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American Paul Whelan convicted of espionage in Russia and sentenced to 16 years in prison
"Morning today a court in Moscow sentenced Paul Whelan to sixteen years in prison Whelan is a former US marine was arrested a year and a half ago Russia accused him of espionage although his family thinks he is a hostage Whelan's lawyer says her client has been told he will be part of a prisoner swap for a Russian national held in the U. S. NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow the FSB Russia's federal security service arrested Paul Wieland in a Moscow hotel in late December twenty eighteen the FSB accuses the fifty year old receiving state secrets on a flash drive that's almost all we know about Williams case since it's classified as top secret and the trial is taking place behind closed doors for Willans family months of waiting are finally over I'm thrilled at the trials commitment that's David Wieland Paul's twin brother who lives in Canada he believes the conclusion of the trial will lead to his brother's release I think Paul is being held hostage until they can somehow extort either people or property back from the United States Wheelan who served in Iraq was the head of security for a U. S. auto parts manufacturer he frequently visited Russia as a tourist and says he was in Moscow for a friend's wedding when he was arrested he spent more than a year in pre trial detention his brother David says the only link to the family was a single phone call and letters that took months to arrive Paul Williams time in jail has also been complicated by health problems they wouldn't even let him speak to an English speaking doctor because they thought that the English speaking doctor would also be a spy and might to exchange information with ball which is why he didn't get medical care until his hernia finally strangulated and he added urgency will instantly maintains he was entrapped it's a classic case of cold blooded provocation that's all the Karlova a member of wheeling's defense team she says the government's case is flimsy I can't accepting you end the insinuation circumstantial Trea CSA rambling conjecture you cannot describes offense to any person basing on such kind of evidence you obliged to prove every statement in his indictment the secrecy of the case I mean she can't go into any detail that's also frustrated US ambassador John Sullivan who made a video statement during the trial there's been talk of evidence allusion to evidence and evil allusions to discussion of evidence where is the evidence itself hearings are taking place behind closed doors in secrecy Solomon complained American diplomats have had limited access to wheeling even this small piece of humanity is denied him even our attempt to deliver masks gloves and sanitizer items to protect him from covert nineteen was
"strangulate" Discussed on KCRW
"Served in Iraq was the head of security for US auto parts manufacturer he frequently visited Russia as a tourist and says he was in Moscow for a friend's wedding when he was arrested he spent more than a year in pre trial detention his brother David says the only link to the family was a single phone call and letters that took months to arrive Paul Williams time in jail has also been complicated by health problems they wouldn't even let him speak to an English speaking doctor because they thought that the English speaking doctor would also be a spy and might to exchange information the ball which is why he didn't get medical care until his hernia finally strangulated added urgency we'll instantly maintains he was entrapped it's a classic case of cold blooded provocation that's all good Karlova a member of wheeling's defense team she says the government's case is flimsy I can't accepting U. anda insinuations circumstantial to your CSA rambling conjecture you cannot describes offense to any person basing on such kind of evidence you obliged to prove every statement in his indictment the secrecy of the case mean she can't go into any detail that's also frustrated US ambassador John Sullivan who made a video statement during the trial there's been talk of evidence allusion to evidence and evil allusions to discussion of evidence where is the evidence itself hearings are taking place behind closed doors in secrecy Solomon complained American diplomats have had limited access to wheeling even this small piece of humanity is denied him even our attempt to deliver masks gloves and sanitizer items to protect him from covert nineteen was denied despite what Williams family.
"strangulate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Bloomberg business slash everybody seventeen minutes past the hour I'm Brian Curtis in the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in Hong Kong and we update markets every fifteen minutes for you China set the yuan reference rate at seven oh four forty seven against the dollar the market expectation was seven oh five in change and right now we see the C. NH trading at seven oh nine sixty the Bloomberg dollar spot index is is up a little today up two tenths of a percent right now Dalian one oh seven forty seven Singapore central bank East policy today the monetary authority of Singapore uses the exchange rate as its main tool rather than interest rates he resented the currency band downwards and reduce the slope two zero it wasn't a surprise all sixteen economists in a Bloomberg survey projected that dual action and the Singapore dollar is little changed at the moment sometimes you get a little bang for your Buck and sometimes you don't most of those economists expected this and us know Dolly and now he is the one oh seven forty five I wanted to mention this one the the yield on the ten year treasury now sixty four basis points gold is higher at sixteen hundred fifty five dollars a Troy ounce oil is lower twenty dollars and forty eight cents to mention the cash markets down three to four percent the U. K. leading the way down four percent the straits times index in Singapore down three percent the cost be similar losses the Thai exit tie one down to two point eight percent a strangulating the way to the upside up about two percent all right eighteen and a half minutes here past the hour lots more to tell you about will update markets again in fifteen minutes let's.
