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"topalli" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier
"Soon after the shooting vials neighbors described an old mustard colored Lincoln Park near files home on the night of the incident. This description of the car matched. The one file gave detectives a few days after the attack. Eighteen year old. Thai Oga Clawson bragged to his friends that he knew something about the shooting of the Alaska Airlines pilot. Police brought Clawson in for questioning and he admitted he provided the gun used to shoot file. He said he took it from a house where his girlfriend was babysitting. Clawson claimed he had nothing to do with shooting file but he knew the men involved in the crime close told detectives his friend. Bobby Bets Nineteen drove the car while another young man John Bright. Twenty-one fired the fatal shots for the verbal promise of a reduced sentence Bob Bets Soon agreed to tell detectives all he knew about the crime bets admitted he John Bright and thirty four year old. Gary Gentry had been hired to murder Bob Vile he said Gilbert Junior POW only thirty eight the manager and part owner of the Wild Cherry. A Strip club in Anchorage hired them bets. Gentry and bright had all once worked for Powell at the club Bet said Gentry help them plan the head on file and he provided the car as well as a backup gun. Bets agreed to wear a wire to try to get gentry to incriminate himself when gentry realized Betts had recorded the conversation gentry admitted his involvement in the crime to the police detectives next promise. Gentry deal for a lighter sentence if he wore a wire to record bright and power only when gentry approach Bryden Powell both men seem suspicious of him and remained cautious about what they said but detective spelt. They said enough to incriminate themselves. Detectives arrested five men for the shooting of Robert File. But they still do not have Neil MacKay. The man they wanted wants. Detectives ARRESTED JUNIOR POW. Alie he seemed eager to talk in exchange for the promise of leniency. In his sentence he told police that Neil MacKay owned the building where he operated his nightclub. The Wild Cherry he said McKay often visited his club and the two men had gotten to know each other well. According to polly Mackay told him his ex wife cost him trouble so he took care of her. He said a war buddy planted a bomb in her car and detonated it from half a block away. Mckay then Topalli. He was now having problems with his ex brother-in-law and he wanted him to disappear. Palley said he and McKay talked for two years about arranging files murder. Mckay thought Powell had mob connections and could hire pros for the hit. But in the end Powell hired young inexperienced hoods to murder Bob. Vile after bright shot file. Powell said he called McKay in Hawaii to let him know file had been taken care of he said. Mckay was happy to hear. The News. Mckay was less pleased a few days later to learn the shots did not immediately kill file and file was still alive. Detectives instructed Powell to place a call to McKay while they listened to and recorded the conversation. Powell. He told McKay he felt scared. And was hiding from the Anchorage. Police McKay hesitated to say anything and told Palley to be careful what he said. Or he would implicate himself. Powell placed two more calls to McKay and McKay finally asked him if the metal thing had been ground up. What Powell iast you mean? The car became answered. Yes then case done the detectives when he asked Powell what about the G. U. N. junior replied? He didn't know anything about the G. U. N. since the detectives listening to the call. New G. Win spelled gun. They felt they had enough evidence against McKay to take him into custody later the same day. Honolulu. Police arrested Neil MacKay in his penthouse in Waikiki and authorities held him on a scale of twenty five million dollars. Cash prosecutors charged. Neil Mackay John. Bright Larry Gentry and Bob Bets with first degree murder because of his play agreement charged junior Powell with attempted murder bets and gentry believed they also made deals with the Prosecution for reduce charges in exchange for wearing wires to incriminate the others. Only Powell in Clawson sign formal agreements with prosecutors though so gentry and bets received no leniency..
"topalli" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The ACC tournament at one o'clock, and the pre-game is at noon, you know. You know? This is this may be Memphis story of the day. You know, Memphis every now, and then we'll chime in with a good one. This one may make national headlines force headline from FOX thirteen Memphis Ninety-year-old. Memphis woman points gun at victim. Over leaves police say, according to court records nephews police arrested woman who pointed a gun at someone. Over leaves officers were called twenty three hundred block rose and talk to the victim who said that Betsy Bowen Oveissi pointed a gun at her because of the leaves in her yard, the victim took photos and video of the woman pointing the gun at her and Boeing agreed to let officers search for the gun. They only found a holster the victim also Topalli she already had an order of protection because the lady had assaulted her in the past. She was booked on aggravated assault and violation of order of protection at ninety years of age. Wow. The not hopefully, she can bail out because you know, any sentence could be a life sentence at this point. Oh, boy, you did go. There did near you. Well, no seriously. I mean, you know, here's the thing if she's that bitter. You know, I. You know, here's the thing if she's that old. You shouldn't be pointing a gun on stealing shouldn't be pointing a gun. But. At that age. I mean, are you just lonely and bitter that nobody's coming around? Or you know, that maybe you know, I mean all your at that point. You're probably the last among your circle of friends, if if you think about it, right? I'm not justifying it. I'm just trying to figure out her state of mind, or maybe she just got maybe just eaten up with me. I don't know. But that's I can see where that's going to be that that may make drudge later today woman points, a ninety year old woman points a gun over leaves. Yeah. If not it should you're right. That that at least one of those news stories of the weird that a lot of radio stations will pick up on. Well. And if it's if that wasn't enough the fact that the woman that had a gun pointed at her already had an order of protection against the woman. That's what really makes this. You know at first you think? Okay. Well, maybe the woman is frayed of crime or something and she came out there and hurt. Fairly these two already had a history. So. Just when I was ready to find something on Florida or California. Here comes Memphis, chiming in crazy crazy story. So Paul rose went to work yesterday. His first day on the job. I don't know if he had to watch the orientation video as the new state Senator for district thirty to meet with HR and get everything filled out all the paperwork, and that sort of. Yes. Taking over for Mark Norris who went onto a judgeship, very effective leader. So he's got allies got big footsteps to to follow. Should question for you. Yes. Because this is a story that has been floating around here over the last day or so if you give some if you give a police officer the bird. Which I don't understand why you do that to begin with. But if you do should that be protected as I as free speech first amendment rights, okay? I'm as a former weatherman I need at least forty five seconds to. Okay. Yeah. Because if the question was should you than absolutely not? But if we're going to an consequence wise, absolutely you should not do that right now. But should it be should it be protected free speech, but should it be protected free speech? Absolutely. It should be protected as free speech. Just because because well free speech doesn't mean consequence free speech. Okay. Just means you can say it, and it's not illegal, and I don't think that should be. According to the way, the first amendment is written that should not be. I that should not be a legal it, it may angry you, but you know, that's up to the person that is seeing that to be angered I don't think that that directly incites for some people getting the bird is just frustration for others. It means I hate you there. They're so many varying meanings of that. Yeah. This