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"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:54 min | 7 months ago

"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"But president moon jae yeon warned today that although it isn't over until it's over after night clubs in Seoul had to close abruptly when there was a fresh outbreak it is mother's day and usually parks and restaurants across the nation would be full of people celebrating their moms and grandmas but health officials nationwide are pleading with people not to gather in large crowds this year saying that social distancing is still the way to prevent more coronavirus cases in Pasadena a warning was issued after tracing a cluster of cases back to a birthday party and in Louisiana the department of health recommended alternatives like a virtual dinner resist the temptation to hug your mom and stay six feet apart this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today two oh three hi my gold on newsradio ten eighty KRLD now that Shelly Luther is out of jail what does that mean going forward not just with her case but with real burnings in general governor Abbott amended his order yesterday disallowing gel for people who open against his order Carol the legal analyst ed Klein says that does not mean that people can just reopen their establishments without penalty bar owner or a GM owner came to me and ask for what I do can I go ahead and open the answer would be no you're still legally required to be close but if that's the only violation that law enforcement fines if they come to visit you you can be issued a citation and fine but you can't be jailed for it as for losers cased Klein says she is not out of the woods by any means he says she's essentially out on bond in the case brought it but against a remains pending two correctional officers with the Texas department criminal justice have died after testing positive for covert nineteen our news partners at NBC five reporting that Maria Mendez who worked at the Wynn unit in Huntsville died Santa Saturday morning and Jesse Bolton of the eastern unit in unincorporated Houston county died Friday afternoon according to Texas department of criminal justice Mendez who was fifty nine tested positive code nineteen and was hospitalized April twelfth and then transferred to Methodist hospital in Houston where she was placed on a ventilator on April fifteenth Bolton sixty two started to experience stroke like symptoms Wednesday and was taken to Huntsville Memorial Hospital where he tested negative for the corona virus he was then transferred to current Conroe regional hospital and placed on life support the second code nineteen test on Bolton came back positive another big box store is looking to re opening on the other side of the corona virus outbreak Kohl's announced that it's opening up more of its stores in Texas and nine other states CEO Michelle Gass says the employees have reconfigured the stores to allow for social distancing she says about twenty five percent the stores will open within the next week it was shorter hours left in the morning.

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"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on WSB-AM

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11:13 min | 1 year ago

"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Guilani don't understand masculinity. That's the problem. We have a lot of stupid interpretations from people who are trying to create something that they can have a problem with. So that they seem completely original. And smart like look at me, I've discovered something to have a problem with that. You guys missed all of these years. Let me write a think piece. To my laptop that's covered with hipster stickers. yeah that's that's exactly what it is and i i think that what he said was ab absolutely correct absolutely correct i wanna switch it to this particular story because this is there's justice and then their social justice and this is so dumb it's dumb so two things i the supreme core this is the other day they halted the execution of texas seven gang member he was a part of some prisoners that about eighteen years ago they got out and they they killed a cop well it was halted the other evening after a buddhist priest was not able to get into the execution chamber fifty-seven-year-old patrick murphy was scheduled receive a lethal injection at the state penitentiary in hunts penetentiary in huntsville texas at third last thursday he said his life should be spared because he didn't fire the fatal shots the death row inmate who became a buddhist a decade ago while incarcerated had also asked that his execution be stopped until prison officials allow her spiritual adviser to be with him when he was put to death oh my gosh okay i'm going to try to get through this so they had a last minute ruling the supreme court stop execution based on the decision to not allow a buddhist priest into the execution chamber they said that the texas department of criminal justice had violated his religious rights only prison employees are allowed the execution chamber and only christian and muslim clerics are employed by the state so spokesman for the texas department of criminal justice said the order will be review i he'd you know he bumps sorry but i got i'm callin shenanigans gaulan shenanigans on this a spokesperson for the texas department criminal justice said the order will be reviewed by prison legal teams to determine what any future impact it may have cavenaugh wrote as this court has repeatedly held governmental discrimination against religion violates the constitution blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah i understand what cavanagh saying here and i'm not agreeing with them i just think you're on death row because you killed a cop because you're a murderous s._o._b. and everybody on death row is innocent don't you know and why are we sitting here you know all of this why are we sitting here like maybe baby these people who are murderers why are we babying you the hill how long did it take why are we babying you seriously criminals thrive on this indulgence they absolutely do we coddle people i'm not saying cut people's hands off and stuff but i'm like if you're a murderer and you're too dangerous to ever live of your own free will freely with people because you're gonna kill them all maybe you shouldn't be on this earth get the hell off by this is the way our justice system is you know you could be put to death by killing people so you chose to be put to death because you kill people that's the quickest way to do it why are we sitting i mean honestly what are what i don't know maybe that's me i'm a little i'm a little o._t. versus new t i'm lou o._t. about some of the stuff that's me you heathens one understand that that's me though right am i being ignorant am i know dana you're doing his rights read but he's a bad to be put to death come on could play devil's advocate he devil's advocate with the cabinet but you actually agree with me but be devil's advocate right the devil's advocate would be yes look who are we to discriminate which religion we listen i'm playing playing devil's so essentially if a christian catholic or muslim jokes starting right walk into a bar but think about it they get their religious needs addressed at the time of death by the state so why wouldn't this guy be able to thing is why even that sure where we can discuss that but i mean get it out of your system before you walk into the chamber that was able to track record of these other religions there needs addressed at the get your needs address for you walk into the chamber spiritual needs to get your spiritual needs addressing the chamber as devil's advocate denying this guy what everyone else gets no i'm i'm i mean essentially the state the texas state department of corrections department of i understand what it is they did that not you i know yeah i just if person gets it why wouldn't this whole why can't they all just get their quote unquote spiritual needs met which i'm sorry sounds suspiciously a lot like i'll gore is gonna masseuse to release a shock rathmell it's not the same thing but it sounds similar but why can't they do it right before they go into the chamber when they're in a place where the buddhist priest could go yes i guess the buddhist holy personal i guess there's a system there's a there's a history trek the place where the prison employees before they go where he's transferred on the extent of my knowledge on this is watching movies now i know i saw i saw parts of the green mile literally just over the weekend messing that it's a little private time before you go into the public area where you're getting injected or electrocuted or we'll have that private time in your private cell right that's that's what he was trying to wouldn't he wanted he wanted them in that chamber he didn't he didn't he wanted to stay of execution until he was able to get his spiritual the way i read it they couldn't come into that now i'm calling it this because i don't know what else to call it unless there thank you he's going the killing room but you know the rim of justice i don't know but the way that i understood it he could have had the guy now he said that he was the getaway driver he said he wasn't according to that's what he said yeah there's none of a medicine the trigger i think that had a little weight too with this court decision maybe so as devil's advocate although i may agree that we overcome we overdo it it's it's a flawed system even in our justice system it's a flawed system so you kind of i'm against the whole death row for thirty years thing you know what i mean oh you're convicted let us think about someone who was wrongly convicted time for the guys who who were freed and so much of it in fact there was a guy who's freed on a he was accused of rape by a woman who falsely accused him and what after twenty some odd years he was freed and then there was there were two other gentlemen there's a lot of stories i understand the length of time either way i think when that happens they need to go after the people who determine that case with full force and fury of the law completely with all of that is still not one hundred percent you know what i mean the perfect system but in these cases where these dudes like they are caught these dudes are caught in the act or there i'm just like when you're convicted walk you back they're not going to be not going to be sitting in jail for ten fifteen twenty thirty years you're say goodbye there are wrongful could you stuff in a bag and there are wrongful conviction so i understand the length of time that these because this is the end of life right so you kind of want to give them some time to appeal especially if they're only convicted for those reasons and i get it but i may not like it right i don't like some of the special treatment that they may get based on where they put themselves but you gotta have the base our justice system is based on those who are innocent until on this guy i'm sorry appeal processes part of that he picked that let's see what isn't allowed in the kill zone beautyrest i'm gonna do that well maybe that was it i don't know maybe that could be i don't have any proof that name so cynical when it comes to the stuff but although i may agree with you on how we handle most convincing yourself over there kind of him i know i'm getting that okay convinced yourself so convinced everyone else gets it well i think they should all get their spiritual needs address before they go into the kills out yes the lack of a better way to say whatever reason this guy's spiritual guidance didn't show up in time or was was pronounced because he they only have a muslim cleric in a christian cleric employed so so they didn't have a buddhist so you're right you're assessment could be that this just used that system knowing the buddhist was not just to get a stay of execution the what believe that could be the case i don't know but i was playing devil's advocate now i know i know i'm i'm just very i feel as though with our justice system i and i agree that it's not perfect i think it's not perfect and i think that we give so much i think there's a lot of leniency quite frankly i don't think there should be stronger penalties for some of these agree just crimes child if you're a child molester how are you living i think that should be capital offense i think rapists i think that should be a capital offense now i think that should be you know i think that there are no i think it's a capital offense definitely child-molestation should take them out back immediately get her done because there's no way you're going to be able to go i'm bilby whose families i mean you have to vote on that stuff i'm all for that the communities have to vote yes for loud and proud so i was all there was many years on probably still in for it is doing this stuff pay per view because i i've been talking about this for a decade sounds a little morbid but it on pay per view and then the money that is collected it goes to the victims and the victims it could go for a number of things for that concept right because i think people are more good enough to pay to watch that stuff yeah they are high worldstar right yeah they are they'll totally watch that and it's also i think it showed it showcases a deterrent to for individuals who might think of committing such heinous crimes i think when you have i my whole goal is to make predators terrified.

