA's body might be buried on that farm and Milford Modena's says he now believes the body was is there originally but that it was then taken to a landfill in New Jersey operated by a guy named film of Scotto Mascot was a soldier in the East Coast Genovese crime family and he told Dan Moday about a day in nineteen seventy five when his friend Hitman. SALGA LEO holed up in a truck doc. And I'm sitting with till on his front porch. Got The tape recorder on. And so he tells me on tape that the gateway truck pulls up at his thumb and he and sal ago the fifty five gallon. Drums and Burien tells me that I was ready to what he says is ready to shut the to Australia to take taper her like like a football and put it under my arm my car and get out of there before this guy realized what it said to me and so I got to know Phil I got to know film Escada now. He gave me information with the frequency of a kosher butcher handing out pork sausages. But he gave me some stuff he told me he don't Jackal Oni basic as. He was driving the car..

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on Shattered: White Boy Rick

Shattered: White Boy Rick

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on Shattered: White Boy Rick

"And how about this eerie connection between Hoffa and Jack Ruby. The guy who killed Lee Harvey Oswald Oswald quote. The committee confirmed the existence of several contacts between Ruby and associates of Hoffer during the period of October and November number. Nine thousand nine hundred sixty three including one HOFFA aid whom Robert Kennedy had once described as one of Hoffa's most violent lieutenants and coke doc regardless of these and any other findings no charges were ever brought in the Kennedy assassination. Um but it doesn't end there. Jimmy Hoffa also allegedly tried to recruit a corrupt union boss from Louisiana named Ed hearten to bomb bobby. Kennedy's home in an interview with journalist. Dan Moldavia ed part and shared details of a conversation. He said he wants had with Taufa. Now it's a little hard to make out the words but Parton says Hoffa was asking him to get some plastic explosives flowed. ooh I warned when all the Barney that damn that's all up and I said you mean the kids to he said that's that's right now what you had. I AIN'T GONNA be no part of that kid being killed. He says Hoffa Hoffa didn't care that Kennedy's kids might be their conductor. Your affairs is the head of a allowed union. I think as an American teen six four prosecutors brought new charges of jury tampering against Hoffa the key government witness this time ed pardon to the end off denied it all even even by manufacturing as he did Liberte lies just store shootings creating Abe elite when I had something to go at the jury tampering. If there was such in the midst of legal troubles Hoffa was still hard at work within the teamsters union just three months prior to the jury tampering charges. He had gotten the master freight agreement signed in Chicago which he considered the high point of his career rear. It guaranteed standardize protection and benefits for more than four hundred fifty thousand over the road and local drivers a later that year. He was convicted of jury tampering and sentenced to eight years plus an additional five years for fraud in his misuse of the Union Pension Fund. HOFFA's rain over. The teamsters union was finished. As for Bobby Kennedy. He resigned his position as attorney general and never recovered from the devastation of his brother's murder. I went up to talk to him. Say Goodbye this. Is Robert Blakey again. who was the chief Counsel Council on the House? Select Committee on assassinations. He also worked very closely with Bobby Kennedy in the early sixties and and the hand was like Fish and his eyes were not there. I mean we had a nice. Little compensation cannot left but it wasn't the same person who had conversations with about cases on March seventh nineteen sixty seven Jimmy Hoffa checked into the Lewisburg Federal Penitentiary in Pennsylvania. He vowed he would return and somebody would pay the price. Shattered is produced an edited. By Zach Rosen and Jeremy Allen now. If you'd like to help support our show will become a member of shattered plus for just three ninety nine a month or twenty five dollars a year. You'll get exclusive access to bonus episodes of office you'll also get our regular episodes without ads on this week's bonus episode. We're bringing you a live. I show that we did back. At the beginning of December it was a kickoff event for this season I interviewed former assistant. US Attorney Keith. Corbett as well as journalist analyst. Scott Bernstein. We did the event at Andaman Restaurant in Bloomfield Township Michigan which in nineteen seventy five. was the Marcus Red Fox. The last place Jimmy Hoffa was seen to hear my conversation with Corbett Bernstein and to get access to a whole bunch of other bonus episodes join shattered plus today go to shattered. PODCASTS DOT COM to make it happen next week on the show. Just because I like you. We're going to publish a bonus episode in this fee. We'll take a look behind the curtain the JFK assassination. You'll find out why the FBI was more focused focused on Kennedy's car than his murder. And then the following week. We'll bring you episode four comeback Hoffa's battle to regain control troll. The teamsters is on but some players he worked with in the past. I've got pretty comfortable with Frank Fitzsimmons. Who Hoffa installed as president just to keep the seat Moore expert listening? We'll talk to you soon yeah.

