18 Burst results for "Timmins"

"timmins" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"timmins" Discussed on KOMO

"A double team reaches makes it with a left hand he's good to go as for dogs by ten twenty by fifteen who I thought they were to call basket interference are on sale in the well he tried to pull the hand away like it was hot potato because I think he might have touched it and a pass to the mid post intercepted by thoughtful growth with it's another steal by the T. stumble his third of the game with his defense is playing together right now remarkable what the Huskies have done in building a twenty seven fifteen lead less than a minute to go Richard out TA boss looks at Richardson back to Pritchard topic he picks up his dribble he's in trouble Richard looks and spent the past down the coral walling up Sam Timmins of course was over top within thirty eight seconds left that's pretty good defense right have to give up a bucket late like that lazy about intercepted by a means of floater by Richardson pops out mystic gets his own rebound bounce out pop would be dark chocolate twenty five seconds to go tell seeing behind the left gets out by Jaylen Nowell he's in the two three seven seconds left in the half years Pritchard wants to go to work passport site being public on a sock sounds by Chris reporter they called David Moore is there going to get let Lewis being sued three free throws with forty I'm not so sure that Louis king on the on the opposite arm did not push off all boy second free.

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"timmins" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"The eagles there we Colin Campbell his seventh of the year at ten fifty nine of the third period from Connor Timmins and Nick Henry Connor ten was the rookie defenseman the thirty second overall pick in twenty seventeen he had been out of the lineup for the Colorado eagles since December fourteenth but in his first game back for the rookie defenseman did say to assist night an a plus one rating for him as well rampages gonna power play midway through the third period a little a little past the midway point and they decide this is their trailing for one since they need offense they're going to pull out of Wilcox they pull the goaltender free six on for advantage but it does not work out as TJ tight and coasted for an empty net short handed goal that made five one eagles forty five seconds going on the power play rampage net is empty trying to make the most of this power play in a three goal gave the whole experience five one he did turn it is for the season unassisted and short handed the eighth shorthanded goal given up by the rampage this season that may five one Colorado and it would remain five one is the eagles pick up their twenty second win of the year and improved to six in all time against the rampage shots on goal in the third period rampage given thirteen for game total of thirty two Colorado legal seven for a gain total twenty four rampage her over to on the power play eagles were over three that third power play just ten seconds long at the very end of regulation after the combatives atmosphere took over a little bit Jordan.

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"timmins" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Farmers to step up recently? Thousands of cattle in acres in Nebraska have been lost due to spring floods owner of Timmins feed brought Timmons knows just how devastating these floods have been for the victims. There's a lot of grain that's being lost from last year's crop. That was in the been coming for two thousand nineteen those fields are just covered trash covered in sand and silt from the river. It's gonna take a lot of time to clean up out there to get back up and going between Timmons. And they have both been able to collect from the community over six hundred bags of feed several tons of hay and horse equipment with the help of few semis in volunteers. They were able to deliver these donations to Nebraska cattle ranchers in person just yesterday they plan on making just another trip in just a few weeks and gas, but he says the average gas price here in Indy. This weekend is two dollars and sixty nine cents. Pinot foreign we have your forecast from the American standard heating weather center. Chilly. Temperatures on this last day of March, but lots of sunshine on the way with a high of thirty six clear and cold heading into the overnight low down to twenty five. I'm wish TV storm track. Eight meteorologist Marcus Bailey for Ninety-three WIBC, and I'm Alison lemons on the level on the go and we're on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com. Planning a spring break getaway. Well with the Capital One venture card. You were an unlimited double miles any purchase you make today and every day and those miles add up to get you closer to that trip to paradise every vanilla soy latte. Double miles every time. You pump gas demo miles even when you buy a set of monogram beach towels yet several miles you weren't unlimited double miles on every purchase. And then you go the Capital One venture card the card that takes you there. What's in your wallet? Went back USA. I'm ready to take the.

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"timmins" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Partners to turn complexity in the simplicity. It's not orchestration by CDW CDW people who get it the Washington from Chris within five and then since then the tar heels on an eight zero run of the last two minutes and twelve seconds Carolina. Dow up thirteen forty nine thirty six Washington with the basketball after the timeout called Mike Hopkins. Noelle leans in body. Got fouled was hit shot. Shorten the rebound. North carolina. Gerbeau for low tar heels for the Whiteside to three Washington zone. Cameron Johnson has it on the left side looking into the paint picks up the dribble drops it ought to Robinson Robinson cross-court passed. The Kobe white white a left hand dribble. A step back contested threes. Well off the Mark rebound loose and control by Noah Dickerson for the huskies. Front court. Jalen wealth, washing tries to make a run here down thirteen the wealth sends basked middle of the defense Dickerson. Just flat lost it off his hands rolled out of bounds. It'll go over to Carolina never really had the ball. He was trying to make a move before. He grasped it. So as he was trying to rip it through. That you didn't have it's hands on. It securely the ball with through his hands within also through the legs of Cameron Johnson of North Carolina. Gets a breather for Washington. Dominic. Green replaces him on the fourth law speaks targets with the basketball branded Robson across cross-court pass. Now white back to Robson pass. Works gives it up to me inside. Luke maye off the glass Java Brooks coming from that right baseline side catches the ball bounce pass underneath the extended arms of the Washington defense to Luke maye throws it up off the glass. Fifteen fifty one to thirty six years, titled the service for the right side. The messiah Carter. Swingset across before. Works today. Chris ten on the shot clock up. Chris leans in a bounce pass goes in all goes off, the Timmins fouled or washing or two. There could have been any one of a couple of different travels. Instead will be free throws to come off. The foul by garrison Brooks, the official time out fifteen fifteen to go to the actual the war North Carolina by fifteen go. Tar heels fifty one the Washington huskies thirty six you're listening to the men's basketball tournament, the Westwood One radio network. And.