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"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Drunk on New Year's to forget it. It's sad to think that the whole year is over. But if you think New Year's is depressing. How would you feel if you thought that all life on this planet was ending three million years of human history erased forever sad? Isn't it? Chris Hayes think So Chris Hayes is what every man would be. If feminists ever achieved absolute power in this country, apologetic bespectacled and deeply deeply concerned about global warning. And there are actually it's hysterical because it is. The feminists are mad. But it's true. I mean, sometimes there's dudes unique glasses, but you know, what I'm talking about. When with that. I do think that I can't nothing. Let me Rebecca here. Do you? Remember that commercial where this woman was swooning over this dude who was doing all the cleaning and all the stuff and she like went out today. She comes back, and he's doing all the back the end and all the I mean, I think there's a difference between having to do to help out when both of you work, you know, and then that. Because he was it didn't show him as. Yeah. Honey, I'll help out it was emasculating. And there's a difference between that. A huge difference. And I remember thinking, well that's not because both my husband, and I work and he just stuff around the house, and I do stuff like load the dishwasher better than he does. But that's a whole other story. He's wrong. He always will be Ron and because he doesn't have a radio show. That's just. This is how it is. You're wrong about the dishwasher. I do it the right way. It's not at all a point of contention on our home. I don't know if you can tell that. But this what they showcased was just this guy who's completely emasculated. And I do feel. I just I've met some of these due to call themselves feminists. Stop it. Just be a gentleman he realised that being a gentleman kind of incapacity that right? Like all the traits that you're trying to go for it includes all of that being a gentleman includes that means, you're you're respectful. And I mean, I just you just. But he's right though. But they're all men all the feminist got mad at him for saying something that was just true, frankly. Yeah. I mean, he isn't wrong today. Levy says the whole piece on it. Oh my gosh. I can't believe he said that. And it's probably one of the I feel like the guys who would get offended by. It are probably like the guys that he's describing in this. I mean, it's like a difference between the the due to have drinks with skirts, and they do just have some whisky. You know what? I mean. There's a difference. Anyway. So he he's getting hit. They're all going to be mad at him. It's never gonna change. They're gonna hate him every single day, and they. We're going after him for talking talking that way. And and presenting world, that's whatever. Whatever men would be a feminist had absolute power. Yeah. Kinda is. And then a feminists had absolute power. Every man would just be a sad shadow of what a man is supposed to be because people don't under that people who have a problem with masculinity. Don't understand masculinity. That's the problem. We have a lot of stupid interpretations from people who are trying to create something that they can have a problem with. So that they seem completely original. And smart like look at me, I've discovered something to have a problem with that. You guys missed all of these years. Let me write a think piece. To my laptop that's covered with hipster stickers. Yeah. That's that's exactly what it is. And I I think that what he said was AB absolutely correct. Absolutely, correct. I want to switch it to this particular story because this is there's Justice and then their social Justice, and this is so dumb. It's dumb. So two things. I the supreme court says the other day they halted the execution of Texas seven gang member. He was a part of some prisoners that about eighteen years ago, they got out and they they killed a cop. Well, it was halted the other evening after a Buddhist priest was not able to get into the execution chamber. Fifty seven year old Patrick Murphy was scheduled receive a lethal injection at the state penitentiary in hunts penitentiary Huntsville, Texas at third last Thursday, he said his life should be spared because he didn't fire the fatal shots. The death row inmate who became a Buddhist a decade ago, while incarcerated had also asked that his execution be stopped until prison officials allow his spiritual adviser to be with him. When he is put to that. Oh my gosh. Okay. I'm going to try to get through this. So they had a last minute ruling the supreme court stopped the execution based on the decision to not allow a Buddhist priest into the execution chamber. They said that the Texas Department of criminal Justice had violated his religious rights. Only prison employees are allowed the execution chamber and only Christian and Muslim clerics are employed by the state so spokesman for the Texas Department. Criminal Justice said the order will be review he'd you know, he bumps sorry. But I got I'm college shenanigans coalition in agains on this a spokesperson for the Texas Department of Justice said the order will be reviewed by prison legal teams to determine what any future impact. It may have Kevin road wrote as quarters repeatedly held governmental discrimination against religion, violates the constitution, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. I understand what cavenaugh saying here and I'm not disagreeing with him. I just think you're on death row because you killed a cop because you're murderous SOB. And everybody on death row is innocent. Don't you know? And why are we sitting here, you know, all of this? Why are we sitting here like baby baby? These people who are murderers. Why we baby in you the hill. How long did it take? Why are we babying you? Seriously, criminals thrive on this indulgence. They absolutely do. We coddle people. I'm not saying cut people's hands off and stuff. But unlike if you're a murderer and you're dangerous to ever live of your own free will freely with people because you're gonna kill them. All maybe you shouldn't be on this earth. Get the hell off by this is the way our Justice system is you know, you could be put to death by killing people. So you chose to be put to death because you kill people. That's the quickest way to do it. Why are we sitting? I honestly what are what? I don't know. Maybe that's me. I'm a little I'm a little OT versus new T OT about some of the stuff. That's me. You heathens won't understand that. That's me though. Right. Am I being ignorant? Am I being no Dana? You're his rights read. But he's a bad to be put to death the come on. We have to play devil's advocate. He devil's advocate cavern, but you actually agree with me. But be devil's advocate. Right. The devil's advocate would be yes. Look who are we to discriminate in which religion? Listen, I'm playing playing devil's. I'm saying so essentially if a Christian Catholic or Muslim jokes certain walk into a bar. But think about it. They get their religious needs addressed at the time of death by the state. So why wouldn't this guy be able to my whole thing is why even that? Sure. Well, we can discuss that. But I didn't get it out of your system. Rocketed walk into the chamber that was already established track record of these other religions visiting their needs addressed at the get your needs addressed for you walk into the chamber. Get your spiritual needs addressing the chambers. Devil's advocate. You're denying this guy. What everyone else gets? I mean, I mean, you're not essentially the state the Texas State department of corrections department of understand what did that not, you know? Yeah, I if a Christian gets it, why wouldn't this? Why can't they'll just get their quote, unquote, spiritual needs met, which I'm sorry. Sounds suspiciously. A lot like I'll gonna masseuse to release a shock Roth. It's not the same thing. But it sounds similar close. But why can't they just do it right before they go into the chamber when they're in a place where the Buddhist? Priest could go. Yes, I guess the Buddhist. Holy personally. I guess there's a system there's a there's a history of track. The place where the prison employees before they have transferred extent of my knowledge on this is watching movies now, I know I saw I saw parts of the green mile literally just over the weekend. I'm guessing that it's a little private time before you go into the public area where you're getting injected or electrocuted or have that private time in your private cell. Right. That's that's what he was trying. He was wouldn't he wanted? He wanted them in that chamber. He didn't he didn't. He wanted to stay of execution until he was able to get his spiritual the way, I read it. They couldn't come into that. Now, I'm calling it this because I don't know what else to call it unless I mean, thank you. Who's gonna stay killing room? But you know, the rim of Justice. I don't know. But yeah. The way that I understood it. He could have. Had the guy. Now, he said that he was the getaway driver. He said he was never pulled the trigger. According to what you said. Yeah. I think they've had a little weight too with this frame court decision. Maybe so as devil's advocate, although I may agree that we oversee we overdo it. It's it's a flawed system. Even our Justice system, it's a flawed system. So you of I'm against the whole death row for thirty years thing. You know what I mean? Oh, you're convicted. Let's think about someone who was wrongly convicted. Time for the guys who just who were freed and so much of it. In fact, there was a guy who was freed on a he was accused of rape by a woman who falsely accused him what after twenty some odd years he was freed. And then there was there were two other gentlemen. There's a lot of stories. I understand the length of time either way. When that happens, they need to go after the people who determine that case with the full force and fury of the law completely with all of that. It's still not one hundred percent. You know, what I mean the perfect system? But in these cases, where these dudes like they're caught these dudes are caught in the act or there. I'm just like when you're convicted walk. You are back. They're not going to be not going to be sitting in jail for ten fifteen twenty thirty years. You're say goodbye, there are wrongful could you stuff in a bag? There are wrongful conviction. So I understand the length of time that these because this is the end of life. Right. So you kind of want to give them some time to appeal, especially if they're only convicted for those reasons, and I get it. But I may not like it. Right. I don't like some of the special treatment that they may get based on where they put themselves. But you gotta have the base. Our Justice system is based on those who are innocent until on this guy. I'm sorry, the appeal process as part of that he picked let's see what isn't allowed in the kills on. I want to do that. Well, maybe that was it. I don't know. Maybe that could be I don't have any proof that name so cynical when it comes to the stuff. But although I may agree with you on how we handle most convincing yourself over there. I know I'm getting that impression. Okay. Just convinced yourself so convinced everyone else gets it. Why didn't they should get their spiritual needs address before they go into the kills out? Yes. The lack of a better way to say, whatever reason this guy's spiritual guidance didn't show up time or was was pronounced because he they only have a Muslim cleric and a Christian cleric employed. So so he didn't have a Buddhist. So you're right..

