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The Bulls beat the Oklahoma City Thunder last night 104-98. Derrick Rose led the team with 29 points, so can we stop worrying about his offensive production? Can we also stop worrying about the ridiculous rumors that have Rose and the Bulls breaking up in the near future? The rape case against Patrick Kane was officially dropped by Erie County's DA yesterday. Is this horrible ordeal over for Kane? Did he get lucky and did he learn anything? Plus my fantasy football picks for Week 9!
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Patrick Kane and other members of the Chicago Blackhawks organization spoke to the media yesterday at Notre Dame before the start of training camp. What, if anything, did Hawks fans learn from their words?
The Bears have another tough match-up in Week 2 as the Arizona Cardinals come to Soldier Field. An underrated offense led by Carson Palmer and a stingy run defense spells trouble for Chicago.
Which fantasy players have the best and worst match-ups in Week 2? I've got my picks to start & sit!
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Jon Lester is coming into form at the right time, pitching a complete game in the 2nd of yesterday's double-header vs the Pirates. Can Jake Arrieta get win #20 this season tonight to bring the Cubs closer to the top Wild Card?
The Blackhawks report to training camp tomorrow, and Patrick Kane is still under investigation for an alleged sexual assault incident last month. Should he be participating in camp while the investigation continues?
The Broncos and Chiefs kick off Week 2 of the NFL. Will Peyton Manning's offense bounce back after a weak showing against the Ravens? Which players in this game are worth a start on your fantasy team?
All this plus your calls at (347) 327-9183! BECAUSE CHICAGO LOVES SPORTS.
Tonight we're talking: Geno Smith's non-football injury, Kevin White's absence in the Bears' growing offense, Patrick Kane's current legal troubles & the Cubs streaking through August with a sweep over the Giants. All this plus your calls @ (347) 327-9183! BECAUSE CHICAGO LOVES SPORTS.
Joining Audrey for this week's REELTalk - it was the Spring of 1831 when French political thinker and historian, Alexis de Tocqueville came to America…that trip resulted in the brilliant work of Democracy in America...would he be stunned by the blatant end runs around the Constitution we see today? We'll find out with Prof from The King's College right here in NYC, MATTHEW PARKS. Plus, So, Obama is keeping his promise…and you know it won’t benefit America…he says he’s closing Gitmo. Can he do that and if he does, how will that affect our national security? And Iran is about to receive Billions, thanks to this President and his ilk…and yet they detained out Sailors and use it as propaganda around the world. Are they playing us for a fool? Former Spokesman for the DoD, JD GORDON, will bring the truth we're not getting from this White House. AND, Iran, poised to rake in billions, thanks to this administration…which they will use for their nuclear program…used our Navy (the most powerful Navy in the world) as propaganda against the West on the world stage. And Sec. Kerry added insult to injury, fortifying that weak image. Will the next President be able to reverse the damage this WH has done to our first line of defense? We'll find out from author & USA retired Col. PATRICK MURRAY! In the words of Benjamin Franklin, "If we do not hang together, we shall surely hang separately." Come hang with us...
Tonight is another big time show y'all! Vinny and Terry will talk Kentucky Wildcats sports as always and get you ready for tonight's game against the Missouri Tigers.
We'll talk Super Bowl as the Carolina Panthers face the Denver Broncos in a week and a half.
Patrick Loney of scout.com stops by at 7:00 to chat about UK Football recruiting leading up to NSD.
Former UK and NBA star hooper Derek Anderson, yes D.A., stops by at 7:30 to talk UK and NBA hoops! Gonna be a blast!
Published on Mar 23, 2014
HOST: Serge Ndayizeye
GUEST: Leah Karegeya
TOPIC : LATE COL PATRICK KAREGEYA YABANYE N'ABANTU BESHI CYANE ATAROBANYUYE
Leah Karegeya: My Husband Has Died for all Rwandans
Patrick Karegeya (Mbarara, 1960 -- Johannesburg, 1 January 2014) was a head of intelligence in Rwanda. After being twice thrown in jail over alleged indiscipline, desertion and insubordination, he was stripped of his rank of Colonel in 2006 and went into exile in 2007
Karegeya was born in Mbarara in southwestern Uganda. He attended Makerere University where he earned a Bachelor of Law degree.
He joined the National Resistance Army in Uganda but was arrested in June 1982 and charged with treason, spending three years in jail.
Later he joined President Yoweri Museveni in the struggle that led to the overthrow of Milton Obote. He was a lieutenant in Ugandan military intelligence when the decision to invade Rwanda was made, at a time when his friend Paul Kagame was studying in the USA.
From 1994 to 2004 Karegeya was Director General, External Intelligence in the Rwandan Defence Forces. As chief of intelligence in Rwanda he had great power.
Karegeya was arrested and served an 18-month sentence for desertion and insubordination. He was stripped of his rank of Colonel on 13 July, 2006 by a military tribunal and fled the country in 2007. Later, Kagame claimed that Karegeya was in the pay of South African military intelligence.
In August 2010 Karegeya told the Ugandan paper, The Observer, that Kagame was a dictator who would not leave power unless he was forced out by war. The same month he told the BBC that Kagame had ordered a series of political killings.
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