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"three cases" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:17 min | 2 months ago

"three cases" Discussed on WTOP

"There are also three cases of conduct unbecoming, the department said. Now separate case involving an additional capital police official is also being reviewed The focus accusations of unsatisfactory performance and conduct unbecoming now the U. S Attorney's office for D. C. Found that in none of the cases had any officers committed a crime. But the department statement went on to say they are committed to accountability when officers failed to meet their standards. Melissa Howell wt OPINIONS. Newly released government memo hints at some Saudi involvement with the 9 11 hijackers but offers no proven link to the Saudi government on the 20th anniversary of 9 11 and in compliance with an executive order from President Biden. The FBI has released the first document related to its investigation of the September 11 2001 plane hijackings and the deadly attacks for which they were used. It runs 16 pages and is partially redacted. It points to contacts Between the hijackers and Saudi associates. But it offers no evidence that the Saudi government was complicit in the attacks. They killed nearly 3000 people. Relatives of many of them have sued Saudi Arabia for billions of dollars, contending it was Tom Foodie, CBS NEWS, Washington and New York Times investigation of video evidence, along with interviews with more than a dozen people who knew the driver of a vehicle hit by the U. S, has last known drone strike in Afghanistan. Is raising questions about the U. S government's version of events, the U. S military said a member of Isis was driving a car filled with explosives when the drone launched a missile at it, although they didn't know exactly who the driver was. But the New York Times reports the driver was actually a long time worker for US aid group who is taking colleagues to and from work. In addition, the explosive canisters he was supposedly putting in his car may have been filled with water. The Times, says 10. People, not three also died in the attack, seven of them Children. Army staff Sergeant Ryan Canals, was remembered yesterday. He's one of the 13 service members who died during the evacuations in Kabul, Afghanistan. WV lt's Gwendolyn Dupree. Reports from Knox County, Tennessee. Flags and salutes lined the route that ushered canals body and to give high school gym, a public service held inside the school stadium. Remembers canals. I don't think there's anything.

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COVID-19 Surge, Driven by Delta Variant, Hits US Hospitals

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 4 months ago

COVID-19 Surge, Driven by Delta Variant, Hits US Hospitals

"There's been a dramatic increase in the number of covert nineteen cases in the U. S. compared with the prior week and it's being linked to the more contagious delta variant state local and federal authorities have been urging people to get vaccinated because there's been another spike in virus infections Dr Rochelle Wilensky heads the U. S. centers for disease control and prevention our seven day averages about eighty nine thousand four hundred sixty three cases per day this represents an increase of forty three percent from the prior seven day average nearly ninety thousand cases a day a Florida hospital chain is suspending elective surgeries some Georgia hospitals are said to be turning patients away in Houston Texas chief medical officer Dr David person KTRK urges more people to get vaccinated you need to consider that you represent a potential danger to yourself and others in most particularly your own family I'm Jackie Quinn

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China Orders Mass Coronavirus Testing for Wuhan

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

China Orders Mass Coronavirus Testing for Wuhan

"Chinese authorities have announced massive corona virus testing in Wuhan as an unusually wide series of because the nineteen out breaks leach the city weather disease was first detected in late twenty nineteen the provincial capital of eleven million people is it the latest city to undergo city why did testing in China three cases were confirmed in will head on Monday it's the first non imported cases involving a year China has largely could could nineteen at home after the initial outbreak had devastated Wuhan and spread globally the current outbreaks still in the hundreds of cases in total but it spread much more widely than previous ones many of the cases have been identified as the highly contagious delta variant I'm Charles de Ledesma

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What Do You Do When You've Been Blamed for a Covid Outbreak?

The Big Story

01:45 min | 5 months ago

What Do You Do When You've Been Blamed for a Covid Outbreak?

"I'm jordan rawlings. This is the big story. Judy is a veteran journalist. With cbs's the fifth estate which has been following the story for over a year. Now i guess. Hey judy let's jordan. It's been that time. Time has no meaning anymore really. but why. don't we rewind all way to may twenty twenty when when this started what happened in campbellton new brunswick campbellton new brunswick was coming off a high. At that point they had gone for about two weeks without a case of covid when all of a sudden an outbreak appears in this little town to small town basically in the north of new brunswick across the river from quebec and they had a smattering of cases. Roughly three cases and the premier gives a news conference on may twenty seven and he basically leans the outbreak on your responsible medical professional and at the time and i realized this is asking you guys to kind of reconstruct Who knew what more than a year ago at the time. What was the thinking From the premier's office sure but also just in general. How was it covered. Well when the premier gives a news conference and he he pinpoints the issue from an individual from an irresponsible health worker. He where everyone is assuming that because he is the premier he has done all this research. He has the backing public health. They have a lot of info that we don't have

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Supreme Court Rejects Third Challenge to ACA

WSJ What's News

01:31 min | 5 months ago

Supreme Court Rejects Third Challenge to ACA

"The supreme court has rejected another legal challenge to the affordable care act the signature. Healthcare law passed under the obama administration in a seven two decision. The court found that a case brought by texas and other republican leaning states lacked legal. Standing is the third time the court has considered the two thousand ten law and the third time that the aca has prevailed for more on. Today's decision i'm joined by wall street journal. Legal affairs reporter brent kendall. Hi brian thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so brent. Tell us more about the court's reasoning here. This is the third time. The court has had to wade into this area. I mean in some ways. This was the most unlikely of three cases. This was all setup because congress a couple of years ago there's a mandate in the law that most people buy insurance and there was a penalty associated with that if you didn't and so what congress did a couple years ago as part of a tax reform package zero out the penalty so now even if you don't have coverage and your technically supposed to. There's no monetary penalty for doing that. The complication is supreme court previously upheld the law and the idea that congress could use its taxing power as a justification for the mandate in the first place and so then republicans stepped in and said. Well there's no tax anymore you can't justify the law under the taxing power and so what the court said today as well. You don't really have any valid basis for making that argument because nobody is hurt by. The government charging us zero dollars for not carrying insurance. The end we don't say anything else in the case.

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Perth Avoids Lockdown Again as No New COVID-19 Cases Recorded

It's Just Not Cricket

00:22 sec | 7 months ago

Perth Avoids Lockdown Again as No New COVID-19 Cases Recorded

"Australia's premier Mark McCallen has announced birth will not re enter lockdown after according no new community cases of covert 19 since yesterday. Bayrak Alger Rude reports. Three cases were reported yesterday after a hotel security guard tested positive. He passed the virus on to two of his housemates who are working as food delivery drivers. Contact tracing is underway.

