Get outta here
This profile is an amazing series of absolutely absurd sentences.
"...he advised her on art purchases, helped her recoup a valuable book that had been stolen, and organized an auction of her furniture." lamag.com/mag-features/y…
"When Ali said he was coming to L.A. in the spring of 2018, Griffin invited him to stay at her 13,000-square-foot Bel-Air mansion. According to a source close to Griffin, he ended up living there for nine months. (Ali insists he stayed less than six.)" lamag.com/mag-features/y…
Strange behavior!
I thought the profile was great and also basically feel like this

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7 Jun
I’m at the Mental Health Co-Op this morning where they’re having a training with MNPD for a co-response model for people in mental health crisis. Some in the community want a model akin to CAHOOTS in Eugene, Ore. I wrote more about all this here nashvillescene.com/news/features/…
Chief Drake is supposed to be giving some remarks here shortly along with someone from the MHC.
Inspector David Imhof, of MNPD’s Office of Alternative Policing Strategies, says some cities have started with co-response model and then added a CAHOOTS-style program and he says that could work in Nashville down the line.
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31 Aug 20
The Davidson County Sheriff's Office just announced that a 64-year-old woman being held in Nashville's jail has died due to COVID-19.
The DCSO says she'd been in jail since an arrest on July 7. She was charged with failure to appear on a fourth offense DUI charge and was being held on $500,000 bond. She had been hospitalized since Aug. 18 and died on Aug 29.
There's been a lot of good discussion about how journalists report on crim justice, people who are arrested or incarcerated, etc. so I want to note something.

The reason I note her charge and bond amount is to provides context about who is being held in jail during a pandemic.
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22 Jul 19
I’m outside a home in Hermitage where neighbors say ICE agents tried to take a man from his home early this morning. Neighbors say the man was in his van with his young son and they stayed there for 4 hours or so. Neighbors say they refused to let agents take the man.
MNPD officers were also here, according to neighbors and an attorney here. The degree to which they were participating isn’t entirely clear. People seem to agree that they were mostly hanging back. But again, not entirely clear.
Sounds like this was an incredible scene. ICE was here with an administrative order, which does not give them the right to enter a home without permission or forcibly remove someone from their vehicle. But witnesses say they tried to convince residents that they could.
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