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"turney" Discussed on Vamily Show
"Kids, who grow up with a parent with alcoholism the sun, and the store his father has untreated alcoholism but he does love his son he stayed in raised them as a single parent when when the mother the mother left when the boy was too. It's a complicated father son relationship but also there's a soul mate relationship in here and then the bond of the friendships, but it's also a murder mystery as well. Awesome. and. Keough. Adventures. In Kito said thank you very much for your service and Papa drew's RV wants know. What did you do in the Navy when you were there? I can't go into the exact details I did a lot of. A Lotta classified information I'll just say I. I'll say I did administrative work but the details of what I did you couldn't get in through the. Area was also stationed in a why I did I was responsible for like background checks I saw information on Berry senior people in and out of the military. So I'll just leave it there but but I will say administrative In and stop there with that. But I I love I love to be in the navy. It was like everybody was your brother and your sister, and that's how the bootcamp trained as you got to look out for each other and I did I love being in service. IT'S A. It's a like a brother and sister go there and you did a work or. for the idea. So are any. Somebody said are charging based on. You are any characters in your book do any their personalities stories don't for people that you've met through all these different things that you do. You know what I would imagine that I don't want portion some of them are like based on different people in my family. I would imagine I've taken parts of people, but I haven't done what think Stephen King did this read a newspaper article and decided that would be great to create a story around that. I can't think beyond Porsche where's based loosely on members of my family where I saw somebody and I thought other than molecules. That story. To life story about those little kids who were streak is loosely based molecules in part on that but other than that I haven't. Taken a care and also be Kinda Costas about that. Much. You know what? This is a lot of people don't made I noticed would you become really successful? People. Say This the lawsuits come if your if your book your movie or your record or your your youtube or videos show is taken off nobody really cares they don't really bother you but if you start making millions and millions and Like. You don't hear entertainers talk about this, but you could get five or ten lawsuits year and you have to deal with them. So I'm always always calls his I don't WanNa put it too much..
"turney" Discussed on Vamily Show
"Very Awesome family show season two episode nineteen with Denise. Turney with me today and you're author of numerous books. and. I kind of wanted to know Is there any characters out of your vote? The way that you that I watched you read like this exits, your book on Your Day. Is there any of your character is. Really attached you or any of that you would either WanNa meet in real life or not relied. Lah I gotTa tell you that all the years I've been writing and doing radio probably over ten years. That's the first time I've been asked that question ever a Lotta intervenes. That question. I try to do that. So I have to do that route that. Okay. I have had someone who knows me we one of my books I love has many faces and tell me you're rob him. So that was back then I wrote that book years ago and I said you don't thinking no, I'm not. But then when I reread it, I did see parts of it that reminded me of myself from that character but I don't as myself see myself in any. Of the characters I think is impossible as any artist two completely separate yourself from your work because they're works coming from you if I kick me a character and my any of my books, I think the one character I would meet will be Mulligan and she's in Long walk-ups. She's a little orphan girl she's orphaned is six years old and she goes on to become Africa's first woman president. I would. If I've met somebody I would want to meet her just for her carriage. To get through what she did go on to fulfill her destiny. Yeah. That's. Amazing. Story of. To. Come up with and I've tried to write. A fiction story before I like longer when not like just one school that you right you know. Whoever right a longer one and what I, what I started having trouble with and I wanna know how you do..
Officials battle online misinformation along with wildfires
"Are these historically large wildfires continue to rage out west fifteen people have already died a whopping four million acres already devastated across California as well as Oregon where you can see right here why the mayor there declared a state of emergency, the governor also publicly pleading. For the trump administration to support its governmental emergency response officials on the ground, say Donald trump failing them through fashion. Some critics compare his sort of public denial of even admitting what's going on with the wildfires that posture to of course, is deceitful approach to cove it. Who reports today are the things are even worse than all of that because right wing conspiracy theories supported publicly by Donald, trump are leading to dangerous activity. Again, we're living in a time where misinformation can be dangerous to your health and officials are warning. They're getting flooded with false phone calls fanned by Q. Not which incorrectly try to blame the fires on trump's perceived opponents. Translation what happens on facebook doesn't always stay on facebook a real world emergency political propaganda is making it harder for these firefighters to get the real information warnings they need as they go out and do their work and risk their lives. That's why sheriff's departments are pleading with people with messages like this just stop spreading rumors stop calling nine one one with political pranks. They say it has now gotten to the point where it is hampering their bandwidth to respond to the fires in real emergencies. It's twenty twenty. So sometimes, we have to state the obvious around here. Do not call nine, one one with Q. Non trumpy fake news propaganda. You do have the right to say whatever you want. Typing it up on the Internet you do not have the right to deceitfully thwart firefighting in the middle of this very real crisis for those calling from the West Coast some of these calls have been traced. If you need to think about it like this. Misinformation is expensive in the house you save could be your own. As mentioned, we're thrilled to have married trump live in the hour but I want to begin with some of our analysts, Jason, Johnson professor of politics at Morgan, State University and Katty Kay Washington anchor for BBC News. Good evening to both you. Evening Jason There's much talk about misinformation and people don't like lying even when it's just verbal if you want to be that specific. But given these twin crises, your view of the cost of this kind of misinformation. Rex It's massive. I'm in California right now and the difficulty the difficulty that local officials are having in managing people when it comes to these wall fires is immense and is partially because accused on, it's partially because the president basically sort of thumbs his nose that these sorts of Issues v rate of destruction that is happening out here. Basically, the size of central park is being burned every other day in northern California Oregon Central Park. Every other day is being burned devastated. varies a haze over the sky on a regular basis at the bottom. Of A pool, you can see ash settling after every single night. So the idea that people are wasting public resources with crazy conspiracy theories because they think that the fires were created by you know five G. or invading Muslims or George Soros doesn't help the fact that there are hundreds of thousands of people were either going to be out of their homes or not able to stay safely in their homes. During the time, we have a pandemic where rescuing people in putting them into shelters is all the more difficult. So yeah, this is propaganda that's Live when trump lies people are dying. Well. Caddy at the White House has often tried to reposition the Cova conversation in the election as well. This hit everywhere. This is global thing. it seems that this week there is a rightful focus and scrutiny on the president's leadership on his honesty on his approach, which is relevant. As, you go into election about who you want to continue to deal with this crisis or do you want to change the commander in chief? Yell the the virus has hit everywhere but my fourteen year old daughter is an online schooling here in Washington. Her friend in France in class. A. Friend in London is in class her friend in China is in plus her friend in Senegal. is in class and a friend in Germany is in class they're all going to school. And the reason they're going to school is because those countries have handled this better. So that's a direct comparison and in a globalised world. Our children here in the United States make no mistake about it that losing out because those other kids are in class going to school at advancing while orchids not advancing. So we're kicking this down to the next generation as well but. We elect leaders to be able to walk and Chew Gum at the same time. It is totally possible that you can give people a facts that you can trust the American people with the facts of something it is at also be inspirational and motivational and lift them up with a plan and show leadership. Those two things are not mutually exclusive and I think that's what the president is mistaking when he says, he didn't want people to panic and so he downplayed the virus. And gatty talk about how that stacks up in a global context that I think is very interesting to remember, and then how people are receiving these messages reporter. Jim Acosta spoke. To some people going to the trump rally take a look. Our about him because there's no. It's a it's a fake pandemic created to destroy the United. States of America. The president said the Bob Woodward there is a virus but corona virus that it is devil that's his opinion. Chatty. Where do you start i? Mean you stop by asking all of our leaders to come out with consistent clear accurate honest messaging when I really felt for Anthony. FAUCI. In that interview because I've interviewed g and he is so careful not to wade into political waters where there's going to be a difference between him and the president because he said that will be the only story and he is trying to get out the public health story doesn't WANNA make it a political story about. A disagreement he clearly feels now he has to set a Mauka. He has to wait into the politics of this and say, no when the President says, we are turning a corner. We're not actually turney. We're in this for the long haul because when the president says, we're turning a corner when he says, we're about to get over this or that is magically going to disappear what happens that guy doesn't wear a mosque when he attends a rally because he thinks it's not there. That's the risk. Door Jason. Trump can say you know he can see the light at the end of the tunnel. All we once it's a train right it's a train coming at us. We are about to head to fall which is flu season. This is a time where you have kids going back to school but you have people who have to shelter in place more because it's cold you can't eat outside and that makes us Much more difficult and I think are the real danger here is that as we recognize that the president is grotesquely incompetent, right easies driven by sort of racial malice and paying off his friends and everything else like that. At the base of all of this, we cannot forget to key things. One that the president is still trying to steal the election with the post office that you still have. Right. Wing Supreme. Courts in Wisconsin right now that are trying to people get absentee ballots. It's you have the president, the Republican Party suing in Iowa to prevent people from getting their absentee ballots that he's still trying to steal the election at the same time that you have literally millions of. Americans. Now, out of work who be out of their homes who are being evicted, which will make it more difficult for them to. Actually vote. So as much as the president is, is a horrible human being and trying to bankrupt this country and pay off his friends and stay in office. He is also doing things isn't competence has disrupted the ability of regular people remove him from office in a democratic way. We can't ever lose sight that because we can't get rid of him everything that's happening. Now we'll be ten times worse by nature.
Tencent Aims to Combine Huya and DouYu
"Who. are absolutely massive bolt turney streaming companies report a monthly active user base about one hundred, fifty, million at different points in the previous year. For comparison twitches monthly active user base is about one hundred and forty million according to report from the media which I'll link below. Now, they're sure to be some crossover between who Dole you, but the two company's separately are bigger than twitch so. Imagine if they were combined well, that's what ten is trying to make happen curly. The company owns about thirty eight percent of both we and doe you. They're the largest shareholder in doe you but don't hold majority voting power for who you own one percent less than the company naval fifty point eight percent majority voting power according to the East sports observers to buy a SEC this proposal. Is a stock for stock merger. The two companies which was don't stop converted into who yes. DOC making the latter, the surviving brand on Monday August seventeenth. Both companies announced they're creating special committees deliberate over the potential merger they brought in independent financial and legal analysts from the most prestigious firms in the world with a deal. This big there any multitude of reasons why it may eventually. Fall apart, but ten cent playing a huge role in both companies. There's a lot of incentive to get a deal done. It's hard to overstate just how massive this deal would be after billy billy swooped in grab the Mandarin Broadcast Rights for League of legends. International events over the next three years. Ten also owns eighteen percent of billy billy by the way this merger seems like we give. Up what was once a three-horse race to fight for the rights to League of legends? Worlds. Really. Highlights. Ten cents, pure scope the biggest meteorites, east sports for the legends international events which was put forth by right games. A company owned entirely by ten cents was bought by billy. Billy. Owned eighteen percent by tencent. But who owned thirty seven percent by tencent and doe you thirty eight percent tencent both bid on the rights as well. Ten is so big that three companies that they have a big stake in are bidding for the rights to broadcast they. Oh. That's wild.