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Elizabeth Palmer has more aircraft are being rerouted around the volcano today. And so our boats, which aren't being allowed within three miles of the island that the volcano sits on Krakatoa major eruption and the resulting to NAMI took place on Saturday night. But it's only now that we're getting a really comprehensive picture of the damage the destruction long Indonesia's coastline goes on for miles where the tsunami smashed through homes communities and resorts phone video captured the moment it's swept through a rock concert. Killing all, but one member of the band seventeen their stage later washed up on the beach. Police and rescue crews are still combing remote areas helping to evacuate stranded residents. The disaster agency estimates that more than twenty thousand people are now in shelters as for the volcano Krakatoa. It's been active on and off for weeks. It is still belching dust and smoke. So the sky around it is a no fly zone. Indonesian? Authorities have also banned anyone from going within half a mile of the shore in case a fresh eruption causes another tsunami. Heavy clouds are making it hard to see the volcano. But new radar data confirms. What volcanologists suspected that? Saturday's eruption sent the entire southwest side of the mountain plunging into the sea. Meanwhile, the rescue effort is being slowed down by bad weather believe. A lot torrential rain this in an area already devastated by flooding from that sue NAMI about CBS's. Elizabeth Palmer reporting WBZ news time twelve fifty to their concerns. Now from some lawmakers in consumer advocates that the New Mexico Canada trade agreements is a boon for prescription drug makers and the bane for those who need cheaper medicine. Consumer groups worried that the deal would keep generic copies of prescription drugs from hitting shelves for at least a decade in a letter to the US trade Representative the group said that if left in its current form the agreement will keep drug prices high in the US, which will hurt patients job creators workers and taxpayers when Democrats take over the house in January. They're expected to demand changes to the trade deal that CBS news correspondent, Alison keys could be an early release now from prison for white. Boy, Rick WWE as Sandra McNeill reports. Richard were she's released eight from Florida prison has been moved up and. Until November of next year, but author in Detroit crime mystery and Scott Bernstein says where she could be free sooner than that. Us going in front of a clemency board in Florida, which will consider letting him out early. You should get that opportunity in the next couple of months, so rescue scenario could be out by mid two thousand nineteen worst scenario probably by two thousand twenty where she was the longest serving nonviolent juvenile offender in Michigan when he was released to a Florida prison last year, he serving time there for a stolen car ring. Supporters claim his long sentences are due to a conspiracy over his informing on some high profile people in Detroit, including police officers Bernstein says it's unusual that the Florida sentence was not concurrent with his time here in Detroit, Sandra McNeill, WW J, NewsRadio negative or.

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Details from WW J's. Zara Uber would happen Christmas Eve around eleven pm McComb county sheriff's deputies were called to a home in Washington township when they say. Man. And a woman were arguing deputies say the man identified as fifty two year old Lawrence Kosta shot the fifty three year old woman several times then shot himself. He was pronounced dead. While the woman remains at the hospital in critical condition. Three other men who witnessed the shooting were question. Mino- charges are being filed. The Herbert w w j NewsRadio nine fifty to the west coast, California sheriff says the suspect in that shooting death of a police officer is in the country illegally. The Stanislas county sheriff says the thirties have identified that victim who is still on the loose. But didn't name him, corporal. Ronald sing of the small town Newman police department died when shots was shot by the suspected drunk driver. Sing did not try did try to shoot back to defend himself closer to home a federal lawsuits, alleging breach of contract against the city of Warren, and it's police department. It has been taken personally by police Commissioner Bill. Wire it is. And I think if people do that. You'll have the lawsuit. It it's it's saddening to me that I was named individually in this lawsuit. And then the allegations that are legend lawsuits, which are totally Andrew filed Wednesday in US district court deputy police Commissioner Matthew Nicholls currently suspended without pay is suing to get his job back with back pay. An investigation is ongoing. As Nichols is accused of using excessive force which sparked the current suspension w w j news time five thirty four white. Boy, Rick will make a new plea to get out of jail at a clemency hearing expected in March. His attorney Ralph Masili says Richard worship has already served more than thirty years much more than those. He informed on craft who had was admittedly, a paid assassin for the drug gangs. I did it to thirty murders. He got somewhat less than eighteen years. Crime. Historians. Scott Bernstein, says worship informed on some influential people. Rick was also dating Coleman Young's me from that. In some ways it like a surrogate daughter Tacoma Neo and Rick ended up turning on her as well. And the mayor exerted a lot of authority and had a lot of people doing a lot of his bidding. I for my research for what I believe well after he was out of office. And well after he died where she is serving time in Florida for running a stolen car ring behind bars in Michigan. It's new legislation to refund defendants in civil cases where the finding is against the states. The government is going to pay the lawyer fee of that citizen. So everybody has equal access to Justice state. Representative of phase what they're doing is wrong, and they should have known. It was wrong. Then the government should pay for your lawyer to defend you citizen in Michigan. The Iron Mountain. Republican says some residents spend thousands of dollars defending themselves and flippant lawsuits. And never see that money again. WWE J news time five thirty six a wet conditions this afternoon for that drive on this Thursday. We'll be checking in with KT, traffic and weather coming up next..

