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"timothy tyson" Discussed on The Liturgists

The Liturgists

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on The Liturgists

"So if you would allow me to I would love to preach the gospel, come on baby. Can I can I take about five to seven minutes? Just the way the Hanky at you. Okay. Well, actually instead of preaching the gospel in the tradition. I grew up in church to my dad was a minister, my grandfather was a pastor. I I feel like I was given in many ways similarly the same type of gospel. You're which always, you know, started with this story of the cross and the resurrection and Easter the whole Easter bit, right? But actually, I would love to share four stories with you. Right. Yeah. Okay. Story number one. Emmett Louis till was a young African American man who was lynched and Mississippi in nineteen fifty five at the age of fourteen after being accused of offending a white woman in her family's grocery store. He was he was murdered. During summer vacation in August, nineteen fifty five visiting relatives in the Mississippi. Delta. The woman he spoke to was twenty one year old Carolyn Bryant. She was a white Mary proprietor of a small grocery store there. Although what happened at the stores of matter of dispute Till's accused flirting or whistling at Brian. And in nineteen fifty five she testified that meet fiscal and verbal advances against her decades later Bryant disclosed that she had fabricated the whole testimony regarding her interaction with till specifically the portion where she accused him of grabbing her waist and uttering obscenities that part's not true. She said in a two thousand eight interview with historian historian Timothy Tyson Till's interaction with Bryant perhaps unwittingly violated the code of conduct for an African American male interacting with the white woman in the Jim crow south. Several nights after the store incident. Brian's husband, ROY and his half brother j w million went armed to Till's, great uncle's house and duct at the boy, they took him away and beat and mutilated him before shooting him in the head and sinking his body in the Teleki river three days later Till's body was discovered and retrieved from the river. In September of nineteen fifty five Bryant and Milam where quitted by an all white jury of Till's kidnapping and murder protected against double jeopardy. The two men publicly omitted in nineteen fifty-six interview with look magazine that they had killed till? Story number two. Around the same time Taylor. She was born December thirty first nineteen nineteen. She's an African American woman from abbey. Ville in Henry county. Alabama raised in sharecropper family in the Jim crow era on September third and nine hundred forty four reecey Taylor with kidnapped while leaving church and gang raped by six Lightman. Despite the men's confessions to thirties to grand juries, subsequently declined to indict the man no charges were ever brought against her assailants. Now before we go any further with these other stories, I wanna share a little bit about the history of lynching. Lynching is a premeditated extrajudicial killing by group. It's most often used to an alleged transgressor or to intimidate a minority. It is an extreme form of informal groups social control marked with the display of public spectacle for public intimidation lynching is to be considered an act of terrorism punishable by law instances of lynching and similar mobbed islands can be found in every society. So in the United States, for instance, lynchings of African Americans typically by hanging became frequent in the south during the period after reconstruction era, especially during the decades on either side of the turn of the twentieth century at the time souther, southern states were passing new constitutions and laws to disenfranchise African Americans and imposed legal. Segregation Jim crow. Oh. Most lynchings were conducted by white moths against black victims often suspects taken from jail before they even try always series or even before arrest. The political message the promotion of white supremacy in black powerlessness wasn't important element of the ritual. Lynchings were photographed and published as postcards they were popular souvenirs in the United States. And this was done to expand the intimidation. Victims were sometimes shot burned alive, and otherwise tortured and mutilated in the public in some cases, the mutilated body parts mutilated body, we're taking mementos by spectators, particularly in the west other minorities, native, Americans Mexicans and Asians are also which the south had the states with the.

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg law I'm June Grasso at. Seventeen, minutes past the hour The Justice department has reopened the investigation into the murder of Emmett till a. Fourteen year old black teenager whose brutal killing in nineteen fifty five became a symbol of the civil, rights movement till was accused of flirting with a white woman Carolyn Bryant in a grocery store in Mississippi Brian's husband and his brother confessed to killing till after they were acquitted by a. Jury of all white men and were shielded by double jeopardy there was renewed interest in the case last year when Bryant admitted to lying in, a book written by Duke University historian Timothy Tyson Tyson says he shared his information with the FBI the FBI contact me in the spring of two thousand seventeen shared with my research materials sooner after I got a subpoena. From the. Justice department and shared my own my research materials There's, nothing that I know of and nothing in my research that is actionable I don't think joining these Andrew Walker a professor at the Saint Louis University School of law Anders explain Emmett Till's impact on the civil rights movement The Amatil murderer was a really big deal because Emmett till mother had his body exhumed, and brought to Sicario it was put on public display. Their created. A national sensation and really electrified, civil rights people in the north the pitchers of Emmett till and became suddenly very interested in what was going on in Mississippi. And it's remained through all these years a rallying point that's right it's remained probably the most. Brutal horrific murder of the civil rights era more than Swarner Chaney Goodman more. Than the bombing of the African American, girls in Birmingham it's really the brutality of the killing that, has, stood, out and so it's remained a top Topic. Of interest. The Justice department reopened the case, in two thousand four and Till's body was even exumed but it closed at three years later because the statute of limitations had. Expired on federal charges would the outcome be any different today. More than a decade after that Well so today what might happen is a local, prosecutor in Mississippi could pick up this case and decide that Caroline Donham formerly known as Carolyn. Bryant's wasn't accomplice to murder and there's no statute of limitations on murder Now in order to get, her on, murder, they, would have to show beyond a reasonable doubt. That she was involved in the killing she. Didn't just cover for her husband by lying on the stand and I, think prior to ten Tyson's bug, everyone thought well Carolyn Bryant's. Husband and his brother-in-law. Committed the crime. She really had nothing to do with it she, was accosted by tail and. She, claims she was assaulted by Tyson came out with the blockbuster reveal which is that she lied she wasn't a salt as I tell he said something to her that. Made her angry, but he, didn't assaults her now, see then decided I'm an exact. Revenge, on this, kid and I'm going to get my husband to do it that could put it on the hook as an accomplice and I believe I mean I take, on Missouri but I believe Mississippi the same Deemed an accomplice then she's on, for murder and that could still go live a judge could say well we're going to. Suspend the sentence because women it's not gonna actually serve any purpose. But it could be a symbolic deal the, author Timothy, Tyson, said, he suspicious about the timing here and he. Called it a political show for an administration. That's been criticized for its racial politics do you see the timing here, is suspicious as well well it's, interesting I mean we've we've. Got Jeff Sessions attorney. General it may. Be that he feels like he wants to respond, to some of these charges. Leveled, against him for being racially biased but I'm not sure that people who are interested in this case really care I mean I think there are people out there who. Believe that tell, was wrongfully, murdered and want to, bring airland Donham dejesus so well See, how has the Justice department done in. Prosecuting racially motivated civil rights era murders route under the Obama administration there was a lot of pass to try to facilitate cooperation, between the federal government state governments on these civil rights Aaron murders however not..