stems from a case that has been making its way through the court and after a cop by the name of Matthew Wayne Menard pulled over Deborah Lee, crews galas of Taylor Michigan and gave her a ticket for a non moving violation. She was originally pulled over for speeding and she originally got mad because she thought she was she said that she was in a speed trap. She is now suing over this non moving violations saying it's a violation of her constitutional rights, the six circuit court of appeals has agreed with her. Did she she gave this cop the birds? He was angry about the initial ticket. She said she felt like she was in a speed trap. She said, and this is a quote, I know that this is a bunch of BS. She said. Delving the media at the lower circuit court Menard who is the cop found a motion to dismiss the case arguing that even if he had violated her constitutional rights, they were not quote clearly established as constitutional rights, a private citizen cannot maintain a lawsuit for damages against a government agency unless they can establish that rights were clearly violated. And he said they weren't in this situation. I can go with that. I can go with that. I mean, like I said I let let me circle back again. I'm not advocating going flipping off the cops. I would not I would not personally do that. Just again, first of all respect. But Secondly, free speech. Does not equate to consequence speech, and yes, you can yell fire in a movie theater. If there's a fire if there's a fire here t people say, you can't you'll fire in a movie, but yes, you can. But I, and you gotta be very careful regarding the first minute because if you start nitpicking, that's a way that you just whittled down the first amendment. Is you start just taking you start excluding this, excluding this, excluding this, excluding this excluding this, and nobody really just stand up for the next thing. You know, you have a lot of censorship. And that kind of goes back into the what the court said the court said that there was no justification for this because it's not against the law to throw up the middle finger. Now like, you said it there are consequences to it. But the court said that it was not against the law to do that the court ruled that by putting cruise. By pulling her over a second in this the other thing, I think I left this out. She was pulled over twice. She was pulled over originally for the speeding and then got pulled over a second time for throwing up the bird. And that's the thing. He gave her the ticket for, you know, next thing, you know, then you can't throw your hands in the air and wave from like, you just don't care. Doing officer. I was just just don't care. I was I was just telling you how I think your number one. I don't think that's good defense to have. If you take it to court, by the way, read between the lines. Yeah. I mean, there's there's so many things you know, what I was just scratching my forehead officer. I don't know what you're talking about. Right. The the the old Seinfeld episode where he gets called at the red light. It's not a pick. But that's a that's a that's an interesting case. And that's a again, you have to separate what what, you know, common decency or courtesy and. From from the first amendment, and here's another the judge in this case wrote. Whereas it here a fits of rudeness or lack of gratitude may violate the golden rule, but that doesn't make them illegal or for that matter punishable. Grounds for seizure? So interesting stuff coming up. We've got professor Allan Saxe several Republican senators, including one from Tennessee said now to President Trump's emergency emergency declaration regarding the southern border. We'll talk with professor Alan sacks. He is a his political. He's a political science professor at the university of Texas in Arlington. We'll have a Chit chat with him about that. When it comes to national issues and local issues. Andrew Clarke senior is our weekend to he has a show here every Saturday at noon, and we will speak with him and get a little bit of a preview of of what he's looking to talk about this week. And yeah, we got live broadcasting on the weekends here at six hundred W R E C and then at seven forty five a little bit more than an hour from now, the associate editor the Memphis business journal Meghan Nichols. Will join us for a chat about what's happening around town. Can't wait to get all to all of that. And right now, it's about twenty six degrees. Colder. Than it was this time yesterday. I've got full forecast looking at your weekend coming up in just a minute is.
"topalli" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Sports weather. From the newsroom on news talk thirteen eighty. Good Monday morning Atlanta, right now, forty two degrees in Alfa Reta at nine thirty one. I'm a little Sheherazade. Here's what's happening, Florida. Governor Ron descent is is issuing pardons for four black man accused of raping a white woman back in nineteen forty-nine. Can I right? The wrongs done to them many years ago. I hope that that it will bring peace to their families and their communities. I am confident that the people of Florida would not want this injustice to happen. Again. The case of the grove land for has become a symbol of racism, Charles Greenlee, water Irvine and Samuel shepherd were charged and beaten in jail on barely any evidence Ernest Thomas tried to escape and was fatally shot before even being charged or getting a fair trial. Greenlee was sentenced to life in prison and Irvin and shepherd were sentenced to death. The deciding factor in handing down the pardons was whether the men got a chance at a fair trial, which they did not the scientists determined that the appropriate thing to do was to grant pardons back. Back in the metro now to former waffle house employees are out of work after a video showed them putting food on a customer who was passed out. The video posted on Instagram shows workers at the restaurant pudding salt a slice of cheese and catch up on a man's head as he rested on the counter it also shows one of the employee's taking the man's arms. So it appears he's dancing. He later Topalli. She was highly intoxicated. In addition to getting fired the former waffle house workers are now facing charges. Maroon five will take center stage at the halftime show at Super Bowl fifty three. The NFL announced yesterday that the three time Grammy award winning rock group will perform at Mercedes Benz stadium in Atlanta on February third other artists joining maroon five are Atlanta native big boy and Grammy nominated rapper Travis. Scott, maroon five appeals, the people worldwide and has sold over fifty three million album. Sedate more sports or teams are left in the NFL playoffs following the divisional round the top seeded. Saints will host the Rams in the NFC championship game. The patriot. Are set to play the Rams in the AFC championship game. Remember the chiefs are the top seed host the game. But the pats already one in Kansas City, forty three forty back in week six the winners of the conference championship games. We'll let bands Super Bowl fifty three again right here in Atlanta on February third cloudy today with a high near forty eight you're looking at forty two degrees right now indicator for news and talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. I'm Harris analysis. Check your ride. Eight he'll traffic lady this update sponsored by ex surgeon still has some late delays where you around on the big three seventy five eighty fi- Georgia four hundred they're all still carrying the typical rush hour volume. We'll call it fully looted and even more so on seventy five again, we had literally your tractor trailer issue down by the north Marietta. Parkway lube all lanes are back. Then they'll take about forty minutes. They'll underwriting from way green as you head down toward two eighty five. Now, forty minutes per four hundred south old Milton of twenty five and thirty minutes or so eighty five south three sixteen headed down to the perimeter cold and flu season hits hard, especially for the millions of people living with heart disease, asthma or cancer, a fever can be a sign of the flu which could mean a trip to the emergency room. Using number one. Hostile preferred thermometer, the Exegen temporal scanner backed by more than seventy clinical. Studies is the best way to stay safe in this cold and flu season. I'm definitely stallworth on news talk thirteen.
