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Federal government executes Wesley Ira Purkey, 2nd man put to death this week after 17-year hiatus

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00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Federal government executes Wesley Ira Purkey, 2nd man put to death this week after 17-year hiatus

"The federal government has carried out its second execution this week will clock reports 68 year old Wesley perky, violently raped and murdered 16 year old Jennifer long before dismembering, burning and dumping her body in a septic pond. In Kansas. He'd been on federal death row for 17 years and had argued he shouldn't be executed via lethal injection because he was suffering from dementia. In his final statement, however, he was of sound enough mind to remember his victim's name apologizing to the family, saying he deeply regrets the pain and suffering he had caused them. Before going on to call his execution. A sanitized murder. The long family reacted. He's not very genuine. He's He's a very manipulative individual

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"wesley ira" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:41 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on AP News

"Masks, They're already required at 80% of target. Stores. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Donahue. Another 1.3 million people file claims for unemployment benefits last week. The recent spike in Corona virus cases has the claims number stuck around that amount. In Texas Governor Grant Abbott is telling people where a mask if everyone will adopt the face mask requirement, and we're face mask we will be able to get control of Kobe 19. The Republican National Committee is scaling back its convention next month in Jacksonville. The AP Sakuma Ghani reports Corona virus cases are spiking in Florida. The RNC says they will sharply restrict attendance on the convention's 1st 3 nights, allowing only the roughly 2500 regular delegates to be Place. The final night is when President Trump will deliver his acceptance speech at the RNC says delegates, alternates and guests will be allowed to attend. GOP moved most of the convention to Jacksonville from Charlotte after North Carolina officials ruled out a full capacity crowd. The RNC had hoped to plan a traditional convention but says it had to adjust with the new confirmed virus cases booming in Florida. Soccer Megane Washington, Britain, The United States and Canada are accusing Russia of trying to steal information from Corona virus vaccine researchers last week, FBI Director Chris Ray said. It's not just Russia China is working to compromise American healthcare organizations, pharmaceutical companies. An academic institutions conducting essential Cove in 19 research. Public schools in Richmond, Virginia, will hold only online classes this fall for all grade levels because of the virus. Stocks have moved lower in midday trading on Wall Street. His lawyers say he had dementia and was unfit to be executed. But Wesley Ira perky, died today by lethal injection in Indiana. It was the second federal execution in three days after nearly two decade hiatus. This is AP News Retail sales spiked in June before a reemergence of the Corona virus. The Census Bureau says retail sales increased 7.5% in June. A brutal plunge in March in April was offset by a rebounded May in June. Spending at bars and restaurants jumped 20% last month, but it's still down 26% from a year ago. Sales said Clothier has more than doubled from May to June yet are still down 23% from a year ago. J. C. Morgan Chase Analysis of credit card sales shows The recovery in retail sales began to stall late last month as Coben 19 cases surged..

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"wesley ira" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:00 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on AP News

"The United States government has carried out its second execution. This week, Wesley Ira perky was put to death at the Federal Correctional Complex in Terra Haute, Indiana by lethal injection. Perky was convicted of kidnapping and killing 16 year old Jennifer Long in Missouri before dismembering, burning and dumping her body in a septic pond. He expressed remorse before his execution, saying he regretted the pain and suffering had caused the Supreme Court cleared the way for Perkies execution to take place just hours before Perkies lawyers contended he had dementia along with other severe mental health conditions and was unfit to be executed. I'm Ben Thomas. The United States government has put to death a Kansas man convicted of a gruesome 1998 kidnapping and killing but whose lawyers contended he had dementia and was unfit to be executed. The Supreme Court cleared the way for the execution of Wesley Ira, perky in a 54 decision before liberal justices dissented with Justice Sonia Sotomayor, writing that grave questions and factual findings regarding Perkies mental competency cast a shroud of constitutional doubt over the most Revokable of injuries. It was the federal government second execution after a 17 year hiatus. Daniel Lewis Lee was put to death Tuesday and the third man is scheduled to be executed Friday. Dustin Honkin is described as a drug kingpin from Iowa who was convicted of killing five people in a scheme to silence former dealers. I'm Ben Thomas, Britain, The U. S and Canada have accused Russia of trying to steal information from research is seeking a cove 8 19 vaccine. Three nations alleged that hacking Group a PT 29 also known as cozy Bear, and said to be part of the Russian intelligence service is a talking academic and pharmaceutical research institutions involved in Corona virus vaccine development. Returns. The National Cybersecurity Center made the announcement, which is coordinated with authorities in the U. S on Canada. The persistent and ongoing attacks are seen by intelligence officials as an effort to steal intellectual property rather than to disrupt research zero Shockley London The number of laid off workers seeking jobless aid last week was 1.3 million. For the 17th straight week. Unemployment claims were over the one million mark. Mark Camera with bankrate dot com puts that in perspective. A year ago, claims were at 217,000. So when we get something that's 1.1 million new claims above a year ago that tells you just how serious the situation with the job market is. And it most likely won't improve with covert 19 cases rising in 40 states as we've seen this dramatic re emergence of Coke With 19. It really does risk that the economy will face another leg down. Florida is one example is that states claims doubled last week as the virus surged. Shelly Adler, Washington Corona virus Update. I'm Rita Foley with an AP News minute It looks like a lot of companies are still cutting job, says the Corona virus pandemic ratchets up. 1.3 million Americans applied for unemployment. Last week. AP correspondent Shelly Adler with what this means for the 17th straight week, unemployment claims were over The one million mark. Mark Hamrick with bankrate dot com puts that in perspective. A year ago, claims were at 217,000. So when we get something that's 1.1 million new claims above a year ago that tells you just how serious the situation with the job market is, and it most like We won't improve with covert 19 cases rising in 40 states. It really does risk that the economy will face another leg down Shelly after Washington 22 states have either paused, reopening their economies reverse their re openings. I'm Rita Foley thiss.

