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"terry demille" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:20 min | 9 months ago

"terry demille" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Number things to get, too. We'll talk to Terry Tamayo or home. But I'm saying that correctly, she writes for the Enquirer. There's this new lead program with law enforcement and people dealing with those with the opioid and heroin addiction issues and in the midst of this pandemic Which is pretty horrific, actually, which has turned everything upside down. As you know as well as I do at this point. It's zoo. Tough thing, Um, just dealing with, you know life is we know it at this particular point in time. So, uh, you do what you can to the best of your abilities. Generally speaking. Uh, this this is a weird deal, and we'll find out exactly how this opiate would issue is because what's gotten lost is the abuse and the overdoses and a lot of people self medicating whether it's boozing it up a lot or smoking out or whatever, because they can't get out of the economy is in such a struggle. Or maybe they've lost somewhat or been sick or know people that are sick. Or whatever else he gets deep, so we'll find out exactly what we're looking at in the tri state because across the country numbers of abuse on problems dealing with substance of Substances of taking a back seat as far as the news coverage to a point because it's just such a calamity with this pandemic and cove in 19 from the Sarge Cov two on that disease that causes with a respiratory issues. Thankfully, most of us don't get it that badly on, but fortunately still, we've got a whole lot of people who've lost their lives on. You're gonna be struggling with this s O. We'll find out where we stand on that with Terry after 10 30 report. In a little bit later. I'm curious about this because I mentioned going out for New Year's. And sometimes people will just troll you. But it is that I'm being you're responsible because I asked about people going out for the holiday. New Year's Eve. And in most off after 10 is going to be shut down anyway. There, people will probably be having parties. But I wasn't encouraging that I want to clarify something. But then it leads me to something that could be a topic of conversation. So knowing what we know, and it was a guy earlier called and I want to say his name was Jim. But I might be wrong. So if not sorry. You know, good conversation. Then he mentioned the fact that he thought this whole thing was political dealing with the pandemic. And I, you know, tell that to people working, taking people to the hospital or somebody's got relative sick or the person you know, around the corner for me who's dead now help political it is other than getting sick and dying. Now that being said What I'm wondering is do you think then if people decide to get together in a group that's more than just a small group, are they showing smarts? And I don't know. Are they being responsible or brave or or they being reckless in dangerous? We're not just those people who were at that function, get together party, whatever, but those that they will interact with subsequently. And that's I think that's a little gentle question that leads me to what your plans are. And I don't want to judge you. I'm just curious what your plan is and what you think about the idea of getting together in some large fashion or something small. I mean, unless it's your own household or you know everybody, And even then, with all the research and all the experts that we've had on, they say it's bad, bad idea. And especially with this new strain that is out there that that's also putting more people in harm's way, because apparently it spreads even easier than this other stuff, which means more people likely to get exposed more people likely to get infected. Etcetera. It's It's very disconcerting, I think is really what it is. And then, of course, the point is that we are not getting the vaccine that they had expected to be getting, and there's a whole lot of people there taking a pass on getting the vaccine. In some cases, health care workers on but that's that's a difficult place to be. I know it's a new vaccine. I understand that the trepidation I'm wondering if given the chance, would you do it? Thing was Los Angeles, California where, Of course, California is just getting hammered with this stuff right now, and they had some extra the vaccine behind them what they had expected and because of the cold temperature required to keep it good. There's a limited window of it being viable. So they basically rushed all these fire fighters. They don't know they loaded up into the fire truck. My guess is I don't know how else and probably lights and sirens on and roll in there. And the video of all these guys and women, too, in uniforms quickly getting that first shot of the two doses that you're supposed to get. After 21 days. The second Of that deal who was a pretty wild thing to see? So I guess if you're not a frontline worker, if you're not in a densely populated, institutionalized housing situation, like a nursing facility, or what have you would you be running across town? Fast as you can to be able to get that first shot of the vaccine that's available if it was presented to you in that fashion. I think I probably would. If they said Hey, that before that situation, I think I would say Is there anybody else who's maybe more vulnerable? Right. I mean, I mean, in a place where I'm taking care of my mother who's older and has some, you know health issues of her own, so she's fairly vulnerable. So you know, and I'd rather not be like here. Have a little of the cove it. I'm trying to avoid that because you know, I'd like her to be around as long as possible and as healthy as possible, and that's a problem. So she's gonna be you know, able to get the vaccine technically, before I would be Otherwise, but I want to make sure that you know, I make sure she's okay as best as I am able. So in that regard, getting the vaccine for me would make sense of if I had a chance to get it. I think I do it for that reason. And take any chance that there might be something more than a swollen arm and some aches and pains and maybe a little authority for a day or two. There's like maybe a little more than lethargic than I should be in general, But that's a whole nother story. I guess overall, that's a tough thing. So after we talk to Terry to me, and we'll get into that a little bit more. I'm curious about what your view is on this if you are one, and I'm not judging you Don't know me. Do you plan to get together? I am so sick and tired of being locked down so sick and tired in just annoyed and bored and out of my mind, not being able to just live a little bit. With, Of course, the hope that by staying low I can live a little bit longer and a little bit healthier. But it is a boring and annoying and mentally taxing for a lot of people, which leads into the conversation about the league program and Cincinnati and people abusing drugs and stuff and says they shouldn't And how that works with policing in the lead program from the Enquirer. Terry DeMille would join us after the news and hopefully I didn't butcher her name will get that straight away to we come back. Red Carpenter lets us know what's going on all over the place. Update on those Xavier and that score. It's Santa's and a whole lot of other stuff going on. I'm glad you're along. On a Wednesday night, It's sterling. And for Jerry Jeff Walker on 700 wlw..

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"terry demille" Discussed on Accused

Accused

02:50 min | 4 years ago

"terry demille" Discussed on Accused

"The defence suit listener who caught but they just set the actual alert would be identified by testing seaman we just zemin in its mr virgin's seamen whether or not there humble clause to move forward is on this case is something that the tunnel based upon that fact alone did it seem it is unlike their victim's body is in trouble hawes at this point try as forceful as she sounds she's wrong virgils dna wasn't on read this body but it was at the scene terry the meal wasn't inquire reporter who covered virgils case after the dna testing was allowed here she's explaining where his dna was found this slip lingerie or night code in it's been described in different ways and i noted that the defence described it more as a housecoat something you might not wash frequently the prosecution described it as lingerie a slip that you would wear underneath something that had seamen on it and virgil could not be excluded from that so there was a spot of virgils dini at the scene but it wasn't enrique thighs snag grass had described and it didn't shake smith and jim irs faith in virgil because he had admitted a sexual relationship with retha so fluids were swapped at some point they consider the seamen in side refer to be much more relevant to her murder the rape kits wasn't all that was analyzed for dna they also tested the drops of blood that had been found inside virgils tennis shoes the ones detected brandt had seized in jail that blood did not belong to read the his lawyers had argued in the initial trial in short no dna evidence connected to the actual crime linked william virgil to read the welsh it took ten more months before virgil was granted a new trial that ruling came on christmas eve 2015 terry demille was there to cover the hearing and watched as virgil walked out of prison in almost freeman it's qualified because he was still facing retrial and had to get an ankle bracelet that he would wear for more than a year he couldn't leave kentucky without permission he was still viewed as an accused killer in the eyes of law enforcement there was a very small group of people waiting outside the jail on chris.

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