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg law I'm June Grasso at. Seventeen, minutes past the hour The Justice department has reopened the investigation into the murder of Emmett till a. Fourteen year old black teenager whose brutal killing in nineteen fifty five became a symbol of the civil, rights movement till was accused of flirting with a white woman Carolyn Bryant in a grocery store in Mississippi Brian's husband and his brother confessed to killing till after they were acquitted by a. Jury of all white men and were shielded by double jeopardy there was renewed interest in the case last year when Bryant admitted to lying in, a book written by Duke University historian. Timothy Tyson Tyson says he shared his information with the FBI the. FBI contact can be in the spring of two thousand seventeen I shared with my research materials sooner after I got a subpoena. From the. Justice department and shared my own my research materials There's nothing that I. Know of nothing in my research that is actionable thing joining me. Is Andrew Walker a professor at the Saint Louis University School of law Anders explain Emmett till impact on the civil rights movement So the NHL murderer was a really big deal because mother had his body exhumed and brought, to Sicario it was put on public display created a. National sensation. And really electrified civil rights people, in the north saw the pictures of. Emmett till and became suddenly very interested in what was. Going on in Mississippi. And it's remained through all, these years a rallying point that's right it's remained probably the, most brutal horrific murder of the civil rights era More than Swarner Chaney Goodman more than the bombing of the African American girls in Birmingham it's really the. Brutality of the killing that has, stood out and so it's remained a topic of. Interest the Justice department, reopened the case in two thousand four and Till's body was even exumed but it closed at three, years later because the statute of limitations had expired on. Federal charges. Would the outcome be any different, today more than a decade after that Well so today what might happen is a local, prosecutor in Mississippi could pick up this case and decide that Caroline Donham formerly known as Carolyn. Bryant's wasn't accomplice to murder and there's no statute of limitations on murder Now in order to get her on murder, they, would have to show beyond a reasonable doubt. That she was involved in the killing she. Didn't just cover for her husband by lying on the stand and I think, prior to, ten Tyson's bug everyone inside well Carolyn. Bryant's husband and his brother-in-law committed the crime she really had, nothing to do with it. She, was a costed by tail and she claims she was assaulted by Tyson blockbuster reveal which is that she lied wasn't assaulted I tell he said something to. Her that made, her angry, but he didn't assaults her now Stephen decided. I'm, an exact, revenge on this kid and I'm gonna get my husband to do it that could put her on the hook as an accomplice and I believe I mean, I take on Missouri badly Mississippi the same Gained an accomplice she's on a for murder and that could still. Go live a judge could say well we're gonna suspend the, sentence because she's an old lemon it's not gonna actually serve any purpose but it could. Be a symbolic deal the other Timothy Tyson said he suspicious about. The timing here and he called it a political show for, an, administration that's been criticized for its racial politics. Do you see the timing here is suspicious. As well well it's interesting I mean we've we've got Jeff Sessions attorney general, it may, be that he feels like he wants. To respond to some of these charges that have been leveled, against him for being racially. Biased, but I'm not sure that people who are interested in this case really care I mean I think there are people out there who believe that tell those. Wrongfully murdered and, want to, bring Caroline Dunham to Justice so we'll see How has the Justice department done in prosecuting racially motivated civil rights era. Murders under the Obama administration there was a lot of? Paths, to try. To facilitate, cooperation between the federal government state governments..