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AP News

04:20 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on AP News

"The Catholic Church's holiest sites. Lourdes in France is holding its first ever online pilgrimage. Mark the anniversary of claims by 1/19 century girl, Bernadette, that the Virgin Mary appeared to her. Ed Donahue. AP News AP News Good Morning I made Donna once again Last week, about 1.3 million people filed claims for unemployment. Bankrate dot coms. Mark Cameron says it reflects the status of the Corona virus in the U. S. As we've seen this dramatic re emergence of Copan, 19 it really does risk that the economy will face another leg down. Claims doubled in states like Florida. The increase was 1/3 in Georgia, the governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp, Has avoided any local mandate in the state to wear a face mask. In another hot spot in Florida, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez is telling people to be smart communication in the absence of a vaccine is our vaccine. The U. S. Is joining Britain and Canada and accusing Russia of trying to steal research into a Corona virus vaccine. The AP Sandra Mahogany has the story. The three nations say a Russian intelligence linked hacking group known as cozy Bear. Is attacking research institutions involved in virus vaccine development. Intelligence officials believe the aim is stealing intellectual property rather than disrupting the research. The U. S. Has been accusing China of similar things. For months, China is working to compromise American healthcare organizations, pharmaceutical companies and academic institutions conducting essential Covad 19 research FBI director Chris Ray last week at the Hudson Institute. Cozy Bear was one of two Moscow linked groups that hacked the Democratic National Committee's computers before the 2016 election. Soccer Megane Washington Because of the pandemic, the Republican National Committee is sharply restricting attendance on three of the four Knights of its convention in Jacksonville, Florida next month. Retail sales climbed in June, but that was before Corona virus infection started to spike again in many parts of the country. Wesley IRA perky died by lethal injection in Indiana, the second federal execution this week. After nearly two decade hiatus. This is AP News A rapper says she is recovering from gunshot wounds making the stallion writes on Instagram. She was the victim of a crime committed with the intent to physically harm her on Sunday, she just not give details of who or why, she says police drove her to a hospital where she had surgery to remove the bullets. Megan says she's grateful to be alive and she's expected to make a full recovery. Los Angeles Police have no comment on the incident, but Officer Jeff Lee confirms that repertory lanes was arrested on a concealed weapons charge. Lance was with Megan at the time of the incident. Jail record show lanes has been released after posting bail. I'm Margie Szaroleta police in Florida, say several spirit airline employees were injured. Attacked by three women who were apparently upset that their flight from Fort Lauderdale to Philadelphia had been delayed. Officers say the women used phones, shoes, full water bottles, metal boarding signs and fast food. To attack the workers at Donahue. AP News The US is joining Britain and Canada and accusing Russia of trying to steal information from researchers working on a covert 19 vaccine. The three nations say a Russian intelligence linked hacking group known as Cozy Bear is attacking research institutions involved in virus vaccine development. Intelligence officials believe the aim is stealing intellectual property rather than disrupting the research. The U. S. Has been accusing China of similar things. For months, China is working to compromise American healthcare organizations, pharmaceutical companies and academic institutions conducting essential Covad 19 research FBI director Chris Ray last week at the Hudson Institute. Cozy Bear was one of two Moscow linked groups that hacked the Democratic National Committee's computers before the 2016 election. Soccer Megane Washington. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press produces news related books? Here's what's new enough coming first pet presidential dogs, cats and other critters. Deadly force. Fatal confrontations.

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"wesley ira" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:37 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Donahue. Another 1.3 million people file claims for unemployment benefits last week. The recent spike in Corona virus cases has the claims number stuck around that amount. In Texas Governor Greg Abbott is telling people where a mask if everyone will adopt the face mask requirement, and we're face mask we will be able to get control of Kobe 19. The Republican National Committee is scaling back its convention next month in Jacksonville. The AP Sakuma Ghani reports Corona virus cases are spiking in Florida. The RNC says they will sharply restrict attendance on the convention's 1st 3 nights, allowing only the roughly 2500 regular delegates to be Place. The final night is when President Trump will deliver his acceptance speech at the RNC says delegates, alternates and guests will be allowed to attend. The GOP moved most of the convention to Jacksonville from Charlotte after North Carolina officials ruled out a full capacity crowd. The RNC had hoped to plan a traditional convention but says it had to adjust with the new confirmed virus. Cases Booming in Florida soccer Megane Washington, Britain, The United States and Canada are accusing Russia of trying to steal information from Corona virus vaccine researchers Last week, FBI director Chris Ray said. It's not just Russia. China is working to compromise American healthcare organizations, pharmaceutical companies and academic institutions conducting essential Covert 19 research. Public schools in Richmond, Virginia, will hold only online classes this fall for all grade levels because of the virus. Stocks have moved lower in midday trading on Wall Street. His lawyers say he had dementia and was unfit to be executed. But Wesley Ira perky, died today by lethal injection in Indiana. It was the second federal execution in three days after nearly two decade hiatus. This is AP News Retail sales spiked in June before a reemergence of the Corona virus. The Census Bureau says retail sales increased 7.5% in June. A brutal plunge in March and April was offset by a rebounded May in June. Spending at bars and restaurants jumped 20% last month, but it's still down 26% from a year ago. Sales said Clothier has more than doubled from May to June yet are still down 23% from a year ago. J. C. Morgan Chase Analysis of credit card sales shows The recovery in retail sales began to stall late last month as covert 19 cases surged..

