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"albuquerque police department" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"albuquerque police department" Discussed on WTOP

"Hit a power line and came down on a city street police chief Harold Medina, everybody who's here today. And who assisted and risk themselves. I just personally want to say thank you from the Albuquerque Police Department. And I know it's proper to say thank you from the community of Albuquerque near Cleveland. The first formal political rally attended by former President Trump the main theme not new and not true that there was fraud in the election that he lost what happened. November, 3rd was a disgrace. On the evening of November, 3rd. The election was over, and then all of a sudden things started closing down all over in certain states, not in other states. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T o p app. It's Sunday, June 27 2021 78 degrees now in the nation's capital. Good morning. I'm Christopher Cruz. The top local stories. We're following a big shower. We have a warning this morning, with the number of Carjackings increasing sharply. Some rides aren't worth it, especially if it involves jacking someone's car. Now there are efforts to curb this nationwide pandemic related crime Spike. In Prince George's County, a push to prevent Carjackings. Now the numbers spiked last year this year, the county police spokesperson says they seem to be on the downswing month to month state's attorney. I use a brave boy says weather Carjackings are committed for the thrill of it or at a financial need. We're here to say, Look. Are your partners. We're all neighbors, so there are needs. We can help you to address those needs because Carjacking gun violence That's just not going to be acceptable. And it's not the answer and Laurel Liz Anderson w T o P News. Man has been found shot.

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"albuquerque police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"albuquerque police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hit a power line and came down on a city street police chief Harold Medina everybody who is here today. And who assisted and risk themselves. I just personally want to say thank you from the Albuquerque Police Department. And I know it's proper to say thank you from the community of Albuquerque near Cleveland. The first formal political rally attended by former President Trump the main theme new and Not true that there was fraud in the election that he lost What happened on November 3rd was a disgrace. On the evening of November, 3rd. The election was over. And then all of a sudden things started closing down all over in certain states, not in other states. This is CBS News. Traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the freeze. It is three minutes after 12 right now and we've got we'll still have some trouble on Route three, heading northbound and Wayne with the early role in earlier role of our situation just before Route 18 still causing some pretty good delays will keep you updated. That's going to be there for a little bit longer. Traveling southbound on route 24 right now we've got dogs. I would get a car in a tough spot a little bit before Route one. Oh, six. As you head down towards West Bridgewater traveling out to the central Mass area. We're going on on the mass pike eastbound and westbound in Hopkinton, causing some delays until about five a.m.. They're taking up different spaces while they do some bridge deck repair work travelling otherwise up in the central mass area. We're in pretty good shape up to the north all as well on route. 95 4 95 closer to downtown. We get that work going on in the mass pike heading eastbound. Inside the Prudential Tunnel. They'll be there until about Oh 4 30 Traveling inbound on steroid drive Short snag right at Liberate Circle. Currently in.

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"albuquerque police department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"albuquerque police department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Today. And who assisted and risk themselves. I just personally want to say thank you from the Albuquerque Police department. And I know it's proper to say thank you from the community of Albuquerque. Near Cleveland. The first formal political rally attended by former President Trump the main theme not new and not true that there was fraud in the election that he lost. What happened on November 3rd was a disgrace. On the evening of November, 3rd. The election was over, and then all of a sudden things started closing down all over in certain states, not in other states. This is CBS News. This hour's newscast is presented by Rocket mortgage need to know what it takes for a home loan to fit your budget and your family rocket can now from the Cairo Radio News Center at my Northwest calm, the city of Seattle is teaming up with businesses to help people try to stay cool. Power seven TVs. Ranjit Sinha has the details. The city has said that cooling centers would be spread between libraries, community centers and senior centers. All places that really haven't been able to be open fully since the start of the pandemic. Seattle Fire Department also launching a mobile health unit to do checks with people on the streets. We've never experienced an event like this. This is going to require all of us working together in the Seattle parks and recreation, opening splash pads across the city. Also working to get more drinking fountains up and running. As we told you here in Cairo, 7 80% of the city's fountains are not working City says it's going to try to get 100 of those flowing this weekend..