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Lemberg long I'm June Grasso at. Seventeen, minutes past the hour The Justice department has reopened the investigation into the murder of Emmett till a fourteen year old black teenager whose brutal killing nineteen five became a symbol of the civil, rights movement till was accused of flirting with a white woman Carolyn Bryant in a grocery store in Mississippi Brian's husband and his brother confessed to killing till after they were acquitted by a. Jury of all white men and were shielded by double jeopardy there was renewed interest in the case last year when Bryant admitted to lying in, a book written by Duke University historian Timothy Tyson Tyson says he shared his information with the FBI. The FBI contacted me in the spring of two thousand seventeen I shared with my research materials sooner after I got a subpoena, from the Justice department and shared my all my research materials there's nothing that I. Know of nothing in my research that is actionable I don't think joining me is Anders Walker a professor at the Saint Louis. University School of law Anders explain till impact on the civil rights movement The, Emmett till murder was a really big deal because Emma. Tells mother had his, body exhumed and brought to cargo it was then put on public display then created a national sensation, and really electrified civil rights people in the north saw. The pictures. Of Emmett till and became suddenly, very interested in what was going on in Mississippi and it's remained through all these years a rallying point that's right it's remained. Probably the most brutal horrific murder of the civil rights era more than Swarner Chaney Goodman more. Than the bombing of the African American girls, in Birmingham it's really the brutality of the killing that has, stood out and so it's remained a top Topic. Of interest. The Justice department reopened the case, in two thousand four and Till's body was even exumed but it closed at three years later because the statute of limitations had. Expired on federal charges would the outcome be any different today. More than a decade after that Well so today what might happen is a local, prosecutor in Mississippi could pick up this case and decide that Caroline Donham formerly known as Carolyn. Bryant's wasn't accomplice to murder and there's no statute of limitations on murder Now in order to get her on, murder, they, would have to show beyond a reasonable doubt. That she was involved in the killing she. Didn't just cover for her husband by lying on the stand and I think, prior to ten Tyson's book every, inside well Karen Brian's husband. And his brother-in-law committed. The crime she. Really had nothing to do with it she was, a costed by tail and she. Claims she was assaulted by Tyson came out with this blockbuster reveal which was that she lied she wasn't a salt as I tell he said something to. Her that made, her angry, but he didn't assaults, her nap Stephen decided I'm an. Exact, revenge on, this kid and I'm gonna get my husband to do it that could put it on the hook as an accomplice and I believe I mean I think, on Missouri but I believe Mississippi's the same Gained an accomplice then. She's on the for murder and that could still go live, a judge could say well we're going to suspend the sentence because she's an old lemon. It's not gonna actually serve any purpose but it could be a. Symbolic deal the author Timothy Tyson said he suspicious about, the, timing, here and he called it a political show. For an administration that's been criticized for its. Racial politics do you see the timing here is suspicious as well well it's, interesting I mean we've we've got, Jeff Sessions attorney general it. May be that he. Feels like he. Wants to respond to some of these charges that, have been leveled against him for. Being racially biased but I'm not sure that people who are interested in this case really care I mean I think there are people out there who believe. That tell was, wrongfully murdered, and want to bring, him to Justice so we'll see How has the Justice department. Done in prosecuting racially motivated civil rights era murders well under the Obama administration there was a lot of pass to try to facilitate cooperation between, the federal government state governments on these civil rights era murders however not many..

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"A scholar timothy tyson says he has turned over to federal authorities recordings of interviews and other research material for his 2017 seventeen book on the emmett till case federal investigators are reinvestigating nineteen ninetyfive brutal slaying of the black teen after tyson's book revealed that in a two thousand eight interview a white woman said that she had lied when decades ago she claimed that till had grabbed her whistled and made sexual advances president trump met today with british prime minister theresa may the same day an interview was published where trump criticized may about brexit but trump tells supporters their meetings went well and the us british alliance remains strong the arrived here last night we had a dinner where i think we've probably never developed a better relationships in the last hour for an hour and a half it was really something as to what their meetings covered today we're talking trade we're talking military we just looked at so incredible antiterrorism things being done here trump visiting queen elizabeth the second at windsor castle today as well before spending the weekend at his golf club in scotland next week he heads to finland for a summit with russian president vladimir putin and it was alligator versus shark in the waters off the south carolina coast who won the arrived here today where it had the makings of a hollywood thriller sharp versus gator l turns out it wasn't much of a match the island packet of hilton head reported that the seven foot alligator gobbled up what appear to be a baby bonded had shark in a confrontation between what scientists call ancient enemies the south carolina locals have named the alligator charlie because he hangs out by the dachshund skull creek on hilton head and choose up leftover bait and salt water perhaps the most fascinating part of the story is that alligators who typically lack salt saltwater glance to survive at coastal waters are gaining a tolerance and more frequently showing up on beaches todd ant abc news wbz money watch the dow.

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U.S. reopens 1955 case on murdered black teen Emmett Till

24 Hour News

03:33 min | 2 years ago

U.S. reopens 1955 case on murdered black teen Emmett Till

"To forty one billionaire elon musk the ceo of tusla says that his next project will be helping the people in flint wwe as charlie langton spoke with flint mayor karen weaver i hope he comes to flynn i think that would be absolutely wonderful i saw the tweet that went out yesterday and i responded with one and i did hear from his from his office so we're trying to put some things in motion or trying to have a conversation and really like to talk to him about some of the specific needs that plan half but when you got a response how did it happen was it a tweet was call well nobody saw it on social media so that means it was the call well that's exciting i mean when you pick up the phone so what did they say really wanted to have a conversation about what's still going on in flint well they've been really watching closely and knew so much about the lip service line replacement where we are with that and some of the blocks that we had concerns that we still have so we had a really good conversation about what's going on what are the needs that is still facing today what are the challenges and barriers to getting those things and saying you know let's sit down and have a conversation we like to schedule something so is i mean he would come to you you would go to him we haven't figured that part out yet but however it needs to happen i will do what what i need to do to make that make sure it happens him here me there it doesn't matter whatever i can do to get you know the needs of the citizens now did you ask him how or why flint was on his radar you know what i did not ask i was so thankful that it was on his radar you know and i'm and that's great news because it means that flint's on a lot of people's radar and that's one of the things we've always said is keep your eye on flint because flint represent so many other communities but what has been different about flint is the way we got poison so flint is is the poster child in the voice for so many cities across this country whether we're talking about infrastructure whether we're talking about water environmental justice all kinds of things economic development so people are watching and they're waiting to see what's going to happen with flint and so far some really good things have been happening you know we're we're flipping the switch as far as trying to move from crisis to recovery and great things are happening but there's still some needs for the resident that's lint mayor karen weaver with newsradio nine fifties charlie langton wbz news time to forty three the federal government has reopened the investigation into the nineteen fifty five murder of black teen emmett till a federal report says the justice department is reinvestigating after receiving new information this one year after author timothy tyson's book the blood of emmett till revealed a key figure in the case caroline don him admitted to lying the till made sexual advances as i know the only knew if they're referring to when they say new evidence i think they're referring to my book the blood of immaterial only shows her lying in court which one the morning news to me i think everybody's nomad since nineteen fifty five until his murder became a symbol of the racism that's prevalent in the south and became a focal point for the growing civil rights movements ninety five days after the.