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"wesley ira" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:41 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And where's I think I've got a story in that because that was just an absolutely appalling story. This Supreme Court decision that has the Democrats all upset. I've got some stories. I don't know where have stories and I want to. I want to get to this, Michael actually. Cause I want to get to this other thing from the From the stories list today, the story's list the list of story and I'm having a serious of technical difficulties today that have made life a little more difficult, But let me get to where I need to be here. Because this is this is kind of and this was one of the things that made me laugh this morning, you know. Death penalty on the news media. US Execute Second man in week semi colon They love their semi colon. Lawyer said he had dementia had dementia. The murder had you can't kill him. He's got dementia. He's been in jail for 22 years awaiting execution. Liberals have been fighting against his execution while arguing for increased funding for planned parenthood because there are too many black people in the world. By the way, both people executed this week for their murders were white, which is why you haven't heard anything about it. United States on Thursday carried out its second federal execution in three days following a high highest of nearly two decades. I think it's 17 years Killing by lethal injection, a Kansas man whose lawyers contended he had dementia and was unfit to be executed. Now you really hit the bottom of the barrel if you have been determined to be unfit to be executed. Wesley Ira perky was put to death in the federal collection complex. Terra Haute, Indiana. His sentence was executed for kidnapping and killing a 16 year old girl Jennifer long before dismembering, burning and dumping her body into a septic pond. Now see Democrats look at that and say what? What's the What's the problem? You know, you gotta break a few eggs. He was also convicted in a state court canvas in Kansas, rather off using a claw hammer. To murder an 80 year old woman who had polio. Now the Democrats are very upset. They want to protect this person and increased funding for Planned parenthood because in there squirrely brains that makes a lot of sense to them. And this is what they're upset about. The Democrats are very, very upset. And, of course, the Ford Democratic appointees on the Supreme Court. It was a five for this one to the Supreme Court last night, and they decided about another last gasp Hollywood style running down the hall with the paper. And Ruth Bader Ginsburg was up at 2 a.m. rendering a verdict that the murderer with the claw Hammer and the polio 80 year old in the 16 year old girl with the dismembered, burned body in the pool of species that they wanted to protect this guy, so all four Democratic point because they care very deeply about human life. And increased funding for Planned parenthood. So it's a 54 decision overnight because they really just humanity is not really their thing at all. They don't like people and I was reading it was reading another story about it. From the the Reuters news agency. And this this is the one that kind of made me left a taste more than the other one. The other one wasn't too funny, but the but the idea that four off for Democrats no, he should live. He might have dementia, but you should have executed him after two years in prison instead of 22 years in prison. Because Democrats have been throwing themselves in front of trains since then, But they've got a remarkable piece, The Reuter, the Reuters news agency, and I was I was juggling about it because at the end of the story They said that their reporter was reporting from Bangalore, India. They're reporter was reporting from Bangalore, India, and I was kind of laughing about this because it was the middle of the night, you know, And and I I did a little research on this. Why was the reporter coming to us from Bangalore, India. I wanted to know, And it turns out that the Reuters news agency gives people the late nights off stuff. So they they have their their reporter in Bangalore, India, pick up the story from there and ready, which is outsourcing of jobs, of course to India so that American reporters don't have to stay up late. That's it. That's the part that made me laugh right now. Let's get back to some some audio of the president United States because this was This was amusing yesterday, and he's talking about execution for a AH leader of M s 13. And this has the Democrats upset, too, because they liked to protect people that hack teenage girls to death with machetes. You know, that's one of their constituencies. Also, people on death row who murder little girls and chop up and burn their bodies and throw man. You know that That's thes air potential Democrat voters as long as you don't execute them, so President Trump talking about we've had. I don't even know how many six little girls raped at from Montgomery County schools by by illegal immigrants, many of whom are M s 13 members and their scarred for life from The Washington Post doesn't cover it in the local stations, with the exception of one local station doesn't care about them. So Emma's 13 hacking people death with machetes all over the country, Big International transnational terrorist organization. They have designated a terrorist organization and this leader Love of 13 has been arrested and they're going to seek the death penalty and the Democrats will oppose it Hears sound bite number one President Trump yesterday at the White House has been a problem for a country for a long time. We've taken him out by the thousands, well, radical left wing.

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Wesley Ira Purkey executed by lethal injection, the second federal execution this week

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

Wesley Ira Purkey executed by lethal injection, the second federal execution this week

"Government has carried out its second execution This week, Wesley Perky, was put to death at a federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana. This morning. The 68 year old perky was convicted. In 2003 for the rape and murder of a 16 year old girl in Missouri. He's the second federal inmate executed this week. Daniel Lewis Lee was put to death on Tuesday, the first federal inmate to be executed in 17 years.

