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"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:39 min | 7 months ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"His point being that the government is not gonna help name. What's your point. I was here last night. Point my point is i was talking about how without going all the way back to the beginning. Trying to pick up where i left off. I was talking about how in albuquerque new mexico you have. The department of justice is headed by the jewish guy. Mirror garland That is can. That has taken control of the albuquerque. Police department Because the albuquerque police department has been determined to have demonstrated a pattern and practice. That's illegal thing had an in practice of civil rights violations in the police department because they have some record of being bad. Policemen gone right because because of a pattern and practice of human of civil rights violations which are also human rights violations. And so my my point is is he and had mentioned that Obviously the fbi is listening every minute of the of this program. Hi fbi how you guys do. This is david olson again. I talked to you last night on this program. So i'm talking to you again and my point was that. Hey you guys you know. I've i've called up and made reports multiple times about another pattern and practice of civil rights violations in the new mexico family and children's courts and i have about two dozen points of admissible evidence just myself which leads me to believe that. If you look at many many other cases you will find way more evidence than i alone have which will establish a pattern and practice. And so what i'm saying. Fbi is why don't you please since the new mexico family and children's courts don't want to listen to me Why don't you come in here with your department of justice garland and doing investigation and see. If what david brent olefin aka david olson. Three three three is telling you is correct. David.

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:37 min | 7 months ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Are not free to enter anymore. Everything from bookstores to clothing stores two grocery stores to almost everywhere is restricted to vaccinated people. Only and oh forget if you have a vaccine and you've got the vaccine passport you also have to show d in order to get in to anywhere you wanna go now. And that's not just happening in lithuania. It's also happening here. In the united states it's also happening. Alberta canada and i know peak has a story about them. You had mentioned that Obviously they're they're starting this in a city by city basis in the us. Yes in the us. But they haven't done any state yet But the closest thing to a state in canada province of alberta exactly and it wasn't just alberta i believe Quebec already had the vaccination passport. I think that was like two months ago that they put into To effect so we can talk about all that. But let's go to your calls and thoughts. I david is on the line in new mexico. You're on free talk live. Go ahead david. Now and take the opportunity that i heard you a moment ago. Say that the feds feds david. Olson are obviously listening to every program that you have re talk live and so i want to capitalize on that. Hi this is david olson. Middle name brent. You know me because i've made multiple reports to you at your albuquerque. Fbi office so you can easily look that up online. I'm aka david olson. Three three three olsen is spelled with an oem so I have given you some information on this previously. But since he and brought it up and refresh my memory. Let me remind you that you have Department of justice. America garland under joe biden administration. You have had for whatever seven years. Nine years. The department of justice the feds Running the albuquerque police department. Why because of the legal standard being met of a pattern and practice of civil rights violations. And we discussed in your your previous hour you discussing mainly constitutional issues surrounding the the marijuana issue And this is a constitutional issue Because what your previous caller was talking about was a fundamental right to do. Business enshrined in us constitution. And i am talking about a fundamental right as Defined by the us supreme court on about twenty different occasions that the right to parent one's own children is a fundamental right like voting fundamental. Right i would say significantly more fundamental than voting. I would agree with you and the the right to not be beat up. Wrongfully by your police is a fundamental right and a pattern and practice of being beat up by wrongfully by your police and other things. In the city of albuquerque is what caused the department of justice. America ireland president biden to come in. And take control of the albuquerque police department. Now i have given you previously. And i have About a hundred times more evidence. And i've already given you about a pattern and practice of the violation of the fundamental rights to parent one's own children and to beat parented by one's own parents. I've given you many pieces already. I have many more. And so i just this is not this. In addition to being an actual constructive legal notice served upon the fbi the department of justice the the administration right now through this actual constructive legal notice that i just served upon. You said in addition to that. It's a request for you to contact me through your fbi. Records david brent olson aka david olson. Three three three concerning the evidence that i have which is mountain. And i'm only one person presumably. You've already reached out to the fbi and they've ignored you right like that's why you're trying to do over the airwaves here. Yes because the. I suspect that's not going to work right like if they're ignoring you directly. They're they're going to definitely ignore you. Buy around around the other way around. Because they are more likely to ignore you. directly when i'm i'm filing the same report on these airwaves with Many listeners hearing it there is more weight put onto the fbi to do something about it because now other people know about it when i just give them a report. The only people that know about or the person says the report. So you're essentially request by coming on the airwaves. Yeah i'm just gonna go out on a limb here and say. I don't think they're going to get back to you because they have no obligation. And thank you dave for the call tonight. They have no obligation to protect anybody. They have no obligation to respond to anyone. You out an obligation to keep paying for their salaries but they have no obligation to do anything for you. I last last. I heard i mean i'm i'm certainly no kind of legal expert in any way shape perform but Last i heard there are differences between when you privately contact someone and when you publish the attempt to contact someone good friends but it doesn't mean they're going to do anything that kind of depends on who's Making the call. Well i mean certainly the f. b. i. is more likely to return a phone call if it's abc's twenty twenty looking for an interview or whatever. They're more likely to you. Know do something there. But also so part of a lot of cases they sunday northern. I if someone sends me an email i have sort of illegal out of like. Oh i'm sorry. I didn't check my email properly whereas if someone publishes in the newspaper i'm trying to get a hold of this person i have much less Recourse now i get the argument. I totally understand. The argument is just they have no obligation to do anything whatsoever. And the only thing the fbi is going to do is something that makes them look good and even if they had a A uris obligation to do so like an in paper. obligation. That has no real bearing on whether or not they will have a defacto Whether they're actually going to do it the number here if you want to join us six oh three two eight three six one six year and all you have to do is look at the supreme court of the united states for a multitude of cases that have said time and time again that the federal government and the state governments local governments. They have no obligation to protect you. The police for instance if you call them while you're being murdered or raped or something like that and then they don't come. You can't sue them over it. They have no liability worse. If there's one just standing there watching it happen nothing. No now some of them might he might just because they might still be a good human being or something like that at some level. That's a possibility but whether they will not be held legally responsible in any way shape or form if they do nothing and that's just the facts. If you don't believe me go ahead and do your own research just search online for no obligation to protect search for that phrase and you will find the court decisions and you can't believe everything you read on the internet. No you can't but Presumably these Court decision paperwork are you know inaccurate. And there's wikipedia pages that are dedicated to them and you can actually read the actual court decisions in these cases and it's it's pretty clear and it it's not just like one or two cases its case after case after case because it's basically a legal maxim and if i'm not mistaken it also applies to armed forces that is to say that the military has no obligation to actually defend any of the citizenry. No that's true. That is a good point. Captain because that is a huge mythology surrounding the military for instance if we were to talk about flex it. Hopefully we'll get a chance Coming up here in a bit. Florida exit from the united states or new hampshire exeter or tex one of the the objections. You're going to get from people on the right wing is they'll say well. What about the military. We need them to protect us. From china and russia and you know fill in the blank of the the big boogeyman At the moment that they want you to be afraid of but the reality is the military is much more likely to protect governmental installations now than it is to protect your neighborhood if in fact if the military decides that it is good strategy to allow your neighborhood to be destroyed in order to protect the governmental installation or to somehow destroy your neighborhood in order to protect their installation. For whatever reason.