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"From abc news i'm richard cantu grilled for ten hours by congressional republicans the fbi agent fired off special counsel robert muller's russia probe over antitrump texts fbi agent peter struck says his text messages were unrelated to his work for the fbi republicans railed on struck boing to one message to then fbi lawyer lisa page stating we will stop trump from becoming president oversight committee chairman trey goudy thanks promising to stop someone he is supposed to be fairly investigating from ever becoming president isn't bias democrats claim republicans are trying to undermine the muller investigation meghan hughes abc news capitol hill president trump tells the british newspaper the sun that prime minister theresa may's plan to stay close to the european union after brexit will hurt relations with the us if they do that their trade deal with the us will probably not be mad what did you mean because we have enough difficulty with with the european union the president meets with prime minister may tomorrow after his twenty seventeen book about emmett till nineteen fifty five lynching the justice department reopened an investigation but the book's author duke university historian timothy tyson questions the point of that is nothing that i know of nothing in my research that is actionable i don't think the book quoted the white woman who claimed till whistled editor saying her testimony was not truthful the graham texas police department released bodycam video showing officers responding to a report of someone throwing rocks into a neighbor's yard tasting nineteen year old michael moore an autistic man in front of his home like screaming mama i need you and beliefs say the two officers were not told of moore's autism they claim they believe more to be drunk or.

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The abc news i'm richard cantu grilled for ten hours by congressional republicans the fbi agent fired off special counsel robert muller's russia probe over antitrump texts fbi agent peter struck says his text messages were unrelated to his work for the fbi republicans railed on struck pointing to one message to then fbi lawyer lisa page stating we will stop trump from becoming president oversight committee chairman tray gouty anything's promising to stop someone he is supposed to be fairly investigating from ever becoming president isn't by democrats claim republicans are trying to undermine the mueller investigation meghan hughes abc news capitol hill president trump tells the british newspaper the sun that prime minister theresa may's plan to stay close to the european union after brexit will hurt relations with the us if they do that the trade deal with the us will probably not be mad what did you mean because we have enough difficulty with with the european union the president meets with prime minister may tomorrow after his twenty seventeen book about emmett till nineteen fifty five lynching the justice department reopened an investigation but the book's author duke university historian timothy tyson questions the point of that is nothing that i know of nothing in my research that is actionable think the book quoted the white woman who claimed till whistled editor is saying her testimony was not truthful the graham texas police department released bodycam video showing officers responding to a report of someone throwing rocks into a neighbor's yard tasting nineteen year old michael moore and autistic man in front of his home like i was screaming long i need you and beliefs the two officers were not told of moore's autism they claim.

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on KSRO

"Texts fbi agent peter struck says his text messages were unrelated to his work for the fbi republicans railed on struck winning to one message to then fbi lawyer lisa page stating we will stop trump from becoming president oversight committee chairman trey goudy thanks promising to stop someone he is supposed to be fairly investigating from ever becoming president isn't bias democrats claim republicans are trying to undermine the muller investigation meghan hughes abc news capitol hill president trump tells the british newspaper the sun that prime minister theresa may's plan to stay close to the european union after brexit will hurt relations with the us if they do that the trade deal with the us will probably not be mad what did you mean because we have enough difficulty with with the european union the president meets with prime minister may tomorrow after his two thousand seventeen book about emmett till nineteen fifty five lynching the justice department reopened an investigation but the book's author duke university historian timothy tyson questions the point of that there's nothing that i know of nothing in my research that is actionable i don't think the book quoted the white woman who claimed till whistled editor assaying her testimony was not truthful the graham texas police department released bodycam video showing officers responding to a report of someone throwing rocks into a neighbor's yard tasting nineteen year old michael moore and autistic man in front of his home i'll screaming mama i need you oh and police say the two officers were not told of moore's autism they claim they believe more to be drunk or high and they are under investigation you're listening to abc news ever wonder why european seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning app.

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm richard cantu grilled for ten hours by congressional republicans the fbi agent fired off special counsel robert muller's russia probe over antitrump texts fbi agent peter struck says his text messages were unrelated to his work for the fbi republicans railed on struck pointing to one message to then fbi lawyer lisa page stating we will stop trump from becoming president oversight committee chairman trey goudy thanks promising to stop someone he is supposed to be fairly investigating from ever becoming president isn't bias democrats claim republicans are trying to undermine the muller investigation meghan hughes abc news capitol hill president trump tells the british newspaper the sun that prime minister theresa may's plan to stay close to the european union after brexit will hurt relations with the us if they do that the trade deal with the us will probably not be mad what did you mean because we have enough difficulty with with the european union the president meets with prime minister may tomorrow after his 2017 seventeen book about emmett till nineteen fifty five lynching the justice department reopened an investigation but the book's author duke university historian timothy tyson questions the point of that is nothing that i know of nothing in my research that is actionable i don't think the book quoted the white woman who claimed till whistled editor assaying her testimony was not truthful the graham texas police department released bodycam video showing officers responding to a report of someone throwing rocks into a neighbor's yard nineteen year old michael moore an autistic man in front of his home i'll screaming mama i need you and police say the two officers were not told of moore's autism they claim they believe more to be drunk or high.

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Mich ti p an arraignment today for a man accused of murdering a july fourth block party gone wrong police say perry rose junior opened fire at the party with dozens of people on court and clements streets in mount clemens just after midnight shooting killed twenty four year old charlie mcgowan a twenty six year old woman was treated for a gunshot wound to the leg rouse is facing five charges including felony firearms and i remember that's a charge that carries a penalty of mandatory life in prison police have not released a motive for the shooting the federal government has reopened the investigation into the nineteen fiftyfive murder a black teen emmett till a federal report said the justice department is reinvestigating after receiving new information this is one year after timothy tyson's book the blood of emmett till revealed a key figure in the case caroline donham admitted to lying that till made sexual advances far as i know the only knew if they're referring to when they say new evidence i think they're referring to my book the blood of immaterial only shows her lying in court which wasn't the morning news to me i think everybody's known that since nineteen fifty five till's murder became a symbol of the racism prevalent in the south became a focal point for the growing civil rights movement ninety five days after the attack rosa parks refused to give up her seat in a bus in montgomery alabama authorities have found two bodies beneath a door floating in the flint river wjr tv reports that in anger called nine one one thursday afternoon after finding one of the bodies flint fire chief ray barton tells the tv station that the angler was preparing to cast his lines and move the doors the lines wouldn't get tangled firefighters discovered the second body we'll try to retrieve the first one this man's body was pulled from the water around six fifteen this evening wwl news time is ten thirty seven we'll check the roads who lanson about forty five seconds before i was queen latifah it was.

