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"lorraina" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me
"Don't have to ever do that again. Watch me listen to me. Listen it's fail so we'RE GOING TO JUMP ON WE'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA go down in a bucket list of things you need to do sexually before you you die before we do that. I mean we got some jokes for you. We're going to have a joke off. Doku off like a Jack. Off Jack off and this list is news to Tequila. And I I don't know any of the I don't know in delays. It's going to be a price on it and I like I like the surprisingly okay prizes. I will surprise torrential a bucket list so We'll start as we always do. I'll do a quote of the day you ladies will enjoy this one. I think Ooh let's hope so. It's called the Lorena Bobbitt damn painful. This one is for the ladies when engaging in some hard core booty squeeze your butt cheeks together. As tight you can start violently jumping thrashing your ass around in an effort to rip his dig off. I'm doing that now. To achieve through Lorraina status you must take the severed Dick for a drive in. Toss it out the window The Lorena Bobbitt have some special shit to get off. Though I mean cut that off I think you really just need boobs and vagina to get it and Lynch..
"lorraina" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Line. And there, you said where people had said to you Mexicans don't play golf. What was going to what obstacles that you face along the way? You're come up and golf. I just obviously I've had a lot of support. And I think everyone for that being us. You come across people that don't really understand the opportunities that golf give a female athlete, or religious, don't, don't think of outside their box and very and set expectations based on race or ethnicity. And I've always been curious as to why you know, if someone has the talent and the ability to do it. Why, why say things that would put them down? And so I mean, I've even heard it from family members just like as a kid, you would hear that, and it's very, very hurtful, and but I've been lucky enough to have parents say, you know, what don't even listen to them like, you're, you're good enough. You could do this. And I mean if it was. Isn't for my parents? I seriously, I would not be here today and even my sister, my sister, I'm gonna call her out. She would refuse to come watch me. I mean, she had three kids, I know it was tough. But she goes, she's like, I'll just I'll watch you and you turn pro. So every like an a Wilshire tournament like you remember you're coming out. You got to watch me remember, she's like, I know I know but. Back on this year's no. Yeah, it was super her full. And I just that was kind of my motivation to just prove everyone wrong, and I've always just had that little chip on my shoulder. And I think it's worked on my favor. And I just want to kind of, pave the way for younger the younger generation and to, you know, I don't want them to have to deal with that. And so the more out here, the more I'm kind of proving that point. And I think we're all proving that same point you know, being out here and being professional athletes. So did you have did you have role models in the game that you look, I mean, the there's angel of the go-to my go-to us were, you know, Nancy Lopez, and no Chila? And I would go to the back then the Bisco, and I would follow lorraina, and I would make little banners for her. And I remember one time my dad, I. Thought he had gotten like a newspaper clipping of her. It was a newspaper clipping of me. And he goes, can you sign this on? I was in high school like, oh my God. I m so. Sorry. She's like, no, no. It's. Badgen this so embarrassing. I don't know..
"lorraina" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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Lyft raises IPO price target as investor fret over missing out
"Lift of San Francisco is raising the price target for the IPO lift is now seeking seventy two seventy two dollars per share up from its preview. Goal of sixty two to sixty eight dollars the higher price. Target would imply that investors are clamoring to buy lift stock. Well, the proof will come today when the final IPO prices determined setting the stage for the stock to begin trading tomorrow morning and San Diego assemblywoman lorraina Gonzales says that under the conditions put forth by the California Supreme Court lift and Uber drivers should be considered employees codifies that decision. So that we can for once in California have some very clear rules and ensure that workers who are basically working as employees is get all the rights and benefits of an employee, and that would include minimum wage overtime workers comp paid sick days and the right to organize. She says the basic worker protections help
California bill could ban anti-vaccine parents from doctor-shopping for medical exemptions
"California's schools have seen an increase of medical exemptions for vaccine since personal exemptions were limited a few years ago. But it turns out a lot of them may not be legitimate. San Diego, assemblywoman lorraina Gonzales says these rampant fake medical exemptions are putting children at risk. There was a single doctor writing a third of all for the San Diego unified school district. And if you look at the effect of what is happening we have about half a dozen schools where the kindergarten class has fallen below the herd immunity standard. She says doctors like this are making it too easy to get around the current law literally on their websites have the list of ways that you can come get a medical exemption from immunizations they're selling these exemptions. It's wrong, and we need to do better by our kids anew Bill by assemblywoman Gonzales and state, Senator Dr Richard pan would change the law. So that medical exemptions would have to be approved by the State Department of
"lorraina" Discussed on The Thread with OZY
"I think you know, could have ever previously imagined the Bobbitt's marriage and lies were opened in dissect it for public consumption lorraina Bobbitt originally Loretta Gallow was from Ecuador and also spent part of her childhood in Venezuela. She was a young immigrant to Virginia when she met John Wayne Bobbitt and at first the Raina was very smitten with him. He was a marine. He was very nice to her while they were dating the she says the John. Was, you know, her first real boyfriend her I you know, sort of everything in less than a year, they were married and their marriage. What his chaotic to say, the least they were scraping by John at that point was a warehouse worker and lorraina was a manicure. She were to nail salon like, many young married couples the Bob it's had a complicated relationship. But with the media in the late night comedians mostly wanted to focus on was John's penis, even if much of what they said poor little resemblance to what actually happened. I'm gonna join us. How you lose your dick and not notice. When you suddenly wake up a Ken doll. I mean picks you to city out in the woods three in the morning looking into pushes even with his manhood being discussed on every channel John stayed quiet. Meanwhile, Lorena hired a publicist to tell her side of the story Vanity Fair was the magazine that got the first full length feature interview with lorraina lorraina went and did a big photo shoot at her that lawyers house in her bathing suit in the article and elsewhere lorraina claim that John raped her that night and was abusive for years the claim sparked a nationwide debate. That's the case went to trial. It was billed as a battle of the sexes. I must say one of the stunning things was the circus outside barriers put up with women on one side men in another. This is John's attorney at the time. Greg murphy. There was such a huge crowd out in front that we had to arrange with the sheriff and the court so we could get through into the co. House hundreds of reporters and caravans of satellite trucks, converged on historic. Civil war. Town of Manassas Virginia, not far from Washington DC, the Oscar Mayer wiener mobile also turned up so did a local rock band who played fifty ways to cleave your lover. And then there were people in in the community capitalizing on people selling underwear underpants boxer shorts. It said Manassas a cut above a plastic. Tubes was a a baba Pena's protector. I mean, there were t-shirts that said that love hurts. I mean, there was so much going on out there cable television, including a new station called court TV brought Lorraine his trial into homes across the nation. It was probably the first case to go literally viral over the internet, and it was about eight months before OJ Simpson's case, which really took off. Rain is trial began twenty five years ago in January nineteen ninety four at the heart of it was the insanity defense. The malicious wounding trial of Lorena Bobbitt began today in Manassas Virginia. She has admitted emasculating her husband last June earlier today, she pleaded not guilty to the charge. This is believed to be a first step in a defense of insanity. The charge against lorraina carried a maximum sentence of twenty years in prison. She also faced deportation versa casino. Again. The prosecution was out to prove that lorraina was of sound mind when she when she cut off John's penis that it was a malicious act that she had essentially attacked John not in self defense. But out of revenge that fateful night. According to prosecutors, the rain acted out of anger, and she admitted that fact to the police she told them she did it because her husband didn't wait for her to have an orgasm..