"strangulate" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"I would be strangulated with North was related Georgia department of corrections see if they received all courageous and no one the people are willing to make your going to prison maybe for sign next time on Atlanta monster the reverse the letter well the thing out the card interesting which is why it's hard I received your letter dated December.
"strangulate" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Metheny you singled home two runs back in the first inning anyways threw the first pitch his first triple a hit at the time for bikini they gave the Pataki trail to do nothing after the bank kill Franco home run in the first inning tied it to ended up taking afforded to leave a one way that it is nothing it's still at Lehigh Valley with runs in the fifth and it for in the seven strangulated from a game two victory I think you two with two outs runner goes from first the pitches swung on advanced and a ball game is over rocked and claps his hand it was made after decompressor performing over two innings of work out of the bullpen in Lehigh Valley has a seventy four win game two of the double header a double header split today between these two teams and it back to back nights pasas win the opener and then unfortunately lead offense as them drop the name cap of one of these bills last night's grand had that big tent tannic four runs of the tent today was Lehigh Valley for runs of a seven it's a big difference good double header again competitive games lots of offense more home runs from socket most current and isn't a headliner was Michael Chavis in game one couple of runs crosses double header Chavis with two long balls in game number one that stands out of your red Sox fan and that might kill front go with the big one game two of the four run seventh inning as.
Why Are Camel Spiders Harmless?
"Today's episode is brought to you by the Capital, One card with Capital, One saver card. You can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new French restaurant and four percent on bowling with your friends. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores, and one percent on all other purchases. Now, when you go out you cash in Capital, One, what's in your wallet terms apply? Welcome to brain stuff. A production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Vogel bomb here. Some animals have a reputation that's hard to shake take a camel spider. Many Americans are familiar with them based on photos that came out of the Iraq war in the early two thousands a giant, desert spider, with a leg span somewhere between the size of a pack of cigarettes and a full grown man's calf though. The latter one turned out to be a trick of forced perspective. There were rulers, they enter the desert screaming and jumping on camels they would hide an ambush in sleeping bags ready to inject you with venom, but US military personnel are not the first to tell stories about the camel spider in South Africa. There's sometimes called beard-trimmers, because some people believe that if you sleep on the ground camel, spiders, will come trim your hair in your sleep and use it to line, their nests in parts of North Africa. And the Middle East legend has it that they choose the bellies of camels until their intestines fallout. So they can eat them or that they can lay their eggs in their stomachs. None of this is true, of course, for starters, camel, spiders, are not spiders at all. All but solid few goods, these arachnids live on every continent, except in article, and ustralia and all one thousand one hundred and fifty species have eight legs and two body sections, like spiders, scorpions ticks, and mites, but they're different enough to belong to their own order. Secondly, they are aggressive, but they're also none venomous, and the large jaws of most species can't even breakthrough human skin much less camels belly the largest camel, spider has a leg span of around six to eight inches. That's fifteen to twenty centimeters, which is bid for a spider, but it's not horror movie territory. And they seem to take little to no observable interest in human hair. We spoke with Christy Rettig, founder of the bug chicks educational company that uses arthropods to teach young people about social issues like prejudice racism, educational, potential and personal development. She said that thing about sell a few goods is you don't really need to make stuff up about them for them to be fascinating. I was in Kenya. When I first saw one and I went to catch it and it ran up the side of the wall. Right up to my I height it. Reared. Back in rubbed its jaws together to strangulate. Some people say they scream, but it's more of a hissing rasping noise, it had such an attitude. I just fell in love. It would seem difficult to fall in love with an Iraq did