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"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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14:37 min | 1 year ago

"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Follow him on Twitter act, WIBC traffic. Bottle along on Twitter at D lash and official Dana lash on Facebook. About the end of something. Maybe that's why people get drunk on New Year's to forget it. It's sad to think that whole year is over. But if you think New Year's is depressing. How would you feel if you thought that all life on this planet was ending soon? Three million years of human history erased forever sad. Isn't it? Chris Hayes thing. So Chris Hayes is what every man would be. If feminists ever achieved absolute power in this country, apologetic bespectacled and deeply deeply concerned about global warming. And they're actually it's hysterical because it is. The feminists are mad. But it's true. I mean, sometimes they're dudes unique glasses, but you know, what I'm talking about. When with that. I do think that I can't nothing. Let me back here. Do you? Remember that commercial where? This woman was swooning over this dude who was doing all the cleaning and all this stuff. And she like went out had a day. She comes back, and he's doing all the vacuuming and all the I mean, I think there's a difference between having to do to help out when both of you work, you know, and then that. Because he was it didn't show him as. Yeah. Honey, I'll help out it was emasculating. And there's a difference between that. A huge difference. And I remember thinking, well, that's not you know, because both my husband, and I work and he just stuff around the house, and I do stuff like load the dishwasher better than he does. But that's a whole other store. He's wrong. He'd always will be wrong. And because he doesn't have radio show. That's just. There's just how it is. You're wrong about the dishwasher. I do it the right way. It's not at all a point of contention in our home. I don't know if you can tell that. But this what they showcased was just this guy who's completely emasculated. And I do feel. I just I've met some of these dudes to call themselves feminists. Stop it. Just be a gentleman you realize that being a gentleman kind of income passes that right like all the traits that you're trying to go for it kinda includes all of that being a gentleman includes that means, you're you're respectful, and you just. Zap it, but he's right though. But they're all men all the feminist got mad at him for saying something that was just. True, frankly. Yeah. I I mean, he isn't wrong the Daily Beast says a whole piece on it. Gosh, I can't believe he said that it's probably one of the I feel like the guys who would get offended by. It are probably like the guys that he's describing in this. I mean, it's like a difference between the due to have drinks with skirts, and they do do just have some whisky. You know what? I mean. There's a difference. Anyway. So he he's just getting hit ever. They're all gonna be mad at him. It's never going to change. They're gonna hate him every single day, and they. We're going after him for talking talking that way. And and and presenting well, that's whatever whatever men would be a feminist had absolute power. Yeah. Kinda is. And then a feminists have absolute power. Every man would just be a sad shadow of what a man is supposed to be because people don't under. I think that people who have a problem with masculinity. Don't understand masculinity. That's the problem. We have a lot of stupid interpretations from people who are trying to create something that they can have a problem with. So that they seem completely original. And smart like look at me, I've discovered something to have a problem with that. You guys missed all of these years. Let me write a think piece. To my laptop that's covered with hipster stickers. Yeah. That's that's exactly what it is. And I I think that what he said was absolutely correct. Absolutely, correct. I want to switch it to this particular story because this is there's Justice and their social Justice. And this is so dumb. It's dumb. So two things. I the supreme court. This is the other day. They halted the execution of Texas seven gang member. He was a part of some prisoners that about eighteen years ago. They got out and they killed a cop. Well, it was halted the other evening after a Buddhist priest was not able to get into the execution chamber. Fifty seven year old Patrick Murphy was scheduled receive a lethal injection at the state penitentiary in hunts Penetentiary in Huntsville, Texas at third last Thursday. He said his life should be spared because he didn't fire the fatal shot the death row inmate who became a Buddhist. A decade ago, while incarcerated had also asked that his execution be stopped until prison officials allow his spiritual adviser to be with him when he was put to that. Oh my gosh. Okay. I'm going to try to get through this. So they had a last minute ruling the supreme court stopped the execution based on the decision to not allow a Buddhist priest into the execution chamber. They said that the Texas Department of criminal Justice had violated his religious rights. Only prison employees are allowed the execution chamber and only Christian and Muslim clerics are employed by the state. So spokesman for the Texas Department of criminal Justice said the order will be review. A he, you know, he bumps sorry. But I got I'm calling shenanigans gaulan shenanigans on this a spokesperson for the Texas Department. Criminal Justice said the order will be reviewed by prison legal teams to determine what any future impact, it may have cavenaugh road as this court has repeatedly held governmental discrimination against religion, violates the constitution, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. I understand what cavenaugh saying here and I'm not disagreeing with him. I just think you're on death row because you killed a cop because you're a murderous SOB. And everybody on death row is innocent. Don't you know? And why are we sitting here, you know, all of this? Why are we sitting here? Like, maybe babying these people who are murderers. Why are we being you know, hell how long did it take? Why are we babying you? Seriously, criminals thrive on this indulgence. They absolutely do. We coddle people. I'm not saying cut people's hands off and stuff. But I'm like if you're a murderer and you're too dangerous to ever live of your own free will freely with people because you're going to kill them. All maybe you shouldn't be on this earth. Get the hell off by this is the way our Justice system is. Yes, or no you could be put to death by killing people. So you chose to be put to death because you kill people. That's the quickest way to do it. Why are we sitting? I mean, honestly what are? I don't know. Maybe that's me. I'm a little. I'm a little OT versus new t OT about some of the stuff. That's me. You heathens one understand that? That's me though. Right. Am I being ignorant? Am I being Dana? You're nearing his rights read. But he's about to be put to death