"turney" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"And I was like no. Like what are you talking about like? This is insane like we need support. Add like I'm sure like I just went off and it was not a good person younger. And I tried to bring it up to him a few years later when I came around and he wouldn't talk about it. The only like. The reason I found out that my brother James felt the way he was because he went on ABC twenty twenty, and was like I. Don't know if our dads innocent and I was like Oh, I was so mad at him but then like when I find, the came around and everything started happening when I started having these conversations with my brothers again as a full fledged adult who wasn't like nineteen or twenty, one or whatever My brother's like twenty years older than me like the age differences is is large. But I went to that and they were kind of like. Yeah, like we. We all believe it like there's no big open discussions about it. Is I, think we. Know, what happened? You know what I mean like after everything out, please and the twenty twenty and stop. It wasn't something like we needed to hash out the details. It was more like. Yeah like that's what everybody thinks and everybody's. None of his kids think that he's innocent. Does. He have a relationship with any of them. Currently, one of them is my understanding, yeah. And, is that more of a? Keep your distance like hey. Heidi in cool see later kind of thing, or is it actual lake relationship? I mean as far as I can tell, I think that they talk at least once a week. I think is what I know. And it's pretty. It's pretty serious, yeah! Oldest. BLAME HIM, yeah! I I have to respect their choices, I. Can't sit there like cast, blame or whatever for what they decide. They're full grown adults. If they want to speak to him on them, one brother did call me and he was like you need to respect Dag. No matter what happened. He's Dillard. Add knows like no sir like we don't. Like I respect what you do, but you need to respect what I do, and that's the end of that yeah. It hasn't yeah. It's definitely GONNA start. Really, so, what's your relationship like with your like whole sibling group? Would you say? Is it strained, or is it just kind of like? You know we don't talk about it so when I talk about what I do or anything like that. It's gotten better over the past. It seemed like six months or so basically. Since this case update, that can't speak fully to. Has, come out. I. Think they of realized what I was trying to do. You know they saw a slight progression as it was like. Holy Shit Navy's Arizona not crazy or whatever. And they finally started not been kind of terrible to me for like we were talking like there was no talking like I wasn't invited to birthday parties I wasn't invited to. You know all the kids stop which broke my heart? But now I think that there's more of an understanding. We don't talk about it like it's pleasurable subject to bring up All of them no like major events and things, and one brother is a contact person on the Hayes now so. Yeah the people being contacted relatives gays right now e, Ellas, biological father, and my brother going to pause case right here so you can hear a word from our sponsors. What do you think? Do you think that your dad is going to actually confess oi? Do you think that it's just another game to kind of keep you around? Yeah, I think it's just another game I don't. Necessarily like keeping around I think. when you hear that conversation between him and I in two thousand seventeen like he's just mocking me. And mocking me and like being unkind and. I think he has no plans to confess I think if he was dying on his deathbed a newly exact time of death. You would still not tell me I think he's a spiteful that. Yeah, so, do you think so I was listening to kind of the timeline of events of win Elissa went missing and. Some of the stuff makes it seem like I. Don't know if that's what you were alluding to or anything like that, but do you think that he had assistance from anybody with this? I don't know I. Think it's a possibility yeah, and there's you talk about a lot about the unknown numbers and stuff and how? There's not really a direct link, so I'm just like. Wait could this have been? You know like some other person who's helped him Yup. I think it's definitely a possibility whether that somebody that he had black male authority he paid I. Don't know there's a few different things. Support you let. Who was he calling? Why does he not remember have any vague idea where most from the day on land line that was always reported every hall recorded in every phone call going out like where are those trips? California like I? Don't know what he was doing in California for so long route so many trips like that summer. Where did he take a plane? He drove. I think. Suspense but I don't know. Yeah and I mean listening to it. You were kind of. You know I mean you were still in the throes of being. Let Kid was like fuck. Yeah, I'm today. Do you like? Let's Party. Let's hang out. Let's have fine, and obviously you're not going to think that like something nefarious has gone on with your sister and you're like. Oh, I need to know exactly what's going on right now. Pay Attention. and I noticed that you've said that a lot like. Even on the mile high podcast you, you're talking about when Elissa got in trouble for smoking weed that you kind of just like everything kind of dissipated, and you're like then and like a bunch of white noise and you just in here with about, but then you also kind of say the same thing about you know your interview with the police like you were just like I think when. You're put or when you were put in those type of situations where traumas going to happen your brains like let's turn it off. She need that. Is being happens I think so. Yeah, in most like anybody I speak to the. Don't even know the words psychiatric field like when I talk with them or whatever they're like. That's that's your trauma response like. My memory's so bad like it really is. I mean that could be the from the fact that my father also liked drugged as a child like I was taking very heavy prescription drugs of his like not prescribed to me. It would be like. Are you sad? Take this. Are you can take this? And that happened my entire life until I got old enough to realize like what the names of those pills were, and then when he was gone present, you know. I had his bills after like I knew what these were eventually and they're very strong. I was thinking like Sarah Quill at the age of like twelve or something like. Not prescribed me just you can't and I'm sure a high dose. Then you get older as a teenager in your friends or like you have Sarah? You're like what's that? Routine or whatever so yeah I think that. There's so many factors that into me, having a bad memory, but certainly trauma for shirt. That's I was thinking that because I heard you. Saying obviously heard you saying this stuff about the conversation with the -tective now you guys if you have any questions. For Sarah you can ask those in the get vocal message strain. She can see those If you're on facebook or any of the other I'm only watching facebook right now. So if you are on Facebook, you can ask questions, and I will give those to Sarah to answer but I think that. What do you think? Have you had any recent conversations with your father?.
"turney" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"The very first time I met. You was actually at true crime podcast festival, yes. I didn't I knew you. You were, but I didn't know at the time that you had your own podcast yet and that you were like launching it I think I had only heard of the missing Elissa podcast. And then everybody is like serious. Starting your podcast like we need to support her in rallying. Really forget you. That's what we do. That's so nice to hear. Yeah. I was at podcast for one day at true crime. Oh! Yeah, that's right, yeah! I remember that. I thought I've been listening to your show, so I had. Gotten so backed up on so many bud. Guests because thanks to Cova Ed. I work from home, so it's a little bit different now than being at my job or driving in the car and listening to podcasts. I suffer from that now. But it your. It's boggling my mind like I am so I can't even imagine how you feel right now like it's ridiculous, but I did you bring a drink Yes, what are you drink? It read. The rules don't Judge Drinking Corona. Controvercial Queen. I am drinking so I typically. Trying to turn off by. Your. Aren't that's fine. Those perfect. No, thank you. I am drinking. Vodka Cherry and pink lemonade. Chemo sugar people because I don't need to be lit like that. So it That's what I'm drinking. What is everybody else drinking my mom's ears? She doesn't drink, so you know. As? He is here as well and then people on facebook I'm trying to see what you say but I cannot because Oh actually can't imagine a dummy there we go. Figured it out. People on Facebook I too now. Kency you and hear you. Christie Lee with the Canadian. True Crime. PODCAST is also joining us or rather, said hello So Mike's hard lemonade very good. That's what miss as drinking. My mom is drinking flavored water So. Tell me a little bit about you. Sure I'm like. Where do I start? I. Mean My name is Sarah Turney you guys may or may not know me for my sister story. Her name is Alissa. Attorneys witnessing two thousand one when she was seventeen Yeah, I've been on a mission to really get media for her and I started my own podcast, and I've really just kind of jumped into the true crime between the best I can to really help her. The police told me the best chance of getting a resolution for media exposure, so that's where I'm at what I'm doing. Yeah, and there's been some I. saw somebody post about PHOENIX PD on your on your or saying something like that or they run into games. What's that about? Yeah, so I have like a assorted. Hill with. No it's true it's true. It is love hate. Them so much, but yeah, I mean it's. It's not wonderful. particularly from my twitter basically right now like police are answering my questions. Turning my emails and this happens every once in a while. Like the last time it happened, they had to send like eight emails over like two months to get to get a a meeting with that. Have to do that. I will like I I. I literally twitter. I put all of our emails on there. And then all of a sudden I had a meeting so like it's not the preferred method I would order to keep it private, and just email them, and then be respectful and answer my question I. Say sorry. We can't answer that. We're just anything Yeah, so on twitter, I kind of called them out as I have to do occasionally. Yeah, and then they're like crap. This is bad media exposure so. Let's talk there. They have the chance to turn it around. So that's yeah. So, can you see the chat on your end, or can you not yeah so I can see okay awesome, just making sure because I don't want to read to you if you can read yourself. I can remember because trained detective. I love it. Why complain about the police one time? They were giving information to and made the complaint. What happens, is they call you and they're like. So, what's your complaining about? Let's talk about it and told the gentleman which he's not a detective. On the case, it's always like a random person. Are you trained detective man. Are you active? Are you adrain detective and I was like what the Hell is going on. Now. Detective has become my thing, which is what I think? Liz Is referencing there. That's Hilarious in my background. Yes I saw that I was like amazing I. Love it I like I, said I love a controversial. Queen you now. Favorite. Yes so I know obviously whenever people bring you on. It's truly to focus on Elissa which is so great I. I think I like you a lot. I don't know if you know Kristen WHO's Brandy Meyer sister? Yeah so you guys are very similar in that sense that lake you fight so hard for your siblings, and it's something that like I can relate to terms of if I had something like this happen. Nonstop it what it would be like I would use every platform that I could, but your story is so interesting because you were initially kind of backing up your dad right? And then there was something that flipped on that and I. I get that because I had an abusive father growing up and everything like that so. I had to kind of deal with the fact like I loved him when I was little, and then as I grew up and realized like. Oh, you're kind of terrible as a person. And you have to kind of reconcile those feelings of feeling like you've betrayed your family, my mom in particular by like liking hammer, loving him and stuff like that and. I how do you deal with that? Like? How do you reconcile that? Still because I still even have little twinges of guilt every now and then you get those random memories that pop up where you're like. Wow, I feel like a piece of shit for you know thinking. That are feeling that way. So how'd he? You kind of manage that within yourself? Yeah I mean it's hard I'm not gonna say it's perfect in that I can forget about him completely, because that's not the truth right there and events that happen in your life where you want your parents there. No matter how terrible they are. At least you think about it right, you think what would. What would you like if this parent was here? But in another sense like for me, it's very black and white. Because Elissa was a mom to me so like in my mind, this man probably took away most of the important people in my life so I feel very fortunate, and then I can kind of separate it and then I do see it so black and white, and then I was able to kind of flip that switch, and a big part of that was speaking to him about all these things in confronting him with that was huge when in person and he said all these horrendous. All these horrendous things about Eliza it. It was very clear in my mind at that point that there was no sympathy or love on his end and I kind of felt like free that yields had lifted like I don't need to worry about. This may end because hasn't worried about me since I was eight years old or something I. Find that disparities so crazy because I was like. How does it go from a wanting? To willingly adopted child that is not his biologically. To Not caring that, his biological child is out doing the things that he was concerned about and to me, I, don't know it's so. It's gross to think about but I am like. was he like jealous and stuff like that like he didn't want her around these people, or was it.