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Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy's ex-girlfriend told police she believed home invasion could have been setup

Sean Hannity

02:49 min | 2 years ago

Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy's ex-girlfriend told police she believed home invasion could have been setup

"In a joint hearing by two house committees fbi agent peter struck was asked to read some of the text he wrote against then candidate now president trump what the f happened to our country lease oversight committee chairman trey goudy of south carolina says strucks message shows a strong political bias against the president trump even talked about impeachment the day special counsel was appointed that is prejudging guilt it is prejudging punishment and it is text book by the agent insists the texts had no impact on his doing his job these texts represent personal beliefs just like those that you'd find on my personal phone with these texts do not represent is any act any suggestion of an act any consideration that we need to do this or not do this struck was dropped from special counsel robert muller's team investigating russian meddling in the election after the texts were made public the justice department renews its investigation into the nineteen fiftyfive killing a fourteen year old emmett till and rule mississippi timothy tyson who wrote the twenty seventeen book the blood of emmett till since a bureau wanted everything he had as the investigated the killing contact me the spring of seventeen materials soon thereafter subpoena justice department and shared israel's southern christian leadership conference president and ceo charles steel junior expresses hope that the truth about other civil rights cold cases will also come to light president trump after demanding nato members increase their defense spending at least two percent of their gross domestic product accusing germany of being totally controlled by russia has done an about face claiming the alliance is stronger than ever nato now is really a fine tuned machine people are paying money that they never paid before this is ap radio news up to fifteen people were taken to hospitals this afternoon after a bus carrying thirty five high school students hit a truck and rolled over on a rural road about thirty miles north west of denver state police say the crash happened this afternoon as the bus was returning the students to the greeley area after a visit to an amusement park in denver state patrol says some of the injuries are serious police in atlanta suburb were called to a home owned by buffalo bill's running back lesean mccoy after his former girlfriend delicias coordin reported being attacked by an intruder early tuesday morning nato now my jewelry on my breaks down he just kept asking for jewelry okay that's unbelievable by boyfriend does anyone does anyone need medical attention you said you were hitting the head do you need medical okay mccoy has been trying to evade coordin since their breakup last year the two of also been.

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on WTVN

"Nine hours fbi agent peter struck who's antitrump texts got him kicked off special counsel robert muller's russia probe has been testifying before joint meeting of the house oversight and judiciary committee's fbi agent peter struck says his text messages were unrelated to his work for the fbi republicans railed on struck pointing to one message to then fbi lawyer lisa page stating we will stop trump from becoming president oversight committee chairman trey goudy thanks promising to stop someone he is supposed to be fairly investigating from ever becoming president isn't bias democrats claim republicans are trying to undermine the muller investigation meghan hughes abc news capitol hill or is it in trump criticizing british prime minister theresa may's negotiations and leaving the european union telling the sun newspaper that it isn't what britain's voted for much differently i actually told theresa may had to do it but she didn't agree with she didn't listen to the president also warns may of trying to stay close to the eu i would say that that would probably a major trade relationship with united states the president meets with prime minister may tomorrow a us official confirms to news that austin texas has been selected as headquarters city of the army's new futures command where military technologies will be developed an announcement coming tomorrow the author of a two thousand seventeen book about the nineteen fiftyfive lynching a fourteen year old emmett till in mississippi says he handed over all his investigation materials to the fbi duke university historian timothy tyson questions why the justice department has reopened the case is nothing that i know of nothing in my research you know that is actionable i don't think the book quoted caroline dunham white woman who claimed till whistled veteran after four date as saying her testimony was not truthful on wall street the dow closed up two hundred twenty four points the nasdaq gained one zero seven you're listening to abc news news radio.

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on KSRO

"Agility training daycare and dog cat and small animal boarding to no one loves your pets like you do but nobody cares for your pets like they do at paradise pet resort so come party on the plaza this friday five to eight with the soul shine blues band please county klay thompson dollar hey this is steph curry hi i'm kevin durant and this is where the warriors won a championship hey sro santa rosa from abc news i'm richard cantu for nine hours fbi agent peter struck who's antitrump texts got kicked off special counsel robert muller's russia probe has been testifying before joint meeting of the house oversight and judiciary committee's fbi agent peter struck says his text messages were unrelated to his work for the fbi republicans railed on struck pointing to one message to then fbi lawyer lisa page stating we will stop trump from becoming president oversight committee chairman trey goudy thanks promising to stop someone he is supposed to be fairly investigating from ever becoming president isn't bias democrats claim republicans are trying to undermine the muller investigation meghan hughes abc news capitol hill resident from criticising british prime minister theresa may's negotiations and leaving the european union telling the sun newspaper that it isn't what the britain's voted for much differently i actually told theresa may had to do it but she didn't agree with she didn't listen to him in president also warns may of trying to stay close to the the eu they do that i would say that that would probably in major trade relationship with the president meets with prime minister made morrow a us official confirms to abc news austin texas has been selected as headquarters city of the army's new futures command where military technologies will be developed an announcement coming tomorrow the author of a two thousand seventeen book about the nineteen fifty five lynching a fourteen year old emmett till in mississippi says he handed over all his investigation materials to the fbi duke university historian timothy tyson questions why the justice department has reopened the case there's nothing that i know of nothing in my research that is actionable i don't think the book quoted caroline dunham the white woman who claimed till whistle letter and after four date as saying her testimony was not truthful on wall street the dow closed up two hundred twenty four points the nasdaq was one gain one zero seven you're listening to abc news ever wonder why european seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning app and era dabbles awardwinning technology gets.

