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Arson Dogs: The State Farm Arson Dog Program & 2014 Hero Dog Award finalists for the Arson Dog category K-9 Amber and trainer/handler Nicole Dyer. Heather Paul joined State Farm in 2001 and manages the State Farm Arson Dog Program, a program that trains accelerant detection dogs and handlers throughout the U.S. and Canada. Arson dogs are trained to sniff out minute traces of accelerants (gasoline, lighter fluid, etc.) that may have been used to start a fire. An arson dogs’ nose can smell in parts per quintillion – more than 100 times better than a human nose. Arson dogs are trained to sniff out more than 60 different ignitable petroleum based hydrocarbons. 2014 Hero Dog Award finalist for the Arson Dog category; K-9 Amber and her partner will also be on with us to share each of their amazing stories that made them heroes!
PHILADELPHIA OWN REVOLITONARY BROTHER PTAH 2013 AND BROTHER JELAIN NBPP 2013 WILL TOUCH ON DARNELL PREMEDITATED TORTURE MUTILATION ARSON AND GRILL 2013
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The recent on goings in Conservative social media have gotten to the point of embarrassing, and extremely sad. From Bully’s, to fakes and frauds using the Conservative ‘Tag’ as a means to hawk their goods on Twitter when they are anything but what they claim to be. It pisses me off to watch so many far right Conservatives using the same tactics as the radical progressives have used against us for years.
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This week we will be discussing the Cameron Todd Willingham case with Attorney Michael Scadron and New York Times bestselling author and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Mark Olshaker.
We will be taking calls in the second half of the show. Please call (347) 850-1478 with questions or comments on the case.
Cameron Todd Willingham was convicted in 1992 of igniting a fire in his home in 1991 that killed his three young daughters, and was sentenced to death in Texas. Willingham insisted that he was innocent up until his death. Four days before his execution in 2004, Willingham’s attorneys presented expert evidence refuting the State Fire Marshal's claim of arson. They asked the Texas Board of Pardons to commute his sentence and also asked Gov. Rick Perry for a reprieve. Both requests were denied. Willingham was executed on February 17, 2004.
The case has remained highly controversial since Willingham’s execution. According to the Innocence Project, nine nationally renowned, independent experts have reviewed the case and found that the forensic analysis was wrong.
Join us as we welcome author Marcia Strykowski and her new book "Amy's Choice."
We will be diving into Marcia's new young adult novel appropriately titled, "Amy's Choice."
Amy's Choice dives into the life of Amy Henderson and her cast of friends.
Amy's freshman year starts with a new best friend, Cat, and a newfound confidence. But she misses her crush, Craig, who has gone to live with his aunt in Boston. Craig has promised to write, and Amy checks the mail on a daily basis, but to no avail. There are plenty of distractions, however. Cat's brother, Ricky, seems interested in Amy, but is she interested in him? And a new friendship with Finn, the lighthouse keeper, who Amy discovers is a talented artist, keeps Amy and Cat busy as they arrange for him to exhibit his work. But things get complicated when Craig returns from Boston and Finn is accused of arson. There are more questions than answers for Amy as life becomes as turbulent as the cold and stormy ocean of her coastal Maine town.
Ideal for preteens, this novel is the sequel to the critically acclaimed Call Me Amy and touches upon issues of friendship, boyfriend troubles, and the power of believing in oneself.
Tune in as we dive into "Amy's Choice" by author Marcia Strykowski.
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Insurance fraud is big business in the U.S. How big? About $80 billion dollars a year—that's an average of $950 for each American family—according to the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud whose members represent insurance companies, consumer groups, and government agencies.
The most obvious cost to consumers appears as higher premiums, because insurers pass on the cost of insurance fraud to policy holders. But consumers pay for insurance fraud in other ways, too. The cost of consumer goods and services rises when manufacturers, service providers, and merchants pass through their increased insurance costs. Fraudulent insurance investment schemes rob Americans, particularly the elderly, of hard earned savings. Staged auto accidents and arson not only destroy property but endanger lives.
What is insurance fraud?
The Color of Sin. Red, Yellow, Black and White. America's Crime Pot is Boiling All Human Sins.