"turney" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Show raise high school, friend and boss. Porter stands. Berry is mentioned in the connection to the case. He's never said to be an official suspect or person of interest, but when investigators attempted to speak with him at the time, he refused so this is what happened eight days after Ray Rivera disappeared, the newlyweds bodies found in Baltimore Hotel investigators thought that he may have jumped however some of his personal belongings like his cell phone and glasses were found nearby, and they appeared undamaged despite the fall leading others to suspect that he died under more sinister circumstances, so this happened in Baltimore Maryland in May of two, thousand six, and why it isn't solved Alison, his wife believes ray discovered something he shouldn't have. which resulted in his murder? She doesn't believe that he died by suicide as investigators theorize. What do you think happened? Yes, so this one was extremely interesting to me because I guess as I was watching it. And you know all kind of like the whole. Episode of it? I was looking at like. You know the whole in the roof. You know just like besides me being like a medium disgusting. Add Up, but when I tapped in. It doesn't seem like it was a suicide. In the slightest bit at all It seems like his death was extremely staged ended also seems like it's due to business. Yes, maybe he saw in. Listen does something, but it's due to business whether I don't I remember. He was trying to deny act. meet an actor screenwriter that he went to business with his friend, but it really. Every time Tappan. It circles back to his friend at business has nothing to do with a suicide out all he just he's stumbled upon something in voiced it when he shouldn't have voiced in it resulted. It's death, and because he knew about it, and because he saw the bad practice, it kind of resulted in his death, was there a long period of time from the time that he came across this information and his the date that he disappeared. No doesn't really seem like that. It seems like it was fairly quick. I mean it depends what you call long time like me date date. They keep putting weeks, so it seems like it was weeks, but it was weeks that he kept stumbling upon more and more information, it had to move very quickly before he can speak about it to family and friends and other people so on the day that he disappeared a house. Guests said he received a call. He ran out of the house. He presumably drove to Baltimore to that hotel. And then he disappears. His body is found a week later. was he taken and was was he killed on that same day? Yes, Oh, what is that? He like I? Don't know if his office was near there, but it seems like he was trying to get to like where his office building was or somewhere near his office in. It seems like he was. Beaten up taken there like kind of seems like he was taken, but he wasn't going to that hotel. It looks like you was going to some type of building around that hotel. Can you tell at all? How the whole? was put into the ceiling of the building. He keeps saying over and over and over to me anytime. I look and I watched episode. Tap In is not so much the body in the hole that's created. It's his other things that were around bike. He keeps put he making me look at my cell phone. His Glatt like if he wore glasses at the time. His sandals I can I know. The standards was a big thing he saying does. It wouldn't add up if he jumped from eleven. Story building like I grew. It doesn't from what he's Kinda showing me. It doesn't add up like. And are there several people that were part of this plan is at juicy, just one person or It seems like from what you're saying. There were several people that had to be involved in taking care of. This crime and the cover up. It seems like a group is like a group of people. It does not seem like an individual person at. It seems like a group effort because Wade that. He saying he's pointing to three to four people, and because he keeps saying over and over to me that. He hates business and it's. It's weird that his death was caused because of work that he never wanted to do. It, seems he never wanted to be in business that that doesn't seem like his passion at all, and he's also saying what he's showing me to. It sounds like a cookout last name that's heavily involved. He keeps saying over and over and over again to me like an Irish last name. Okay, and then there was a would seem like notes on the back of a laptop, a letter and some have speculated that they're hidden codes into it. Is this just? Something he read putting together just like a like like a simple notes, first screenplay wanted to right, or is this actually a message which has hidden messages in it? It kind of looks like it's very innocently ridden. Okay, it doesn't. It doesn't really seem like there's code or anything to it. Okay, and the last question is if there's some sort of message that he would send I don't know if if. What does he think about this story does is he happy that it's come out so that people get some closure? He wants his family to get the answers, so he's happy about that. He is happy, but again it doesn't seem like he would prefer tension like on him with this. It's more or less him being very selfless about his family, okay. Episode to is called thirteen minutes. Pistol black is patrice. Andrew Son, who is in tenth grade when his mother went missing, Nancy Hunt Patrice. His best friend also spoke about her disappearance Rob Andrey's Patricia's husband. Black Stepfather was considered a suspect. Both black and hunt told police that they thought he had something to do with it. Rob Denies Having any involvement. Two other men were separately considered by police. Michael Hilton and Jeremy Jones each was arrested for murder previously Jones at one point confessed to the murder, claiming that he had stopped by Patrice his hair salon to ask for help with his car..
"turney" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Thank you so much Sarah. Of course, thank you. Unsolved mysteries is back with more compelling stories of the unexplained and unresolved. It's been ten years since the last season aired on television and haunted me, and that flex unsolved mysteries reboot is filled with strange disappearances, alleged supernatural encounters and other cold cases waiting to be solved now Mr as we know it first aired in nineteen, eighty, seven quickly became a mainstay for true crime enthusiasts in each episode family members, detectives and journalists recount their experiences, present theories and identify suspects with the hopes that even just one viewer may hold the key to solving the mystery that show was hosted by Robert Stack the music and his face haunted me. My entire childhood I am happy to tell you that. The new rebooted series is so frigging. Good that I thought nothing about two of these cases for at least seventy two hours I was on reddit threads I became super obsessed, and that's why roped in my dear friend Jonathan Jonathan mark the psychic medium that you guys all know. Because he works with law enforcement to help solve crimes. In fact, he just found missing person this week. Jonathan Welcome back to the show. So Nice to be back. I love it. Did you enjoy the show? I honestly did it was so good I couldn't stop watching. So, when you're watching this, are you getting messages right away? What is that like to be immediate watching a show like this? Yeah, so basically. What I do is I I called a cheat code I kind of. Tap into the missing person. Okay, so we're going to go through some of the episodes. I'm going to give the background and then I want you to tell me Your assessment so episode. One I think that the feedback that I'm getting on social media. Is that this? This is the episode that people are most interested in the episode is entitled Mystery on the Rooftop Who's involved ray and Allison Rivera were newly married couple at the time of raise death, while he refused to give an interview for the show raise high school, friend and boss. Porter stands. Berry is mentioned in the connection to the case. He's never said to be an official suspect or person of interest,.
"turney" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"So this point police now have enough probable cause to search the house so in doing so investigators came across twenty six homemade pipe bombs, ninety page manifesto written by him and in the manifesto. He claims that Elissa had runaway, but he believes she was followed by two men from the electrical union that he used to work for K- Cuckoo, bird so during this time and the Electrical Union. He was a whistle blower, and he believed that the men took revenge on him by murdering Alexa. And then he needed to avenge her death by killing the two men, so the men that he was referring to her found to have died of natural causes so also. Also recovered tons of paperwork and hundreds and hundreds of hours of audio and video tapes, but were still unable to find anything from the day that she went missing, so letters were found where Elissa claimed to have been molested by Michael and contracts were found where she had signed that she'd never been sexually assaulted so friends. Her boyfriend and a teacher later confirmed about hearing about these allegations, so he's making her sign contracts, saying no, you never ever abused me so Michael Turney ends up pleading guilty and served ten years in prison for the twenty-six pipebombs, and he was also declared too paranoid personality disorder, and was required to participate in mental health treatments. So. She. I just caught up with her today to get an update on the case. and I wanted to make sure that you guys Oliver. Information because she has these videos on her social media. That will show you. How disturbing stepfather as he is not in jail. He is out so I want you to just take a look and listen her story and tell me what you think, so this really is an unsolved mysteries episode, so I am going to have your attorney. And then I'm going to have Jonathan Mark with the unsolved mysteries so here we go. Sarah Welcome to the show. Hi! Thank you for having me, so I just came across your case. You are the host of the voices for Justice podcast. Can you tell everybody a little bit of a little bit about your sister and what you've been doing? Of course, yeah, and it's a very long story, so I'll try to keep it. You know of high-level profitable. Actually I've been working on getting media for my sister LS attorneys case since two thousand seventeen. She went missing in two thousand one when she was seventeen I was only twelve so I didn't really realize what was going on. Until so many years later, the police finally started investigating the case you know and and very quickly they did narrow down their only person of interest which. Which is our father? Which of course is extremely difficult but you know. I was under the impression that they were going to prosecute him. And that you know it was kind of solved, and unfortunately in two thousand seventeen. They did tell me that they weren't able to move forward with prosecution, and they can get media exposure. Her five went on this crazy journey to. To, really tell her story and that included so many different things of course You know I found out. That elicit had a pretty horrible wife growing up. Suffering some pretty insane abuse at the hands of Arbor, and there was some really extreme controlling measures used including You know making her sign contracts stating that she had never been abused, he was watching pretty much her every move with video surveillance. He also you know using audio recording device to capture every phone call coming in and out of our home so when I became aware of all these things of course, I started going on this medium mission to get her justice. Justice and that led me to telling my own story so in the past. You really heroes I grow up I. It's quite the journey you can hear her. Sing her ABC's and you hear her at her birthday party. You know kind of getting upset. You hear her all the way up to when she has a job and she's talking about her co worker so I- chronicle the story using a ton of case records home videos. My own audio I do my own interviews. But I essentially unravel this terrible story of illicit, being abused and all roads kind of lead to one person so again it's it's a very long story, and then this crazy journey but I am happy to announce that the Phoenix police finally did come out, and they have presented the keys for prosecutions so right now I'm waiting for his case to be decided upon on the state. It's in their hands hopefully. I'll find out any day now. Everybody has to check out your Tiktok because I have seen so many videos that you post which really sort of encapsulate. The kind of circumstances that she lived under constant taping constant surveillance. There is one where you're stepfather or your father. has you take the video camera and recorder and she says Elissa. Dad's a pervert. I can't even imagine what it's been like for you to uncover all of these videos to look through all this paperwork. How are you taking care of yourself? Because I as I understand it, you work, and then you spend endless aside a work working on this case, your sister obviously would have an incredible amount of pride for how hard you've been working. I'm just worried about you and I want to know that you are. That that that there's going to be light at the end of this that when the case is solved that you're going to. You deserve a really full loving exciting life. are so sweet Yeah, honestly, talk has been the craziest experience. I started on their about to to go and now I have I think about six hundred fifty thousand followers like thirty three million views, and seven days or something so it's been a great platform, but I wish she could say half better work valance, but you know right now I don't ever. Since the lease gave me this mission for media I took it very seriously I still take it very seriously, and especially now as the state is deciding whether or not to move forward with this case I feel like I'm kind of in the last leg marathon. so I wish I could say I'm taking a break, but I I think I'm working harder than ever to give it that last final push but once you have a decision. You know, and hopefully the decision is to go to trial, and then I can finally take a break, so tell everybody where they can listen to your podcast, and to follow you on social media, so they can get up to date and to follow everything. That's going to happen from this day moving forward. Of course you can find voices for justice on all podcast players. Apple spotify everything in between you can also search for voices for Justice on Social Media, or you can follow my personal, which includes my Tiktok, which is just Siri turning I'm pretty much on every platform I. can think of I try to reach as many as possible so I'd love.
