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05:42 min | 1 year ago

"alberto gomez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. Good morning. Many associates of President Trump are now infected by the Corona virus, including senators on the Judiciary Committee. Democrats are asking to delay the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett that nomination of Barrett to the Supreme Court was the reason so many people gathered at the White House a week ago yesterday, and that's now looking like a super spreader event will ask an expert why that's significant and how we address this pandemic. Meanwhile, Joe Biden keeps campaigning will have an update As Election Day closes in, it's now less than one month away. It's Sunday, October 4th. The news is coming up right now in this newscast. Live from NPR news. I'm trial. Snyder. President Trump remains at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center after testing positive for the Corona virus and showing symptoms of covert 19. He's expected to remain there for a few days for treatment that includes the antiviral drug grim death Severe NPR's Richard Harris. This drug is designed to stop the virus from mats producing inside the body. And the FDA has authorised its use, but specifically for people who are sick enough that they need help breathing. You know, when it was tried in people with mild to moderate symptoms, it actually didn't seem to help. But I should say that observation was based on a small sample, so we don't really know. Exactly where this drug is useful on a video president Trump tweeted last night, he said he is feeling better, but at the next few days of his treatment will be the real test. The video came after contradictory messages that cause some confusion about his condition. Vice president. Pence has been working from his home since since President Trump's diagnoses tested negative and plans to leave for Salt Lake City tomorrow in advance of Wednesday night's vice presidential debate against Democrat Kamala Harris. He's also planning to make some campaign stops, including in Arizona on Thursday. Chinese leader Xi Jinping has told President Trump that he hopes the president and first lady Melania Trump recover swiftly from covert 19 that comes despite deepening acrimony between Washington and Beijing. Here's NPR's John Brew Itch. China's state news Agency said she sent a message to Trump on Saturday. In it, the Chinese president expressed sympathy on behalf of himself and his wife on the U. N and they wish the trumps a speedy recovery. Pandemic has been a sore point between Trump and China. Trump has repeatedly called it the China played with the China virus and as recently as this week cast blame on Beijing for the spread of the disease, deflecting criticism of his own handling of it. Current virus was first detected in China late last year, but authorities there have largely brought it under control. The Chinese government has pushed back hard against accusations that it's to blame for the disease is spread around the world. John Druitt. NPR NEWS The reformer commanders from Colombia's FARC rebel group have admitted responsibility for six murders, including that of a conservative presidential candidate 25 years ago. The BBC's Electra Naysmith reports on the claim that gorillas made in a letter to the Special Justice for Peace Tribunal, which is responsible for investigating crimes committed by the FARC. At the time the killing of Alberto Gomez Carlo was widely thought to be the work of his political rivals. In a letter to Colombia's justice for Peace tribunal, three former FARC commanders say they were behind the hit Teo and now members of Congress, a result of the 2016 peace accords that ended the civil conflict, part of which meant rebel leaders confessing their crimes. Will lasted over half a century. Taking the lives of an estimated 200,000 people. Killers of Alvin now expressed progress, saying war clouds any vision of the future. This is NPR news. Pope Francis has presented his blueprint for a post Covad world, which covers fraternity income inequality, Immigration and social justice. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli Reports of Pope has a pendant says the pandemic has shown that market capitalism has failed. The pope's post pandemic vision is contained in his latest encyclical Fratelli Duty in Italian Fratelli refers to both brothers and sisters. It's released came on the birthday of his name, say ST Francis of Assisi. It's escaping description ofthe Les affaires capitalism. Francis denounces this dogma of neo liberal faith that resorts to the magic theories of spillover and trickle down economics. Ah, good economic policy, he adds, Creates jobs doesn't cut, Hm. The encyclical is a critique of nationalism and populism and the divisiveness caused by social media on racism, the pope said. It is a virus that quickly mutates and instead of disappearing, goes into hiding and lurks in waiting. Super Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome Muslims are being allowed to again make pilgrimages to Islam's holiest site at Mecca, Saudi Arabian government has partially lifted Corona virus restrictions that had been in place for months. But only a limited number of pilgrim 6000 per day or being allowed to enter the Grand Mosque and results from today's referendum and New Caledonia show a majority want to remain a part of France. Voters turned out in large numbers. French authorities say more than 53% rejected independence. New Caledonia is an archipelago in the South Pacific. The referendum Part of an effort aimed at settling tensions with pro ended with a pro independence native population. This is NPR support for NPR comes from the CMC Foundation, working to improve postsecondary educational outcomes for underserved students through evidence based innovation. Learn more at the C. M c foundation dot or GE and the listeners of cake. Six minutes. Now, past six o'clock, we do have another spare their day They are extended.