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De Blasio unveils new rule for closing New York schools with COVID cases

Sean Hannity

00:24 sec | 8 months ago

De Blasio unveils new rule for closing New York schools with COVID cases

"About what it'll take to close a New York City school during these times of pandemic, the entire school If there are two cases or three cases in a week that will lead to an increase in testing, but not a closure. If there's four or more cases, and they're in different classrooms on can be traced to a known exposure within the school. That's when there will be a closure, and today's testimony

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Deshaun Watson Faces More Sexual Assault Accusations

The Lead

02:43 min | 9 months ago

Deshaun Watson Faces More Sexual Assault Accusations

"Swear and i. can you just walk us through. How things unfolded this week with shawn watson and these lawsuits. Yeah it was a little bit. Unorthodox the attorney. Who's doing him. Tony busby who is kind of a local celebrity of sorts. He posted originally on instagram. That he was suing deshaun watson and suggested that other women could come forward. We didn't actually see them. Posted on the harris county clerk's website until the next morning at which point there were two of them to masseuses have now filed civil lawsuits against texans quarterback deshaun watson accusing him of inappropriate behavior during sessions. Do complaints of sunscreen. to three. third woman is expected to file a lawsuit. Against texans quarterback deshaun watson accusing the football star of sexual assaults. And what are the specific allegations in these lawsuits. It all deals with watson. Hiring massage therapist women off of instagram and meeting them at various places. The first alleged incident happened last march during a massage at the licensed therapist harris county home. The second lawsuit claims the football player fluid masseuse from atlanta then allegedly assaulted her at the. He's sonian hotel. Both lawsuits claim the football star committed civil assault by intentionally touching the women in an offensive way being naked on the massage table refusing. To where a towel. In some instances suggesting repeatedly that they massage his groin area and the third case that just posted more recently that massage. The accuser says led to watson forcing her to perform oral sex on him. The lawsuit states. That watson made clear repeatedly that he was a professional football player. Who could help or hurt her career and just to be clear. These are civil lawsuits to shawn. Watson has not been charged with any criminal activity at this point. Right it's all the facts. We have of this based off a civil complaint so not a police report. And the harris county sheriff's office said that they do not having investigation opening and houston police that they've not said one way or the other only because they have not charged him with a crime at this time. And how to shawn watson and the houston. Texans responded at this point does shawn before the lawsuits even posted. He posted a statement online saying that he hadn't seen the complaint but that busby had tried to come to a six figure settlement with him before he even filed watson posted a statement on twitter. Saying i have never treated any woman with anything. Other than the utmost respect he says before filing suit. The plaintiffs lawyer made a baseless six-figure settlement demand which i quickly rejected watson says he's focused on clearing his name since then. The complaints actually came out. We have not heard anything. Else from sean. And texans have basically you know. Release statements saying that they condemn this behavior and that they will take it seriously with anyone who's involved in the organization being accused of such behavior and that they're going to fully cooperate and being lockstep with the

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NFL quarterback Deshaun Watson accused of sexual assault

Michael Berry

00:16 sec | 9 months ago

NFL quarterback Deshaun Watson accused of sexual assault

"Houston lawyer says there are now nine women accusing Houston Texans quarterback to Shawn Watson of sexual assault. Tony Busby posted on Instagram that his law firm has already filed three cases and will file six others soon. Watson denies all the

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NFL quarterback Deshaun Watson accused of sexual assault

Michael Berry

00:16 sec | 9 months ago

NFL quarterback Deshaun Watson accused of sexual assault

"Women accusing Houston Texans quarterback to Shawn Watson of sexual assault. Tony Busby posted on Instagram that his law firm has already filed three cases and will file six others soon. Watson denies all the allegations In Texas gas prices Still

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Nearly 13% Illinoisans Are Now Fully Vaccinated

John Landecker

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Nearly 13% Illinoisans Are Now Fully Vaccinated

"This hour. A little more than 12% of Illinois. It's are now fully vaccinated against covert 19 new coronavirus cases were up slightly. WGN's Lauren lap to has the numbers in the past 24 hours. There were 1997 new covert cases in Illinois and 19 additional deaths. Statewide positivity rate is 2.3%. It's also been a slight uptick in covert variant cases. To date, researchers have found 120 cases of the UK variant. Three cases of the South African variant in two cases of the Brazil variant. More than 4.1 million vaccines have been administered in Illinois, and the state is averaging roughly 102,000 shots. Daily Lauren Lap Good

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John McAfee Facing Both Civil and Criminal Charges

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:59 sec | 9 months ago

John McAfee Facing Both Civil and Criminal Charges

"Regarding john mcafee it does look like that it is federal prosecutors that are the ones that are charging it with fraud John mcafee but on the very bottom of this. Cnbc article. I was looking at it. Does say the. The commodity futures trading commission have filed a separate civil charge against mcafee and watson facing us. He's facing both civil and criminal case. According to what. I'm reading here. He's got three cases that he's facing sounds like it is. That is that what i'm hearing here. That's why it sounds like it. Because when they when they when they When they arrested him in spain it was the for something else something about tax rate and now this new one is is about cryptocurrency from here in the verge dot com. They're saying each count is facing seven charges criminally and facing between five and twenty years for each charge so they're basically just stack charges. Here of course aren't as much the wall and seeing what sticks. Yeah

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Apple Reopens All 270 Retail Stores in the United States

TechStuff

01:41 min | 9 months ago

Apple Reopens All 270 Retail Stores in the United States

"The verge reports that every apple store location in the united states has now reopened apple closed stores nationwide on march thirteenth. Twenty twenty. so it's been nearly a full year of being closed for some stores. The company had been opening locations on a case by case basis over time. And the last of apple's us retail stores reopened this week in texas. That means you can at least arrange in store pickups for apple items again and in some cases you can even do in-store shopping but before you do let me just point out a couple of things. First when apple did close stores march these seven day average of new covid cases was two hundred seventy three cases in the united states. That's across the country this week. According to the cdc that number is sixty six thousand three hundred forty eight new cases over the last seven days. That is you might say. Things are way worse right now than they were when apple stores. I shut down now. Apple does have lots of safety measures in place. Customers must wear a mask and there is a strict occupancy limit for stores all that being said. I would strongly suggest that if you don't have to go to a store take that option. I understand that some people do need to go. In and of course the employees have to go in but to keep people as safe as possible. I stress that it is best for only those who absolutely have to go in to do so and everyone else should stay safe for themselves. Their loved ones really everybody else to

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What's going on in Melbourne's quarantine hotels?

Coronacast

02:52 min | 10 months ago

What's going on in Melbourne's quarantine hotels?

