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"amy hess" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

06:28 min | 13 hrs ago

"amy hess" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"And damage this in four Phil Valentine, How are your friends? All eyes on Louisville. It is on near lock down the Briana Taylor decision could be coming down here in any time. The question is, Will those police officers be charged in her shooting death? And what will those? What will those charges be? Now we've got Daniel Cameron. And this is a guy who to be perfectly honest, He is amazing. And he is a guy who for the state of Kentucky, He is theater knee general. And he is the one that is making the decision as to whether or not these officers will face any charges. Now, couple of things about Mr Cameron one. He is black and two. He is a Donald Trump supporter is a matter of fact. He is a conservative, and it seems like he's conservative to the core. And when he spoke at the RNC, he spoke about the protest. He spoke about the riots and he spoke about a social justice. Whether you are the family of Rianna Taylor Or David Dorn. These are the ideals that will heal our nation's wounds. Republicans will never turned a blind eye toe unjust acts. But neither will we accept an all out assault on Western civilization. Yeah, and so he was. Somebody is somebody who is very impressive, and so it is up to him. To decide what happens to these police officers. Now again, remember, this is a situation that is going to be explosive. So what they're doing now is they're shutting down the city, a state of emergency has been declared. And by doing this, they can implement curfews and these kinds of things. If stuff starts to go down, the businesses in downtown Louisville are preparing for the mayhem. Schools have gone Tio online learning. Now. One of the officers involved is guy by the name of Jonathan Mattingly, and he wrote a very candid open letter. Really? It's a candid email to his colleagues on the police force. And so I want to read some of this to you because It really is a It's a blunt email, and it really is an It's an indication as to what the police officers are going through these days, he says. And they do say warning portions of this unedited letter may contain language that might offend some readers. He says. I'm not here to give you a raw raw in this speech, he says. I'm not here to tell you that you signed up to help this community and to keep your head up. I'm here to tell you. I'm sorry that you have to go through this. I'm sorry that your families have to go through this. I'm sorry. The Mayor Amy Hess and Chief Conrad failed all of us. In epic proportions for their own gain to cover their own behind. Now again, this is this is a guy who is very much involved in the shooting death of a Briana Taylor is a matter of fact, I believe he's the one that pulled the trigger. He says. You do not deserve to be in this position. The position that allows thugs to get in your face and yell, curse and degrade you. Throw bricks, bottles and urine on you and expect you to do nothing. It goes against everything. We're all taught at the academy. The position that if you make a mistake during one of the most stressful times in your career The department and the FBI. Who, by the way, he says, or not cops and would pee in their pants. If they had to hold the line. Go after you for civil rights violations. Your civil rights mean nothing. But the criminal has total autonomy. Now, This is a fascinating insight into the mind of a police officer because I'm not a cop, but I've spoken to many, many, many police officers over the years. And it's everything that we've all talked about, especially over the past six months where you do have if you're a police officer breaks being thrown at you. These these these protesters slash rioters. In your face. Having urine thrown at you as well. Then bottles and everything else. I mean, we've all seen the videos. And he is right by the way. You know, In a lot of these cities, you see the police officers going through all kinds of abuse and the patients that they show We're not pulling out that baton and cracking these people over the head. It is admirable, to say the least. It is amazing. And so his letter does continue on, he says. We all signed up to be police officers. We knew the risks and we're willing to take them. But we always assumed the city had your back. We wanted to do the right thing in the midst of an evil world to protect those who cannot protect themselves to enforce laws that make it possible to live. In a peaceful society. He says. We as police deny care if you're black, white, Hispanic, Asian what you identify as this week, he says. We're not better than anyone. This is not an us against society, but it is good versus evil. And that's a great point. That is a great point. When he says it's not us versus them, but it is good versus evil because there is a lot of evil outside that these police officers were trying to deal with, he says. We are sons, daughters, husbands, wives, partners, brothers, sisters, dads and moms. We are human beings with flaws, feelings and emotions. Now as he's writing this and this just came out a few hours ago as that he's riding this. He and all these other officers. They are facing possible charges. They don't know what is going to happen next, but what they do know Is that they are under investigation. They know that the city that they love in the city that they protect. Louisville could very well come under massive attack..