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"alberto gomez" Discussed on KCRW

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05:15 min | 1 year ago

"alberto gomez" Discussed on KCRW

"Garcia Navarro. Good morning. Many associates of President Trump are now infected by the Corona virus, including senators on the Judiciary Committee. Democrats are asking to delay the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett that nomination of Barrett to the Supreme Court was the reason so many people gathered at the White House a week ago yesterday, and that's now looking like a super spreader event will ask an expert why that's significant and how we address this pandemic. Meanwhile, Joe Biden keeps campaigning will have an update As Election Day closes in, it's now less than one month away. It's Sunday, October 4th. The news is coming up right now. In this newscast. Live from NPR news. I'm child. Snyder. President Trump remains at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center after testing positive for the Corona virus and showing symptoms of covert 19. He's expected to remain there for a few days for treatment that includes the antiviral drug grim death Severe NPR's Richard Harris. This drug is designed to stop the virus from mats producing inside the body. And the FDA has authorised its use, but specifically for people who are sick enough that they need help breathing. You know when it was tried in people with mild to moderate symptoms that actually didn't seem to help, But I should say that observation was based on a small sample, so we don't really know exactly where this drug is useful on a video president Trump tweeted last night, he said he is feeling better, but at the next few days of his treatment will be the real test. Video came after contradictory messages that cause some confusion about his condition. Vice President Pence has been working from his home since the since President Trump's diagnosis he's tested negative. And plans to leave for Salt Lake City tomorrow in advance of Wednesday night's vice presidential debate against Democrat Kamala Harris. He's also planning to make some campaign stops, including in Arizona on Thursday. Chinese leader Xi Jinping has told President Trump that he hopes the president and first lady Melania Trump recover swiftly from Cove in 19 that comes despite deepening acrimony between Washington and Beijing. Here's NPR's John Brew Itch. China's state news Agency said she sent a message to Trump on Saturday. In it, the Chinese president expressed sympathy on behalf of himself and his wife, Peng Lei Yuen, and they wish the trumps a speedy recovery. Pandemic has been a sore point between Trump and China. Trump has repeatedly called it the China played with the China virus and as recently as this week cast blame on Beijing for the spread of the disease, deflecting criticism of his own handling of it. Corona virus was first detected in China late last year, but authorities there have largely brought it under control. The Chinese government has pushed back hard against accusations that it's to blame for the disease is spread around the world. John Druitt. NPR NEWS The Reformer commanders in Colombia's FARC rebel group have admitted responsibility for six murders, including that of a conservative presidential candidate 25 years ago. The BBC's Electra Naysmith reports on the claim the gorillas made in a letter to the Special Justice for Peace Tribunal, which is responsible for investigating crimes committed by the FARC. At the time the killing of Alberto Gomez Italo was widely thought to be the work of his political rivals. In a letter to Colombia's justice for Peace Tribunal, three former FARC commanders say they were behind the hit to a now members of Congress, a result of the 2016 peace accords that ended the civil conflict, part of which meant rebel leaders confessing their crimes. The war lasted over half a century, taking the lives of an estimated 200,000 people. The killers of Alberto Gomez now expressed regress, saying war clouds Any vision of the future. This is NPR news. Pope Francis has presented his blueprint for a post Covad world, which covers fraternity income inequality, Immigration and social justice. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports of Pope has a panda says the pandemic has shown that market capitalism has failed. The pope's post pandemic vision is contained in his latest encyclical Fratelli Duty in Italian Fratelli refers to both brothers and sisters. It's released came on the birthday of his name, say ST Francis of Assisi. It's escaping description ofthe Les affaires capitalism. Francis denounces this dogma of neo liberal faith that resorts to the magic theories of spillover and trickle down economics. Ah, good economic policy, he adds, Creates jobs doesn't cut, Hm. The encyclical is a critique of nationalism and populism and the divisiveness caused by social media on racism, the pope said. It is a virus that quickly mutates and instead of disappearing, goes into hiding and lurks in waiting, soapy Poggioli NPR news Rome Muslims or being allowed to again make pilgrimages to Islam's holiest site at MCA. The Saudi Arabian government has partially lifted Corona virus restrictions that had been in place for months, but only a limited number of pilgrim 6000 per day or being allowed to enter the Grand Mosque. The results from today's referendum in New Caledonia show a majority want to remain a part of France. Voters turned out in large numbers. French authorities say more than 53% rejected independence. New Caledonia is an archipelago in the South Pacific. The referendum, part of an effort aimed at settling tensions with pro ended.