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FBI agent leaves Capitol Hill after marathon 10-hour testimony

The Drive With Steve Jaxon

02:22 min | 2 years ago

FBI agent leaves Capitol Hill after marathon 10-hour testimony

"Agility training daycare and dog cat and small animal boarding to no one loves your pets like you do but nobody cares for your pets like they do at paradise pet resort so come party on the plaza this friday five to eight with the soul shine blues band please county klay thompson dollar hey this is steph curry hi i'm kevin durant and this is where the warriors won a championship hey sro santa rosa from abc news i'm richard cantu for nine hours fbi agent peter struck who's antitrump texts got kicked off special counsel robert muller's russia probe has been testifying before joint meeting of the house oversight and judiciary committee's fbi agent peter struck says his text messages were unrelated to his work for the fbi republicans railed on struck pointing to one message to then fbi lawyer lisa page stating we will stop trump from becoming president oversight committee chairman trey goudy thanks promising to stop someone he is supposed to be fairly investigating from ever becoming president isn't bias democrats claim republicans are trying to undermine the muller investigation meghan hughes abc news capitol hill resident from criticising british prime minister theresa may's negotiations and leaving the european union telling the sun newspaper that it isn't what the britain's voted for much differently i actually told theresa may had to do it but she didn't agree with she didn't listen to him in president also warns may of trying to stay close to the the eu they do that i would say that that would probably in major trade relationship with the president meets with prime minister made morrow a us official confirms to abc news austin texas has been selected as headquarters city of the army's new futures command where military technologies will be developed an announcement coming tomorrow the author of a two thousand seventeen book about the nineteen fifty five lynching a fourteen year old emmett till in mississippi says he handed over all his investigation materials to the fbi duke university historian timothy tyson questions why the justice department has reopened the case there's nothing that i know of nothing in my research that is actionable i don't think the book quoted caroline dunham the white woman who claimed till whistle letter and after four date as saying her testimony was not truthful on wall street the dow closed up two hundred twenty four points the nasdaq was one gain one zero seven you're listening to abc news ever wonder why european seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning app and era dabbles awardwinning technology gets.

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"From abc news i'm richard cantu for nine hours fbi agent peter struck who's antitrump texts got and kicked off special counsel robert muller's russia probe has been testifying before joint meeting of the house oversight and judiciary committee's agent peter struck says his text messages were unrelated to his work for the fbi republicans railed on struck pointing to one message to then fbi lawyer lisa page stating we will stop trump from becoming president oversight committee chairman trey goudy anything's promising to stop someone he is supposed to be fairly investigating from ever becoming president isn't by democrats claim republicans are trying to undermine the muller investigation meghan hughes abc news capitol hill resident from criticizing british prime minister theresa may's negotiations and leaving the european union telling the sun newspaper that it isn't what britain's voted for much differently i actually told theresa may had to do it but she didn't she didn't listen to president also warns may of trying to stay close to the eu they do that i would say that that would probably major trade relationship within at its day the president meets with prime minister made amaro a us official confirms to abc news that austin texas has been selected as headquarters city of the army's new futures command or military technologies will be developed an announcement coming tomorrow the offer of a two thousand seventeen book about the nineteen fifty five lynching a fourteen year old emmett till in mississippi says he handed over all his investigation materials to the fbi duke university historian timothy tyson questions why the justice department has reopened the case there's nothing that i know of and nothing in my research that is actionable i don't think the book quoted caroline dunham white woman who claimed till whistle veteran after four date saying her testimony was not truthful on wall street the dow closed up two hundred twenty four points the nasdaq gained one oh seven you're listening to abc news ever wonder why european seemed to speak so many languages maybe it's because they used battle the number one selling language learning app.

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The new york times are committed to reporting the facts this is all things considered from npr news mary louise kelley elsa chang the justice department is reopening its investigation into the nineteen fifty five murder of emmett till based on the discovery of what it calls new information till was just fourteen years old visiting family in mississippi when a white woman said he had made crude sexual advances toward her he was kidnapped from his bed at night beaten and shot in the head his mutilated body was found days later in a river his mother mamie till mobely insisted on an open casket because she wanted the world to witness exactly what the attackers had done to her son to be a vein thing the calls a feeling i will say that he died the two white men who were tried in nineteen fiftyfive for till's murder were acquitted and both of them are now dead last year in his book the blood of emmett till researcher timothy tyson disclosed that the white woman who accused till had told him that her story was not true he joins us now from durham north carolina welcome glad to be here can we first step back for a moment and just give us some historical context how did emmett till murder helped galvanize the civil rights movement mainly bradley emmett's mother got his body back to chicago and had an open casket funeral somewhere between a hundred thousand two hundred and fifty thousand people viewed the body in the course of several days she then harness the power of black chicago the n double acp the chicago defender the johnson publishing company which is jet and ebony half a dozen other magazines all of these institutions with national reach she inspires a movement that elevated martin luther king the world historical status passed the civil rights act and the voting rights that national infrastructure was built by the till case now many people including emmett till family hope that your book would lead to reopening the investigation into his murder because you had the chance to speak with carolyn bryant donham the the white woman who had accused hill of harassing her can you just describe how she remembers this very brief encounter between emmett till and her she said her testimony in court of him grabbing her and making sexual advances to her that part's not true i said well what is true and she said to be perfectly honest i don't remember you tell these stories over and over until they seem true then she said nothing that boy did could ever justify what happened to him what do you make of the department of justice reopening this investigation think that it's a cynical political charade and utter hypocrisy for the justice department of jeff beauregard sessions and donald trump to feign caring about a black child murdered in nineteen fifty five when they're holding children of color in cages when they can't find a moral distinction between the nazis and those who demonstrate against them when jeff sessions has spent his whole career supporting restrictions on voting rights and i think it is rich with irony even if no one is prosecuted alternately is there value in just correcting the record in confirming that the allegations were false well i think that's been done that's in the blood of emmett till the fbi has never really close this case and there's a five hundred page report of the fbi's findings from nineteen fifty five certainly on into the nineteen ninety s nobody on to me the the fact that caroline bryant lied in court is not the morning news nobody believes she was telling the truth that's timothy tyson author of the blood of emmett till thanks very much for joining us thank you so much for having me the supreme court could soon shift to the right on some key issues if judge brad kavanagh is confirmed to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy abortion rights advocates are concerned that the newly configured court might reverse or substantially erode rove weighed that decision guaranteeing woman's right to an abortion under that scenario states could have free rein to restrict the procedure as npr's sarah mccamman reports reproductive rights activists are already taking up the fight over abortion in state legislatures before roe versus wade abortion was regulated by the states and most abortions were illegal in most of the.