"So we'll let start today with a chat about melvin quarantine hotel situation because they've had a few cases that have. They're all sort of clustered around this one hotel there year the holiday inn at melbourne airport. It's been several cases that have come from it now. And it's clearly wired the victorian government enough for them to close it down. Move everyone from it. For a deep clean as the premier daniel andrews explained yesterday. They were several cases. I suppose we can refer to them. One was the the authorized officer. The other one was a food and beverage attendant and then the third case was a hotel resident and all of them they think are linked back to the theory that that going and calling it the moment. Cold the nebulizer theory. So that sounds intriguing. And we'll unpack that in a little bit but to save vilnai from speculating for completely unqualified physicians. We brought in an actual expert today. Dr kirsty short. Who's a just from the university of queensland. Welcome kisdi high so kirsty. This theory the nebulizer theories based on this idea that someone in the hotel was using and as in one of those medical devices that can help deliver a medicine to someone that can also create aerosols. Does this add more to our knowledge. About how corona virus does doesn't transmit through the air while look. I think there's been a lot of debate about this throughout the pandemic and other role gist. You know i've never seen this as a black and white issue because you never going to have a virus that is hundred percent aircel and you never going to have a mars. That's hundred percent droplet. You're just going to have in some circumstances it's arizo transmission and in some circumstances it's droplet transmission so we've always sort of suspected in high risk procedures like integration of patients with curved That that could be an aerosol generating procedure. And i suspect probably what's happening in these toe quarantine situations is. We are getting rather unfortunate string or unlucky string of events whereby you on maybe having aerosols generated in the room for whatever reason be nebulizer others. And then what you've got to remember. Is that in facilities way. You where. I work in the laboratory where you work with the actual vars. It's all negative pressure. So that means that when you open daw- the epcot come out and it stays in the room but these hotels onto signed as quarantine facilities. Sorry theoretically what could happen is an individual. There could be lots of ours. Air sliced in the room and individual could open the door. And then somebody who is walking past or the virus could stay in the f. x. amount of time as the was drawn into the corridor with the door being arpan. Sorry these all sound. Like very pedantic risks i guess but when when leukaemia detect every single case of infection they are really really

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South African strain found in Maryland, becoming third case in U.S.

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

South African strain found in Maryland, becoming third case in U.S.

"Maryland has become the second state in the US to detect the case of the South African covert 19 strain. The state's first case was detected in an adult living facility in the Baltimore region. This most likely isn't an isolated case because in announcing in Maryland governor Larry Hogan says the person who has it didn't travel internationally, pointing to community transmission of the virus variant. Mutation, which is the dominant strain in South Africa right now has not been shown to cause more severe illness or increase the risk of death. But it is believed to be more transmissible than other strains. Contact tracing is underway so people possibly exposed to it can quarantine the governor says This is a reminder to keep up covert 19 prevention techniques. South Carolina was the first state to detect the variant. Mike Murillo. W T O P

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"three cases" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:53 min | 10 months ago

"three cases" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Some of it accumulating. President Biden sign two executive actions one to expand enrollment in the affordable care act in the midst of an historic pandemic knew that we're doing Here other than restoring the affordable care act and restoring the Medicaid to the way it was before Trump became pressure. White House press secretary Jim sake of this to say when she was asked if the president signed too many e O so far is not going to take executive action alone. That's why he's put forward a number of packages. He's actively working with members of both parties to move forward. As he says Mr Biden's main focus is to get his rescue America covert 19 and economic relief plan past two people in South Carolina are the first known cases in the U. S. Of the South African covert 19 variant. The UK variants been detected in at least 29 States. California's reported its second deadliest day of the pandemic. 737 fatalities. Daria holding her ABC News Citing unlimited WTMJ news time for 31 from the WTMJ breaking news center Ambitious day traders are giving national and local companies signs of life. It's not just Gamestop cost headphones. Also getting a wall Street bump cost, for example. Then you were trading at one and now you traded at 66 Wealth management. Stay spinal, telling WTMJ. This week's rally will likely be short lived. Remember, if your of your lender this is a temporary scenario most often these things come back down to earth and trade and what they were supposed to trade. What could give the company's the flow. Accidentally, they need to survive. AMC went out to the open market and they were talking about bankruptcy. And because their value is higher. I think they were allowed to be lent more money to borrow more money like Spaulding, Wtmj news lawyer for the family of a teenager shot and killed by a wall would host a police officer last February, says the Walkinshaw Sheriff's Department is making a mistake by hiring the officer involved. Joseph MENSA is now a walk a shot county sheriff's deputy after leaving his position in Tosa attorney Kimberly Motley tales. WTMJ has a lot of legal liability, but I don't think the community It's fully aware of, and so I think that clearly has a responsibility to not only rely on the sheriff, but they are so should have had the right to that him as well. Since it was involved in three deadly police shootings in the past five years, he was justified by prosecutors in all three cases. Summit meeting of sorts at former President Trump's Mar a Lago resort. The president, the former president met with House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy and the two seemed of resolve some recent tensions just three weeks ago following the storming of the capital, Kevin McCarthy use strong language critical of President Trump. Now the two appear to be back on the same page In a statement issued by the Trump Political Action Committee, Mr Trump was described as a grain to help Republicans try to win back the house. This could ease concerns that the former president may want to start a third party. Steve Futterman, CBS News Walkies downtown Dining week kicks off today and it runs through February. 7 3rd Street Tavern general manager, Jack Roman tells Wisconsin's morning news. They've got all their safety protocols in place. Biggest thing for customers that no. Is there still standing. So if you come in, you gotta keep your mast on. We'll get you to the table. Get you some water. You could take that mask off at that point. And if you need to go to the bathroom or move around the space to put the mask back on until you're back at your table, Roman and the other 19 restaurant's involved in downtown dining week, all hoping for good turnouts this year. Jane Matt Merrick WTMJ News. He's responsible for some of television's most talked about programs. Now he's getting his due at the Golden Globes Awards on February 28th. He's the man behind landmark TV shows like The Jeffersons on the Family and Good times. Now Norman Lear will be the recipient of the Carol Burnett Award at the Golden Globes for outstanding contribution.

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Dallas County battling COVID variant as cases surge

Chris Krok

00:35 sec | 11 months ago

Dallas County battling COVID variant as cases surge

"Has been found in Dallas County. That was Kelly Health and Human Services says this is the same variant discovered in the United Kingdom and the third case identified within the state of Texas officials say the variant was found in a man in his twenties with no recent history of travel outside the U. S. This more infectious variant was found as a result of genetic sequencing. The man is said to be in isolation and in stable condition. Epidemiologists are identifying and notifying those who may have come in contact with this man. Nicole Deal. W. B. A P News. A wily man is charged for

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Third US case of new COVID-19 strain found in Florida

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Third US case of new COVID-19 strain found in Florida

"The new year begins with the same old worries over the Corona virus pandemic. A. B C's Avery Harper has more a third case of the more contagious strain of covert 19 from the UK discovered in Florida. Florida health officials say the person infected is a man in his twenties with no history of travel. As nationwide hospitalizations and death due to covert 19 are setting grim milestones regularly, many worrying that the pace of vaccinations isn't fast enough to get a handle on the worsening pandemic. Dr Anthony Fauci, telling NBC there really has to be a lot more effort in the sense of resource is for the locals, namely the States, the cities, the county's on Lee 2.7 million vaccinations recorded far short from the initial goal of 20 million by the end of the

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Flawed Facial Recognition Leads To Arrest and Jail for New Jersey Man, New York