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"alberto gomez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"alberto gomez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Lulu Garcia Navarro. Good morning. Many associates of President Trump are now infected by the Corona virus, including senators on the Judiciary Committee. Democrats are asking to delay the nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett that nomination of Barrett to the Supreme Court was the reason so many people gathered at the White House a week ago yesterday, and that's now looking like a super spreader event will ask an expert why that's significant and how we address this pandemic. Meanwhile, Joe Biden keeps campaigning will have an update As Election Day closes in, it's now less than one month away. It's Sunday, October 4th. The news is coming up right now. In this newscast. Live from NPR news. I'm child. Snyder. President Trump remains at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center after testing positive for the Corona virus and showing symptoms of covert 19. He's expected to remain there for a few days for treatment that includes the antiviral drug grim death Severe NPR's Richard Harris. This drug is designed to stop the virus from mats producing inside the body. And the FDA has authorised its use, but specifically for people who are sick enough that they need help breathing. You know when it was tried in people with mild to moderate symptoms that actually didn't seem to help, But I should say that observation was based on a small sample, so we don't really know exactly where this drug is useful and a video president Trump tweeted last night, he said. He is feeling better, but at the next few days of his treatment will be the real test. The video came after contradictory messages that cause some confusion about his condition. Vice President Pence has been working from his home since since President Trump's diagnosis he's tested negative. And plans to leave for Salt Lake City tomorrow in advance of Wednesday night's vice presidential debate against Democrat Kamala Harris. He's also planning to make some campaign stops, including in Arizona on Thursday. Chinese leader Xi Jinping has told President Trump that he hopes the president and first lady Melania Trump recover swiftly from covert 19 that comes despite deepening acrimony between Washington and Beijing. Here's NPR's John Brew Itch. China's state news Agency said she sent a message to Trump on Saturday. In it, the Chinese president expressed sympathy on behalf of himself and his wife on the U. N and they wish the trumps a speedy recovery. Pandemic has been a sore point between Trump and China. Trump has repeatedly called it the China played with the China virus and as recently as this week cast blame on Beijing for the spread of the disease, deflecting criticism of his own handling of it. Corona virus was first detected in China late last year, but authorities there have largely brought it under control. The Chinese government has pushed back hard against accusations that it's to blame for the disease is spread around the world. John Druitt. NPR NEWS The reformer commanders from Colombia's FARC rebel group have admitted responsibility for six murders, including that of a conservative presidential candidate 25 years ago. The BBC's Electra Naysmith reports on the claim that gorillas made in a letter to the Special Justice for Peace Tribunal, which is responsible for investigating crimes committed by the FARC. At the time the killing of Alberto Gomez Caetano was widely thought to be the work of his political rivals. In a letter to Colombia's justice for Peace tribunal, three former FARC commanders say they were behind the hit Teo and now members of Congress, a result of the 2016 peace accords that ended the civil conflict, part of which meant rebel leaders confessing their crimes. The war lasted over half a century. Taking the lives of an estimated 200,000 people. The killers of Alberto Gomez, it now expressed regress saying, Well, clouds any vision of the future. This is NPR news. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm lance Lucky. Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie checked himself into a hospital yesterday, hours after he announced he tested positive for the Corona virus. Christie tweeted that after consulting with his doctors, he went to Morristown Medical Center. He said he's only experiencing mild symptoms but went to the hospital because he has asthma. Former governors case of Covert 19 is the latest in a string of cases connected to President Trump Center Circle. Christie said the last time he was with the president was Tuesday during preparations for his debate with former Vice President Joe Biden. But last Saturday, Christie was photographed hugging other people in the Rose Garden. When Trump announced his nomination of Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court, public health officials are calling that gathering a potential super spreader event. Trump continues to receive treatment for covert 19 at Walter Reed Medical Center. Starting next week, New York City will begin I should say this week in New York City is beginning Randomized Cove in 19 testing for students and staff at public schools about 10 to 20% of each school's population will be tested every month. The Department of Education has asked families to sign consent forms to allow students to be tested at school if they refuse. In some cases, they may be sent home. Gothamist reporter Sophia Chang If you don't ultimately submit the form, and if the school is having trouble reaching that number students they really need to have sampled the Dio east as they will start transitioning students to remote learning. Public school students enrolled in hybrid learning, returned to classrooms and faces over the last two weeks. 56 right now in Central Park will be near 67 mostly sunny today. Chance of showers after midnight and early tomorrow. Otherwise, sun and clouds tomorrow in 68. This is WN Y C at 906 Support for NPR comes from the CMC Foundation working to improve postsecondary educational outcomes for underserved students through evidence based innovation. Learn more at Ecmc foundation dot or GE..