"topalli" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"That's correct. Randy Travis is from one town over harshly. Okay. Nobody wants to claim Randy anymore, man. I do trae. He got a little trouble. He's all right. Everybody deserves a second chance. Right. Absolutely. He's a good fellow. But hey, I did want to talk to you. I mean, if you're make you live in Charlotte. We brought up on the second the second segment last segment and the bypass how how much of an influence has that been for you personally, and for your business now, you can get out to your job or you're you're plant much quicker has right. It's been a game changer for me. It saves a minimum of twenty five minutes and beyond that, just the stress stress. Less drive having to go through all the stoplights and everything so it's wonderful. And and I think Anson county will benefit from this. Because a lot of a lot of people particularly on the western part of the county. You can be in uptown Charlotte in about thirty five or forty minutes, and you know, if compared to someone living in huntersville who's having a struggle to come down seventy seven with a lot of traffic because it's not necessarily about the distance. It is time for your commute. So I think. It'll help the county, and it's been wonderful for me. Is it a toll road? It is if you have the transponder it's two dollars and fifty two cents each way. So and quite honestly, I would pay three times at its it's. But. Free twenty five minutes to get up. Price. What? So soon. Those folks from Florida. That's right. That's right. Topalli? Atlanta. Now, I remember that time I told you I think someone who came up with this idea about an app would automatically have all these transponders loaded in you could just put it up on your dash and go through any of those figured that out yet. Yeah. It's it's weird. I think some some states kind of work with each other and reciprocate those too. Yeah. Well, you know, those people in Raleigh. Can you say, no, that's cool. So so Wesley. So your third generation are you the only one of the third generation into business. My my brother recently, and I have two younger brothers. I had have one younger brother who worked for the company right out of school. But now he lives in southern California. And I have another brother who had previously not worked in the business until about three weeks ago, and he just joined this'll. Yeah, he was actually down in Puerto Vallarta Mexico for a few years, and he isn't a golf business and and. We've been really wanted him to come back and enjoying the company, and there's a great opportunity with four him with this this business we purchased a couple years ago in candor and North Carolina. And so he's doing a great job over there and learning and glad to have home and part of the company. He said he's in the golf business, and you are also in the Gulf business, right? He tell us a little bit about what that experience was like it was great. I played golf at NC state in college. And then after I graduated I played professionally for a few years five to be exact and played some mini tour events initially, and and actually was able to play in Europe some as well in the European challenge tour in the European tour, which was just a really great experience to build traveled the world. And and meet a lot of great people. And I'm really glad I gave it a shot. I think that if I didn't try to play I would have always had the what ifs, and particularly a lot of my friends have gone on to have success on the PGA tour and have one and I'm glad that I gave it a shot. And so I wouldn't trade that for anything. But I'm very very happy to be doing what I'm doing now until the family business. So when you were a kid in the meal, you're hitting golf balls. Yeah. I grew up grew up playing golf in ways borough where I grew up. We have a little golf course they're called twin valley, and basically that's all you could do play golf in ways Bursa myself, and all my friends, my brother. We just from from probably eight AM to eight PM every day at a summer. We were just out there playing golf and swim a little bit, then place, more golf and swim. So it was just a just a fun time. And that's really what gave me the bug is at a very young age. So who's the nicest golfer on tour? There's there's a lot of people are really really nice. You know, I've met we'll say so my teammates that I have probably the most experience with again aimed call Peterson and Tim Clark who played at NC state and close to them, and they're just super super guys. They're really they don't put on any type of act or, you know, talk to the media differently than they talk to their friends are just super super good guys. That's cool. That is cool, man. That's awesome. I'll swimming in a mudhole river. I mean the river river. River. We go digging ditches. How's lawns than the summer? Now. That's cool. Man. What a neat experience. I mean. We're all did you get to go in Europe? And they will just because some of the some of the highlights have been on the European tour. Yeah. So not only in Europe, but I've had to get around to Spain. And France Finland. Austria, most of the major countries that people know of in Europe. But also I got to play in the Moscow open in Russia, which will allow a cool experience. John Daly was actually in the field. And so I got to spend some time with him. And that was a really interesting experience. Yeah. He he he was he's he's another guy. That was really nice like he he didn't have any reason to to really reach out to me, and we had dinner, and, but he was just as nice as guys you could be just genuine really really it was and and then we got to go other places in Africa in Kenya for the Kenyan open. And so it was just to see a lot of different places in the world beyond Europe. And so it was very very interesting still play a little bit. Yeah. I play on the weekends still one mile club championship the last two years. So I can I can at least knock the rust off every once in a while in place in decent golf. We'll have to go play. I'm terrible Trente was trying to get onto the tweet. Put in the practice. My reputation has become a play the most golfer the worst handicap. He's not that bad. But you'd have come a long way and your golf game. I remember I started working at the. I mean, I'm not in any good golfer. But Trent trend has definitely improved. He actually last played at ethnic. You beat me. It's a lifelong since. We're done. Yeah. Right. Where you can always get better. And and against the lifelong sports, I remember growing up as a kid, and I'd be playing with seventy or eighty year old man out there the club in a here. I am probably twelve or thirteen years old it just bridges generations hustle that old man for a few shackles here. He'd probably took advantage of mccourty. The older men have have a lot of a lot of experience of of. No one hit your shots and miss your shots. And and so yeah, so Wesley was out there gambling with his daddy spool of fabric. That's right. It's all right. So how was the business started? My grandfather started it with with another man. Fred would. And that's where the name horn would come on. My grandfather grew up near Anson county and and went to school with NC state colleges. Textiles just just like both my father, and I did. But he after a couple of jobs, he ultimately ended up in the northeast United States meets Pennsylvania. And he and Fred had a chance to meet up there in Fred actually was a Clemson guy was from South Carolina, and they both kind of had a dream of returning back south, and and and the technology we were founded on this warp knitting was a brand new technology at the time, and and really was used for the intimate apparel market at that time. And he thought there was a lot more opportunities to do different markets in different fabrics and different products in. So he had this dream and found some investors and Anson county close to where he grew up in. And the business was started in. The idea was in the kind of early mid forties. And we opened our doors in October of forty six. Wow, man. That's awesome. Very similar. I mean Caribbean said nineteen fifty very similar story. That's so cool. And and with the off-shoring of textiles over over the last decades have had a fight through that for us. It was diversification. We we were involved in so many markets that we we didn't hit on all eight cylinders at all the time. But we we had enough programs. Stick around we're able to keep the doors open. And and so that's really what it what it was for us looking at some of our competitors that went out of business, they were very focused, specialized which gave them a scale and gave them a lot of. Efficiencies. But, but you know, when you lose one program, then you're out of business and for us. We lose view programs. We keep on clicking. So that was diversity for us. Diversity wesley. If there's one thing that she liked to hang your hat on. And how you treat people in live by we'll put you on the spot. Some we liked to do what is it Lee leave our audience with that for us? And it's a culture that that I've really learned a lot from my father. But you just treat everyone fairly. We treat our customers fair, we treat our our partners fair, we treat our suppliers fair. And I think if you if you just go about your entire career of just being honest and treating people with the right way and fairly. I think you'll succeed. You'll and that's something that I've tried to live by something. I've been taught us great diversity and treat others fairly. You got to plan ahead write Wesley Horne with horn would. Thank you for joining. Thanks for having me guys. Great information. Great great discussion. Thank you. Coakley? Do you see cities.