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 7 months ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The U.S. has posted the second largest annual budget deficit on record for 2021 the deficit for the fiscal year through September was $2.77 trillion Again that was the second largest Compare that with $3.1 trillion That was the peak seen the year before President Biden conferred this morning with House speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer on the president's economic agenda Democrats are working to wrap up those negotiations on a roughly $2 trillion compromise version of President Biden's spending plan They want to get this done by the end of this weekend So we're of course watching it for you Defense secretary Lloyd Austin says the U.S. will continue assisting Taiwan in itself defense this after President Biden said the U.S. will defend Taiwan if it comes under attack but that nobody wants armed conflict in the region We'll continue to help Taiwan with the sorts of capabilities that it needs to defend itself The defense secretary Lloyd Austin speaking at NATO headquarters in Brussels The Santa Fe county sheriff's office says the director of photography on the set of the movie rust was killed The film's director injured when they were shot by a prop firearm discharged by actor Alec Baldwin retired Albuquerque police department commander Paul Sykes says injuries can be possible with a blank round You know you could have some unburned gunpowder come out the end of the barrel You could have some close contact injuries from blank rounds Retired Albuquerque police department commander Paul Sykes says it is not likely that a live round got into that gun Police say that investigation remains open and active Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Amy Morris This is Bloomberg The Alzheimer's I it's Jonathan cotton with a good feed store and I've shared before how I love an organization called taps Tragedy assistance program for survivors Recently we invited some taps family members who had lost a military loved one to have dinner with us As we listen to their stories I was reminded again of how the loss of a military loved one is such a devastating experience Not only is the loved one gone but often they lose their military community and sometimes an entire lifestyle My heart was sad over their grief yet my spirit was inspired by their courage Then to top it off I was amazed at their.

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:49 min | 7 months ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thank you very much Tom Paul a month after recommending boosters for some who got the Pfizer shots the CDC is now recommending Moderna and Johnson & Johnson boosters for certain groups as well as mixing and matching COVID vaccines CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky Some people may very well prefer to get the vaccine that they originally got And the vast majority of people probably did well with that and would choose to do so But there are some people who may prefer for whatever reason to get another vaccine and our CDC recommendations allow for this mix and match now Doctor walensky spoke to ABC this morning Authorities say actor Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun on a movie set and killed the cinematographer The director of the western being film was wounded a Baldwin spokesperson said there was an accident on the set involving the misfire of a prop gun with blanks weapons experts are weighing in retired Albuquerque police department commander Paul psych has handled prop guns and other movies You know you could have some unburned gunpowder come out the end of the barrel which is being ignited through you know you know it's introduction to oxygen and it's essentially on fire for a moment as it leaves that barrel So you could have some close contact injuries from blank rounds A Santa Fe sheriff spokesman said detectives were investigating how and what type of projectile was discharged Baldwin was seen outside the sheriff's office in tears China is saying there is no room for compromise or concessions over the issue of Taiwan following a comment by president Joe Biden at the U.S. is committed to defending the island if it is attacked A foreign ministry spokesperson reasserted China's long-standing claim that the island is its territory Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries Michael Barr this is Bloomberg temple Megabyte thanks so much Tesla has a market cap of 900 gazillion dollars JPMorgan has a market cap of 500 Gazillion dollars Yep Disgust Disgusting The boy it is just it's been one of the great equity stories that just my career and I've been doing this a long time just to see the value that the market ascribes to what is in effect from some people's perspective Simply an auto company From other people's perspective it is something much more It is a technology It is a representative representation of a transformation of an entire industry from carbon to green And it has all of that behind it And I think this valuation we come to learn over the years represents you're talking asking Steve off about how far ahead you have to discount the cash flows You're discounting very very far ahead cash flows for Tesla to get to a valuation here And the bulls are very comfortable doing that And it's just extraordinary I can't even do the math The zeros are there Tesla has a modeled revenue of 71 billion This is as far out as Bloomberg's willing to go And I think JPMorgan is a 123,000 Right Yeah It's just crazy Is this a granddad They just certainly not agree Or with a big footnote maybe but it's just been extraordinary to watch it And the people that have been bullish like Dan and I have some web bush boom he's been wrong I'm not over $900 a record high end Tesla this morning The Dow up a 137 points The vix 15.04 Please stay with us from beautiful.

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3 Officers Wounded in Shootout in Albuquerque

Sean Hannity

00:18 sec | 9 months ago

3 Officers Wounded in Shootout in Albuquerque

"Three Albuquerque Police officers were shot on another was injured while responding to a robbery. Police chief Harold Medina says one of the officers was hit in the chest above his vest and is in critical condition. One officer was shot in the arm while another was saved by his bullet proof vest. The fourth officer was injured by shrapnel or

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Student Fatally Shot at Albuquerque Middle School

The Ramsey Show

00:22 sec | 10 months ago

Student Fatally Shot at Albuquerque Middle School

"Shooting in New Mexico leaves a middle schooler dead. Albuquerque Police responded to Washington Middle school Friday afternoon, where one male student shot another. Both are 13 years old. The victim was killed. The shooter was taken into custody. Albuquerque deputy Commander Kyle Heart socks says It's not clear if any other students were going to be targeted. He was asked if bullying may have led up to the shooting and said they were investigating that

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:59 min | 11 months ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on 600 WREC

"42. It's Alabama's Morning news. I'm jt glad to have you along this morning. Appreciate Jamaica is part of your Monday morning. It was awful situation with that such, uh, the the condo crashed down in South Florida last week. As we told you, they're continuing the search and rescue their, uh, just just horrible that we had. Another bad incident happened over the weekend this past Saturday. It's been kind of confirmed rather now that five people were killed after this hot air balloon crashed in New Mexico. Those balloon festivals they have out there are just spectacular and amazing. I think they do them in Arizona, as well in New Mexico obviously has a great standing tradition for those as well. Officials say this balloon, though. Crashed into a power line in Albuquerque, causing it to catch on fire. Mm, It's awful there. They, uh Here is Albuquerque, Albuquerque Police chief Harold Medina, describing seeing the balloons flying earlier. In 26 years. It's one of the scenes. I guess that means most because it was just such a beautiful moment that led to such a tragic ending for these individuals involved. Yeah. He also remembers the former LAPD officer there who died in this balloon crash. Use a bike officer valuations when I first came on, and, uh, it just really emphasize the point of how really no matter how big we think we are. We're still a tight knit community and incidents like this affect us all. Absolutely. Balloon once again crashed into a power line, causing it to catch on fire and the basket reportedly separated from the bloom, causing it to plunge to the ground. Four people were declared dead at the scene, and the fifth person was taken to the hospital where they died from their injuries. But yeah, prayers for those families out there. That is just sad. Also over the weekend Friday, being a part of the weekend, right, former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shobin Has been now sentenced to a lot of time in jail. In fact, here's the judge Peter Kale, affirming the verdict and announcing that sentence based on the verdict of the jury finding.

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"I'm Derek Dennis a news conference any moment now from authorities in Surfside, Florida, updating the search and rescue effort from Thursday's massive condo collapse. At last count. Five confirmed deaths for identified and 156 people unaccounted for Surfside Mayor Charles Burkett on ABC s this week this morning and said crews are doing all they can to give families of missing loved ones. Good news. We are working. 24 hours a day nonstop, nothing else on our mind with the only objective of pulling their family members out of that rubble safely, and crews are getting help from a search and rescue team arriving today from overseas. Israel's new prime minister, sending one of its world renowned rescue teams to Surfside, Florida to assist in the search for survivors at the collapsed building. Naftali Bennett called Governor Ron Dissenters Expressed his condolences and prayers to Americans. Israel's team includes the military head of the national rescue unit, doctors, engineers and psychologists. They will also help the local Jewish community. At least a dozen Jews and Israeli citizens are among the nearly 160 missing Those trapped or feared dead in the rubble. Georgiana Miller ABC NEWS Jerusalem, Another tragedy in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A hot air balloon crashed, killing the pilot and two couples sightseeing together. They were all Identified this morning all in their sixties, their balloon hitting power lines, then crashing to the ground and catching fire. The balloon itself traveled with the air somewhere else, but when they hit the lines, the basket, you know, fellow road look along the lines and fell to the street. Albuquerque, Police Communications director Gilbert Gallegos. Dangerous heat in the Pacific Northwest triple digit temperatures in the forecast for Seattle, Portland, Oregon, parts of Northern California and communities in between record breaking heat in areas usually cool and wet. You're listening to ABC news. Yeah. Yeah. Home improvements. It's a beautiful thing at Jeff Roof. Com game of news plays out here. What a performance! Let's go down to the newsroom and hear from the Star anchor. Great job. How did you pull that off? Well, you know, I just went out there and like I do at the top and bottom of every hour and gave it 110% And you know, I just want to thank.