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

04:28 min | 11 months ago

Flawed Facial Recognition Leads To Arrest and Jail for New Jersey Man, New York

"So this is, uh, issue that I think is something that has because here has been so busy with so many things. It's an issue that has slipped by most people, but it's not slipped by Cashmere Hill reporter with The New York Times We've spoken on Cairo nights. She is now joining us here on Seattle. Morning News Kashmir DYNAMITE Story in The New York Times about facial recognition technology. Can we let's start at the beginning of the story. Can you tell us a little bit about who is Nigeria Parks? And why does he matter in this big discussion about facial recognition technology? I feel like you're part that he's in New Jersey. Man. He's 33 years old. You started a grocery store. He now works making kitchen cabinets, and last year he was arrested. Um, for A crime he didn't commit on. See there was Where do I start to know there was a shoplifting incident at a Hampton Inn and in New Jersey, and this guy came in. He stole some candy. The cops were called When the cops got there, He apologized that he would pay for the candy. He gave the cops a Tennessee driver's license and when they ran it in, turn out to be fake. He, um Tried to handcuff him. He ran to his car. He pulled out very quickly. He hit a police car hit the calm of the hotel. And when the officer said he had to, you know, dive out of the way to get cannot be hit by the car on they found the car a mile away, abandoned into the only thing they had for the crime. Andre were this driver's license and You know, there was a problem today. There. There's fingerprints, but they decided to go with his driver's license, and they ran the photo through facial recognition technology and they got a match to night here, Park. And arrested them. And he ended up serving 10 days in jail on at the time that I've I've never been to the Hampton and I've never been dead to that town. You know, he just also happens was in New Jersey. We're talking with Cashmere Hill technology reporter for The New York Times. All right, so, so they arrest Mr Parks Based on what who? Apparently they were told by facial recognition technology who had committed this shoplift against subsequent potential, I guess assault on a police officer. When he was arrested. What was his response? What he was was he surprised that the police showed up two to arrest him. He actually went to the police station to say, Hey, you guys have the wrong guy. This isn't me. Um this is a case of mistaken identity on, do they? They didn't believe him. He Hey, did have some prior convictions in his youth 10. Years ago, he was arrested for selling drugs and he had spent some time in jail. So I think for the Costigan said, Hey, this guy said face matches. They've got prior convictions. He's our guy. Um so yeah, he went to the station. They arrested him. Um, at his Hearing. Uh, because he had these prior convictions. He New Jersey has a no bail system and so at the point system rather than cash determine if you're released before trial. The point is that he had to stay in jail. So he was in jail for 10 days. Well, I got transferred to a pre tile laundering program after he hired a private attorney, which ended up costing him $5000 on then for the you know, the next year, he was Battling this case, you know, he was offered a plea deal. You could take six years and in jail instead of going to trial, and you consider taking it just because he was afraid that he would lose it trial and because he had the prior convictions, he could have gone a very long sentence. It was really scary for him. On and Yeah, it's hard. The police the police always have told me have reported a lot of facial recognition. They say we've never arrest somebody based on Leon facial recognition. We just just the clue in the case. And we do other investigating, But this is the third case for somebody's been wrongfully arrested based basically just on a facial recognition match with very little additional investigation.

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Four leaks in three weeks - what's going wrong?

Coronacast

02:40 min | 1 year ago

Four leaks in three weeks - what's going wrong?

"I'm health reported teigen thailand physician and journalists dr norman swan. It is wednesday the twenty third of december a couple of days from christmas and at least in the greatest sydney area. A lot of people are looking at the christmas that they were planning. Obviously we're watching the case numbers in the northern beaches of sydney really closely. But let's just zoom that for a second and look at what's been happening in the last three or four weeks in that area because it's been more than one leak out of quarantaine. There's been four leaks in three weeks as far as we can see but before we get onto that what we want to say. Corrina cast is. Take our hats off to another wearing hats right at this moment but really dolph our caps to the contact tracers in new south wales. I mean they're just unbelievable. They've got this dying to eight cases yes there are still fairly significant issues. Were pressed upon. Because it's christmas coming up but it's it's an astounding. Effort really is incredibly impressive. As we come with christmas we should just anybody who lives in new south. Wales should really just be thanking the contact tracers for such a fabulous job. They're doing and they're really onto this and the miracles that diamond diamond class contact tracing. I'm sure that that's right. It is really really impressive. Diet hug contact tracers but definitely give them the covid safety stints round of applause if he can absolutely so. Yeah something is going wrong. There's no question about that. There are no as you say four cases so what are. There's the man who drove the bus at the airport with an overseas aircrew from the airport. There's now a nurse who caught it again zoll all going on report a transporting people who were on well third case. This is not necessarily chronological order. Who was not law. Who was right about the time of the van driver to cleaner hotel again. With aircrew in the hotel she was the first and then there was the. There's the the northern beaches outbreak which almost certainly is from somebody who came in from overseas yet to be determined aircrew. Somebody who left hotel. Quarantine booster positive. Who knows what that was. But we don't know that yet so four things going wrong and the genomics. There is showing that they are different points of entry. Yes except as we record current cast. We don't know what the genomics were or was sure with a singular plural on the on the nurse so we don't know what the source of battle laws be presumed that it was different from the others so yes there are different viruses causing this probably from different places from the bus driver and the nurse looks as though the The transportation is high