"topalli" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"It was just before nine o'clock last night that Detroit police were called out to the area of Gresham. Eastwood on reports of a dead person discovered in that area upon their arrival. Several Detroit fire department units were at the scene. Extinguishing a fire at a vacant dwelling after the fire was out firefighters removed a John Doe victim. Investigators believe that he's a black male between thirty five and forty years old police say at this time, there are no signs of fire trauma. But the victim appeared to have trauma to his body. If anyone has information about the case there. Urge to contact Detroit. Police the former president of Michigan State University charged with two felonies in connection with Larry Nassar case WWE, Sandra McNeill reports she's charged with lying to police the charges stem from state police interviews with Lou Anna Simon over the case of Larry Nassar victim. Amanda Thomas show, Simon Topalli. She was unaware that complaints investigated against a sports doctor in two thousand fourteen we're actually about Larry Nassar police say that was a lie. Student Natalie Rogers is with the activist group reclaim MSU. She says the charges are a shock. Let a step toward Justice when your leadership sales so colossally that hundreds of women are assaulted under your leadership. That's that's a problem with you. That's a problem with your institution Simon resigned as president in January but had been working for the same pay as a distinguished, professor. She has now taken a leave of absence without pay Sandra McNeill, WW, Jane is radio nine fifty felony charges of lying. Police against Simon carry a penalty of up to four years in prison. Wayne State law professor Peter Henning, who's a former federal prosecutor says Michigan law recommends at least some jail time. If convicted whether she's able to negotiate something I think that remains to be seen. I would expect they tried to negotiate a resolution before the charges were filed them were unable to. So if she's willing to take this to trial. She could be looking at spending time in prison assignment is set for an arraignment on Monday. A federal judge dismissing charges against the lavonia. Dr ruling that the nation's female genital mutilation law is unconstitutional US district. Judge Bernard Friedman granted a motion to dismiss from the defense attorneys for Dr Jumana Nargolwala that started or that stated congress lacked the thirty to ban the procedure WWE legal analyst, Charlie Langton says there's also a state law. That's on the books statute was enacted after the alleged incident here, so probably at this point in time this doctor that was charged will probably be going free without any type of punishment or even trial whatsoever. It's a big ruling Nago Walla was accused at performing genital mutilation on six girls at a clinic in lavonia and a federal judge in Detroit ordering the government to release one hundred Iraqi nationals rounded up over a year and a half ago by the fed absent any special justification for someone to stay pain. And they must get released within thirty. Days and that just also happens to be before Christmas. Abets attorney Nadine Yousef Colosio who says they'll still face deportation. The government says they have committed crimes and have lost their rights to live in the us. Colosio says the nationals have done their time for their crimes some of which were minor and they're facing danger. If they're sent back to Iraq..
"topalli" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"News time ten oh three. The former president of Michigan State University is charged with two felonies in connection with the Larry Nassar case W w J's, Sandra. Mcneill reports he's charged with lying to police the charges stem from state police interviews with Lou Anna Simon over the case of Larry Nassar victim. Amanda Thomas show, Simon Topalli. She was unaware that complaints investigated against a sports doctor in two thousand fourteen we're actually about Larry Nassar police say that was a lie. Student Natalie Rogers is with the activist group reclaim MSU. She says the charges are shock, but a step toward Justice when your leadership sales so colossally that. Hundreds of women are assaulted under your leadership. That's that's a problem with you. That's a problem with your institution Simon resigned as president in January but had been working for the same pay as a distinguished, professor. She is now taking a leave of absence without pay Sandra McNeill, WW, Jane is radio. Nine fifty meantime, the felony charges of lying to police against Simon carry a penalty of up to four years in prison. Wayne State law professor Peter Hanning, who is a former federal prosecutor says Michigan law recommends at least some jail time. If convicted whether she's able to negotiate something I think that remains to be seen. I would expect they tried to negotiate a resolution before the charges were filed and were unable to. So if she's willing to take this to trial. She could be looking at spending time in prison. Simon will be arraigned on Monday. A federal judge has dismissed charges against the Livonia. Dr ruling that the nation's female genital mutilation law is unconstitutional US district. Judge Bernard Friedman granted a motion to dismiss from the defense attorneys for Dr Gemina knocker Walla that stated congress lacked authority to ban the procedure w w j legal analyst Charlie Langton says there is also a state law on the books that statute was enacted after the alleged incident here, so probably at this point in time this doctor that was charged will probably be going free without any type of punishment or even trial whatsoever. It's a big ruling now Walla was accused of performing genital mutilation on six girls at a clinic in Livonia, a federal judge in Detroit today has ordered the government to release one hundred Iraqi nationals rounded up over a year and a half ago. By the feds at any special justification for someone to stay D pain, and they must get released within thirty days and also happens to be before Christmas. That's attorney Nadine Yussef Kalash show who says they will still face deportation. The government says they have committed crimes and have lost their rights to live in the US Colosio says the nationals have done their time for their crimes some of which were minor and face danger. If sent back to Iraq. W w j news time ten oh seven make that Tim O six even as Nissan and Mitsubishi say they plan to fire Carlos gone. He will remain CEO of the third member of his global alliance. The update now from WW J ought to be reporter, Jeff Gilbert, even as more French politicians say there is no way gone can continue to serve Renault says Goan remains their CEO and the chief operating officer will take over while. He's incapacitated. Ellen MC automotive analyst Jeff Schuster says Jones prosecution could put strains on the alliance things do get a little sketchy in and I think looking at the alliance as as at risk right now is is certainly viable direction. This could end up going. There reports had gone is also being investigated for possible wrongdoing at Renault, Jeff Gilbert, w w j NewsRadio nine fifteen. Governor Rick Snyder making the major recall. Quest before he leaves office. Governor Rick Snyder want state lawmakers to approve three hundred seventy one million dollars in new general fund spending before he leaves office, including additional money to facilitate plans to move in oil pipeline into an underwater tunnel and fight drinking water contaminants like p fos governor Snyder made the request to lawmakers last week just ahead of the lame duck session which will start next Tuesday. The administration is expected to negotiate the budget Bill with lawmakers when they returned to Lansing officials say the state has extra money because tax revenues have been higher than expected. Ingrid Kelly w w j NewsRadio nine fifty..