the come on. They could play devil's advocate devil's advocate, the cavern normal. But you actually agree with me. But be devil's advocate. Right. The devil's advocate would be yes. Look who are we to discriminate in which religion? Listen, I'm playing playing devil's advocate. So essentially if a Christian Catholic or Muslim joke starting walk into a bar. But think about it. They get their religious needs addressed at the time of death by the state. So why wouldn't this guy be able to my whole thing is why even that? Sure where we can discuss that. But I mean, get it out of your sister or your rocking walk into the chamber. Is already established track. Record of these other religions testing their needs addressed at get your needs address for you walk into the chamber. Get your spiritual needs addressed James devil's advocate. Denying this guy. What everyone else gets? No, I'm I'm I mean, I mean, you're not essentially the state the Texas State department of corrections department. I understand what they did that not you. I know. Yeah. I just Christian gets it. Why wouldn't this? Well, why can't they all just get their quote, unquote, spiritual needs met, which I'm sorry. Sounds suspiciously. A lot like I'll gonna masseuse to release a shock. It's not the same thing. But it sounds similar. But why can't they just do it right before they go into the chamber when are in a place where the Buddhist priest could go. Yes, I guess the Buddhist. Holy personally. I guess there's a system there's a there's a history of track in the place where the prison employees. Before they go where he's transferred knowledge on this is watching movies now, I know I saw I saw parts of the green mile literally just over the weekend. Seeing that it's a little private time before you go into the public area where you're getting injected or electrocuted. We'll have that private time in your private cell. Right. That's that's what he was. He was wouldn't he wanted? He wanted them in that chamber. He didn't he didn't. He wanted to stay of execution until he was able to get his spiritual the way, I read it. They couldn't come into that. Now, I'm calling it this because I don't know what else to call it unless you thank you. I was gonna say killing room, but you know, the rim of Justice. I don't know. But yeah, the way that I understood it he could have had the guy. Now, he said that he was the getaway driver. He said he wasn't according to what he said. Yeah. I think that had a little weight too with this frame court decision. Maybe so as devil's advocate, although I may agree that we oversee we overdo it. It's it's a flawed system. Even at our justices. It's a flawed system. So you kinda I'm against the whole death row for thirty years thing. You know what I mean? Oh, you're convicted. Let's think about someone who was wrongly convicted time for the guys who just who were freed and so much of it. In fact, there was a guy who was freed on a he was accused of rape by woman who falsely accused him whatever twenty some odd years he was freed. And there were there were two other gentlemen. There's a lot of stories. I understand the length of time either way, I think when that happens they need to go after the people who determine that case with the full force and fury of the law completely with all of that. It's still not one hundred percent. You know, what I mean the Senate perfect system? But in these cases, where these dudes like they are caught these dudes are caught in the act or there. I'm just like when you're convicted walk you back. They're not going to be not going to be sitting in jail for ten fifteen twenty thirty years. You're say goodbye, there are wrongful staff in a bag, and there are wrongful conviction. So I understand the length of time that these because this is the end of life, right? So you kind of want to give them some time to. Peel, especially if they're only convicted for those reasons, and I get it. But I may not like it, right? I don't I don't like some of the special treatment that they may get based on where they put themselves. But you gotta have the base. The Justice system is based on those who are innocent until on this guy. I'm sorry appeal process processes part of that he picked the let's see what isn't allowed in the kills on. I want to do that. Well, maybe that was it. I don't know. Maybe that could be I don't have any proof that so cynical when it comes to the stuff, although I may agree with you on how we handle most feel like you're convincing yourself over there. I know I'm getting that. Okay. Just convinced yourself so convinced for else gets it. I think they should all get their spiritual needs address before they go into the kills. Oh, yes. And the lack of a better way to say, whatever reason this guy's spiritual guidance didn't show up in time or was was pronounced because he they only have a Muslim cleric and a Christian cleric employed. So so they didn't have a Buddhist. So you're right. You're assessment could be that this guy just used that system knowing the Buddhist was not just to get a stay of execution the Buddha. That's what I believe could be the case. I don't know. But I was playing devil's advocate now, I know, I know I'm I'm I'm just very I feel as though with our Justice system. And I agree that it's not perfect. I think it's not perfect. And I think that we give. So much. I think there's a lot of leniency, quite frankly. I don't think that there should be stronger penalties for some of these agree. Just crimes. Child if your child molester, how are you living? I think that should be capital offense. I think rapists, I think that should be a capital offense. Now, I think that should be. You know, I think that there are no I think it's the capital. Definitely try molestation. Should take them out back immediately. Get her done because there's no way you're going to be able to go I'm guilty whose families. I mean, you have to vote on that stuff. I'm all for that the communities have to vote. Yes for loud and proud. So in many years, probably still in for it is doing this stuff pay per view because I. About this for a decade sounds a little morbid, but it on pay per view. And then the money that is collected. It goes to the victims and the victims could go for a number of things for that concept. Right. Because I think people are more good enough to pay to watch that stuff. Yeah. They are high worldstar, right? Yeah. They are they'll totally watch that. And it's also I think it show it showcases deterrent to for individuals who might think of committing such heinous crimes. I think when you have I my whole goal is to make predators terrified. And perspective predators. I don't want to do that. Because then they'll kill me. Right. When I'm right when I'm convicted, I don't I want them to be terrified to prey upon innocent people. That's my whole thing. And my I look at this like with Chicago and Saint Louis and Los Angeles in Baltimore and all of these individuals the penalty is so ridiculously small that they have no fear..

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"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