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Fresh update on "amy hess" discussed on Phil Valentine

Phil Valentine

01:57 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "amy hess" discussed on Phil Valentine

"And damage this in four Phil Valentine, How are your friends? All eyes on Louisville. It is on near lock down the Briana Taylor decision could be coming down here in any time. The question is, Will those police officers be charged in her shooting death? And what will those? What will those charges be? Now we've got Daniel Cameron. And this is a guy who to be perfectly honest, He is amazing. And he is a guy who for the state of Kentucky, He is theater knee general. And he is the one that is making the decision as to whether or not these officers will face any charges. Now, couple of things about Mr Cameron one. He is black and two. He is a Donald Trump supporter is a matter of fact. He is a conservative, and it seems like he's conservative to the core. And when he spoke at the RNC, he spoke about the protest. He spoke about the riots and he spoke about a social justice. Whether you are the family of Rianna Taylor Or David Dorn. These are the ideals that will heal our nation's wounds. Republicans will never turned a blind eye toe unjust acts. But neither will we accept an all out assault on Western civilization. Yeah, and so he was. Somebody is somebody who is very impressive, and so it is up to him. To decide what happens to these police officers. Now again, remember, this is a situation that is going to be explosive. So what they're doing now is they're shutting down the city, a state of emergency has been declared. And by doing this, they can implement curfews and these kinds of things. If stuff starts to go down, the businesses in downtown Louisville are preparing for the mayhem. Schools have gone Tio online learning. Now. One of the officers involved is guy by the name of Jonathan Mattingly, and he wrote a very candid open letter. Really? It's a candid email to his colleagues on the police force. And so I want to read some of this to you because It really is a It's a blunt email, and it really is an It's an indication as to what the police officers are going through these days, he says. And they do say warning portions of this unedited letter may contain language that might offend some readers. He says. I'm not here to give you a raw raw in this speech, he says. I'm not here to tell you that you signed up to help this community and to keep your head up. I'm here to tell you. I'm sorry that you have to go through this. I'm sorry that your families have to go through this. I'm sorry. The Mayor Amy Hess and Chief Conrad failed all of us. In epic proportions for their own gain to cover their own behind. Now again, this is this is a guy who is very much involved in the shooting death of a Briana Taylor is a matter of fact, I believe he's the one that pulled the trigger. He says. You do not deserve to be in this position. The position that allows thugs to get in your face and yell, curse and degrade you. Throw bricks, bottles and urine on you and expect you to do nothing. It goes against everything. We're all taught at the academy. The position that if you make a mistake during one of the most stressful times in your career The department and the FBI. Who, by the way, he says, or not cops and would pee in their pants. If they had to hold the line. Go after you for civil rights violations. Your civil rights mean nothing. But the criminal has total autonomy. Now, This is a fascinating insight into the mind of a police officer because I'm not a cop, but I've spoken to many, many, many police officers over the years. And it's everything that we've all talked about, especially over the past six months where you do have if you're a police officer breaks being thrown at you. These these these protesters slash rioters. In your face. Having urine thrown at you as well. Then bottles and everything else. I mean, we've all seen the videos. And he is right by the way. You know, In a lot of these cities, you see the police officers going through all kinds of abuse and the patients that they show We're not pulling out that baton and cracking these people over the head. It is admirable, to say the least. It is amazing. And so his letter does continue on, he says. We all signed up to be police officers. We knew the risks and we're willing to take them. But we always assumed the city had your back. We wanted to do the right thing in the midst of an evil world to protect those who cannot protect themselves to enforce laws that make it possible to live. In a peaceful society. He says. We as police deny care if you're black, white, Hispanic, Asian what you identify as this week, he says. We're not better than anyone. This is not an us against society, but it is good versus evil. And that's a great point. That is a great point. When he says it's not us versus them, but it is good versus evil because there is a lot of evil outside that these police officers were trying to deal with, he says. We are sons, daughters, husbands, wives, partners, brothers, sisters, dads and moms. We are human beings with flaws, feelings and emotions. Now as he's writing this and this just came out a few hours ago as that he's riding this. He and all these other officers. They are facing possible charges. They don't know what is going to happen next, but what they do know Is that they are under investigation. They know that the city that they love in the city that they protect. Louisville could very well come under massive attack..