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"wesley ira" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:36 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Here are three things to know this morning. Florida today reports 14,000 new covert cases second highest total yet and the highest number of deaths so far 156 in the past day Do the U. S. Supreme Court has carried out this morning. It's second federal execution this week. A second and only 17 years killing by lethal injection, a Kansas man whose lawyers contended he had dementia and execution, enabled by a Supreme Court ruling at three o'clock this morning, a 54 decision Before he died. Wesley Ira perky expressed remorse for the pain and suffering that he caused the father of the girl he killed, says he hopes perky quote rots in hell Third thing more of US lost jobs last week. Unemployment claims up 1.3 million in New Jersey, where about one in four workers is filed for benefits for unemployment. And where claims were so backlogged. Some in the state Senate say Governor Murphy can open motor vehicle offices. He can open unemployment offices, too. The attack on four police officers on the Brooklyn Bridge yesterday at this time happened on the same afternoon when Mayor de Blasio signed a set of police reform bills, including one that prohibits sitting kneeling or standing on the chest or back in a manner that compresses the diaphragm while making an arrest. NYPD chief of department, Terrence Monahan, One of the uniformed officers who was hurt in the incident joined us this morning and I asked him about the so called diaphragm Bill. As you saw on the bridge yesterday, we as the New York City Police Department. We can't concern ourselves with that when we're making an arrest. When we were struggling fight with that guy I can think about is my needing to go across his back and I I have to get that individual into custody before someone else gets seriously injured. Their ways that you know, I've spoken to every one of our days here in the city, and that portion of the bell they don't think is impossible. Honestly believe there are constitutional issues with it. It violates state law. He costs we give out powers to make arrests with state which we're police officers throughout the state of New York, and we're allowed to use reasonable force to make an arrest. And municipalities throughout the state. I don't believe in these. This is what the lawyers say that municipalities around the state shouldn't be able to determine watch reasonable force different in different parts of the state. So the idea that in Queens if I put my Neon, someone's back. I'm violating a crime. But if I crossed the border chasing someone into NASA, it's no longer a crime. 30 unions and everyone else are making. No, The lawyers are going to look into whether or not that portions constitutional, but there's a place department. We just have to deal with it. Continue to do what? We don't make arrests when we have to, just like we did yesterday. Then he makes arrests. That's Terence Monahan, the Top uniformed police officer actually goes out there and and deals with the violence in the streets at times, as was the case yesterday, he says. New York Er's need to stop listening to extreme voices on the right and the left and come together in the middle because, he says, we all want the same thing. Be safe. CBS NEWS Time. 10 48 Let's get the update on traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by your Tri state. Mercedes dealers. Here's Jim Feldman. Thanks, Wayne. Slow on the westbound side of the Lady between the fairgrounds, too. After Woodhaven Boulevard, your 80th street That is an accident blocking Elaine North out Whitestone Expressway now slow starting at Linden Place on the ramp to the Whitestone Bridge. That's construction that they set up on that ramp that has the left lane blocked off. Alternate side parking rules suspended through Sunday, but the meter's air still in effect and our next traffic update less than 10 minutes away.

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"wesley ira" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:03 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"B ht to Minneapolis ST. Pol radio dot com. Is CBS NEWS on the hour? Your home for original reporting? I'm Deborah Rodriguez Corona virus is spreading in 41 states. Hospitals are overflowing in more school districts are going virtual But Georgia Governor Ryan Kemp is barring local governments from mandating facemasks, CBS's David Beg. Now I want to read you a tweet from the mayor of Savannah. It's officially official Governor. Kemp does not give a damn about us every man and woman for himself herself, ignore the science and survived the best you can. Correspondent Peter King has more from Florida. Broward County has mask orders in place. Other restrictions could becoming Vice mayor Stephen Geller. I expect with him the next week or two, we're goingto have to again ordered a complete shutdown and Our That's because the case numbers keep rising in the area north of Miami, With eight straight days of at least 1000 new cases, positive test rate is tripled to nearly 15% the past month. Broward has just put new restrictions on restaurants and short term vacation rentals, and more rollbacks could come If case numbers don't go down the surgeon cases and rolled back re openings are taking a toll on American workers. Another 1.3 million filed for unemployment benefits last week. Bankrate smart camera frustrating reality Here is the new claims have remained above a 1,000,000 Suns exploding in late March and dipped below two million and late May. It's just really true. That improvement has proved harder to come by. In recent weeks, retail sales were up a better than expected 7.5%. Right now, the Dow is down 70 points. Ah, Second man on federal Death row has been executed. Wesley Ira perky, was convicted of kidnapping and killing a 16 year old, then dumping her body in a septic pond. He died at the same penitentiary in Indiana at Daniel Lewis Lee, who became the first federal inmate executed in 17 years. This week. One of Jeffrey Epstein's alleged victims is speaking out for the first time since Gullane Maxwell was denied bail in New York this week from her home in Australia. Virginia Jew Fray tells CBS's Gayle King Maxwell should spend the rest of her life in prison. She is a monster. She she's worse than lapsing. She she did things even worse than that seem did she was vicious. She was evil, and she's a woman. Maxwell is accused of grooming teenaged girls to have sex with the lake pedophile, a backlash against police as left some New York City officers in bad shape. They were attacked by demonstrators with bats on the Brooklyn Bridge. Chief of department Terrence Monahan. Among the injured, he tells WCBS radio a little bit bruised up some cuts and what not, but I'm okay. Some of my cops aren't as good a shape as I am. There's still out sick. The Dow now down more than 100 points. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio, 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today. From the downtown.