"topalli" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Now, you see it across the board. And last night. We saw the New England Patriots on their home field. Go out and get a decisive win a decisive enough to touchdown win over the Green Bay Packers. Especially at Green Bay Packers team who gave some trouble to the Rams on their home field. Just a week ago. Tom Brady, the New England Patriots go out and get that thirty one seventeen win on Sunday night football and Topalli check actually proud. There's really proud of the team today. I thought we competed hard Green Bay's a good football team all week about how difficult they are prepare for to play against and they were they certainly gave us a number of problems in other areas, but we battled through it. We're able to make make enough plays. I last Michael junior here on ESPN radio and the ESPN app the area where I was most surprised because going into this game. We did it all week. We did the Brady Rodgers debate. And comparisons all week, and we set the focus there. But we knew in the games does. We're going to be the commodities that we could count on those were going to be the two players that above all else. All right. We're going to get the usual from them. It's who the hell else on these teams are gonna show up in different spots. And the thing that was most surprising to me was far and away. The New England pass rush and their ability to get pressure last night air Rogers pressured on nineteen of his dropbox last night. Most in a game this season. He was pressure on five of his ten fourth quarter Dr bags including his last three of the game and his ten fourth quarter dropbox netted them fourteen yards. So the pressure was not only there, but it was getting to him, and it was influencing him. And you heard it talked about on the broadcast last night. Aaron Rodgers throwing the ball away. A lot more this year that knee injury. That started the season against the bears has played a role and he's looking better. But it's just this idea that Aaron Rodgers in an effort to eliminate mistakes when he's not physically his normal self is dumping it off a little more in a way that you know, affecting the way we look at his performance and understandably so Edmund perfect. He's been other-worldly. But it hasn't been perfect. And last night seeing that pressure get Tim because we're not used to thinking that anything gets Aaron Rodgers let alone pressure from the patriots because that's not something that we're used to. But Adrian clayborn and flowers last night, especially were giving the ran the excuse me, the Packers tackles all they could handle now Brian Bulava exited that game at some point in the middle of the game. With a knee injury. Wasn't sure the status of that going forward. But when you've got a backup in there on a team whose offensive line had actually been playing really well for the most part, but even last night. I mean when it was blogging, there's the starter flowers was giving them all you can handle. That's the most shocking thing. Demean for the patriots for a team that came into the season a lot like last year last year getting blown out by the chiefs early on this year. The patriots a lot of the same questions defensively, especially after losing Matt Patricia this off season to the lions that pass rush there as we start to look at true contenders going forward. The patriots are always going to be in that conversation. But when you've got questions to answer, and you do against one of the best quarterbacks if not the best quarterback in the league, and you're able to harass him like that behind an offensive line that we all acknowledge is strong. That's another check box for the New England Patriots. And it's one I in my mind, they desperately needed on the defensive side of the ball. When you look for something to hang your hat on potentially. That can be it now on the other side air Rogers a quarterback. I always. Appreciate hearing from in those are very few after games because he's pretty candid and usually vocal with his frustration. And and it was just that last night. You could hear that frustration for him in the post game hundred percent. I mean, it's it's very frustrating. Because there's plays in every game. That would put us in a better situation, if we can get that, you know, that the playoff and may we seven seven three earlier in the game and sets a different tone. If we can you know, if we don't from LeBow there if we if I hit devante down twenty four seventeen on second down there. Who knows we may Smith plays? Mark was at three nights sketches for us Jimmy made some plays. But yeah, I mean. We we all got to play better myself included, first and last Michael junior here on ESPN radio. I think if you're going to come out of this game, the major criticisms on the other side for the Packers because I stood up here week ago and Sam by on its best day this the Packers roster the way you've got it right now with Aaron Rodgers at the helm being the biggest portion of that is a roster that could win you a Super Bowl especially defensively on the back end. Now, they got dinged up a little bit there as well. You saw the chess match that was at work our own Dominic Foxworth right to the undefeated longtime NFL defensive back, and in general one of the guys that I trust most as a mind looking at the Xs knows of a football game set in real time. I'm excited to go back and watch the copy of this game. Because both of these teams are doing some interesting things busting out a lot on offense and defense, especially. And for the Green Bay Packers being forced to do things. Like put another linebacker back on the field because of injury in that game and get a little slower in a place that the patriots have been attacking all of that matters. A great deal in games. Where teams are the talented, and it's this close. The patriots continue to a jab James white continues to have a phenomenal season Cordell Patterson showing up at running back for them again in big spots. They just continue to get production out of utility pieces in so many places do the New England Patriots. And then on the other side. We know Green Bay. It's a little more cut and dry. You're not going to get. Everyone's a little more segmented in their roles is on the patriots side. I mean help through all this US Tom Brady to block what even Tom Brady was a bit confused Tom Brady referencing the patriots trick played in almost put him right in the danger zone trick play you elite block on the trick. Play. Yeah. Did you anybody? Now, how special was at play. That was a great play. I mean, I had no idea you out in space. I have no idea. What the hell's going on? I don't know. What's illegal the hit or diver, you know, cut? And I thought no way the balls getting a me next James run by me. And I said. By me because I probably could have made a play to get him a touchdown but living. Learn sounds like an excuse to get out there. Make a play for your team. W. Sometimes the lights are just too bright for guys. It's sad. You would like to see a guy not wilt under the expectation of the moment figure Tom Brady might be above that right now. But here we are sad. Really sad is what it is. All right now in all series as well. We'll look at this game. And the patriots the patriots at this point. Are just confirming all the things that we believe we know. But adding to them that the patriots brand continues to show up in all the ways last night for me, with the exception of pass rush think that one is something that for me and watching the patriots at least this year. And maybe a shame on me for not seeing close enough, and I know flowers has been on and off the field a bit. But that showing up in a big way matter to me last night, the Packers play calling down near the red zone is gonna call under come under fire, certainly Mike McCarthy's a guy that's easy to point out is the problem there when Aaron Rodgers is your quarterback. Aaron Rodgers said there were plays left to be made out there. You've got enough talent across the board with the way Davante Adams has now really elevated himself into that number one receiver conversation Aaron Jones at running back, the freer and Jones movements going to continue to go. And can continue to be a part of this defensively for the Packers. You are stacked in the defensive backfield. Upfront net linebacker last night could be another blow and this is the part of the season. Now where health and nutrition are going to matter because Blake Martinez the Packers starting linebacker left last night in a cart with an ankle injury. Waiting to hear an update on that all things to pay attention to. But we got a preview. Of it's gonna be a patriots team to as usual factors in and a Packers team that while talented enough and with a quarterback that can win it for you on any given day doesn't seem to be stacking up that way. So we'll they join another unfortunate conversation that we're going to have to have in just a little bit here. But coming up next the New Orleans Saints did what LSU could not wins in the bu this weekend tough to come by I last year and ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Downplayed the Mike was significant. Michael seventy two yard touchdown. Keep winning games. I'm sure I want us to keep winning games. You know, we'll see how shakes out again. This is first and last. Progressive presents get punked inspiration to help you do insurance stuff. Hey,.