"lorraina" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
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Pakistan Says It's Holding Indian Pilot After Jet Shot Down In Cross-Border Airstrike
"Support for NPR and the following message come from Amazon prime video with Llerena the new docu series that shares Lorena Bobbitt side of the story and investigates the headlines and press coverage twenty five years later lorraina now streaming on Amazon prime video two nuclear armed neighbors, India and Pakistan moved closer to war today. Both claim to have shot down the others fighter jets. India says one of its airforce pilots is missing and Pakistan says it captured him alive NPR's, Laura Fraser is in northern India and joins us now. Hi lorne. Hi, ari. Explain what happened today. So Pakistan says it conducted airstrikes along the India border. It also says it shot down two Indian aircraft that entered its airspace. It says it captured one of the pilots the spokesman for Pakistan's military, even tweeted out a photo of this pilot. India gives us slightly different set of events it accuses Pakistani planes entering its airspace. But it does confirm that one of its jets was shot down. And that a pilot is missing and video has emerged of a man that we think maybe that pilot. And here's what it sounds like. Myself seven by what like. My religious you can hear a commotion there. Somebody's phone is ringing in the background. The man is blindfolded. His face is bloody he identifies himself as a wing commander in the Indian air force. He calls his captors, sir. He's very polite. He asks if he is in the custody of the Pakistani army now, there's also another video clip, we can't verify the authenticity of these. There's another clip that's airing on Pakistani media in which the man's blindfold is off, and he's sipping tea and says he's been treated very well. Meanwhile, India has called these videos, vulgar and suggest they may even violate the Geneva. Convention lauren. This is a pretty scary esscalation along a border that has been tense for years. Why is the suddenly happening right now? In an address to his nation. Pakistan's prime minister, Imran Khan, explained it. He says pocket STAN is retaliating for Indian airstrikes yesterday. No. India says it launched airstrikes and killed a very large number of terrorists at a training camp inside Pakistan yesterday the training camp. It says was run by a banned militant group, and here's what Imran Khan said today. Download and MC Dipa, but there to get all their he's speaking in or do and he says the sole purpose of Pakistan's actions. Today was to convey this message, essentially, if you come into our country, we're going to do the same. So he says he's retaliating for Indian actions. But he did also offer talks with India. Now, the problem is India also says it's retaliating against puck istani actions. And it really depends on how far back you want to go two weeks ago. There was a suicide car bomb in Kashmir that's a disputed territory that split between the two countries that bombing killed forty Indian troops a Pakistan based militant group claimed responsibility. Okay. So this cycle seems to be escalating, but some version of this has been going on for the better part of seven decades. Right. So how do they avoid this blowing up into all out war? That's a really good question. The conflict does go all the way back to independence from Britain in nineteen forty seven in at partition podcastone. Was carved out of the Muslim majority areas of India. But the one exception was Kashmir. And that's this disputed Himalayan territory that's currently split between the two countries it's a Muslim majority area, but back in nineteen forty seven the local ruler at the time was a Hindu who joined India, and so the two countries India and Pakistan have basically been fighting over Kashmir ever since they fought three wars. We hope this is not leading into a fourth. That's NPR's, Laura. Fraser in northern India. Thank you, Lauren. Welcome. Ari? Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.
"lorraina" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
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Moving past the jokes: Lorena Bobbitt hopes documentary will shed light on domestic violence
"Horn. Thanks for joining us, a word of warning to listeners with young children in the audience and this segment where we talk about the documentary series lorraina and our conversation includes discussions of violent adult material a little more than twenty five years ago. Lorena Bobbitt was accused of malicious wounding the conquer around the world comes to Atlanta sensational trial is attracting quite a bit of media. Attention fifteen. Twenty satellite trucks about two hundred reporters this time court TV's bringing the proceedings to millions of homes lorraina Bob at goes on trial today on charges of malicious warnings. She's facing a twenty year sentence in prison the maximum if she is convicted Bob it had cut off her husband's penis in nineteen Ninety-three with a kitchen knife. And throwing it out the car window. The authorities found that attached penis and doctors were able to reattach it and the whole story went viral as possible in the pre internet era. There was a circus atmosphere during her trial and the reign of became the butt of many cruel jokes the Amazon documentary series lorraina produced by Jordan Peele and directed by my guest, Joshua Rowe Fe, examines, what was lost in the media's reporting. There's ample use of archival footage in this series as well as modern interviews both with the rain up and her now ex husband, John, Wayne Bobbitt, we'll start with the fact that Lorena Bobbitt was an. Immigrant from Ecuador and totally dependent on her husband when they got married lorraina came here at age eighteen in search of the American dream thought, she found it when she met this handsome charming marine, named John Wayne, John Wayne Bobbitt, and they dated for about ten months. She was virgin they had a chaperone on every date. It was this very pure, according period that was beyond old-fashioned, then the married, and according to the arena a few weeks into the marriage. They were driving home one night. He was drunk driving radically, and she was screaming and begging for him to to stop and slow down. And then he punched her in the chest. And according to lorraina this thing essentially began the next four years of beatings rape on a regular basis. And it's not just according to lorraina because what you do in your series. Is you step back Nunnelee from her marriage to John Wayne Bobbitt, but other women who encountered John Wayne Bobbitt over the years and many of them, including a couple of his former wives. Tell almost idea. Stories. That's very true. When we were making this. We just we kept finding more victims. And in episode four one of those victims who's never spoken publicly will speak until a story that is harrowing his anything you'll ever hear. It was really terrifying to find that all the stories that we've found all the people that we spoke to they essentially had experienced the same specific details that Lorena had in terms of the the abuse. Whether it was the way the hands were held the way they would be sexually assaulted and so on and so forth the threats he would make if they said anything or tried to do