with these stage presence of a pro wrestler, and the body of an animal who's parts were scavenged from the invertebrate salvage yard but such is the allure of the camel spider Radic said if you do a rapid count of what appears to be legs. They look like they have ten legs. But their first pair actually mouth parts called pep helps I kind of think of them as mouth hands, they helped facilitate bringing prey into their big jaws when they run they use them, kind of, like antenna or long legs in the front. They also have mouth clause called Chelsea's which are used for a dizzying variety of purposes, one of which seems to be transferring packets of sperm, for male to female camel, spiders, most sell a few gets are nocturnal extremely territorial and top predators in arid ecosystems. They eat other predators in the same size range, as them or a bit larger. But even eat each other, they don't have venom. It's unnecessary because their jaws are so powerful. They can manipulate their food through their mouths by sawing their prey back and forth like an old timey cartoon character eating a cob of corn. Solid few goods are also wildly fast able to reach speeds of about ten miles per hour that's sixteen kilometers per hour and seemed to be able to run for as long as you care to chase them. But with that comes metabolism that requires nearly constant fuelling. So they eat a lot, but that doesn't necessarily explain ones. L A few good behavior mass aunt assassinations for some reason, camel, spiders, will sometimes go after an ants, nest just tearing answered half left and right until they're surrounded by an enormous heap of rented, aunt carcasses some scientists think maybe they're killing ants to save them as a stack for later. But read it published a paper in two thousand fourteen about the diet of solid few goods, and she and her co author found that they don't, particularly, like eating ants another explanation for this behavior. Could be that there. Trying to clear out the ant nest in order to find a nice place to escape the desert sun. But it's really a mystery as to why they do this Rettig pointed out that another possibility though. Is that camel spiders attack Aetna's to get the larva and pupa inside? She explained these don't bite and are super soft squishy little protein and fat bombs. But you can add the mass murder of ants to the long list of things. Scientists don't understand about solid fuel goods. But remember, even though they act wild they can't hurt you Radic said just because something is a predator or even defensive or aggressive. It doesn't make it a bad or mean animal cell. A few kids have so much, great attitude, and they're soft and fuzzy when you pet one, it's like, petting a little mouse. A little demon mouse. Today's episode was written by Jesulin shields and produced by Tyler claim brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's, how stuff works for more on this lots of other creepy crawly topics. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com and for more podcasts from iheartradio. Visit the iheartradio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by the Capital One saver card earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. Two percent at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. 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"strangulate" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Surprised at the chargers went was seventy vs. No, they'd already shown us that. Were you surprised that the ramp said this? No, this what the lions did to them. We just did the same thing. Like, he's saying I already saw what you did and used a previous opponent and game plan against what you already Dan, you just never adjusted back for Anthony Lynn. Then Sean McVeigh two games against the grades. And not have a plan B is. That's that's where you failing your team. You dig what I'm saying? That's where you're going into halftime, go do we only have fifty two yards and two first downs down only three nothing. Oh my God. What new lease on life? This is our chance whatever like I said throw five picks from nine go routes mean do something different. Just got strangulated the whole second half. Again, time now for the city, national Bank, business and technology report. The Super Bowl is finally over. So let's run some numbers starting with the lowest scoring Super Bowl since nineteen Seventy-three when the Washington team lost the dolphins fourteen to seven the twenty eight teams Super Bowls ratings were five point two percent lower than the twenty seventeen game. This year's game is seven percent below last year's game. So the worst television audience since two thousand and nine when Pittsburgh in Arizona yawned out a forgettable Super Bowl. I'm Jason Middleton. Thank you. Jason. Let's get a look at traffic. From the Chilton auto body.