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Hot air balloon crash in New Mexico kills at least 4 people, critically injures 1

Glenn Beck

00:11 sec | 11 months ago

Hot air balloon crash in New Mexico kills at least 4 people, critically injures 1

"Fatalities in New Mexico after the crash of a hot air balloon. Albuquerque police say four people died this morning. One other person is critically hurt. It appears the balloon hit a power

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"They investigating the signal thing yet or not in new mexico. It appears that the ball is firmly in the court of hector balderas the ag of the state of new mexico and there is deafening silence. Coming from Him since he said that he was looking into it. But let me add it since. This is a deprivation of What is it. Fifth amendment rights to due process because evidence is being destroyed It is also jurisdiction of one merrick. Garland garland the us attorney. General in charge of the department of justice and the department of justice happens to have had for a decade An open investigation into the albuquerque police department for quote patterns and practices that violate federal law. And these are also patterns and practices that violate federal law. So maybe the department of justice might look into this well. I don't know if they're going to look at the albuquerque police department and the new mexico new mexico department of children's services as the sort of same investigation. But they certainly should. Somebody certainly should be looking into this. But ultimately i mean the investigation for the albuquerque. Police departments been going on for a decade. How many police officers have jailed. Well none by but it's really not about the ourselves and we found we're actually innocent. I mean we are just as shocked as you are but the Turns out we we we find ourselves completely innocent and very good looking go ahead. Yes so the way that the you'd doj investigation at apd goes. That is that. There's an attorney that was appointed by the department of justice who gets paid multimillions of dollars every year for keeping the investigation going and then as long as he continues to report that Apd is still being bad boys and girls that he still gets his multi millions of dollars a year to keep the investigation going. That's how that goes. But what i what. I was peeing on the head. Yeah yeah that's exactly right. What were you keying on. Get to be the ones investigating themselves. They get paid extra to do so. Cute yeah true except at. Apd is not investigating apd the federal government investigating apd and the federal government contractor. Is the one that gets the millions of dollars a year And the apd officers get to complain. So but the the the key was the phrase pattern and practice. That's when they're when there's one Federal violation that's just a lawsuit but when there's a pattern and practice that has demonstrated that's what triggers the jurisdiction and gives the doj standing to open an investigation. It's just one case than it has to go to the federal court as opposed to the department of justice opening an investigation. I gotta say. There's not very many instances where i've been terribly happy with the results of these these investigations. I will say there was a town in florida. And it wasn't the i wasn't the. Fbi was the department of It anyway there was there the florida's version of the fbi the Dfl something or other fd l. fdle. That's it for the department of and they investigated this town a waldo and waldo speed travel like that was it that that's how they made their money speed trap and finally i just shut down the police department from waldo and said no. We're done with yet. You gotta go and the shut down. The police department was gone. But that doesn't happen very often here. In the united states check us. Out of freetalklive dot com. Go sign up for our telegram. Telegram dot freetalklive dot com after a devastating war. The alien visitors were driven back. And they're willing. human collaborators. Were left behind to face. The music. When emma jean anderson's ex lover's springs her from prison. Nathan foster and his fourteen year old nephew. Ben are tasked with bringing the pair to justice an easy enough job until discovers something inside imaging and the fate of the planet hangs in the balance the family business by mike. Gorie from bain books dot com..

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on True Consequences

"The road. We stopped to assist the deputies at that time. I observed a white two door vehicle parked on the side of the road. The vehicle was partially concealed by several shrubs. The vehicle matched the description of the car driven. By mister and mrs. mcdougal. I proceeded to speak with one of the officers. Deputy rogers who had already approached vehicle. Deputy rogers told me that he'd been approached by a citizen who advised him that one of the vehicles involved in the hollywood video incident was parked on the side of the road. Deputy roger proceeded to show me how he had approached the vehicle. I walked towards the vehicle. And i could see the keys. Were still in the ignition. Deputy rogers had walked around the vehicle and obtained the license plate number. Deputy rogers proceeded to check the license plate number through. Nccic to verify who the owners of the vehicle were then a citizen. Mr oliver had contacted bernallio county sheriff's office had remained at the scene. I was able to speak with him about what he had observed. Mr told me that he had been driving out to the. Va hospital at about six. Am at that time. He heard a news broadcast over koby radio regarding the incident on returning from the hospital. He noticed a white vehicle parked off the side of the road. Mr oliver approached the vehicle and was able to see the license plate and verify as the same one that he had heard on the broadcast earlier on the radio. Mr oliver stated that he was about thirty five feet away from the vehicle when he observed a license plate mr oliver located at b. c. s. o. Deputy and reported what he had seen. Mr oliver told me that he saw the vehicle on his way to the. Va hospital earlier around. Eight am but did not stop then. He decided to stop on the way. Back mr oliver remained at the scene until apd criminalistics personnel arrived process. The crime scene refer to a statement for further details. During my interview with mr oliver. I had him show me exactly where he had driven his vehicle. Walking to the side of the dirt. Path mr oliver had driven his vehicle. I observed how he had driven in behind the victims vehicle. While i was speaking of mr oliver sergeant. Clinging pill advised me that he had located two bodies a relatively short distance from the vehicle position face down on the ground. The bodies appear to be of an elderly couple according to sergeant until it appeared that the two bodies had several gunshot wounds. Sergeant clinging pill proceeded to contact the albuquerque police department main station by telephone and advise detective. Tease of the situation. Sergeant clinton pill myself remained at the crime scene until approximately eighteen hundred hours. In quote. police and city officials were feeling a ton of pressure to solve the case. The city was shaken by the gruesome events. Albuquerque citizens aren't used to this level of violence for five people to be executed in one night was unheard of scary. If you really wanna know the better term fear of going ongoing or get worse we've never had five people killed as a result of an armed robbery and the city of albuquerque. So we don't have an emo that matches this here. These crimes like no others. I've experienced in almost twenty years with the albuquerque. Police department have rocked. The very foundation of the city didn't really have much to go on in terms of finding the suspects there were some eye witnesses that were in the store at the same time as the two suspects and they gave a decent description of the male but they had a difficult time identifying the females description to sketches drawn up distributed throughout the city and on all major news media outlets but days continue to pass with no real leads on who was responsible for the murderous robbery. The city even started to take donations for reward fund which grew to one hundred thousand dollars and six days and there had been no movement on any leads until the award was announced. And that's when an anonymous tip came in from pueblo colorado. A man called police said that he had information regarding the recent hollywood video store murders so detectives and the district attorney decided to drive to pueblo to get his story. The man's name was john lewis l. And it turns out that he was wanted by the albuquerque police for an assault with a deadly weapon charge related to an incident that he had with a minor. He'd been on the run. He was determined to not only use his knowledge to his advantage in order to get some leeway on his charges as well as the warrant but he also wanted to cash in on that giant reward. This individual was romantically involved with the female suspect and he was friends with the male suspect. So as part of his deal he would have to testify in court against both suspects in exchange. He would not be charged with the assault and he would not have as parole revoked for using a gun in the assault. Police finally had their two suspects and they were shane. Glenn harrison and esther beckley..

