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On March 2nd, 2008, Jamiel Shaw the 2nd (17 yrs. young), was executed three doors from his home, by an illegal alien gangbanger negligently released from jail on March 1, 2008! Jamiel's Mother was serving in Iraq at the time. The illegal alien killer was sentenced to death row November, 2012.
On Tonight's broadcast, Jamiel Shaw Sr., will talk about the execution of his Son http://www.isupportjamielslaw.com/; Jamiel's talking too Mark Stenberg's Mother, Karen Anderson http://tinyurl.com/nbj652w. Talking about the Continual Violations of the Federal Immigration Laws http://www.flimen.org/Section274felonies.htm; Jeb Bush's illegal aliens #ActsOfLove http://www.examiner.com/topic/illegal-alien-crime; The Bad & the Ugly Side of Illegal Immigration http://www.ojjpac.org/memorial.asp; http://legalamericanfolks.com/; http://www.immigrationcounters.com/; www.operationbodycount.com; TheRemembranceProject.org; Plus Much More. If You Can, Tune In!
Shattered Lives Radio host Donna R. Gore welcomes former NY Investigator and full time crime author, Denny Griffin to give listeners an update on the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of Sgt. Patrick Rust. Working with the Rust family, Griffin has worked diligently to uncover the clues that will resolve many of the unanswered questions.
Sgt. Patrick Rust was assigned to the 10thMountain Division headquartered at Fort Drum in Watertown, New York. In January 2007, he returned from deployment to Afghanistan. Following a 30 day leave he was back on post. The then 24-year-old Rust was a local boy and was familiar with Watertown and the surrounding area. He didn’t have a driver’s license or vehicle.
On Wednesday, March 14, 2007, Sgt. Rust moved most of his personal effects from the barracks on base to share an apartment with a fellow soldier at 156 Sterling Street, Apartment 4, in Watertown.
His skeletal remains were found six months later in a farmer’s field about five miles outside of Watertown. How he got to that location is unknown and his manner of death is undetermined.
If you have information, please call the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department at 315 786-2676 or 786-2672.
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Join Shannon for some attitude adjustment and learning to be positive. It’s going to be a forum to get people sharing positive expression. Join Shannon as she shares her successes and failures with the world. And wants to give others the opportunity to share theirs.
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For a flower to grow and blossom, it has to go thru a lot of dirt. It also needs a lot of care and nuturing. This analogy reminds me of all the tough as well as rewarding experiences I have had in life. Your life can change in a split second! I suffered severe traumatic brain injury on November 17, 1984 at the age of fifteen. The car accident left me in a deep coma for two months. My rehabilitation was learning to walk,talk, chew, swallow, and most importantly, to SMILE!!! The doctor's prognosis was not good, but my true grit determination proved them all wrong. With my Mother's "Never Give Up" attitude, she instilled in me that anything is possible. Abraham Lincoln once said, "Most folks are about as happy as
they make up their minds to be." This has become my philosophy on life.
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This month, The Clarkie-Connection turns a long-awaited focus towards the state of the African-American family, specifically, with respect to education, incarceration, empowerment and several other potent issues. Of course, there will be significant time spent discussing violence against black youth, in particular, the Michael Brown story and all that has transpired in the weeks since he was shot and killed by a police officer in St. Louis. It seems like unarmed young, African-American men are being systematically gunned down by Caucasian police officers at an alarming rate - one study reveals that a black youth is killed every 28hrs!. Without allowing this disturbing trend to adversely inform the nation's perceptions of African-American youth, or the good police officers we rely on for peace and protection, it would appear that - at the very least - a sober conversation is warranted to dissect and discuss the issues within, behind, and surrounding this trend. Join the Clarkie-Connection and chime in with your thoughts and feelings on the issue which will eventually affect every African-American family, sooner or later, in either its prevention or cure! ....This is what great talk-radio is meant to be about!~
In this episode, Mina will be answering some questions on mommyhood (from the YouTube mommy tag). We'll also be sharing some of our favorite responses from listeners, family members, associates, and friends. We'll talk about the challenges, triumphs, pains, and joys of being a mother and what it all means within the context of being a woman.
Tess Thompson is a mother before all else, and a writer after that. She’s also a Zumba dancing queen, though the wearing of the crown is reserved for invitation-only appearances. After honing her craft in theater with a prize-winning play titled My Lady’s Hand, her heart was called to a different storytelling medium: the great American novel. But, as she recently said to a friend, “Well, maybe not ‘great’ but certainly American.”
The first of these, Riversong (Booktrope Editions), went on to become #1 on Barnes and Noble’s Nook Book chart in October 2011. Two years after its release, readership of Riversongcontinues to grow, spending weeks in the top 100 Kindle bestsellers; it’s known amongst her friends and family as “the little book that could.”
Caramel and Magnolias, the first in the Legley Bay Collection was released in the fall of 2012. In May of 2013 Tess released the sequel to Riversong called Riverbend and the third in the collection, Riverstar, in August 2013. Tea and Primroses, the second in the Legley Bay Collection was released February 16, 2014. The first in the Blue Mountain Collection, Blue Midnight was released June 30, 2014.
She’s currently working on her first historical fiction, Duet For Three Hands, which will be released December 2014.
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