"turney" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"There seemed to be almost no fingerprints in the house. It was a total mystery, and then they find this letter from the father and he says that. that this is this letter is to friends and family to. Them that. They had to go to the United States because. they were going to be put into a witness protection program because of his involvement with the DA. They wouldn't be hearing from them for years very very odd, so there's this man hunt from this father who seems to just like disappeared. He is seen in video footage traveling with with a rifle, which they police have believed is the same one that he used to murderous family, and then just like disappeared from the world. So that one has kind of kept me up at night as well so we have those two cases, and I asked my friend Jonathan Mark. WHO's a great medium who works with law enforcement to go through the episodes with me because I thought if I'm as enthralled by the show I, know that others are so. He is in this episode as well. I also got a chance to talk to Sarah Attorney because she has been working for years to raise the profile of her stepsister, and that of her disappearance her sister. Her excuse me her half. Sister's name was Eliza Turner Attorney and she just disappeared years ago and she has been working for years to get law enforcement to work on the case in the recent weeks, She's done this whole social media. Push and her tick. Tock has in the last two weeks I think grown by. She's like seven hundred sixty thousand followers. I believe third over thirty million views to these very strange videos that she has of her stepfather and Elissa and you have to watch them to to see what I mean the creepiest videos. So the back story is that in two thousand one Eliza was seventeen year old junior in high school. She was living with her stepsister Sarah. Who you will hear from and her stepfather Michael Turney, so Lisa's mother passed away then Mary's Michael, and they have Sarah, and then Michael had three older boys who lived outside of the House so each of these sisters have a really different relationship with him. Michael was cool in like a laid back that with Sarah. But with Elissa his stepdaughter he was more uptight and strict and monitored her whereabouts. He told Sarah the younger sister that he did this. Because listen needed more guidance and direction life tensions between Elissa and her stepfather or always high. So may seventeen to two thousand one was the last day of school before summer break and Michael failed to show up after school to pick Sarah Up, so she ends up walking to a friend's house tweet from an sometime between four and five, her father finally arrives and Informs Sarah that Eliza has gone missing, so doesn't pick her up from school, and then says Sarah or elicits missing. Sarah used her father's phone to try to contact us on the way home, but he couldn't reach her. So at the House Michael had Sarah Check lists bedroom and there she finds the contents of illicit backpack, scattered on her bed, and her cell phone on top of her dress or next to a note, and the note says this, so you can imagine a younger sister. Her sister's missing. Her father sends her into a room. And there's this note and the Note Says Dad and Sarah. When you dropped me off at school today I decided I'm really going to California Sarah you said you really wanted me gone. And now you have it. Dad I took three hundred dollars from you, and that's why I save my money. So at first, this isn't shocking to Sarah because Elissa. Did have an on in California who she had talked about going to live with recently, and she, of course had not gone along with the father. So that night Michael, who used to be a COP calls the police to report illicit as a runaway now police open a missing persons file, but no investigation or follow follow up was done, and as Michael claim she was runaway, and he knew their location was in California, so a week after listed disappears Michael Tells Police that he receives a call from her early in the morning and she. She blames him as the reason she laughed, and she told him that she was in California, and that she was never gonna come back, and he even provided police with this phone records to prove the call so during the years after her disappearance Michael starts telling family those close to Eliza that he thinks something terrible happen to her. He thought someone might have been following her or her. Her arm and since police were not doing anything, he had to searched for her himself, so Michael would even make several trips to California to search and pass out missing person fliers of Lissa, so guys obviously covering his tracks so two thousand six several years after she disappears the police. Get a lead from a man named Thomas Hamer. Thomas Heimer was in Florida prison, serving time for murder and. And sent police a letter confessing to her murder, so police eventually realized that this letter is a hoax, but during their investigation, they noticed that things are not adding up in this case, so in the seven years since elicit gone missing, she had she had not contacted a single one of her friends or anyone under family, including me on that she supposedly was supposed to be living with. and. The eighteen hundred dollars that she had in her bank account still there untouched. There was no action her social security number so obviously she'd never gotten a job or went to school, so the police are really beginning to understand that this was not the case of a runaway. Police learn that the day that she went missing. That she had not been in school There was no one to backup. At Michael had picked her up from lunch. At School. And so his version of the story that he picked her up to get lunch, and when they arrived at home that they got into a fight about house, rules was totally obviously made up, so police also discover Michael was pretty litigious and a paranoid man he had documented every incoming and outgoing call to the House that he had cameras placed outside of the property. There was even a hidden in the event of the living room, and when police asked for the videotapes of the day of his disappearance, he tells them that he reviewed them and there was nothing to see. So, he has videotaped basically every day of her life, but doesn't happen on the day. She went missing so when they ask for the audiotapes of the day because he's doing video and audio. He tells them that unfortunately. On that day, the recorder had been turned off, so nothing was recorded..
"turney" Discussed on True Consequences
"It was it was like over a year ago. And I'm like Oh big case update you know. I can't wait to tell you guys because they told me. And they said you know It'll be two weeks while we'll know in two weeks and it's been and over a year now so during that year I got to that six month point And this is last year before I started the podcast and I'm like I can't. I'm begging people to cover this like. Nobody is going to care about this as much as me. I was getting frustrated that nobody had the same passion as me. People that could have affected change. Change in this case and I was highly encouraged to start my own podcast. And so that's a big reason of. Why did it like what bigger push than for me to get yet? You know the case file which is thousands of documents thousands of documents and really put it all out there because I started reading through them and the the crap crap. That happened is unbelievable. Like the things that my dad said the things that the police to the fact that the FBI came into this case twice and asked why this wasn't being investigated vessel as a homicide. These are things that have never been explored So yeah I mean as much as I was out there you know pounding the pavement asking everyone to cover this case. Ah I really just realized I have to get this into my own hands and and go crazy on this and expose how insane it is. Because I can't expect you know someone else else to come in and put it on the line. You know what I'm doing is is a little risky it. It really hasn't been done before. I'm not outright accusing in my father. But I am pointing all evidence in his direction and laying it out but I. I don't think people understand how natural that is In terms of going through the case hey style like it all just points to wonder action so I do try to really rain. That in But Yeah I realized that if anyone was going to do it and make this happen and cause the biggest noise about it. It had to be me so hopefully it's working. I don't know if it's working with the police department and I don't know if it's working with with any of the bad but I think that you are getting some momentum at least you know from from the Internet for lack of a better word and some awareness which I think is huge has phoenix police. Communicated with you at all since last year. Oh Yeah Yeah we talk all the time Because because I'm always asking them extra questions or requesting documents or records And you know we do communicate about that case update and I'm always asking what's going on with it and There's been a little bit of movement there but nothing definite yet unfortunately the no we communicate all the time. It's it's insane so I don't think we we we flat out said this but maybe we did so. I think that it's your belief in and probably a lot of people believe that. Eliza is dead Ed and that it's as a result of probably some malicious intent from your father or militias action from your father. Can you talk a little bit. About what what those suspicions are that you have. I want you to give away too much. Am I know you still have more episodes of your show coming out but Anything that you WANNA share from that perspective with my listeners. In in effort to be fair there will be an entire theories episode on the PODCAST. where I go over everything right every type of theory that I can think of an asked people other other theories because I want to explore it like I don't think people understand like I don't want this to be my dad like this isn't option number one for me I would love if at the end. It wasn't him that would be amazing to not lose to people in my life But yeah unfortunately when you look at all the circumstance and you know history of my father's behavior you're in how what he did in. The past is very similar to what we all think happened to. A lot of people think happened to Elissa. It just makes the most sense And of course the the police believe this to there's there's no shortage of authorities really believing this And everyone the family as well. I was the last of all the kids to believe this. You know when I told my brothers they were kind of like. Yeah you know. We just didn't want to tell you I'm so much younger. I can't blame them Yeah the evidence really does point to that he was most likely involved. There's a few different reasons for that. Right we know that the note doesn't make a ton of sense. We know that a lot of evidence that should be there to defend. His Innocence. Is is missing. I if you watched all eight hours of this surveillance tape you have Avila's last day then handed overseas and clear yourself Yeah just just there's so much of that And of course you know. He's made statements. Like come to the deathbed. And I'll give you all the honest answers you WanNa hear. And he's offered to Give a complete confession Russian if the state agrees to give him lethal injection within ten days so really really indicative of being guilty in my mind But but yeah I think that even it being on the last day of school is very curious. you know when when children go missing today and they're in a school. You often find the Holden Assembly or at least acknowledge it to some point right. They'll say you know we