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"albuquerque police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:35 min | 3 months ago

"albuquerque police department" 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 department" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

05:05 min | 9 months ago

"albuquerque police department" 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 department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:42 min | 10 months ago

"albuquerque police department" 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 department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:44 min | 10 months ago

"albuquerque police department" 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 department" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"albuquerque police department" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"To Portland. Oregon and other localities to protect federal property and monuments as trump has lambasted efforts by protesters to knock down confederate statues. But civil unrest in Portland only escalated after federal agents there were accused of whisking people away in unmarked cars without probable cause. The spike in crime has hit hard in some cities with resources already stretched thin from the pandemic, but local leaders initially rejected the move to send in federal forces Chicago Mayor Lori. lightfoot later, said she and other local officials had spoken with federal authorities and come to an understanding. I've been very clear that we welcome actual partnership. The Democratic mayor said Tuesday after speaking with federal officials, but we do not welcomed dictatorship. We do not welcome authoritarianism, and we do not welcome unconstitutional arrest and detainment of our residents. That is something I will not tolerate. In New Mexico meanwhile democratic elected officials were cautioning trump against any possible plans to send federal agents to the state with US Senator Martin Heinrich calling on Bernalillo County Sheriff Manikins Solace. who was at the White House on Wednesday to resign instead of collaborating with the Albuquerque Police Department. The sheriff is inviting the president's stormtroopers into Albuquerque. The Democratic senator said in a statement but federal gun crimes generally carry much stiffer penalties than state crimes and larger scale, federal investigations that can cross state lines tend to make a big impact. The Justice Department will reimburse Chicago three point. Five million dollars for local law enforcements work on the federal task. Force through a separate federal funds. Chicago received nine point three million dollars to hire seventy five new officers. Two dozen agents will be sent to Albuquerque and the administration made available one point five million dollars in funding for the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department for five new deputies and nine point four million dollars for forty new albuquerque officers in Kansas, city the top federal prosecutor said any agents involved in an operation to reduce violent crime in the area will be clearly identifiable when making arrests, unlike what's been seen in Portland, these agents won't be patrolling. The streets US Attorney Timothy Garrison said they won't replace OR USURP The authority of local officers. Operation Legend. Named after four year old legend, Tele Farrow, who was fatally shot while sleeping and a Kansas City apartment late last month was announced on July eighth. The first arrest came earlier this week. Garrison, has said that the additional two hundred twenty five federal agents from the FBI DA. And the US marshals service joined four hundred agents already working and living in the Kansas City area. The trump administration is facing growing pushback in Portland. Multiple lawsuits have been filed questioning the federal government's authority to use broad policing powers in cities. One suit filed Tuesday says federal agents are violating protesters tenth amendment rights by engaging in police activities designated to local and state governments Oregon's. Oregon's attorney general sued last week, asking a judge to block federal agents actions. The state argued that masked agents had arrested people on the streets without probable cause, and far from the US courthouse that's become a target of vandalism. Federal authorities, however said state and local officials had been unwilling to work with them to stop the vandalism and violence against federal officers and the US courthouse. Associated Press Writers Michael Tarm in Chicago and Michael Balsamo in Washington contributed to this report..