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WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"alberto gomez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Rejected calls for a ceasefire on blamed Armenia for the conflict. The French government has announced financial support and deployed the army to help victims ofthe severe storms in the south of the country, marketable reports The French Prime minister John Kass. Techs said a search for victims was now the priority together with efforts to re house the newly homeless. After inspecting the damage for himself, he said President Macron would declare it a natural disaster. Mayor of Nice flew over areas where 100 homes once stood describing the flooding is the worst for a century. But rescue efforts have been hampered by strong winds on broken bridges. Residents have spoken of the nightmare of seeing neighbors being washed away. The Colombian former guerrilla group FARC has admitted that it killed a conservative former presidential candidates 25 years ago. Three rebel commanders, two of whom are now members of Congress, said they were to blame for the death ofthe other Gomez or Todd Oh, as well as five other murders. Elektra, Naysmith reports. At the time. The killing of Alberto Gomez Estado was widely thought to be the work of his political rivals. But in a letter to Colombia's justice for Peace tribunal, three former FARC commanders say they were behind the hit. Two and now members of Congress, a result of the 2016 peace accords that ended the civil conflict, part of which meant rebel leaders confessing their crimes. The war lasted over half a century, taking the lives of an estimated 200,000 people. The killers of Alberto Gomez. It now expressed regress, saying war clouds any vision of the future. Well. News in the North Indian state of utter protests have questioned the family of a young woman who was allegedly gang raped and murdered. The woman was from the marginalized Dalit community.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"alberto gomez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Levinson With a look at your Sunday forecast for the overnight clear skies in alot of around 51, mostly sunny for today with a high near 65. About a 50% chance of showers for tomorrow and behind your 63. This is w N. Y. C. FM. HD and AM New York. On from our own correspondent after this bulletin, Mozambique, one of the biggest gas discoveries in history on the violent men who suddenly stepped out of the forest, But who were they a local cult foreign Islamist militants? Was it a coincidence that the bloodshed began Justus foreign gas companies. Started arriving in Cabot Delgado exodus from Lebanon for young and old alike this week, then moving to Armenia. Her husband has a passport and has found a job in Europe. We have nothing there, but we have nothing here, either. Plus taking on the Internet trolls from the inside in the Philippines, you have to make them feel that you are actually part of their circle who just happened to have a change of opinion? Says Gina. You could educate the people and at the same time protect those being cyber bullied. All that's and more on from our own correspondent with me, Pascal Hotter After this petition off BBC World News. BBC News. I'm John Shea. President. Trump, who's being treated in hospital for Karen of Ours, has said in the video that he's feeling much better, but that the real test would come in the next few days. Mr Trump was given oxygen before being taken to the hospital near Washington. He admitted he did not feel well when he arrived on Friday, but he promised to return to campaigning for next month's election as soon as possible. We're working hard to get me all the way back. I have to be back. Because we still have Tio make America great again. We've done an awfully good job of that. But we still have steps to go on. We have to finish that job, and I think I'll be back soon. Azerbaijan's has its second largest city ganja has been attacked by Armenian forces as clashes over the disputed region off no gonna carry back intensify the assistant to the Azarias president. Tweeted that civilians in the city had come under fire on posted a video appearing to show damage to buildings. Hundreds of pilgrims in Saudi Arabia are being welcomed into the Great mosque in Mecca for camera again after a seven month poles because of Corona virus restrictions In the first phase, 6000 Saudi nationals on foreign residents are being allowed to perform the minor pilgrimage. The Colombian former guerrilla group FARC has admitted that it killed a conservative former presidential candidate 25 years ago, three former commanders, two of whom are now on members of Congress. Said they were to blame for the death of Alvaro Gomez or Todd Oh, as well as five other murders. Electra Naysmith reports at the time the killing of Alberto Gomez Italo was widely thought to be the work of his political rivals. In a letter to Colombia's justice for Peace tribunal, three former FARC commanders say they were behind the hit Teo and now members of Congress, a result of the 2016 peace accords that ended the civil conflict, part of which meant rebel leaders confessing their crimes. Will lasted over half a century, taking the lives of an estimated 200,000 people. The killers of Alberto Gomez it although now expressed regress, saying war clouds any vision of the future. The French government has announced financial support and deployed the army to help victims ofthe severe storms in the south of the country. He has mark Labelle. The French Prime minister John Kass. Techs said a search for victims was now the priority together with efforts to re house the newly homeless after inspecting the damage for himself. He said President Macron would declare it a natural disaster. The mayor of niece flew over areas where 100 homes once stood describing the flooding is the worst for a century. But rescue efforts have been hampered by strong winds on broken bridges. Residents have spoken of the nightmare of seeing neighbors being washed away. This is the latest world news from the BBC. Investigators in the north, the North Indian state of utter Pradesh have questioned the family of a young woman who was allegedly gang raped and murdered. The woman that was from the marginalized college community on her case has reignited anger and debate about India's high level of violence against women. Four men from upper caste communities have been accused but deny involvement. Polls have opened in Kyrgyzstan for parliamentary elections. The economic hardship suffered by many in the country has sparked concerns about vote buying. No party is allowed to take more than 65 seats in the 120 seat parliament. Vote counting is underway in New Caledonia after a referendum to decide whether the French Pacific territory should become independent or keep existing ties with Paris. Turnout in one district hit a record 90% In a similar referendum Two years ago, New Caledonian rejected independence voters back the move this time, which observers say is not expected. Paris will see control after transition period. The 40th London Marathon is underway, but this year's is very different to previous ones. Because of the Koran of ours. The world's best marathon runners are competing in a loop course away from Spectators. The race director. Huge Hue Brescia sound toothy athletes would have to adapt to the new format. When you do these big events in cities, you generally going from point to point. Where is here? They're doing about 19.7 laps of ST James's Park. So it's quite like a track race, but obviously over 42.195 kilometres, so I think the concentration levels will be very different on the experience of not having the crowd support will be enormously different. 45,000 other athletes unable to take part in the usual public race are attempting to run or walk marathon distance wherever they are in the world. That's the latest BBC news. This is from our own correspondent on the BBC World Service in this edition. Lebanon Central Bank has collapsed, taking with it People's life savings. Explosion at the dock in the capital took homes and buildings. The Corona virus took jobs. The politicians took their hope we hear from the Lebanese getting out of their country. With what little they've got left. We also meet the young Filipinos fighting back against online trolls from the inside. And the place where the only water comes in a truck. But first to Mozambique, Onda people told to expect a reversal of fortune for their country For years. Mozambique Creaking Lee slowly rebuilt after the war, there were success stories such as tourism ventures in the North's ecological beetles. Then a massive discovery of natural gas promised a sudden shot in the arm of funds for the government on development for the north and to the men who stepped out of the forest and laid a trap the government and its armed forces. Seem to have fallen right into Underneath them. Cushioning, therefore are the civilians Andrew Harding. From above Vermes e looks like a thin green smile. It's a sliver of land fringed by white powdery beaches on by the light blue smudges of submerged coral reefs. At low tide, you could almost walk to the nearby in mainland, a remote corner of northern Mozambique, places far away from the nation's capital Maputo, as Moscow is from London. For years, divers have come to Hamisi Island to explore its magnificent untouched reefs and to watch endangered baby turtles paddle off into the emerald Hayes. The recent decades, this slow, hot, humid land of farms, mosques and harbors has begun to change. A more assertive, more austere form of Islam has arrived and taken hold. At the same time, Heroin has flooded the region on its way from the poppy fields of Afghanistan through to Europe. The trade has empowered criminal gangs and corrupted local politics and added to the coastal populations longstanding sense Of neglect even of chronic exploitation. Speaking of which A few years ago, American and Italian prospectors discovered huge reserves.