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"timmins" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:53 min | 3 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"About that later on triple eight nine seven one S eight GE triple eight nine seven one seven two four three. But let's get back to this. Apparent Josse small at hoax. Two Nigerian men have been arrested. They claim reportedly that they were offered thirty five hundred dollars to status attack five hundred dollars more when the attack was over both of them appeared on empire, both of them new Josse smaller and the police are now investigating smaller as the orchestrator of this hoax, and they want to interview him. But apparently the interview has not yet taken place. I'm not saying that small it is not cooperative. But it doesn't appear that he's very enthusiastic about meeting with the Chicago PD again having a talk with him. He's also hired a defense lawyer. Have you heard a victim of a hate crime? Hiring a lawyer to defend himself against accusations. That the allegation was false. And speaking a false allegations. I just mentioned before the break that the local in WC, president of a chapter intimidate Ville, South Carolina, light on a cop. Put a very lengthy post on Facebook. Tonight racially profiled. I was driving a Mercedes going home in a nice neighborhood. He claimed the officer told him I am doing your favorite tonight by not taking you to jail or writing you a ticket quota. The police chief of Timmins Ville his name is Billy Brown. Contacted Reverend multi the next morning. What's the deal? And he said that the officer accused him having drugs in the car. Made a whole bunch of other allegations that the officer allegedly made and then chief Brown review the body Cam video of the four minute traffic. Stop. It showed a very polite officer explaining why he pulled Reverend multi over for failing to single left turn. And he reminded the occupants to wear their seatbelts. No ticket. No, nothing. Real polite. And after the video Cam came out the chapter had removed the pulse from Facebook. Then around the same time, a black southern South Carolina woman claims she had a traumatic experience. Her term not mine in Virginia when pulled over for speeding and was threatened. Again. Her word not mine by white top. Her name is dawn Hilton Williams. She posted an eleven minute. Facebook live video accusing the Brunswick county sheriff's office deputy of racism. Code. I had a traumatic experience. I want people who are not African American who me to really get where I'm coming from. When I saw the police pull up behind the state trooper, I was immediately afraid. Threaten me Britain to pull me out the car, so degrading things. Outcomes a body. Cam video officer addressed her. It's ma'am, explain why he clocked her going seventy on a fifty five asked her to sign the summoned for speeding. She she repeatedly refused. Officer says what I'm what you're signing. Here's a promised to come to court or promised to repay is not an admission of guilt. If you're if you're used to sign the summit to this point, we're going to take you get out of the car, but if take you under arrest in and gone forever magistrate. She then signed it. He then said to her. Thank you very much have a very safe day. She. Now around the same time also a pulse went viral. It was posted by the civil rights activist named Sean king claim that in Ellis county, Texas, a Texas Department of public safety trooper sexually assaulted a black woman named Shahida Dixon. Cole. King was all about the assault. And then the tape comes out. The police issued the following statement, quote, the video shows absolutely no evidence to support the agree GIS and unsubstantiated accusations against the trooper during the arrest of the suspect. The department is appalled that anyone would make such a despicable slanderous in false allegation. End of quote, all that happened within a matter of weeks. How many times does happen? We don't know about it. When there isn't a body Cam. One more time the complaints against officers fell ninety percent nine zero. In reality show. After the civilians knew they were being taped their behavior. Change the cops behavior didn't change. They just follow their own training. Josse small it was believed because so many people in the country insists that racism remains a major parliament America. They insist that the police are routinely engaging racially racial, profiling even though the government has studied this study. This study this. And you know, it's not true. Because if it were true there would be mass class action lawsuits and depending upon the statute under which you bring the lawsuit you could get triple damages. So there's a financial incentive to bring lawsuits where are they? Where are they? Black criminal defendants get longer sentences white from defendants said Eric Holder. Therefore, there's egregious racism. I've told you the Simpson commission said the reason for the differences have to do with all sorts of factors doctors take into consideration. And what about black churches? Do they give black defendants in more lenient? Cincinnati. Don't. It's a lie. One time. Obama said the same thing that Jesse Jackson said that there are more black men in prison than they are than there are black men in colleges and universities that is a lie. If you look at college age plaque man, there are five times as many college age black men in colleges and universities as are in jail or prison. Here here you have Obama repeating that. Got back checked. It was determined to be untrue. That does not stop people from saying it. And you're getting people killed because cops get more, passive and the bad guys are aware of that and crime goes up. You're not just spreading ally. You're getting people killed. Here's what Linda said about relief factor. First of all the ten every day. 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"timmins" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on KOMO

"The work with seven seconds left in the half steps into eleven point three. It wasn't a pretty happy. But that's a great way to finish Toni castricone that right? Jason Hamilton Noah Dickerson injured his shoulder. Then his right ankle and off the bench came big Sam Timmins the Kiwi at great moments for Washington and that victory coach Mike Hopkins. Says fellas made their way through the snow and ice for some practice time early this week it heck yet coach you played you've coached in upper New York. Syracuse are Seattle snow. I guess it's not a big deal for you. No question. It was a layup shirk is considered a dusting. I tweet I tweeted I put out and I said if anybody needs snow advice, just call or good. Let me ask you this on a more serious note, the Associated Press still leaving you guys just barely out of the top twenty five is that a good thing to keep the chip on the shoulder and stay hungry for your team. Good psychologically at the end of the day. You know, it doesn't really matter. But it it goes back to the same thing. You know, we gotta go out there and just focus on that next game. And you know, we can we can control what we do. You know? I think the biggest thing is like what you said is just keeping that chip on your shoulder and going out there getting better I felt like even the last two games we won. But we didn't play how we play in. So just get back on the grind getting the practice. Skipper care for these these next two games. And and move forward. We talked about it during the press conference last week team seemed to try and speed you up a little bit Oregon UCLA did it too in the full court. Do you expect Arizona Arizona state to do more of the same until you can punish them with some breaks of your own? That's a great question. I think the biggest thing is both UCLA in Oregon are pressing teams. Arizona. Sean knows always been a great defensive coach. They've always pressured and got up, and we're really really aggressive, so more probably. Pressure. The ball tonight. Get real physical. I think both you know when you watch your zone in Arizona state. They're they're mad demand defenses bad, you know, their strengths. And so a little bit different more half three quarter court rather than more pressing. There is coach op now Noah Dickerson day today is he's battling that ankle injury. We'll see if he can go Thursday night pregame show at five thirty six o'clock tip right here on KOMO news after the break. Husky football lands to more five stars here in the Wednesday edition of the Thursday night. Doghouse for anyone else. It's the ultimate.