anything. Absolutely. You know, letting them know that they can never escape him. This is a person who according to multiple courts of law is a serial abuser. A lot of people know what happened between Lorena Bobbitt, and John Wayne Bobbitt, and that is that she cut off his penis, and it was surgically reattached, but what your jockey series is about is something different. So when you start work on this documentary, what were your assumptions, how do they mirror? What maybe the public's assumptions were. And how did you decide that? There was a much bigger story that you wanted to tell and how that story start to fall into place. I mean. And I guess everybody remembers the cutoff penis, they don't remember the fact that she was horrifically abused. So that that was sort of ground zero for us. But as we got deeper into making it and all of a sudden all these pieces were so obviously in place, and those pieces would essentially set her up for disaster, Anita hill, William Kennedy Smith rape trial, the Tailhook scandal, these massive landmark moments in, you know, very recent American history where women were violated, and they either weren't believed or they were vilified or they even went through some sort of judicial process and came up short that was in the years leading up till arenas story hitting. And so when nineteen Ninety-three came around she was up against something that was that was insurmountable. Her husband actually knows that. That he has multiple cards to play against her and one of them is the threat of deportation which he holds against her. Let's hear what she has to say about her own life and coming to the United States because this guy here this abusive has been was shattering my American dream hour. Not let. I wouldn't let that happen. So just try to fight it. So when this incident happens Lorena Bobbitt quickly, I think realizes that. She is in way over her head. What does she up against in terms of the institutions in terms of the way that people in law enforcement are talking about our case, you know, econo- comes down to just the way domestic violence was dealt with in the late eighties early nineties, and we start to go into that. Especially in episode four where one of the cops who was part of the search for the penis that night. He tells us viewer essentially what it was like for a police officer to show up to a domestic violence nine one one call and there was no real protocol in place. Tell someone to go for a walk walk. The husband around the block, let them cool off. Right. And then the cops would leave. And then whoever was the victim in this case is locked right back in that house with the person who's been abusing them. And so for lorraina, no matter where she looked there really was no help. I think one of the things that is
"lorraina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Lorraina story today. Fox News would take the place of Howard Stern and the twenty four hour news cycle would focus on what she did rather than what he did. Why do you -ssume that we the media, and we the public wouldn't process these events differently now, I think that we still see a great rush to judgment. I think that we can see somebody's life. Sort of torn apart by a tweet that runs wild for a couple of hours. I think that even though we're finally talking about all of these issues. There are so many victims of domestic violence and sexual violence that continued to suffer that far outweighs, unfortunately, any progress that we've made and so people can read into the ending. However, they'd like, but I think that it should be a challenge to us all to make sure we do better and to try and bring empathy forward as the thing we used to appraise a situation the ending of the of the series is a phone number for the national domestic violence hotline. That was something that was important to us. Something is important to lorraina. That is the way lorraina has gotten the last word, we are making it very clear. That's what this is about. This is for the victims. Thank you so much clutter. Joshua. Rowe Fe directed lorraina. Available now on Amazon prime I spoke with. Lorraina who goes now by lorraina Gallo about how she's worked to take control of her own story, and redirect the media attention onto a national epidemic at first it was very difficult. But since I've been an advocate against domestic violence listening to the stories of survivors, the victims who are trying to leave. But they're not there yet die. Give me strength that gives me more courage to tell my story to do this documentary. Basically, my story, I share it with a lot of people within my community because I go to the shelters, and volunteer, and as an advocate, I know, I have a voice and my goal is to reach out to the victim and survivor, Stu because you know, survivors, go through post traumatic stress disorders as well. It really ignite fire on me own telling in retail, my story because there is hope in there is help after you were acquitted of malicious wounding you didn't want to go to the hospital as the law required. But in the end, you're glad you did. Yes. I was confused. I didn't know where they were taking me when I heard that I was acquitted by temporary insanity. I wanna go home they failed that John should have been there. You know, he was an abuser. He needed to be treated, but it could help you. I don't know I helped me so much because there were questioning me I just finished incredibly emotionally and dramatic interpretation which was the trial to trials actually his trial in my trial my own, and then I was questioning again, and again, and again, and it seems like it didn't stop. But in terms of being quiet and taking care of myself. It was the start of of the healing process. Yeah. So as we follow your path, you see people who you relied on his friends taking advantage of you. You realize that your parents weren't really in a position to help and became another responsibility. When they came to America the pressures didn't cease, obviously after you left the hospital was there a moment when you just said enough, this is my life, and I will choose to tell it when I choose and how I choose from the moment, I felt that I wasn't alone. I failed security in going to shelters and sharing the stories. So the more I talk the more. I wanted the whole world to actually know what happened and I started telling the story, but it wasn't enough. My whole story when he first came out twenty five years ago every challenge so wrongly. I feel like the media failed me the Justice system failed me, I fell the society film me, and I know that he find gonna tell my story again and feel justified even if I go to comedians show, I didn't mind jokes anymore as long as I shine the light on domestic abuse and make an awareness against domestic violence. Then my mission is a noble mission. And you know, basically, I grew stronger and stronger, and they make me the person that I am today. And I didn't let that or anybody or even John define who I am lorraina. Thank you for being here. Thank you so much for having me. And also thank you for the opportunity to let me talk about the documentary. I think we're going to help victims just to bring awareness is such an. Incredible opportunity. That was the rain of Bobbitt who now goes by Lorena Gallo. Who's the focus of the documentary called lorraina available now on.