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"amy hess" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

04:07 min | 2 months ago

"amy hess" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

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"amy hess" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

05:55 min | 2 months ago

"amy hess" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

"In view offices like Phoenix, one of those assistant special agent charge is not co located with the SAC not in Phoenix, but in Tucson correct and was you. That was me if you like it. Oh absolutely, it was a fantastic experience, because not only did I got to learn about all these things that I had never previously experienced including not only border issues, but also what we refer to as Indian country crimes, so crimes on on native American reservations or among native American people but in addition to that. My supervisor was not like right down the hall. Is it was sort of like having the opportunity to run your own office, but you still have a safety net because your bosses two hours up the interstate. And, so he's accessible, but yet you're still sort of on your own on a day-to-day basis now. You told me that John Lewis who I didn't have the. Meeting was not a warm and fuzzy type, but then he was a great mentor. He was John could be. Polarizing to people, some people really liked him and some people really. Didn't, but he was very clear and confident in his direction. I appreciated that. He also was a man who knew what he wanted. And so I paid attention to that, and he didn't know me when he hired me as his deputy as his ASEC in Tucson. But we ought to know each other through that experience and of course. Being the new person I wanted to impress the boss so for his first visit when he came down to visit me a few weeks into my job, I had a whole agenda lined up for him I wanted to reassure him that he had made the right pick that he had selected of the right person for this job, and so I lined out this agenda where we were going to meet with. With this chief for this sheriff and we were going to receive this briefing, and this squad was going to tell them about this case, and we were going to do all of these things and I had a very structured agenda lined out for him and I remember distinctly that he came down that day, and I told him I showed him the agenda and he said that that's all great but the. The first thing we're going to do is visit Ruben and Ruben was. He was a linguist, a translator for the Office for the Phoenix Field Office located in Tucson, but he had not been at work for a while because he had a terminal illness, and you mentioned by the way earlier that about two thirds of F. B.. I. Employees are not special agents. Ruben was one of those people correct not. Not a special agent who is not a special agent. He was what we again term professional staff, but really important to the mission of the FBI critical to the mission of the FBI so his specific job is a member of our professional staff. cordray was as a translator as a linguist..

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"amy hess" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

05:16 min | 2 months ago

"amy hess" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

"It was called the reactive squad. Reacts the crimes that have occurred. and. That's everything from bank robberies, fugitives, kidnappings, extortions I actually thought I. Hit the lottery. This is just like it is in the brochure I thought. This is really obviously i. have arrived where you still in all of the FBI. Absolutely, honestly I am still off the FBI. We're still intimidated, yes. Now. All of a sudden I, did pretty well in class, and my new agents class the Bung all these super stars I did I held my own, but now all of a sudden I'm a real field office with real FBI agents that have been doing this some of them a long time. And they're good at it. Now every new FBI agent gets a training agent. Who Was Yours? My trainee agent was a man by the name of Raja rates. He reminded me of Buford pusher and the movies walking tall other people say they remind him of John Wayne, but this is a guy who he referred to himself as the Sheriff at that tells you anything. He took this job really seriously. He loved the FBI, but he took the job of being a training agent very seriously. which by the way you don't get extra money for it's an ancillary duty it's it's something that's assigned you in addition to your caseload, and you're usually volunteered for it. You don't volunteer. He was assigned as my training Asian, and he had trained many others before me and after me. You told me he was a great mentor. He was why. He was a great mentor. Because first of all, he actually wanted to be a training Asian he cared. That I learned he cared that I became good at my job. He wanted me to be a good FBI agent and he wanted me to reflect well on the organization that he loved. And so as a result he took the time and the attention to do everything from creating my paperwork a lot i. don't know how many red pins he went through, but he corrected my paperwork and let's be clear. There's a lot of paperwork in the FBI tons of paperwork FBI. It is definitely paperwork heavy. He introduced me to. He introduced me to people inside the office outside the office. He taught me the basics even though I just gone to new agents class. It's not the same thing as actually conducting interviews when you're out in the real world and people react in ways. They're totally unpredictable to the way you think they may react and.