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"timmins" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on KOMO

"One come Thursday, though, as we head into the evening hours. Rain will be likely right now in Seattle, sunshine and fifty five degrees. Komo news time three twenty five capitals. New software update came with a concerning glitch that allowed FaceTime callers to access your front facing camera, Android, iphone, Mike, even if you never answered the call ABC's, George Stephanopoulos, and Rebecca Jarvis have more on how apple is responding to address this yet while they're beginning to address at Georgia. But this is an important warning for anyone with an iphone, ipad or MAC. This newly discovered bug means that someone could be using FaceTime to spy on you, the major glitch. Let's face FaceTime. Caller immediately. Hear the audio from your phone before you've accepted or rejected a FaceTime request it essentially turns your phone into a hot mic. Letting collars ease drop on you, even lets them access your camera without your knowledge. In a statement. Apple says, we're aware of this issue. We have identified effects that will be released in a software update, plus George they've temporarily disabled the group FaceTime. Crew FaceTime feature that could have been corrupted. Exactly, that's the part of it. And there are potentially millions of people at risk for this. The issue is the twelfth point one update that came out in October is the thing that the bug has moved its way through. So if you updated your phone in the last couple of months, you very likely could be impacting there is something that anyone out there can do this morning. I did it on my way into work this morning. You open up the settings. You go to face time. And you turn it to off. There's the little toggle button. Turn it off that will automatically keep you safe from this. And they're also apple is also releasing this update that everyone should download when it comes out ABC's George Stephanopoulos, sand, Rebecca Jarvis. Well, improved play by big Kiwi is part of the Washington, husky basketball success formula more from komo's Bill Swartz, talking dawgs sense production has been one of the keys in Washington's nine-game basketball win streak junior Senator Sam Timmins giving the huskies valuable minutes blocking shots grabbing rebounds and eating space in that two three zone different dynamic. You've got. And you go.

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"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:29 min | 3 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Let's talk to someone who worked with Nathan at hacienda healthcare as a respiratory therapist until two thousand sixteen her name is Ellinora rigors Ellinora. How are you today? I'm good. How are you guys doing? We're doing good Ellinora. What was it like with Nathan Sutherland you worked closely with him? What was he like me? I suppose you could save because I had nothing, but a good opinion of him. I had a good professional working relationship with him friendly outgoing very nice. If I had concerns that I had to bring him over a patient. I personally always felt like it was in good hands. It would be addressed. Now, we know otherwise, we know the monster. But not when I was working with him. I never saw any indication of anything other than professionally. A nice guy. Never inappropriate with me. Never inappropriate that I ever saw with anybody else. And now that you know, what he probably did by goodness. Your thoughts. Must be quite different. Honestly, I was completely devastated. It really rocked my world. I still can't process it. I just keep thinking over and over in my head like did. I miss something. Is there anything that? I could think of schooling back and trying to replay things that ever happened. Nothing. I can't come up with anything. So now, I'm at the point where I'm going. Well, I kind of compare him I suppose too if it's true. I mean, we still gotta go innocent until proven guilty. That's our our legal measure, but at the same time DNA doesn't lie. That's what. So I'm I'm so conflicted horribly conflicted. But I think given him the benefit of the doubt. But if he did this. He's the lowest scum that I could ever imagine. And I think of him like a Ted, bud. Bundy I think he's a sociopath or the food. I saw that people light everybody liked him. But I feel like he told us Ellinora rigors work at hacienda. Healthcare's a respiratory therapist until two thousand sixteen which meant she worked with Nathan Sutherland, the man who was arrested Phoenix PD says his DNA matches the child that was born to a woman in basically a comatose state. I don't know how to ask this without just asking it. And I don't mean anything against you. Because I know you said I wonder if I miss something, do you think he might have assaulted other patients or was there something about this particular victim, all I can say about that is that there are other women that are in that same age range on that wing. And I'm extremely extremely concerned and worried about that I don't have the answer to that. But I'm very worried about that. He was supposed to be the caretaker of the victim. How many other women was he the caretaker for who are in like? Similar incapacitated. State on that wing that we're talking about they call them pods. So he was on this particular pod. A lot of the time. That's where I was a lot of the time too. But we got moved around the RT's got moved around a lot more than I'd say, the, nurses. Probably did. How many people my load was about anywhere from twelve to fifteen people. So I'm thinking the nurses loads. Probably about the same. When's the last time you saw Nathan Sutherland? I haven't seen him for two years anything that I can tell you. I really don't have anything bad to say in my experience with him. That that there's anything that. I can think of that would be a red flag. He was never inappropriate never anything. But professional never give you a creepy vibes. Now, we're we're friendly. He was very friendly. And and I think most people there would tell you the same thing that they liked him. This throws off your world, even more, you know, the contrast between the person you you knew. And then the monster that we're presented with now. It's horrible. Mostly I feel horrible for the victim. Eleanor rigors worked at hacienda healthcare until twenty sixteen. She worked alongside Nathan Sutherland who was arrested in connection with the sexual assault of an incapacitated woman who actually had a child on December twenty ninth right here in the valley. It's interesting Ellinora. When this story broke, the CEO, Mr. Timmins bolted, he just offered his resignation and left can you. Tell us a little bit about hacienda healthcare. Did did you see anything? Or did you notice anything that we've heard stories about Mr. Tim and his management style? What was it like to work there? I didn't really have much interaction with Mr. Timmins personally, the most interaction I had with him was at Christmas parties, and it wasn't that much. So I can tell you the management style. There is not very Hamdun. They're not very out there on the floor knowing what's going on. That's what I would want to see change there. I wanna see them come out of their office. Get to know their clients. I want them to be out and observed things that's what I wanna see. That's what I would wanna see we understand that people that work. There would receive a bonus several times a year if they did not report problems with the patients. Do you know anybody who's the three strikes three strike rule or something? Like that. Wasn't that what it was called? Yeah. Do you do, you know about a three strike rule over there, or do, you know about people receiving bonuses and who received them, and who didn't I only heard about that or reports? Okay. I received I myself received bonuses for different things. I tell you when I first got a job that one that was my first job in respiratory. They used to have all kinds of different bonuses, they had referral bonuses. So if you would refer somebody, and they would stay six months that you would receive a bonus for that. It's understandable. If you picked extra shifts up you again, you would get extra for that. If you. A yearly bonus we had annual bonuses based on your review, but not to keep quiet, but not to keep quiet. I never heard of that. Until three reports I've never heard of that we had retention bonuses. Also that was at the beginning they stopped doing that over the years, but that was at the beginning of my employment there Eleanor rigorous is joining us she worked at hacienda healthcare from two thousand five to two thousand sixteen. She's now a licensed practical nurse and she worked alongside Nathan Sutherland who's arrested for the rape of a woman in incapacitated. State Eleanor did you ever care for the victim? Yes. Could you tell us anything about her? Well, I gotta keep in mind. But what you've heard through the family that she has limited movement. You know, limited. I would say limited recognition, not not very high at all. She she had very limited movement. You know, I don't want to say too much about her through like I said, I don't want to violate any hit by in her Ellinora as a woman and as a medical professional. Can you explain to us how nobody thought she was pregnant? Can you see how that might have occurred in that medical facility that no one especially the nine one one calls? Everyone is shocked that she's actually having a child. How does she go nine months, or at least eight months and not not have anybody say anything that's kind of shocking to me too. I feel like it's hard to armchair quarterback that, but I feel like I would've known I really have gone over that time and time again in my head. They log the periods. They log monthly periods. So how is noticed? I don't know was Nathan the only person was Nathan the only person or the primary person taking care of her five days a week. Week six days a week. Would he have been the only one to have some kind of contact with her? No, no. Because they have we were there in twelve hour shifts. So you have a day shift, and you have the night shift, and you have, you know, enough CNA's, you have RT's you have nurses. So no, that's that would not be a scenario that would happen..