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"wesley ira" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

03:03 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"I'm Deborah Rodriguez Corona virus is spreading in 41 states. Hospitals are overflowing in more school districts are going virtual. But Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is barring local governments from mandating facemasks. CBS's David Beg. No, I want to read you a tweet from the mayor of Savannah. It's officially official Governor. Kemp does not give a damn about us every man and woman for himself herself, ignore the science and survive the best you can. Correspondent Peter King has More from Florida. Broward County has mask orders in place of the restrictions could becoming Vice mayor Stephen Geller. I expect with him the next week or two, we're goingto have to again ordered a complete shutdown in Broward. That's because the case numbers keep rising in the area north of Miami, With eight straight days of at least 1000 new cases, positive test rate is tripled to nearly 15% the past month. Broward has just put new restrictions on restaurants and short term vacation rentals, and more rollbacks could come if case number. Don't go down the surgeon cases and rolled back re openings are taking a toll on American workers. Another 1.3 million filed for unemployment benefits last week. Bankrate smart camera frustrating reality. Here is the new claims have remained above a 1,000,000 Suns exploding in late March and dipped below two million and late May. It's just really true. That improvement is proved harder to come by. In recent weeks, retail sales were up a better than expected 7.5%. Right now, the Dow is down 70 points. Ah, Second man on federal Death row has been executed. Wesley Ira perky, was convicted of kidnapping and killing a 16 year old, then dumping her body in a septic pond. He died at the same penitentiary in Indiana at Daniel Lewis Lee, who became the first federal inmate executed in 17 years. This week. One of Jeffrey Epstein's alleged victims is speaking out for the first time since Gullane Maxwell was denied bail in New York this week from her home in Australia. Virginia Jew Fray tells CBS's Gayle King Maxwell should spend the rest of her life in prison. She is a monster. She she is worse than Epstein. She She did things even worse than that seem did she was vicious. She was evil. And she was a woman. Maxwell is accused of grooming teenaged girls to have sex with the late pedophile a backlash against police as left some New York City officers in bad shape. They were attacked by demonstrators with bats on the Brooklyn Bridge. Chief of department Terrence Monahan among the injured, he tells w. CBS radio a little bit bruised up some cuts and what not, but I'm okay. Some of my cops aren't as good a shape as I am there still out sick. The Dow now down more than 100 points. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio, 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today. Kxnt newsroom father of a one year old boy was killed in a high speed crash for his mom was driving has also now been arrested. Dashcam Video.

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"wesley ira" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:56 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Schemed. Bitcoin payments. City health officials now say that fans might be allowed in the stands for Eagles games this season. Recapping our top story, The Labor Department releasing its latest unemployment figures in traditional 1.3 million Americans filed first time claims run employment last week. It's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good morning. I'm Brandon Brooks and I'm Carol Mackenzie Tim McLaughlin at the editor's desk. Well, a Twitter attack targeted the rich and famous. Someone gained access to Twitter accounts for everyone from Joe Biden to Kim Kardashian West and then they posted messages asking people to send them Bitcoin. Twitter's calling this a social engineering attack. In other words, Twitter says, these weren't hackers They were con men see net editor at large insurer says This is likely the biggest security issue Twitter's ever dealt with. The larger question I have is that a lot of government agencies used Twitter to put out announcements. The president United States uses Twitter to do some of his diplomacy. And how can we trust this service? When it's possible that these accounts which are likely, very secure to begin with? What does that mean? For what? We contrast on this service that's going to be the hardest question for them to answer. Many verified Twitter accounts are still locked this morning while the company investigates Don't win, the city canceled big events like the Mummers Parade. It certainly appeared that would apply to pro sports too. But now, he said, he says, that's not the case there. Can we talked this morning about whether or not fans Khun B. In the stands in Kyiv, W's Dave, your Ram Joins us live with more on what the mayor had to say. Hey, guys. Good morning, While the city's thought process right now is it's not safe currently for fans to be a games, but it's a fluid situation. And maybe things will change as the Corona virus situation evolves. Look, I love football as much as anybody else. I love our sports in our city. I don't think it's worth dying over. I really don't. I don't think it's worth going doing something prematurely and then going home and the second your parents. Your grand parents were members of your family, Mayor Kenny told 94 w P. That's more this morning that would other states in teams do has no effect on Philadelphia's decision regarding fans at Eagles and Phillies games, the city has been in communication. With the Eagles and the teams can, he said the birds and fills their trying to be good corporate citizens, and he believes the Eagles chances of winning will be more based on. For example, Doug Peterson's coaching then crowd noise, so guys right now it's you. They feel it's not safe enough for fans to be there. But maybe if things get better, maybe that'll change. Alright. Thanks, Dave. Well, there has been a steep increase in home schooling programs across the country because of the pandemic, and now those programs are looking for teachers for Smith is the head of Texas Homeland, a prep school, which is under the National K 12 public Home school system. He says the increase in demand is creating a need for more educators across 12 widely wait also put out information that were also hired about 1300 teachers across the country right now, according to Smith, K 12 Solis, 16% increase in early Enrollment alone and is still in ruling for the full with more interest than a typical school year. Plate. NEVEL Dallas The Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg been discharged from the hospital after being treated for what doctors believed was an infection correspondent Steve Futterman. She is back home in on the mend. 87 year old Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was expected to spend several days in the hospital. The day after being admitted to Johns Hopkins in Baltimore. She was released. Ginsberg entered the facility after experiencing a fever and chills. Doctors Queen daughter Bile ducts stent that they had placed last August against birds stay in the hospital apparently didn't interrupt her work very much. In an early morning ruling, the Supreme Court cleared the way for the second federal execution in a week. Vote was 5 to 4 to allow the execution of Wesley Ira Perky Ginsberg joined the descent Perky, was sentenced to death in January of 2004 after he was convicted in federal court. The interstate kidnapping and murder of a 16 year old girl. In 1998. The low recorded halted his execution ordered a mental evaluation. Perkies lawyer claims he has dementia and severe mental illness. Spacewalking astronauts are tackling the final set of battery swaps outside the international space station. NASA's Bob Benton and Chris Cassidy ventured out this morning on their third afore planned spacewalks. I need to remove six more old batteries in the space station's power grid and replace them with new improved ones. The new lithium ion batteries are so powerful that only half his money or needed the battery replacement began 3.5 years ago. They will conduct one final spacewalk next week to wrap up the work. But last time around, we had a problem of an anticipated a problem that the Cockney for Myra the Bridge opening Samuel update that forest Next. It's 8 50 W's answered at least join me every.

