22 Burst results for "Tommy Thompson"

Treasure hunter jailed 5 years still won't say where gold coins are

Fox News Rundown

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Treasure hunter jailed 5 years still won't say where gold coins are

"Former Deep sea treasure Hunter is about to mark his fifth year in jail. Research scientist Tommy Thompson is being held in contempt of court in Ohio because he refuses to cooperate in a case stemming from the whereabouts of 500 gold coins. The saga began when Thompson found the wreck of the S s Central American. Vessel is known as the ship of gold because it was carrying thousands of pounds of the precious metal when it sank in 18 57 Hurricane hurricane Thompson was paid $12.7 million to find the ship. But he stiffed his investors apparently found the ship, but he didn't he didn't share with him. He also will not cooperate with authorities trying to find the gold coins he recovered. Hence the lengthy stay behind bars on contempt citations. Oh, my, So the guys just he's waiting amount, then you know, they want to find the gold. They're gonna have to go to deliver some clean them out of jail for five years.

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Ex-treasure hunter marks fifth year in jail — and counting — over missing gold coins

WBBM Evening News

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Ex-treasure hunter marks fifth year in jail — and counting — over missing gold coins

"Former Deep Sea treasure. Hunter is about to mark his fifth year in jail for refusing to disclose the whereabouts of 500 missing gold coins Defendant Tommy Thompson. Has been held in contempt of court since mid December of 2015. The coins were mended from gold recovered from the SS Central America would sank in a hurricane off South Carolina. In 18 57

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GOP Representative Jim Sensenbrenner to retire

Mark Belling

12:27 min | 1 year ago

GOP Representative Jim Sensenbrenner to retire

"You I'm gonna be joined in just a few seconds here by congressman Jim Sensenbrenner who has been a powerful member of the United States house of representatives for decades former committee chairman and long time representative of currently called the fifth congressional district and the just the clouds of change a little bit over the years but it's always been a very very large chunk of the Milwaukee suburbs congressman Sensenbrenner good afternoon hi mark how are you doing I'm a great I you have it at all to do you want to share with our audience this afternoon so I'm just going to allow you to share it yes mark I wanna let you and your listeners know all of that I've decided not to seek reelection a year from November I always knew that when the time came for me to step aside I would come to that conclusion and I've done that now it's been a great run for the last forty two years I think I've made a difference both for our district in our country in building the Republican Party and making us safer through the patriot act in this modernization as well as standing up for disabled people and me on board so the time has come I think to pass the torch I'm proud of what I've done and then of what I want to do is to thank everybody who has supported me over the years because I never could have done it alone. obviously you've been there for a long time you had a few health problems have been some health issues in your family are those contributing factors here or have you just decided that you wanna roll off into the sunset and not have to do so much hard work for the rest of your life well first of all I'm not planning on going off into the sunset I will remain active in Wisconsin politics health question the answer is no my wife who has severe aneurysm is stabilized and I am feeling you know up to the job and you all are going to be hearing an awful lot for me during the next sixteen months when I survive my final term of particularly if the Democrats are foolish enough to actually go through an impeachment in the Judiciary Committee that was my next question you do and you're not resigning or anything like that your term would run to January of twenty one and you are going to serve that entire que van is correct I am not resigning I am serving out my term and at the end of this term I will have been in Congress longer than anybody else in Wisconsin history including David OP was that done was that a goal at any point what it all really. for the last two years but you know I I I figured yeah after all the pushing and pulling in the last Congress you know I wanted to be there in this Congress whether we were in the majority or the minority and when you're in the minority of course you have nothing to say about the schedule but I learned a long time ago that when you have a good idea you get a bipartisan sponsor co sponsor of it because in our divided Congress unless you do that it's not going anywhere. have you made a decision as to whether or not you're going to endorse someone who seeks to replace your I'm not going to win Doris anybody I'm sure there's going to be a scrum of Republicans running and I hope they all seek the party endorsement next month or next March the fifth district caucus the only thing I can say to those who are contemplating running are actually running is don't kill each other please. the I. up. ten year of your career you I mean the the what the media will describe me the use different adjectives than those of the conservatives would describe but forceful aggressive feisty combative committed all of those words do come to do come divided describing your career I mean it's hard what you mentioned that you're not going to go watch silently I can't imagine you ever being silent ready thank you not only were a consistent conservative and maybe a little bit ahead of your time in some of your conservative points of view you chose to make yourself vocal and clear and aggressive as you know there are some members of Congress we call a back benchers they go there and you never hear anything from them again and they cast their votes in the collector paychecks and so on you chose from the beginning. to be heard and that the voice of sense in better would be known and would be out there I talk for just a moment about that and about your own style and the way that you've kind of handle the comported yourself in your life tenure in Congress well after my first election I got a call from former president Ford he said Jim you have a safe district you can either be a great constituents Orvis congressman or hire people who can do that my staff has been great or you can be somebody who actually aggressively pursues and passes legislation that was very good advice and that's what I've done really right from the beginning and I don't regret doing that because the staff can do an awful lot of things that they can their goose registration they can't debated they can't vote on it they can't negotiate with the Senate and with the White House and I I just had my staff pull together some figures following Gerry Ford's advice I've been the lead sponsor coast sponsor of four thousand two hundred ninety nine pieces of legislation seven hundred sixty eight of them passed the house and two hundred seventeen of them have been signed into law by six different presidents so I think I made a difference both for our district in for our country and I've kept in touch hundred town meetings average every year nobody can come close to that in there a lot of people who come into the town meetings and say I've been to direct I've been to route and things like that but I think that this is an issue of accountability and I guess somebody could be wishy washy and six months later when things don't turn out correctly people say why didn't he or she tell us that that's not my style some is not going to pass I think people are newer right away. and they are put their efforts into something else. when I got wind that you wanted to have something to say obviously I didn't think it was you announcing reelection because you pronounce your candidacy for reelection ninety seven thousand times that it was something else one of the questions that will come up is why now are you burned out to get tired of the attitude in Washington did that come into play or is it simply that it's time and you want to go out on your own terms while you can still do it on your own terms well it's you know the thing is is that the framers set up the constitution that required compromise which is kind of a naughty word nowadays and it's been frustrating I'll be the first one to admit that I wanted to go out on my own terms I don't haven't announced opponent free election and nobody can come up and say well I forced him out map because there's nobody that has any credibility at math you know the other thing you know is is that I'd like to get a new representative in the fifth district before redistricting because if I served another term and would be leaving in twenty twenty two I can see the wolves on both sides of the aisle on Madison seeing themselves going to Washington and carving the seat up and believe me I have work to make the wall counties more Republican the wall counties have got to be kept together in redistricting if Republicans are going to have any chance of winning a statewide election yeah I guess we should tell people since she has changed a bit over every ten years you're just like I guess could roughly be described as a small portion of western Milwaukee county the northern half of walk a shot I think all they're virtually all of Jefferson I think you have all the virtually all of Dodge and Washington you no longer have sake I think I think I pretty much yeah you're pretty and the city of whitewater the city of white water ice. get a little bit down there and your white water in that so that's it yet it could change a little bit over the years with the redistricting and so on but it is generally bad. a Republican district and wanted which well you had challengers none that were ever very serious I guess my final question to you is was that liberating and allowing you to. not have to worry at all about. taking positions that were in chores by having a district that was perceived is generally safe do you think do you think that allowed you to become an even more effective and outspoken voice for conservatism it was because I mean I think you you pre date even Tommy Thompson's governorship in here what if you think about the foundational roots of the contemporary Republican Party in Wisconsin I mean your the route I mean it's it's been you and everything's calm well you better route well. very clearly so all the way the old nine district was when I was first elected it didn't start out that way half the courthouse in half the legislative delegation in Waukesha county were Democrats we had a party leadership that complained about conservatives at the bar at the Country Club and the next spring with my support down Taylor was elected Waukesha county chairman and with the party signing up for members and me pointing out folks who have fled from the city that is Republicans that really stand up for your values of small government good schools will crime rates lower taxes and you are a shared your previous voting habits and start voting for Republicans they have a lot of people but led by don Taylor bureau have been able to turn walkie Sean Washington counties into the Republican strongholds of they are and in terms of my political legacy I can look back at that it was a great deal of pride. you you may I I said that was my last question I do have another one you obviously timed the announcement the election is next year the primary election which is where all the action to be on the Republican side is you know a full you're a ways you're giving the other would be candidates an opportunity to go on this it will catch anyone by surprise even though you will Sir about obviously the entirety of the term did you have this in your mind last year when you were writing that the the election that you won back in twenty eighteen was the last is this but thought for a while it or did this come up in the last week what where's where's the time line bad where arms of how you come to this well you know what I what I can say is that Sean Duffy and I were the two most responsible for convincing Paul Ryan to run for speaker and I made a commitment at least mentally that I would serve out and be Paul Ryan's good friend in backstop and he gave me a couple of messages to straighten out which were real masses that you know Paul's retirement was a surprise but no surprise but things have gone along so far down the you know I said that you know really we don't need to have an uproar in the fifth district because it will hurt the statewide take care of well you know heard governor Walker and Attorney General Shamil and you know needed to have the the work that I was doing and the endorsements that I could make the keep the the fifth district legislators reelected. sure enough well it's I'm sure we're going to have you on the program is going to be a lot of things that happen over the next sixty months and I appreciate your joining us to make this time I would say epic and historic announcement this afternoon well thank you very much for giving me the opportunity mark okay thanks

