A series of loud booms were reported the night of November 16 along the Montgomery-Warren county line in Springboro, a northern suburb of Dayton. Anywhere from one to three booms were reported to various authorities between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. As usual, exploding transformers got the initial blame, but Duke Energy and Dayton Power & Light said no incidents showed up on their equipment. Firefighters in the area found no evidence of any explosions or meteorite impacts. Read the FULL STORY HERE
Doctors baffled by 'resurrected' woman
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A woman who stopped breathing for over two hours suddenly woke up long after all hope had been lost.
Ruby Graupera-Cassimiro had undergone a successful C-section in a Florida hospital when she unexpectedly collapsed due to a rare complication known as an amniotic fluid embolism.
Doctors worked tirelessly to revive her using chest compressions and a defibrillator but after more than two hours without breathing and forty-five minutes without a pulse her outlook looked grim and the medical team took the difficult decision to stop.
As doctors were about to record the time of death however Cassimiro's heart monitor suddenly stirred back in to life and a short time later she had even regained consciousness. Read the FULL STORY HERE.
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A few years ago I watched in horror as a television commercial showed a dull young woman dancing around the screen to a giddy pop music beat.
"You can go to college in your pajamas!" the announcer squawked.
Empty-headedness is something you can put on your resume – like community service and cheerleading. And we've now taken simplicity to a new level.
You can be state attorney general in your pajamas.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane has not gone to work since October 21 when the work day came to a crashing halt at 6:55 a.m. when her driver slammed into a parked Jeep in Dunmore. The driver, Robert Ruddy, is a former Dunmore cop. Former Dunmore police chief and Kane bodyguard Patrick Reese also rode the state-owned Tahoe into the slow speed sidelines that fateful day.
As you might expect, I have questions.
Were they really driving 15 miles-per-hour? Where were they that early before the crash? Did anybody call an ambulance? If not, why not? Did ex-con admitted criminal and former Democratic Party war lord Bob Mellow put a curse on Kathleen?
Since then, Democrat Kane has not returned to work, where she is paid handsomely to do the people's business. Instead, she is giving the people the business.
As you can see, Kane's press office has its work cut out for it. AGPR, however, is not what it used to be. It took 10 days for Kane's press flack to acknowledge the crack-up, and only after reporters started asking about it.
Islamic fundamentalists have a smoother public relations machine than Kane.
"Aw, shush now, Kathy" her friends must be telling her. Yes, her friends call her Kathy even though she is less than chatty. "It'll all go away. Before you know it you'll be having a grand highball at the Irish Women's Society dinner where nobody questions you."
If only life was one big St. Patrick's Day fog where all the drinks were free. But harsh reality has once again reared its ugly head and the facts must set us free.
The Philadelphia Inquirer has reported that Kane was headed the morning of the accident to a Montgomery County grand jury appearance where she was expected to testify as a witness in a very serious proceeding investigating alleged leaks to a newspaper. Kane canceled after the wreck – and no, I'm not talking about her election to office – the second time she bailed out of a grand jury appearance, according to the Inquirer.
Then there's the matter of the Dunmore police report.
All three passengers were wearing seat belts at the time of the accident, the report claimed. Then Kane's press secretary said she was not restrained and that the law allowed her to ride free in the back seat. The report should be corrected, Kane's press secretary demanded.
The Dunmore police chief did not return the Inquirer reporter's call seeking an explanation for what officials call a "clerical mistake."
Why were Dunmore cops even handling a case involving the former Dunmore police chief and a veteran Dunmore officer? At the very least, Pennsylvania State Police from the Dunmore barracks should have handled the case. On second thought, they have a conflict of interest too.
Some people around here will tell you with a straight face that "Our Kathleen" should have simply investigated herself.
Aw, sure, she's as fair as the Tullamore dew on a golden spring morning in County Mayo.
Despite the blarney, Kane's dilemma - and ours - is no laughing matter.
Kane's tenure as a public servant continues to crash and burn.
A former Philadelphia traffic judge recently signaled her intention to plead guilty to a charge of political corruption in a case Kane dropped amid charges of racism, ineptness and political chicanery. The former traffic judge is black, as is the Philly district attorney who brought the charge. And the only incompetence in this matter is an unrestrained Kane running amok in her pajamas.