"lorraina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"He ever ever have a normal sex life again. I'm optimistic that he'll regain virtually all of his normal function. And most important what some tabloids quoting Shakespeare called the unkindest cut of all. Did it hurt? It was about a penis. It was all anybody cared about. Which reminds me that at this point in time respectable publications and news outlets. Didn't use the word penis in the beginning of episode one one of the police officers talks about having to get onto the radio and try to convey to the other officers what the situation was they were all speaking vague terms about a missing appendage, and some of the police officers thought that it is a finger is Tova. What what are we looking for? What was the mores of the time? That was shaping the coverage. If you go back just a couple of years before lorraina story hit and we do this in episode one. We take you back to Anita hill and William Kennedy Smith retrial, the Tailhook scandal, and in every instance, anytime that woman or a group of women in the case of Tailhook. Came forward and expressed clearly that they had been harassed or assaulted in sexual nature, and they were discredited vilified the Justice system turns back on them. It was without fail losing proposition for a woman who is coming forward. And so in one thousand nine hundred three when this young girl named Lorena Bobbitt is now in the middle of all of this. She really didn't stand a chance. And sketch in the media landscape, cable TV was blooming. And prominent among the proliferating channels was court TV this story in many ways was the original click bait it had the ultimate headline once that headline about a severed penis grabbed everybody's attention. There was this moral misstep, which was keep the headlines on the penis. The media is absolutely complicit in the misrepresentation of this story. This is a story not about a cutoff peanuts. This story about a woman who was beaten. She was strangled. She was raped sodomized. And it went on for years from your footage. It didn't seem like the attitudes towards lorraina were universally condemning. There was an interesting exchange between Hugh downs. Barbara Walters on their popular show. I do think that men.
"lorraina" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"You on the drive home. Take it easy lorraina. Yes. Do we garden another Allerton hour and a half, and then should clear up for the rest of the night? All right. Yeah. So yeah, it's kinda Seattle Esq. Yes. Or anything that's up north that now. But you know, I mean, this is like fall, weather, or whatever it is. So just take it easy. Otherwise, we appreciate you having us on your drive home. If that's where you're listening or wherever you are. Thank you. So as far as the big stories, the anything with the Trumpster. Yes, they're saying that he is going to side whatever builder finishing putting the finishing touches on to avert a government shutdown, and he'll get one point four billion for the border wall. But that's not what he wants. He said, he's not happy about it. He may do a piecemeal kind of, but they were whole sinus thing and then to in order to get it done the way he wants to get it done. Maybe he'll declare some sort of a national state of emergency to add onto that. I know. There. There are a lot of questions, but I just don't think a government shutdown shutdowns coming. I couldn't say that yesterday or the day before I thought that there was a possibility that he's hard while it was just too much. Is that the country was in such a such a bad way? He wants to go through that nonsense again that whole staring contest because he didn't win. Lose twice. Let me pull up lacking to move on it. They're gonna hear your one point four billion. Do what you want with it? Here's what I would do. I would just go to Vegas. Neither do blacker. Ed. Blacker. Do when you get your windfall. Go there a little black rebel will relate. Anyway. So that's the story there, and they're saying that he's going to sign it just to do the right thing to go through all that again and figure out a way to get the rest of it. But this covers fifty five miles of fencing, whatever you wanna call it wall or fencing whatever. Yeah. But there's another one hundred and fifty that needs to be covered. So so that's nothing. Groundshaking nothing new. But that's I guess they're still in the midst of putting the finishing touches on this particular Bill the other thing after two years hundred interviews the Senate intelligence committee. They're saying they're approaching the end of this investigation on the two thousand sixteen election. Having uncovered no direct evidence of a conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia this according to both Democrats and Republicans on the committee is bipartisan, but investigators disagree along party lines. When it comes to the allegations of a pattern of contact. They've documented between Trump associates in Russians. I just saw something a couple of minutes ago where the Muller investigation is focusing on this meeting between Paul Manafort and a Russian associate at this New York cigar bar. I I wonder if cigar bar that I've been to a couple of hazard, my brother. It's a place that Roti Giuliani has must be the place must be the place. It sounds like it's a place where the movers in the place where I was sitting smoking a stogie behind me. I here that mother Abbott. And it's just who it is Reverend Al revenue right behind like right behind me. Cursing up a storm smokeless stogie drinking cognac. Very surprising behavior for the Reverend. But there they've just said that there is that's that's what Muller is focusing on. And although this committee said there's there is no. But here's the quote, if we write a report based upon the facts that we have then we don't have anything that was suggests there was collusion by the Trump campaign and Russia, of course, this is a Senator from North Carolina Republican Senator Richard Burr, and but the democrat so fast, you know, so far, but you know, what Trump was screaming from the the the top of the mountain. No collusion. Oh, collusion. Baby. You know, he knew something. It's one of two things with him. What he screams too much. It almost means like, you know, protest too much guilty of sudden. But maybe he was like, hey, there's nothing on me. You can't find anything on me. There's nothing here. You know? It's a witch hunt. Maybe he's right on the money. At least that's what these guys are saying. But we'll wait and see what happens with the mother investigation. That's the that's going to be the the big thing. All right. So that's the latest with that the Trumpster wants a huge military parade on the fourth of July. He's back to that again. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I guess he wanted one on Veterans Day. But the defense department said it would cost an estimated ninety two million. You know, what I'm thinking if you need money for a parade. If you have a certain amount of money in a budget. You spend it on you know, what you really need you really need that wall. I mean, the parade is you really need that right now. Take the money. They give you for the wall work on that the slogan knows finish the wall. I don't think anybody really he wants to make a traditional thing. I get fourth of July. It makes sense. But if he turns around and takes that wall money and just use it to fund the parade. Hey, listen, you can do that. If they get that, El Chapo money, right? El Chapo, go to jail for life, and the government sees according to what I've got here at least fourteen billion dollars in cash and assets from El Chapo. So we've talked about it on the air before you want to fund the wall, you want Mexico to pay for it. There's Mexico paying for the wall. You got the biggest rug Lord in all of Mexico, Mexico, and how apropos is that? It's not like some billionaire Mexico's says what the hell, yeah. Trump's rally give you the money, but guy that made money off of everybody in this country more than fourteen billion dollars will now have to pay for the wall. That's just perfect. Right. Yeah. So we were talking about it Ted Cruz, and we're doing it kinda tongue-in-cheek Ted Cruz actually proposed that he said yesterday, America's Justice system, prevailed today and convicting Joaquin Guzman, El Chapo on ten counts says prosecutors are taking fourteen billion in drug profits in the assets from El Chapo, let's pass the El Chapo act and make El Chapo pay the secure secure our border, the yellow Chapo at. Think Trump Trump you like that? As you say this. I love it. I never thought that Cruz Christmas a smart guy. But seriously is allowed. I thought he was Bravo. Bravo, by the way, no collusion. There you go. Yeah. So anyway, so that's the takers isn't getting around. He's like, you know, we