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

09:40 min | 2 years ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Our camel X preview show as we get ready for the NHL season. We talk a whole lot of blues a whole lot of central division and a whole lot of Western Conference. We thank Scott Bernstein from national perspective for joining us last hour. Also, Scott powers who covers the Chicago. Blackhawks and Pete Weber the voice of the Nashville predators. We get ready for not just the season. But also tomorrow night's opening game the blues and the jets at enterprise center at seven o'clock what a year it was for Winnipeg as they got all the way to the conference final after beating Nashville in the second round. And then fall into the Vegas Golden Knights and joining us from TSN covering the jets is Sarah or Leschi, Sarah. How are you? Welcome to Saint Louis in happy hockey eve. Well, happy hockey eve new as well. Thanks so much for having me on looking forward to being able to talk hockey a lot now. Yeah, we are excited as well. And man what a way to start. I know the blues are excited about getting Winnipeg in the building tomorrow night. And certainly I think when you talk about the division in the west Winnipeg Nashville right at the tip of everyone's tongues after the incredible run last year after what Winnipeg is built over the last few seasons. What's the excitement level? Like what are the expectations like for the jets going into the season? I think that expectations are sky high certainly think when you hear so many prognosticators speak about how they believe that the jets are very much Stanley Cup contenders. And in some cases favorites. By some in order to win the Cobb. I think that people are very excited about it. Having had a taste of it last year. You remember that last season? It remember that that was only the second time that the jets had made the playoffs since relocating to Winnipeg. So for that franchise to get back and then go on the run that it's being on. Plus not have that many changes in terms of their roster. I think that people are very excited at what the season could hold. Yeah. What was the key to some of the continuity, and with as many young talented players as the team has how have you seen not just last year this year, but kind of the plan laid out by the organization and by the front office to keep these guys intact and make sure that you know, they're red around the top of the west for for years to come not just this season. When the franchise relocated to Winnipeg. And it was very bare when it came to prospects, there weren't a lot other than really bench rot and think of many that have been able to come up that were drafted by the Atlanta Thrashers that weren't already on that roster when the team relocated. And so they've done a good job. And always about drafting and developing about was going to be key for the Winnipeg Jets, and it's a model that they have stuck to the entire time. And it's paying dividends now. And they've been able to have a number of their key players refine. It was a they were disappointed that they weren't able to refine pastas me, but they have a number of other players that they've been able to and they've had players that have bought into this idea that once they've had the opportunity in seen this plans start to come to fruition. And to pay off that they're wanting to be a part of it. So you saw last season you saw Brian Little Nikolai dealers refine and do their. Extensions. And then this year Connor halibut Blake Wheeler resigned, which was a very big signing for this. Because there was a lot pay a lot put on the fact that you had not just your captain resigning. But that you had an American player that said, yes, I want to continue to stay in Winnipeg. And so they've been able to they've been able to keep that core that Nucor together and the window although in this day and age of the windows never as big as it used to be there certainly there in the window right now in order to win. And they they have the pieces in place now at least on paper. They do. We'll see if they're able to translate it just like they did last season. But they've certainly have stacked stuck to the process. They've been very patient and it's starting to pay off for them. Obviously Patrick line one of the most dynamic players in the league. How have you seen him grow over the last couple of years? And is there a ceiling for a player like that? Especially with the talent that's around him. Era. There's so much expectation. I mean, we're talking about it for the team as a whole but for Patrick line eight people do see it as being the sky's the limit. Because there are he doesn't just score. But it's the types of it's the shot that he has the type of goals, but she can score that find their way onto highlight reel than one of the things that I appreciate so much being in the media about Patrick line. Is that his willingness to speak frankly with us? Is just a breath of fresh air because there is nobody that is more self aware, or at least willing to share it with us then Patrick line. A he will call us beta fate, if he's not playing