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"yvonne link" Discussed on Murder In Alliance

Murder In Alliance

02:42 min | 3 months ago

"yvonne link" Discussed on Murder In Alliance

"At this point. I've been in touch with david thorne for nearly two years. David has been in prison for twenty two years for allegedly murdering his ex girlfriend yvonne lane on march thirty first nineteen ninety nine since then david has adamantly proclaimed his innocence and the bizarre murder case and conviction has been featured on multiple news tv e programs and so for the past two years. I have been consumed like dwayne poelman. Warned would happen and so i decided to finally enlist the help of professional private investigators. John harden danny wexler and jason baldwin from the west memphis three and his organization proclaimed justice so back on the ground in ohio. We continued our search for chris. Campbell remember john. And danny thought rose and chris were the most key people in this entire investigation chris and his girlfriend rose. Were the star witnesses at trial. Twenty-three-year-old rose an twenty one year old. Chris both testified at trial. They said they saw joe at the carnation mall around closing. They said he told them he was in town for a job and they said that job was to kill a girl. The card joe allegedly wrote his phone number on for. Chris was presented at trial to prove that joe was there with them the native the murder and at this point. We don't really question that they were all there together but what happened while they were there is what we wonder about by trial three months after the murder some details of what they remembered changed from what they'd set in their initial statements and then a bit more change between those statements. The time they took the stand six months after that rose initially said joe was in white pants and a white track jacket by trial. The pants were black. Rose also said that. The knife that joe showed them was definitely not a pocket knife. She said it was an eight inch knife in a sheath by trial it was a pocket knife. We tried to find rose on our first trip because we had many questions about her statement. We wanted to know why it changed and also about something. She told police in her tape statement. Because i'm scared for my life. Because chris campbell for me if i said anything he met me. And that's why i've been scared. His oliver nagai as race. People do things when they're scared. Like sometimes people lie and we wondered. was it possible. She lied

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"yvonne link" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"yvonne link" Discussed on KCRW

"C R W This was a red flag. Neither was not waived or the president ignored the wave. Democrats condemn the administration for its handling of intelligence that shows Russia may have paid the Taliban to kill U. S troops. It's Tuesday, June 30th and this is all things considered from NPR news. Marie Louise Kelly. And I'm Ari Shapiro had this hour We talk with representative Elissa Slotkin about her White House briefing on the Russian bounties. Also look at the pandemics effect on arts tourism in western Massachusetts. We're not in a major market that has a diverse economy. You know, we are the economy and the Supreme Court rules that states must include religious schools and publicly funded scholarship programs. Today is a great day for the right of parents to direct the education. Upbringing of their Children, plus Bob Dylan mix Billboard history with his album, rough and rowdy Ways. Now the newscast. Live from NPR news. I'm no Rahm House Democrats attended a White House briefing today on allegations that Russia offered bounties to tell Yvonne linked militants. To kill American soldiers in Afghanistan. Many later said they still have questions, including why President Trump hasn't condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin. Some Senate Republicans who met with White House officials on the same subject are defending the president, NPR's Claudia Gonzales Reports. Intelligence Committee Chairman Marco Rubio said he was part of a group of Senate Republicans who met with administration officials. He and other GOP members came to the president's defense after the briefing. This, a Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell said. It's possible the intelligence is true, he added. Russian President Vladimir Putin cannot be trusted. It's no secret the Russians. Are up to no good they have been throughout Putin's tenure. Various administrations have tried to warm up to Putin player that He's not somebody you can warm up to, He said. Russia shouldn't be allowed to join the G seven clotting. The Cetus NPR News, the capital, the Supreme Court handed a major victory to the school choice Movement today. By a 5 to 4 vote. The conservative court majority effectively killed state constitutional provision in 38 states that bar taxpayer a too parochial schools. NPR's Nina Totenberg reports. Montana, like 37 other states has a state constitutional provision that bars taxpayer funding director and direct for private religious schools. The state Supreme Court in Montana, carrying out that mandates struck down a state tax subsidy for both religious and non religious schools in the state. But the U. S. Supreme Court now has reinstated the program, and in so doing it has effectively killed off anti religious aid constitutional provision in most states. The court majority said. States need not subsidised private education, but if they do, they can't exclude religious schools from the state benefit. Nina Totenberg. NPR NEWS Washington Hollywood is mourning the death of film and television legend Carl Reiner. NPR's.