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"three cases" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"three cases" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Recommend who should get the first covert 19 vaccinations. Also, a 70 year old nurse came out of retirement into the pandemic caught code 19 and dyed her daughter watched as she tried to get into the hospital. This time as a patient the last time I found my mother with me, screaming to the triage nurse to please care for her, then President Trump is in the final days of his term. Legal experts expect him to wield his power to pardon. I am expecting a floodgate. Of pardons for every crony and family member that may have committed a crime in the past four years. The noose is first. Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying Attorney General William Barr says federal authorities have not uncovered any widespread fraud that might have affected the outcome of the 2020 general election. His comments to The Associated Press directly contradicting President Trump's insistence without evidence of the election process had been compromised well with a new economic team around him, President elect Joe Biden is focused on more coronavirus relief funding. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, meanwhile, says he's talking to administration officials and House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy about a targeted coronavirus bill that President Trump will sign Hope that this is something that would be signed into law by the president begun quickly deal with the things that we can agree on now. I think we all know that after the first of the year, there's likely to be a discussion about additional some additional package of some size moderate House and Senate lawmakers have proposed in $908 billion package that includes billions for unemployed Americans as well as businesses. A federal judge in Portland, Oregon, found the city in contempt of a court order that limited the use of tear gas and other crowd control devices by police during racial justice protests. Oregon Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports. The ruling stems from a lawsuit filed by protesters and a local civil rights group. In his ruling, US District Court Judge Marco Hernandez said the city violated his order three separate times during a June 30th protests outside the Portland Police union's headquarters. The order directed police to deploy crowd control devices on Lee when the safety of police are members of the public were risk. Hernandez found. There were several instances where officers use of crowd control munitions didn't violate his order, including cases where protesters kick tear gas canisters back at police. Portland has seen some of the country's largest and most sustained protests following the death of George Floyd during an arrest by police in Minneapolis. For NPR News. I'm Conrad Wilson in Portland. Facebook's Independent Oversight Board has chosen its first cases to review NPR's Shannon Bond explains. The oversight board says it selected six cases out of 20,000 submitted by users. Half the posts in the first batch will remove for breaking Facebook's rules against hate speech. His book, which is among MPR's financial supporters said last month that one out of every 1000 posts viewed on this platform included hate speech. Thea. Other three cases deal with nudity and a post about breast cancer, a Nazi quote that violated Facebook's rules on dangerous organizations and a false claim that The cases will be open for public comment for a week. The board then has 90 days to decide whether Facebook should reinstate the Post's Shannon bond. NPR news. The Dow is up 241 points. This is NPR. Live from KQED News. I'm Paul Land Core. Ah, judge in Marin County could as early as next week ordered the release or transfer of inmates at San Quentin, most at risk of dying from covert 19. Thank you. Ladies. Julie. Small reports. More than 230 men incarcerated at the prison have petitioned the Marin County Superior Court for release or transfer to another prison. They say their age or underlying medical conditions make them vulnerable to Corona virus, and that officials at San Quentin are failing to properly protect them from it. At a hearing Monday, Judge Jeffrey Howard said that the surgeon infection statewide makes the men's please all the more urgent and he plans to answer them. In the coming weeks. 75% of the men incarcerated at San Quentin have caught the virus and 28 have died. More than 300. Prison employees also tested positive and one correctional officer succumb to the disease. I'm Julie Small KQED News. The largest covert outbreak in California's prison system has infected more than 1000 people housed at a Central valley lock up Take you with these Holly J. McDade reports the President Corcoran is at about 130% capacity Sophie Heart with the prison law offices. It's almost too late to fix this crisis, which is really frustrating to be eight months in and have Message that we've been saying for eight months, you know still be true because they don't have space to control us closely. Benjamin Son Dylan is incarcerated there. These guys here, you know, trapped among strangers. Expecting mercy from the merciful. It's just just needs to be just some consideration of humanity. A CDC are a spokesperson says. Officials are responding to the outbreak with mass testing.

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"three cases" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"three cases" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"B. C.'s Karina Mitchell although rare more young children who tested positive for cove in nineteen or have the antibodies now have symptoms similar to toxic shock syndrome or color some keys disease seventy three cases in the state three children have died the CDC has asked the New York health department to draw up the guidelines for the rest of the country on how to tackle this new serious complication W. S. health officials now self quarantining infectious disease scientist Dr Anthony Fauci tells ABC news that he is not doing a full quarantine like CDC director Robert Redfield an FDA commissioner Steven Hahn who planned to self quarantine for fourteen days sources tell ABC news that found she is still expected to show up at the Senate for his testimony Tuesday Redfield an honor expected to appear by video A. B. C.'s chucks Iverson although polls show many Americans support the stay at home orders currently in place so I'm getting fed up with the restriction in Oklahoma City three McDonald's employees were shocked when a story say customer glory show woody allegedly became infuriated when she was told she could not eat at the restaurant in flint Michigan several members of one family facing murder charges for allegedly shooting dollar store security guard Calvin Munnerlyn after authorities say he told them their daughter was required to wear a mask in the store ABC's Alex Perez hope for treatment Dr George young necropolis president of scientific research company Regeneron on ABC's this week what we develop these technologies that allow us to make exactly these antibodies that the body makes in response to the vaccine we make them outside of the body we scale them up in bio reactors and then we inject them into people saying a coronavirus treatment cocktail drug could be ready by the fall you're listening to ABC news yeah it seems like just yesterday when I captured my son's first daps or when we recorded his soccer games on VHS tapes those moments are gone but the old home movies and pictures don't need.

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"three cases" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"three cases" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Admits that some cold at nineteen patients will receive it it doesn't say where or when or whether it was with their permission Schumer saying he wants to know whether veterans are being used as quote Guinea pigs in New York state public health officials warning of a potential complication from covert nineteen that's affected some of the youngest New Yorkers although rare more young children who tested positive for covert nineteen or have the antibodies now have symptoms similar to toxic shock syndrome or Collison keys disease seventy three cases in the state three children have died the CDC has asked the New York health department to draw up the guidelines for the rest of the country on how to tackle this new serious complication A. B. C.'s Karina Mitchell there are at least one point three million coronavirus cases in the U. S. nearly seventy nine thousand people in the U. S. have died from it you're listening to ABC news news radio time twelve oh two Longmont police have arrested a twenty four year old man on two counts of attempted first degree murder police responded to a home shortly before to this morning and found a couple who'd been stabbed the times call reports the sixty one year old man was flown to a Denver hospital in critical condition his fifty four year old wife was taken to the hospital in stable condition she's expected to survive police say Jose Rafael maras are a Dando is a relative of the couple and lived at the home some retail and service stores re opened in the metro area this weekend including cosmetics company more for life in cherry creek proprietor Michael Moore accepting some limitations for now.

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"three cases" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"three cases" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Sixty three cases with Florida's news I'm John Conrad ninety seven point one wash FM local business spotlights he's highlighting local businesses that are making a difference in the DMV the children's national driver testing site is identifying sick patients in controlling the spread of coronavirus they're also increasing telehealth in mental health offerings you can help children's national keep kids in our entire humanity save both today and in the future please donate today at children's national dot org slash giving Tuesday now that's a ninety seven point one wash FM local business spotlight thank you for doing your part are you experienced in the heavy construction trades WG construction an industry leader is looking for you W. G. construction is actively hiring experienced form carpenters rod busters and lead man founded in nineteen eighty six W. G. construction is a heavy civil concrete contractor specializing in heavy highway structural concrete and they are looking for use W. G. construction offers top paid health and dental insurance a four one K. plan paid holidays and more are you tired of living project project W. G. construction offers reliable hours training the opportunity for advancement and believes in hiring for the long term WG construction is a recognized leader in the construction industry and has a place for you your hard work and drive to build a great career with WG can structure for more information check out WGR shin online at W. G. construction dot com or call WG construction at seven oh three three three five fifty five ninety nine and ask for Matt equal opportunity employer women are encouraged to apply video station for the elderly but Jack Callahan fox.