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"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"More than one monster in this facility. You could blame not only the nurse for being a monster. You could blame the CEO Bill Timmins, but you can also blame the board these allegations go back to two thousand six and the board kept this guy until he decided to leave after the baby was born. So there's a lot of blame to go around. And what basically Doug Ducey said the governor he called on the board of directors to step down clean house. Start all over with the CEO and the board because it sounds to me like there was a bunch of collusion going on to keep built him in there because he was probably making them a ton of money. Okay. But he was also sexually sexually harassing and bullying, other employees. I mean, that's what we've heard is that he's a he was a bully. It's one thing to be a bully. Okay. But if you're sexually harassing women. For years. It's not good to be a bully either. No, no. I understand that. But you know, that that could be seen as well. He's just a tough boss. I mean, maybe he was a bully. Maybe he wasn't. I think you could possibly see that we use a tough boss or was he a bully, but when you sexually harass somebody, right? That's easy to figure out he sexually harassing people. So do said on Twitter, my confidence level in that institution and its leadership is zero and our job is to now. Ensure that the individuals in their facilities are safe this guy. Former CEO Bill Timmins should have been fired years ago says Ducey period. Yeah. Instead, he was protected and allowed to continue harming others that's unacceptable. So, you know, I think a lot of people were looking for well in the story happened. We wanted to understand it. Then we wanted to find the monster found the monster. He's in jail. Okay. Now, we're finding out about hacienda healthcare as an institution as a medical facility. And it seems that. Oh, it's very top absolute what I also want to know. Is there a cover up did this guy? This former CEO who seems like a terrible individual piece. Remember, he was paying people bonuses. Based on your club report. Don't report to me if there's something wrong with correct patient that might cost us more money. My goodness. Top down. You're listening to the big four at four. We start the four o'clock hour with four big blockbuster stories. Big.

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"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Well, Becky Lynn, we've got some crash on the loop one zero one in the southbound direction near MacKillop's watch for a crash off on the right shoulder there. Also hearing of a crash reportedly southbound right around the sixty that could be tied up some center lanes. It could be a stall either way might encounter some brake lights there and northbound what a what a baseline got a crash you're mostly off. Right. This is a rollover looks like all activity is off. Right. But that right. Zillow re-lane is partially restricted this report. Sponsored by the Phoenix zoo. Big bucks. The latest can't miss exhibit at the Phoenix Open. Now through April twenty eighth. Get your tickets in bug loads. More information at Phoenix zoo dot org. I'm Larry Lewis KTAR news. We're expecting the high today to hit seventy one degrees, mostly sunny skies clear and forty two for the low tomorrow seventy two for the high right now in Chandler at sixty six weather brought to you by Howard air whether replace or repair called Howard air. I'm Becky Lynn on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. Mac and Gaydos, the Arizona daily downloading. Stories of the day. Number five. Doocy blasts, hacienda healthcare. Yeah. The CEO exc- o of hacienda healthcare. He's been accused of sexual harassment and governor Ducey just laid into former CEO Bill Timmins and the board of directors. He said this guy should have been fired years ago period basically start over again with your management. I instead he was protected and allowed to continue harming others. That's unacceptable says the governor of Arizona. So, you know, we we found Phoenix police found the monster who raped the woman and she gave birth to a child. But now, we're finding out that, you know, this guy who is a former CEO who by the way as soon as the story broke in late December. He bailed. Oh, yeah. Ran. He didn't apologize apologized. Anybody he didn't he sat down like the day and was gone. Right. And that shows you what kind of cowardice. And now, we're finding out not only was he a bully we've interviewed people from hacienda. That is said that. But but now we find out I think the guy held a meeting shirtless. Well, that's totally normal. Wait a minute. Who does that? You're the CEO of a company and you walk into a boardroom. I don't have my shirt on. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I would like to hear from this guy. We've called him. I he's not coming back to Arizona. Let alone, you know, call us back Jason way. But if he calls us, we'll ask them are you shirtless? Geez. Atkin gaydos. Number four local story on the old Arizona daily. Download digital license.

