The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Wednesday, November 1

The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Wednesday, November 1

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Jurors in Courtroom 3G donned headphones Tuesday afternoon to see a key piece of evidence in Charlie Adelson’s murder for hire trial, a video of him and Katherine Magbanua meeting at a Miami restaurant.

Tallahassee OBGYN, Dr. A.D. Brickler, who retired in 2019 when he was 90, has passed away. A memorial service in his honor is slated for Saturday at 10 a.m. at Florida A&M University’s College of Pharmacy.

During the “Sharing Ideas” segment of the Tallahassee City Commission meeting on October 25, elected officials addressed Hip Hop, T-Pain, Althea Gibson, & text messages

Due to gusty winds, low humidity, and near drought conditions, much of the region is under a red flag warning that could make for dangerous fire weather conditions on Wednesday. The warning will last until 8:00 pm. 


Florida State redshirt senior Renardo Green was named one of 15 semifinalists for the Jim Thorpe Award Tuesday. Green, from Orlando, ranks 12th nationally and leads the ACC with 1.2 pass breakups per game and is the only Thorpe Award semifinalist from the conference.

Florida State University Women’s Basketball Head Coach Brooke Wyckoff underwent surgery Tuesday morning to remove a mass that has been diagnosed as breast cancer. Wyckoff is recovering well and doctors expect a full-recovery. 


Three men living in Hillsborough County have been arrested and charged with allegedly trafficking fentanyl during a multi-agency investigation where 10 kilograms of fentanyl were seized. During a press conference Tuesday, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said two of the men were residing in the U.S. illegally from Mexico.

Rep. Anna Paulina Luna, R-Fla., filed H.R. 6118 to cease funding to the United Nations Human Rights Council until the United Nations officially condemns Hamas’ attacks on Israel. The bill, also known as the Stand with Israel Act, is a bipartisan piece of legislation that 15 other members of Congress joined in co-sponsoring.

Leaders in the Florida Democrat Party unveiled their plan to recapture the Sunshine State while doing their best to modify expectations for those seeking a quick turnaround. Florida Democratic Party Chair Nikki Fried discussed a ten-year plan – dubbed “Take Florida Back” – to increase donor support, reclaim majority voter registration and win key seats on the federal, state and local levels.

Florida Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis announced on Tuesday that the state Treasury will allocate an additional $120 million toward Israel bonds. For the state, the forthcoming bond purchase raises Florida’s total investment in Israel bonds to $200 million, the largest total the state has ever held at any given time.


3 Responses to "The Tallahassee Reports Daily Briefs: Wednesday, November 1"

  1. “Rep. Anna Paulina Luna, R-Fla., filed H.R. 6118 to cease funding to the United Nations Human Rights Council”

    Good, now when are they going to revoke the student visas of students supporting Hamas and chanting the genocidal call “from the river to the sea” and harassing fellow students who are U.S. citizens? When are they going to file a bill to cease funding Universities and colleges aiding and harboring these students that are inciting violence instead of expelling them?

  2. I know that it’s popular to discuss drug quantities in “international” measures, but just occasionally I’d like to see news articles make a comparison or translation to something meaningful to most people. The 10 kilograms mentioned above is 10,000 grams. In Imperical terms it’s a bit more that 22 pounds. TWENTY TWO POUNDS of fentanyl!!!

    How many people realize that from casually reading the article? Or have any idea what volume it is? A Tide box? 2 gallons? A cubic foot?

    Help educate a public with a limited attention span and no inclination to even basic research!

  3. This is where the saying, “…blowing smoke up you a$$..”. comes from

    Rep. Anna Paulina Luna, R-Fla., filed H.R. 6118 to cease funding to the United Nations Human

    No chance of becoming law.

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