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Lea Michele Reflects on Cory Monteith's Legacy 5 Years After His Death

Roe Conn

03:58 min | 2 years ago

Lea Michele Reflects on Cory Monteith's Legacy 5 Years After His Death

"In judy's news brought to you by kars for kids mostly cloudy eightyfive degrees at o'hare an outbreak of an intestinal illness and in some cases has been linked to mcdonalds salads has sickened ninety people in illinois the public health department says about a fourth of those who contracted cyclones pariah sis reported eating mcdonalds salads before getting sick cases of their illness reporting counties all over the state including cook governor round or married a same sex couple last month but that's not being toasted by some socially conservative groups the groom saved the runners are great friends of theirs in wonderful people the illinois family institute says it's a reminder that the governor has a social agenda but it's not conservative or republican now the chew brazilian boys detained by immigration agents in chicago have been reunited with their fathers there is concern about one of them heading to a facility in pennsylvania with his dad in a lot of litigation centered mostly on whether burqas properly licensed told children your license has been revoked and then administratively reinstated and then appealed so the entire stash of the berks disability is the subject of a large amount of litigation attorney tom yardley representing one of the families the department of justice has reopened its investigation into the nineteen fiftyfive killing of emmett till whose death sparked the civil rights movement he was abducted and brutally murdered in mississippi by two white men for whistling at a white woman but last year she admitted fabricating her testimony in a book written by duke university historian timothy tyson wrestling with the legacy of the atlantic slave trade we're wrestling with slavery kind of racial caste system and a river of unpunished blood till was from chicago amid threats of a trade war with china mayor emanuel had what he calls a productive meeting with the country's vice president emmanuel met with chinese vice president she sean and hopes affirming up a deal to have chinese firm build a factory in chicago to manufacturer c k railcars the mayor says the one hundred million dollar factory on the south east side would create three hundred fifty jobs america's increased tariffs on chinese goods threaten the deal but mayor emanuel says after meeting with government officials and executives the project is still moving forward does not pungo wgn news that viral video showing a man berating woman last month has now led to the resignation of cook county forest preserve officer and hate crime charges timothy tribals harassing the woman for wearing a t shirt with the puerto rico flag on it now facing to hate crime charges will appear in court for a bond hearing tomorrow meantime the officer accused of not helping her resigned wednesday i'm sincerely sorry that this happened i've seen the video and i'm outraged that this would happen anywhere let alone and especially sad that it happened in our force reserves that's the head of the forest preserve district arnold randolph says patrick connor did not leave in good standing in an investigation into his conduct continues wgn sports here's kevin powell thank you judy the blackhawks and arizona coyotes have struck a deal the centerpiece marian hosts his contract which runs through twenty twenty one there's a five million dollar salary cap hit each season that the hawks wanted to clear so they move hosa along with vinny headed stroz in jordan oester lead in return for four players including forward marcus krueger he spent seven seasons in chicago won a couple of stanley cups obviously really i mean couldn't be any anymore happy and ready to go and the overall really excited be back also got a third round pick in next year's draft in a classy move by marian halsey has a no trade clause in his contract but he understood the situation he waved it allowing the hawks to trade him in his contract off night for the cubs and white sox both back at it tomorrow night sokolow host the royals will have it here at seven ten cubs will be in san diego at wimbledon serena williams has advanced to our tenth final at the all england club and plenty of pro golf locally this week in highland park.

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on KSRO

"Three five south county ninety four five s it's been a tense joint hearing of the house judiciary and oversight committee's hearing from the fbi agent booted off special counsel robert muller's russia probe peter struck testifying about the antitrump texts that surfaced prompting his ouster from muller's team you need to understand that that was written late at night off the cuff and it was in response to a series of events that included then candidate trump insulting the immigrant family of a fallen war heroes struck says his text was not as gestion that he or the fbi would try to sway the election the author of a book that included new revelations in the nineteen fifty five lynching and mississippi of emmett till says he shared his research with the fbi last year timothy tyson says he feels that spurred the justice department to announce today it's reopening the investigation into till's killing in chicago timothy tribe this is facing felony hate crime charges tribe is caught on viral video a racist rant toward a woman wearing a puerto rican flag tee shirt and a forest preserve rich richard cantu abc news i'm channel icier cnbc radio stocks rallied the dow surged two hundred twenty four points the nasdaq one hundred seven and the s and p five hundred twenty four cbs and aetna traded higher after the department of justice said it's not planning to challenge their merger but it is going to appeal a federal judges approval of at and t eighty five billion dollar acquisition of time warner this raises the prospect the deal could be undone shares of l brands tumbled as sales growth slows especially at victoria's secret consumer prices rose one tenth of one percent for third straight month in june eating away at sluggish wage growth and sending inflation to its highest rate and more than six years the number of.