Maybe the doctor who gave her an excuse to stay away from work should write her another.
When members of a federal special operations team captured accused cop killer Eric Frein, the highest-ranking Pennsylvania State Police officials agreed at a press conference that injuries to Frein's face happened before law enforcement apprehended him.
Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan confirmed that fact. So did PSP Lt. Col George Bivens. Gov. Tom Corbett provided silent affirmation as he stood silently to the side.
Now those same PSP officials say that the U.S. Marshals Service officials did not tell them the truth when they briefed PSP about Frein's arrest. USMS provided wrong and untrustworthy information that PSP then told the world.
When marshals who participated in the capture eventually admitted in press accounts that they ground Frein's face into the asphalt as they took him into custody, the integrity of the PSP - praised for its discipline and restraint during the 48-day hunt for the man who allegedly killed one PSP trooper and severely wounded another - was now being questioned.
Yet PSP officials said nothing in their own defense.
I reported during Monday's show that some members of the PSP wanted to defend themselves. They had worked too hard and too long to let a rogue cop or two from another law enforcement agency smear their stellar reputation.
The troopers said Noonan and Bivens only reported what they were told.
Now they felt manipulated and disrespected.
Earlier in the day I had called and left a message for Bivens, inviting him on the air to talk about the controversy. Some people accused PSP of covering up for the use of excess force. Some people accused PSP of refusing to tell the public the whole truth. Some people felt betrayed since they had provided overwhelming public support for police – all police – during the long and dangerous manhunt.
I had not known when I called for Bivens, though, that some officers were angry about marshals misleading them, hoping that Bivens would speak and clear up the confusion. Obviously they could not speak on the record. But they could get the word out. And they did, through a credible source I know and trust.
Until then I had some serious questions of my own.
The first photograph of accused cop killer Eric Frein showed a nasty gash across the bridge of his nose. A colleague who showed me the picture on his cellphone said, "Looks like the cops tuned him up pretty good."
We'll have to wait and see, I said.
On Friday too many callers to the show willing jumped into the rumor mill, speculating and guessing that police had indeed beat, manhandled and violating Frein's rights.
Too many callers even endorsed revenge against the suspect.
No evidence exists that any abuse happened, I said. Repeating a refrain that I have repeated for decades in the news business, I said, "In the absence of evidence to the contrary, police get the benefit of the doubt."
Gloating marshals then changed their story. Yes, they said, they had physically scuffled with Frein as they took him into custody. Yes, he got injured in the process. Unlike previously reported by the PSP and the press, the damage to his nose and left side of his face had not happened before they spotted and captured him, the marshals said.
Until then, news reports across the world quoted marshals – members of a supposedly elite squad that includes former military special operations personnel and combat vets – as saying that Frein surrendered with incident. He kneeled, raised his hands over his head and went quietly, they said.
Now, they changed their story.
I did not expect PSP to confirm what my source told me.
PSP Press Secretary Maria Finn at first declined my request to interview Bivens, saying that officials needed to protect the integrity of the investigation and that no comments would be forthcoming.
I responded in an email while I was on the air that I was not interested in facts about the investigation or prosecution of Frein. I said I needed facts about whether USMS officials lied to PSP brass who then misinformed the public. I was more interested in the integrity of the PSP than the integrity of the case. I relayed what I had reported earlier about the claim that federal marshals had misinformed PSP.
Finn quickly responded in another email (while I was on the air) that I was right.
Finn wrote: "I understand and you are correct. Commissioner Noonan and Lt. Col. Bivens have only repeated what the USMS reported to them at their briefing the night Frein was taken into custody. This is why we are referring all media questions on this specific issue to the USMS. Our troopers were not on scene when Frein was apprehended so we can only provide what we were told directly from the USMS – that is, the facial injuries happened prior to arrest. The discrepancy should be addressed by the USMS. "
I hope not.
The public deserves to know exactly what happened during Frein's capture. Video, if available – must be released. PSP officials should answer any and all questions about the USMS briefing, including who in the USMS misled them.
So far, no USMS representative has returned my calls.
I hope that Noonan and Bivens – as well as the governor himself - have already asked for a formal internal investigation.
When it comes to the public trust, the search for truth is always worth the effort.
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