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"alberto gomez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"alberto gomez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Nor news. silent witness to fight crime you might call this road rage although the person in trouble was wasn't in a car it happened in the middle of afternoon rush hour on Monday Monday August twelfth twenty nineteen at twenty fourth street into in Thomas Phoenix police sergeant Jamie Raab jobs as a driver was was turning left in the intersection the truck driver was trying to make the turn as possible he didn't realize that as the pedestrians in the crosswalk and almost hit him the guy in the crosswalk pulled out a gun and pointed it at the driver the victim stop the car car right there in the pedestrian slash suspect took off when inside a restaurant in all ultimately snuck out the back door the pedestrian is now wanted for aggravated assault so it's all your fault jobs as surveillance cameras inside the restaurant got a good picture of them but a what a witness would be even more helpful maybe someone saw that a strange him leaving the back back dorm maybe they saw the weapon and they just didn't know what was going on that kind of information would help us since next officers responding to calls of a body in the road it bam your date twenty fifth Fifth Avenue found twenty two year old Jose Alberto Gomez he was obviously the seas it was late late Sunday night July fourteenth twenty nineteen Phoenix police detective Mike Mike Fisher says Jose had been shot multiple times you live like a half a mile away from where he was found and forty minutes prior he had been seen by some of his neighbors it seemed like everything was okay Jose was from Honduras and had no family of the of the valley investigators would like to talk to anyone who knew him or worked with them to try to find more information about it find the links with pictures and is a more details about these cases that KTAR dot.

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

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"This is ABC news. your news. silent witness. to fight crime. the way you might call this road rage although the person in trouble wasn't in a car it happened in the middle of afternoon rush hour on Monday August twelfth twenty nineteen at twenty fourth street and Thomas Phoenix police are directing debut of jobs as a driver was turning left in the intersection the driver was trying to make the turn as possible he didn't realize the pedestrians in the crosswalk and almost hit him the guy in the crosswalk pulled out a gun and pointed it at the driver the victim stop the car right there in the pedestrian slash suspect took off ran inside a restaurant and ultimately snuck out the back door the pedestrian is now wanted for aggravated assault sergeant rock child says surveillance cameras inside the restaurant got a good picture of them but a witness would be even more helpful maybe someone saw that a strange him leaving the back dorm maybe they saw the weapon and they just didn't know what was going on that kind of information would help us next officers responding to calls of the body in the road it bam puritan twenty fifth Avenue found twenty two year old Jose Alberto Gomez he was obviously the seas it was late Sunday night July fourteenth twenty nineteen Phoenix police detective Mike Fisher says Jose had been shot multiple times we live like a half a mile away from where he was found and forty minutes prior he had been seen by some of his neighbors and it seemed like everything was okay Jose was from Honduras and had no family of the valley investigators would like to talk to anyone who knew him or worked with them to try to find more information about it find the links with pictures and more details.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