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Twenty-nine? Wisconsin's morning news. That's a rep for Monday. Steve's defeated is next. Good to be back in studio after the weekend. I feel recharged. Refresh. Was gorgeous weather hog that that's like I remember it. Yes. No. Was we had for the first time like twenty five years? We did not host Easter dinner. So we went out to eat Myers restaurant. I think it's in greenfield. Yeah. Great great fees and there forever. Everybody had short sleeved shirts. No coats van that was how I want. Enjoy my Easter last to talk about today, kind of fun interview. Right right out of the gate at at nine o'clock. Governor Marty Schreiber. Yeah. I'm inviting all the governors in had governor Scott Walker had governor Tony givers. I've got governor. Tommy Thompson next week. But today Marty Schreiber, and we're talking about his book my to elaine's great. Telling the story of dealing with dimension, Alzheimer's, his wife, Elaine, and we're going to spend some time on that little little politics as well. Press Club headliner Gruden dinner coming up. That's right. That's right. So I'm looking for that conversation. He's a big fan of the show. I'm anxious to get him in studio and just having a chat about a lot of different things. He's you know, when you when you serve in that kind of a position you bring some experience and some knowledge about all things Wisconsin, and I'm anxious to talk to him that's coming up at nine seven. But right now, it's eight thirty WTMJ breaking news center. Here's Jane Matenaer. Thank you stayed. A greenfield native is among the victims of the Easter attacks in Sri Lanka, UW, graduate co wall. Ski living in Denver was there on a business trip. The company works for confirmed his death to WTMJ this morning. They Walsea had just arrived at his hotel when he was killed in an explosion police in Seymour turning over their investigation into the deaths of two children and one adults to state investigators the three found inside the home Friday morning. That's the same home where domestic disturbance had been reported the night before the mother of the children has been found safely, so far no suspects identified..

