Company Clears Wife Of Ceo Who Committed Suicide By Nail Gun

Cheryl Talley owns 60 percent of ATS, according to the companys bankruptcy filing, although TRGC says in its lawsuit that she told them it was 55 percent. Either way, Richard Talley ran its day-to-day operations until he committed suicide Feb. 4 as TRGC was digging deeper into the companys finances. It later said it discovered missing about $2 million held in escrow and meant for real estate closings.
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Man shot in heart when nail gun goes off: 37,000 nail gun accidents occur yearly – Hartford Top News | Examiner.com

13-minute 911 call: Hallucinating man shoots wife in the head during 911 call

Rakow said as soon as it hit him he knew he was in trouble. He thought to himself, man I gotta get some place and get help, fast. Instead of calling 911, he opted to have his wife Carmen drive him to Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis. Dr. Louis Louis, a heart surgeon, said that the nail actually entered Rakows heart twice, but because of the design of the nail and a little bit of luck he was able to be saved. “The sternum acted like a 2×4 in that it caught the nail and prevented the nail from going any deeper,” Louis said. The nail was stopped just two millimeters from the coronary artery.
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British comic John Oliver’s scalpel approach to humour

— FILE PHOTO: REUTERS NEW YORK (Reuters) – British stand-up comedian John Oliver can sound downright angry at times, even though his star is on the rise. The 36-year-old has managed to parlay a successful stint filling in for Jon Stewart on The Daily Show into a gig hosting a Sunday night news comedy show on HBO that debuts April 27. But get him started on topics from the corrosive influence of money in American politics, to gun control, to the massive General Motors auto recall, and you’ll hear no shortage of outrage — faux or real. Ahead of the premiere of Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, the satirist spoke at the HBO headquarters about what has raised his hackles lately, his non-alpha male status, and why he feels like a three-year-old with a nail gun.
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