well, he will be the first person to say that he needs to pick up his game when he assessed season from last year, he said that he didn't really get going until January. And so this season he's hoping to get going lot earlier. He's dropped wait. He's tried to get quicker which was never something that he was no enforce so tried to get faster continues to have that great shot, and we'll see how it's able to translate. But his goal was to be able to not only work on his defensive game. But from a point production and offensive standpoint, he wants to get going earlier on in the season, and that can only pay off for the Winnipeg Jets if he's able to imagine that for a player like him to the sky could also be the limit in terms of just his role within the league and marketability and doing as much as he wants to do I know on the ice is always the focus, but it can you? Give us a little bit about his personality. You said he's very Frank very honest. But how has he taken to the fan base that community and vice versa? He's being wonderful. And it's really being a breath of fresh air because I find that a lot of the Winnipeg Jets players this marketplace are very guarded. And you don't get to see a lot of their personality when you speak to them off camera. If you get to know them a bit that they've got these great personalities that we just don't get to see and one of the things that line a and same with Nikolai healers who his best friend, but you see their personality shine through. They're not afraid to joke around with the media. They'll give some sarcastic answers, and they'll just they'll try to be funny with it and be a little bit lighthearted and with respect to the community. He has embraced it and the community has obviously embrace him. But in his first year known to show up at showed up at a young fans birthday party that has sent him an invitation and just things like that. You just hear so many positive stories about him when he does interact with fans, and so just that appreciation for him can. Continues to grow. And I think that this is a good fit for him. And appears to be so far he likes the community. And like I said the community, obviously, especially with what he's able to do on the ice and that superstar status, but he he is certainly being embraced by the city of Winnipeg. Well, you'll probably learn about as much as you can about the team over the first week or two of the season in Saint Louis in Dallas on Saturday home against the kings and in Nashville week from Thursday before a nice long homestand, Sarah. But, you know, we talk with Pete wherever the voice of the predators last hour, and he said that you know, that series last year one of the best series. He's ever seen been a part of just how good was that series. And just what do you expect from the jets and Nashville, I think most people consider that, you know, they're the class of the division, and and potentially of the Western Conference. Yeah. That series against Nashville was an unbelievable series. And I know that new people felt that it was disappointing that that's what we saw in the second round. And that seemed more worthy of a conference final than it did than it did that round. But it was a great series and all of their regular season games. Palmer is always called them high event game. They were always high scoring. There's always a lot of action going on in the series lived up to it as well their goal that were scored in bunches, and it was just this back and forth and the emotional toll. But it took got everybody that Jacobs rubel said afterwards that I think that when they finish that Nashville series to go from the high that they were on it so quickly to have turn around and Klay Vegas. Just a couple of days later, but it took so much out of them. And I don't think that they were really able to recover, but it's always the types of games. But if it's on TV, you don't wanna miss it. Because there's always gonna be something that happens in those games. And they just for whatever. Reason they batch up so well, and I'm anticipating more of that this season. And I wouldn't be surprised if once again, it became a second our playoff matchup that we saw. But it certainly it was one of the most entertaining series that I've had the opportunity to cover over the years. And I think that it certainly lived up to all of its hype and billing zero Leschi from TSN covering the Winnipeg Jets, again should be a heck of a year and looking forward to getting things started tomorrow night. We'll see at the rank. Thank you so much for joining the center preview show. Sarah appreciate the time. My pleasure. Thanks so much for having me. We'll head west to Denver in the rocky mountains next Ryan s Clark of the athletic joins us to talk. Colorado Avalanche still to come as well this hour a perspective from the Minnesota wild. And the Dallas Stars. That's coming up. It's our Cam likes blues in NHL twenty eighteen twenty nineteen preview show Christianity with you. Betta Boyd our executive producer, Mike Anderson in house as well. And we're back after this with more hockey talk on your. Home for blues hockey, kmox..