11:11 min | 1 year ago

"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Follow along on Twitter at D lash and official Dana lash on Facebook. About the end of something. Maybe that's why people get drunk a New Year's to forget it. Sad to think that the whole year is over. But if you think New Year's is depressing. How would you feel if you thought that all life on this planet was ending soon? Three million years of human history. A raced forever. Sad. Isn't it? Chris as think So Chris Hayes is what every man would be. If feminists ever achieved absolute power in this country, apologetic bespectacled and deeply deeply concerned about global warning. And they're actually. Because it is. The feminists are mad. But it's true. I mean, sometimes there's due to losses. But you know, what I'm talking about? When with that. I do think that I can't nothing. Let me let me Rebecca here. Do you? Remember that commercial where this woman was swooning over this dude who was doing all the cleaning and all this stuff. And she like went out today. She comes back, and he's doing all the vacuuming and all the I mean, I think there's a difference between having a dude help out when both of you work, you know, and then that. Because he was it didn't show him as. Yeah. Honey, I'll help out it was a masculine. And there's a difference between that. A huge difference. And I remember thinking, well, that's not you know, because both my husband, and I work and he does stuff around the house, and I do stuff like load the dishwasher better than he does. But that's a whole other story. He's wrong. He always will be wrong. And because he doesn't have a radio show. That's just. Off. Just how it is. You're wrong about the dishwasher. I do it the right way. It's not at all a point of contention in our home. I don't know if you can tell that. But this what they showcased was just this guy who is completely emasculated. And I do feel. I just I've I've met some of these do to call themselves feminists. Stop it. Just be a gentleman he realized that being a gentleman kind of income passes that right? Like all the traits that you're trying to go for it of includes all of that a gentlemen includes that means, you're respectful, and I mean, I just you just. Stop it. He's right though. But they're all met all the feminist got mad at him for saying something that was just. True, frankly. Yeah. I I mean, he isn't wrong the Daily Beast says a whole piece on it. My gosh, I can't believe he said that. And it's probably one of the I feel like the guys who would get offended by are probably like the guys at he's describing in this. I mean, it's like a difference between the the due to have drinks skirts. And the dude you just have some whisky. You know what? I mean, there's a difference. Anyway. So he. He's just getting hit ever. They're all going to be mad at him. It's never going to change. They're going to hate him every single day, and they. We're going after him for talking talking that way and presenting. Well, that's whatever what's would be a feminist had absolute power. Yeah. Kinda is mean feminists have absolute power. Every man would just be a sad shadow of what a man is supposed to be because people don't under. I think that people who have a problem with masculinity. Don't understand masculinity. That's the problem. We have a lot of stupid interpretations from people who are trying to create something that they can have a problem with. So that they seem completely original. And smart like look at me, I've discovered something to have a problem with that. You guys missed all of these years. Let me write a think piece. To my laptop that's covered with hipster stickers. Yeah. That's that's exactly what it is. And I I think that what he said was AB absolutely correct. Absolutely, correct. I want to switch it to this particular story because this is there's Justice and then their social Justice, and this is so dumb. It's dumb. So two things. I the supreme court says the other day they halted the execution of Texas seven gang member. He was a part of some prisoners that about eighteen years ago. They got out and they killed a cop. Well, it was halted the other evening after a Buddhist priest was not able to get into the execution chamber Fifty-seven-year-old. Patrick Murphy was scheduled to receive a lethal injection at the state penitentiary and hunts penitentiary in Huntsville, Texas at third last Thursday, he said his life should be spared because he didn't fire the fatal shots. The death row inmate who became a Buddhist. A decade ago while incarcerated had also asked that his execution be stopped until prison officials allow her spiritual adviser to be with him when he is put to that. Oh my gosh. Okay. I'm going to try to get through this. So they had a last minute ruling the supreme court stopped the execution based on the decision to not allow a Buddhist priest into the execution chamber. They said that the Texas Department of criminal Justice had violated his religious rights. Only prison employees are allowed in the execution chamber and only Christian Muslim clerics are employed by the state. So spokesman for the Texas Department of criminal Justice said the order will be review a you. He bumps sorry. But I got I'm calling shenanigans gaulan shenanigans on this a spokesperson for the Texas Department. Criminal Justice said the order will be reviewed by prison legal teams to determine what any future impact, it may have cavenaugh wrote as this court has repeatedly held governmental discrimination against religion, violates the constitution, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. I understand what cavenaugh saying here. And I'm not disagreeing with them. I just think you're on death row because you killed a cop because you're a murderous SOB. And everybody on death row is innocent. Don't you know? And why are we sitting here, you know, all of this? Why are we sitting here? Like, maybe babying these people who are murderers, why we baby in you. The hell how long did it take? Why are we babying you? Seriously, criminals thrive on this indulgence. They absolutely do. We coddle people not saying cut people's hands off and stuff. But I'm like if you're a murderer and you're too dangerous to ever live of your own free will freely with people because you're gonna kill them. All maybe you shouldn't be on this earth. Get the hell off by this is the way our Justice system is you know, you could be put to death by killing people. So you chose to be put to death because you kill people. That's the quickest way to do it. Why are we sitting? I mean, honestly, what are what? I don't know. Maybe that's me. I'm a little. I'm a little OT versus new t OT about some of the stuff. That's me. You heathens one understand that? That's me though. Right. Am I being ignorant? Am I being Dana? You're his rights read. But he's the death. The come on. I could play devil's advocate devil's advocate with the cabinet. But you actually agree with me. But be devil's advocate. Right. The devil's advocate would be yes. Look who are we to discriminate on which religion? Listen, I'm playing playing devil's advocate. So essentially if a Christian Catholic or a Muslim jokes starting walk into a bar. But think about it. They get their religious needs addressed at the time of death by the state. So why wouldn't this guy be able to my whole thing is why even that? Sure where we can discuss that. But I mean, get it out of your system rocket walk into the chamber. Was already established track. Record of these other religions testing their needs addressed at the get your needs address for you walk into the chamber, get your spiritual needs addressing the chamber as devil's advocate. Denying this guy. What everyone else gets now? I'm I mean, I mean, you're not essentially the state the Texas State department of corrections department of I understand what it did that not, you know. Yeah. I if a Christian gets it, why wouldn't this? Well, why can't they all just get their quote, unquote, spiritual needs met, which I'm sorry suspiciously. A lot like I'll gore is gonna masseuse to release a shock wrath, but it's not the same thing. But it sounds similar close. But why can't they just do it right before they go into the chamber when they're in a place where the Buddhist priest could go, I guess, the Buddhist. Holy personally. I guess there's a system. There's a there's a history track. For the prison employees. Before they have to go. He's transferred and the extent of my knowledge on this is watching movies now, I know I saw I saw parts of the green mile literally just over the weekend. Guessing that it's a little private time before you go into the public area where you're getting injected or electrocuted or we'll have that private time in your private cell. Right. That's that's what he was trying to. He was wouldn't he wanted? He wanted them in that chamber. He didn't he didn't. He wanted to stay of execution until he was able to get his spiritual the way, I read it. They couldn't come into that. Now, I'm calling it this because I don't know what else to call it unless there. Thank you. Is gonna stay killing room. But you know, the rim of Justice. I don't know. But yeah, the way that I understood it he could have had the guy. Now, he said that he was the getaway driver. He said he wasn't according to what he said. Yeah. There's none of a medicine the Jerker I think that had a little weight too with this court decision. Maybe so as devil's advocate, although I may agree that we overcome we overdo it. It's it's a flawed system. Even in our Justice system, it's a flawed system. So you of I'm against the whole death row for thirty years thing. You know what I mean? Oh, you're convicted. Let us think about someone who was wrongly convicted time for the two guys who just who were freed and so much of it. In fact, there was a guy who was freed on a he was accused of rape by woman who falsely accused him and what after twenty some odd years he was freed. And then there were there were two other gentlemen. There's a lot of stores. So I understand the length of time either way, I think when that happens they need to go after the people who determine that case with the full force and fury of the law completely with all that it's still not one hundred percent. You know, what I mean the perfect system? But in these cases, where these dudes like they're caught these dudes are caught in the act or there. I'm just like when you're convicted walk. You are back. They're not going to be. You're not going to be sitting in jail for ten fifteen twenty thirty years. You're say goodbye there are wrongful stuff in a bag, and there are wrongful conviction..