"strangulate" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Really wants to talk about the homeless funds stories, I'm gonna give him the second. If you've got a comment. It's eight nine four one pags before we get out of here. I will reiterate the lies of the left telling about this midterm election. And I'm going to keep on doing that. Because I think repetition is going to be the key here for people to really understand what's going now. First of all, it tells you a lot about the economy, we're living under when Barack Obama instead of saying, you know, things are real bad. We need to elect Democrats say he says things are so good that I wanna make sure I get credit for them. Stop and think about the profundity of that. Here's a guy that's been out of office for going on two years. And instead of saying folks things are so bad in this country. I wanna make sure I get credit or things are so bad in this country. That we need me back to be president to fix them. Instead all he can do is say things are so good in this country. I wanna make sure y'all give me credit for it. So let's answer. The question. Does Trump deserve the credit? Well, Stephen Moore noted. We saw those economic trends begin the moment. Trump was elected before he even took office. Why is that? Well, here's where it gets complicated. The American economy is not just based on economic data. The American economy is driven in large part short-term, especially on this soft tissue ephemeral idea of confidence. Are you are you gonna short that stop? Not if I have confidence it's going to do well in the future. And think about your own life. Are you going to run out and buy new vehicle if you think your company's gonna shut down tomorrow? Are you going to run out and buy a new house undertake a massive mortgage? If there is uncertainty in your industry what you can't doubt is. That Trump has pulled back on the strangulating regulations. You can't doubt that he's pulled back on the taxation with the big tax cuts. Regulation. Taxation and litigation. Those are the three things that scare industry when you pull those back. You watch the watch industry, you watch businesses start spending money and hiring people and the results trickled down Obama, did none of those everyone knew that Trump would do those. And what we're seeing now is an increase in the com-. This is an important. This is important factor that economic data. I I wanna I wanna continue with this.
"strangulate" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Because it just shows how durable these things are so you know she drove that for like one hundred thousand miles and a bunch of years wore out a turbocharger warid it out it stop looking does that not happen normally i mean she just never beat it up enough to like make boost you know like casually and this looks kind of like seized up to put new turbo on it alex she atrophied a turbo but you never met anyone that's on that before so so eventually my dad gave her a new car and he'd started driving and he just transplanted sc motor into it it was like commuted in it for years and then he mothballed it and i took it from him and put a turbo motor back in so that's where we are now and that's as i drove it right pretty much yeah the only thing that's different is i took the little like blow off valve off and was made it stock again because i was trying to ch i was the blow off l was a for the noise because why not the sounds fun yeah but also because i was trying to chase a problem that i cannot solve because of where i'm pulling boost signal from which is like a dumb thing okay i was seeing surge on my boost gauge one five but it wasn't actually making one point five bar it was making one point five bar after you shut the throttle for a split second so it was surge i was and i was trying to get rid of that okay whatever dumb thing so i made it stock again and just well no it's the does it but i'm gonna fix it on the next round so the reason that this is important is because i put the car on a dino last week at had pinks place and i told you in the video that it makes about three hundred and ten horse power to the wheels yeah they may three oh nine oh yes good hey yeah yeah it's very good yeah so i'm pretty good at estimating things and that's that feels nice cars pretty quick it's still five cylinder though i was missing well i burned out the top rings on a on it and then i blew out cylinder number two and we fixed one whole because i needed to drive it and we never fixed the rings and the other holes so it's like a five and a half cylinder three ten at on five that's not bad or always felt fast sure anyway so it's it's it's good it's to comedic strangulate another fifty horsepower out of it on six or sixty horsepower i figure if it was running the way it should have fresh and probably make three fifteen to the w i'd say how like how tired is in miles it's a lot i don't know no idea i have no clue clue and use assembly from shit around the shop yeah okay cool that's actually sort of i re i refurbish a lot of that shit it made it really nice and i did put good good connecting rods in it and i put good new pistons in it but the rest of the stuff is all us us heads used intake used fucking everything else i like would be will build shit outta shit they always run the best people dog you you know you you show pictures that's the thing about instagram right it's always about an instagram car watch and a house they're all the same size yes exactly private jet and a yacht they all the same size is they're all pretty right everyone shows all the good stuff that's no one shows the grit very few people show the grit rod shows the grit but anyway i was i'm building a two four motor out of spare parts and the pistons are haggard but they're going to run great they measured into spec they just gives a shit if they're ugly on top i mean once you put the heads on and sees a piston if it works it works right but it's just not pretty you know but i always find all the years i've been doing this that the old shit runs the best i it's interesting thought i mean i think broken in shit usually runs the best for me but how old is old well think about it.