"three cases" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"three cases" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Christ try help you deal with these issues all the time you decide whether or not you these procedures can safely go the reason was not their ventilators being used for these so called elective procedures but when someone needs a bypass surgery on their heart or heart valve I guess that's elective but not really what's wrong with letting the professionals decide how to conduct their own business there was not one single person on the ventilator from covered nineteen and and Ohio when the door and made a decision that should tell you volumes hi Chuck overreaction we gotta go thanks for your call and by the way in reaction to this I went on the the virus the department of health website on the covert nineteen so far in Ohio in the last month there's been a total of four thousand forty three cases confirmed of the covert nineteen there is a total of three hundred forty six and I see you there's been a total of one thousand one hundred and four hospitalizations we're going to get an update in about in about twenty about forty minutes from from doctor acted but on the website it said right now hundred nineteen deaths in Ohio over the past month now Ishita said and I have no reason to contradict her I think she's doing a great job she has said that there's going to be up to ten thousand per day infections and of that amount there'd be at least one thousand hospitalizations a day starting real soon going for a two three week period give this figure in mind from March the second until Monday April the sixth there's been a total of one thousand one hundred and four hospitalizations in Ohio a total and allegedly coming soon will be ten thousand per day of new cases up to this point there's been four thousand and thirty days total four thousand and thirty days real soon in the next week or two it's going to be ten thousand a day with at least a thousand hospitalizations hundreds of I see you and the death rate of course is going to skyrocket into the thousands and I would add one thing this morning at two AM as I was still up looking at numbers Bill Gates gave an interview you might recall a few days ago the president and the doctor found chained and doctor Burks and by the way tomorrow we're going to have a vice president Mike pence with you and I he's call to come on of course I said absolutely Mister vice president come on that the number a few days ago was a hundred to two hundred and forty thousand that is well down from the number of two point two million about a month ago the experts are telling us two point two million and then after all the numbers are crunched etcetera it came down to one hundred to two hundred forty thousand by the institute for health metrics and evaluation I am AG then it came out this morning about two o'clock that that number is now down to eighty four thousand and change and I pray that everyone survives I follow the rules I have no medical expertise whatsoever and therefore when Dr Acton and doctor found June Dr Burke's tell me this what we gotta do the great America will do it I comply because I don't have the medical expertise to overrule them the numbers they've given up to this point are grossly in reality lower than what the experts predicted in the experts originally said two point two million dead Americans which is astronomical now a few days ago it was a hundred thousand to two hundred forty thousand then Bill Gates said and I am AG said wells down eighty four thousand in Ohio we're about to experience according to the the good doctor ten thousand new cases a day one of the last thirty days we've totaled four thousand and the desert hundred nineteen I'm sure she's gonna now some forty five minutes that it's higher but I would wish your reporter in Columbus when asked the good doctor in our governor how do you justify hundreds or thousands of churchgoers generally evangelicals putting themselves and others at risk why not shut down and will not shut him down you what you do is say to the charges you abide by the same rules as everyone else six three separation no more than ten and if you violate those rules you're going to be cited and or arrested and the and bill Cunningham stance with that one thousand percent so let's continue with more blood becomes available which it never does five one three seven four nine three seven thousand pounds seven hundred if you're a if you have the cook corona virus would you tell Matt's time and my producer when you call in or if you're treating someone or caring for someone that has it let us know and I want to hear how the symptoms are different watching what I watch and reading what I've read it's everything eighty to ninety percent have no symptoms at all you don't know you have a and the other ten to twenty percent of that number ten to twenty percent are hospitalized in ten to twenty percent of those are and I see you and less than one percent of those are going to die so we'll see what happens but then when you call in we got full lines of course but tell my producer match time and whether you have it or whether you're caring for someone who does and will move you up the list and get to you immediately the term of the Reds hopefully to play sometime in July on news radio seven hundred WLW hi Scott Sloan here at seven hundred WLW we know you may be going through a tough.

"three cases" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"three cases" Discussed on WTOP

"You Montgomery County leaders urging the public not to panic but to be on alert after three travel related cases of corona virus have been confirmed in the county we've been preparing for this scenario since January county executive Marc Elrich says the county has kicked in its response plan this is the state confirms three people who recently took a cruise have tested positive for covert nineteen the county's chief health officer Travis gales I can say that the cruise was not affiliated with Baltimore the county isn't revealing details about where the couple in their seventies or the woman in her fifties live but says they are self quarantine and doing well and this is important given we have talked about how if you are older you maybe address Gail says it's important to note that there are no community transmitted cases of the illness in Rockville Mike Morello WTOP news being time Maryland senators have approved an emergency bill for funding the state's response to corona virus it would allow Maryland to spend fifty million dollars from its rainy day fund it would help pay for quarantines ramped up testing and hospital equipment governor Larry Hogan had announced the legislation days before the state confirmed the three cases in Montgomery County the Montgomery County schools will remain open but school leaders say they're preparing for the worst it absolute requires that we be fully integrated we've already spent hundreds of hours this grown every day Jack Smith the superintendent of Montgomery County public schools says he's been in constant contact with local health officials monitoring the developing situation we are very purposeful that we keep those lines of communication very tight the school system says the three people tested positive for corona virus have not had contact with students so schools will remain open as usual Smith says the system is putting together plans preparing for the possibility of future closures that's the last thing I think about at night before I fall asleep and the first thing I look at in the morning when I get up neckline Elie WTOP news a joint statement from the four U. S. senators who represent Maryland and Virginia on their concerns about the corona virus they're urging metro to continue monitoring the situation and to make safety changes as needed for protecting riders they see metro forms the backbone of the local travel infrastructure and they want to ensure every effort is made to slow the spread of the virus metro activated a pandemic task force in late January and about a month ago the agency ordered facemasks disinfectant on hand sanitizer hand hand sanitizer as a precaution better has been sanitizing trains more frequently of late I'm a a log in steam all three jurisdictions Maryland Virginia and DC now have the ability to conduct and evaluate their own testing for the novel coronavirus and that speeding up the process and the CDC says it does not recommend people who are well wear a face mask to try to protect themselves from Colbert nineteen the agency says only people who show symptoms of the novel coronavirus should wear the face masks and they're crucial for health workers and people who are taking care of someone with the disease either at home or in a health care facility Neil or constrain WTO Pinos no cases of corona virus have been reported in Virginia but ten people are being tested in the Commonwealth DC also with no confirmed cases one person being tested there it's one oh seven I was having a lot of sinus infections my sinuses were clogged pressure headaches Linda has suffered for years with chronic sinus infections you don't feel like doing anything when when you feel like your head is completely clogged are you want to do is just to lay down to sleep and the pressure is just not fun always walking around with a headache now.

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"three cases" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"three cases" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Your potential community spread cases on Jack Callahan fox news one of them in Oregon I understand that this news is concerning however I want to reassure you that our state and local authorities are responding quickly to the case as Oregon's governor Kate brown says health officials are trying to learn how that patient came in contact with the virus but the centers for disease control hasn't yet confirmed the state's positive test and there's apparently a second case in California the patient is an older woman with chronic health issues who was suffering a respiratory illness her physician contacted health officials and she was quickly tested it's unknown how she might have contracted the disease trace Gallagher reports that makes three cases total in the U. S. of unknown origin a

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"three cases" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"three cases" Discussed on AP News