understand that your classmate is missing. These resources are available to you if you need to talk And with listen Ghana. Last Day of school there is no room for that you know I. It ensured that no one was looking for her that no one was asking why she wasn't attending the tax class and he gave pretty much all summer for people to kind of forget about her. You know you're gonNA notice a lot. More of a classmates gone in the middle of the year versus not seeing them. After the summer. You know everybody loses touch over the summer just kind of what happens But Yeah I think that he picked her up out of early out of school early that day like he had in the past asked. I think that he went to sexually abuse her like he had in the past And that something went wrong or that. It was his plan all along. I do lean lean towards it was premeditated because of the no rate we. We have this note that we know wasn't all written on the same day which means it was somewhere before it will before it was left by. I heard whether that was in our fathers possession and he got pissed or I don't know But Yeah I think between the note and it being in the last day of the school. I think that this was very much planned Again I can't tell you if it was like something he had in the back of his mind and ready for when she was going to act up or piece he specifically was ready to do it that day but definitely premeditated And in terms of like you know what he did with the body. It's so hard to tell you know. You know like New Mexico. Dirt is very similar to Arizona. Dirty I would have to say it's dry and firm and packed and almost impossible to dig. It sounds the forest where you can like dig with your hands or whatever like even if I clawed for my life at the ground with my nails you would get almost nothing up you know in this desert desert ground. It's just so hard so there would have had to been a whole or there would have had been some type of digging equipment or multiple people not even just two people. I mean even without turnaround. That'd be a hard task to dig a hole in four or five hours Bhai yourself or even with two people out in the desert So yeah I think that had some of the curious spots. Are you know there was a mall near us about a mile away being developed meaning that I really want to get the building schedule. They will not respond to me which it's like granted. Yeah you don't WanNa be the mall like the dead body under it or whatever so I understand why that's not a smart marketing play But Yeah I would love to know what holes goals were open at the time because the way that these construction sites go is my understanding from my limited. Research is What they do is they use ground penetrating radar before they dig because they want to make sure that they're not hitting power lines or you know sewer pipes or whatever But once they dig. That's it so once there's an empty hole so anything can be put in there for cement to go on top of it they're not gonNA check again In addition to that you know my father also made dozens of phone calls about a specific area the of land in northern Arizona. I mean not to northern but I'm north of where we lived. There was being annexed by the city. He made all these calls wondering what was going on. It it was it being developed was being dug So yeah I think it's really curious but yeah overall I do lean towards That my father probably had something to do with it and that he had been planning it for at least sometime I think your point. It makes a Lotta sense you look for some place where there was already a a giant hole in the ground Especially for the sake of time and I think that those hours where he was unaccounted for from time he picked up Elissa and the time he picked you up could have been sufficient amount of time to do what he needed to do. If this was the case and you alluded to the fact that a lot of what you suspect him would elicit happened to her. Her had happened before with other members of of the family or extended family He's He'd been known for you. Know sexually abusing people near him so that it's not far off to say that this could have been all connected to that absolutely What can my listeners do to help support your cause? Yeah I mean first and foremost just share her story. I wish that there was magic recipe. That would make the police you something but it's just that slow build of pressure so please share this podcast. Share your favorite piece of content with whatever it is to share her story and talk about her Yeah I mean I have things like a go fund me for billboards and I have a patriotic I have emerged store and all that which is helpful but religious. Just share it. Just get the word out. I need the whole world screaming about this and I needed to happen fast. Oh please share well. Hopefully this help I definitely I would love to be as helpful as possible with you so I'm always happy to re tweet you and share everything I I'm heartbroken by the story and I hope we can. We can get some justice for her. Hopefully you can move onto maybe justice for other people or whatever you need to do with your life No pressure there. But let's start with justice for Elissa for sure I know that's a Hashtag as well. HASHTAG JUSTICE FOR ELISSA. So if you're listening to this and you want to share information about the case you WanNa get people informed about the case There's a lot of other crossover episodes on other podcasts. As well that you can listen to you just type in Sarah Attorney into your podcast catcher and you'll find I'm sure tons of episodes about her So by all means please share share share her story. And let's let's get the word out. We're not too far from Phoenix. So I'm sure there's a lot of people in New Mexico with connections in Arizona. I know I have some so yes please anything else. You WanNa say or anything else you want to share before we wrap this up No just thank you so much for listening to elicit story. I appreciate it it really does mean the world to me that people care and that's amazing you're amazing for carrying about people who are missing or You know murdered or don't have justice so thank you thank you Sarah. Thanks again for listening to to consequences. Follow us on social media on instagram and facebook at true consequences pod. Hello and on twitter at true cons pod. True consequences is hosted written and produced by me. Your host Eric Eric Carter London. Thanks for listening and stay safe New Mexico..
Ronan Farrow says 'close to 50' potential Weinstein jurors were sent home for reading his 'Catch and Kill'
"This week Jury selection started for the trial of Harvey Weinstein. He's as of course this formerly super successful Hollywood producer who was accused of decades of sexual abuse more than eighty women have come forward accusing him of things. The story broke as you remember. This is kind of the beginning of the METOO movement in October of two thousand seventeen in the New York Times and the New Yorker so harvey was finally finally charged with sex crimes in New York in May of twenty eighteen. So that in and of itself is about a year and a half ago I'm not going to get into the charges. But they're horrible So yeah jury. Selection started this week and the other thing that also happened. This week is that new charges were put against him in Los Angeles so now. He's facing the possibility of two criminal trials. Meanwhile he just settled a civil suit a couple of weeks ago. So it's just all all of this tumult around you know he's very horrible allegations and it's really one of the only you know men who is going through the criminal criminal justice process in terms of these accusations. Yeah and we should underline eighty women. You said Yeah Zero Eight zero and then we have these two. You know criminal trials now the one in New York they mentioned we have two women pressing charges one is an unidentified there and even in La both of the women are unidentified in those court documents. So it's also just a big story in terms of you know what it takes to come forward yet another interesting aspect during jury selection. Is You know the idea of trying to find an impartial jury. In these cases right I mean not only are they trying to find people who don't know a whole lot about the story which at this point is extremely difficult Mac that it's been to more than two years and the stories were huge but also you know attorneys are concerned about the possibility of having an impartial. Jury when you know one in and five women have been raped in her life rate and just the idea of even if she isn't super familiar with the Weinstein story just dealing with sexual assault in her life of either herself or someone she knows like could also create someone who is partial in one way or another Ronan Farrow tweeted on Thursday night that he is heard the fifty potential jurors fifty have been released so far we all read his book right and killed and so it's weird. The only thing I will add is that hearing the stories of these women. Yeah you're not only struck by their ultimate bravery in coming forward at great risk in themselves but just the endless amounts of people all right protected. Harvey Weinstein this. Systemic cover-ups over a decade can't get horrifying. It's yeah and it's extraordinary. How much much in how pervasive that was among everybody police and and colleague Turney everybody? Yeah Yeah I want to ask this question about impartial impartial jury and jury of our peers because when we talk when we are supposed to be having our be tried before a jury of our peers so many of our peers have have been victims of sexual harassment or sexual assault and so is it. What does impartiality really mean here? If you're throwing out all of the folks who might have been affected by crimes it's like this that gets even bigger question around. Just the idea of Lake is the crew. Does the criminal justice system work in these cases you know and you look at the fact act that this settlement came out earlier this month where women at least got some money out of it. I mean. Obviously that doesn't result in Weinstein actually going to jail which I would imagine. Imagine is extremely important to a lot of these victims but yeah I mean I don't know I don't know how you get an impartial
"turney" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"This whole. Setup doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Does it? Then you have the legal analysts on TV, who most of them should be. Charged with legal malpractice. They're so stupid. They actually think they know something by what other credentials. State trial judge former federal prosecutor, what else defense counsel, how many actually been involved in these matters like I have. Three different independent counsel investigations. I mean it's to listen to these people. Before I went on this program on Hannity show waving around these, these two memos for the department of Justice, people on TV. We're going on about the indictment of Donald Trump. If he subpoenaed appear before the grand jury, if he doesn't appear. Well, they can charge him and on and on. So no, they can't. The can't. Why can't they the constitution doesn't prevent it? No. But the department of Justice prevented department of Justice's now. Can't have rogue. Prosecutors can you imagine having a ninety US attorneys and thousands and thousands of system? United States attorneys, each one of them deciding to investigate a president or some percentage of them. Turney sitting in exist, they don't show me in the constitution where they exist. I love the so-called Pearson purist in the least. But the constitution doesn't say you can't indicted sitting president, while the constitution doesn't even say the US attorney's offices constitution doesn't even say the district courts are appellate courts..