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Check it wrong. Now that's you've got to fight for your right to party which of course has also been infringed upon in these The greats lockdowns of covid courtesy of your government. This is free talk live. if you're wondering the live talk radio call in program where you can take control of the airwaves. Talk about whatever you'd like our toll. Free number is eight five five four five zero three seven three three or eight fifty five four hundred fifty free like freedom in the studio tonight. It's myself the captain piglets. Mountainair melanie and you can join. Liberty minded voluntariness anarchists and libertarians from june twentieth through july fourth. Fork fest. two thousand and twenty one at rogers campground in the beautiful white mountains of new hampshire focused happens the week after the porcupine freedom festival and fork fast is decentralized which means no one is in charge that also means. There's no ticket cost just reserve your camping. Rv site or motel room with rogers campground for june twenty three july fourth. Where better to celebrate independence day than around other freedom loving activists in the shire. You can relax and enjoy the camaraderie of like minded people or you can create whatever experience or you'd like others to have if you're planning an event for fast be sure to let others know in advance you can connect with fellow forecasters via the unofficial telegram chat or the fork fest forum links to those found on the unofficial website fork vast dot party. Mark your calendar for june twenty eighth three july fourth twenty twenty one and we will see you at four fest dot party. Are you guys going. Oh i plan on it. Knowing i am not camping with a toddler and i'll be in hospital at that point. Okay heading on whatever. Well we will party for you in your absence will you be Doing a repeat performance of your concert this year. I hope to I haven't spoken with the folks involved. i believe the idea is that we will Maybe not a repeat. Perform a performance rate will throw changing up a little bit right by. Do some stuff that we did this year. But i would love to do another live performance with those guys and fudd so possibly a where face steiber performance by. I hadn't thought of that we would need to find a bass player If you are in new hampshire and you are a freedom loving voluntary to enter kissed or the battalion and you play bass particularly like rock and roll heavy metal punk rock that kind of thing. Let us know. Because you know we could use bass player or if you're planning to move to new hampshire before a forecast of next year wi and you happen to play bass also let me know because you know we could use bass player that ends my public service announcement for bass players for better band known as fud better with base let's go straightaway to your calls and thoughts a if we can if we can. I don't know what's going on. Oh yeah area david in new mexico. You're on free talk live yes. Welcome to the david olson. Show tonight's guest again. Free talk live with once again. Special musical guest l. captain kick ass and i play bass. I play third base. We know i play first base. Been two days anyway. You got kids or three kids. So i would imagine. I would hope so or sort of pull disconnected. That much states were like can have illegally a father of kids that you can have your your stuff frozen and then somebody can be artificially inseminated so it's possible that wouldn't recommend what's on your mind david. I forgot okay. Thanks for the. I'm kidding go ahead david Well picking up last night. I saw the story starting to tell was that An and i was listening to you. And you were talking about Abusive police officers and how they really tear down society when they go after stupid things like people smoking pot or selling some pot or whatever yeah and so in that tied into you had a caller call in In train of thought again. I was gonna tied in. So you just cut to the chase. The place man. I totally lost it. But you had a guy a guy call in for that for a second if you wanna give your memory a second because I mean i've been. I may have been spoken too much pot. I guess you changes probably listening. You probably shouldn't say stuff like that. He had No not him me. I've been focused too much. Probably know because you're judges probably listening. You shouldn't say that all radio which which judge victor valdez. Hi victor the victor. And i go way back. Actually i was looking at my court. Records and victor was a judge on on the case. I had like no eight nine years ago which actually ties into another story. Richie was coming after me the other day about about about that i shouldn't be saying something on the radio or no. I'm sorry but i shouldn't be getting arrested when i'm trying to get my kids back and that ties into victor judge victor valdez. Because he was a judge on your previous plan better. Very last case that i had and That was the case where. I was arrested because i was being a horrible human being. Because i was filming the albuquerque police department and when they saw that i was filming them. They arrested me. So you know that's the kind of currency those that's an illegal arrest and while i would agree that someone who has ongoing legal issues should not be out getting themselves arrested. There's a difference between getting yourself arrested and getting arrested right so that's completely legal. I don't know what the defacto situation is down there. But i can do that all day long and nothing would ever happen to me right and so yeah. Let me tell you exactly what happened i i. I walked out of a bar i don. I don't know if it was that was that closing time. It was late to his midnight. Basically i walk out and when the first thing i see is i see This woman with a cop car behind her and the cop car was completely dark. No flashing lights. No lights no nothing. No cop of invisible insight. Apparently he was inside of the vehicle and the durkan vehicle and was not visible. And i am. I'm cutting across this parking lot and after walk right by this woman's car anyway and when i get by her open window i'm like what's up there. Are you pulled over. Because i and she goes. Yeah she goes. yeah. I guess. And i'm like well. What did he pull you over for. And she says. I don't know and right down. The cop car gets out of his car. Walks up behind me and says Can help you. And i say well no just curious why what was going on here and Extorting money from this lady. Yeah look like the the cop says to me he says well we'll go over there and the pointed towards the sidewalk about thirty feet away so i did. I turn around and i walked over there and as i was walking over there. I did what i hadn't already done and that was plug my camera. That was my pocket. And when i got over there thirty feet away from him where he told me to go i..