"P.'s Karen Travis reports he's sick and wanted to remain near his home the votes can confirm that the eighty three year old pontiff was feeling under the weather and had what they described as a slight indisposition however they added that Francis would proceed with the rest of his blood work which was closer to Santa Monica the Vatican hotel where he lives there was no word from the Vatican about the nature of his illness but the pipe was seen coughing and blowing his nose during the Ash Wednesday mass it comes amid an outbreak of the corona virus needs to lead that has sickened more than four hundred people almost all of them in the north Ryan had three cases but all three were killed I'm Karen Thomas the government in Spain is taking action against Placido Domingo A. P. entertainment correspondent Oscar was Gabriel reports it comes following his apology for sexually harassing women over the course of two decades famous canceling two upcoming shows by the iconic operas start becoming the first opera groups in Europe to bar him from performing since allegations against him first cropped up here in the U. S. Spain's culture ministry says the decision was made given the seriousness of the allegations against to mingle dozens of women have claimed he sexually harassed them and in some cases kept them from working because they turned him down it comes a day after a union representing U. S. opera performers found to mingle sexually harassed women as he was heading up operas in Washington in Los Angeles I'm Oscar wells Gabriel pop star Justin Bieber's earned his first ever nominations for the academy of country music awards is that for for ACM awards for the chart topping crossover due at ten thousand hours with the Grammy winning duo Dan and Shay Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney share for bids with Bieber including for song of the year and video of the year Dan and Shay are also nominated for duo of the year and Smyers is nominated individually is the producer and the music event category multiple acts earned five ACM nominations including twenty nineteen male artist of the year Thomas Rhett who's earned his first nomination for entertainer of the year and Grammy winner Maren Morris who's up for female artist of the year the ACM awards hosted by reigning ACM entertainer of the year Keith urban will air live on CBS on April fifth from Las Vegas I am checking with the visuals are retracing the.

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"three cases" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"three cases" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Start your first lesson in the language of your choice for free download the Babbel app or text explore to sixty four thousand and try it for free text he acts P. L. O. R. eight to sixty four thousand now the new the legal team president from to be controlled gave his first arguments enemy corresponding Kaitlyn Collins reports questions remain about what form their defense should take now some people including the president wanted to come out have this full thirty defense while others say you know you've got to know your audience here it's a hundred senators and you come out and you're essentially you know this boisterous performance it's not going to be something that they are really receptive to the Chinese government working to contain the new deadly coronavirus correspondent Dr Sanjay Gupta says in the US public health officials are watching to see if it spreads so far they haven't and that's really good because as much as this is spreading in China right now we haven't started to see that same level of spread the United States and if we don't I think it's certainly gonna tamp down the level of concern forces death toll is now fifty six in North America three cases have been diagnosed bill as numbers foretell data was immense annual fan fest at Citi field Saturday some new energy surrounding the team with a new manager in place always Ross being officially introduced Friday as the replacement for Carlos Beltran roll ons no stranger to the young players on the Mets included among them Pete Alonso unfortunate kind of all the events that happened but I'm so happy for for Louis because I hadn't and twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen as manager for normal ponies and just kind of seeing him managing game I mean do never loses cool never hits the panic button he's always so prepared and he doesn't just use like his knowledge of the game he uses his instincts very very well the Mets also reportedly inviting and one of the new year's to spring training as a non roster invitee in overtime victory for that's in Detroit one twenty one one eleven is Connery Irving poured in forty five points thirty three in the second half and to you got to set the standard the face of the office of the downtown dress of attack the room I saw it and just keep re on the yes network Brooklyn plays an.

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"three cases" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"three cases" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seventy three cases are considered probable hi bone for Connecticut man accused of murdering his estranged wife Charlie three photos photos to law center court in a blue blazer white open collar shirt and hand cuffs to be arraigned on charges he murdered his estranged wife Jennifer defense attorney norm had its question the strength of the evidence is still rolling in the dark grasping at straws the judge set bond at six million dollars in order to those to have no contact with his five children to understand all the time we number two co defendants were also arraigned all three are due back in court next month Aron Kader ski ABC news New York and a local story developing this afternoon every police assisting Mauldin police and state police looking for a suspect they say fled from a stolen car right on the ever had mold in line for a brief time the Matalin English school was on lockdown earlier today that lock down has been lifted there have been several helicopters in the skies canine units also on scene we are standing by for a report from the scene from WBZ's Karen regal the Massachusetts salvation army is sending help to Porter Rico they'll be doing boots on the ground working hard hit upon say a small team of veteran salvation army emergency disaster workers led by Chris Farrant of the Massachusetts salvation army will be assessing the scope of the damage and figuring out residents immediate needs things like shelter water and clothing Farren says they also provide crisis counseling and emotional support connecting with people letting them know you care helping them think through what's the immediate next step you need to do that whole emotional spiritual care process happens from minutes after disaster years down the road how do we help people rebuild their insides their heart and their soul in their mind this is Farron six time helping out in Porter Rico he was there in the aftermath of hurricane Maria Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's newsradio.

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"three cases" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"three cases" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Three case was that this was using it not law enforcement database and that struck me as quite nope worth it Natalie ram teaches law at the university of Maryland and she learned about Michael story in two thousand fifteen this was the first known time police had searched a genealogy database instead of the usual criminal databases created for police those law enforcement databases may have problems Natalie says but at least they have supervision state labs have to follow specific procedures database searches might be limited to certain crimes and the criminal database coatis holds only DNA profiles of people who've been arrested or convicted so by law they've already lost some privacy rights by contrast the consumer genetic databases are comprised primarily of people who have decided they're interested in learning more about their DNA what it can tell them about their ancestral origins one of my total about their future genetic medical risks and soccer all pretty personal stuff so personal says Natalie that consumer DNA databases need oversights laws about when and how police can use them in her view it goes back to the basics of the constitution we have a balance of values between of privacy and crime solving between liberty and crime solving afterall one four think it's all the last war crimes if they were able to enter anyone's home at any time just because they wanted to we.

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"three cases" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"three cases" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"They at least three cases confirmed at restaurants in Palm Beach and Pinellas counties. Alex Shaw of the Florida Department of health and Palm Beach county says you have ways of avoiding getting sick. This is why washing your hands. And so finally important, and everything that I've seen every bit of information we ever put out about hepatitis. We always say to wash your hands with soap and water. And if you feel you need to, to get the vaccine, he also says you have fourteen days from when you get exposed to Titus a to get the vaccine and still have it potentially protect you. From the virus, Florida. Only recently made marijuana legal to use as medicine at least one, other state says the federal government continues illegally to obstruct what people want, as far as prescription pot goes, Utah. Governor Gary Herbert is criticizing the federal government for its lack of action on medical marijuana. There's the potential violation of law or banking laws, nothing out there, because of inaction the federal government. They ought to be ashamed. Herbert says Congress's forcing states to take action. Legalizing medical cannabis in order to follow the will of the people, the governor unloaded on the federal government after being asked about Utah's new policy that'll treat medical cannabis just like any other prescription drug. Sara Lee Kessler, NBC News Radio Memorial Day comes tomorrow, and one thing about it bugs at least one Florida veteran. When people say happy Memorial Day can eat a Gordon reminds us. It's not a happy occasion. But one to remember those who died fighting for our country, I lost friends of mine in Afghanistan, and I honestly I use the state of just remember them and remember they them as a person and their sacrifice for this country Memorial Day ceremonies will happen throughout the state tomorrow. With Florida's news, I'm John mcquilken since nineteen eighty-five ABC pest control is seen the damage in heartache, the termites of cause homeowners in central Florida, dry wooden subterranean..