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"albuquerque police department" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"albuquerque police department" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"As background levels of privilege or access institution, but fundamentally we know what's right and wrong, and we've become very close friends, so he someone who, absolutely in her words, he was a person who was very intentionally recognizing that like as a white person he could put his body on the line in a way that other people may be couldn't and in her view. That's what he did that day. So there's this awful and just be clear. Scott Williams who was shot. He seems to be okay. He's recovering, but meanwhile what is happening with the statue? Yeah, so they did not have a lot of success with that pick, axe and rope. The statue was still there at the end of the night, but the next morning. Kinda similar to what happened in all call day, the government decided that in order to avoid further conflict. They would just take it down themselves so now you've got all the settlers and a couple Spanish soldiers, and then just a little did it in the concrete where on Jatta used to be. And, so in the middle of this one of the things that I started to get tweeted about was the foot shows up. Yeah. So if you recall from the story, the original nowadays statue from up North had its foot cutoff. There's activists that had it been keeping it hidden, and it shows up. So, what was that like? Yeah, this was a moment that you know. I did not see in the live streams and the videos that night I only realized this later. I think when I saw the photograph taken by Simone Romero a New York Times reporter. That was kind of amazing image where. In front of Tigray Park. You saw this black man holding the stolen foot above his head. Is Yeah just kind of like an incredible gesture. To realize that guy was a Brian Hard groove member of public enemy Brian. Hargrove Lea Yorker musician. People like to call me an activist. Most people from my time with a public enemy. That's amazing, and what is his connection? Yea, it will, so it turns out that Brian Hargrove moved to Santa Fe, and his wife and daughter are directly connected to the Pueblos New Mexico his wife's father's from that the suitcase Pueblo, but he kind of just got brought into this fairly recently, he was approached by some activists. He didn't want to give a lot of specifics. Probably won't be a surprise, but the people who are sort of caretakers of the foot asked him if he'd be willing to be part of this protest at jumped right on it, and all his asked to do is come down to the park in an old town to support that rally and to me it was a perfect opportunity to show a unity between black Americans and they've Americans that we can't afford to not see that we have to see that unity, and you know black people in America having gained the focus since this murder of George Floyd, but there are other groups that need the black lives matter movement to succeed because they're not being from and they need. Movement to succeed to give them a better shot to so he and other activists are making this explicit connection between the protest happened across the country. The black lives matter protests, and then also what's happening locally in New Mexico? It's really remarkable to see that that union. Yeah, and I would say everyone. I talked to seize this. They saw these protests as an extension of the Black Lives Matter Protests Ryan definitely saw them as deeply connected as focusing on the same basic lying issues, the same issue of own oppressed people being forced to accept a continued. Oppression and so Brian He talked about how he he showed up at the protest kind of quietly scoping things out when it was still just a prayer vigil, and then at some point at the right moment. Someone gets the foot out. Of the car and sort of orchestrates this moment for him where he can know, take it up and just. Hold it over his head in front of the whole crowd, but at least a few significant onlookers and someone who could snap a photo. And Brian described just what it was like to hold back foot above his head in that moment what I felt. I was I was doing these protests. At. Twenty years old now. My daughter is doing it nineteen. and. This is absurd. That's what I felt. that. She has to do this now. And I realized what my parents vote when I had to do it. So that crossed my mind, I was holding it. It's like wins. Is GonNA end? That's the question right for all of these protests. When's IT GONNA end and is it? Is this same fight can keep being handed down from one generation to the next, and the this country is never done things easy way. It's always done things difficult way. And so now he's got to deal with multiple issues at once when it could have dealt with each one of them when the time was right, although they all distant at the same time, because this country was built. Some blood of the people that are that are now. Protesting. But had a couple of centuries to deal with them. We've never dealt with it effectively. Only to the degree of the nation's comfort. Now countries forced to reckon and in Albuquerque New Mexico that reckoning is really just beginning not only as far as statues that to. They've already brought down the Diego demarcus statue. In Santa Fe, there's talk of other monuments that might come down, but for the activist, the particularly that kind of younger group of activists. They see this as so much bigger than statues I was talking to Autumn Chaconne. you know I asked if down. The statue was a success and that's that's not what she's after she wants to like. Force that institutions, the Albuquerque, museum, the city of Albuquerque Albuquerque Police Department to really deeply question and root out their own systemic racism, are we? We would like all Civic Chutian in the city of Albuquerque I. Mean True The nation throughout the world for start within the city to look at how. They have structural flaws that directly caused economic health disparities within people of color that there're institutional slung that make it hard for people of Color to get a job there to be treated equal to be paid fairly I mean this is complex and were we're seeking actual accountability rather than band-aid solutions, so own Yati may maybe gone, but from the perspective of these activists like they have not won the battle. This is just the tiniest first step. Yeah speaking of first steps. Does Brian Still Foot. So Brian he does not still have the foot. In fact, he says he does not even know where it is. I have no idea. It's not in my possession and I don't even know the person has so. I had no idea as the best answer I can give you. have no idea. Maybe they'll call me to show up with it somewhere else. I don't know, but if that happens I'll call you. 