"strangulate" Discussed on WJR 760
"Photos are great but we need to get substance now and the north koreans have never shown a willingness to really denuclearize dave actually declared back in nineteen ninety four that they were nuclear is and see quite a few other times and they've never done it and the reasons actually pretty simple north koreans are the ultimate way to deter the united states from ever eating you ever attacking you i mean you just have to look at history of very quickly and you'll figure out all the countries that the united states has has been engaged with orson are all countries that didn't have to clear weapons so the north koreans are pretty smart here they wanna hold onto those weapons and their strategy for doing it is really simple they basically stall negotiate negotiate negotiate forever and basically as time moves on they gained more nuclear weapons better missiles in fact right now the north koreans can build a nuclear weapon every month they have as many as sixty so time is sort of running out for us to deal with this problem and there's a way to do it it's called containment it's we have two strangulate than economically so if they want to have those nuclear weapons we're not going to accept it but they're gonna pay the highest price for it how can we how can we strangle them economically if we don't have the russians on board if we don't have the chinese on board where i guess we're we're playing nice with the russians again so that's something but then we're starting a war trade war with the chinese this seems like the the sort of thing to contain of you have to contain it from all sides right you have to surround them but a lot of their flanks are are still protected if you will by china and at some point who knows maybe russia will say hey you're looking for a friend you know we both have the red star on our flag let's go for it now it's true and one of the problems with with the maximum pressure campaign admit right.
"strangulate" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
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"strangulate" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Deal and i don't think anybody's got him figured out because i think he's basically designed it that way you know we're all trying to identify you know what's his core political ideology what type of foreign policy dismiss that right now i agree with you i think bottom line i think he's he's he's very conservative leaning but i think above all else he's a pragmatist he'd he doesn't follow any sort of rigid code that we can sort of subscribe to put that it doesn't necessarily have a firm belief system i mean seriously i as i have put it not to charitably but i think accurately he has shown in the past less so in the presidency but some a great versatility of conviction i like that that's a way of putting it but in terms of foreign policy though if you apply that sort of rubric i mean i think what he looks for he's willing to do what it works and to be honest with you but you have to have a goal in order to make something work i mean what's the goal that that's where the viewpoint comes in that's where the the point of view the the convictions come in i mean anything can work if you don't have a goal i think for at least when we look at north korea i think what his goal is more than anything else is i think he is legitimately trying to get the north korea to denuclearize i think that might be sort of higher goal but i think he's smart enough to realize that north koreans are probably not going to give up their nuclear weapons so i think what he's going to fall back on and i feel like there's been enough coming out of ministration sort of make this argument is to contain the north grants and i know there's a lot of people don't like that solution but you know what if we can contain them enough where we can strangulate their economy enough so they can't build batman any nuclear weapons we had an opportunity to get rid of this in the late nineteen ninety s we didn't do that but i think that's that's a better solution than all the other options so in other words it sounds like the deal that the bill clinton made backyard his administration except that this time around the chinese would may be footing the bill not the united states maybe maybe to.
"strangulate" Discussed on WLOB
"Put that it doesn't necessarily have a firm belief system seriously i as i have put it not to charitably but i think accurately he has shown in the past less so in the presidency but some a great versatility of conviction i like that that's a perfectly putting but in terms of foreign policy though if you apply that sort of same rubric i mean i think what he looks for his he's willing to do what it works and to be honest with you but you have to have a goal in order to make something work i mean what's the goal that that's where the viewpoint comes in that's where the the the point of view the the convictions come in i mean anything can work if you don't have a goal i think for at least when we look at north korea i think what his goal is more than anything else is i think he is legitimately trying to get the north koreans to denuclearize i think that might be sort of the higher goal but i think he's smart enough to realize that north koreans are probably not going to give up their nuclear weapons so i think what he's going to fall back on and i feel like there's been enough coming out of the administration sort of make this argument is to contain the north koreans and i know there's a lot of people don't like that solution but you know what if we can contain them enough where we can strangulate their economy enough so they can't build that many nuclear weapons we had an opportunity to get rid of this in the late nineteen ninety s we didn't do that but i think that's that's a better solution than all the other options in other words it sounds like the deal that the bill clinton made back in his administration except that this time around the chinese would may be footing the bill not the united states maybe maybe to be honest with you if we if we sort of you know put put in that scenario but it's possible exactly well we'll if we're overdue for a break to we'll.
