FBI, Russell, United States discussed on Rush Limbaugh
County jail. Details at one o'clock on News Radio twelve hundred w l I. In for rush. I said they legislators that already gone. There is talk that seems to be some conflicting reports on this shed. You'll terrific. Return to vote for the continuing resolution. But there, but there's no hope that the is going to a big fight over the wall. Before Christmas because they want to go home. But that penalty returning to fight for the continuing resolution it is. So they've got sufficient continuing resolution to come and vote for the continuing resolution, but they lack the resolution to come and get the wall done Russell in Arizona your next on America's number one radio show. Great to have you with us. Taking my call. My pleasure. Talk about is the general Flynn. Pending sentencing and some glaring hypocrisy by the FBI did I don't think anybody's really called out yet. As a local law enforcement officer for the past thirty two years, and I retired as a commander from large in Washington DC and years ago, the FBI civil rights division came in and said that we couldn't be trusted for honesty, and our our integrity and at great cost saving agency. We were compelled to put in audio and visual recording for interview rooms for patients were interviews. We are supposed to accept at face value, these three or three forms, not only honesty and integrity and a veracity of the individual agent doing the interview, but also their memory, and yeah. We're in the twenty first century here and local agencies at great cost in now, even with our patrol functions or required to wear body cameras because apparently we can't be trusted for patrol functions as well. And the FBI is can tell this through the civil rights division on local agencies and yet it's very hypocritical. What happened with the Hillary Clinton interview? We'll never know. Boarded? Him. Is the attorney general the new attorney general needs to make an compelled the FBI in their interviews. These are monumental interview. It impact the government and the and the inner workings of government for many many years to come. And yet, we don't know we don't know if the memory of the individual FBI agent is even correct. Well, well, the other interesting thing about that is that sometimes I I gather normally a three oh three as you call it. Which is the the report of the interview is this is this is when the the agent has conducted the interview, and then he goes to yield e world east and Aguada, and and and presents his recollection of what happened at the interview. And y'all de weld eastern Agua forgets out the quill pen and writes up a written report of what the agent remembers happening at the interview. But in some of these cases in the in the Malo investigation the alleged three oh threes were written in some case. Cases weeks and months after after the the interview took place Russell, let's that Scholley not normal law enforcement, either is it. It's mind boggling, and it's absurd in the twenty first century that we're not recording these interviews. So that there's incurable evidence as to what was said by the agent, and what was said by the by the defendant, or by the respondent cases. And and this is why the federal rights. I'm sorry. The civil rights division of the FBI came into local agencies and said, wait a minute. You're having complaints that constitutional rights are being violated. So therefore, we're going to compel you to record these interviews. So there's no question as to whether there's any Miranda violation of someone's rights and taking these interviews and that the interviewer is documented correctly what they're hearing from the respondent. Not doing this in the most important investigations in our country. Yeah, I me because as you say the the FBI made you do it because your interviewing MRs Smith. About something that happened in a town of seven hundred people in the middle of nowhere. But you can take out the national security adviser of the United States a without even having any agreed neutral record of what actually took place in that meeting. That's exactly what an audio and visual recording is is it is a completely neutral recording of everything that is said by the agent and the respondent. Well, your you make an excellent point muscle. And I would say as I said mentioned earlier adcose to go to the FBI. But I think it I think we are reaching the stage when you look at what has happened in this investigation where everybody who actually is interviewed by the FBI should actually take the precaution of making their own recording of the interview aside from anything else, I'm sure the FBI would object to that. But in that case, again, I go back to what I said right at the top of the show because Russell is. Absolutely, right. What what the FBI does to local police departments around the country. They say you have to record this. You have an interview room where you interview suspects. We're going to have to have cameras and microphones in that room. Okay. Oh, thank you be. I X advice, by the way what a camera and microphone do you use? So we can. By the same stuff, you'll using. So we'll all been away where we actually don't use cameras and microphones. We have these old fashioned three threes. Ten nine thousand nine ten forty whatever the hell it's called stupid mumbo jumbo bureaucratic form-filling. Why don't they? It's exactly the same. Well, they do to these local police departments Russell's. Absolutely, right. Is exactly the same as they did to Michael Flynn. They record his conversation with the Russian ambassador. But when they want to get him over that when they want to ruin his life over that. They don't have to have a recording the judge this judge should follow this the idea that you can take out the national security adviser at the United States without even having a recording of it is absurd absurd. Lots more to come. You're listening to the network..