Uniform Crime Reports
Black-on-white crime in America
When The Media Treats White Suspects And Killers Better Than Black Victims.
This makes the hashtag #IfTheyGunnedMeDown so powerful. It's sad that some people have taken it to another level.
When The Media Treats White Suspects And Killers Better Than Black Victims.
Spining Crime in America. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/08/14/media-black-victims_n_5673291.html
This is by no means standard media protocol, but it happens frequently, deliberately or not. News reports often headline claims from police or other officials that appear unsympathetic or dismissive of black victims. Other times, the headlines seem to suggest that black victims are to blame for their own deaths, engaging in what critics sometimes allege is a form of character assassination. When contrasted with media portrayal of white suspects and accused murderers, the differences are more striking. News outlets often choose to run headlines that exhibit an air of disbelief at an alleged white killer's supposed actions. Sometimes, they appear to go out of their way to boost the suspect's character, carrying quotes from relatives or acquaintances that often paint even alleged murderers in a positive light.
On this epsiode:
Florida man arrested after videotaped beating of autistic boy goes viral
4th Circuit refuses to stay same-sex marriage ruling
Name of Ferguson officer released
ACLU files two lawsuits in re Ferguson (including the desire to define Freedom of the Press)
Woman jailed over truancy fines dies in jail from "natural causes"
Law student arrested on attempted murder and arson charges
OJ Simpson judgement up for sale
Maternity lawsuit filed against Beyonce and Jay-Z
Colombian lawyer suing FIFA over bad refereeing
Little girl dies in Maryland gunfire exchange
MMA fighter arrested
Single mom convinces thief to return stolen van
Woman finds swastika on her McDonald's sandwich bun
Al Gore Sues Al Jazeera
Federal judge rules that Ten Commandments monument must be moved
Professor loses job over his tweets
California woman arrested for worker's comp fraud
AUDIO BOOK READING chp 4 BREAKING THE CHAINS, WM.L.KATZ
Jenny Smith Fletcher was the daughter of W. H. Smith, founder of Nicodemus. She was the first postmistress and schoolteacher in Nicodemus, Kansas. She was also one of the original charter members of the A.M.E. Church.
Formerly enslaved African Americans left Kentucky in organized colonies to experience freedom in the "promised land" of Kansas. Nicodemus represents the involvement of African Americans in the westward expansion and settlement of the Great Plains. It is the oldest and only remaining Black settlement west of the Mississippi River.
Tonight!!!! Celebrate Black History Daily with The Gist of Freedom on itunes
AUDIO BOOK READING - BREAKING THE CHAINS, Week 4 Chapter 4 Resistance
Although slave revolts constituted the most dramatic form of slave resistance, they were by no means the only method of reprisal. Arson proved to be an exceptionally effective and consequently frequent form of retaliation. In 1795, slave-set fires in Charleston, South Carolina, prompted the governor to declare a day of fasting. More arson there in 1804 resulted in the destruction of six ships and hundreds of homes. The problem of arson was so widespread that, in 1820, the American Fire Insurance Company of Philadelphia stopped issuing policies in the South.
Assaults and attempts at assassination were also common. In 1740, accusations that slaves were attempting to poison New York City's water supply resulted in widespread arrests and executions. Poison attempts were so frequent they were even referred to in the lyrics of at least one slave song. Vandalism and destruction of crops were also regular occurrences.
On a June night in New Orleans, 1973, hate raged up the steps of a men's bar and consumed thirty-two people. The authorities called it arson. Others said it was God's own hand. No one was ever charged for the crime. Tracking Fire is a documentary film chronicling an unsolved case of arson in a gay men’s bar that resulted in the murder of thirty-two people.
Documentary Filmmaker and award-winning poet, Sheri L. Wright, joins host Michele Mattia to discuss the story of what happened in June 1973 New Orleans, how this film will present a path toward healing, and ways to contribute toward a better awareness for the general public and LGBT communities.
Join Michele and Sheri at 2pm ET for an empowered hour!
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San Diego Authorities Investigate Cause of Wildfires: Authorities in San Diego County, Calif., investigate why so many fires flared up at once in the area Wednesday, causing thousands to evacuate.
Police find illegal marijuana farm on Yarrow Lane in Riverside.
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