"strangulate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To the lawyers yep absolutely they is i think that yeah trump likes to do a bilateral deals he doesn't like multilateral deals on and this is why it's going to say well everybody has to pay a tariff except you you and you this won't work either we'll talking of bilateral deals and donald trump the news that he and kim jong un have agreed to meet is being hailed as a major breakthrough towards possibly bringing a lasting peace on the korean peninsula now some like the us vice president mike pence says it's come about because of tough talk from the white house others say it's the combination of use of sanctions and peaceful over choose as well we'll christine on is the founder of a group called women cross dmz in 2015 she organized the women's march across the demilitarized zone that divides the two koreas and she's been campaigning for a peaceful reunification of the peninsula she told me how she felt when she first heard the two leaders are planning to meet it's nothing short of a miracle i mean these two leaders that have been hurling insults sent threat for the past year and the two nations were on the brink of war and here we are and hopefully a peace process that will begin the process towards securing a peace treaty sue achieving a nuclearfree korean peninsula who do you give credit two for his getting even to this point i give it to absolutely to moon jae in and i bark at those that say that it's maximum pressure that brought north korea to the table that is absolutely eight distortion of what took place if that's the case that will be whites is uh what is going to lead trump to fail mean maximum pressure or strategic patients whatever you wanna call it for north korea to denuclearize through threats through provocative military action through strangulated economic sanctions have not succeeded we know.
"strangulate" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"President needs to come out very clear hey go on twitter he seems to love to do that and say look our red line on north korea it's very simple you decide to sell it nuclear weapon if you decide to sell your icbm technology that's a red line and you know what i am not for military action but in some rare instance like that i he could have to be on the people that needs to be communicated very loud and inconsistency and what you've just said so let's explore cas were friends he said there is no military option but there is a red line now one of those two things is not true well look i i think you know what you got me there and i'm gonna be straight up with you north korea is the land of lousy lousy options the problem here hugh is this was a situation that was allowed to be let go for so many years you know the clinton administration thought they had a deal with north korea of course the north koreans cheated the bush administration you know they went and they try to negotiate with the north koreans of course in our experience she did get so look yet there's gonna be inconsistencies here because there is no perfect solution you know we we seem to be looking for this silver bullet where you know a military option might work you know uh there's been you know colleagues it might have been called for a naval blockade there is no good solution that's why i keep hammering home the point that the best solution here's what the president is actually already doing which is essentially containing the situation python strategy we strangulate north korea's economy as much as possible you know and then maybe there could be a negotiation if you push the partnered up we'll see but it's looked at this is the nightmare scenario this is the the the most challenging foreign policy question of our time there's no doubt redline women above ground nuclear test you that would be war to be honest with you and i and the reason why i think that to be honest with you as think about how that would just playing in the media and on social media first second you would have a an a a mushroom cloud going over the.
"strangulate" Discussed on WJR 760
"Think what the trump administration doing at old fashioned contain match basically it's hard core economicsanction to basically economically strangulate this regime have to remember the achilles heel of north korea is this horrible economy the north korean economy is worth fourteen billion dollars that's decisive vermont with a population of twenty five million people hey buck buffalo wild wings just sold for three billion for heaven's sake come yeah the task so so so at the economy that what they really have to strangling you're gonna see more sanctions probably get an act in the next couple of days the us we need to take away as much hard currency from the from the kimber sheep because if they don't have the money to go out and no legally get the parts and materials and the research and development you need to build these weapons they're going to be stuck where they are not might eventually get them to the bargaining table or we just cut them off from the planet thosethose without goes the best options right now because a war a war could cost millions of people their lives and in war is not inevitable here is no no i don't i don't think so at all i think we're this goes this look we're we're in for a time of tensions especially as the olympics are coming into play but i think if the trump administration has sparked their reasonable naked already see the president toning down the rhetoric a little bit we're going to get to a place where unfortunately this is the problem going to have to lift with just like we've lived with the soviet union in china we've dealt with a lot of countries that have nuclear weapons and and believe me kim jonghoon is not a colossus like the soviet union or communist china in the past we can deal with these type of countries we have a playbook to go to so we you know we definitely have to be concerned but we know how to handle countries like this we've done it before areas was enlightening to speak with you and uh in your helped to sue their nerves a little bit because of all the headlines if you read the headlines they'll they'll make you think we're about to uh you know the the hit the.