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"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Wendy Williams, shocking. New drug revelation. I have been living in a sober house. And what she told about her addiction struggles next ET? Sixty six degrees seven oh three's. The news continues. Good evening. I'm Chris summer. Top story this hour, a Dallas man who killed a police officer in two thousand five will not be executed care L P. Phillips reports the Dallas county district attorney is pulling him off death row in two thousand five one Wisconsin got drunk and pulled a gun on his ex-girlfriend cops were called in a foot. Chase took place in east. Dallas it ended with gunfire Willis Connell shot and killed officer. Brian jackson. He was convicted of capital murder and sentenced to death since then his trial attorney. Brooke Busby has been among those pushing to get the sentence reduced to life without parole because let's is mentally disabled. There just wasn't any anything to rebut overwhelming evidence. And all the IQ testing that the man was legitimately disabled, even with the DA's findings the case still has to be approved. By the Texas court of criminal appeals. It's expected to us new guidelines for application of the doubt sentence for mentally challenged LP Phillips, News Radio ten eighty KRLD of former student of the Jesuit college preparatory school of data's filed suit claiming he was raped by a staff member in nineteen seventy eight. The lawsuit says the victim known only as John does a freshman in nineteen seventy eight when he was sexually assaulted on a trip to mobile Alabama. The suit says the alleged attacker was known to have sexually assaulted at least two other young boys yet he was allowed to interact with students the suit does not specify damages. Just a few weeks after robberies and several Dallas ISD schools resulted in the arrests of two teens yet another robbery and oak cliff magnet school administrators at von a you'll township center send a letter to parents detailing the March eighth incident in which a student was robbed at gunpoint after classes were dismissed for the day. The student handed over their backpack and was not hurt. The letter said Dallas police are investigating the crime in a provided additional security support. The letter noted recent armed robberies around oak cliff schools to men aged seventeen and eighteen confessed to police about their involvement. In those cases, they were arrested on March. Seventh a day before the latest robbery, Austin York, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. A man is arrested in Arlington for a possible road rage incident from last October NBC five reporting Andrew Ken to was booked into the Arlington city jail this afternoon on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Police say Ken to was in an accident on I twenty with a man who was with his wife and kids and the two vehicles pulled to the side of the road. Police say Ken to got out pulled a gun and shot the man in the head. The driver told police he started a turn his head is the shooter discharge the gun, which resulted in the driver being grazed by a bullet the sheriff's association of Texas out with a new appeal to. Congress on the border crisis Collin county sheriff Jim Skinner is one of the group's directors. Like this statement said, you know, it's pretty obvious that there's a lot of folks that are blinded by partisanship. And they can't get on the same page. Listen, this is a this is a soon NAMI of of people crossing into the United States illegally the association says criminals on both sides of the US Mexico border or exploiting the humanitarian crisis, and what they call the lack of security on the border with Mexico. Plea deal in Tarrant county court puts a former special education teacher with the Crowley ISD in prison. Thirty-seven-year-old Shawn Johnson killed his wife. Michelle Johnson almost two years ago. Ticking thirty years confinement in the institutional division of the Texas Department criminal Justice. This was a an agreement. We reached after a lots of conversations with the family. This is something they were on board. With MRs Johnson was also a special Ed teacher with the Crowley school system. She worked with students who were blind or visually impaired the motive for the murder was never explain.

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"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Nine degrees at KRLD. Good afternoon. Five zero three I'm John little alongside Susie. So lease. Well, plano police say a dog was missing after being stolen along with the car was in. But just a few seconds ago. We found out from plano police department that prints the dog has been found they say that the dog a detective recovered the die. That was reportedly found in a park in Dallas and is returning Princeton dog back to his owner. The owner wants to thank everyone for their help. Great news are now a plea deal. Enteric county court puts a former special education teacher with the Crowley school district in prison. Thirty-seven-year-old Shawn Johnson killed his wife. Michelle Johnson almost two years ago. Thirty years confinement news division of the Texas Department. Criminal justice. This was a an agreement. We reached after a lots of conversations with family. This is something they were on board. With MRs Johnson was also a special Ed teacher with Crowley school system. She worked with students who are blind or visually impaired the motive for the murder was never explained a man who says. Says he was sexually assaulted by Jesuit scholar has filed suit against the Jesuit college. Preparatory school of Dallas the suit names, Donald Dickerson. One of the former priests named as a credibly accused abuser by the Jesuits US central and southern province Dickerson had been a scholastic at the Jesuit college. Preparatory school of Dallas, the plaintiff known in the suit only as John Doe says Dickerson molested him on a trip to mobile, Alabama in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight Dickerson was taking his religious vows, then John Doe. The suit says stayed with Dickerson's parents the complaint says the sexual assault happened after a night of drinking when John Doe was a freshman, both the school, and the Catholic society religious and literary education are named as defendants. No damage amount is given LP Phillips News Radio. Ten eighty KRLD. A man has been arrested in Arlington for a possible road rage incident in October and BC five is reporting. Andrew Cantu was booked into the Arlington city jail this afternoon on aggravated. Assault with a deadly weapon charges. Police say Cantu was in an accident on I twenty with a father who was with his wife and kids and when the two vehicles pulled to the side of the road police say Cantu, got out pull the gun and shot the father and a hit in the head. The driver told police he started to turn his head is the shooter to discharge the gun which resulted in the driver being grazed by the bullet the fire at a chemical storage company near Houston is still spreading intercontinental terminals company says the fire has destroyed two storage tanks. It's burning five others and three more have burned out of fuel Harris County fire marshal Laurie christianson says several agencies are working with the company's own crews. We do have people in the incident command.

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"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The car is gone. The dog is too good afternoon. It's three zero three sixty nine degrees at KRLD on John little alongside Susie soleus. Plano, police say a dog is missing after being stolen along with the car was in Carroll dis. Austin York has more police say a woman had driven the rental car to a pet store to get food for the two year old Shitsu name prints. She left the car running to keep the dog cool. But when she came back out of the store the dog and the car were gone. The dog is a white and Brown too euro Shitzu with a jury read or red cherry on one. I the left is you can kind of see by the the readiness on it. David polices. The car's a two thousand seventeen white Ford. Focus four door with California license plate seven x I f two hundred. Unfortunately, the dog was not chipped. And had no identifying tags on the collar. There is a crime stoppers reward for information in the case Austin. News Radio to see a picture of the dog. You can go to our website at KRLD dot com. A plea deal in Tarrant county court puts a former special education teacher with the Crowley school district in prison. Thirty-seven-year-old Shawn Johnson killed his wife. Michelle Johnson almost two years ago, thirty years confinement in the institutional division of the Texas Department criminal Justice. This was a an agreement. We reached after a lots of conversations with family. This is something they were on board. With MRs Johnson was also a special Ed teacher with the Crowley school system. She worked with students who are blind or visually impaired the motive for the murder was never explained to fire at a chemical storage facility near Houston is still burning in KRLD's Allen sky says the company has brought in more manpower to bring the fire under control intercontinental terminals company says the fires now burning through five storage tanks. IT's Alice Richardson, says three tanks have already burned out of fuel and two others have collapsed at to see is very sorry. Sorry. This isn't any event we wanted. Harris County fire.

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"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on Dr. Death