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on 1A

"Back now to our conversation with Shelby Emmett and Lisa graves. Lisa. Let me give you a chance to react to Shelby's last common. And then we'll keep going with more audience questions. Thanks, joshua. Well, you know, I documented the actual history of that stand your ground legislation, and what we know is that the NRA lobbyists took that Bill to an Alec meeting closed door session in Texas that was co chaired by WalMart at the time. The biggest retailer bullets in the world in the biggest seller of rifles, and it was voted on by corporate members. And Alec legislators to make it a national model. That's how that Bill move. Forward was at the NRA's urging while Alec has a hounded the fact that it's not currently one of its models. Alec has done nothing to get those bills repealed across the country, the bills that it helped push into law, and that's the case with voter ID and other measures as well. And so you have a situation which Alec wants to distance itself from the pass without actually doing any repair of those measures. And then in the current context a number. Of the Alec legislators in the states have been accused of sexual harassment or sexual misconduct. Alec has been silent on those. I think Alec hides win it sees controversy. And does a lot of PR spin was regards to the NRA and the standard ground. How how do we know about this? What's what's the for that? Well, I went through and found open records material that we obtained we also went through historical records archives of lawmaker databases, and I've got the material to show exactly how that Bill moved through Florida. And how it was introduced at the Alec meeting that the NRA introduced it. And and also that WalMart co-chaired the meeting at the time. So there's ample documentation, you can find out more at Alec exposed. You can also find out materials through documented dot net and some of our reporting on the intercept dot com. She'll be before we keep Well, I I want to address the issues of sexual harassment as a woman as women who works in an organization ram by a female CEO. That's just quite disgusting. We are an organization we're not legislators parents. And if they did act in a ridiculous horrific way towards women or anybody else, they should be held accountable for that by their voters and their states and by their constituents, but to be a female into work under a female CEO that that's just the spectacle that she would say something like that, quite frankly, Tom wrote this quote about Alec from former Wisconsin governor Tommy Thompson, the quote is I always loved going to meetings because I always found new ideas. And then I take them back to Constan disguise them a little bit and declare that it's mine I'm interested in that quote show be particularly because there are a number of lawmakers who spoken very openly about how much they love. Alec Senator Rick Scott, who's Florida's former governor? Now, a Senator representing Florida had this to say about why he thinks Alec is important, and this is from YouTube video on Alex YouTube channel, I know that with less regulation. More more good things happen. We've been able to Florida to cut fifty four. I think it's fifty four or five. Eighty five hundred regulations and with with that we've had unbelievable prosperity now in DC, I'm gonna do my best to make sure that Washington's quits telling us what to do we should let her states make their own decisions. We need to have laboratories now, I wanna make sure Florida's the best laboratory, of course. But, you know, Alex, doing a great job and thanks for all your hard work to make sure that we keep state's rights, and we don't have continued federal government tried to take over all of our rights. That's florida. Senator Rick Scott who previously represented Florida as its governor. Shelby. What's your take on the appeal of Alec to lawmakers? Sure. I think what the appeal is it will look happening in DC right now..

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We'll start to warm up today is high pressure sets up to our west Phoenix reaches. Seventy degrees today and seventy one on Friday. It'll be mostly sunny through the end of the week expect more breezes on Saturday. Otherwise, we're dry and in the low seventies through the weekend. I'm ABC teleology. Irish there must be another chilly morning at five. Oh, two. It's thirty six degrees. Chandler. We are learning. More details now on how Phoenix police were able to get the DNA of the man suspected of sexually abusing an incapacitated woman who gave birth at hacienda healthcare last month. The first option is to do it by consent. We ask somebody. Hey, would you consent to give us your your DNA? However, it's not uncommon for people for whatever reason to say, look, I don't wanna do that sergeant Tommy Thompson tells KTAR MAC and Gaydos from his understanding Thirty-six-year-old Nathan Sutherland gave his DNA after he realized he would be forced to because of a court order seven arrest shocked one of his former co workers at hacienda healthcare. Eleanor rigors worked closely with several into help care for the victim involved. In this case, she spoke with our TV partner. ABC fifteen I think he's a coward. I think he's a the lowest scum imaginable. And it just kills me because I considered him a friend. She is also concerned about the other patients in the same wing who were also under Sutherland's care. Hoc- into says Nathanson new excuse me Sutherland who underwent extensive background checks before he was hired seven years ago was fired immediately upon his arrest. Big news from the White House this morning. The state of the union is in a state of delay. Overnight. The president agreeing with the speaker of the house, not on reopening the government, but about his state of the union address tweeting hell do the address when the shutdown is over because quote, there is no venue that can compete with the history tradition and importance of the house chamber this shocking concession by the president after he tried to call Pelosi's bluff yesterday following a week long standoff, sending a letter saying that he still planned to deliver the address next Tuesday Pelosi, then responded with her own letter officially cancelling it, adding I look forward to welcoming you to the house when government has been opened. Serena Marshall, ABC news Washington as the partial government shutdown continues Wells Fargo in Arizona's hoping to give some relief to its customers that are affected. Her customers who are having difficulties making. In their loan payments due to the shutdown. Both Fargo is working with them to identify short and long term assistant options that might be available to them Tessa. We Wells Fargo says they're reversing and waving any late fees on credit accounts in any other loans. Those customers are unable to pay on time. Another scam to be aware of their is an attorney general Mark Burnett says his office has seen a recent spike in scammers claiming to work for the social security administration calling Arizona's trying to get either their social security numbers or access to their financial information. Burn of it says don't give out any personal information over the phone is dead. Hang up in contact his office. The Phoenix fire department doing its part to bring awareness to the high rate of cancer. Among firefighters firefighters four times more likely to get cancer. Seventy percent of line of duty deaths in two thousand seventeen were attributed to cancer fire. Captain, Larry suburbia says the presumptive cancer order signed into law by President Trump now honors any firefighter cancer debt, as in the line of duty with the impacts of toxins that come along with smoke, inhalation, and other hazards, Phoenix fire has been. Changing their culture when it comes to this including mandating their firefighters have two sets of turnouts. So they can have a backup ready. So that tainted turnouts can be cleaned. It's actually the number one action item. We have right now for the city of Phoenix is to look at ways.