"strangulate" Discussed on WTMA
"Wet why will be in that they respond what is the meaning of the fangshan in the united nations and what that will occur the ball has been his court is the guiding how are they in the nation of the west will respond but the but you can get it and it's also clear that he pathetic the technical capability of reaching the west coast but the united state brian go on the path and stop president what were picked up and down the road youth and unfortunate metaphor while there is no longer a road and there's no longer can it's all very clear that he can now jeopardize the security of the united bait and of course the security of america right it is no longer possible us to avert arcade now the former governor of south carolina now un ambassador nikki haley as said enough is enough but i thought she said that a few weeks ago to she said it a few weeks ago and the question is what are the steps being taken londoner your water conversations but back channel at the moment between the united in the chinese the chinese control ninety percent of all up the commerce with north korea if they decided to cut off all food and fuel both koreas strangulated though the chinese do have leverage there's no question apply but the advantages that the alliance provide the chinese are greater than the disadvantages that we impose oh stomach we've got to turn that equation arap we've got to make it clear disadvantages greater and keep in mind at all of the commerce but the chinese engage it in any in asia is in dollardenominated fun we can we both bank made it clear to the chinese there is no craig there is no commerce there's no financial activity in in asia if you choose to ignore the threat of north korea but hasn't china pretty much said listen united states you need did not get involved in this you don't need to retaliate if they shoot i mean this thing that's going to cross dc japan landing on was a jaido macron causing like you said the.
"strangulate" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"He was arrested on charges of your driving while drunk so kelly downs owner of the house said that the renovations were performed by chipping joanna grimes on the twelfth episode of season three of fixture upper she said it's those reservations they say their lives renovations wreak located a break fireplace to another part of the house and because the break fireplace was now relocated from one place to another that's where the car crashed into the another place hm had they not move the break fireplace this guy would roll right on through it probably killed him this this guy drive up some stairs this house's elevated no he in it's like he was launched into this thing yeah he he launched yeah he was goal of his are rampant out of control right while as as wrong to you have to be for that he's pretty grim prettier pretty next and this is just we got couple awful stories her men arrested in the strangulation of his stepfather barely man strangulate us strangulate regulates strangles frank strangles his stepfather and then took selfie fees next to the body and post photos online as thirty eight years old were drugs involved here just kind wondered about that this happened over the weekend cops found the photos on a twitter account properly arranged to take them down the guy fled the scene after the murder and after the southeast after the posting of the cell fees but they found this guy he's going to be a big trouble said as he should be reduced oh main time here here's here's a lady ariza lady foyer she's out in cleveland cleveland brad country brad country k uh she's been found guilty of aggravated murder this was a scheme to collect her slain husband's one hundred thousand dollar insurance payout aggravated murder what other converter is there yeah what else with their hang murder murder murder call murder who will calm and composed murder s.
"strangulate" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The pattern of the crime begins to make it clear the victim's identity is no the approximate time and the cause of death is no other hawks will begin for the killer fears here's the police message a woman named janet morgan has been discovered on we feel calmer evidence suggests that she met her strangulated some time before noontime october the ninety any any person who is in the vicinity of way few common on that day can give any information should communicate to the nearest police station in order to assist in the search for the merger and in this the police will be aided by a price book that same breast but day can be found in the black is in just a moment we will continue with the black community starring awesome wells you know mike because he's just the narrator dorsan wells' just a narrator on this series i'm sure this was a very easy program for him because he he didn't have to be there when they were putting the whole show together they probably just had his script where he had his life fines you know he would come in and kinda give a little direction to what's going on in the story so they he probably would come in the studio and knock out those lines in ten minutes and then take these done for the day get his paycheck and that was it now with the lives of harry lime completely different he was the mainz star of that was a fully dramatize show with tons of other reactors and that was all that was all done by a regular radio show but tom but this was an easy gig for him i'm sure i mean he could be directing a movie and just come in and knock out he could probably do four or five shows in one in an hour right so he was like.