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"amy hess" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

03:29 min | 2 months ago

"amy hess" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

"What I was told later is that if you have bad habits to break your more trainable? So a lot of the people in my class, who had military or law, enforcement backgrounds had developed apparently some habits that were not easy to break them of and as a result of me, being more of a blank slate, and it probably wasn't hurt by the fact that in high school I had a propensity for going to the arcade when we had. Had Video Arcades. My mother gave me rolls of quarters. I think to keep me busy between the end of school in the beginning of practice, and so during that interim period I would spend a lot of time on these games that taught me hand eye coordination. What were you good at particularly the video arcade? Yeah, my favorites were Glagah. I liked centipede. Liked to joust. Those were some of my favorite games, and so you're attributing some of that to your marksmanship at the FBI. Academy I think so. It's a hand eye coordination thing when you graduate. Where are you assigned? I was assigned to Kansas City Missouri. How did that happen at that time? When you went through the new agents class, they gave you a list of just ten out of the fifty six field offices in the FBI. You had a wish list of ten topped in places. You want to go being from Jeffersonville Indiana, the area of Louisville. Louisville Kentucky I wanted to go to the beach because I enjoyed our beach vacations when I was growing up, so I thought that would be a coolest I meant, so you listed beach cities? Yeah, absolutely I listed are field offices in Jacksonville and Tampa and Miami and San Diego, and all these places along the beach I thought it'd be pretty cool. Unfortunately, whoever was making the assignments that day for the FBI totally ignored my list, and that happened it does it does they decided for whatever reason that they had a need in Kansas City Missouri that date. And I had never been to Kansas. City Missouri and up to the front of the Class Open my envelope to say where I'm going. And that's sort of the protocol at the protocol was walk up in front of the class, and you have a thumb tack with. Basically that's representing you. And there's a big map on the wall behind you. And, the idea was you. Put your thumb tack in the city where you're assigned and so as I'm reading this, it's big surprise. You Open the envelope and you say. Your Office of assignment is changed from which your process through Indianapolis because I was going to school in Indiana University in nap was Indiana to Kansas City Missouri, and then I took my thumb tack and I started at the Atlantic Ocean on the east coast and win across. Sorry going to the left and before I, knew it I was actually in the Pacific Ocean and I thought. How did I Miss Kansas City Missouri? Where is Kansas City? Missouri and I looked at. It was directly in the staple, and at that time it occurred to me. That law is equidistant from all beaches. These FBI people got to be pretty smart. This way I can get to any beach i. want the same amount of time or another way to look at it. They put you as far from every beach. Possibly could. They did do like it in Kansas City It was phenomenal. I couldn't ask for better assignment first of all, I thought that back to the science and engineering thing is going to be working something technical or I be working government fraud. There was a Boeing plant at that time in Wichita Kansas the Kansas City field office is responsible for half of Missouri, and all of Kansas. I thought while they'll have me working something. Government fraud technical related. Instead I was put on the violent crime squad..

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"amy hess" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