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good morning. I'm Nicole Davis. Here's what we're following in the newsroom demand accused of kidnapping Olivia Ambrose. Victor painter of Charlestown is doing court this morning day, thirty three of the government shutdown. Two bills are up in the Senate to try to get things open but both are expected to fail. Governor Baker expected to release his new budget plan later today with a focus on education funding right now, Wall Street, the Dow Jones is up thirty points. The NASDAQ is down twenty one and the S and P five hundred is down just about six Phoenix. Police charge a male nurse with sexual assault after a woman in a vegetative state in a long term nursing facility gives birth to a baby. Boy, investigators say DNA lead them to thirty six year old Nathan Sutherland, one of the women's caregivers. Police sergeant Tommy Thompson says the baby's okay, we can always choose how we come into this life, but we can choose to do as a community as loved this child. And that's what we have the opportunity to do. And I'm pleased. To say that the baby I am told is doing quite well and the victim has been incapacitated since she was three years old. She's twenty nine now she had that baby. Boy back on December twenty ninth. A judge in Florida says no contempt of court after the Broward sheriff's office released Marjory stoneman Douglas, high school shooting suspect, nNcholas cruises medical records to state investigators cruises medical records were provided last summer to the commission that was created in order to look into the February twenty eighteen shooting in which seventeen people were killed so far they have not been made public as court. Order recalling calling the release limited not done in bad, faith, and an isolated incident. The judge added the sheriff's office may not have been aware of restrictions. She had placed on these records. Cruise is facing the death penalty. Police in New Jersey say they're still looking into the spotting of two drones yesterday near Peterborough airport one of which came within dozens of feet of an incoming flight. Now, it's more and more people go out and buy drowns and take them out for a spin ABC's transportation. Correspondent David curly toll. Me officials are having a tough time with people that aren't flying by the rules because this could put people in danger comes to this latest incident. I asked him if the shutdown was affecting the investigation and really security in our airports in general, let's talk big picture. I on on who's responsible for these federal laws that you're not supposed to violates. But quite often you see the local authorities expect to enforce this on back of the FAA happen. This time the port authority here at Newark is basically thing, you know, we're helping the FAA and as you are right. The FAA is on shutdown, and you know, this is not going to be the number one on their list of things to do. So that's problematic. If you want to talk about TSA or other things, you know, the government says that at this point. And the FAA at this point. Everything. Aviation world a similar drone citing grounding flights last month at Gatwick airport outside London that was the case for more than a day. A brand new survey shows Americans do appear to support the idea of Medicare for all. But the Matt small reports that support starts to plummet plummet rather when they're asked if they'd pay higher taxes or have a delay in treatment to get it. Initial support for the ideas fifty six to forty two percent, but those numbers can shift dramatically when people are given additional information support bumps seventy one percent when people learn Medicare for all would guarantee a right to health coverage. But when told that a government run system could lead to paying higher taxes. It falls to thirty seven percent in dives even further to twenty six percent when the possibility of delays, and cares mentioned.

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House panel launches investigation into White House security clearances

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

House panel launches investigation into White House security clearances

"House. Among the clearances to be investigated is one granted to former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who's been convicted of lying to FBI investigators about his overseas relationships. Bill Rakoff reporting ten thirty three. CBS news update. A licensed practical nurse is facing charges in Phoenix in connection with the rape of an incapacitated woman who gave birth late last year. Tommy Thompson of the city

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on AP News

"The president stormed out again, we saw a temper tantrum because he couldn't get his way. And he just walked out of the meeting. Vice President Mike Pence says Trump didn't raise his voice or slammed his fist. Yes. Speaker Pelosi that if he opened things up quickly if he reopened the government quickly would she be willing to agree to funding for a wall or a barrier on the southern border? And when she said, no, the president said goodbye, the results no progress in negotiations to end the nineteen day old partial government, shutdown FEMA workers union had Steve Reeves says people who have had homes damaged or destroyed by weather or wildfires. Won't see anyone from his agency. What this means is anyone who needs insurance claims property damages while were out and the American people. Asked where is FEMA we're furloughs? The government isn't doing routine food inspections because of the partial shutdown, but the food and Drug administration is calling back one hundred fifty workers next week to inspect inspect risky foods such as cheese infant formula and produce an Arizona woman in a vegetative state who was sexually assaulted after a long term care facility and had a baby is recovering at a hospital along with the child. Phoenix police are gathering DNA from all male employees at that facility. Police sergeant Tommy Thompson the process says we asked people voluntarily and sometimes people have the right to refuse. But then we come back with a court order, a lawyer a lawyer for the woman's family said they were outraged apathy negligence of their daughter. The woman was has been in a vegetative state since nearly drowning ten years ago. This is AP radio news. A major automaker shows off a not quite driverless big rig at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Donohue was more. This is likely the biggest gadget the gadget show. It's Daimler trucks. Freightliner Cascadia talking about partial automation, Daimler's Willfried Aachen boxes says you still need someone a human behind the wheel. He needs.