have that money. There you go. There's your wall. There's your border wall money. What else are you gonna do? Right. Yeah. What are you gonna do with it? Well, I mean, you're not gonna you're not gonna put a dent in the twenty two trillion dollars that this country is dead. Now, you'll pay for the wall, and that's perfect Mexico will pay for it. So there you go. All right. So when the Trumpster was doing that speech when was it night before last Monday night, but he was talking about was that now Paso, I guess during the speech he was talking about dogs. I yeah. I was like, I don't know. What what what precipitated the talk about dogs? He wanted just like we really kind of weird bizarre rant about dogs. He goes you do love your dogs. Don't you? I wouldn't mind hobbling, obviously. But I don't have time. Like, how did he get from like the the border wall money to dogs? How did it happen? So Trump and painted a picture themselves. Standing a strolling the grounds of sixteen hundred Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Avenue with the man's best friend, and he said, how would I look walking a dog on the White House lawn before grimacing and shaking heads? I dunno. I dunno. It just doesn't it it. It don't feel good. He said feels a little phony to me. Phony. I just he's the only president. I think in modern times that doesn't have a dog the family doesn't there's no dog. And like the Obamas highlight the bushes had it everybody had like a dog. He says it's not for me. It's not a dog guy. I don't trust people that aren't believe me. I'm right there with you about everything about the Trumpster all about like, you know, the more he talks the funnier it is. But the guy that doesn't like dogs. Got a problem with that problem with that? So he says a lot of people say you should get a dog. He says he says why? And they say it's been politically he says that's not the relationship. I have with my people lucky says not a dog guy yesterday Trump if I get a call get a couple. Geico. Iraqi. Call it Mitt Romney because quite. When he started gravelly force in my office. But that's secretary of state Neil. I thought. Oh, I got a dog now. I got now. Tastic man. Is your dog? Maybe he realized he I don't need a dog got one. So yeah, he was about about it. He's not interested in it. By the way, they did that Westminster dog show the dog show. They do every year. They did it again this week. I guess it was yesterday. And the winner was keen. Did unusual name for a king. How many millions of dogs named king? The king was looking. He's a wire FOX terrier. And I'm looking at them. Listen, I'm a dog lover. And I'm like, oh, man. Does that look like the winner of the dog show too? You garrett. I mean, it's interesting looking down. What is this? It's a weird looking dog. Right. All right. Yeah. He's one of those like Scotty a FOX terrier. I don't know, ma'am. More of a traditionalist who did a funny bit. So a Kimmel did this bit where they you'll see like the dog owners running their dogs. That's that's what they do in the the dog show. Well because they run on. What was like green astroturf? It's green screen. So what they did was they took the dog out of the the the the video, and you just see these people running, right? Just like the gyrating whatever movements they make without the dog. It was actually pretty funny. Somebody sent this here. The top ten ways people use dogs to spot red flags in their dates because tomorrow's Valentine's Day stuff. We're going to do and. Yeah, I mean, I think that's that's a red flag to me. If if I'm gonna if I decided I'm going to date a woman, she's not at the dogs. That's a deal breaker, man, man. Then not about that survey also found that people use their dog to spot red flags when I was married. I had you know, had dog named lucky. I could I would have put them in a little league if I could. That's how much I loved that dog the uniform. Yeah, I mean, they just wouldn't let them in. But. At the time. So I couldn't really use him. But I swear to you just the way life works out. Talk about a wing man talking about a wing. Yeah. I mean, like if I walk down the street by myself wherever I was nobody's gonna look at me. You know what I mean? But when I walked down with lucky, I had chicks that wouldn't give me the freaking time of day. I mean, it was like the instinct. Hi, five lucky. You look at you. Oh, you walk around. All proud tail wagging. All executive. Yeah. I was outside of the us hotel in New York. Really nice hotel. Mocking lucky taking them out. I'm pissed because it's cold out. I'm like a combined can't use the toilet like a normal person. When I have to take you out. I'm angry and two women walk up bundled up and the one woman's like, oh what an adorable dog. What's his name? I'm like name is lucky and going through the whole thing. About this guy. Pistol husband, but I'll let you have a little fun with you know, what I mean? It's almost it was like a tease it's like. Name is like, oh, what kind of dog is he oh, it's harder knees. And isn't it? Take a closer. Look, it's Carmen Electra. Not really. Yeah. Friend because you know, it's like the winter. And all that she wasn't you know, less you see her. She's in you know. Bikini, or whatever the hell she was where it was karnal electric, and like thinking to myself.
'Possessed' woman was actually battling brain illness linked to growth on ovary
"In her brain. Like left turn from my ovary to my brain. The odd more like a straight up. But yes. Connect, but okay, so bizarre. And the story starts it's told by Stephen Gutierrez who is Lorena lorraina husband Llerena, Lena's husband. And he told news agency, quote, I was so scared. It was like she was possessed. And then he continues his story. It starts after they went to the ER. So she'd already been showing symptoms, and he said the night after she came home from the ER we were up the whole night. She couldn't sleep and she was talking gibberish. She kept saying we need to get out of here. We need to leave. She kept getting up and trying to leave the house. So she was acting crazy. He thought she was possessed. And then Stephen Gutierrez says doctors asked if his wife had been drinking are using drugs and suggested that you might be experiencing a nervous breakdown or depression, which again as a woman, I feel like the idea that you were just going to go to the doctor with some symptoms, and they're going to tell you that you're overreacting or that. You're depressed too often. We'll in more informally like she. She clearly didn't seem to be in her, psychological, right mind. But they let her go home from the Arctic. How crazy do you need to see where they're like? No. We wanna keep you up survey. Shen? Exactly, so. Yeah. Ladies fight for your healthcare. Anyway, continuing Stevens said again quote during her psychiatric consultation. She took a swing at me. And we had to hold her down. It was so out of character. It was then she was admitted to the psychiatric hospital at one point. She threw at one point. I threw a little bit of holy water on her and afterwards. My family told me they wouldn't have been surprised if for head start spinning around after I did that. He really thought she was possessed eventually the renew lost the ability to talk walk or eat independently and was not responding to treatment. She's thirty nine years old. She was then transferred to the Presbyterian hospital where doctors diagnosed her with anti n m d recip- for limbic autoimmune and Safaleh litas. Wow. That's had to practice that one before we started. And this is an autoimmune disease that had caused her brain to swell, which is crazy again, my ovaries to my immune system to my brain. Like, I get everything bodies connected. But can it all be connected in a way that works? Yeah. It was a leap her symptoms were on power diagnosis this disorder. Typically strikes women more commonly the men, and once it is diagnosed doctors, then look for an underlying tumor as the root cause. So apparently, the tuber is always the cause of this disease, which crazy apparently she had developed the disease as response to a six inch by six inch tumor that had developed a one of her ovaries. That's a big tumor on your over yet small not I don't I mean, I guess over right near you know, the part where you actually grow a baby. So I guess room to grow there. But six five six inches is you'd think someone would have noticed physical there. Right. Yeah. She underwent heavy steroid treatment. And a treatment called plasmapheresis all in an attempt to clear her body of the antibodies that have been attacking both tumor and her brain again, an autoimmune disease, so her body was attacking herself and harming herself Llerena has said over the course of three months, underwent speech therapy. Physical and occupational therapy. But I don't remember much of it. It is a blur right now.