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"wesley ira" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:17 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on KNSS

"Holiday. Another thunderstorm complex has moved in from Northwestern Oklahoma. That's going to be affecting us this morning are complete forecast here in just a few minutes. The U. S. Sets another record for daily cases of Copan 19. Johns Hopkins University says the U. S saw 67,000 new cases of Corona virus Wednesday, the most ever for a single day. The outbreak is so bad that Alabama Governor K. I've issued a new rule requiring face coverings. I'm calling on everyone. Everyone in our state. To practice personal responsibility. And where a maze in Texas they saw a single day record of 110 deaths. And the next time you go shopping, you may need a mask. Retailers, including Wal Mart, Kroger Coals are all requiring shoppers the mask up or get out. Jill NATO Fox News Kansas governor says she will delay the reopening of the state's K 12 schools for nearly a month until after Labor Day. On Wednesday, the governor announced that she will be issuing two executive orders. One will push back the start date for schools. I cannot in good conscience open schools when Kansas has numerous hot spots, where cases are at an all time high and continuing to rapidly rise. The other will require district's to use precautions such as masks and temperature checks because the board of Education's health guidelines are not enforced. I will also issue an executive order to make those common sense mitigation strategies that are in the board plan mandatory because we have already seen what happens when guidelines are voluntary. The plan will also impact fall sports Kelly announced her plans only hours after the State Board of Education approved roughly 1100 pages of reopening guidelines for local boards of education. Kelly says she will issue the orders on Monday. Dan O'Neil K NSS News, which is not Police Department has arrested five people on suspicion of aggravated robbery and theft at academies, sports and outdoors at approximately 2:30 p.m. On Tuesday, police said officers responded to a disturbance with weapons call at the store in the 2700 block of North Maze Road. Officers contacted a 42 year old employee who reported five people entering the business and attempting to leave with over $2000 in merchandise without paying with the assistance of witnesses. Police said they located a suspect vehicle at 13th and Tyler and a second suspect vehicle was located at 17th and Tyler Five people were arrested. The stolen merchandise was recovered and returned to the store Dave Wilson K and S s News Surgery County will be adding a diversity and inclusion officer position, County manager Tom Stole says For some time they've been looking at ways to include diverse ideas and voices, both from within and outside their organization. He says it's important for employees to be heard and outlined many reasons for such a higher it would be used to enhance recruitment. Hiring, promotion and retention of diverse staff with a variety of experiences and backgrounds to make our organization as strong and inclusive as possible. The position will also help review county policies and procedures. There's no timetable for when someone will be hired, but the county manager said they will be looking for an exceptional person to fill that role. Ronnie Price K and S S News. The Supreme Court has cleared the way for a second federal execution this week. The vote to allow the execution of Wesley Ira perky was 5 to 4. With the courts for liberal members descending in the decision early today, perky is said to be suffering from dementia. His execution had originally been scheduled for Wednesday evening at the Confederal Correctional Complex in Terre Haute, Indiana. Turkey was convicted of killing a 16 year old girl in Kansas City, Missouri, before dismembering her body. Lawyers for the 68 year old Kansas man argue he has dementia. And is unfit to be executed. They said he doesn't understand why he is was being executed. Candis. That's news time now. 70 for four minutes past seven o'clock. And in sports. This morning, we'll talk about the Kansas City Royals as they get ready to start their shortened 2020 season. That's all coming up. America's fittest.