Nonstick chemicals that stick around and detecting ear infections with smartphones
"Hello. This Welcomes the science podcast for may seventeenth two thousand nineteen. I'm Sarah Crespi this week show Meghan. Cantwell talks with science writer Saratova's about a nonstick chemical that sticks around in groundwater, and I talk with sham. Ota about his science translational medicine paper on using a smartphone. So listen for ear infections. I'm here with Sarah helps who wrote this week's feature to talk about how a small group of citizens in Rockford Michigan uncovered groundwater contamination in their town. And with the greater implications of this discovery are thinks much joining me. Sarah, thanks for having me, Meghan, of course. So could you talk about what prompted these citizens to investigate whether the shoe company factory in their town? Wolverine worldwide had contaminated their water in two thousand and nine wolverine worldwide announced that they would be closing their tannery, which had been inoperational for over a century. And the citizens were requesting the company I do a comprehensive environmental assessment of the property before the demolition. They knew from other tannery closures that Henry's often use hazardous substances when they're transforming rawhide. Hides into leather. And so they wanted to be sure that those same substances had not been sort of left behind on the tannery grounds. They were told that because there was no evidence of contamination on the property, that there was really essentially, no way require that testing be done. Meanwhile, will Verena had said there was no known contamination on the property. They asked the city to assess the site, but they did not want to instead they went and got the help of a scientist and launched their own investigation. What did they find from this, they uncovered helped uncover some of the highest levels of Pecos contamination in drinking water wells anywhere in the country and after many years of trying to get the company to test, the tannery grounds discovered that the tannery grounds are also contaminated with pitas, what exactly is p fasten? How long is this chemical been in production p bosses are a class of chemical? Nls known as per in Pali fluoro- alkyl substances. They were first synthesized by American chemists in the nineteen thirties and forties and their salient chemical feature is that they have a carbon fluorine bond, and that's among the strongest of all chemical bonds. It doesn't degrade naturally an environment that can be very useful for some products at lens durability. And also, these compounds can repel water and oil and stains, and so they're widely used in products, such as firefighting foams, nonstick, coatings, carpets, food, packaging, even dental floss some dental floss, it was discovered recently, there are over four thousand of these compounds. But the two most widely studied are called PF OA sometimes referred to as PICO and PFOS those two are no longer in production in the US. What are the impacts of these? Goes on human health were still looking into that. There was a massive epidemiological study called the seat health project, fat looked at people exposed in West Virginia and Ohio, they were exposed to fella, and their drinking water. And in that project what they found was a probable link to six conditions that included high cholesterol, all sort of colitis by ROY disease, stickler cancer, kidney, cancer, and pregnancy induced, hypertension initially, a lot of the Pecos research, focused on these communities, where there had been this high level of exposure, more recent studies, have started looking at the general population, and I think that that's where this gets really interesting because what they're starting to find is that studies are suggesting that even people exposed to what might be referred to his background levels of p fusses show, negative health effects, most interestingly and may be most concerning laid. Some of these negative effects are on the developing fetus babies. So researchers are saying that it can affect, for example, the immune system and these populations. Is there a standard level for what's considered a dangerous p fast level or is that something that's still also being determined? That is very much being determined and a believe it was two thousand and nine the EPA established a health advisory level of six hundred parts per trillion of PF. Oh. A and PFOS combined drinking water. And then in twenty sixteen. They dropped that level significantly to seventy parts per trillion and that in twenty eighteen a branch of the CDC came out with a new study suggesting Twenty-one parts per trillion for PF away and fourteen parts per trillion for PFOS, and then you have some researchers one at Harvard saying one part petroleum is where that level should be. So there's a lad of conversation around. What is a protective level in drinking water, this investigation in the small town has also prompted other areas to look into what their p Fasces levels are, and what has this unveiled one of the interesting consequences of the concerned, citizens work is that shortly after the state of Michigan launched what I believe is the most comprehensive statewide survey searching for pizzas, and they found is that here in Michigan. Nearly one point four million residents are drinking water from orces, contaminated with pitas. It's also showing up and things like foam, that's on our rivers. And so there have been a number of advisories. Do not eat befo. Don't touch the phone fish advisories, dear advisories. It's really extensive ubiquitous exposure to these compounds. And then other states also. Oh, are just starting to look, but nobody has looked quite as comprehensively as the state of Michigan has right. It interesting that all these investigations are being prompted but this also isn't the first time that p asses have been under investigation happened several decades ago as well. Right. Are you referring to the DuPont trial? Yeah. Sometime around nineteen ninety nine early two thousands a cattle farmer in West Virginia suspected that something was going on. Some of his farm land had been purchased by DuPont and not long after that his cattle died, and he wasn't able to get much help locally. And so he ended up going to a Cincinnati-based Turney who sued the company and in the process of that he was able to obtain a lot of internal documents from DuPont. And what he found in those documents was that both DuPont, and three who. Had been making pieces as well. Head Ben documenting negative health effects from exposure, experienced by humans and animals, and that they hadn't done enough to make this available to the PA, for example. And so the attorneys sent these documents to the EPA, and subsequently DuPont, was fined, and three m was fined believe a year later, was around that time that both companies agreed to voluntarily phase out PF away and PFOS. So when they phased them out, they replace them with a different chemical is this one actually safer persists lessen the environment. Well, that is a matter of conversation. They replaced PF away and PFOS those two compounds are known as long chain pieces. They replace them with shorter chain passes. So molecules with fewer carbons and. What we do know is that those carbons don't bio accumulate the same way as the longer chain compounds. And for that reason, there's an assumption out there that these are safer, but there are studies, just starting this is just starting to be studied suggesting that this might not be the case and the national toxicology program. For example, is in the process of starting study of believe it's one hundred twenty five of these lesser known. Short chain compounds to see if they really are safer than the longer chain compounds after this, this fine that they received were their cleanup efforts, or is there, a way to clean up these P asses from water supplies. What we know is that you can use something called granular activated carbon to filter out in particular longer chain passes, so PF away, and PFOS from drinking water, however. That approach. It has variable success with the shorter chain passes which can sometimes break through the filter and they can break through more quickly. So one of the things that water systems are starting to look at is using perhaps a combination of granular activated. Carbon with reverse osmosis, which is a little bit more effective at filtering out short chain passes. All of this though is very expensive. And so that has really put especially some of these smaller municipalities in a tough spot, and others Superfund cleanup sites that kind of thing is there any sort of fund that these local communities can tap into that ole pay for this remediation, one of the things is that because pizza's is not as needed as a hazardous substance. It doesn't qualify as far as I know for cleanup funds through Superfund now, some states are starting to pass their own legislation. In New York, for example, does designate FOSS as a hazardous substance so you can get funding through there. And then the other thing that states are starting to do is actually sue the manufacturers to try and recuperate some of the costs of updating their drinking water systems. Would you say this whole investigation all across the country is still kind of the first step of finding where these sites are? And then the next step of cleanup is still a little bit murkier. Yes. That's very true. Historically are understanding of pizzas and exposure has really been concentrated in these areas around particular very few limited number of military, bases, and also communities that are near manufacturing facilities, and what we're starting to find now is, especially as we have the tools to detect passes at lower levels were finding that these are in drinking water supplies and places, people would never have suspected. But not everybody is looking. And so that's one of the things that I think different states, and different municipalities will be grappling with for years to come. Thank you so much. Sarah. Yes, thank you. Sarah helps is a freelance, writer and senior editor at undock. You can find a link to her story at signs MAG dot org slash podcasts. Stay tuned for an interview with Shaam Gula KOTA on using phones to listen to erections.
GOP Challenges Jerry Nadler's Ability to 'Handle the Gavel'
"To Capitol Hill where Republican Kevin McCarthy goes after House Judiciary chair democrat, Jerry Nadler USA radio's Timberg reports also minority leader Kevin McCarthy from California addresses Wednesdays, huge issue committee vote to hold attorney general Bill, barring contempt of congress during his weekly press conference on Thursday, Nadler can't even handle the gavel not only how he dealt with the last committee hearing, it comes into doubt, regardless of what the issue is whether he's capable of even being a chairman but yesterday he even admitted what he sent in a subpoena was not what his intent was. He was asking in a subpoena for Turney general bar to break the law, otherwise he'd hold in contempt of oh by the full house of representatives is expected on the citation next week
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein resigns, effective May 11
"Here, rod Rosenstein, has w Turney rod Rosenstein is resigning has resigned. He has his submitted his resignation letter to the White House is effective may eleventh as soon as we get more information on this. We will give you the the date on that. But again, rod Rosenstein, deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein has put in his resignation
Philadelphia can exclude foster agency that won't work with same-sex couples
"Philadelphia's prevailed, and it's legal dispute with Catholic social services over the agency's policy of not certifying same sex couples as foster parents KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports Mondays third circuit court ruling up holds the city's right to require contractors to abide by nondiscrimination laws, regardless of their religious, beliefs Catholic social services was seeking an injunction to force the city to renew its contract on the grounds that the city was violating its religious beliefs by requiring the agency not to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, but the three judge panel ruled the city stance on firm ground in requiring it's contractors to abide by its nondiscrimination policies. When administering public services city solicitor. Senator Marcel Pratt praised the ruling, noting it affirms the city does believe in religious liberty or anti discrimination laws and policies. Do not target anyone based on their religious beliefs in the last he wouldn't be surprised if CSS appeals to the supreme court. He thinks the city would win there as a very strong opinion from the third circuit back legally and factually their CSS Norte Turney had an immediate
Trump after Mueller report release: 'I'm having a good day'
"No collusion. There. Two words often muttered by President Trump about the Robert Muller reports, and it's released Thursday morning did find that there was indeed no collusion between the two thousand sixteen campaign and Russia correspondent, Nicole Killian. President Trump flew to Florida Thursday night for the holiday weekend. Happy with the results of the Mueller investigation. I'm having a good day to who was called. No collusion. No, obstruction attorney general William bore held a morning press conference before the report to release the deputy, Turney gentleman. I concluded that the evidence developed by the special counsel is not sufficient to establish that the president committed an instruction of Justice
Racers punch ticket to NCAA tournament
"Racer radio in the Murray. State racers upset Belmont seventy seven to sixty five to clinch Bertha the NCAA tournament racers seventeenth overall Turney bid John Moran with a game. High thirty six points in the win rant leading MAURICE state, helping them to the Ohio valley conference championship. He spoke with ESPN's, Brooke Weisbrod on MAURICE state moving on. Team the concert tickets to the dance. For me being able to go back. Great guys, even the coaches staff. You had an incredible season. This morning. Wing shooting in passing. Tonight. Me. D'amoto freedom back. Try to make the right play. Sometimes. Boston. You. All sign on the same day to day later. You've got to take a road trip down to Murray state to watch a game winner. What is it man developed a program with these guys you guys doing it together? Started last year. We came in and. Just going to try to get back to where. Last year championship and this year. Oh, man. So what we just wanted to? So exciting. Wait to celebrate with your teammates. But can you give us a sense of what does he do in this argument? Could come out. We can get one. Rowdy say.