"lorraina" Discussed on 20/20
"Wounding trial lorraina Bobby against the Nassar gin. You're right here by hundred the dog Ford the trial, two months after John Rayo Bobbitt, emphysema, nap is rooms faith. The jury of seven women and five men third trial coming up to keep really a circus. It's say tional, but number report, you see around here proves that within the papers and on the radio couldn't escape it. It was amazing. There was a t shirt business outside the courthouse on your way out of the principal courthouse. You can pick up a souvenir t shirt for ten dollars. My masses of cut above the rest. I was a quarter an anchor at evening. I'm Terry Moran for court TV. This was one of those headline trials that made that the public. They were playing prosecutor. They were playing defense lawyer are they were playing offended, and they thought that they were the jury. Gather here in support rain. Protesters marching left Tino community group. Got some death threats. Never different MRs bobbins attorneys claim that in severing her husband's penis as he slept. She was acting on Aries instable impulse. Her lawyer wanted to make this argument that she simply could control her rage. And she shouldn't be expected to have control her age. She was not in her right mind. We had to go in there, it middling and acknowledging she's ever seen. The those off in a drunken stupor. So it wasn't like he was chasing around the house with a butcher knife. Ladies and gentlemen, what we have is Lorraine above its life. Juxtaposed against John Wayne, Bob, it's painless Lisa Kimbler gave the opening argument. The case we weren't trying to know appeal to the jury honestly, she was just good to you that a life more valuable than a Pinas. She acted in self defense. If you don't like that defense, then they will change she suffered and ever since. You believe dairy. And she. About John when he first walked in the courtroom. I think they had him in a blue suit white shirt, Chris the you look like a marine, and I just said this guy could be formidable. John w would quite frankly, I had so much material to work with that a first year law. Student could have taken him apart. No. No never did. Sprained grabbed a show you. Yes. I have. And many. Many times many. That'd be all of pushed restrained grabbed and most of them just restraining holding her down there were multiple inconsistency. Remember, Kathleen Williams family group, co marines alligator? I remember that. I remember. At council. I talked to a priest when I ask him Javer go to counselling. I don't believe. So I think I saw priest, but that's about it. Then I said, do you remember going out more remember? Filled having side from Kathleen. I I don't remember. Nine that you fill that format..
"lorraina" Discussed on 20/20
"It seemed clear that there was reason to believe he was very abusive person initially told police she'd never had sex only change the story when the detective said, we've got the lab results, we know you had sexual and then it went from no sex too. You know what? Sometimes when asleep I have sex, and therefore I don't remember it because I do it must sleep. Let's analyze that little bit. You said you might have had sex. Oh, yeah. I mean, I've known the known have him asleep. I'm walking my sleep. I've been such while sleeping. Don, do have all the speech close afterward. He wouldn't play full deck. How long did you have to stay in the hospital three weeks and win? Did you know that everything was going to be back to normal or at least close to the second week to call my mom tiller that action, and how did your reaction to talk to you about it? Put him in the ICU after surgery really for two reasons. The main reasons had to monitor also waiting keep the media people away from. How quickly did you know that what happened that night was going to be a very big story though? I news those big because they're trying to, you know, keep reporters from coming up the hospital. They're trying to get into the room. Did you realize the world was watching the evening shows and saw the jobs going on? Well, the lorraina Bobbitt trial got underway today in Virginia. Buddy. John Bobbitt, you know, poor John, Bob..
"lorraina" Discussed on KOMO
"Lorraina Martin was hired last off season as the team's director of high-performance. But according to the Mariners was fired a month ago. Martin's post on Instagram accuses GM Jerry DiPoto manager, Scott service, and director of player development. Andy MacKay of quote, calling Latinos lazy dumb and stupid, especially Dominicans end quote. And it goes on to accuse them of firing trainers because of their color or race. The M's put out a video with Martin not long after they hired the sports performance consultant who also worked for the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA, it's crucial at this level to customize it towards the players it has to be individualized in order for them to perform at their best. The Mariners issued a statement which calls Martin's claims false and says she didn't make. Until after she was fired. The organization denies that any manager or coach made racist remarks or that they fired or threatened to fire any trainers. Ryan harris. Komo news a plunge on Wall Street today with the major indices all falling two percent or more financial expert. Tom Kaka vestry says the big thing weighing on investors minds is inflation in the feds promised to Tampa down with interest rate hikes. Tom says the election results have had little affect on the markets as they baked into the cake already people had anticipated that before the election, especially traders. So there's little idea that really the fact that we have more of a split government is going to impact thought price also concerned about whether European economies will be affected if a deal isn't reached soon over Brexit. But Tom says there's no way to know how that could affect our markets until it plays out. There are more tickets being issued by school zones speed cameras than expected. So the chair of the Seattle city council budget committee wants to use more money from red light cameras to help balance the budget. Twenty percent of the red light camera money goes towards school zone safety council member. Sally Bagshaw is plan would move it to the general fund for the next three years cleric Kanter with Seattle neighborhood Greenway says that the current funding rate it'll take three hundred years to make all the improvements Seattle school zones. Need be off in college before their school gets the safe route or they'll be hit by a car with the current rate of funding. It's really important that we not cut important programs the balancing plan it goes before the budget committee for a vote Wednesday morning, Washington. Democrats have selected new Senate majority leader Senator Andy Billy of Spokane will take over immediately from Senator Sharon Nelson who is preparing to retire after five years as democratic majority leader a handful of Senate races remained too close to call for the Democrats. Look like they will pick up seats from their slim twenty five to twenty four majority and congressman Adam Smith is poised to head the committee that sets policy for the US military. Calls airy heights reports on some of the Washington Democrats priorities when the new congress begins in January today. Smith is the top democrat on the House Armed Services committee, making him most likely to lead it when the congress returns to work in January last month. The Trump administration told the department of defense to expect to cut for the twenty twenty fiscal year that would shrink its budget from seven hundred and sixteen billion dollars to seven hundred billion during testimony earlier this year Smith expressed concerns over spending priorities we're spending too much money on our nuclear weapons arsenal. And what impact will that have on readiness? What impact will it have on our ability to have the forces forward deployed enough to deter Russia to deter North Korea Representative Smith also wants to spearhead an effort to root out mismanagement of military spending. Eric Heintz, KOMO news aren't firing Kent. This morning kills at least seven horses trapped inside it was reported just after seven thirty in the twelve thousand nine hundred block of south east two hundred at third place. Fire in you can imagine a bar got a lot of combustible materials all the hay and alcohol and all the other things that are typically at a bar, although things burn and so. Wouldn't Trucco members have given away? Most of the bar is has collapsed in work. Captain callaghan. Shoot Puget Sound fire in fire. Investigators are not sure about what started the flames. Komo news. Time is seven ten and from the Harley exterior sports desk. Daughter of a former college NBA star honors memory as a Washington, husky more from komo's Bill Swartz, talking dawgs, Kayla rooks, freshman season and purple and gold was full of ups and downs and injuries. Now healthy Kayla gives the dogs of physical presence at both ends of the court. I'm definitely more physical,.