"alberto gomez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We are new present silent witness. to fight crime here's the west you might call this road rage although the person in trouble wasn't in a car it happened in the middle of afternoon rush hour on Monday August twelfth twenty nineteen at twenty fourth street and Thomas Phoenix police sergeant Jamie Raab jobs as a driver was turning left in the intersection the driver was trying to make the turn as possible he didn't realize the pedestrians in the crosswalk and almost hit him the guy in the crosswalk pulled out a gun and pointed it at the driver of the victim stop the car right there in the pedestrian slash suspect took off ran inside a restaurant and ultimately snuck out the back door the pedestrian is now wanted for aggravated assault sergeant rock child says surveillance cameras inside the restaurant got a good picture of them but a witness would be even more helpful maybe someone saw that a strange him leaving the back dorm maybe they saw the weapon and they just didn't know what was going on that kind of information would help us next officers responding to calls of a body in the road it bam puritan twenty fifth Avenue found twenty two year old Jose Alberto Gomez he was obviously the seas it was late Sunday night July fourteenth twenty nineteen Phoenix police detective Mike Fisher says Jose had been shot multiple times we live like a half a mile away from where he was found and forty minutes prior he had been seen by some of his neighbors and it seemed like everything was okay Jose was from Honduras and had no family of the valley investigators would like to talk to anyone who knew him or worked with them to try to find more information about it find the links with pictures and more details.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

"alberto gomez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Your new. silent witness. to fight crime here's Janey west you might call this road rage double the person in trouble wasn't in a car it happened in the middle of afternoon rush hour on Monday August twelfth twenty nineteen at twenty fourth street and Thomas Phoenix police sergeant Jamie Raab jobs as a driver was turning left in the intersection the driver was trying to make the turn as possible he didn't realize the pedestrians in the crosswalk and almost hit him the guy in the crosswalk pulled out a gun and pointed it at the driver of the victim stop the car right there in the pedestrian slash suspect took off ran inside a restaurant and ultimately snuck out the back door the pedestrian is now wanted for aggravated assault sergeant Ross child says surveillance cameras inside the restaurant got a good picture of them but a witness would be even more helpful maybe someone saw that is strange him leaving the back dorm maybe they saw the weapon and they just didn't know what was going on that kind of information would help us next officers responding to calls of a body in the road it bam bearded twenty fifth Avenue found twenty two year old Jose Alberto Gomez he was obviously the seas it was late Sunday night July fourteenth twenty nineteen Phoenix police detective Mike Fisher says Jose had been shot multiple times we live like a half a mile away from where he was found and forty minutes prior he had been seen by some of his neighbors and it seemed like everything was okay Jose was from Honduras and had no family of the valley investigators would like to talk to anyone who knew him or worked with them to try to find more information about it find the links with pictures and more details about.

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

"alberto gomez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"May apply. your news. silent witness. to fight crime here's Janey west you might call this road rage although the person in trouble wasn't in a car it happened in the middle of afternoon rush hour on Monday August twelfth twenty nineteen at twenty fourth street and Thomas Phoenix police sergeant Jamie Raab jobs as a driver was turning left in the intersection the driver was trying to make the turn as possible he didn't realize the pedestrians in the crosswalk and almost hit him the guy in the crosswalk pulled out a gun and pointed it at the driver of the victim stop the car right there in the pedestrian slash suspect took off ran inside a restaurant and ultimately snuck out the back door the pedestrian is now wanted for aggravated assault sergeant rock child says surveillance cameras inside the restaurant got a good picture of them but a witness would be even more helpful maybe someone saw that is strange him leaving the back dorm maybe they saw the weapon and they just didn't know what was going on that kind of information would help us next officers responding to calls of a body in the road it bam you're at twenty fifth Avenue found twenty two year old Jose Alberto Gomez he was obviously the seas it was late Sunday night July fourteenth twenty nineteen Phoenix police detective Mike Fisher says Jose had been shot multiple times we live like a half a mile away from where he was found and forty minutes prior he had been seen by some of his neighbors and it seemed like everything was okay Jose was from Honduras and had no family in the valley investigators would like to talk to anyone who knew him or worked with them to try to find more information about it find the links with pictures and more details about these cases that KTAR dot com.