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on WJR 760

"Seven sixty WJR. We're looking at a movie that opens this weekend called white boy, Rick. It's about Richard. Where she junior grew up on the east side of Detroit became involved with the FBI with guns with drugs, you name it and Scott's on the line. And so is Kevin Dietz over channel four with the defenders. Who's got this great podcast going where he talked with something like what Kevin maybe twenty people in and around were she's life, including here that you ran Thursday night, his sister dawn, and one of the questions is what prompted white boy, Rick the continued to get involved to get the buying and selling drugs in tipping off the FBI. I believe the money the drug dealing. I believe it is like a sickness. He knows more. You get the more you want. You just you know, it's like sort of like someone who has a gambling addiction. They wanna jackpot, but it's not enough. They need a bigger one. They need more. You know, they had the Mercedes. They need a bigger Mercedes. You know when I was at the screening on Thursday night. Kevin was that who was crying through? I think probably the last half of the movie it was you know, that had to be very traumatic for Don. I mean, her father passed away two thousand fourteen her mother's very very ill. Here. She is for the first time I've seen this movie in a public theatre with a lot of people and she's portrayed as a as a serious drug addict. And looking at a bigger than life, Matthew mcconnahey plane, her father, and I you know, it had to be very emotional for obviously, it was very difficult, you sobbing through much of the movie, and she was she was upset, you know. And and and she she feels like the movie should have consulted her. They should have contacted her. They should have got a hold of other family members to find out what their version of the story was they've they wrote the movie based on Rick story, the director met with Rick imprison as well they they wrote the start based on on his version of events. And so she was Sepah. She again, she was there last night and watch the movie, and and she had no problem watching the movie last night, and we interviewed her again last night. And she you know, she was much more. Composed. I think a lot more of the movie, and she still has. A lot of problems with it. She actually thought, you know, from removing standpoint, it was an interesting movie, but they she just feels like got a lot of it wrong. And it didn't have to be that way. If they had involved more people who were close to the story in maybe we don't have much time left Scott Bernstein, but one of the stories that seems to unfold is the FBI using this teenage boy to buy and sell drugs and give tips to who the gangsters were the bottom line was trying to get the mayor somehow some way at the time Coleman young because. Go ahead. That was the end game for that federal task force. They wanted to jam up Johnny curry who was the biggest drug dealer on the east side who was married to Coleman Young's niece, Kathy Wilson, and was one of the more politically connected dope. Boys a Detroit history, and they figured by Nalen Johnny that they would flip him and Johnny would give him the mayor. And they figured that the ends justify the means. And and to that to that effect they recruited a fourteen year old boy out of eighth grade. And and you know, at the end of the day, white boy, Rick the urban legend urban myth that is way way. Rick was was bought and paid for and and groomed by the US government and Kevin it finally gets parole. What last August? But he I don't know if this game in the movie he finally gets paroled from the state of Michigan. But he has to go down to fly. Florida where he's also now imprisoned again for dealing with stolen cars and that happened back in two thousand and six so even that. While he was in prison. He was doing crimes. Dot dot ORG is raising his kids out here. He has three children and daughter, she is raising kids, and she's she needs the money, she's broke. And so he meets a car a guy in prison. And he says, hey, I got these guys selling cars, you know, they by the Florida cheap and sell the country for more money and make good money. Your sister can make some money this way. So Rick sets them up and Don has ten cars and delivered to her house, and she starts selling them, and she buys one her mom buys one. And it turns out the cars are stolen, and they say, they they say look wreck, we're going to chart your mom and your sister, or you can plead guilty your choice, and he was advised not to plead guilty because there's lawyers thought he could beat that that charge. You know? And he said, I recollect my mom and sister take this and he was in for life anyway at the time, and so he he took the play and there was a five year felony. And now he's serving that time. And and I'll tell you what most people who get jammed up on something like that. It's it's it's the. The time counts for both crimes. But in his case it wasn't. They said, no, it's when your data Michigan. You get to go to Florida and certify four years, and that's what he's doing right now. Nonviolent crimes crimes are thirty one years in county. So when you do about that way, you look at guys like boot craft who you know, who to killed thirty people and off told numbers of people who get outta parole. Every day. It really speaks of the of the political nature of this case. And a lot of ways, you know, a big chunk of Rick's incarceration. He he could be categorized for political prisoner. He was doing. Time for for for. For the crimes that he did when he was seven such a complicated story. Thanks for trying to straighten it all out Scott Bernstein, film consultant and Kevin folks want to get a hold of that podcast that you've been working on. Now. What are they do if you know how to do podcasts? You just go to wherever you get your podcast. The sex bar white play Rick. If you don't know how to do that you can go to whiteclay Rick dot show, white boy, Rick dot show. And it's all right there on your phone or laptop. And I got an e book coming out. That's a compilation of all my writings about him the last ten years. We'll we'll do that. When it comes out. Let me know Scott. Did you you gotta thanks for getting up with us this morning. The other news going on you ask on the Saturday morning. The pay attention here. Seven sixty WJR news are meadowland Landreau. WGN news time seven thirty five. Currently sixty seven degrees. If one Detroit city official gets her way the price of a parking ticket. Well, get a little cheaper right now. The price of a ticket forty five dollars city council. President pro tem Mary Sheffield is proposing to lower the fine for expired meters and parking and no parking zones from forty five dollars to thirty dollars. And if the ticket has paid off within ten days discounting it by fifty percent Seth felt will present the parking ticket endearment to the city council later this month along with other legislation. She plans to announce on Monday, Bob, Evans farms is recalling its pork sausage links products due to passable plastic contamination that according to the US department of agriculture about forty six thousand seven hundred thirty four pounds of pork sausage link may contain pieces of clear, hard, plastic. By Bevan's discovered. The contend contamination after receiving consumer complaints. We call. It products were produced on August. First and have the establishment number E S T sixty seven eighty five. If you have any of the above products consumers are told to throw them away. Immediately consumers with questions can contact the company at eight hundred nine three nine two three three eight New Jersey is one of several states that launched investigations into the Roman Catholic church in the wake of a scathing report in Pennsylvania documented of decades of cover-ups of predatory priests. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum says investigators in the Garden State has since been inundated with calls from people reporting abuse the phone has been ringing off the hook at the New Jersey attorney general's office for the past week a special hotline set up to report abuse by priests received a very high volume of calls. It went active when the AG's office launched an investigation into allegations. Of sexual abuse within the Catholic diocese of New Jersey. A spokesman for the division of criminal Justice said they had to add more staff to the hotline to deal with the calls and some reported multiple victims of abuse. New Jersey's AG said the high call volume shows the need for a national hotline for people to report priests who sexually abused them. I'm Steve Kastenbaum w DR. News time, seven thirty seven checking, traffic and weather. Good.