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"three cases" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"three cases" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Tara Siler Vallejo police released dramatic body camera footage today of a man killed in a Taco Bell drive-thru last month. Kikuchi Alex Emslie reports the death of bay area rapper Willie McCoy has drawn intense criticism of the Vallejo police department, which has a high rate of officer involved shootings the footage shows McCoy apparently asleep in the driver's seat of his car parked in the drive through lane on the evening of February ninth a Taco Bell employee called nine one one police arrived and noticed a handgun McCoy's lap. When he woke up and reached forward, six officers open fire, civil rights attorney, John Burroughs says McCoy's family plans to file a lawsuit was pretty shocking in a young, man. You know, just slaughtered. It did not appear. There was justification for the shooting when it took place. Police say McCoy reach for the gun before half a dozen officers. Open fire. The officers involved have been cleared to return to duty autopsy and toxicology results are pending as an investigation by the district attorney's office. I'm Alex Emslie news, San Francisco, and Santa Clara counties had some of the lowest arrest rates in the state K cuties Julie small reports, that's according to a new report today from the nonpartisan public policy institute of California. The report analyze the most recent data from two thousand sixteen it showed that Santa Clara county had about twenty five hundred arrests for every one hundred thousand residents San Francisco county also had a very low arrest rate. Both counties were far below the statewide average of about thirty five hundred researchers say a lot of factors driving arrests, including crime rates demographics, law enforcement staffing and the need to reduce crowding in the jails. The report found that the two bay area counties. Follow a general trend in California of urban counties. Reporting lower arrest rates than rural ones, I'm Julie small K Q E D news officials in Alameda, and Santa Clara counties are reporting two new cases of measles when she is very contagious. K cuties khloe Veldman reports the Santa Clara county health department has confirmed. A new measles case. The third this month all three involved international travel. Meanwhile, Alameda County health officials are warning people who ate at sourced barbecue and spirits in Livermore last Saturday that they might have been exposed to measles. Interim Alameda County health officer Eric upon says someone with measles visiting from the county region dined at the restaurant that night, we are increasingly seeing larger outbreaks across the country, more and more cases in California as well. As the California Department of public health says there have been sixteen confirmed measles cases reported statewide this ship these. These new cases bringing the total to eighteen last year. There were twenty one in total. I'm clubby Veldman K Cutie news more public officials in the south bay have signed nondisclosure agreements with Mountain View based Google as the tech giant plans to expand south to San Jose twenty-seven valley transportation authority officials and contractors sign in as the V ta says the agency wanted to understand more about Google's proposed mega campus near BART's planned extension to dirt on station. Grace hostile is tracking this story for San Jose spotlight. I think people are really concerned about transparency here because you are talking about public officials and public funds and Google the private corporation, and you know, it it really does a lot. When public entities are signing a nondisclosure agreements with private corporations about information that really should be available to public to watchdog groups are suing the city of San Jose after elected officials also signed Indy as with Google Cal train af-..

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"three cases" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"three cases" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Who had worked at the store for short time. Amanda Curtis flowers was arrested for the murders. Be unusual thing about this case is that the district. Attorney in the area. Doug Evans has now tried flowers for this these murders six times, which is practically unheard of all of the convictions. So far except for the most recent one have been overturned by lower court, the first trial in one thousand nine hundred seven another one in one thousand nine hundred nine two thousand four two thousand seven two thousand eight and again in two thousand ten what do you know about Curtis flowers? Well, as I say he worked there for a brief time he was fired either because he messed up he drop some merchandise and damaged at or because he didn't show up for work. Both of those things are true. There's been a wheel physical evidence against him. A gun was never found. You know, obviously DNA doesn't help anything because he worked at the store. And so that doesn't prove anything. There was a one particle of gun powder residue on his hand. He was convicted in part because of jailhouse snitch is folks who said that he confessed to them these murders. But in each of these three cases that people have recanted and said that wasn't true. They were just making up something that the prosecutor wanted to hear it is important understand that this case isn't before the court, but really the tactics by the prosecutor, correct? That's right. I mean, the there's been a there was a podcast called in the dark that race a lot of questions about flowers this conviction. However, it's not really flowers, that's sort of on trial at the supreme court. It's the prosecutor Doug Evans in two of the cases the there was a finding of prosecutorial misconduct in one of the trials. The Mississippi supreme court said that he had maneuvered to keep African Americans off the jury jury and in two of the cases the only two in which there was more than one African American on the jury those are the cases in which there was a hung jury and a mistrial. And so the court is going to be looking at whether Evans worked to keep African Americans off the jury, which is something that the supreme court has. A prosecutor can't do we should also point out that the suspect in this case Curtis flowers continues to maintain his innocence. Correct. That's correct and somewhat unusual in these death penalty cases at the supreme court. They don't often involves involves someone who says that he is completely innocent of the crime. Would you know about the district attorney Doug Evans, he is still on the job? Correct. He is he's been in office since nineteen ninety two he will be re-elected for another four year term soon because no one is running against him. He did not agree to an interview with me when I was doing the story from why? No, no, he has not really discussed any of this to any extent. He has said that he sure that Curtis flowers is guilty, and he has denied keeping. African Americans off the jury, but you know, there are some tough statistics against him that are out there. He used in. This most recent qua- trial in twenty ten five of his six strikes of jurors were against African Americans in one of the trials he struck every potential juror who was black. And so the question for the court is do you look just at this most recent trial and twenty ten and what went on in jury selection there or do you need to look at the entirety of this case? And what's happened in the cases before this one as well? And Robert burns, let's go through some of the numbers because there have been a total of seventy two jurors in six trials sixty one of those jurors white all voting to find flowers guilty and six of the eleven African American jurors finding the opposite. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, there's a real striking racial divide here on this case, I should point out that three of the four victims were fly to one was black flowers, of course, is black. And so, you know, this is a continuing problem in the judicial system, and to, you know, these racial divides in juries, and in the way that they sort of either trust or don't trust law enforcement. And so it's a, you know, it's a continuing problem that the court has faced the court as I said doesn't allow either prosecutors or the defense to strike jurors either because of their race or their gender. But you know, they can also offer a race neutral reason for kicking someone off which is what happens did in this case. The headline race and the death penalty. The reporting of Robert burns supreme court correspondent for the Washington Post as always we thank you for your time. Thank you in other news on this Monday. The president's twenty twenty budget proposal calling for eliminating funding for the corporation for public broadcasting which helped fund stations such as PD s and a National Public Radio as well as the National Endowment for the arts or any-, a the twenty twenty request which was released innocent tardy earlier today calls for scrapping, a total of four hundred and thirty five million dollars from the corporation for public broadcasting another one hundred twenty six million from any a leading both with a few million dollars to manage with the administration is calling an orderly shutdown. Congress must approve this. It's unlikely to do. 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"three cases" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

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