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"alberto gomez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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07:59 min | 2 years ago

"alberto gomez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's. showtimes year Danno from Philadelphia sitting in follow me on Twitter at show twelve ten just a a great American action we just heard from various may feel that love to get your response to that. and Sir maybe you don't live in a big city as I do but we know and I told you last night how long Philadelphia's been run by progressives and it's been my experience that very is progressive events over the years you have people that just trash the environment and don't clean it up they think well that's what we have government for here people actually going into these neighborhoods grass roots in taking out fifty tons of trash it in LA for example here in Philadelphia where they're going to be at Temple University in north Philly. god knows I'll take out twenty just on a Saturday I think if they have a substantial number of people why is that why are these cities in many of those neighborhoods to Democrats want to blame the people in the neighborhoods. or if there are their policies are there things that go on with all the money spent on governments. why don't you see it in the suburbs yeah you could say some of it are the people that trash it but some of it is government and government is run by progressives in these big cities and they don't provide the services. where is in the suburbs they do where they be voted out of office whatever that group might be. all right eight six six fifty Jimbo eight six six five zero five forty six twenty six now one other thing and it's right that this kind of got drowned out but I want to talk about it by impeachment well we'll get back to impeachment in a moment. that the president's speech at the U. N.. was a big moment with something that was a take away. that didn't get as much attention to because of the impeachment and that is simply this. at the U. N. the president said the time of global worst is over. one two years are separate entity if you want peace so. of your nation. isn't this the essence of this and I hope for trump is able to get this debate going he did a bit in twenty six sixteen. America first it's what's good for for American citizens what is good for American workers the elites the globalist many of these people some of them Republicans since two. they do not see it that way they see it as more of a global thing thus globalist all these trade deals nafta. the number of factories that have been close a number of American jobs but the but the elites made out on these things they did well their jobs are not being outsourced. this is what trump said at the U. N. that I think was very direct the few future does not belong to globalist the future belongs to patriots the future belongs to such sovereign and independent nation to protect their citizens respect their name neighbors and honor the differences that make each country special and unique why is that so difficult. well because the leaks don't have a form of patriotism they they called xenophobia they don't call it patriotism I think it is deep patriotism and its concern for the average American the forgotten Americans in many of these forgotten town symptom places like Wisconsin Michigan and yet yes where I am in Pennsylvania and that rent rally people during the twenty sixteen election cycle which trump. Democrats can't match that sadly many Republicans case can't match it they don't see it that way. why is it seen as offensive for out of bed downs or something that's negative it's very very positive and each country ought to be doing that right. what am I missing here eight six six fifty Jim Jimbo get you on board also I'm asking all night long. how are you feeling tonight are you feeling better after the detention of last night when Nancy Pelosi dropped moving forward with impeachment essentially president trump said said he would release this today the unredacted phone phone call transcript we did get that. I know some some people are surprised saying in what universe in neck neck comment about how can you do us a favor is adequate quid pro quo where's the threat wrecked where is telling the Ukrainians you're not getting a dime in the Russians are going over run you unless you give us Joe bide. where is that it's not there but apparently Democrats have seized upon this idea can you do us a favor. that's all that they need. out of the entire call I think deep down though they realize they miss with this now they have to hit on Friday with the complaints of the whistle blower. and then when that Mrs they're gonna have to hit with the testimony of the whistle blower before the American public that's going to be even harder. yet they're actually tonight saying what's not have any recess let's work through it it's too important to meaning this is the one thing to get them to work the take out president drop. that's exactly where they're going and what they want to do. well finally they're going to be doing some work but they're not going to be doing the people's business they're going to be doing the political agenda business so I'd love to get you in at eight six six fifty Jimbo it's all in play eight six six five zero five forty six twenty six that's where you go to get to me. and I salute the various may feel we need more that across America particularly in these big city it's obvious isn't it. game with John Deere Danno sitting in for Jim Bohannon on Westwood One. your new prison silent witness. to fight crime here's the way you might call this road rage although the person in trouble wasn't in a car it happened in the middle of afternoon rush hour on Monday August twelfth twenty nineteen at twenty fourth street and Thomas Phoenix police sergeant Jamie Raab jobs as a driver was turning left in the intersection the driver was trying to make the turn as possible he didn't realize the pedestrians in the crosswalk and almost hit him the guy in the crosswalk pulled out a gun and pointed it at the driver of the victim stop the car right there in the pedestrian slash suspect took off ran inside a restaurant and ultimately snuck out the back door the pedestrian is now wanted for aggravated assault sarja Rothschild says surveillance cameras inside the restaurant got a good picture of them but a witness would be even more helpful maybe someone saw that a strange him leaving the back dorm maybe they saw the weapon and they just didn't know what was going on that kind of information would help us next officers responding to calls of a body in the road it bam puritan twenty fifth Avenue found twenty two year old Jose Alberto Gomez he was obviously the seas it was late Sunday night July fourteenth twenty nineteen Phoenix police detective Mike Fisher says Jose had been shot multiple times we live like a half a mile away from where he was found and forty minutes prior he had been seen by some of his neighbors and it seemed like everything was okay Jose was from Honduras and had no family of the valley investigators would like to talk to anyone who knew him or worked with them to try to.