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on AP News

"AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire the meeting with congressional leaders from both parties and President Trump was short and fractious later in a tweet Tump called it a waste of time. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says the president stormed out again, we saw a temper tantrum because he couldn't get his way. And he just walked out of the meeting. Vice President Mike Pence says Trump didn't raise his voice or slammed his fist. Yes. Speaker Pelosi that if he opened things up quickly if he reopened the government quickly would she be willing to agree to funding for a wall or a barrier on the southern border? And when she said, no, the president said goodbye, the results no progress in negotiations to end the nineteen day old partial government, shutdown FEMA workers union had Steve Reeves says people who have had homes damaged or destroyed by weather or wildfires. Won't see anyone from his agency. What this means is anyone who needs insurance claims property damages while were out and the American people. Asked where is FEMA? We're furlough. The government isn't doing routine food inspections because of the partial shutdown, but the food and Drug administration is calling back one hundred fifty workers next week to inspect inspect risky foods such as cheese infant formula and produce Zona woman in a vegetative state who was sexually assaulted after a long term care facility and had a baby is recovering at a hospital along with the child. Phoenix police are gathering DNA from all male employees at that facility. Police sergeant Tommy Thompson the process says we asked people voluntarily and sometimes people have the right to refuse. But then we come back with a quarter. A lawyer a lawyer for the woman's family said they were outraged apathy negligence of their daughter. The woman was has been in a vegetative state since nearly drowning ten years ago. This is AP radio news. A major automaker shows off a not quite driverless big rig at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Donohue was more. This is likely the biggest gadget at the gadget show. It's Daimler trucks Freightliner Cascadia. We're talking about partial automation dime. Blurs Willfried Aachen boxes says you still need someone a human behind the wheel. He needs.

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Never miss any of the show for your iphone or Android. So at two o'clock today, we did not start with what we usually start with the all Arizona daily. Download five big local stories five local stories. We started with the Phoenix police a press conference. This was the first time. The Phoenix police department have talked about the horrific incident that took place at hacienda healthcare. A twenty nine year old woman in a vegetative state raped gave birth to a baby boy on December twenty ninth. Apparently, no one knew she was pregnant. I don't know if anyone stop to see how she was doing for eight months nine months, but nobody knew so obviously the Phoenix police department has to investigate this. It is a national story, and it is a nightmare for this woman and her family who by the way, they're going to take the baby in. They say they're gonna have a loving family. They're gonna take the baby in. So Tommy Thompson from the Phoenix PD had a press conference and met the media and ask for help. Yeah. Do they have any suspects? I don't know. No, no. He didn't. He no. He wanted the public's help which is kinda disappointing because we want to know a do you got to have the guy? We have the person we want them on we want the monster. Oh, you don't. Okay. So it's up to the public. Well, that means that this investigation could take a lot longer. Let suffice it to say DNA will be one of our key tools in its investigation that plus information from the community. Okay. And that makes sense. Child. The child is going to be DNA tested the person or persons that they go through all the DNA inside and outside. I thought that was interesting too that they're casting their net. Not just inside that building of all the staff and all the male staff of that of that healthcare facility, but outside the building to that could mean visitors that could mean maintenance people that could mean anybody who came into that building. Maybe family members don't know it could be somebody went to visit someone else there you go. And that that they are going to have to give their DNA and that child will confirm through DNA testing who that person is. So no suspect idiot, this is gonna be a tough one. And by the way, they said this is going to be well, they said it exactly like this quote him. This is not a short-term investigation. This is a complex investigation could be very long. So I totally get that. So the DNA tests are happening. They've had to obtain search warrants and court orders. Great great. And you can't just get those results in a matter of minutes. So they're gonna take awhile to come back. Yes. Also, I want everybody at this house of horrors to be interviewed, nurses, doctors everybody because I also want to know if there's a cover up I want to know, if if there were people that went into this woman's room and knew she was pregnant and never said anything, I know the Phoenix police department will do those interviews, but it goes without even having to say, everyone who said this. We're not saying anything new how do you not know there's a woman pregnant, how do you know that? I mean, goodness. The baby was the baby is crowning and known in the hospital could could figure that out until December twenty nine come on. Well, it just doesn't make sense. It makes no sense doesn't make sense. There are some women. You can tell there's some women. You can't tell are pregnant. I totally get it. But if you're a healthcare facility aren't doctors checking this woman aren't people noticing that she's gaining weight. Aren't you noticing? She's not having a period, aren't you? Because she vegetative state harass. So there are people there. The p the great people at the Phoenix police department. They're doing the investigative measures. Now, one of the things that I wanted to know, and I really didn't understand. And I don't know if I don't know if I get it still very point. Yeah. Couple things. Why did it take twelve days for the Phoenix police department to come out and talk about why is that important? Why why what is the delay? What do you suspect? Or what do you think the delay is or why does that bug you because I'm thinking well until they have something to put out there. Why would they give a press? I mean, it's almost two weeks after something that you know, we just got back this week. We know that this radio station been talking about this story. Well, well, you know before we got back on Monday. Right. We know that everybody's talking about it. We know everybody wants answers. I would think the police department would wanna come out in at least, you know. So it's about that. Yeah. If you don't have any answer say, you don't have any answers. But don't wait twelve days. The other thing is they didn't say this was a sexual assault investigation. Until today. Why the heck not it's cloudy sexual assault investigations confusing to me because we'll what else would it be? I mean, this woman has been comatose for fourteen years. How is it? How would it not be? I I didn't understand that show. Tommy Thompson, Phoenix PD on the delay to talk to the media twelve days. Part of the reason we begin an investigation is any suspects. One of the one of the tools that we use is information that is provided to the suspect and often times when a suspect thinks that something is less serious. They are not as quick to go underground or to go into hiding. Okay. Listen, I'm not a cop. I don't know if I buy that probably I'll give the police department the benefit of the doubt, they know what they're doing. But I don't really get that. Are you trying to smoke out somebody? But, but if you are why on purpose, would you delay speaking to the media or delay saying it's a sexual assault investigation. When as soon as the story hit everybody knew that the woman was raped or that there was something that had a sexual assault nature to it. Yeah. I don't know why they did that either. But the cops would put out information knowing that it would call somebody to. Flee or not flee or whatever. So I just don't know. But hopefully, they catch this person sooner than later, but today left you with more questions than answers. Unfortunately, unfortunately, it's going to be a while before we find out. Just a terrible terrible story. It is woman in a vegetative state giving birth assembler twenty th the baby is apparently doing ok not great was coding voting twenty nine. Right. That's not good. So tend to make sure that the child is going to be fine. PCH you're going to get the best care that right? Okay. Coming up next. We've got former governor Jan brewer MAC and Gaydos political insider, why don't we go down this road with her. She came back for two thousand nineteen I know how much should governor Ducey get involved with the horror that happened at hacienda healthcare with this woman in a vegetative state? Can he just shut that place down tomorrow? We'll ask governor brewer next..

