• 01:35

    THE GOOD NURSE-Charles Graeber

    in Entertainment

    After his December 2003 arrest, registered nurse Charlie Cullen was quickly dubbed "The Angel of Death" by the media. But Cullen was no mercy killer, nor was he a simple monster. He was a favorite son, husband, beloved father, best friend, and celebrated caregiver. Implicated in the deaths of as many as 300 patients, he was also perhaps the most prolific serial killer in American history.

    Cullen's murderous career in the world's most trusted profession spanned sixteen years and nine hospitals across New Jersey and Pennsylvania. When, in March of 2006, Charles Cullen was marched from his final sentencing in an Allentown, Pennsylvania, courthouse into a waiting police van, it seemed certain that the chilling secrets of his life, career, and capture would disappear with him. Now, in a riveting piece of investigative journalism nearly ten years in the making, journalist Charles Graeber presents the whole story for the first time. Based on hundreds of pages of previously unseen police records, interviews, wire-tap recordings and videotapes, as well as exclusive jailhouse conversations with Cullen himself and the confidential informant who helped bring him down, THE GOOD NURSE weaves an urgent, terrifying tale of murder, friendship, and betrayal. Were it not for the hardboiled, unrelenting work of two former Newark homicide detectives racing to put together the pieces of Cullen's professional past, and a fellow nurse willing to put everything at risk, including her job and the safety of her children, there's no telling how many more lives could have been lost. THE GOOD NURSE-A True Story of Medicine, Madness and Murder-Charles Graeber

     


     


     


     

     

  • 01:00

    Illegal Immigration ... Why Do They Come? ... Why Will They Go?

    in Politics Conservative

    Everyone agrees that illegal immigration is a problem. How should we address this problem? How will it be addressed now that a GOP congress is taking control? More importantly, what are the consequences of whatever we do? America started as a country of immingrants, but is She really an immigrant country anymore? Splash talks about whay we should .... and why we shouldn't ....still consider ourselves a country of immigrants. ~~~~~


     


    And what is going on with that short term nuclear deal with Iran that was supposed to net long term results? Will Iran go nuclear and should we even care? ~~~~


     


    And let's talk abortion ..... The gains by the GOP were enormous, not just at the national level, but at the state level. What consequenses will this have on a woman's choice? Splash can make the argument for both sides of this issue. Where does he stand? Find out tonight.


    All this, the news of the day and YOUR phone calls tonight on Jump Right In.

  • 03:02

    The Perry Steele Show! Ferguson, Decision Time.

    in Politics

    Ferguson grand jury makes decision; Governor urges calm


    John Bacon and Yamiche Alcindor, USA TODAY 6:49 p.m. EST November 24, 2014


    A grand jury in Missouri has reached a decision as to whether or not to charge officer Darren Brown in the shooting death of Michael Brown.


    A St. Louis County grand jury reached a decision Monday on whether to indict Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson, whose fatal shooting of an unarmed black teen in August touched off weeks of sometimes violent protests.


    Plans were in place for an evening announcement of the long-awaited decision on whether Wilson will face charges in the death of teenager Michael Brown. Officials said the decision would be announced at 8 p.m. CT at the courthouse in the St. Louis County seat of Clayton, Mo.


    Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon called for calm and urged that "regardless of the decision, people on all sides show tolerance, mutual respect and restraint.''


    He said several local churches would provide shelter, safe haven and medical care in the event of unrest.


    St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley also called for calm in an evening news conference. "This is not the time to turn on each other; it is a time to turn to each other. We are one community,'' he said.


    St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay acknowledged the case "has deeply divided us'' but said "turning violent or damaging property will not be tolerated.''


    "The world will be watching us,'' Slay said.

  • 02:51

    Beyond the Veil - November Action Recap

    in Politics

    This week on Beyond the Veil, we will be discussing the eventful week had by Anonymous North Texas.  As we all know, the 5th of November marked the Million Mask March of 2014 where we had some epic lulz taunting the Earle Cabell Federal Building as well as dealing with real life trolls who approached us on the street.


    We also began the Neo Nazi Hunting Season with OpRomperStomper in Rockwall Texas.  The National Socialist Movement decided to hold a rally on the front steps of the Courthouse.  They were met with counter protests lead by Anonymous North Texas and joined by Open Carry demonstrators, Black Panthers, North Texas Anti-Fascists, SHARP's and general attendees. 


    Join us Wednesday at 7pm Central while we recap the events of the past week.