"lorraina" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Tony Guevara with lorraina high. He says they're considering holding one another one tomorrow because they may not be able to accommodate everyone here today. Now, many of the people here tell me is the least they can do the needed o negative blood. I was in my car. People here. Tell me they're beyond devastated about the shooting at borderline in had to do something to help reporting live from Thousand Oaks, Karen Adams, Canucks, ten seventy NewsRadio eleven forty-three KNX. Now, let's talk about this shooter in this incident in one Thousand Oaks, let's go out to his home in Newbury park and KNX ten seventy Demetrio in the last four hours. You've had close to twenty Ventura County sheriff's detectives an FBI agents along with the who've been here talking with the mother of the long and going through everything they possibly can both in the house in a truck that long apparently old and inside the garage. They are still inside conducting that search Tim Tanner who lives down the street was a neighbor. And he says the for the most part long kept himself. He was an introvert didn't talk to neighbors. There was one incident back in April where there was an indication of potential violence where it was damaged inside the house long apparently having problems with his mother and indicating here, we're may have been mental issues. He says he paid some attention to it. But not. Not much. I didn't think any other neighbors were involved. I think it was just something between the mom and the son and. In the house other than that. I didn't pursue it any further in terms of getting more information. And there was no other apparent incidents that happened here that were significant to the neighbor one neighbor who had called the police in that particular incident in April wanted to find out why they weren't going to arrest them or take them away. In the officer said, they're basically was no reason to they said, there's no reason to rest someone if you're just breaking things up in their house, and no one else is hurt or injured as a result of their actions. Again, the investigation still going on here on Fowler avenue. Dick, Vicky back to you. It is continuous in-depth team coverage of the shooting overnight at the border line bar and grill in folks. Now, just the outpouring of grief as we learned the names and the circumstances of the victims who were killed more coming up right after traffic. It is eleven.
"lorraina" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Right. And he just got back from a road trip, which we love folks that tour around Colorado, and we'll have a lot to talk to Christmas about Nikki, Nikki holes also comes home here. She is Nicole oh, also from epicure, Ian group. And as you know, she was a co hosts here on the modern eater show. Bob a year ago and NICKY got busy again with her duties as stadium chef for epicure in group. So. Chilly. They're they're cooking. Chilly right now, which leads us rich that was a great segue because talking about chilly tomorrow at joy wine and spirits on sixth avenue. There's a great chili cook off that they do every year. I think it's their eighth annual. And Caroline, joy Fonteneau is going to be coming on the show from joy wine, and spirits and Caroline Joyce. She's a great gal she's going to bring some Colorado one offs. I don't know if it's going to be wine. I asked to bring some Colorado wine could be spirits could be beer. But looking forward to talking to Caroline joy. Nice. All hyper local. Yeah. Well, that I mean that place choice wines and spirits. How many years already? I don't wanna step on it. We'll talk to her about it. But it's a it's a family owned and operated everything that fits in our, hyper local theme. So looking forward to that here. It is chef lorraina. Ready? I think I got it. Where's the Jantar lorraina lorraina can Tara? She I think I've got that. Right. So chef Maria fame, you say that Moran Panatta fame, and it's true. Because lorraina is doing a great job. She's been on some nationally televised shows, I think the guy Ferrari, yes, yes. She was knocked it out of the park. Ten her food is way beyond the hype hype is one famous she's got a great product of back it up. Do you know what an empanadas if not you're gonna find out all about it? As in the kitchen segment with lorraina is going to be fantastic. I can't wait to taste these impetus. Joel Thompson from ardent mills. A good buddy of mine. He's the corporate Scheffer mills are mills North America's largest flour Miller headquartered in Colorado. Wait till he tells you all that they do for Colorado farmers. They make a positive difference. Yeah. They're doing some great things in the heritage grain. World as well. I work with a little little group out of boulder the noble grain alliance. Yup. That they have been helping out as well. And doing just do it some great thanks to incorporate. The the original grains, the heirloom, heritage, grains, back into this as they walk the walk this next one great. Well, this next one exciting exciting and distracting dangerous..