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"wesley ira" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:30 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You're listening to 93. WNBC WNBC HD one Indianapolis It's now six o'clock and here's Fox News. Ah, new US record. Time. Dave Anthony Fox News the most corona virus cases in a day, yet more than 67,000 at Johns Hopkins Tally. 13 states have seen record new infections this week. Death stopped 100 in Florida and Texas has another state makes masks mandatory today. Alabama. I'm calling on everyone, everyone in our state To practice partial responsibility and where Amane Governor K Ivy. But in Georgia governor Brian Camp, also a Republican, is rescinding mask wearing orders issued by communities in his state. It's now on. Lee encouraged President Trump keeps blaming China for this crisis and the US has imposed penalties over Hong Kong crackdown and alleged human rights reviews is and China's replying today. Fox's Simon Owens here live Dave China is saying it will stick to the trade deal. It agreed with the US earlier this year. But the same time it's warning of a response to what it calls America's bullying tactics, accusing the U. S of gangster behavior after President Trump ordered the revoked. King of special privileges for Hong Kong, where China is clamping down on security. China also pledging to retaliate after the U. S. Announced sanctions against top Chinese officials and Cos. Dave Simon. Hours after the president got an endorsement for his law and order message backed by the National Organization of Police Associations, He shook up his campaign Brad par scale to motor to senior advisor Bill Stepien takes over his manager. The move comes as the president trails and polling nationally and in several key battleground states. It's like Pennsylvania, where the latest Monmouth survey has the former vice president ahead by double digits boxes. Kevin Court, Joe Biden's campaign responded, saying that Trump Campaign's game of musical chairs won't fix the president's failed leadership and the Supreme Court lifted the orders early this morning that paves the way for Wesley perky to be executed in a federal prison in Indiana. America's listening to Bach's new www. PC Mobile News on the level on the go Trying to get test results faster. Partly cloudy Sky 75 degrees in downtown Indy. Today's high 84 I'm John Herrick. Here's what's trending at six so to Indiana, staying and face 4.5 of its re opening plan, But the state will get its own Corona virus labs. Chris Davis reports a surge in other states has been making for waiting periods here of up to seven. In days for test results. Having Indiana samples processed by Indiana labs will help speed up the turnaround time for those results Way anticipate a 3 to 5 days turnaround for those results. State health Commissioner Dr Chris Box says Indiana will have 11 of its own testing sites. Chris Davis. 93. W I B C Mobile news More people in the hospital with curve Iris now across Indiana. As of Tuesday, there were 881 people in the hospital with the virus. That's the most since June 14th. The execution of Wesley Ira, perky and terror hope can go forward now because the U. S. Supreme Court has lifted a previous injunction. Perkies lawyers claim that if the execution didn't happen Wednesday, then the government we need to set a new date. But lawyers with the government said the prison can go through with the execution today if the Supreme Court lifts the injunction, which it did. Perky, was convicted of kidnapping and murdering a teenage girl in Kansas City in 1998 but his attorneys say he's mentally unfit for execution because of his severe dementia. Brownsburg police have identified two men who were killed in a shooting Tuesday. Police say. Josh Hayes and Seth Robertson died in the attack in the cemetery of 56 than Grant Hayes drove up to the cemetery and started shooting in two men who are working there. Men tried to run away, but hes chased after Robertson and shot and killed him. Police say that he went after the other man in the middle of the street. And that's when 1/3 victim who was in his car and legally carrying a gun when his car got hit by a bullet shot at Hayes, killing him. Police don't expect to file any criminal charges. The Census Bureau hopes you fill out the form and if you don't start in late July, they'll be knocking on doors. Says. Since his rap Maryland Sanders, They have not responded online by phone by mail. We will hire and train senses in new waiters to go door to door safely collect that, she says. They've been trained on masks and social distancing. The response rate for the state is above average, she says. I'm Sean Herrick on the level on the go and on Twitter.

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"wesley ira" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on WRVA

"From ABC News I'm Richard can to less than four months till the election and President Trump is shaking up his reelection apparatus President demoted longtime manager Brad Pascal. It comes amid a string of botched efforts to reboot his campaign amid the ongoing pandemic, including his June rally in Tulsa. We're only 1/3 of the arena was filled in. Just last week, the president's team canceling a rally in New Hampshire, citing weather concerns publicly. While privately, campaign officials tell ABC News they were fearful of a repeat of Tulsa, a bee season as day like you, Terra. The president also continues to sow distrust. Of mail in balloting in Atlanta. The president telling UPS employees they should fight any attempt at states issuing mail in ballots was referring to California governor sends out millions of ballots all over the place. They don't know where they're going. But in fact, California knows exactly where they're sending the ballots. The governor only allowing the mailed to registered voters to use if they wish to avoid lines during the pandemic, maybe sees Andi Field Joe Biden was addressing black trade Unionists via video declaring Organized labor will have no more you The unfriendly president. If he is elected Wall Street didn't build this country. You built this country. You built the middle class, he said The president has failed working Americans. Half the country. 25 states reporting increased deaths in the pandemic. Some states and restricted facemask mandates are now imposing them in the state of Alabama, a new order requiring them on the deadliest day Yet in Alabama, the governor warning hospitals could soon be overwhelmed The numbers and the data over the papers. Few works. Definitely trending in the wrong direction. Violators could face a $500 fine, even jail time. ABC is Victor Oh kendo. The Supreme Court cleared the way for a second federal execution this week, his attorney, say Condemned child rapist and murderer Wesley Ira perky suffers from dementia doesn't understand why he's being put to death. You're listening to ABC.

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"wesley ira" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on WTVN

"The end. COLUMBUS CHD from ABC News I'm Richard can to Twitter says it's evaluating a hack that facilitated a crypto currency scam that reached followers of a handful of prominent public figures, including former president Obama. The fake messages pledged a match Bitcoin donations to pandemic relief. These type of what I would call fishing expeditions. Work off a volume and what better way to work off of volume than well known people that have potentially hundreds of thousands or maybe even millions of Twitter followers. ABC News contributor Brad Garrett is ex FBI half the country now 25 states reporting increased deaths in the pandemic. Some states that resisted facemask mandates are now imposing them in the state of Alabama, a new order requiring them In the deadliest day. Yet in Alabama, the governor warning hospitals could soon be overwhelmed The numbers and the data over the papers. Few works definitely trending in the wrong direction. Violators could face a $500 fine. Even jail time. ABC is Victor Oh kendo. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer cited a study out of Goldman Sachs that asserts a nationwide federal mass mandate would go a long way toward getting the virus under control. We have a choice to make. Do we double down and get more vigilant in our fight against this virus? Do we let all of our hard work go to waste all the hard work we've done over the past four months with his poll numbers sagging President Trump is changing things up in his reelection campaign. Brad par Scala's out as overall campaign manager following the poorly attended Tulsa rally. Veteran Republican operative Bill Stepien, his new campaign manager. A federal judge stopped the scheduled execution of a second federal death row inmate. Lawyers for condemned child murderer Wesley Ira perky argue he suffers from dementia and appeals court upheld the delay, but the Supreme Court has yet the weigh in You're listening to ABC news during these unprecedented times..