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Mystery in dearborn involving bones found data construction site dearborn lease called out to the old post bar on michigan avenue near monroe street after workers found the bones while digging at the sites contractor involved in the project says crews were digging to put in a drain when they found the human bones in a box work has stopped while police conduct an investigation and local mom historian and author says the post bar in dearborn has an interesting history scott bernstein says it was co owned by freddie giordano giordano was indicted in nineteen ninetythree on accusations that he put out a contract our contract on strip club tycoon l markowitz but bernstein says he was acquitted of the charges and he doesn't believe there are related to the discovery they'd probably date back fifty or sixty years and it has nothing to do with more current incarnation of the post bar at that site but you know who knows bernstein says he doubts jimmy hoffa would be buried under a restaurant in dearborn but adds you'd never know w w j news time one away with traffic and weather together on the eighth and tracy's 696 has certainly been a busy spot here today continues even though we do have some good news because the accident that we've been watching their the rollover has cleared along westbound six ninety six woodward but still keeping an eye on a moving work crew westbound six six from greenfield to orchard lake the right lanes remain closed as well through the triple a jam cams watching the right lane closure westbound six ninety six of the exit there to southfield road also the work continues eastbound six ninety six at drake now over to westbound i ninety four the blue water bridge and earlier accident blocking the left lane remains there you have delays coming into the us and another accident here westbound i ninety six of the davison right shoulder blocked on the entrance ramp and the.

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The fifteenth where is the time going 2017 i'm stephanie davis for w w j newsradio nine fifty some nice weather in the detroit area to start the weekend a shower or thunderstorm though likely later sunday the complete accu weather forecast coming up thank you bob opinsky eighty 66 degrees out city airport and sea to the west there we are at sixty four degrees this time around that is we'll check traffic and weather together coming up at four oh eat w wjr news time 405 live distracted driving may have been the cause of a crash that killed a woman and a fiveyearold child on us 23 yesterday the monroe county sheriff's office says a 27yearold man was driving a pickup truck southbound near summerfield rolled while distracted when he rear ended a hyundai atlanta being driven by the thirty five year old woman oh from ohio the woman has then was then forced into the rear of a toyota's alara as both vehicles came to rest the man's pick up then collided with the fourth vehicle the woman and a fiveyearold child who was in the backseat were both killed in the wreck police do not suspect alcohol was a factor an investigation is ongoing after spending nearly thirty years in prison on drug charges rick were she known as white boy rick has been unanimously granted parole by the michigan parole board but he's not getting out of prison just yet the the story now with w w j legal analyst charlie lent and he's out sort of effort nearly thirty years in prison richard were she junior was granted parole by the michigan parole board but he's not gonna be out of michigan anytime soon he'll be going to florida the earliest faculty released from custody repeating it august port authority would it make arranged the compaq him off that's holly kremer of the michigan department of corrections worship will have to go to florida to serve out a sentence for a cartheft scheme conviction scott bernstein as a reporter who has followed the case for years he says bruehl should have come a lot earlier them friday in the.