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"Now, you see it across the board. And last night. We saw the New England Patriots on their home field. Go out and get a decisive win a decisive enough to touchdown win over the Green Bay Packers. Especially at Green Bay Packers team who gave some trouble to the Rams on their home field. Just a week ago. Tom Brady New England Patriots go out and get that thirty one seventeen win on Sunday night football and Topalli check actually proud. There's really proud of the team today. I thought we competed hard. Green Bay's good football team. About how difficult they are to prepare for to play against. And they were certainly gave us a number of problems and in other areas, but we battled through it. We're able to make make enough plays. First and last Michael junior here on ESPN radio and the ESPN app the area where I was most surprised because going into this game. We did it all week. We did the Brady Rodgers debate. And comparisons all week, and we sit the focus there. But we knew in the games does. We're going to be the commodities that we could count on those were going to be the two players that above all else. Where like all right. We're going to get the usual from them. It's who the hell else on these teams are gonna show up in different spots. And the thing that was most surprising to me was far and away. The New England pass rush and their ability to get pressure last night air Rogers, pressured a nineteen of his dropback last night. Most of the game this season. Here's pressure on five of his ten fourth quarter dropped bags including his last three of the game and his ten fourth quarter dropbox netted them fourteen yards. So the pressure was not only there, but it was getting to him, and it was influencing him. And you heard it talked about on the broadcast last night. Aaron Rodgers throwing the ball away. A lot more this year that knee injury. That started the season against the bears has played a role and he's looking better. But it's just this idea that Aaron Rodgers in an effort to eliminate mistakes when he's not physically his normal self is dumping it off a little more in a way, that's affecting the way we look at his performance and understandably so Edmund perfect. He's been other-worldly. But he hasn't been perfect and last night seeing that pressure get him because we're not used to thinking that anything gets Aaron Rodgers let alone pressure from the patriots because that's not something that we're used to. But Adrian clayborn and flowers last night, especially we're giving the ran the excuse me, the Packers tackles all they could handle now Brian beluga exit that game at some point in the middle of the game. With a knee injury. Wasn't sure the status of that going forward. But when you've got a backup in there on a team whose offense applied and actually been playing really well for the most part, but even last night. I mean when it was blogging, there's the starter flowers was giving them all you can handle. That's the most shocking thing..
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"I. Topalli your tiny ding Dong. How can I get s classmates? Eighty. And. The reason I talk about this because so much was made much has talked about with crazy rotations. I don't know if anyone. End the conversation was about how far we've come. How far we've come in in representation how how far become an Asian American representation in cinema. And the the point I'm not I don't have a clip of this. I promise, but the point we had come from being like sixteen candles long. Duck Dong in sixty. Do you? Remember that one? That was kind of what you saw on TV. Right. Yeah. I mean, I think now crazy rich Asians that is like the first project the first major movie that's become this global hit where I don't think about. Oh, what's in it for me? You know, this the first movie I've done where that is really hit where I'm like, I am so happy for the movement as opposed to the movie John chew. The director is like this is not a movie it's a movement, and we're all drinking off of that Kool-Aid while we're filming it this is not about. I mean, we all news really not about us is not how to get to that. At least for me. It's not how to get to that next level. It's like I have friends of mine that I I've quietly kinda produced other for eight very talented, Asian American filmmakers, and and I've Kylie produced and even finance independent movies and one of them went to Sundance when I think about crazy, rich, Asians and that success. I have you know, I'm thinking about friends of mine that are texting me like oh my God. My my green-lighting my project now, you know, because. I use crazy. Pitch you know, and and and more movies are getting green lit studio movies, featuring Asian American talent Ken Jong who talked to me at just for laughs jail. Forty two festival in Toronto in front of a big audience there. Stay tuned, much, more to come Kim Jong is going to tell you the kind of story you hear all too rarely. And if you're a fan of community with is really breathes new life into one particular scene, Kim Jong is a funny guy. But he got kind of emotional when I asked him what he remembers the most from his time on the NBC show community, and I'm not gonna lie in the middle of the story. I was there was a part of me that was going where is this story going and then where it ended? I absolutely could not believe it. If you have the time stick around we're back with more right after this..
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"Very closely. And and and I don't really but yesterday he texts me and said had been sent down only seventy nine kinda looked like. We should call me. Yeah. Aged on speed. Dial lassie's no rollwed for the twenty seven year old. He played for three different teams starting in Montreal going to Edmonton is original team. And then the islanders who actually delta third round pick in order to get ahead of the trade deadline, but then Davidson got caught in the new management shift the islanders as Lula Morello came in. But as we bring in Troy Murray, Troy good on Davidson seemingly cross the roster finish line here with what's been impressive preseason. He's not a guy who's gonna pile up numbers. But do all the Gertie be responsible defensively? Preps Watson shots for you to first and foremost, you can't handle talks about all the time. You can't have enough defenseman your system. Brandon Davidson a nice job coming in here. Got a strong personality. The great guy they love him inside the locker room. He's got some decent sized to of you mentioned last year was kind of a tough season last year. But when teams are looking to add some depth and somebody is willing to make that move to pick up drastic lake last year. Brandon Davidson is always one of these guys teams are looking at to solidify their depth within the organization, whether he's the fifth sixth seventh defenceman Blackhawks have a pretty good guy at first character. He does a lot of things right? As you mentioned. It's not a flashy guys while you were some, but he's a steady NHL player, and he can absorb any minutes, and that's very important for Joel Quenneville and the defense of core that last year had had some issues to shore up their playing their own end of the ice. Granted Davidson is supposed to be one of the guys that will help in that area. Yeah, we'll see if he's in the mix here tonight, whether they go seventy tonight wasn't on some of the pairings morning skate. But they they decide to fix him in here tonight. He is out there four or warm ups. Now, another name hawks fans may need to get used to hearing is that of Luke Johnson who appears on the cusp of making this team with an impressive gambled. His own his game really began to ascend last season in Rockford under Jeremy. Really earned some compliments throughout the organization. But even though the ice hawks had themselves a three round playoff run into bay. He didn't put the off in off season as he fine tuned. What he needed to know from my first year my second year, I really worked on my mic quickness and speed obviously losing weight to that in better shape. And yeah, just said plant more confidence that really helped me and that was one area though is playing with more pace that's one area that I tried folks on Moore. And I think I've been playing fast. Games. And you know, I think that's that's how they they like to play they play fascinate place. So I'm trying to look Johnson went spouted itself a nutritionist in the off season drops about ten pounds. Or so to get an in even better shape right now, everyone at this level has to hang with the big boys. He has yet to play in an NHL game. But a former fifth round pick ex team mate of Nick schmaltz is a matter of fact up at North Dakota fundamentally sound guy, very versatile and Troy it looks like he may hit punched his ticket here. Too breath, his NHL debut a week from tonight. Here's one spot. Remaining. And there's one guy that's going to have to be cut to basically the Blackhawks will will carry thirteen forty seven defense. Two extra players one four right now they've got fourteen four so one guy is going to be down in in Rockford. Luke johnson. First of all, I love love the way he plays the game. The appreciates the fact that he knows that he has to work extremely hard to play up this level. He doesn't take anything for granted. He's not a gifted player. He wasn't one of these guys coming out of college or even getting to that level. There's this guy is going to be great. He works extremely hard to put himself in a position to itself. And I love his attitude. You'll you talked about him dropping compounds and having a great offseason as far as predicting. He's a second year pro and modern times the guys come out of college or wherever they come from. They think they're in good shape. They're not NHL. And you see guys like Jonathan Duncan Keith