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"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Weeks people all over the valley. Heck people all over the country have been interested in concerned about the hacienda healthcare facility. This is the place where a woman in a persistent vegetative state incapacitated state was I going to use the term obviously raped and sexually assaulted and gave birth to a child on December twenty ninth just this week. There was an arrest made a DNA match with the baby. We know a nurse who worked there for for for a decade. But it's also coming out today. That the former CEO of hacienda healthcare, the boss, the one who resigned, right? When the story broke might also have a semester in his past some issues in his pants. Heated appears as though that he had been accused multiple times of sexual harassment while being the head of hacienda healthcare. We also find out that the board of directors Levin some consequences against him among them. We're not going to get your bonus. Right. Okay. So he was denied a bonus. Because of the now, can I be I wanna be I wanna be semi fair an allegation of sexual harassment is not a conviction. I mean now, I get it. But I guess for me, Bruce, I'm trying to look at the totality of all of these. And there have been so many stories from former employees and people who were a high up and other departments within the state who had to deal with hacienda healthcare. The talk about the character of this individual. And it doesn't appear to be one of appears to be multiple over several years where the board of directors pattern chose to punish him by withholding money putting him through training. Okay. A little bit of counseling. And the didn't hold him truly accountable by by three us today. Exactly. Exactly. So because of that, we just told you, you know, Bram Resnick over at channel twelve is the one tweeting right now that Arizona governor Doug Ducey is calling on Republicans state Senator David stringer to resign after a reporter charges for sex offenses. We just talked about that. So Bram is tweeting that but the governor has been tweeting today has been has been on the Twitter machine. Got a little. Yeah. So about let's go nine twenty three this morning. So two hours ago governor Ducey, it's a six string tweet. We've re tweeted it it's out there. You can go to at bruceandpamela. And he said, I'm sickened by what's been disclosed about the rape and subsequent childbirth by a disabled woman to hacienda healthcare. I'm appalled by the latest disclosure about senior leaderships behavior and the lack of action by its board of directors the senior leadership in that enterprise needs to be completely replaced. That includes the board of directors every one of them should be terminated immediately. Now, governor Ducey goes on to talk about his confidence levels at zero that the director of this should have been fired years ago period that he's concerned about patients in their care the state of Arizona's looking for others. But there there appears he didn't always feel this way about hacienda healthcare. There there is there's allegations that there was a closer relationship at that the guy Bill Timmins used to run it, handsome, political connections, and it helped him get contracts from the state of Arizona to house people and grow their business. The way I understand it. I don't know how strong those political connections were. What I believe is that the former CEO felt that they were strong and bragged about it or threatened it right now, whether or not that threat would have been like followed up by somebody in the governor's office or at the okay, I don't know. I don't know how true that is. But he definitely tried to use it, you know, hacienda. It's been the hot story for quite some time because there's been so many moving parts and earlier in the show, we spoke to a prosecutor within the America county attorney's office, and he does a lot with DNA. And so we really dove into DNA evidence. And how it's used in court. You gotta hear it. Go back. You can subscribe to the KTAR podcast, Android iphone for the Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show, and and listen to it for yourself. It's brought to you this week by novocure. We're awaiting a rose garden announcement Trump expected to walk to the podium announcing something regarding the shutdown. Is a deal been made will the government be reopening. We're airports delayed and close today the tipping point. We'll find out more. And we'll have it for you live here on KTAR coming up next..

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KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is worked on many, many sex crimes involving DNA. We'll share with you some of that coming up next on Arizona's news station. Jonas afternoon. News with MAC and Gaydos. They caught the monster at hacienda. He's in jail. But what about the Bill Timmins he's been accused of questionable behavior? We'll talk about the allegations against him today to drive home, informed and entertained with MAC and Gaydos, two to six PM on KTAR news ninety two three FM. I guess it still surprises me, maybe it shouldn't. We recently had one of the free training seminars in which the fiduciaries Jeff junior and the team at trajanwealth get up. And explain the difference the business difference between a fiduciary and a broker what fundamentally is different. And you see light bulbs go off in the room. You see people kind of look over at their spouse. Somebody else going did you remove? I'm still amazed. That people haven't figured it out. Listen, there's something fundamentally wrong with brokers train wealth the fiduciaries. We tell you think it's a broken business model. All right. The idea that they get their money upfront. Wish you look in the market. Hey, go get him. Very different a fiduciary partners with you. It's a flat fee. It's a percentage. It's right there out in the open. You know, what it is ahead of time. It's not hidden on page eighty three of a perspectives for goodness sakes, and as your portfolio grows they grow it goes down. They go down they care. That's right. And if a new -ciary must put your financial interest in front of their own, it's not a slogan. It's.