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I don't know. I'm saying check it wrong. That's you've gotta fight for your right to party. Which of course has also been infringed upon these the greats lockdowns of covid twenty twenty courtesy of your government. This is free talk live. If you're wondering the live talk radio call in program where you can take control of the airwaves. Talk about whatever you'd like. Our toll free number is eight five five four five zero three seven three or eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom in the studio tonight. It's myself. The captain mountaineer and melanie. And you can join liberty minded volunteers anarchist and libertarians from june. Twenty eighth through. July fourth for fork fest. Twenty twenty one at rogers campground in the beautiful white mountains of new hampshire. Forecast happens the week after the porcupine freedom festival and fork fast is decentralized which means no one is in charge that also means. There's no ticket cost just reserve your camping. Rv site or motel room with rogers campground for june twenty three july fourth. Where better to celebrate independence day than around other freedom loving activists in the shire. You can relax and enjoy the camaraderie of like minded people or you can create whatever experience or event. You'd like others to have if you're planning an event for four fast. Be sure to let others know in advance you can connect with fellow forecasters via the unofficial telegram chat or the fork fest forum links to those are found on the unofficial website for fest dot party mark your calendar for june twenty eighth three july fourth. Twenty twenty one and we will see you at fork fest dot party. Are you guys going. Oh i plan on it. Knowing i am not camping with a toddler and oh i might be in the hassle at that point. Okay heading on whatever we will party for you in your absence. Will you be Doing a repeat performance of your Concert this here. I hope to I haven't spoken with the folks involved. i believe the idea is that we will maybe not repeat performed but a performance rate will throw changing up a little bit. We do some stuff that we did this year. But yeah i would love to do another live performance with those guys in fudd so possibly a wear face steiber performance by. I hadn't thought of that. We would need to find a bass player if you are in new hampshire and you are a freedom loving voluntary enter kissed or the battalion and you play bass particularly like rock and roll. Have you met all punk rock that kind of thing. Let us now. Because you know we could use bass player or if you're planning to move to new hampshire before for of next year. Why and you happen to play bass also let me know because you know we could use a bass player that ends my public service announcement for bass players for as as better band known as flood better with base let's go straightaway to your calls and thoughts if we can if we can. I don't know what's going on. Oh yeah harry up david in new mexico. You're on talk live. yes. Welcome to the david olson. Show it's nice guest again. Free talk live with once again. Special musical guests l. Captain kick ass and i do play bass. I play thursday. We know i play first base. I've been to date anyway. Well you got kids. So i would imagine. I would hope so sort of disconnected. That states were like you can have illegally a a father of kids. You can have your your stuff frozen and then somebody can be artificially inseminated so it's possible there is that wouldn't recommend it. What's on your mind david. I forgot okay. Thanks for the david Well picking up a last night. I was so three starting to tell was that And and i was listening to you and you were talking about Be abusive police officers. And how they really tear down society when they go after stupid things like people smoking pot or some pot. Or whatever victimless crimes. And yeah yeah and so in that tied into you had a caller call in In all of us have train of thought again kind of tied in. So you just cut to the chase. The place man. I totally lost it. Got a guy call in that for a second one. Give your memory a second. Because i mean. I've been may i've been smoking to much pot. I guess Judges probably listening. You probably shouldn't say stuff like that. He he had no not him me. I've been focus too much. Probably know you're judges probably listening. You should say that all radio which which judge. Victor victorville victor. The victor and i go way back. Actually i was looking at my court. Records and victor was a judge on on the case. I had Like i dunno eight nine years ago which actually ties into another story. Richie was coming after me the other day about about about that i shouldn't be saying something on the radio or no. No i'm sorry. But i shouldn't be getting arrested when i'm trying to get my kids back and that ties into victor judge victor valdez. Because he was a judge on your previous plan for better. The very last case that i had and That was the case where. I was arrested because i was being a horrible human being. Because i was filming the albuquerque police department and when they saw that i was filming them. They arrested me. So you know that's the kind of crimes that's an illegal arrest and while i would agree that someone who has ongoing legal issue should not be out getting themselves arrested. There's a difference between getting yourself arrested and getting arrested right so that's completely legal. I don't know what the de facto situation is down there. But i could do that all day long and nothing would ever happen to me right and so let me tell you exactly what happened. I i walked out of a bar i don. I don't know if it was that. Was that closing time. It was late it was midnight basically i walk out and when the first thing i see is i see This woman with a cop car behind her and the cop car was completely dark. No flashing lights. No lights no nothing. No cop visible insight. Apparently he was inside of the vehicle in the dark and vehicle and was not visible. And i am. I'm cutting across this parking lot and after walk right by this woman's car anyway and when i get by her open window i'm like what's up there. Are you pulled over. I and she goes she goes. Yeah i guess. And i'm like well. What did he pulled over for. And she says. I don't know and then the cop gets out of his car. Walks up behind me and says Can i help you. And i say well no just curious why what was going on here and I'm extorting money from this lady. Yeah look like the the cop says to me. He says well well go over there be pointing towards the sidewalk about thirty feet away. So i did. I turn around and walk over there and as i was walking over there. I did what i hadn't already done. And that was peloton. My camera that was in my pocket. And when i got over there thirty feet away from him where he told me to go i.

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"First is simply the belief that politicians should focus on the equality and dignity of every American and that this duty is fulfilled by promoting the safety and wealth of the American people above all else. That's America First. That's the trump doctrine and that my friends is four more years. I know he's really He's fantastic. And that didn't even touch on like he went after Obama and Biden for this fall for the whole Russian collusion. Yeah, it was so so. So good. Oh, yeah, the Russia thing. He was just like, seriously, I'm paraphrasing. Of course he's like, is a big load of crap. I was there. Yeah, I saw everything. Yeah, I saw the documents and believe he was a load of crap. My God, Yeah, And they and they they did all the bad things. I mean, they did all the smarmy Be gross things that these people are despicable. He was so good and you're in charge. So what you going to do about it? Yeah, American people we're going to do about it. I mean, the choice is clear. Yet more clear. We can get it. Yeah, There was also just a heartbreaking moment from Sam Veal, who lost his wife, Tio because of violence from an illegal immigrant and we have part of the end of his remarks on guy was like I was bawling throughout this whole thing, cause you you could hear his pain. You know what I mean, like it's It's not that he was crying. But you could hear that. Agony and his voice. Take a listen to this. This is her story. There were two things that Jackie love to do. Every day one gets to go to the gym and put out Bible verses and prayers to her friends. On November 19th Tweed stopped. That they started out like any other day. She left for the gym. Marie in the morning. I heard the garage door open. Seconds later I heard the car horn. I went outside to see if she had for gotten something. What I saw was the G blocking her car in the driveway. I noticed the bullet hole in Jackie's window. I saw someone jumping. Into the deep end. Speeding away. Jackie had just been shot and killed in cold blood. We think this was a Carjacking gone wrong? Very wrong. Every time I open the garage door standing the driveway. I hear that horn. I see her slumped in the seat. When I go to bed at night. That sound and image hunt me. That's my life sentence. It's a sentence being served by too many families left behind by senseless killings. Albuquerque, where I live. It's one of the most violent cities in the country, fewer than 50% of homicides or something. It is a sad irony that Jackie immigrated to the U. S for a better life than her native Colombia, only to be gunned down in her own driveway for eight months. There were no arrests. No leads in connection with Jackie's murder. The Albuquerque Police were overwhelmed. They needed help. Help arrived from President Trump launched Operation Legend and July of this year. Almost immediately, the FBI took over Jackie's case. In a matter of days. They arrested for people the fifth suspect killer who was arrested in Texas on unrelated charges. He's an illegal immigrant with a long criminal record. He had been deported in September and had come back in October to terrorize our community. I am extremely grateful to President Trump and the FBI for their efforts to deliver justice for Jackie and all the other notion victims of violent crime. I'm honored to support the president because you're supporting us. I know he will never stop fighting for justice for law and order for peace security in our communities. The choice is clear. Yeah, it's clear. Okay, just ripped my heart right out of my chest real quick headline just to give an example of how much the media completely sucks. And I'm talking specifically CNN. There was a headline about Jacob Lake and that, you know Started this whole Kenosha nightmare and this is how it reads like for real. It says Jacob Blake had knife in car but was otherwise unarmed. I mean, other than the knife, he it was fine. You guys other than I was no big deal, And there's another headline that says fiery but mostly peaceful protests after police shooting and like a whole city exploding behind him. Yeah, it's just crazy. I mean, it's peaceful, even though it's on fire. It's It's peaceful, even though it's on fire the world because I considered if I'm walking through fire, I consider that you all consider that peaceful if you're walking through fire. What do you think this is? Just in some media? Is despicable. It's wow. They're gruff. They're they're just garbage. At this point. They are garbage people, and Biden is in their pocket and we'll tell you how next stay tuned for.

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on KQED Radio

"First the taser for the gun and that is what Albuquerque police are trying to determine after the department's latest officer involved shooting police say officers tonight shot a man with a gun outside his home a man who may have been drunk Albuquerque police officers pull up on a violent suspect and opening fire on him within seconds a total of twenty two people were shot and killed by Albuquerque police over the course of just three years and carries office which is in charge of holding police officers accountable have not prosecuted a single one in fact Kerry had never prosecuted an officer in all her time in office we did not proceed against any officer on an officer involved shooting because we did not feel we had probable cause the legal standard that we needed to go forward with the prosecution but by the start of Kerry's fourth run as district attorney a local reporter exposed a huge crack in the system I think I started to rob port on on the grand juries in twenty twelve Jeff proctor is a journalist who's been covering the criminal justice system in Albuquerque for the past fifteen years what the DA's office was doing around that time when I really started to focus on this issue they would take that police investigation and to the best of the public's knowledge they would present it to a grand jury now this is where it gets tricky in a regular shooting in Bernalillo county the district attorney decides whether they have probable cause to prosecute that person and then the case goes to a grand jury but when it came to police shooting there was a different system.