and how well they take care of themselves and how good they come into training camp in such great, shape dedication. He put that dedication in the summer. And that's what the Blackhawks were looking for hoping for is everything that they'd ask them to do. You know, he's not a super guys five eleven one hundred eighty five pounds, but he competes he works hard. And and he said, you know, one thing that they talked about at university of North Dakota is a split speech going to be good enough to play in the NHL. The one thing that I've noticed a couple of games that he played here in preseason. He's moving his feet all the time. There's no thinking and that's important for a guy. He's not a gifted skater like Nick schmaltz or. Were you just have that natural ability? He worked hard at it. And he's got enough speed to get by. And. Puts himself a great spot. So he doesn't have to chase the play a lot of times because he reached the play. Well, he's a real real good thinker of the game. And that's a big asset for him. And how he approaches the game face off your Topalli for the Blackhawks. And I I think Joel crendall is really found a nice spot for him. No in his mind for the Blackhawks, whether it's the extra player if unfortunately, he has to go down because there will be some politics involved with contracts, he clears waivers, you know, sometimes somebody steps up above it. But because of certain circumstances around the situation, I hope that's not what happens to Luke Johnson played extremely well. But if he goes down, and you'll be the first call stolen out of his way when asked about some of these guys who's been most impressed with he mentioned Johnson. David cat. Well, and and collude is another guy who's done an excellent job. He's in that mess, maybe off the bubble now while he he's getting a chance to show it again had a good game tonight with caves and debrincat again at play in that position again, Bill Clinton and the coaching staff management. I've been waiting for somebody to shine playing with Jonathan good to find that fit for the campaign to whom was really good in that last game. He drew some high praise from Jonathan as himself. And I said last game that victory was was in a position where he hadn't stepped up above what they were hoping to for him. It's good to go down and play a lot with the speed of the game up to where it needs to be because he's a six four five guy in his lake start stop moving. He's in trouble with the speed of the game for the game is impossible punched emotional. And also, it's it's tough to who is one of these guys and the other guy. You're probably gonna bring up right now because he's gonna get an opportunity. He's in the third game. He hasn't scored yet. He's a goal scorer. I think don't curious here. He's got to be in a position to be one of your top players, and he's not ready to perform at the NHL level that offensive capacity. The navy is good for him to spend some time down on the miners to work on that. Yeah. And and you know, doubling up on that what? One move the coaching staff decided to make tonight. Patrick kane. Getting the night off to give her a shot on the left side with Artem Anisimov, Nick schmaltz. It's a top six opportunity for a prospect who got five games up here what he was signed after his season Clayton only two of the four preseason games. He's been an extra forward on the lines in practice this week an extra guy, and I asked him what kind of feedback? He's been getting from the staff. Sometimes work on this level. I think.
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Eastbound ten, that has cleared up considerably now it's just moderately slow on the eastbound ten right around Olympic that's fine by the sixty split, Kostanic. Still very slow. Traffic northbound and southbound due to road work on. The northbound five it's slow round lake Hughes and on the southbound it slows. Up from has Lee cannon all the way to. Magic. Mountain Parkway and then we have a brief slowdown on the, northbound five where the five in the four or. Five come together at our next report. Is at one fifty five I'm Daphne brogden with more traffic reports. More often KNX ten seventy NewsRadio afternoon evening thunderstorms persisting into the weekend, we, are expecting. Drier conditions. Though as we head into, Sunday and Monday cooler forecast overall low clouds and five expected along the coast this weekend and. Too early next week so that gradual cooling trend is forecasted for, most areas still expecting seventies eighties and nineties with a sprinkling of triple, digits, but again less so High-pressure rebuilding Thursday and with that and other warm up with California's most accurate dependable forecast CBS meteorologist Evelyn Taft KNX accent seventy NewsRadio. Seventy-three in San Clemente seventy six degrees in lake forest it's one. Forty seven President Trump's star on the Hollywood walk of fame keeps getting destroyed so an anonymous artists plash to the famous. I walk with dozens of, fake Trump's stars KNX talk with him he and his crew laminated the vinyl stars and place them. On blank sidewalks squares keeping them covered until all we're securely in place five percent of the people reaching out level we're doing how I'd say ninety nine percent that's. The artist behind the fake stars he asked that. We not give his name but he says he's not done. 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It is expected to bring witnesses to prove, that it was, gates behind the fraud nod Manafort Bill Rakoff CBS news Washington a federal judge has found a potential witness in the Russia probe in contempt for his refusal to testify before a. Special counsel Robert Muller's grand jury Andrew Miller's, lawyer describes his clients refusal. To testify, as it necessary legal step in the broader pursuit of a challenge to Robert Muller's appointment in two thousand sixteen Andrew Miller worked for Trump adviser Roger stone who publicly signalled in advance that WikiLeaks, would publish the Clinton campaign stolen emails according to us attorney Miller has already spoken to the FBI and turned over documents the attorney says in refusing to testify Miller would rather fight Robert Mueller's. Appointment in court CBS's Steven Portnoy reporting, Miller's attorneys says deputy attorney general did not have the authority to appoint Muller the latest vote. 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"topalli" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Was a profession everyday came in. As a, pro became ready to work learned a lot you know my rookie year You come in your rookie year you. Blessed to be on a championship type tech Topalli caliber football team you blessed to play with a players play paid man in and you know through that time you know me sitting there on the outside and Watson my. First year because he didn't. Really talk to me a lot but he knew my, name no so. That was, happy about that I remember when he. Shipped my and said happy that you made the team happy that you're, here and I was like really and you never, gave me a hand off the whole, seasons forty eight but now, I was just really good to learn from and I learned a lot from going into my second and my third year you know. My bowl year in the Super Bowl year? Going to those years I took a lot from him and I just thought that you know when you, get to play with players like him the markets where champ Bailey, Shah Phillips, I'll, play with some really really great veterans that I, got to learn from on and off. The field, and pain is definitely. At the top of that list. Was there a time during your rookie year because I didn't get everyone. That plays pro sports knows they can do it believes they, can do it, but there's a, time where like you go out and do it you're like no I can do this that was there a time whether, it'd be practice or a. Game. You're like I complain this lake My favorite moment which you know it can't, get can't give put out there let's, let's ask the Broncos nicely, even they released me let's is some nice can get this practice tape but the day before a training camp practice I saw von. Miller right we all everybody loves bar he had these weird like cowboy socks all like it will socks you know what the cowboy horse and the, horse and a cowboy on it and you know the pistols and, I was, like, okay so I felt like I'm a big soccer, guy I mean I got what marine. Socks now, a big heart team So next practice the very. Next day the undrafted rookie kid comes out. With, sonic socks, so I came out with sonic socks and at the end of the period. Was alive period of about. Two tackles on went out to Ceylon literally for like forty and scored in, the fans Yellen and I. Was happy and I just remember, coach FOX customers don't, you ever wear those socks again I don't care, how player you think you is don't ever, wear those socks in, here? Net him and knowing my. Name yelling at me my rookie year. When I was drafted that's. What I said? Complain his league and I'll be fine so that's probably one. Of my favorite moments hopefully you know someone out, there, is a Denver fan or someone's listening to this. From Rogers, I just know they are can I get that tape There's an easing studio he's, got, to camp coming up this weekend, what you're gonna do you mentioned being undrafted man how how big's, the chip and in Denver they, have a history of. That of not you know they're not taking first round backs that, system that, they've employed for longtime a lot of guys had become stars out. Of that system yeah I mean you, had TD the hall of Famer being taken the. Chip it doesn't doesn't get smaller it just gets bigger you know last year I was. Not I was the ninth running back in NFL and Russian I was top five in a breaking tackles yards per carry also top three I was number, three, and explosive, Russell twenty yards more NFL films being, released it makes you makes you upset makes.