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Scott McCallum who was the acting governor after Tommy Thompson reside in the person who was in there immediately before dwell was for fourteen years. The Lieutenant governor of the state ran for the United States Senate and was a longtime member of the Wisconsin state Senate prior to that. Tommy Thompson is probably the biggest governmental junkie, the state is ever had policy. Wonk who had his fingers involved in everything? He was the longtime state state assembly Republican leader intimately involved in Republican politics and probably knew as many when he came into office, newest Betty, Republicans and business leaders in the state is anybody who ever took the position. Marty Schreiber was a former Milwaukee officials father was a big time Milwaukee democrat extremely well. Connected. And prior to him I mentioned Pat Lucey former chairman of the state Democratic Party close advisor to the Kennedys. That's what we've had. And now we've got a guy who comes out of DPI. It'd be like choosing somebody who was the county. Click claire. You probably would get somebody even more is qualify. The county clerk might actually deal with more issues that state government would deal with the DP I ever did. So how do we move forward here in this environment? I think the thing that's going to be difficult is as the Republicans in the legislature tried to do what they wanna do. You're not really dealing with Iverson going to be dealing with whomever is pressuring givers to do what he's doing because Tony Iverson respond to any of these things. Now, what are the dachshund? Scott Walker was that he didn't listen to anybody. That he did really had a staff that ever was. Walker never had like a super aide who. Well, the style is different from Trump. He's like Trump in this regard. Scott Walker's closest advisor was Scott Walker. Tommy Thompson was a little bit different in that he tended to have very strong chiefs of staff who did a lot of the nuts and bolts kinds of things. See you are a governor Walker who always knew what his plan was what is long view was. He knew where he wanted again, whether you agreed with overnight do the Tony Iverson's Eddie long view of any of these things. I've throw it out as an example, one of the first things to watch is going to be the approval of the colour golf course. Southern Cheboygan county. Do you think Tony Iverson's given five seconds of thought to balancing economic development and tourism against? Local residents who are trying to raise arcane environmental questions. So let's suppose that you know, there's pressure to get this thing approved the left. He's telling them not to do it. Are you dealing with Iverson? You're dealing with the left. He's we're pushing him in this direction. The second part of this should the Republicans try to work with Iverson. The should they tried to obstruct Devers or is there? A happy medium somewhere between I'll cover that. In a moment for three news talk eleven thirty WINS,.

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"I'm governor Tommy Thompson when I was governor I had to make some tough decisions to turn things around we lowered taxes to create jobs, and we reform welfare in education to get everyone in Wisconsin, a fighting chance. Scott Walker also at tough decisions to make it's part of the job before he was governor Wisconsin had a huge deficit unemployment hit nine point three percent and property taxes went through the roof. Scott Walker's reforms turned our state around more people in work this year than ever before the deficit has gone improperly taxes are lower than would Scott was elected Andy made historic investments in schools and help bring good paying manufacturing jobs back to Wisconsin. We cannot afford to go backwards by raising income and property. I'm Tommy Thompson. Let's keep Wisconsin working with governor Scott Walker. References Scott Walker. Conducting their own investigation. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. Saudi Arabia now says they're looking into the disappearance of journalist Jamal kashogi lasting three weeks ago. Entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul claimed by Saudi Arabia that all of the suspects in the case have now been interrogated in Saudi Arabia and sources say that one suspect was actually visiting New York today kashogi disappeared while the other claims that he one of them died a couple of years ago, so holes apparently in the story at one of the name now cropping up is general alphabet, our Siri. He's a two star general who's the vice president of Saudi intelligence that are now reports that he may have been the man who ordered the interrogation of kashogi. And of course, that would fit the narrative of Saudi Arabia that we've been expecting for a while. This is an interrogation got wrong, maybe sanctioned by Mohammed bin Salman. But it wasn't intended to end in murder. Benjamin hall lenient stand Bill this afternoon. President Trump was asked whether he thinks kashogi was dead answering. Certainly looks as though that's the case. But didn't say what he based his conclusion on. But at the consequences for the Saudis e says will be very severe if they're found responsible for kashogi stat at a rally in Montana tonight. The president talking about the caravan of migrants making its way to the US from Central America, as you know, I'm willing to send the military to defend our southern border..

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"New supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh will take the bench tomorrow. But tonight a White House celebration. Was formally sworn in by chief Justice John Roberts at the supreme court. That's where traditionally happens. But there is also the show and every president does this President Trump will have bread cavenaugh and his family over to the White House. They'll have another swearing in ceremony. A kind of victory lap for the president. That's ABC's. Terry moran. KTAR is on parenting after police were called on two different Bali schools for reports of a gun on campus last week. Phoenix police sergeant Tommy Thompson remind you reminds you that school safety starts in the home. We investigate any type of activity, so as parents talk to their kids, make sure they understand in law enforcement. We don't take those threats as a joke. He suggests you need to make sure your kids are able to talk to you about bullying and weapons on campus. And he says students should know they won't ever be in trouble. If they speak up when they see something wrong and ASU professor has been recognized as a genius Natalie Diaz has been named one. Of the twenty five recipients of the MacArthur foundation genius grant, she's a poet who writes about her experiences as a Mohave native American and Hispanic woman, the work I've done with my elders to help preserve them. Havi language is one of the most important things I've done in my life. And in some ways, I don't think I will ever write anything more important than the stories of there's deers and the other recipients will get six hundred twenty five thousand dollars each over five years to continue their work so far this year. Fifteen people in Arizona have died in house fires. This is national fire prevention week, look, listen and learn always have a plan. Make sure you check your smoke detectors just to make sure the batteries are working properly at least twice a month. And change those batteries out Tiffany Davalos with the department of forestry and fire management says take a few minutes to identify fire hazards in your home like the lint filter in the dryer. What was the last time you cleaned that and make sure your hot water heater is working properly? Today is Columbus Day, which should be a good day for bargains and Sumer expert, Janice Lieberman says that.