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KTAR 92.3FM

06:48 min | 3 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Charges. So if people want to check that out everything I also handed it over to KTAR legal analyst Monica Lindstrom. She's diving into what we we might want to pop her on a little bit later. She's got something to say. So we're working on that one right now, folks, right? We're working. Bill Timmins Bill Simmons is now the former CEO of hacienda healthcare the healthcare facility where the woman was was. I think it's obvious. We can say now rate sexually assaulted and gave birth on the twenty ninth. Yeah, he stepped down he resigned. But that's not the end of his troubles, chairman of the hacienda. Board of directors. Tom Pomeroy confirmed in a statement to KTAR Timmons had a history of sexual harassment several employees accusing him of sexual harassment and poor treatment dating all the way back to two thousand six according to the statement Timmons received consequences from the board, including missing out on bonuses attending counselling sessions, and quote, more than thirty training sessions in a number of areas pomera- statement, also saying, quote, while Tim attracted controversy and detractors, his years long advocacy for hacienda clients and their families helped fuel the growth of the company and increase its ability to change lives for the better. Okay. Increase its ability to change lives. It's also padded the bottom line. He was able to build the business. He was able to get more. Revenue and so it appears to me like the board look pass. Because they were hitting their numbers. Not just hitting the numbers. He was making them grow. But what happened in that statement? This goes back to two thousand six two thousand six and you know, what the consequences were since two thousand six I'm ready. He missed some bonuses. He went to counselling. There was some training. It shows me. The sternly worded Email in his his permanent. File board. Didn't care. Look the other way he's making us money. Well, and this is not a defense. Sexual harassment was viewed very differently in two thousand six minutes to view in two thousand eighteen I'm not saying that's a good thing. But we have also started treating it more. Seriously. If it happened they would he be treated the same. I don't know the answer board members alerted to these allegations took them seriously doesn't sound like it to me. Well, the the governor doesn't think they took him very seriously either governor Ducey in and we did this a little bit ago tweeted a six tweet string specifically about hacienda healthcare where he takes on Mr. Timmins. And that board I want to pick a bits and pieces out of it governor Ducey via Twitter, I'm appalled by the latest disclosure about the senior leadership behavior and lack of action by its board of directors specifically on these sexual harassment charges senior leadership needs to be completely replaced. Every one of them should be terminated immediately. Again, I'm paraphrasing jumping along here. My confidence level in that institution and its leadership is zero at our job is now ensure this guy should have been fired years ago taught he's he's referencing the former CEO Timmons. Instead he was protected and allowed to continue harming others. That's unacceptable. This the governor speaking about the CEO and the board for CEO and the board at hacienda healthcare. Okay. So if you've got zero confidence your appalled, you're sick. And then you remove the patients that the state has placed in hacienda healthcare because that's something. I didn't think about the state of Arizona has patients wards of the state. I and I'm gonna use a broader term there people that are dependent on the state, and they get placed in this facility and the state of Arizona taxpayers pay for their care in this facility. And that was part of the growth of this facility was being a I'm gonna use the Verde. A preferred provider for the state of Arizona, and that is where hacienda gets the overwhelming majority of their money. So if the state polls, the patients polls, the money, that's how you hurt that according to the governor, it's he makes it sound like we're looking for other facilities to put our patients. It. Yeah. I I don't know. But here's the thing. This. Is nothing new. This is nothing new Tim Jeffries is the former director of the department of economic security here in Arizona. He was fired. But he has been out speaking about what has been going on at hacienda healthcare, not just since December twenty ninth or nine months prior. But years, we're hacienda. He says was billing the state more than they should have illegally getting money. And when he tried to do something about it. He claims he was let go because he was trying to push the issue and alluded to maybe they're being a relationship between Bill. Tim ends the former CEO and the governor's office. In fact, Tim Jeffries came in and sat down with MAC and Gaydos, again, this is the former director of the department of economic security. He was let go and he talked about the reputation that Bill Simmons the former CEO of hacienda. The guy that's now being accused of sexually harassing people. Oil the reputation that he had taken. Listen Bill was intemperate belligerent and abusive abusive, and how in what way he consistently bullied DAS employees, particularly when they were pressing for accountability and transparency his reputation was well known well before I arrive and Tim Jeffries, again, former director of DAS tells MAC and Gaydos that the governor is to blame for some of this for the governor to state that in the past and today in continuing they're taking aggressive action, the hacienda that's a farce. That's that's an abject failure of accountability. So. I'm reading between the lines here might am. I to assume that Bill Timmins as the CEO had political relationships, maybe all the way up to the governor that helped his business grow. That's what is alluding to. And also gave some measure of protection. That's again what he is alluding to. Now, we haven't had any clear connection to that. Or? Okay. Well, governor Ducey certainly does not appear to be unmilked him inside today as he's not only saying that he should have been fired years ago. But that the entire board at hacienda healthcare should be terminated me. Exactly. If your reaction to sexual harassment is to withhold bonuses. You're not taking it seriously day thirty five of the government shutdown. A lot of people been able to maybe scrape by the government workers furloughed people. But are we reaching a breaking point and his air travel proving that today?.

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"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This month is the partial federal government shutdown has reached thirty five days presidency over there isn't a chamber of commerce and industry. Glenn hammer says the country is at risk for bad, economic and security outcomes. He says it's morally wrong to keep federal workers on the job without paying them. And for those families, it's devastating to go to paychecks. We know a lot of families live paycheck to paycheck. It is absolutely imperative for our president and for our divided congress to find a pass Ford, and it will still be some time before the true economic hit to Arizona from the shutdown is known Jim cross KTAR news. We're learning more about the culture of hacienda healthcare and former CEO Bill Timmins, chairman of the hacienda board of directors. Tom Pomeroy confirmed in a statement to KTAR Timmons had a history of sexual harassment. Several. Employee's accusing Timmons of sexual harassment and poor treatment dating all the way back to two thousand six according to the statement Tim's received consequences from the board, including missing out on bonuses attending counselling sessions and quote more than thirty training sessions in a number of areas. Pomera- statement also saying, quote, while Timmons attracted controversy and detractors, his years long advocacy for hacienda clients and their families helped fuel the growth of the company and increase its ability to change lives for the better, Tim resigned. Earlier this month just shortly after an incapacitated woman at the facility gave birth as a result of a sexual assault. Taylor Kenner up KTAR news state Senate has to rivaling bills to punish distracted driving the one supported by oral valley. Police chief Daniel sharp what ticket drivers holding cell phones. Whether or not they're texting or talking there really is no need.