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"yvonne link" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"yvonne link" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Go to kikui dot org's It's six o'clock. This was a red flag. Neither was not waived or the president ignored the wave. Democrats condemn the administration for its handling of intelligence that shows Russia may have paid the Taliban to kill U. S troops. It's Tuesday, June 30th and this is all things considered from NPR news. Louise Kelly, and I'm Ari Shapiro ahead. This hour, we talk with representative Elissa Slotkin about her White House briefing on the Russian bounties. Also look at the pandemics effect on arts tourism in western Massachusetts. We're not in a major market that has a diverse economy. You know, we are the economy and the Supreme Court rules that states must include religious schools and publicly funded scholarship programs. Today is a great day for the right of parents to direct the education and upbringing. Of their Children, plus Bob Dylan mix Billboard history with his album, rough and rowdy Ways. Now the newscast. Live from NPR news. I'm no Rahm House Democrats attended a White House briefing today on allegations that Russia offered bounties to tell Yvonne linked militants. To kill American soldiers in Afghanistan. Many later said they still have questions, including why President Trump hasn't condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin, some Senate Republicans who met with White House officials on the same subject. Are defending the president, NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports. Intelligence Committee Chairman Marco Rubio said he was part of a group of Senate Republicans who met with administration officials. He and other GOP members came to the president's defense after the briefing. This, a Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell said. It's possible the intelligence is true, he added. Russian President Vladimir Putin cannot be trusted. It's no secret the Russians. Are up to no good they have been throughout Putin's tenure. Various administrations have tried to warm up to Putin player that He's not somebody you can warm up to, he said. Russia should it be allowed to join the G seven clotting? The Cetus NPR NEWS, the capital, the Supreme Court handed a major victory to the school choice movement today. By a 5 to 4 vote, the conservative court majority effectively killed state constitutional provision in 38 states that barred taxpayer a too parochial schools. NPR's Nina Totenberg reports. Montana, like 37 other states has a state constitutional provision that bars taxpayer funding director and direct for private religious schools. The state Supreme Court in Montana, carrying out that mandate struck down a state tax subsidy for both religious and non religious schools in the state. But the U. S. Supreme Court now has reinstated the program, and in so doing it has effectively killed off anti religious aid constitutional provision in most states. The court majority said. States need not subsidised private education, but if they do, they can't exclude religious schools from the state benefit. Nina Totenberg. NPR NEWS Washington Hollywood is mourning the death of film and television legend Carl Reiner. NPR's Nina Olivier has more Everyone from Piers Morgan to Sarah Silverman has been remembering Carl Reiner, who helped make hellos funny movies and TV shows, including The early classic sitcom He created that show sweetheart was only mail today. Oh, yes, a very important, Gladys boy girl, son, Rob Reiner said on Twitter. He was my guiding light. But that was true for generations of Reiner, spiritually Children. Including English comedian Sanjeev Bhaskar, who posted a recent picture of Reiner and a black Lives matter T shirt and late show host Stephen Colbert, who tweeted a photo caption simply the greatest Metula be NPR news Stocks closed higher today. The S and P 500 gained 1.5%. This is NPR News Live from K Q B D News. I mean, Kim San Francisco district supervisor unveiled a proposal.