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"wesley ira" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"To senior adviser and instead promoting the deputy campaign manager Bill Stepien, to be thie, actual campaign manager and replace Brad par scale. And of course that comes Not only after the fallout that we saw from the president's rally in Oklahoma but also Poles that came out today and the Poles that we've been seeing for weeks. Some of them have the president down double digits to Joe Biden judge Wednesday halted the execution of a man said to be suffering from dementia. We're set to die by lethal injection and the federal government second execution this week after a 17 year hiatus. Legal wrangling continued overnight with the execution still possible for Wesley Ira perky Was convicted of a gruesome 1998 kidnapping and killing is scheduled to die at the U. S Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana. And the Trump Administration is ordering hospitals to bypass the CDC and instead sent all covert 19 patient information to a central database in Washington, Barbara Cusack explains hospital data related to the Corona virus pandemic in the U. S will now be collected by a private technology firm instead of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC director Dr Robert Redfield said the agency has agreed to remove the National Health Care Safety Network from the collection process. In order to streamline reporting information, such as the number of intensive care unit beds and personal protective equipment available will now be reported to Pittsburgh based tell it, tracking technologies from public health leaders fear that switch will further sideline the CDC barbecue. Second, Washington said they dismembered body of a 33 year old tech entrepreneur found Tuesday inside.

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"wesley ira" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:32 min | 2 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Had a Bureau of Prisons has been set to execute another inmate Wednesday, but a judge put it on hold. Wesley Ira perky was scheduled to die by lethal injection in what would have been the federal government second this week. But a judge in Washington D. C, imposed to injunctions halting the execution after Perkies lawyers made a case that he suffers from dementia and can no longer grasp why he's slated to die. Turkey was convicted of a gruesome 1998 kidnapping and killing in Kansas City, Missouri. The victim was a 16 year old named Jennifer Long, One of the injunctions halts not only perkies execution, but another scheduled for Friday and one in August. The Justice Department is appealing both cases. Ben Thomas Washington police say 87 demonstrators have gathered at the home of Kentucky's attorney general, the demand justice for Briana Taylor had been arrested. Taylor was fatally shot by police on March 13th hearing a narcotics investigation. More of these stories townhall dot com on Patrick Pause. Now streaming on Salem, now dot com is the brand new film SELFIE Dan Selfie. Dad is a very funny yet powerful movie about a Christian dad in a midlife crisis who becomes an overnight social media phenomenon on Ly to turn away from God and his family. But when he's confronted with a new found friendship and the life changing truths of the Bible, he learns the on ly Way to have true happiness. Some of these things I just can't fix with some sort of direction. I'm finding it right here in the Bible..

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Judge halts federal execution amid claims inmate isn't mentally fit

KYW 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

Judge halts federal execution amid claims inmate isn't mentally fit

"49 Now a federal judge has halted the execution of a federal death row inmate whose lawyers argue, suffers from dementia. Wesley Ira perky was slated to be the second inmate executed by the government after a nearly 20 year hiatus ended this week. But a judge in D C imposed to injunctions yesterday the Justice Department is appealing in both cases. Turkey's lawyers say could no longer grasp that why he is

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"wesley ira" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Lawyers for a man said to be executed next month are asking a judge to intervene saying the man suffers from Alzheimer's disease and schizophrenia attorneys for the federal prisoner Wesley IRA perky filed a lawsuit in Washington to stop his execution scheduled for December thirteenth perky is one of five men whose executions were announced in July by Attorney General William Barr but had been temporarily put on hold by a judge his lawyers argue the sixty seven year old deteriorating condition as progress so far he doesn't understand why he'd face the death penalty he was convicted of raping killing dismembering and disposing of a sixteen year old girl Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington many people enjoy thanksgiving leftovers but some people put themselves at risk by leaving them out too long the Illinois department of public health says you can safely leave food from thanksgiving dinner out for up to two hours after it served though it's recommended that hot food stay hot and cold foods stay cold during that time the health department says within a couple of hours any food left over from thanksgiving dinner should be put in small containers and refrigerated health officials say leaving the food out longer than that could allow bacteria to start growing it the leftover should remain safe to eat for four or five days as long as they're properly stored and refrigerated but if in doubt about the food safety health officials say throw it out Jim that US news radio one of five point nine FM coming up the latest in traffic and weather WBBM news time two thirty six blinks Black Friday.

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"wesley ira" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"wesley ira" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The thanksgiving holiday Klay noble reports casters take anywhere between six to twelve inches of snow could fall on much of the Midwest places like Denver already seeing that much these travelers stuck in a Texas airport or trying to head north and we're sure to pack their patients just sit here and watch TV it's good to relax before the plane we just deal with it when we get bad because you con second gas will the delay will be if it's not the snow affecting air travel it's not much better on the roads triple a predicting more than fifty million travelers today severe thunderstorms and torrential rain predicted across parts of the south later this week and that will make the trip home much fun either I'm Clayton not mandatory curfew an evacuation order was issued Wednesday for everyone within four miles of that refinery work crews continue to respond to a massive explosion and fire communities of portentous groves neither one central gardens and portions of Port Arthur in Texas are impacted by the order from Jefferson County judge Jeff Branik one is on is gearing up for the holiday shopping season Michael sells more Amazon plans to hire two hundred thousand people for the busy holiday shopping season which is double the number of workers it hired a year ago the hiring spree is a sign of how quickly the online shopping giant is growing to keep up with online orders Amazon has been opening more warehouses package sorting homes and delivery stations it's also working to speed up delivery for its prime members to one day from to I'm bill Michael lawyers for federal death row inmate convicted of rape and murder of asked a federal judge to hold his scheduled execution next month because Wesley IRA perky else.

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