Trump reportedly wanted loyalist to oversee Cohen probe
"The president is denying a New York Times report that he s then attack acting attorney general Matt Whitaker if he could replace the prosecutor investigating Michael Cohen with someone seen as friendly to the administration, and he'd rather really recused himself from the lower case over a routine conflict of interest issue ABC's. Karen Travers is at the White House. Trump continues to push back on a report in the New York Times that says he asked his former acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker to intervene in the investigation into hush money payments bay by Mr. Trump's former personal Turney Michael Cohen the president writing on Twitter Wednesday morning quote. The New York Times reporting is false times reports that late last year. The president asked Whitaker to appoint a potentially sympathetic US attorney to oversee that
"turney" Discussed on Veterans Helping Veterans
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"turney" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Just drives me nuts. Okay. We'll pick this backup. So back it up just a little bit there because I can hear this. But this is a grown man, who's an attorney. This is a grown man who isn't a Turney. That should have known better. This is a grown man who isn't a Turney that she did on his taxes cheated on his businesses was corrupt and the corruption that it was not doing things for Donald Trump. It was corruption. With his own life his own business practices, and then to walk in there to act like he's some sort of victim of Trump. Oh, I it allowed him to make an incredible amount of money because he worked for Trump not only just directly from Trump. But also indirectly from Trump. And we saw that from the emails that came out as soon as Trump start running for office. This guy was all over it. This guy was all over it. Couldn't wait. I mean could not wait for Donald Trump to run for president because he was going to get on TV, and he was going to be able to make some money and everybody was going to be able to go out, and it was just gonna be incredible. That's what this was anyone. That says anything different is just lying to you. So I I mean this idea that oh now I'm a grown man that was in a Colt euro lawyer, and that's one of the things that all of these commentators on TV or forgetting. They're all forgetting that. He was a lawyer that he knew better than he understands. How colts work? He's this is he's on a different level with knowing what is legal and illegal, and Michael and the and the attorneys today for that said, oh go easy on him. The judge clearly looked at Michael Cohen said you knew what you were doing. You are an attorney you're supposed to be an upholder of the court of upholder of the law. You're an attorney you knew what you were doing was wrong. You knew what you were doing was legal. You knew this. You knew what you were doing when you were cheating. The people was wrong. You're going to go to jail for this. That's what they said. And they were one hundred percent right to say it this way. One hundred percent. It's the Ben Ferguson show five three five nine seven three to Michael Cohen, the.
Russian mercenaries file lawsuit with international court against PMC organizers
"Eight think that a mercenary would buy his or her very nature except the rough with the smooth when it came to employed them and how they were treated well in Russia. This doesn't seem to be the case the country's private military companies or PM sees for short for some time. Now complained of that treatment, technically, they're legal, but their members sometimes receive medals from the Russian state now, these companies are asking the international criminal court prosecute Russia's PM see organizers for war crimes or to find out more. I'm joined now by the Russian analyst and regular monocle twenty four contributor, Stephen DL. Welcome back to the program. Stephen. One that's a suspected the existence of mercenaries. But I think a lot of people were quite surprised to find out the enormously organized nature of these PM sees tell us about it is quite extraordinary. They've actually been around for very long time in Russia's a very convenient way for the Russian state to be able to send well-trained troops effectively troops. I in they're in these groups, and they have military, but the label them as official truth, but to send them into war zones into places where Russia wants to spread his influence, and then if something goes wrong, the Russian state can stand back to nothing to do with us. Really those. There was an attacker. There's a group known as the Wagner group, which is sort of nickname. That's given to them and. Fifty them were killed in American air strike in Syria early this year, which is that's what kind of blew the lid off the whole story of Russian mercenaries. But it's it's been going on back into Soviet times. In fact, I remember in one thousand nine hundred nine in a club for veterans of the Afghan war meeting. A guy a Russian guy who complained bitterly that he had been given no recognition. No, medals. No pension for his work in the Vietnam war. I looked I said, but hang on Russia's and in the Vietnam war. He said, yes, we were. He said officially we weren't. But I was sent in to to do a job. And when I got injured no one wanted to know. So in fact, is there's quite a long history to this. But in recent times, this has been the case in Ukraine in Syria and Libya in the Central African Republic in particular on the other places. Many of these PM sees is private military companies are actually operating and wear. All they we don't know. Exactly. How many there are? The various places like Ukraine, Syria, Libya, and the Central African Republic has been of particular focus this year. It's a an area it's a troubled Republic, but it's a place that has got diamonds uranium a lot of very expensive national natural resources, which the Russians are very keen on having. So that they'd been active there. One of the things I think which gives us a hint, though, as to how big this station is is the fact that this appealed the to the international criminal court, which is this whole thing is bizarre therapy, lettering, officially exist, the Russian constitution, but they're appealing. We know they exist Russians know they exist. But this appeal has been supported by delegates from fifty two regions of Russia now Russia's divided into eighty five calls subjects some of very big. So wasn't quite small. But that means that's more than half, the the the areas of the country with her half these mercenaries. So it it suggests certainly thousands of of men tends to be tends to be men, and maybe a few women involved. But it tends to be men Turney thousands of them in probably hundreds of organizations who've been parachuted in or sending in one way or another these various spots in recent years, and there's no sign of. Stopping how do they actually approach the international criminal court in this context? Given the fact that they don't probably have the assist officials standing that might be necessary, namely, officially they don't actually exist.
Report: Don McGahn has been cooperating "extensively" in special counsel probe
"That the White House is Turney as cooperated extensively. With special, counsel Robert, Muller's probe ABC's Meredith McGraw is traveling with the president in New Jersey hasn't. Trump tweeted quote I allowed White House counsel Don Mcgann and all other requested members of the White House staff to fully cooperate. With special counsel the New York Times first reported that again is talking to Muller's team in an effort to avoid the same fate is. President Nixon's, attorney John dean who flipped on Nixon during Watergate was charged with obstruction of Justice and spend four. Months in prison dean responded to the news by tweeting Mcgann, is doing,
Frederick vigil honors slain Colorado mom Shanann Watts and her daughters
"Disgusting story out of, Colorado a husband of a pregnant woman who went on the. Air we have some audio about two seconds went on the. Air as I please help me find my wife and two. Daughters my pregnant wife husband a pregnant woman who went missing with her two daughters arrested after confessing to killing them and dumping their bodies hours after making this. Plea, no I wasn't gonna kiss them the bed. Tonight it. Was that's why last night it was. Horrible you're out? There Come back like if somebody hazardous. Please, bring her back I need to see everybody. Knew everybody. Again this house is not complete with. Without anybody here That. Makes me. Sad is horrible to, me and Mike has. Regular official Turney Lisa Lanier as well. We, have some questions for her name is Chris watts They were from North Carolina have. Been in Colorado for. A little bit of time he's thirty three years old Is, been, taking the custody and, he last saw his wife Shannon on Monday at five fifteen an and. He said well we had a, disagreement then I went to work and, I came home and they weren't here he was calling it a gap referring to it as an emotional conversation but he didn't really go into any detail about what it was about who was angry if it was the guy angry at his wife or. If. It was the white angry at the husband and then his wife fifteen weeks pregnant with their third child yeah and then now we know that. He killed his daughter Bella who's. Four and Celeste who's three, and they are the cutest, kids, you'll ever see and of course his poor wife so whatever the argument wise whatever the emotional conversation wise I I read that he really wanted his wife. To, suffer, and he murdered their two children and made sure that his wife knew so he murdered their children I oh my God. Made sure that his wife New and then murdered his wife and then acted as if nothing had happened to just a typical day and then all of a sudden your wife your pregnant wife and. Your. Two beautiful daughters go missing and you make a plea to the FBI saying I don't really know what happened yeah apparently went to work while. After no he killed his family. And then bury adopt their, body somewhere seriously killed your, whole, world in your life now let's go to work I mean talking about a
Matt Lauer Has Agreed to Pay Annette Roque $20 Million in Divorce Settlement, Source Says
"But the lead story has to. Do with former today show co host Matt Lauer, tell us what's going on with him because we haven't heard too much about, him since this how Shocking shocking allegations that happened last. Fall Very very exciting news and thank you, again for having me on your. Show Frankie it all of Frankie's listener so Matt Lauer has agreed to pay his ex wife, up to twenty. Million dollars a divorce which is, nutty according to the New York Post Matt Lauer is bending over backwards to, give his soon to be ex wife everything she wants. In her divorce and they were divorced pardon me including a multimillion dollar payout because he feels so guilty for cheating with multiple women at work according to his, friends or going to various friends lower who was axed by NBC bosses in November of last year for a string of inappropriate affairs has already agreed to pay her met nearly for twenty years up, to twenty, million page six revealed based of? Course, is part of the New York yeah Yeah This is a lot I am. Shot, yeah a lot of, money an awful lot of. Money he must have it. Though Absolutely the. Couple is now getting along pretty well. They're, both spending time in, twelve bedroom Hamptons house which. Is which is not
U.S. extends small olive branch to North Korea on humanitarian aid
"That the police have a lot of work to do in restoring. Trust in these communities and getting people to come forward And I Those who are guilty of doing these shootings President, Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani blamed the shootings on Democrats who have. Long run the city, Chicago's mayor didn't respond CBS. News update I'm Wendy Gillette the Trump administration extending an olive branch to. North Korea the new procedures came in response to requests by the North, Korean government as well as by Boko and repeated pleas by the UN relief chief Mark Lowcock who said that the world has largely overlooked humanitarian crisis in North Korea where ten million people or forty percent of the population need you manage, -tarian aid and we're more than one quarter of children are stunted due to the lack of. Adequate, food well they survived the Sutherland springs church massacre and now they're suing academy. Sports doors a. Couple claims the Texas store should not have sold and shipped a gun to the, Colorado address the. Gunman, Devin Kelly Colorado does not allow us residents to own the type, of rifle That he bought della civil Turney Raggi Don says this type of suit will. Be a difficult. One to win now just because you sell somebody at gun doesn't mean you knew, or should have. Known, that that person's going to use that gun in a mass murder The couple seeks more than one million dollars each Kelly kill twenty six people including a pregnant woman, who had gathered at.