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U.S. says all eligible young migrant children reunited with parents

WBBM Early Afternoon News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

U.S. says all eligible young migrant children reunited with parents

"Prime minister is hosting president trump for dinner at blenheim palace the birthplace of winston churchill if mr trump has a tendency to fill the twitter sphere with snappy comebacks whenever he thinks he's been insulted prime minister theresa may is an expert practitioner of british reserve she has chosen to ignore mr trump's recent remarks questioning her leadership one person at number ten downing street has antiquated this visitation with undiluted pleasure mr may he apparently bought a new suit ahead of his meeting with first lady melania trump vicki barker cbs news london the white house says all eligible young children separated from their families as a result of immigration policy have been reunited with their parents however around fifty kids under the age of five haven't been reconnected because of safety concerns the deportation of their parents or other issues a federal judge is giving the trump administration until july twenty sixth to reunite about two thousand older children a group of priests from the chicago area is at the texas mexico border seeing firsthand what migrants are going through six of us we were invited for long for us to come down burgle bit and experienced this mission outreach people that his father tom hurley pastor at old saint pat's church in the west loop the other priests are from congregations in the west humboldt park neighborhood northbrook and evanston seminal case in american civil rights history is getting a new look the department says it has new information about the lynching a fourteen year old till but didn't disclose in a report to congress what it is a book published last year had an interview with the white woman who accused african american till of whistling at her and grabbing her and her family's grocery store back in nineteen fiftyfive author timothy tyson sat down with gayle king from cbs this morning last year when his book came out and talked about how the former carolyn bryant changed her story of the physical assault said that part's not true brian's ex husband and brotherinlaw were acquitted of till's lynching by an allwhite allmale jury in mississippi but they later confessed ansi hardy newsradio on one zero five point nine fm a new ranking of.

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Now at nine thirty one cbs news special report after a chaotic final day at the nato summit president trump takes center stage in brussels to declare allied nations have agreed to increase contributions to defense spending they were probably worried because the united states was not being treated fairly but now we are because the commitment has been up so much just how much isn't clear that's good news on this ranch president emmanuel macron says nato members did not agree to kick in any more than they'd already pledged nonetheless as nato's secretary general jens stoltenberg false really an open discussion where we had the frank on those respectful exchanges over arguments on us political analyst leonard steinhorn this has been quintessential donald trump he appears strong he keeps others even our closest allies off balance he disrupts the status quo and then he declares himself a winner president trump has arrived in london where large protests are planned cbs news special report i'm deborah rodriguez the thursday morning news watch continues wbz news time nine thirty two more than six decades after the murder of chicago in it till the justice department has reopened its probe of the killing the department told congress in a report in march it's reinvestigating the death of fourteen year old till citing new information but not saying what it is in a book published last year the white woman who claimed in nineteen fifty five the african american till whistled at her and grabbed her in a convenience store recanted her story author timothy tyson spoke to cbs this morning last year about his conversation with the former carolyn bryant's she's sort of muttered almost herself they're all dead now anyway her relatives people who would be hurt by this or would be upset by this the two men charged with till's lynching were acquitted by an all white jury but later confessed ansi hardy newsradio on one zero five point nine fm the death of a woman found after a fire on chicago's south side has been determined to be a homicide police are investigating body of thirty eight year old tonto hall was discovered by firefighters responding to a call just after midnight at a two story apartment building on the thirteen hundred block of west fifty seventh street before units in the building were occupied and at least two adults and a child had been displaced the cause of the fire is under investigation more serious charges are reportedly being considered against a man who went on a tirade against a woman in cook county forest preserve sixty two year old timothy tribe is currently charged with misdemeanor assault and disorderly conduct and now viral video shows him verbally attacking a woman who was wearing a t shirt with the flag of puerto rico on it the trip says the.

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"timothy tyson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"timothy tyson" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Barely rise in the month of june stock index futures still higher dow future up one hundred eighty five fair skies seventy three degrees in the city of seven thirty vs news special report president trump says he got what he wanted at the nato summit in brussels after lashing out at allied nations again today over defense spending he says we we will go too much higher than two percent into the future but right now we're getting people up to two percent and that'll take place over a fairly short period of time a short number of years is no confirmation on specifics and french president emmanuel macron denies member nations have changed their previous financial commitments cbs's major garrett on the confusion surrounding mr trump's announcement it's been a very hectic couple of hours here at nato headquarters the nato spokesman said there was a special meeting called those in the room told wire service reporters it wasn't emergency meeting the topic the future of nato defense spending and around it veiled threats from the president united states that the united states white withdraw from nato though that was never explicitly mentioned cbs news special report rodriguez thursday morning news watch continues wbz news time seven thirty to a major case in us civil rights history of getting another look the justice department is reinvestigating the murder of chicago and emmett till the department says it has new information about the lynching a fourteen year old till but didn't disclose in a report to congress what it is a book published last year had an interview with the white woman who accused african american till of whistling at her and grabbing her and her family's grocery store back in nineteen fiftyfive author timothy tyson sat down with gayle king from cbs this morning last year when his book came out and talked about how the former carolyn bryant changed her story of the physical assault said that part's not true brian's ex husband and brotherinlaw were acquitted of tells lynching by all white allmale jury in mississippi but they later confessed antsy hardy newsradio on one zero five point nine fm donald's the texas mexico border today several catholic priests from the chicago area are getting a firsthand look at the experiences of migrants include the pastors of the newly formed san jose sanchez del rio perish in west humbled park to saint norbert in northbrook old saint pat's father tom hurley says he expects the two and a half day trip to be i opening among today's plans you're going to be going to visit la posada providence we'll meet sister margaret and a team of opera sada's shelf for migrants who come from all over the world at our house here with families after being released from father hurley also says the six priests will be crossing.

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