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"One news station newsradio nine fifty two on the good afternoon thanks for joining us on friday its july the 14 th i'm greg bowman for w w j newsradio nine fifty beautiful start to the week gamble see if he showers and a thunderstorm on sunday the leader of the forecast coming out right now cloudy skies and seventy nine degrees at metro will check out the forecast for the weekend traffic and weather the the eighths w wjr news time four three after spending nearly thirty years in prison on drug charges rick worse she better known as white boy rick has been unanimously granted parole by the michigan parole board but he won't be getting out of prison just yet the story from wwe j legal analyst charlie linked to he's out sort of after nearly thirty years in prison richard were worship judy was granted parole by the michigan parole board but he's not gonna be out of michigan anytime soon he'll be going to florida the earliest trick faculty released from custody repeating it in august or authority would it make arrangements to pick him up that's holly kramer the michigan department of corrections worship will have to go to florida to serve out a sentence for a cartheft scheme conviction scott bernstein as a reporter who has followed the case for years he says pearl should have come out a lot earlier them friday in the last decade were a lot of workers choline behind beam known to keep him walked up a lot longer than you need it up he or she is forty seven he's been in prison since he was 17 years old charlie langton w j newsradio nine fifty wayne county prosecutor kim worthy creating a special unit to look at possible wrongful convictions worthy says it is not in response to any rash of bag cases but it no prosecutor wants to keep an innocent person behind bars worthy predicts the overwhelming majority of wayne county convictions will still stand up in may detroit man in prison for 25 years was released after tests showed his mother's gun could not be linked to a 1992 murder knew this afternoon a number of emergency vehicles responding to a crash on the city's north.

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"That he committed as a teenager earlier we spoke live to a reporter and friend of where she scott bernstein could drink kind of undisputed in an an and your come out pretty clear and we were out in the last decade there were a lot of work with choline uh behind theme you're not the cuban walked up a lot longer than you need a degree on pain ferguson grow your former uh politician police officers and so forth that uh perpetrate by bernstein called were she's parole a rainbow at the end of a horrific three decades gouami kilpatrick making news again in an effort to get a new trial he says it he i had a heated argument in other words a fight with his defense attorney during the time of his trial who threatened to call the police on him as the two were chasing each other around a table your wwtn legal analyst hurling turlington certainly if an attorney has a physical altercation with his client that might be grounds for a new trial he was convicted of racketeering and other charges was landed him in prison and for twenty eight years mike redeye he represented codefendant bobby ferguson in the kwamakhutha better tribe this is the first time that he's heard of a fight that you have a situation looked out with your clients and clients threatening bodily harm or whatever you might wanna bring it up judges or texan but redeye says it should have been brought up five years ago the judge ruled then that there was no conflict of interest no new date has been set for decision on the new trial generally lijun w j newsradio nine fifty the supreme court is scheduled to hear arguments on the travel ban when its new term begins in the fall and as things stand now exemptions are possible for certain refugees as well as for workers accepting jobs in the us students enrolled in american universities as well and lecturers that in that.

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Dow is up sixteen this is cbs news wash never stops on detroit's number one news station radio nine fifty good afternoon and thank you so much for joining us on this beautiful friday it is july the fourteenth and i'm jackie paid for seventy seventy eight newsradio nine fifteen pretty nice weather fruits of moral dinner shower and heavy thunderstorm earlier out sunday the complete accu weather forecast coming up right now at detroit metro airport it's partly sunny and seventy seventy grease seventy wtmj news time is now wellknown three it our top story on wwl uk after spending nearly thirty years in prison on drug charges rick were she known as white boy rick has been granted parole by the michigan parole board scott bernstein a friend of worship and a reporter joining us live and w w j following the announcement i mean the truth hit her her rainbow at the earned barilla artists are horrific rejected of raw of encouraging men and and i think he he could it back you know acting you laugh i would pay refill at forty years he he can do an iron for something it wasn't a crime in victor and that map the import bernstein says it's pretty clear that where she was kept locked up at a longer then he earned a lot longer than he should have been paying for the sins of a lot of former politicians police officers who felt betrayed by him new this may day governor rick snyder assigned a fifty six point five billion dollar budget capping months of work with lawmakers on the state next spending plan the republican governor signed the bills in grand rapids he.