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"yvonne link" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"yvonne link" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Day. I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 day Bounty and other top health officials testified today before a Senate committee will hear more also the Sarah we'll hear from a former chief of staff at the C I A about reports that President Trump received briefings on alleged bounties Russia offered to the Taliban. And later, an update on the New York City budget. We'll have those stories and more just after news headlines. Live from NPR news. I'm nor Rahm. Federal health officials told members of Congress today that hospitalization rates for Cove in 19 are going up in 12 states. And the disease is not at all under control. NPR's Richard Harris reports joining the CDC director and other health officials at a Senate hearing. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease doctor, warned that the epidemic is being driven to new heights by people who aren't bothering to wear face coverings or to practice social distancing. We're now having 40 plus 1000 new cases a day. I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 day. If this does not turn around, and so I am very concerned, and the official case count significantly undercounts the true numbers, health authorities say. She said. Quote. We are heading in the wrong direction, so we really need to do something about that, and we need to do it quickly. Richard Harris. NPR NEWS. New York's governor is expected to announce tomorrow whether indoor dining will be allowed to restart in New York City, as other parts of the country continued to see spikes in Cove in 19 cases. NPR's Hansel along reports New York State is now requiring visitors from 16 states to quarantine for two weeks near Governor Andrew Cuomo says the state is trying to prevent the Corona virus from spreading in the state through visitors who flying in from California, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada and Tennessee, among other states. Speaking to the New York cable News Channel, and why one quo has also raised concerns about some people in New York City, not following public health guidelines. Don't forget that this plane. Don't forget the masks. Don't forget the socially distancing New York City has been planning to allow indoor dining at bars and restaurants to restart on Monday by Cuomo has been rethinking those plans. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy recently announced that endure dining will remain off the table in the state indefinitely. Long NPR NEWS New York House Democrats attended a White House briefing today. On allegations that Russia offered bounties to tell Yvonne linked militants to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan. Many of them return to the capital, saying they still have questions about what happened. Including why President Trump hasn't condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin, Iran's judiciary says, and the journalist accused of inspiring nationwide economic protest in 2017 has been sentenced to death. NPR's Peter Kenyon has more journalist Ruhollah Sam was arrested after returning from Paris and charged with corruption on Earth, a capital crime in Iran. The protests initially over a spike in food prices we're seeing is the biggest challenge in over a decade to the government, including public denunciations of Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Zone can appeal the sentence. NPR's Peter Kenyan stocks closed higher today. The S and P 500 gained 1.5%. This is NPR news. And this is WN Y C in New York. I'm Sean Carlson, Mayor De Blasio and the City Council have reached a deal on the budget for the fiscal year that starts tomorrow. The proposal would make some cuts to the NYPD, including shifting school safety agents to the Education Department, slashing funding for overtime and canceling July's class of police cadets. And while some advocates say that cuts don't go far enough, councilmember Vanessa Gibson says, slashing the NYPD. These budget won't necessarily lead the meaningful change. She says constituents and are largely black and Latin next Bronx district want the police in their neighborhoods. They want to see the CEO and the community affairs officers. They don't want to see excessive force. They don't want to see cops putting their knees in our next but they want to be safe. The City Council is scheduled to vote on the budget proposal. At eight o'clock tonight. We'll have more on it in a few minutes here on W N. Y C. It's been a week since New York's primary, but there won't be confirmed results for a while longer. Double even my sees Brigitte Bergen says. Due to the special circumstances of this year's election, absentee ballots won't start to be counted until next week. So far. The New York City Board of Election says it's received more than 10 times the number of absentee ballots compared to those counted in the 2016 presidential primary. That's because of the pandemic. Mail in ballots normally start getting counted A week after the election, we director Mike Ryan says. This time there's a lot of mail to open. What is different is the height. Of the pile of paperwork that we have to go through to tally at the back end of the process. But he says observers from campaigns and the public will be able to watch and file objections. Like always. Legendary comic actor and writer Carl Reiner has died. Liner was among the writers on Sid Caesar's legendary show of shows in the 19 fifties. Along with Mel Brooks and Woody Allen. He gained fame as the creator of the Dick Van Dyke Show and the Straight Manda. Mel Brooks is 2000 year old man character. He directed the films Oh God, starring George Burns and John Denver. All of me with Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin and the 1970 comedy Where's Papa? Bronx native call. Reiner was 98 years old. For the rest of tonight. Scattered showers. Thunderstorms love about 70 degrees. It's 606 Support for NPR comes from the Ford Foundation, Working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide to address inequality in all its forms..

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