Dr. Death

08:27 min | 2 years ago

"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on Dr. Death

"Now remind me was he the judge. We heard asking a lot of really tough questions. Yes. That was the judge, and what was his reason for dissenting. He believes that the evidence showed only that he acted recklessly. So he believes that there wasn't enough evidence to get us to that proving intentionally knowingly and that it should be reformed to be reckless which would make it a third degree felony. Basically, he's not it should have been a lesser felony than the first degree. I dislike y'all to summarize. How you feel sitting here today about this ruling like how worried were you that it was gonna that? It might be appealed. I think there's always anxiety on a case like this where you work so hard to make sure that everything is done correctly. In yet. You put it into somebody else's hands to make the final decisions on it. So I'm very relieved that they they agreed with what we did in the courts in the upheld. It we did of course, as, you know, have some of those other cases held back in case we needed to try this again, this is just one more step towards not having to do that. Jacqueline. How do you feel about this? I mean, well, so you're on your in the appeal division. So you know, what can happen closely more than anybody else? How worried were you? I was moderately worried after the argument because I thought that the the judge that did end up giving dissenting opinion. I thought that he did ask some really difficult questions things that we hadn't really considered or that we had thought would not be an issue in the case. And so I would say this morning. I definitely felt relieved. But I also felt basically felt like. We were right? We were right in our decision to prosecute the case. We were right in our decision on which cases to put on in which cases, not to put on. And so that's a very good feeling to for the appellate court to agree with our decisions into affirm the conviction, so what are his options? Now at this point. He can file a motion for rehearing, which is basically where he asked the court to reconsider their Rulli. He has fifteen days to do that after that. He can then file what's called a petition for discretionary review or PDR with the court of criminal appeals in Austin, Texas. And what do those mean PDR is basically where they're telling the court of criminal peels. This lower pellet court. Got it wrong, and you need a fix it. And the court of criminal appeals only takes a very small percentage of those types of cases in so it's possible. They would take the case. Because it's factually interesting, but in terms of the legal issues, I don't know that it's it's really anything that the court would be interested in taking and how common is it for cases. Once they're lost on appeal to then be appealed again. I would say it's it's not very common for defendant to follow PDR usually because defendant is represented by a court appointed appellate attorney. They're required to do a direct appeal, but they're not required to do a PD are so if the defendant wants to do that he has to do it himself or he has to pay for an attorney in this case because Dutch has retained in Terni and his family is paying for the attorney. I would expect that they would probably follow the PDR. Now does he have if he stays in prison? Does he have an opportunity to get out on parole? Even if he keeps losing his appeals. Yes, he is parole eligible, and do you know when he might be eligible? Perot is really speaking life sentences sixty years, it's considered to be sixty years by T C CJ, which is the Texas Department criminal Justice, and he would be eligible for parole in half. So thirty years, but he can also earn time off of a sentence with good time work time back time the time that he was in jail par to us going to trial. And so it could actually be a little less than thirty years. But that's just in terms of his eligibility that doesn't guarantee that he would be released onto parole and the victims in this case are entitled to follow letters with the board expressing their opinions about whether he should be great in a release or not now I have a question for you. Michelle one of the arguments that was made in the appeal was the slippery slope argument like if you uphold his conviction is it gonna open up other surgeons other doctors other medical professionals to be prosecuted in a criminal court. What do you think about that? I think the vast majority of the doctors out there are trying to do the right thing, and are really good doctors helping their patients Dutch was just kind of anomaly in. I do think that there are probably some other bad doctors out there that it wouldn't surprise me. If they did get prosecuted, I think it would be the right thing in some other cases. But again that would be extremely rare. So you all both. I know you work on big, you know, really being cases, like big capital murder cases. When at the end of a big case, what's that feeling that you get like once it's all done, and it comes out the way that you hoped. It would describe that feeling to me at the end of a trial when you finish it. Especially trial big like this. You're just exhausted. And you're you're trying to recover it. Of course, you're relieved that the jury is found the person guilty, and you had that that sense of joy that you've been able to help the victims in the case, but we always have that anxiety when it goes up on a peel in. There's there's a lot of appeals it still to go. So yes today, the court did a firm are verdict, which is a huge step. But there are still more options in the future until this finally done in a few years. I don't think any of us will fully rest easy. And I did when you said the appeal that you hadn't sat in on an appeal of one of your own cases before. And I could tell by your face, you, you came out of there with more worries than you went in. I did usually after I finish a trial. We handed off to our pellet divisions. In most of the time. Never hear about the case. Again. I just assume that my verdict stands of never had one that's been overturned yet. But in this case, of course, following very closely. And so when I was in the court of appeals listening to the arguments in the judge's questions. It just brings up that makes you worry about what's gonna happen in the future. In all fairness, the oral argument in this case was very contested. And they did ask a lot of difficult questions. I would say that. That's not a typical argument that there were a lot of difficult questions ask, and that's not always the case. So your feeling of unease afterwards was that was. I felt the same way because they don't really ask them any hard questions. Have you told any of the victims yet? Yeah. We communicate with our victims by Email now just giving them updates on everything. So Justin Johnson did send an Email to all of this morning. That has the opinions of the judges in it and letting them know that it's been affirmed in that will keep in contact with them as future things progress. This has been a special update episode of doctor death, go to wondering dot com for an article about the latest news on Christopher dentists case and to see a copy of the court's decision for an immersive journey into the innermost thoughts of world famous people. Some you think, you know, an even admire or maybe the opposite. Listen to the one repot cast imagined life. Here's a preview. Have

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"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on KTRH

"One. Our top story. A Senate though could be imminent after a wild and emotional day of testimony on Capitol Hill. We'll get the latest from ABC news. Over eight hours of questioning supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh is accuser. Christine Blasi Ford. They'll be a vote by the Senate Judiciary committee tomorrow since Senate Republican leader McConnell, the full Senate could vote as early as Tuesday judge Kavanagh's confirmation rest and a handful of undecided votes says ABC's Andy Field in Washington after the hearing broke several Senate moderates met privately in the capital to talk about how they may vote. If judge cavenaugh supreme court nomination makes it to the Senate floor in that meeting Republican Senator Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, and Jeff flake, along with democrat, Joe Manchin, they'll senators could make or break the nomination and sources say all of them left the meeting still undecided. Here's Senator flake. I would just start my colleagues to recognize that in the end we are twenty one very imperfect. Senators trying to do our best to provide advice and consent with continuing coverage of the Cavanaugh hearing, Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news. Make it to executions in two nights for Texas. Texas death row offender Daniel accurate aged forty seven was executed by lethal injection Thursday night at the Huntsville unit of the Texas Department. Criminal Justice Acker was condemned for the March two thousand slaying of Marquette George of sulphur springs. Robert Hurst for the department of criminal Justice ACA reportedly killed the woman after an evening at a club. Or he thought she was being unfaithful to him. He made no final statement on Wednesday. Troy Clark was executed for the nineteen ninety eight murder of his former roommate in Tyler this marks the first time since two thousand twelve that Texas has carried out executions on consecutive days. Mayor semester Turner wants to make sure there are regulations on a reported sex robot brothel coming to Houston tourist prefer the business not set up shop at all. But also doesn't want to be the moral police officer mayor says it is important to be mindful of children or others could be exposed to say the brothel could open up the Galleria area. Senator Ted Cruz is coming to Conroy along with Donald Trump junior next week cruises. Reelection campaign announcing the octo-. Third event at the lonestar convention center. Former Fox News host Kimberly. Joe foil also expected to be at the event which will start at eight thirty pm KTAR h news time ten oh. Three Texas voter rolls. Now include a record fifteen point six million people registered to cast a ballot. That's an increase of nearly four hundred thousand since March one point six million more than the twenty fourteen midterm elections. The rapid rise in the number of registered voters comes as Texas has a closely watched US Senate race between incumbent Ted Cruz and challenger aerobic the deadline to register for this. November's midterms is Tolbert ninth Nick rank vich, NewsRadio seven forty key tear each the Texans. Still looking for win number one. Is they traveled to Indianapolis for a showdown with the division rival colts this weekend. Head coach Bill O'Brien says it's all about improvement. I think all of us are on the improvement track. We've got to get better. I don't think it's just about one guy. Everybody everybody. No organization has to approve you have to practice. Better got eliminate mistakes. We're doing a lot of things to beat ourselves. And we have stop doing that. Colts are one and two on the season. Kickoff from India's twelve noon on Sunday tonight Astros game in Baltimore was rained out. They'll play a doubleheader on Saturday to make it up. The Astros have already clinched the American League West but need three wins this weekend to set a new franchise record for wins in a season..

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"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Search for a man they say. Bit and then threw a baby. As a form of punishment, twenty four year old nNcholas, Jones accused of hurting a one year old for taking another. Child's food police confirming the girl as severe. Gash on her chin bruises on her face as well the, Middletown mail is the boyfriend of the little girl's mother Jones wanted on felony assault the same company behind the. Golf carts that offer free rides to people in Cincinnati as guest will soon hit the streets of Covington the Covington, city commission says guest will expand their taxi service To give riders access to. The banks downtown and, northern Kentucky is street legal golf carts are always, free to ride Alison wyans News Radio seven hundred wwl wwl's sentence has been handed. Down following a guilty verdict this week in a, police, shooting case Texas judge Brandon Birmingham announcing the sentence for ex police officer ROY Oliver Oliver shooting an unarmed fifteen year old while firing into. A car packed with teenagers in suburban Dallas last year judgment decree this. Court that you've been. Taken by the sheriff of Dallas county by her safely held until you're turned over, to an authorized receiving agent for the Texas Department, criminal Justice institutional division where you. Shall be confined for period of fifteen years the shooting happened as officers were responding to. A nine one one call about underage drinking at a local home one Steven Spielberg's most celebrated films will be released later this year. When Schindler's List was released, in one thousand nine hundred three It would go onto win the Oscar for best picture best director for Steven Spielberg. And five other Academy Awards now Universal Pictures will, put it, back, in theaters December and honor its twenty-fifth anniversary the story of Oskar Schindler who saved the lives of more than, a, thousand Jews during the holocaust will be digitally restored and, remastered, whole, process overseen by Spielberg and it Spielberg's second big fifth anniversary this year nineteen Ninety-three he also, released a very different movie, drastic part Jason Nathanson ABC news Hollywood News Radio seven hundred wwl deli sports says reds holiday Christian yelich sled Milwaukee's big comeback by hitting for the cycle last, night and, hey Zeus, Aguilar homered and a tenth inning as the brewers outdone. And outlasted the reds.