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Man convicted in shooting case now faces charges in killings

Chad Benson

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Man convicted in shooting case now faces charges in killings

"The valley freeway as a partially disrobed jumps on a car and wields a knife before he's captured this whole thing unfolded at the busy seventh avenue and interstate seventeen in south phoenix in the late morning hours phoenix please tell us the man is armed with a big knife he's partially disrobed in his jumping up and down on a car sergeant tommy thompson says officers fired non lethal weapons at him they struck him a couple of times he jumped off the car didn't have the total effect other than got him to get off the car he went over to the edge of the freeway and jumped the man lands on the street below please take him to a local hospital to be checked out no injuries to the public or police mark carlson ktar news a man who was convicted of two thousand sixteen incident in which he fired shots at glendale police officer is now charged with killing three people in western arizona the associated press says it's obtained court records indicating that lynch was indicted by a grand jury in thousand seventeen for the triple killing the bodies of seventy eight year old leicester lindsey his seventy five year old wife ella an eighty one year old alice boyd were all found in the pause county just days after lynch with charged with shooting at the officer all of the victims were from washington state ktar is on immigration getting undocumented immigrant kids back with their families arizona representative rogue rehovot says that's why he's going to the south west in tucson today care and attention these children receive able to talk about what that unification process on house southwest ki ay nonprofit is housing these children throughout the southwest gra halbe says there's more than four hundred of these children in the shelters now the phoenix fire department says it's been lucky with heat related incidents this year captain larry suburban says the department is not separate heat related calls from other incidents even so uptick in or call ball you overall we'll be getting from what the rules are reporting he says that may change soon we've been pretty fortunate typically takes a couple of days before we start seeing if that trend is really taken off suburban says most crew reports right now involves a homeless kathy klein ktar news let's get a check on traffic here's bradley jay in the valley chevy dealers traffic center well actually we're down to a.

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"With a few snow showers as we go throughout the late evening and overnight hours not much accumulation expected with low of twenty eight with wind chills in the teens on your friday mostly cloudy breezy and colton freight glory possible high of thirty four colder with winds gusting to thirty miles an hour saturday will be a nice day for me but it is april so mostly sunny and a high of thirty five will feel quite chilly on your sunday increasing clouds with a chance for a wintry mix late in the day after high of thirty seven monday will start off with some snow showers early mixing with some rain as we get into the middle mid day hours the highest thirty eight fifties later in the week i'm meteorologist jesse ricca for this team forecast wtmj the barometric pressure is falling the lake michigan water temperature thirty nine in madison forty two degrees green bay thirty six in waukesha forty in milwaukee it's thirty nine degrees wisconsin's afternoon news that newsradio six twenty wtmj i'm john mercure melissa barklay is here as well former governor tommy thompson in the wasa area talking about the state of wisconsin and recent elections and also about the president this is tommy thompson sita's very strong economy strong the highest number of people working lowest unemployment the economy's good but there's there's a feeling in wisconsin it's just not right can have that you know could become a wave election he says something is not just right didn't elaborate on that not sure what he meant the governor governor walker have you really interesting to see what he has to say about that the economy's good tommy thompson says but there's a feeling that something's not right in our state thompson went on to talk about the president saying that the president hurts himself with the way he communicates trump should quote throw the tweet out the window and quote take dale carnegie course on public diplomacy he also said donald trump is a bully and the president should not be a bully that is tommy thompson speaking near wausau about the president and about the state of the.

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"And so i said take all those into consideration you republicans are going to be in the toughest fight you've been in ever this year last question for you you're someone with one of the great political names of all time tommy thompson and i say this as someone with an alliterative name to how much do you think your name helped you in your political career if you'd been named craig thomson would you have been as politically successful who knows but it's been such a popular name for me in wisconsin that i never ever used my last name all my billboards all my bumper strips all my size was just tommy everybody in wisconsin that's incoming governor they don't call me mister thompson they call me tommy no matter where i go on the state of wisconsin everybody's still knows tommy and that the name is is got its own or about it and so it's worked out very well for me i thought it was gonna be a downer you know when i first ran but subsequent it'd be a downer why because i thought you know thomas seems like it's a nickname it's not your real name i'm is my real name and so i thought well maybe people think it's a nickname being cute and so forth but actually it's worked out extremely well for me i made it work for me and as a household name in the state of wisconsin so you say tommy people know who it is do you prefer to be called tommy over governor and secretary even by by some schmo like me and washer and bc familiarity than i really like people from all over come up they don't call me governor they call me tommy and i think that's that's a sense of of being popular we'll tell me thank you so much for joining our podcast it feels weird to say that after writing ancic secretary for so many years but it was lovely to sit down with you.

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"Mel those two together and come up with good public policy and that's this congress needs to do much more so than ever has before we we got huge problems we need bipartisan support to solve some of those problems you recently warned wisconsin republicans about the political environment quote we're going to have one hell of a tough fight on our hands and i'm not going to sugarcoat it because they're much more organized much more energized in wash more passionate about democrats and then this week we saw this closely contested fight in pennsylvania in pennsylvania still has decided in its republican district as a recording the podcast the connor lamb the democrat is a slight lead seven hundred votes smarten how worried are you for republicans in this political i'm very worried i tell everybody i don't sugar go to don't don't think just because you won three times four times that you're gonna win reelection this year this is going to be the toughest year for republicans ever you gotta resident some people love some people hate there's really very few people in the middle and the democrats are much more energized in texas you know the red state as a we're in pennsylvania yesterday and the democrats and republicans area came out more than the republicans did and that's months you organize you got a mission if you really dislike something or somebody you have a much more of a tendency to go to the polls hate or dislike is a bigger motivator than like and being nice and so you got to realize that the democrats really are upset with the administration right now and they're going to do everything they possibly can to elect democrats in this upcoming election plus as midterm election which always maze at the party in power from the president loses seats the average is twenty two seats in the house of representatives.