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"More than twenty years for ordering a botched gangling shooting that resulted in the death of an innocent bystander during the heyday i didn't know there was kellyanne mafia wow meant make a good deal one of them they're already caught history channel exposes during his heyday i crowley also had a reputation as an enthusiastic supporter of the detroit sizeable cul de and community who helped new immigrants get settled and start a business you probably prayed on them when former mayor dietrich komen young gave hussain a key to the city in nineteen eighty corral we organized antihussein protests outside sacred heart catholic church on seven mile and this is deep stuff if you're from the trigger lewis crowley is a very complex figure in history of detroit a says the author scott bernstein who has written several books about organised crime in detroit defending who you ask you'll get a lot of different opinions about him he was a lightning rod some people in the cal dean community passionately love tim certain members of law enforcement passionately hated him crowley who is being held in louisiana federal facility that was arrested me twenty second as part of an immigration sweep that netted more than one hundred cal dna iraqi natives incriminate criminal with criminal records whom the united states illegally so uh this the reason i mean getting into this is this speaks to the those that are saying wait a second your rounding up cal deeds you can't send them back they'll they'll be murdered turns out scout the is that the running up are criminals much lick them as thirteen i am till proven otherwise at that's the deal left the deal right they're not just going in had hazarbal yanking cal deion's other house there were nikolic come here off you're on the edge catch we second crashed architects right.

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on Life of the Law

"So this is this is june fourteen twenty twelve the memo line says regarding the legal and ethical issues of human op trials six months into saleh may many of the mpa members are still bitter about how naomi ended and the worried the same thing will happen to them again at the end of this trial so scott bernstein their lawyer sends a forceful letter to providence healthcare the relied on a mostly something called the helsinki declaration they're not allowed it's not allowed to take the medicine away if add study judd works her a person the government can't take it away from the world medical association's declaration of helsinki it's basically the magna carta of medical research ethics and it says if researchers can't continue and effective treatment after a trial they need to provide another appropriate treatment option and at the end of both studies the researchers offered only methadone a treatment that everyone in the study had already failed multiple times over across town clinic dr mcdonald is concerned he says he doesn't want to seize patients lose access to prescription heroin and be forced into a treatment program that he believes won't work and so he tries another option we started applying to half canada for through the sap special access program for compassionate access to die said morphine health canada's special access program allows doctors to prescribe unlicensed drugs to patients with lifethreatening conditions all begins writing up the requests each fall includes the new me study results and build the past history of the of the patient will whether they've had overdoses requiring was education within our can of the jail late charges how many ah at related infections hep c h abeele all of those things with this dossier's just like a litany of personal tragedies slick that sounds like a difficult document to right.

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"scott bernstein" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"scott bernstein" Discussed on Life of the Law

"The surgery has been a success but the patient is dead that's how i felt there was no joy of publishing in the new england gentlemen's snow joy idle in the weeks and months after naomi tobin starts looking for others who participated in the trial she wants to start a support group it was called denial me association of pay sh patients we wanted to get everybody in name only to come to meetings returned figures of illegal angle to the whole thing so is without a legal case you know that we should be suing somebody i this is dave murray murray's another participant in a new trial he sixty six years old and worse big glasses health together by tape of as a young man dief says he lived in chicago where he got into some legal trouble he told me about that no either way to a a varied life and some of the some of that i'm not that proud of the zone that i don't often like to talk about in the he has been regression the new me patients association were npa meets every saturday at local drug users center becomes a con a support group the member sometimes referred to themselves as survivors of the study to me that was really important and in particular moving like what what other research study in modern times are participants describing themselves as survivors of the study this is scott bernstein and among british columbia lawyer and working on drug policy issues primarily now bernstein works of pivot legal society that's not for profit social justice law firm he begins working with the npa social justice lawyering as a bit different in i think we at at pits are we really.

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