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"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Something new this hour to the KTAR news room. We're learning more about former hacienda. Long-term CEO Bill Timmins. He was repeatedly accused of sexual harassment entreaty treating hacienda healthcare employees poorly. Current chairman of the board at hacienda. Tom Pomeroy says these accusations date all the way back to two thousand six pomera- saying, quote, the board reprimanded Timmons and also enforced serious consequences for his conduct Timmons rea resigned. Earlier this month just shortly after reports surfaced about an incapacitated woman in haciendas care giving birth after being sexually assaulted the alleged attacker in that case has been arrested. A new study suggests that there's a correlation between youth suicides and gun ownership. It ranks eleventh in the US for highest rate of youth suicides and thirteenth for gun ownership rates. Now, let's. Get a check on traffic. Here's George Thomas live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Hey, george. Taylor. This is what we're looking at right now, we do have a construction closure on fifty nine th avenue between Buckeye and van Buren. You can avoid that until the early morning hours via good idea on ten. We have slowing on ten eastbound between fifty nine to fifty first avenue and stop and go between seventy fifth and fifty ninth mostly to do some construction that's going on in that area. This traffic report is sponsored by in and out burger in and out burger, fresh fact, nothing is frozen. Everything is delivered fresh to every restaurant beef funds and produce because fresh is what it's all about George. Thomas. KTAR news. KTAR weather for the valley..

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"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:35 min | 3 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Arizona's afternoon news with MAC and Gaydos. A our news ninety three FM. Yesterday. The Phoenix police department announced that they arrested someone in the hacienda healthcare sexual assault incident. His name is Nathan Sutherland, what was it like to work with this guy? Well, let's talk to someone who worked with Nathan at hacienda healthcare as a respiratory therapist until two thousand sixteen her name is Eleanor rigors Ellinora. How are you today? I'm good. How are you doing? We're doing good Ellinora you worked closely with Nathan Sutherland, what was he like he really fooled me, I suppose, you could say because I had nothing, but a good opinion of him. I had a good professional working relationship with him friendly outgoing very nice. If I had concerns that I had to bring him over a patient. I personally always felt like it was in good hands. And it would be addressed. Now, we know otherwise, we know the monster. But not when I was working. Being with him. I never saw any indication of anything other than professionalism, a nice guy. Never inappropriate with me. Never inappropriate that I ever saw with anybody else. And now that you know, what he'd probably did. My goodness. Your thoughts. Must be quite different. Honestly, I was completely devastated. It really rocked my world. I still can't process it. I just keep thinking over and over in my head like did. I miss something. Is there anything that? I could think of schooling back and trying to replay things that ever happened. Nothing. I can't come up with anything. If it's true. I mean, we still gotta go innocent until proven guilty. That's our our legal measure. I'm so horribly conflicted. But I think giving him the benefit of the doubt. But if he did this. He's the lowest scum I could ever imagine. And I think of him like Ted Bundy, I think he's a sociopath or been fooled us all that people like everybody liked him. Him. But I feel like he fooled us Ellinora rigors work at husky into healthcare is a respiratory therapist until twenty sixteen which meant she worked with Nathan Sutherland, the man who was arrested Phoenix PD says his DNA matches the child that was born to a woman in basically a comatose state. Do you? He might have assaulted other patients or was there something about this particular victim there other women that are in that same age range on that wing. And I'm extremely concerned and worried about that he was supposed to be the caretaker of the victim. How many other women was he the caretaker for well on that wing that we're talking about? They call them pods. How many people my load was about anywhere from twelve to fifteen people. So I'm thinking the nurses loads are probably about the same. When's the last time you saw Nathan Sutherland? I haven't seen him for two years. I really don't have anything bad to say in my experience with him that there's anything that. I can think of that would be a red flag. He was never inappropriate professional. Never give you a creepy vibe. Now, we're we're friendly. He was very friendly. And and I think most people there would tell you the same thing that they liked him this grows off your world, even more, you know, the contrast between the person you thought you knew and then the monster that we're presented with now. It's horrible. Mostly. I feel horrible for the victim. Ellinora rigors worked at hacienda healthcare until twenty sixteen. She worked alongside Nathan Sutherland who was arrested in connection with the sexual assault of an incapacitated woman who actually had a child on December twenty ninth right here in the valley, the CEO Mr. Timmins bolted, we've heard stories about Mr. Timmins and his management style. What was it like to work there? The most interaction I had with him was at Christmas parties, and it wasn't that much. I can tell you the management style. There is not very hands on they're not very out there on the floor and knowing what's going on. That's what I would want to see. Change their Eleanor. Did you ever care for the victim? Yes. Could you tell us anything about her? Well, I gotta keep hip in mind. But what you've heard through the family that she has limited movement. I would say limited recognition like I said, I don't want to violate any hit by Ellinora as a woman and as a medical professional. Can you explain to us how nobody thought she was pregnant that's kind of shocking to me too. I feel like it's hard to armchair quarterback that but I feel like I would've known they log the period. So how is the unnoticed was Nathan the only person or the primary person taking care of her five days a week six days a week. No, no. We were there in twelve hour shifts. So you have a day shift, and you have the night shift that would not be a scenario that would happen. Ellinora rigs is joining us she worked alongside Nathan Sutherland who's been arrested for the rape of a woman in incapacitated. State interesting that this woman. Family said she's not in a vegetative state. It's more incapacitated and Eleanor you've told us a little bit about this woman. The next question is uncomfortable. And I apologize for that. But we have to bring it up. Nathan Sutherland has a lawyer and their defense could be that the victim. How do I say this MAC didn't? I think where you're going is was the victim able to give consent more not if she is somewhat coherent. If she recognizes people and has reactions could the defense use the twisted logic of well, she never said, no, she smiles when her family comes in or she smiles when this person comes in. So if she didn't say anything or didn't react that was consent. That's not consent consent. Did you ever when interacting with her? Did she ever say or or indicate that she did not like something? Yes. She could do that. She could display displeasure. Yeah. Yes. I can I could go there. If you did something or said, something she didn't like you. Would you would know it? Yes. Okay. Yes. Do you think she knew she was being assaulted? No. I don't I can't let my mind even go there elenora. I know you haven't worked there in about two and a half years. Do you think this should be shut down? I had concerns when I left there. My concern for all reported to the state. What were your concerns when you left summer patient related, but nothing like this nothing at all? Like this nothing about what's going on. It wasn't a use or assault or anything like that nothing to that extreme no Eleanor rigors. She worked at hacienda healthcare from two thousand five to two thousand sixteen and actually worked side by side at times with Nathan Nathan Sutherland who was arrested for the rape of a woman in an incapacitated. State eleanor. Thank you for joining us. We appreciate the insight. You're welcome. So you get a little more insight about who. This man was the people that knew him how they felt about him. He is in jail. I don't know if he's ever going to be able to go out on a bond, but he is behind bars where he should be. And it's just it's a tough story. It's a tough story that we've talked about for several weeks. So with that. Yeah. Why don't we have some fun? The news has been pretty grim the past couple of weeks teenager killed by the cops. You got this the story hacienda. Why don't we have some fun? Okay. You know, how we sing for tickets staple of the show? Dell effort comes to Steph labor comes to meal diamond not Neil diamond. But we play ten seconds of a song. Yeah. And it stops abruptly in you, the listener you have to pick it up and keep singing like share. No, we are going to sing for tickets to seven seven five eight to seventy Billy Joel supposed to be in town. I saw those tickets were not going to do that. Oh, we had. We have Rolling Stones. Yeah. We're going to sing for Kenny G tickets what they're gonna sing Jenny. I know I listen ridiculous. Maybe the dumbest idea you had the most brilliant. He doesn't actually sing. He plays the clarinet. He doesn't play the clarinet. It's an Alto saxophone saxophone anyway..