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"Focus well what i'm trying to do is i'm trying to start a lot of healthcare companies i'm involved with about thirty of them throughout the country and i wanna make sure that healthcare companies you know get a chance i try to raise money take a leadership role and actually run several companies and the spare my spare time my farm i got so that's my tractor and prepping for this that's my big love affairs to be on my farm driving my tractor bring the crops and tending to the cows but overall my mission life right now is from politics is to get some of these small healthcare companies up and running doing well relieving pain and accomplishing objective that they're set out to do you were known in your political career for building diverse coalition around even around welfare reform democrats but in on that and you mentioned president clinton picking up the banner is that time over in american politics have these partisan camps i certainly hope not you know party i got i knew i had bipartisan support if you don't have my par support on the big issues and that's where bomb i think obamacare really got detoured when they didn't get any republican by it you need by anytime you have big issues so security tax reform any kind of medicare medicaid all had bipartisan buying and once you have my partisan buying and we did that on party not as many democrats alike but we had bipartisan once you get that bipartisan by an big issues they stand the test of time and that's something that we need to get back to when i was governor the democrats control both houses and i was a fairly successful governor and that's because i had to work with democrats i wanted to work with him and i had been in a legislature so they trusted me but you got to you got to lean over you got to put yourself out you got exert yourself in order to be able to get that kind of buy it because i always tell people democrats have good ideas republicans have good ideas let's see where we can.

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"Basically he says you don't get it done so we spent a lot of time do being at cms and in my department my own lawyers helped draft it and then we went over to the white house and we had weekly meetings in the white house and then we went over to the white house and finally decided that we're going to try something to try and do some free enterprise and see whether or not we get the insurance companies to come in and help us develop the program not about program but actually participated program we didn't know was going to work and then i had to go and sell it on the capitol hill and i spent hours lobbying this through the health and human services are through the health representatives and the united states senate i stayed overnight till five thirty in the morning the last night in the house of representatives get a pass i moving consideration we've kept the role open speaker hastert scepter all open for three hours the finally get the last one i had to call the president of the united states george w bush at four thirty in the morning and order to get him out of bed in order to commence the last two individuals to vote yes that's how close it was and the democrats were opposed to it and now democrats and republicans alike bipartisan ly say the party is a fantastic program that was one of the most famous votes in congress in the past twenty or thirty years because of not only the need to hold it open but really is unclear where it was going to go that doesn't often happen usually the outcome of the vote before it happens we did not know and speaker has said i think it was twelve o'clock he's we're going to don't know we don't have the we don't know if we do it and stuttered boating about one thirty and they kept a role i think five thirty in the morning when i walked out of that i think was over at five o'clock when the last two will it's and.

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"You that's at 451 tommy thompson wisconsin's longestserving governor has a lot to say about foxconn and the state of our capital and legislature in madison i recently had the chance to catch up with tommy thompson what do you think of the foxconn deal us into foxconn deal is you gotta look at what it means rose gaza to get that kind of publicity and know to be competing against five or six days and got to give the governor a lot of credit and got to give the legislature a lot of credit in paul ryan limit course to be able to announce it at the white house the an old for the whole world to see wisconsin is the winner that lets you can't buy that guy to publish his great what do you say to folks who voted against the bucks go nieto i say to them that i'm glad you brought up some suggestions and ideas i think any time you know you gotta deal that money to do this good to sort of the poll and find out in all some assault bugs because looking really is the way is is going to be twenty years from now or ten years or five years things change so you get a look at it m criticise them for doing that i think is good to have the gillan date the wring out the bus of i think that given taken some of the people were polls to above out some good ideas that were incorporated into striking the legislation making of butler that's that's the legislative process of criticize them i just hope you know it works out the way we we anticipated johnny when you are governor you work with both size really work with all the flanks in your own party disappointed when you see what's happening now the division even within our heart is in politics has so ably while people say you know tom you could do what you did that i disagree with them i think other you know if you really try you can bring people together it's different generals speaker ryan hand speaker voss they have big majorities live they have that i never had republican majorities i had work would the democrats because the democrats controlled openly.

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"tommy thompson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"tommy thompson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Executive twenty ten you become governor has you always wanted to be governor oh i mean i really since i was in high school boy stay i knew i'd be in some form of public service i know exactly what it was although i've always admired mean tommy thompson throughout the whole time in the legislature into the into when i read before i got elected to the executive role he left january two thousand one and so i had such huge admiration for tommy thompson and the work that he had done that i probably realized other than what i was doing at the time the legislature there was i think nope greater way of having a positive impact on people's lives a bear governor not just here but across the country i never the thing i never ever dreamed of we've been reckoned that would have never crossed anyone's list of say particular republican ago from the legislature to cut executive just doesn't happen i was just like a lot of people in this community was ticked off about what i saw back early in two thousand two and said gosh somebody's got to do something about it everybody else was gonna everybody many other people work at a chicken to step up and then take on the former can executive and i actually talked about that on this very station remember it was it was the first week of february in in two thousand two and it was more than a couple of weeks after he resigned i said i would have read and even if you if you had resigned i know you knew at ten would be controversial and ended up being very controversial your family was threaten people close to you or threaten were you ever afraid yeah i was so it was such a big deal i don't.

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