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"alberto gomez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

"alberto gomez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Pizza I don't know if you had anything to eat in the last hour or so but if you're hungry gets a pizza here some energy nearly fifty thousand workers walked off the job at GM plants nationwide last week you're listening to ABC news. your new prison. silent witness. he has to fight crime here's Janey west you might call this road rage double the person in trouble wasn't in a car it happened in the middle of afternoon rush hour on Monday August twelfth twenty nineteen at twenty fourth street and Thomas Phoenix police sergeant Jamie Raab jobs as a driver was turning left in the intersection the driver was trying to make the turn as possible he didn't realize the pedestrians in the crosswalk and almost hit him the guy in the crosswalk pulled out a gun and pointed it at the driver the victim stop the car right there in the pedestrian slash suspect took off ran inside a restaurant and ultimately snuck out the back door the pedestrian is now wanted for aggravated assault sergeant rock child says surveillance cameras inside the restaurant got a good picture of them but a witness would be even more helpful maybe someone saw that a strange him leaving the back door maybe they saw the weapon and they just didn't know what was going on that kind of information would help us next officers responding to calls of the body in the road it bam you're at twenty fifth Avenue found twenty two year old Jose Alberto Gomez he was obviously the seas it was late Sunday night July fourteenth twenty nineteen Phoenix police detective Mike Fisher says Jose had been shot multiple times we live like a half a mile away from where he was found and forty minutes prior he had been seen by some of his neighbors and it seemed like everything was okay Jose was from Honduras and had no family of the valley investigators would like to talk to anyone who knew him or worked with them to try to find more information about it find the links with pictures and more details about these cases that.

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"alberto gomez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

"alberto gomez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This road rage although the person in trouble wasn't in a car it happened in the middle of afternoon rush hour on Monday August twelfth twenty nineteen at twenty fourth street and Thomas Phoenix police sergeant Jamie Raab jobs as a driver was turning left in the intersection the driver was trying to make the turn as possible he didn't realize the pedestrians in the crosswalk and almost hit him the guy in the crosswalk pulled out a gun and pointed it at the driver of the victim stop the car right there in the pedestrian slash suspect took off ran inside a restaurant and ultimately snuck out the back door the pedestrian is now wanted for aggravated assault sergeant Ross child says surveillance cameras inside the restaurant got a good picture of them but a witness would be even more helpful maybe someone saw that is strange him leaving the back door maybe they saw the weapon and they just didn't know what was going on that kind of information would help us next officers responding to calls of the body in the road it bam puritan twenty fifth Avenue found twenty two year old Jose Alberto Gomez he was obviously the seas it was late Sunday night July fourteenth twenty nineteen Phoenix police detective Mike Fisher says Jose had been shot multiple times we live like a half a mile away from where he was found and forty minutes prior he had been seen by some of his neighbors and it seemed like everything was okay Jose was from Honduras and had no family of the valley investigators would like to talk to anyone who knew him or worked with them to try to find more information about it find the links with pictures and more details about these cases that KTAR dot com click menu scroll down to blogs and silent witness I'm Jamie west KTAR news if you have information about a felony crime and wish to remain anonymous contact.

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"alberto gomez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"alberto gomez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Silent witness. to fight crime here's the way you might call this road rage although the person in trouble wasn't in a car it happened in the middle of afternoon rush hour on Monday August twelfth twenty nineteen at twenty fourth street and Thomas Phoenix police sergeant Jamie Raab jobs as a driver was turning left in the intersection the driver was trying to make the turn as possible he didn't realize the pedestrians in the crosswalk and almost hit him the guy in the crosswalk pulled out a gun and pointed it at the driver the victim stop the car right there in the pedestrian slash suspect took off ran inside a restaurant and ultimately snuck out the back door the pedestrian is now wanted for aggravated assault sergeant rock child says surveillance cameras inside the restaurant got a good picture of them but a witness would be even more helpful maybe someone saw that a strange him leaving the back door maybe they saw the weapon and they just didn't know what was going on that kind of information would help us next officers responding to calls of the body in the road it bam puritan twenty fifth Avenue found twenty two year old Jose Alberto Gomez he was obviously the seas it was late Sunday night July fourteenth twenty nineteen Phoenix police detective Mike Fisher says Jose had been shot multiple times we live like a half a mile away from where he was found and forty minutes prior he had been seen by some of his neighbors and it seemed like everything was okay Jose was from Honduras and had no family of the valley investigators would like to talk to anyone who knew him or worked with them to try to find more information about it find the links with pictures and more details about these cases that KTAR dot.

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