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"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"One eight seven seven six one eight prager seven seven six as we head back to your calls let's see what is going on in phoenix hey john mark davis fernandez how are you thank you hi mark i was thinking how come the molar investigation keeps going on i saw movie called crank with jason strapped him he was in he was injected with a poison where if he got his heartbeat below a certain point he would die yes and i thought that the molar investigation keeps going on because if they stop there's so much incriminating evidence right actually being that is a spectacular movie analogy or you can almost use jaws like shark it has to keep moving to live that is superb john i mean the things like the muller probe are are self perpetuating they go until they're done we can help them into obscurity which i think or hound them into obscurity during the news every week hound them into disrepute that works because this is a dentist snakes and his mother probe and shot through with the biases of of fbi people department of justice people the peter strokes and rod rosenstein abstained this with their own biases and misbehaviors betray gowdy had it exactly right the other day if you've got some evidence of misbehavior by the president then coughing up let's go let's go put up or shut up so we'll see what we'll see what happens but you know what just as the excesses of the left and the unhinged sometimes borderline or not so borderline violent liberal attacks on trump supporters have none is it possible that the muller probe is so discredited its reputation so dashed against the rocks vet it has become a net positive to the president think about it think about it every day gives them a chance to cry witch hunt and he's right every day gives the impression that there are people who hate trump's guts so much that they will corrupt the fbi to bring him down that's the kind of thing that'll galvanize your base right so i going to tell you i'm not looking for maxine waters get thrown out of congress i want her out talking every day and i i don't find myself german my fingers on the table want to finish up tomorrow by lunchtime eater with every passing day i i think he's going to be a big box and nothing and it's funny what what helps trump more a muller probe whose results are revealed and they essentially say not much to see here that'd be sweet vindication or the energy that just exudes from a muller probe the just keeps go and then go gone the energizer bunny of political witch hunts and ebeling the president to say look they're they're after me they're just they're always they're trying to bring me down thus galvanizing supporters to say we won't let that happen sir we won't let that happen wherein buckeye country columbus ohio clayton hey mark davis in for dennis how you doing what i'm gonna try hang on a second that will accrue to the benefit of arnold in green cove springs hey how you doing sir mark davis in for dennis i'm doing good mark thanks for taking my call my pleasure sorry i worked for the texas department criminal justice thirty one years retired thank you both you thousands of sanders over the years but anyway the young man water burger he doesn't have to press charges on this will decide whether to go forward with it so the young man doesn't have to do anything about it so video hermit so this modern age video decides pardon me time so short in this modern age video is sufficient there's no need for an officer to have been there or for testimony i mean they'd have to go to the young man for testimony you wouldn't they they can't just go video games have to do that part okay got absolutely now that the police will determine yeah there's sufficient evidence to arrest this guy to be able to look and when they do determine if they get that a crime has been committed like us yep the da we'll make that decision doesn't have to do anything a matter of fact i spoke over the years to some offenders were family members with all the police and charges but then try to go back exactly you can't put that toothpaste back in the tube all right thanks this literally just to.

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"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hi mark i was thinking how come the molar investigation keeps going on i saw movie called crank jason strapped him he was in he was injected with a poison where is he got his heartbeat below a certain point he would die yes and i thought that the molar investigation keeps gone on because if they stop there's so much incriminating evidence right actually being that is a spectacular movie analogy or you can almost use jaws like shark it has to keep moving to live that is superb john i mean the things like the muller probe are are self perpetuating they go until they're done we can hound them into obscurity which i think or hound them into obscurity during the news every week hound them into disrepute that works because this is a dentist snakes and this muller probe and shot through with the biases of fbi people brought to justice people the peter struck and rod rosenstein stained this with their own biases and misbehaviors betray gouty hannity exactly right the other day if you've got some evidence of misbehavior by the president then coughing up let's go let's go put up or shut up so we'll see what we'll see what happens but you know what just as the excesses of the left the unhinged sometimes borderline or not so borderline violent liberal attack on trump supporters have done is it possible that the muller probe is so discredited its reputation so dashed against the rocks that it has become a net positive to the president think about it think about it every day gives them a chance to cry witch hunt and he's right every day gives the impression that there are people who hate trump's guts so much that they will corrupt the fbi to bring him down that's the kind of thing that'll galvanize your base right so i gotta tell you i'm not looking for maxine waters to get thrown out of congress i want her out talking every day and i i don't find myself drummond my fingers on the table wanting to finish up tomorrow by lunchtime eater with every passing day i i think it's going to be a big box of nothing and it's funny what what helps trump more muller probe whose results are revealed and they essentially say not much to see here that'd be sweet vindication or the energy that just exudes from muller probe that just keeps go and go and then gone the energizer bunny of political witch hunts enabling the president to say look they're they're after me they're just they're always trying to bring me down thus galvanizing supporters to say we won't let that happens we won't let that happen wherein buckeye country columbus ohio clayton hey mark davis in for dennis how you doing i tried hang on a second that will accrue to the benefit of arnold in green cove springs hey how you doing sir mark davis in for dennis good mark thanks for taking my call my pleasure sorry i i worked for the texas department criminal justice thirty one retired thank you thousands of sanders over the years but anyway the young man water burger he doesn't have to press charges on this will decide whether to go forward with it the young man doesn't have to do anything about it so video so this video decides pardon me time so short in his modern age video is sufficient there's no need for an officer to have been there or for testimony i mean they'd have to go to the young man for testimony you wouldn't they they just go video games have to do that part okay got absolutely now that the police will determine yeah there's evidence to arrest this guy able we'll take a look and when they do determine if they get that a crime has been committed like us yep decision doesn't have to do anything it's a matter of fact i spoke over the years to some offenders were family members with all the police charges but then tried to go back exactly you can't put the toothpaste back in the to all right thanks this literally just to me is a sixteen year old kid he's getting fifteen minutes of fame the country feels for him or at least the civilized part of the country maybe even some of the.

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"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"texas department criminal justice" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"But the story of keep them up is quite different and what you might've thought the public records surge show that scott was convicted in april two thousand four i'm an assault charge or the deadly weapon and mecklenburg county other charges stemming from that date were dismissed but felony assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill misdemeanors assault of child none of a child under twelve assault on a female and communicating threats i'm so it ended up beginning played down show up a misdemeanor and just because someone committed a misdemeanor in the past already assault in the past doesn't mean he couldn't get shot iranian slay i'm not saying now but to his background as not what you would originally perhaps thought in april two thousand fifteen and gasten county court scott was found guilty in dw y well again data belied his main you should get shot iranian slate and several different crime serious charged with the nineteen ninety two kang a concealed weapon not a gun simple assault contributing to the delinquency of a minor he played guilty to all charges he also was sentenced on march two thousand five to fifteen months missed a jail for evading arrest in july that year record show he was sentenced to seven years in prison on a conviction of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon now or get some more texas department criminal justice spokesman said scott completed his sometimes and was released from present and twenty eleven his brother was reportedly his brother was on camera saying horrible things about why people we don't need to play it again we have now pictures release from the crime seam his got another what we're led the play that was is gone on the ground not a book but a gun on the ground.

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