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"Woman twenty eight this is just just bear with me woman twentyeight gets upset over nails allegedly drags nail salon employee with a car like how bad did your nails have to be like what how how bad can you screw up a manicure that charlie fowler was charged with felony criminal recklessness after allegedly dragging a nail salon employee with her car an indiana woman is accused of dragging said employees because she was unhappy with the job they did but her lawyer said the incident was simply a civil dispute it gets better charlie fowler who reportedly is a mental health therapist let that sink in now i'm going to say it right now i don't care i don't care i have found psychologists psychiatrists psychoanalysts mental health workers they're all a bubble off aplomb i think they all study whatever whatever field because they think they can fix themselves and their family members and if you're a psychologist and you're upset with me i don't care they i'm not saying that you're a wackadoo i'm just saying you're not any saner than anybody else you just have an education so she is a mental health therapist based criminal recklessness and theft charges after the alleged nail salon incident the scene that began over a thirty dollar nail appointment unfolded last weekend when the twenty eight year old said she was unhappy with the nails done at diamond nails and spa and valparaiso i've been to valparaiso it's in the south of chicago it's south west of chicago just just right over the border despite being unhappy fowler also refused the salons offer to redo the nails the employees call polices fowler left the salon without paying the thirty dollar fee she then allegedly got under bmw and began backing out of the parking lot valor topalli she was planning to wait in her car police were headed to the nail salon when employees began beating on her window she added that she slowly drove to the nearby restaurant according to the times of northwest indiana fowler's lawyer robert harper told fox news is client should have never been arrested in charge the people in the business had no right to try to keep her there physically and the police had no right to arrest or over a civil matter police initially said surveillance video showed fowler backing out of the parking lot before the employee's reached her car one male employees was then dragged the cost a lot by fowler did she know he was connected to the car you know what i'm gonna tell you right now i've accidentally driven over a small piece of plastic when you're driving your car you know if there's a man attached to the bumper you do i'm not gonna say anything that would imply that the person was a small male just because he was working at a nail salon it could be a very large mail that just likes to do nails.
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"For the community we ask for justice for hugh barry we asked that you find the defendant guilty fear is defense attorney argued that barre tried to calm down and only fired his gun after fearing for his life mayor de blasio says the city's jumping ahead of schedule in its plan to close the rikers island jail complex de blasio in city council speaker cory johnson announced yesterday that they'd reached an agreement on where four smaller jails will be located three existing jails near courthouses in manhattan brooklyn and queens they'll get upgrades and the city will build a new jail in the bronx on an nypd topalli loss here's mayor de blasio we are moving not only on schedule but that we have a chance to get ahead of schedule with everyone's help here and with a strong effort in albany in the next few months blasio says the city needs to reform the bail system and speed up trials to help reduce the rikers in they population to a size that can fit in the new facilities for long stretches of city history couples may have wonder where does anyone fall in love joined the winter besides the skating rink wnyc's jim o'grady explains think about it it's the mid nineteen th century the high victorian era with its buttondown fashion chaperon dates and all around radical restraint and then a new kind of public space opens up by digging a hole in central park it was flooded an open for business for skating.
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"Check traffic and weather together coming up in just a couple of minutes here at 5all eight w w j news time 506 police in roseville are asking for the public's help in finding the young girl who went missing this week 12yearold sabrina 4 k was last seen aunt round four thirty on thursday after she was dropped off at home or at home she left shortly after her words sin saying she was going to the library but she didn't return sabrina is described as a white female about five four in one hundred thirty pounds with a scar on the top of her one of her hands she was last seen wearing black nike shoes and carrying a gray back pain anyone with information to contact police lease new baltimore police looking for a man accused of attacking the team investigators say around five thirty thursday afternoon a thirteen year old girl was walking her bike on the sidewalk on sinclair drive near pre street when she was approached from behind by a man wanting to know if she needed a ride the child says the man career after and picked her up from behind the girl also topalli she was able to kick the man and run away police are advising people to be aware of their surroundings they also want anyone who has information about this incident to contact police incred kelly deputy wjr news newsradio nine fifty nobody wjr news time five five o eight rossi check traffic and weather together we do this every ten minutes on the aides said after the roadways find out with leslie cuevas watching now leslie picked up an accident it's on 'em ten the lodge southbound at lynnwood it's blocking the right lane and the.
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"A red alert possible fatality crash nine eighty five northbound at exit seventeen highway 53 and hall county use highway thirteen as your alternate there it's gonna be a while before they clear this an earlier crash now just blocking the far right lane and coweta county eighty five northbound before collingsworth road causing delays back to exit fifty one sharp spurt mccollum road you can use highway twenty nine there as your alternate earlier crash in henry county sitting on both shoulder seventy five northbound at exit to eighteen highway 20 eighty one that's causing delays back to bill gardner parkway i'm joe nelson wsb i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish live in stormcenter your forecast for tonight mostly cloudy to partly cloudy a few isolated heavy thunderstorms diminishing after dark low around seventy three four tomorrow mostly cloudy with a forty percent chance of a thunderstorm a high around eighty seven tuesday a 60 percent likelihood of thunderstorms a high of eighty two m wednesday scattered thunderstorms are high of eighty two little or around 70 right now wsb storm tracker radar still showing some heavy thunderstorms up in a bar topalli edging into uh parts of gordon connie pickens county and cherokee county and edging down into the northwest corner of cobb county also lighter thunder shower dom in our colleague at county and one right around we're a but counties of fulton the cab and clayton all come together all moving to the northeast about thirty miles an hour live in the storm center i'm wsb meteorologist kirk mellish 79 degrees on peachtree street at news 955 and am seven in fifty wsb depend on it.
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