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"David you were telling us about somebody who got found by. The police have been a suicide but I started. Maybe I just wasn't paying close enough attention. What was this case? They were investigating a not real clear on that. Well there's a woman who is a lawyer and her name is Mary. Hi H. A. and in Albuquerque New Mexico and she made her living by stewing law enforcement when they violated the rights of citizens and she'd been doing that for a long time and was very successful turned up one day and then one day she turned up dead. Yeah and When when The authorities were called because there was a dead body. You know called by family The guests who shows up with the the Albuquerque Police Department primarily who was the The one the agency that she primarily sued so there was a conflict of interest and they should have been professional enough to immediately turn it over to for instance the New Mexico state police so that there was not a conflict but they didn't do that and then the next thing that that that they did is they almost immediately ruled it. A suicide and and Interesting things is. They almost immediately ruled it. A suicide and then the the only by the office of medical investigator or whatever it is Beau- just blindly accepted the ruling by the police department that it was a suicide and didn't do their own investigation. They just put it down as a suicide. They WANNA do their own investigation. That's more work well and also my experience is or at least what I can tell the prevailing experiences internally that is when you discover an internal conflict of interest with in law enforcement law enforcement generally doesn't acknowledge that for example every case ever where the judge the police and the prosecutor all draw their paycheck from the same entity is never considered a conflict of interest. One of the failures of law right and and there are many many. If anybody's interested. There's many many many articles that are findable easily searching on on this interesting facts is that for for instance when they were Who after they came to the house because of the dead body of the family states that were there were fifty to sixty officials from the city and the Police Department? That went in and out of this woman's condominium during this investigation fifty to sixty and and Like I said there are many many things written the allegation there. The insinuation and in fact a flat out allegation by the family is that they not only contaminated evidence but tampered with evidence and even removed articles and then Of course there might be an interest by The government officials to search and find out what information might be contained in the home of the person who'd been suing them for years and years. You see what I mean. So and another interesting thing is that it was noted that She was supposedly sitting in her car killing herself with carbon monoxide poisoning in the garage. But her her body was They say awkwardly positioned in the seat of the car. Not Just Reno resting there as you might suspect but awkward awkward position it had been placed in the seat of the car and Even more notable is that the the levels of carbon monoxide one of the few things I guess what was done by the medical investigator. The levels of carbon monoxide in her blood were were far higher than a typical carbon monoxide. Suicide almost like in waiting that Or One might drug conclusion that she was forcibly a poisoned with carbon monoxide rather than just breathing carbon. Democra- monoxide that was in ambient air in say like a garage. If you if you see what I'm saying there though there's there's just all kinds of stuff and this has been going around in the courts for like I said a decade. There's been like three different court cases over it In the State Court and the different decade. This went down in two thousand ten. According to the article just pulled up off of K. R. Q. E. Right in one of their successes. The family kept fighting kept fighting like a bulldog. The the the of death was listed as suicide they succeeded in taking all the evidence available to a State Court. Judge in and forced The office of medical investigator to change the listed cause of deaths from suicide to undetermined the Because there by proving that there was not sufficient evidence to make the conclusion that it was in fact a suicide and now it's changed to undetermined and Yeah so well. That's the that's what happens when you investigate the police. They take a serious interest in you. And in some cases if you've you know uncovered some serious corruption than you're in serious danger. Who Will Police the police? The Age old question and the answer is well no one well. They'll kill you if they get the chance you try. Thank you David for the call tonight. I appreciate hearing from you. The toll free number is eight fifty five four fifty free. That's eight five five. Four five zero three seven. Three three. Some people would say. Well the feds the feds will police. The police see they go problem solved but then who polices.

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"From that group. Re write happened. That didn't happen to share if Darren white when he was Coming upon his his wife's accident here And so Sheriff here in White Dealt with the officials at hand and the wife was Not Tested for anything on the on the scene She wasn't incapacitated from the crash. She had just crashed her car. She wasn't you know injured so she couldn't be subjected to testing. But Sheriff Darren White Excuse her took her away from the scene of the accident Within basically immediately within a half hour of of that accident he has taken away. Yeah Yeah even though there was there were professionals on the scene during white shirt during white's not a medical professional and there happened to be an ambulance crew there with several medical professionals and And that's what they were. Claiming happened was it was a medical event so instead of being transported in the ambulance to the hospital Sheriff Darren White said all. We don't need your professional your medical professionals in your ambulance even though that's the job you're here to do and you're trained to do it better than I am. I'll just take my own wife to the hospital. And so he took Took his wife to the hospital. And I believe Didn't go to the emergency room. I think they win. Were seen by you know private physician and then Later supply documentation from what I deduced to be some various reading. I've done to be their private doctor saying that. No Sheriff Mrs Sheriff Darren White Dove Albuquerque. Mexico was not under the influence of anything. We did our private testing such. We didn't really need your government testing in this car crash We did our private testing and here are the results and she was not under the influence of anything Yup. It's hard to trust that particular test when she treatment. Why why? Why would you not trust that mark? I don't know but I certainly don't do you. Okay anyway and Another thing that Sheriff WHITE THERE. There was a dead lawyer Turned up in Albuquerque. Awhile back a Mary. Hi H. A. N. She had Apparently either committed suicide or accidentally killed herself. She was found sitting in her parked car inside of her garage. With the motor running You know and and just so happened to be that her the way she made. Her living was suing. Albuquerque Police Department and other law enforcement in the Albuquerque market. That's how she made her living and she mysterious. I mean she I guess she just decided she didn't WanNa live anymore. I don't know what she was in her mid late fifty s or whatever and successfully doing the cops all the time and then she just decided to kill herself or or Maybe she went out in the garage and had a glass of wine and decided to listen to tunes on radio. Started up started up the car to keep the to go along. Yeah Yeah I appreciate the call. You know well Davidson watchdog for this kind of stuff and he He comes up with some really great stories. I want you to get a chance to David Fisher skin. Get the gist of the story. As far as the Yeah get up place. Well this is as I said. This is something that I've been following for some years now and the article starts out. It's going to read the first. Two paragraphs is every four years. America doesn't just elect a new president. They get reminded about how America's politically divided. We are all familiar with those maps of the United States divided by county. With large swaths of red counties peppered with smaller specs of blue counties those blue counties tend to turn I tend to be urban with higher concentrations of populations even deep blue states have large land areas with mostly conservative voters in them often. Their interests are completely ignored. I'm looking at a map here of of the United States and the red versus blue areas. And there's some pink and some light blow but if you look at just cut red versus blue. The country is mostly read but those red areas are mostly cows. Well actually it's fifty percent of the population lives in the red areas and the other fifty percent lives in the blue areas. What what I think is kind of interesting is where the guns. Hey the red guys got the guns and grow the food and it's kind of like they were talking about tax taxation and fairness will like for example. If I'm if I'm a rancher in Bakersfield California and I I'm not really in on the agenda 's that people in Los Angeles are into but I'm still paying taxes to to push like you know things. I don't know drag Queens story hour at the Public Library and and and you know I. It's just kind of kind of funny that you're seeing a lot of people being left behind when it comes to like people talk about this whole Oh. Electoral College is not fair. Because it was screws people out of the out of the out of the popular vote but part of the reason why our Constitution was written. That way is because they took an idea from the Indians which.