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"albuquerque police department" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"albuquerque police department" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"A. Used to the warriors. Suthers a lot of people saying defend. The police doesn't mean getting rid of the police, and then sometimes you ask other people and they say that's exactly what we mean. There's a funny clip I saw Geez I should have figured out where it was Katie tour on an MSNBC interviewing somebody somewhere of the hold the fund. The policing was last week, and she said let's just for the record. Get it out. There wouldn't when people are talking about? Defend the police. You don't mean getting rid of the police and he said. That's exactly what I mean. Dirtier. Nice. That's a lot like black lives matter. People are in support of the phrase, and some people think they're in support of the organization, but I have no idea the the full panoply of what the organization wants and they knew that they'd be guessed it, but they'd still be up with the sentiment, or I'm sorry down with the sentiment as the kids say, and it's become a take seriously, not literally thing which is Kinda funny? Obviously, since that's what the trump crowd says about trump, th that people don't mean we don't mean define the police, because if you poll cutting money to police departments, fifteen percent approval. To Fund the police does better because there's a certain crowd that doesn't actually mean to fund the police. They just mean you know fix. The Police Department chur fix policing in America. Say Most Americans and most cops, and this is what they're doing. An Albuquerque and I have a feeling. This is going to become popular a lot of places different versions of it. Calls to defend the police are being heard in New Mexico's largest city of Albuquerque where the Mayor Tim Keller announced plans to create a first of its kind unarmed public safety force. The Albuquerque Community Safety Department will serve alongside the Albuquerque Police Department but be made up of unarmed social workers who are trained in. Dealing with homelessness, mental health, nonviolent emergencies, which is something, the police Oliver country have been asking for for a long time. Yeah, let's try it. The new force will give dispatchers a third option besides police or firefighters to deescalate certain situations. You send somebody WHO's an expert in mental health and homelessness to go over and deal with that situation over there, sure cops or fighters who aren't trained to deal with either one of those things. Just blasted with a hose, right. You're a firefighter. Why do you have your? Where are you knocking down my tent? Well, a firefighter I don't want. I'm only supposed to do I. Would I've always thought it funny that they have to throw in their full gear on calls including medical calls? What if in case there's a spontaneous combustion which based on our writing with various fire departments. There's way more of that than there is going to fire Oh. Yeah, yeah, they really firemen or firefighters is I. Mean they do that? Certainly, but that's not most of what they do. Funding for the department would come from shifting resources away from five other departments, including the Police Fire and transit department, so you'd be in effect defending police fire and transit departments to have some money to spend on these other things, if we can be grownups and talk about it this way, So there you go I think that will catch on all across the country and I think. Like several times over the last couple of weeks, some people see this as conservatives getting things done that they wanted to get done with see leading the way or other lefties right right politics is so odd. The sadist psycho kneeling on poor George Floyd's neck. has nothing to do with. Police responding the mental health calls. Does anything to do with colts right right? doesn't have anything with a lot of things, but right it has to do with getting psychos off. Police Forces but it's led to a lot more. We do it all the time we pass gun. Laws or various rules are after a school shooting that would have not affected that particular shooting. Yeah feels like we're doing something people don't. WanNa feel powerless. And another thing is going to bring up. What would Joe Biden say at this moment? That's what I'm. Wake Up. Thank you, holy cow, somebody, check on him. You're welcome, so send the firefighters Joe Biden's House I think he's dying. They ought to call firefighters first aiders. I wonder if it just doesn't get get you as much support politically. Well I think they've always been firefighters. Their duties have grown. Through the years I mean back in the day. If you're sick, you call. Your doctor had come to your house. Now, you call the Fire Department. And had been something. Oh yeah good time like that. Yeah Ekka I like my doctor is good guy. The most popular article in The New York Times. I regularly. Check that column. Most popular articles these are the ones people are reading in tweeting around the most. Number, one right now is one I talked about yesterday. Flushing the toilet flings corona. Aerosol all over the place Oh. Me Your shedding the virus I thought you were going to say a different sh word. I'm doing listening on. AM radio and win under a bridge? Things a little fuzzy that was. Getting that word was. What you call heading the soft e shedding Shutting the virus, when you do your thing in the bathroom, and then when you flush the toilet, it sends the germs up in the air, and that's a pretty bad way. Just just don't care so public restrooms. That's where I should throw my mask on before I go in the restroom over here where there's a bunch of people have been people in their standing there breathing flushing toilets, etc, that's probably not probably guaranteed. That's the most dangerous place in this building is a sick. I'M GONNA. Start going in the woods like bear. The seems like a sensible precautions shedding the woods. Oh! Again. I. Don't know that much about bear epidemiology. But thank you for asking the question. Are Text Line is four, one, five, two nine five K FTC. What are we want to talk about coming up? You know we could get into the game. transgender ruling the Supreme Court just unleash. There are a lot of folks who, with all due love and respect for Neal. Gorsuch, you're saying boy. He got this one totally wrong, and it's not just. I'm against that I think he's wrong, but his reasoning doesn't hold on Yeah I've I've read read a couple columns on that people saying that's a major deal and I guess I just don't get it well. Maybe I'll get it more. When Joe who almost went loss, no came super close explains to US coming up..