"lorraina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Us senators wrote letters urging the department of homeland security to release the families global human rights organizations condemned the us over family detention one reason for all this criticism there's evidence that living in detention is by itself bad for children psychotherapist kathy miller is one of several who visits the burke center to evaluate detainees when their lawyers requested she's met with a half dozen kids they're one seven year old symptoms have really stuck with her anytime any kind of trauma discussion happened he would run laps around the tiny table we said at and then jump up and slap the wall really loudly you know that right there it's so common for kids this kind of distraction is a classic sign of post traumatic stress disorder in kids cathy says and this boy's mother said that over and over he ran a lanyard around his neck like a noose and said he wanted to kill himself kathy drew out that he was terrified of returning to el salvador where gangs had targeted his father and he'd seen the bodies of family friends they'd killed by kathy second visit he'd been there for a year and a half she says he'd gotten worse not better there is a direct correlation between the length of time that a child is in detention and worsening symptoms is deported that boy and his mother last may as for carlos he cries a lot he hides under the bed when kids he's gotten close to our released or deported and outside psychologists has never evaluated him but lorraina did see one who diagnosed her with depression in that evaluation lorraina admitted she sometimes thinks about killing herself since two thousand five at least eight people in ice detention have committed suicide over the phone lorraina tells me she's feeling anxious stress i have gained a lot of weight i can't sleep at night there's an inhouse psychologist at burkes lorraina says she doesn't trust him that distrust carries over to other problems in court documents the women in the burke center complained the staff and nurses routinely downplayed their medical concerns like the parasite and painful cavities that bothered carlos lorraina says he suffered for a while before getting treatment four three to four months he'd have pain for a few days then we come back officials with ice wouldn't talk to me for this story but they did write responses to some of my questions in a statement an agency spokesman said comprehensive medical care is provided from the moment the families arrive throughout their entire stay at the center.
"lorraina" Discussed on Reveal
"A couple of months after their release i visited lorraina and carlos where they were staying in indianapolis the sheer two story house with family they knew from honduras the family supports them while arena waits for the government's permission to work she shows me their new room in the basement joking it's too messy for pictures oh come on no there's a mound of cartoon character blankets on the bed a small refrigerator in some dirty laundry cascading from a hamper most importantly though she says there's privacy nobody else comes there about being the foam bu karnal hovers close to his mom playing a game on a tablet or burrowing under the blankets and squealing they share the same good humor but also the lingering effects of detention one of the thirty when i first left the tension center i was still very confused it was hard to put everything in order in my mind lorena lifts the leg of her pink jeans to reveal a black plastic ankle monitor about gay i feel good here i really do but i am always being watched that keeps her from feeling truly free carlos acts like goofball sometimes but his mood swings are intense okay i think it has to do with the tension before he cried a lot now it's change into anger that's not all they have to contend with lorraina immigration status is in limbo she doesn't have a good case for legal residents in this country and since their release ice has appealed to a higher court arguing that they should be detained again the knicks me angry you were locked up for its twenty two months and they're still fighting for us not to be free ice is still fighting to rearrest lorena and carlos.
"lorraina" Discussed on Reveal
"Bedrooms every fifteen minutes shining their flashlights over the families as many as three families share each bedroom to lift their spirits lorraina and the other women created a ritual ten am prayer service in the detention centers small chapel if they just young hand evangelical and i think that if i didn't look for god like i do every day here it would be hard to go on lorraina started leading the daily worship service after ice deported the woman who used to do it in some ways lorraine 'as path from honduras to the united states was typical she and carlos flood after gang threatened them empathetic started to break in and take my stuff the truth is that sometimes simply by being a single mother you become an easy target for them they requested asylum the first part of that process is an interview the month lorraina and carlos arrived nearly eighty percent of people got through that test and continued to the next stage this is where their story gets way less typical lorraina says the officers who assessed her claim were openly skeptical if you hit them they told me don't make up stories because they don't believe they don't believe what's happening in our country the asylum officer denied laurynas claim on the first go round in most cases that would have meant deportation to honduras in their case the american civil liberties union stepped in it's all what happened as part of a disturbing trend the federal government rejecting valid asylum claims and decided to fight it on behalf of lorraina carlos and about thirty other mothers and children the aclu sued the federal government to try to get a second look at their asylum claims that was in twenty fifteen carlos barely three when he and his mother arrived turned four years old inside the berks family residential center detention for immigrant kids like carlos is supposed to be limited it isn't supposed to drag on and on that's because of a big class action settlement from the mid nineteen nineties where the government agreed to treat detained kids humanely and to keep their detentions short during the obama administration ice tried to get around that agreement it began holding kids by themselves and kids with their parents much longer than before as family detentions in pennsylvania stretched into weeks than months than more than a year local advocacy groups started protesting outside the center oil us senators wrote letters urging the department of homeland security to release the families global human rights organizations condemned the us over family detention one reason for all this criticism there's evidence that living in detention is by itself bad for children psychotherapist kathy miller is one of several who visits the burke center to evaluate detainees when their lawyers requested she's met with a half dozen kids they're one seven year old symptoms have really stuck with her anytime any kind of trauma discussion happened he would run laps around the tiny table we said at and then jump up in flip the wall really loudly that right there it's so common for kids this kind of distraction is a classic sign of post traumatic stress disorder in kids cathy says and this boy's mother said that over and over he rap a lanyard around his neck like a noose and said he wanted to kill himself kathy drew out that he was terrified of returning to el salvador where gangs had targeted his father and he'd seen the bodies of family friends they'd killed by kathy second visit he'd been there for a year and a half she says he'd gotten worse not better there's a direct correlation between the length of time that a child is in detention and worsening symptoms ice deported that boy and his mother last may as for carlos he cries a lot he hides under the bed when kids he's gotten close to our released or deported and outside psychologist has never evaluated him but lorraina did see one who diagnosed her with depression in that evaluation lorena admitted she sometimes thinks about killing herself since two thousand five at least eight people in detention have committed suicide over the phone lorraina tells me she's feeling anxious today on stress i have gained a lot of weight can't sleep at night there's an inhouse psychologist at burkes lorraina says she doesn't trust him that is trust carries over to other problems in court documents the women in the burke center complained the staff and nurses routinely downplayed their medical concerns like the parasite and painful cavities that bothered carlos lorraina says he suffered for a while before getting treatment four three to four months he'd have pain.
Rep. Blake Farenthold, under fire for sexual harassment allegations, resigns
"You doing that before we get to fund friday because of course it is fun friday and there's going to be a lot of fun friday we gotta just still very very quickly with the fact that representative blake farren fold republican out of texas has resigned from the house of representatives this is the dut back and if you see a picture this guy if ever you would profile a guy who would be a sexual harasser based on how he looked this is the guy i'm sorry he's supposed to child i'm not making light of sexual harassment in any way whatsoever but he's gone so that's a good thing he's gone i don't know why try to hang on until november he's changed his mind he has gone and that is a very very good thing very happy about that so that's one guy out the way let me ask alex another question because of course she is a millennial correspondent at least till the end of today's show alex do you know who lorraina bobby is.