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:03 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Four fifty free. We have the discord Kolon rooms open for you over at Discord Donna Donna. FM's go to your phone calls and thoughts David in New Mexico. You're on free talk live. Hello David the and who's it's the The old homeless guy in the studio with the suit jacket on. What makes me homeless for having smart it? It's mark. I recognize that voice. I let you ought to try to get more already. You out of that place. I never got to see get but I would be very interested in seeing it. I hear it has the only McDonald's Cuba really cool about when when I was a kid. I was calling about William Bar coming to the state of New Mexico listening here on. ESPN and the heart of the Navajo lease. And that's the attorney. General is that right. Yeah yeah the Jewish guy. That's right Current Attorney General. He came to the to the state of New Mexico. There's funny story about it though. I okay This this University of New Mexico Que. M The radio station. That wants me to go to prison for three years for calling in to their talk program Anyway anyway so I'm dealing with that court case in the Metro court in or those three cases in the Metro court in In Albuquerque New Mexico and I'm doing some case management even stuff so I'm on the phone one day for actually multiple days for multiple hours talking to at court administrators in the Metro Court. And I discover a bunch of surprise price surprise negligence and possible malice on the part of court staff and including judges. And so one of the things that I say to the court administrator. In the Metro Corden Albuquerque. New Mexico. Is that you know what we looks like. We're getting close to the point where the Department of Justice might just be interested in coming in and taking control the New Mexico courts. Just like they've come into the state of New Mexico and taken control of Al of Albuquerque Police Department because corruption pattern and practice. Oh yeah corruption and a pattern and practice of Due process violation civil rights violations and and and. That was two weeks ago that I made that statement on the record To this court administrator in the Metro Court and then a week after that guess who shows up in the state of New Mexico Bill Bar Attorney General Representing Department apartment of Justice and the trump administration. And guess what he says he makes. It has a public press conference and he says that the The State of New Mexico is just. It's not up to par on in its courts in other words. It's courts are negligent and possibly malicious and They want the feds. I want to assist the state of New Mexico just like the. DOJ is assisting the Albuquerque Police Department and not beating the crap out of people and stuff like that level title and then shooting down homeless campers. That's a video to watch. If you go on Youtube you can see a homeless guy. WHO's camping up on the barren mountainside and looks just like a firing squad? You got like six cops on one side right. Yeah here's that but that's kind of the kind of thing that brought the DOJ in here so anyway the the irony the thing is is that the very thing that I said to the court administrator that the DOJ should might WanNa come in and take control a week later that the bar shows up and and says that exact same thing that they want control of some of the job duties of the New Mexico courts. Which I was criticizing because in New Mexico courts are not up to snuff? Supposedly more corrupted of the court systems out there but I don't know of handing them over to the federal government is going to make anything Better about them. Thank you for the call tonight. David the toll free number here tonight is eight fifty five four hundred fifty free. I mean putting make them worse though you think what with the question what could or it could. I'm serious. What could I have no idea I mean their governments so I mean governments tend to really suck it pretty much everything everything they do but they don't stuck equally. No you can compare the fifty governments and find out which one suck the most and which ones suck the least right. So I would think that In the feds came into it might be if New Mexico's judicial system stinks and as David says that it might be step up the toll free number if you WANNA join us here. Eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom as they're finding out in Cuba things get better when central governments let go of control and allow people to make decisions for themselves. Here's here's a here's one that would work real well if the federal if all governments got out of civil cases and just let arbitrator's handle that professional private organizations like the American Arbitration Association. And whatever. The other one's GonNa get much better results. Yeah absolutely Titian huge savings to on price right because then you'd actually like you said competition would bring prices down. It would bring speed trial up. You wouldn't have to be waiting eating years. You know to get a hearing or whatever that would be a good step in the right direction. Also of course reducing all of the prohibitions out. There like you know as for a criminal. Trials are concerned you could probably over time. Relatively quickly eliminate eighty percent of crime. It's just me be spitballing here. With a number. But it's not like I haven't looked into this and when you look at not just drug crimes and prostitution and gambling gambling Blang on guns and all the stuff that we're talking about here but possession of gun crimes without a victim. Yeah there are some crimes with the victim that are done for the purpose of of gaining money for shrugs breaking and entering or robbing a convenience store something like that and certainly there will be still convenience stores robbed and and People's houses will get and businesses will get broken into. It'll just happen less often if heroin doesn't cost whatever ten dollars a dose. I don't know if I've heard that number is probably oldest. Hell let's go to Scott. He's listening in Florida. To W N D be in Daytona Beach. Hello Scott either nuclear program. Airman enjoy it so far. But I was a little bit upset Mr. Albuquerque there or and enough upsets the right word. But I don't understand why it was relevant than in his opinion that attorney general bars Jewish by that was relevant dimension. He's a racist. I'm not sure ventured that several times. He's also mention that he's part Jewish which I pays a self hating Jew that gives pass. I'm not sure Entirely I also apart Jewish I I don't particularly cle- care and I've heard it a hundred times so I I would agree with you. What's the point in mentioning that just wondering you know? I tried to find out what time the radio station Show listening to go far like it. I'm sorry in by thought and I like people not getting involved in my life. The government's so he's getting involved in my crap and I don't particularly appreciate it and I'm we are a voice for that. Yeah I appreciate you calling in to clarify. Because I've heard it so many times that I don't pointed out an open phones show. It's hosted by libertarian types. And so any A-HOLE can call into the show. I'm enjoying the show so far. And if it matters and it doesn't matter to me one bit but A bar is actually Catholic now. But it's you know more power to 'em whatever Jewish I named me. What do I know? Apparently he was born Jewish. But who cares. I did Google search before yeah ultimately the religious beliefs of any of these he's thugs in. DC are completely immaterial to me because they are all people who wanNA use the violence of the state to enforce their will on all of us. So I really don't walk. They claim about their beliefs in God in this conversation that Jewish is not just a religion. It's also an unnecessity sir. But we were talking about Catholicism Awesome and that's definitely a religious caller talked about it. I'm sure that if Tore David on the line. Right now he would be pointing out that ethnicities an issue a while. It's not an issue to me either. I don't I don't care whether they're Jewish or they're black or they're white or whatever. The color of their skin is either if they're in government they are my enemy because they want to hurt peaceful people they want to use violence. They want to force their way on the all of those of us who would rather just be left alone. I want enemies screw them. Why don't want enemies either but the government is not my friend and the government is not your friend either? They're not out there to help you. Despite whatever it is that they claim they're not there for your benefit their their for their benefit and they will use as you and they will use you up and they will use your family and they'll use your business and they will take whatever they can get away with taking from you as long as you keep giving it to them anything L. Scott No. I'm just thinking about what Reagan said which was something along the lines of I'm from the government. I'm here to help me the scariest word you ever hear. Yeah yeah to battle that increase the size of government dramatically while he was cited over it. He didn't increasingly sign the bills. He's Katie signed the bill. Some of them Then he did it. Thanks for the the call Scott. I appreciate it The toll free number here is eight. Fifty four fifty free if he didn't veto everything that was put in front of him Unless of course was actually reduced the size of government which that didn't happen during we did get there's more coming up here. Does that make it so. He's a status to get more on the way it's clive balance of nature changing the world one life at a time. I mean I've always been high energy. You know just going down. Don't and I turned forty last November and I just tired all all the time now taking the balance of nature just good you know. I have energy when I get home to still wrestle..