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KTAR 92.3FM

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"timmins" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Three. Mankato's? Three. Coming up after the five o'clock KTAR news expansion, we've got the miracle county. Sheriff Paul Penzone for his monthly exclusive interview. And we're going to ask him governor governor Doug ducey's yesterday state of the state governor Ducey said he would want a school resource officer are cop on every campus that needed it is that a good idea. We'll ask the sheriff coming up. Okay. A lot of talk on this show about the woman in a vegetative state at hacienda healthcare. Sexually assaulted and she gave birth in late December. And we're still trying to figure out what happened. The phoenix. Police department are doing an investigation and is doing an internal investigation. We're getting more news about the culture at this place and ABC fifteen did a really good story. What they what they spoke to a former facility manager there. And this manager is saying you wouldn't believe what was going on at this place. Marla Kika still remembers that first day of work. She says she had a huge office supervising ninety plus employees. She was making six figures, the nonprofit even gave her a company car. Life was good. I was fresh out of grad school making good money at the time. And they're offering the car. It's just kind of how they start edging their way into your life. That sounds sounds weird. Thing their way into your life. Sounds like that old that old movie with Tom Cruise the firm, you remember that movie where he works for this firm in and he starts seeing some things that are not right, right? You can't let they wouldn't let him go who's creepy. So what does that mean? Okay. Here's a young lady. Let's hire. Let's pay your six figures. Here's a car. But there strings attached Marla says things started to change a few years in especially after she became a part of the internal review committee looking into incidents in the facility, everything from slips and falls down to bed sores on patients every final report and recommendation would eventually make its way to Bill Timmins Bill Timmins is the CEO and has been the CEO this place for many years, and he decided to step down after this. This is the birth of the child her direct supervisor you knew that you filled out an incident important four or five people saw before he looked at over and put his signature on it. So, you know, the likelihood of the information being reported was correct is very very low. So so let's talk about that for a minute. You've got patients they're in comas and innovative state, and that kind of thing. Reports have to be done on those patients. But do you say everything because if it goes through your to five different people before it arrives on Tim's death sounds like Timmons, and we'll get to this right here is paying people to be quiet and not report right providence. But it was the culture that started to get to Marla. She says it was a don't ask don't tell type of a deal people were afraid of Timmons. She says there was also bonuses financial gain for employees to keep the slate. Clean when it came to reporting problems, and what about the financial incentives not to report. I don't know what other people were offered I received a lot of bonuses Marla says bonuses ranged from a couple hundred bucks to a couple thousand dollars. If you went so many days without an incident. You would get a bonus. I didn't get that illnesses dynamic people are dynamic things happen. People get hurt people fall people get infections, you know, those things happen. And it's okay that they have. So it's a wrong way to give a bonus. But apparently, it's it's it's it happens. But but the CEO didn't want it to happen. Correct. So he basically pay for your silence. Wow. Or pay you to turn the other way? That's the incentive if you wanna make more money. Okay. So somebody has bedsores just take care of it. Don't report it can I tell you how I think this went down. I think this went down this way, you had the nurses there report. What they saw correct. Okay. And I don't think the nurses are on these bonus scale. I would think not I don't think most nurses. They would get a flat salary. I would assume. Yeah. Most nurses. I mean, they're doing God's work. They're caring for you. But I don't see something they're probably gonna they're going to report. It exactly. So let's say they listed a whole bunch of stuff, then it went through three or four different people, and oh, let's just delete this. And and when I delete these two things, I know I'm getting a bonus. So who are the nurses handing these reports to and who was deleting certain things and taking money, delete the upper management echelon. Yeah. Why this investigation is how it's going to get worse. Don't worry. All right coming up at five o'clock KTAR news expansion an officer is laid to rest right here in the valley. That's coming up.

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CEO of nursing facility where vegetative woman gave birth resigns

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00:22 sec | 3 years ago

CEO of nursing facility where vegetative woman gave birth resigns

"Com. Hoc- Enda healthcare. CEO Bill Timmins announcing his resignation after reports of alleged sexual abuse. At the facility are TV partners at ABC fifteen th a woman who was in a vegetative state for fourteen years gave birth just last month again that CEO of hacienda healthcare. He has resigned after reports of alleged sexual abuse at the

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