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on may 19, 2009 jerome ersland was a victim of an attempted armed robbery. he is now awaiting sentencing after being convicted of 1st degree murder of the would be robber. by the end of the hour, we hope to dispell the myths and rumors surrounding the case.
Today Oklahoma City pharmacist Jerome Ersland received his sentence for the Reliable Pharmacy shooting that killed Antwun Speedy Parker. He was convicted of 1st degree murder back in May of this year. We'll discuss the mood of the people of Oklahoma City tonight. The city has been very divided since the Ersland verdict, some saw Ersland as a HERO while others viewed him as an EXECUTIONER. Attached is a copy the video from the pharmacy that day that shows the actual shooting.
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You've seen him bring the character Michael to life on the Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Now actor Jerome Ro Brooks makes his first appearance on #ConversationsLIVE to talk about his journey in the industry and the response to his character on the hit show.
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OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City pharmacist now faces life in prison with the possibility of parole after being found guilty of murder for the death of a 16-year-old who tried to rob his store. Confronted by two holdup men in May 2009, Ersland pulled out a gun, shot one of them in the head and chased the other away. The drugstore's security camera then filmed Ersland as he went behind the counter, got another gun, and pumped five more bullets into the wounded Antwun Parker as he lay on the fl
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Jerome Brandon makes his debut into the gospel music arena with a message of hope and restoration in the hit single, "Happy Days Are Here!" This song is designed to ignite every believer to begin expressing the joy of being a part of the Kingdom of God in the midst of a dark and uncertain world, by declaring our stance, "Happy days are here to stay!
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Jerome Ersland: Guilty or Innocent of Murder, Part II took this debate into a new direction. The panel consisted of (OK) NAACP State Conference President Anthony Douglas, (OK) State Senator Ralph Shortey and (OKC) criminal attorney Anthony McKesson. State Senator Shortey defended why he helped draft the Jerome Ersland Act when Anthony Douglas questioned why he would ever draft such a STUPID bill. Senator Shortey contends the bill will close the loophole on the amount of force a busin
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Tonight's special guest is Jerome Elam, a returning NAASCA family member who's a child abuse survivor and writer for the Washington Times, Communities section. Mr Elam says, "I have struggled against many things in my life including childhood sexual abuse and somehow I found a way to survive." He recently related how, as a defenseless child, only 5-years-old, a relative forced him to be a sex slave in Florida. "I was a child desperate for affection. The relative who was a predator took advantage of that, and basically coerced me into trafficking using drugs and alcohol and threats of violence," recounted Elam. He was also coerced into child ography. To outsiders though, he says he appeared to be a normal child. He even attended school. Raised in the South, he joined the United States Marine Corps at the age of seventeen and spent the next eight years seeing the world. After his enlistment was finished he attended college and graduated to work in the Biotechnology sector. Jerome continues, "Writing is my passion and it keeps me in touch with the wealth everyone holds deep inside their hearts and minds." At NAASCA, Jerome is easily one of our favorite journalists who writes on the topics of child abuse and trauma, and we feature his articles regularly on our web site. His work for the Washington Times "Communities" section is always to the point, and he frequently takes advantage of the opportunity to explain the shocking statistics pertaining to the material in his articles. NAASCA is delighted to include Jerome Elam as a card-carrying member of the NAASCA family!
Join hosts Adam Dodge & Geoff Stoddart, along with AngelsWin.com Founder Chuck Richter, as they recap the opening of the Angels 2014 season. This week's special guest will be former Angels pitcher and current Houston Astros hurler Jerome Williams! We'll get a glimpse into what it's like being a veteran pitcher on a young up and coming ballclub, playing on a division rival club and life in Houston, Texas.
The Angels are playing a 4-game series this weekend in Houston, so we'll be three games in against Jerome's former ballclub at the time of our podcast.
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