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:17 min | 3 years ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. I want to keep talking about this drag racing thing, and then we're going to get into silver. Dave. You have a story about puppy fields in Afghanistan and the purported eradication efforts regarding because remember we've seen the photos of the troops standing guard over these drug war. Yes, so called drug war. Yes, we're going to get deeper into that. But actually Sarah brought up a really interesting article here tonight that we had no idea about out of Albuquerque. Now, of course, she's in favor of this. But here's the story from the Albuquerque journal ABC journal dot com watching an illegal street race may soon. Be a crime in its own right in New York or excuse me, New Mexico's largest city. The Albuquerque city council on Monday approved an update to the traffic. Oh, that would allow police to cite. Those watching prohibited street races, or even spectators, quote at a location, where preparations are being made for such bent. So if you're if. Tuning up their, their cars, and you're standing and watching them. Now, let's say you are interested in cars, and, you know you wanna learn what is going on under the hood. While don't watch them tune that car up because of that car goes on a street race. Then all of a sudden, you're guilty of what they're going to make into. Well, I'll tell you the penalty coming up. It's going to I'm shocked by this. The Bill passed six to three with supporting counselors calling it a new way for police to temper, if not eliminate potentially dangerous, high-speed activity opponents argued that I'll Albuquerque's police don't have the manpower to ticket people for standing around. That's their only argument against this. They need more cops to enforce it. That's you know that you are in a really bad situation when not a single city councillor says. What about the right to assemble? I mean this public place in that if you if you live nearby and you hear a commotion going outside, you might need to stay in just in case it is a drag race because in trouble going out there, so you gotta like stay stay inside your house inside your house, pay curfews, everybody place sponsor. Brad winner said he was uncertain about how much impact the law could have. But he said he's witnessed racing activity near balloon fiesta park that shocked him this car, bribing, hundreds gathered in a scene that he likened to the fast. And the furious film franchise millions of children are killed every year from dragon. I'm edging every now and then there's some accidents from drag racing. I don't know how many deaths there are but you could probably find a couple for over long drag races have been going on. It's just inevitable. Right. Like, you know speed enough cars around for long enough. Somebody's gonna get run into. He said the experience compelled him to pursue this legislation that other cities in the US have experienced some positive results with similar laws, really, it does this exist where you live, where it's actually illegal to watch people drive cars in a racing fashion down the street..

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"albuquerque police" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"albuquerque police" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"More for like, fifteen minutes. All the nice snapped Studi. She's she's she's a fortune on right? The super talented and really was the perfect person for our competition. All right. So let's talk with Sophie, Sophie, recently, graduated from u. Yes this time last year. Say Mike Tyson. I did go horseman. And you wrote a comic book, I did not a superhero, not quite a superhero. It's a little bit more of a tall tale story. A Paul Bunyan type story character whose Paul Bunyan. Maybe Packers bell is a little more. Like, yes. So. Show all the really oh. The other pickles Bill. Yes. So my story is it's called juniper hammer rock slayer. And juniper hammer is the is the protagonist the leading lady and she hunts rocks. And yeah, she's a rock hunter. And the the basis of the story is how the rocky mountains got to be located where they are today. Juniper juniper hammer. Where did your magic nation and desire to ride talent for writing come from? I've been writing for a number of years I used to write for the Santa Fe new exit contine page so shout out to them. It is a great place to start. They hire skill. Yeah. Exactly. They hire high schoolers of all ages from different high schools, and you can get together. And really learn how to write for the news, which is awesome. A little bit of instruction and mentorship. Play vice along the way, right? Yes. Okay. All right. So you wrote this you wrote this raw cound book rock country book illustrated. I did it's a comic book so full blown calming. Oh, yes. So any to shoot basically amazing story board we could shoot it to. Yes. I used to do the cartoons for the daily logo. When I went to you. You are. You've done radio as well. Yes. And you can we talk about your top secret job now. Yes, I work. Currently I work for the Albuquerque police department. I have a an internal TV show to update all of the police officers on cases that are going on suspects. They're looking for stuff like that. Yeah. So there you go. Chase amazing. What are you going to be eventually, perhaps the director film director? Yes, I love I've I've done so. Web is all that good stuff. I love any kind of TV film moving pictures on screen written pictures on a paper. Also, I love it. Act. But you'd rather direct. Oh, I do act. I haven't recently though, act out of act out. Yes. Always. So what do you think about the? I mean is this an example of of of the people who enter and and people who come in get to go on sad and work on a film. And and television shows that you find in Mexico girl, make movie absolutely we've been so started. Very unusual. She's got a lot of amazing women. Like, Sophie who come and say, I've been doing all of these things already, and I just need a little support. So we did another production assistant training. So if he was there, and we trade another group of young women to put them on movie sets this summer. So we really are moving forward into getting young women job placements, and internships and paid positions on are thriving film and television sets I mean, we really have so many opportunities coming up next. Netflix coming in that it should be some. We still have a lot to talk about. We'll do that. When we come back. All right. That sounds great. Kevin Sears won the tickets Bosquet. Kevin thanks for calling and enjoy the show again. It's not until August, but you can get excited between now and then and to remind people avoid the area of highways. Eighty four to eighty five and five ninety.

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Construction of border 'wall' begins in New Mexico

Bob Clark

02:02 min | 4 years ago

Construction of border 'wall' begins in New Mexico

"Entrance and despite lifesaving efforts sandoval died at the scene now after conducting interviews deputies arrested the two men they determine that sandoval and twentysevenyearold lucas herron got into a fight in the albertson's aaron how to conceal knife confronted sandoval the two men i fought verbally at led to a physical fight and hair and allegedly stabbing sandovol in the chest hair and fled the scene with a male juvenile but was caught and charged with murder and tampering with evidence he's in jail the juvenile was not charged and was released to his parents a groundbreaking today near new mexico's santa teresa port of entry in boxes start of border wall construction long at twenty mile stretch of the border a company out of montana's doing work under a seventythree million dollar contract ghetto thirteen news reports environmentalists have pseudo at the project they say the federal government overstepped its authority by waving laws just to speed up building the wall the feds say the new wall will better equip border patrol agents to stop drugs and other illegal crossings if it is signed by mayor keller an ordinance to decriminalize possessing announcer less of marijuana could soon give albuquerque police the extra time needed to follow up on serious crime that of course thanks to an ordinance introduced in approved by the city council to reduce the penalty for such a crime to a twenty five dollar fun counselor pat davis cosponsor of the bill says we seen this legislation in the past not any different than what people supported five years ago it just so happens that we have a new mayor whose supportive of prioritizing police services and the dip way and is supportive of decriminalizing marijuana the current law hit you with either a fifty dollar fine or fifteen days in jail four first offense a second offense get you ninety days in jail and a five hundred dollar fine and coming up in one minute new mexico's two senators join other democrats to get one department head to quit k koa newsradio time is eight oh where's the fun thunder resort and casino april twenty first.

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APD requests exemption from sending National Guard to border

Bob Clark

01:34 min | 4 years ago

APD requests exemption from sending National Guard to border

"Stop a man critically injured at the flying j truckstop at ninety eight and i forty sunday night was taken off life support and has died albuquerque police say the man who's not been identified was intentionally struck by car the suspect fled the scene in silver chevy cobalt was a pennsylvania plate that suspect is still being sought the avid turkey police department last governor martinez for an exemption from deploying apd cops are in the national guard to be deployed to the border president trump is considering sending four thousand national guard members to secure the us mexico border but apd has a staffing shortage and fifty to sixty offices are in the national guard and apd spokesman says sending those officers to the border is a potential public safety risk in albuquerque the response of the governor's office says that martinez will work with the feds to determine what tasks and levels of support are needed the santa fe police department is working to bring back its bomb squad but it'll take time a city spokesman says the santa fe police department has received a twenty four thousand dollar grant from the state homeland security department to send three team members to the fbi's hazardous devices school as the only program in the us to train and certify bomb technicians but there's a long waiting lists the fbi has her has had to assist santa fe police on recent bomb skiers and occurred at the downtown post office and the social security office on fifth street coming up in one minute what you can expect the next time you fill up koa newsradio time nine oh four wanna get rid of an old.

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