  • 02:04

    what really happening wednesday???? call in 626-414-3504

    in Current Events

     Rev. Edward Pinkney. --Civil rights attorney, Hugh "Buck" Davis the thrust [of the Berrien county courthouse] is to physically remove and destroy families through the use
    of the criminal justice system. Every person they can put in jail; every person whose voting rights they can
    revoke with a felony conviction; every person they can cause to lose their job by putting them on probation;
    every person they can cause to lose the ability to pay for basic necessities through imposing ruinous court
    costs and probation is all part of the process. In the 1960s, it was called Negro removal. In Bosnia, it was
    called ethnic cleansing. and down south we have Irene Olive Cates  in Saint Petersburg, Florida.  Cates Enterprises Movement Change, Inc. nonprofit 501(c)(4) organization focusing on Social Welfare issues in the state of Florida by making people aware of the bigger picture, “No one man is better than his brother and no one woman is better than her sister.” Her charitable acts doesn’t stop there. Irene also offers her time and services to community and charitable organizations including SUAC (Sustainable Urban Agriculture Coalition), a 501 (c)(3) organization where she functions in the capacity of board member. Cates is also President of St. Pete Business League, Inc., a non-profit organization. And this is only the beginning November 4th, 2014, Irene Olive Cates for Pinellas County School Board District 7. "The leadership and direction of District 7 will depend on YOUR vote." - Irene Olive Cates

  • 01:10

    Rally April 26th Scranton Courthouse Square

    in Parents

    Todays show features guest Tara Koval journalist and coordinator for the rally coming up in Scranton.  Tara will talk about the guests, bands, groups and speakers plus all the activities scheduled for that day.  She will also discuss her recent article on Gag Orders and what she learned through her investigations and speaking with those affected by such orders.

  • 03:04

    FBGlive friday September 19th

    in Culture

    FBGlive Friday continues with Frankie, Steve and Jen with their Friday night, whatever.


    Hour One: Fredericksburg area updates, Frankie put in some face time with police and courthouse employees. Find out who gave him the biggest problem, spoiler alert its not who you would think.
    http://fbglive.com


    Hour Two: Slik Road. Who is Ross Ulbricht and what does his pending case mean for business owners and internet freedom?


    http://freeross.org


    Hour Three: To Vaccine or Not To Vaccine: For some there is no choice and the First Lady of FBGlive Jen is one on them. Learn about her and the rest of the crews' opinion on it.


    http://vaxtruth.org/

  • 01:01

    Researching at the St. Helena Parish Courthouse

    in History

    Please join host Bernice Alexander Bennett and her special guest genealogist, family historian & host of Nurturing Our Roots Educational Television Program. Antoinette has conducted African American genealogy research at the St. Helena Parish Courthouse for the past seventeen years. Please join my special guest as she discuss the type of documents she found inside the St. Helena Courthouse vault. 

  • 02:01

    Guerrilla Radio with American Spring

    in Current Events

    HIGH NOON.


    Lame (Duck) Government in Camden County....we talk Lord Sausage's disappearance act and Bev Thomas, 'The Invisible Woman' conspicuous absence in the courthouse....


    Vicki Hartzler and the EPA.....


    Martial law in Ferguson and rallies in Warrensburg.....


    All this and a small town fair.....


    Call in and join the conversation.  718-664-6859

  • 00:28

    Estate Planning with Rose Price

    in Finance

    ReShawna Leaven interviews Rose M. Price, Branch Manager of VLP Financial Advisors on estate planning. If you are curious about planning your estate, this is an epsiode that you don't want to miss. Rose shares her insight and expertise on the world of estates, wills, POAs, living trusts and much more.


    Rose M. Price, CFP®, AIF®
    Branch Manager
    VLP Financial Advisors
    8391 Old Courthouse Road, Suite 203
    Vienna, VA 22182
    tel: 703-356-4360 ext. 702
    www.vlpfa.com

  • 03:07

    The Truth about Mass Incarcerations Wrongfully Convicted Ronnie Long

    in Legal

    Ronnie Wallace Long, whose racially-charged conviction triggered a riot in the mill town in 1976, is still incarcerated. It has been 36 years. Long has maintained his innocence while serving one of the longest sentences for rape in the state. An all-white jury convicted Long more than 30 years ago of the rape and burglary of a prominent Concord widow, whose husband was an executive at Canon Mills. The prosecution presented a smudged shoe print but no blood, hair, paint, fiber, fingerprints or semen linking Long to the rape. The conviction was based on the eyewitness identification of the victim who pointed out Long to officers in an unusual "lineup" when police brought the victim to court to see him. 
    All-white police officers lined the Concord court when the verdict was announced in 1976. After the verdict, protesters chanted outside the courtroom and news video shows officers clearing the courthouse swinging batons. Protesters set two homes on fire the weekend after the verdict. "What kind of justice could I receive, you understand what I'm saying, under these type circumstances," Ronnie Long told WCNC-TV in a 2007 prison interview. 


    Nobody will ever change the condition of a people until they change within themselves. Family the burden is on us to change our behavior; to build love, trust and confidence in each other and in our people for us, then, 95% of our problems will be solved. We, as leaders must declare that we will never sell out the aspirations of our people for personal wealth, position and advancement in the society of our former slave masters and their children. We must make a covenant with our people to work and sacrifice and be willing to be the good shepherd (leaders) who will lay down our lives for our people. Let us accept our responsibility and change our behavior to that, which will make us more than comrades and brothers and Sisters!

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