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"albuquerque police department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"albuquerque police department" 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 department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"albuquerque police department" 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 department" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"albuquerque police department" 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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"albuquerque police department" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"albuquerque police department" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"In the story of the let's family of new mexico ryan whole lattes is twenty seven years old an officer with the albuquerque police department he's here tonight with his wife rebecca last year ryan was on duty when he so pregnant homeless woman preparing to inject heroin when ryan told her she was going to harm her unborn child she began to weep she told him she didn't know where to turn but badly wanted a safe home for her baby in that moment brian said he felt god speak to him you will do it because you can he took out a picture of his wife and therefore kids ben he went home to tell his wife rebecca in an instant she agreed to adopt the whole let's named their new daughter hope ryan and rebecca you embody the goodness of our nation thank you okay i mean that that is a fantastic story to fantastic pro life story to fantastic american story is the store story that that president obama never would have told and when i see that as a pro life person it reminds me that my priorities still matter it reminds me of my values still matter and trump i think did that innocent this was a rare moment of subtlety for the president i thought it was a great story i thought that than him bring those those folks to the state of the union was terrific and that of course was not the limit on it.

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"albuquerque police department" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"albuquerque police department" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"In care of before we talk about how we take care of foreign citizens which makes sense this is still america now one of the things that was really incredible that how trump use storytelling last night your bush did it obama did it they all they all do the reagan routine as i say putting people up in the rafters and then pointing at them and saying look at this wonderful person let's clap trump he he's been using the slogan the forgotten men and women of the country throughout the entire campaign and i thought that he misused it when he talked about people who are living in small towns and have lost their jobs in these the forgotten men and women i'll tell you who have been forgotten people who believe in american values sort of traditional american values the belief that america is a place of liberty that the people who who make small sacrifices that don't show up on the national scale but who are doing the everyday work of making america better place and some of the stories are being told last night or so eloquent in what they said that they said more than than even what trump said so one example that last night was he talked about the whole let's family i thought this was just magnificent is this young family wear a a guy who's an officer with the albuquerque police department he tells their story this is the most pro life story that you'll ever here without mentioning the word 'abortion just this week democrats voted down a filibuster to bill protect babies in the womb after twenty weeks they've they voted that down donald trump without ever mentioning the word 'abortion without ever suggesting pro life without to augment termination of pregnancy makes an eloquent case for life by telling the story of the let's family who are true american heroes we see a vivid expression of this truths.

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"albuquerque police department" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"albuquerque police department" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"As we have seen tonight i own asked out or mushroom peyote you got like the tony soprano koa news fresh as much as many as the back door murders and let to us answer go mexico god here we go in a whole list is 27 years old rhino officer with the albuquerque police department he's here to tell you my real with his wife rebecca was sociopath and skin whoa whoa whoa man of the circus that's how mind nearly always held the baby woo who showed me how to do that thank thank you you last year ryan was on duty when he certainly pregnant homeless woman preparing to inject heroin he wrestling ryan told her she was going to harm her unborn child she began to weep she told him she didn't know where to turn but badly wanted a safe home for her baby at that moment brian said he felt god speak to him you will do it because you can he heard those were while he to lay out a picture of his wife short of grow kids bernhard what are you fucking idiot tell his wife rebecca in an instant she agreed to adopt the whole let's named their new daughter hope orion and rebecca you embody the goodness yeah the mom have injury and then we discarded the body uh we muggers there too.

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"albuquerque police department" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"albuquerque police department" Discussed on The Daily

"Thank you for his arm in descending himself against the accusations on democrats that he favors employers over their workers one of the cases that neal gore such mention was simply a or a versus the city of albuquerque this is sandy have kentucky's hey cindy it's michael bar borrow from the new york times how are you i'm get thank you and my catching you know work i don't know where but it's okay i talked with the firm is the owner and kind of told him what was going on and he was might take all the time you need it's a wonderful please tell and thank you really great so that year able to take some time to talk to us i wanna start by come to giving listener is an understanding of where you or kind of you know what your life was like and back in nineteen ninety nine some is going to kind ask you to to talk me through that for just a little bit so in nineteen ninety nine i was pregnant with my first child my has been and i were both protective is with the albuquerque police department and you know it okay here's to get pregnant an important pregnant he prep for the family well we had our baby chris i called my hit provide for him and i don't know that it was they're infection but everything with find davey with hoffy we were fine and i was going to start might leave and when i have my immediate supervisors they were great they were wonderful they were like needless now how much time you need it wasn't until after i admit it my paperwork that being the got a little crazy because it with the a human resource manager who changed my paperwork and if i didn't that i couldn't use compensatory leave that i had used to clean and interestingly enough as i told you might has been to the three five three as well it took compensatory time and they didn't do anything to him so she was and that leaves.

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