KFI, Pasadena and Chargers discussed on Bill Handel
"At the Pasadena convention. Center What's the catch Get out some always wanted. To. Eat lucky okay Jason Nathanson post a. Really good question did elf ever? Eat a cat No he tried many times to eat cats on the show like you would there were always these great funny. Scenes where he'd be sitting at. The. Table with two pieces of bread and. It'd be looking at the cat Any pick the cat lucky up and he'd put him in between the two Or he he opened his. Mouth. And try to try to eat lucky said. But then he'd, always stop yes if you want to, see an alien, alien but I mean if you want to see a creature eat a cat you have to go see that shape of water movie Well this weekend is the comic con of cats you can't bring your. Own cat that you can. Come dressed up as cats apparently people come dressed like. In cat costumes with capes like, cats superheroes there's all this catch wag and then the Pasadena humane societies, like the adoption ambassador so they'll bring lake lake there like every other shelter in LA county they are just so overcrowded so they're going to bring all of their cats, there so you can. Adopt a cat get catch wag or just go cat crazy at cat con in Pasadena and there's actually a very good reason. You might want to do it, that we will talk. About right, after this break as handle on the news continues KFI AM six forty. Jennifer Jones Lee you have some news now some ready made salads, and wraps are being recalled. Because. The lettuce might be contaminated with hair ascites. The food was, sold at stores like trader Joe's Walgreens, and Kroger we, got a complete list from the USDA add KFI AM Six forty dot. Com China's called on America to stay level headed and correct its attitude. On tariffs the US trade. Representative announced yesterday, it was considering a tariff rate of twenty. Five percent instead of ten percent for two hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods. And pope Francis has changed the Roman Catholic churches position on the, death. Penalty the pope says capital punishment is always inadmissible because attacks human dignity we'll take. A look at your commute with the KFI in the sky in the. Five next Los Angeles chargers. Fans the team is working out at training camp every. Week there August twenty third and, you can see everyone up close and personal Jack Hamid sports complex in, Costa Mesa and it's absolutely free get up close and personal to Philip rivers and Joey Bosa Derwin James and the Melvin Ingram and Gordon join us in the high five, zone welcome players to. The practice field you can meet and take pictures with your favorite chargers girls chargers fans zone interactive games for all ages visit. Chargers dot com backslash camp and, click on training camp. For more, information after an accident people are emotional and confused so what What happens when people call Turney. Sweet James bergener John James juries will always. Pick up the phone even if it's two AM a lot. Of times people are hurt and in pain and they don't know what to do so even if it's a minor..
"turney" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Turney cats. So good to be with you On Facebook Tony cats radio. We stream the show from time to time this is one of those times I got to for first we did the story talked about this homeless man, in Florida who had gone into a McDonalds he wanted to get. A, job homeless wanted to get a job well there's a little more to the story, than, we first, told because, what, McDonald's says, listen no, problem hiring you this the the the franchisee but, but you have to shave and you. Need you need. An ID near driver's license you need something. We need to know where to pay you. We have rules that. We have, to follow you need this information So the guy goes his name is. Phil by the way He he got himself a razor but he didn't have a mirror trying to shave. Without being able, to see the cop? Drives by comes up. It was like what are you. Doing filling, Swain's the story I'm trying to. Get this John they, say I need to shave China shave so cops like here I got you covered and. Helps him, shape because I could say I can do it you know it's gonna Barbies literally helps the guy, shave and we thought that was. The end of the story not the end of the story the end of the story is that Senator Marco Rubio heard about the story and then found out about the fact that he didn't have. A job because he didn't have any kind of. Government ID so Senator, Rubio contacts the police officer officer Carlson They're able to get with the Florida Department of highway.
"turney" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Twenty, percent down Mortgage we still had thirty. Grand left, in the Bank no all onto all I was trying to. Figure out is how the kids are going to be affected by this idea but it sounds like, they're sounds like they're they're, totally they're going to be fun with it so yeah you know it the we've our divorce complete in October Yes at that point when the divorce. Is, complete, and the properties in, your name I would sell them That argument to quick clean be. There in on I'm ready to so I start I was going to. Hold. It. And that's a rental but it's for. Me just you're not. Your landlord right now you're broke exactly yeah I think you're making, a good move it's, a clean slate you've gone through a hard time emotionally and heartbreak and everything else. And you're, starting over but you're gonna start. Over with almost no debt and soon to be no debt and, yes I think that's a great move if you're going to liquidate these properties before the divorce is final make sure your Turney is in the loop on that and. Goes. Along with that because I don't want that to come back and bite you, in change the settlement Understand but other than that you. Know. If. The divorce was final I'd do it. Today but if it's. Not final I want some assurance that that you don't sell these, houses and pay off, your debt and then she wants after business or something that wouldn't be that would. Not have, worked to your advantage obviously then. So we gotta have all that locked in dialed in but good, question I'm sorry you're going through this open phones.
Oakland, Glen Bank and Yankees discussed on Live on Sunday Nights its Bill Cunningham
"Studios in los angeles steve sicker france won the world cup final today four to overweigh shift france was ranked seventh in the world coming into the tournament and then went six zero with one tie it tied it's last tuneup game before the turney that was against the us last month in france with a one one final france said only one shot in the first half today but led to two one still at the time thanks to an own goal and a penalty kick france had also won a world capping nine hundred ninety eight which it hosted kilian mbappe a scored in the sixty fifth minute today he's only nineteen years old so he wasn't even born when france wanted all twenty years ago france will be the host country for the women's world cup next summer also on fox tv novak djokovic took the wimbledon final his fourth career title their major league baseball is now on all star break the cubs were winners again at san diego seven four colorado when it's fifth at a row four three over seattle on a walk off homer oakland and the dodgers got wins boston as well cleveland beat the yankees five to fifth in a row four three over seattle on a walk off home oakland and the dodgers got wins boston as well cleveland beat the yankees five to glen bank small morning.
Trump, Texas and Mcgowan discussed on Sam Nation
"First time since president trump signed his executive order children and parents are not being split up at the border rate of vlada now has more from mcallen texas today in mcgowan we saw migrants shuttled eighteen and out of the courthouse on buses just like this one an immigration attorney we spoke to told us that for the first time since the executive order was signed he's noticing children and parents have not been swallowed up the sounds of chains carried into the federal courthouse chains to be put on migrants after court proceedings they'll be put on this bus headed to a detention center today a first inside this courthouse the difference that we saw today is that since may twenty four that we've been coming to the courthouse there were no parents being criminally prosecuted who had been separated from their children and turney representing migrant families says this may be a result of the executive order but still no clarity from the government to limit we started talking to them they were for the most part historical they broke down they were extremely grateful but also terrified now a warning attorneys tell us that scammers have started targeting families that have been separated offering them reunions for thousands of dollars he is warning folks to be careful as far as reunions there is still clarity from the government that attorney tells us as to when or how these families will be reunited reporting from mcallen texas i'm revia for nbc news dozens of people right now are on a mission with a message waves of walkers have been making their way from orange county to downtown la they're fifty mile walking pilgrimages in support of the plight of emigrants organizers say it's a time for prayer and reflection for those who've recently suffered separation from their children understand the need for families to be together bill room to have with them are prayer and plead is that our legislators come together in reason our fair immigration law the walking pilgrimage and sunday with a mass at the cathedral of our lady of angels in downtown la checks trafficking bust in one of the busiest parts of the san fernando valley and police say it's all part of a much bigger problem but first service dog band the breed the delta says is no longer welcome on its flights anger i miller radar network says relief is on the way on the first weekend of summer with that means for your neighborhood coming right up my first one nbc four today in la now a half hour earlier and that half hour more weekday mornings at four just before macintyre in the morning with.
"turney" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only
"Abortion in certain circumstances such as when people discovered that the pregnancy that they were carrying a fatal feet abnormality on those bills have always been struck down on constitutional all of the attorney general turney everyone else all the legal advisers have said we can't bring this bill it's directly contradictory with our constitution so we can't do that so it it is interesting to me that yeah states could make laws that don't work yet but might wear something happens the future bizarre away what's the limit of that i mean you could pass all kinds of ex if in the future of its legal for the robot overlords this but i think it just goes to show how dedicated a lot of people in my country are to that 'cause i think actually i looked at the numbers before and i've looked at approval rating for roe v wade and it's gotten better but then you look at the partisan breakdown and it turns out that republicans have stay almost the same as they were back in the seventies or whatever and all the improvement in terms of support for roe v wade is just come on the left which is scary it's scary that there's a a side of of of my country that's just frozen in time regarding abortion rights so i hope this isn't like a crossroad like we're meeting right now and then you're you know you guys are on a jet up yet and we're we're we're going to the handmaid's tale over here so yeah just trying to escape that.
"turney" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Folks who've who've been addicted but but but talk about and i don't know if people actually spend time thinking about this this cohort of people who and we'll talk about how they got hooked on these things but who got hooked on these things they continue through life i mean just tease that out for because i'm not sure that people spend that much time yep so incredibly the work that an opioid drug does on the human brain is really irreversible and if it and at best you can correct it to some extent but once one becomes addicted to an opiate it's a life it's it's it it lasts for the rest of your life their statistics show that even the wealthiest families once a person gets hit on opiates they can they can have the best treatment the best care and they at best have a fifty fifty chance at living the natural course of their life just because it's such a strong changer of the infrastructure and how the brain works okay and so let's talk about the before we get to the hearings this week and and i know that you have hearing in in regards to your case tell us about the other side of this now there's been stories about the manufacturers of opioids and then we know that it goes from there into into the distributors of opioids and then down to the doctors and then the end users and i guess the pharmacies where along that spectrum have you as a turney decided to focus your attention.
"turney" Discussed on #Viral with Natalie Alzate
"I mean i've had like different managers and i've had my agent i had my turney my attorney has been with me the longest because he's always making sure that you know everything's done right at you know i'm not i'm signing everything so no one's gonna steal my content or do you know all that kind of stuff so he's been with me the longest on my team in the my agent and then my manager i'd had for like maybe like you and me two years now would you say it's hard to bring on new people onto the team like managing people and kind of like getting someone that understands your entire vision like how is that how me about that process yeah because it's really important that they really understand who you are right what you wanna do and are they are they wanting to work with you on the same things you wanna see or do they just have a game plan for the vision that they see for you because that may not be the vision that you have for yourself which you know you have to get to know each other and it does take a lot of time we're now they know like all can he's not gonna wanna do those kind of things or is she does want to do these things and then it's not and i'm not a confrontational person so that's been really hard for me because it's hard for me to be like i don't want to do this and i don't like that but as i've gotten more into doing this and i'm like look i got to stand up for myself because i'm going to be walked all over and i'm going to do a bunch of things i don't want to do and i can still say i don't wanna do it in a nice way i don't have to argue about it but that's been the biggest thing for me is developing that to be like no you say no go with your gut always go with your gut instinct if something feels right or wrong and anytime i don't listen to it.