03:39 min | 2 months ago

"amy hess" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

"We all lined the street and so many contractors in that area. We were all lining that NASA road one while the motorcade passed us and drove into NASA Johnson Space Center for the memorial service and the flyover with the missing man formation. It was very impactful. You figured out at some point. Amy that you didn't want to be an engineer. You didn't want to sit in a small room and code. Yeah I did that pretty quickly. I think during my co OP program didn't want a minute to myself I. still wanted to play all this out, but I realized that this is not really what I wanted to do, and you also determined that you couldn't be an astronaut. Why So at the time as I found out while I was working in Houston. To be an astronaut. You had to have twenty twenty uncorrected vision. Old Problem was I couldn't see the big e on the charge and I could barely see my hand in front of my face, uncorrected corrected and I realized quickly that while that's GonNa be a problem if they don't allow correction. To get to twenty twenty how I going to do that unless they change the rules, this is not really a thing. I can't really do this. And so then in that case of my okay with being an engineer. And my answer and my head was no I didn't know really what else I was going to do. So you've graduated from purdue or you're about to graduate. You'll have a degree in aeronautical and astronautical, engineering. You can't be an astronaut, and you don't WanNa be an engineer. Right exactly a little bit of a dilemma, but there's this thing in your life from your tour of Washington DC. It's an eleven year old girl. Yes I wasn't hundred percent convinced that was really a possibility. But it was always in the back of my head, so in the meantime while I'm in the state of confusion. I decided to apply for the MBA program at Indiana University which had a great reputation. I went there to get my Mba that was my intent and try to figure it out. Sounds like a bit of stalling tack. It was yes, it was. And in that first semester, I thought why am I not looking into the FBI White? Why am I not pursuing that? Let me at least check into it. And turns out. They were looking for scientists and engineers. At the time they were specifically targeting. People with science and engineering backgrounds. What about the vision thing? Amy You have to have good vision to be enough the special agent that's true, not as good as an astronaut and even better, it could be corrected to twenty twenty, so you were fine. I don't know that I'd use the word fine as my story goes, went in for my medical, and the nurse was very nice to me when I went in or initial medical screening. And, I believe the qualification was like twenty, three, hundred correctable to twenty twenty for your eyesight well, I wasn't quite twenty three hundred, but the nurse who was administering this test. Essentially had me look at the chart and she kept asking me she said. Can you see that and I said? Sort of she said if you squint, can you see it? And I. I said I could see a better she has. What are those letters? Look like to you and I read them off as best as I thought, I could, and she said close enough. You're in I'm in or at least you've passed that part of the yeah, there's a whole battery of things of course that happened after that, but that was the initial test. When did you get to Quantico as a brand new FBI special agent that was January of Nineteen Ninety one. It took me a little less than a year to process, which is quick, it is yes, in retrospect..

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"amy hess" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

05:03 min | 2 months ago

"amy hess" Discussed on The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

"Investor. That I will bear to faith and allegiance to the scene that I. Take this obligation freely about any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, and that I will well and fully discharge the duties of the Office on which I am about to enter. So help me God help me God so God. Welcome to the youth I'm Chuck Rosenberg and I am honored to be your host for another compelling conversation with a fascinating guests from the world of public service this week. My guest is has the highest ranking woman in F. B. I. History. Amy Grew up in Jeffersonville Indiana a small town just across the Ohio River from Louisville Kentucky as a child. Amy Dreamed of being an astronaut. She studied `aeronautics astronautical engineering at purdue. Amy is a rocket scientist, but poor eyesight dashed her NASA dreams instead. Amy Got her start in the FBI as As a special agent in Kansas City working violent crime cases, she was one of the first agents in her office to be part of a new evidence response team, and won her first assignments as part of that team was to Oklahoma City, because of the horrific domestic terrorism attack on the Murrah Federal. Building in Nineteen ninety-five. Amy Rose through. FBI RANKS TO RUN THE MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE field offices, and to run to large divisions at headquarters where she oversaw FBI technology in one job and the FBI's criminal and cyber work in another. Today she is back home as the Chief of Public Safety for Louisville Kentucky where she manages several vital city agencies and they'll retired from the FBI. Amy Continues to serve Amy Hess welcome to the oath. Thank you great to be here well. It's great to be Anura. Town Louisville Kentucky welcomed local. You grew up right across the Ohio River in Jeffersonville Indiana now. I did suburb of level located right across the Ohio. River, so tell me about that. Jeffersonville is a great place to grow up. I had a I think basically idyllic childhood. I went to Jeffersonville, high school public school. Yes I was fortunate enough to grow up on the end of cold sack, surrounded by neighborhood, full of boys who like to play football and baseball and basketball, and all those things and my dad was lawyer..

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"amy hess" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:27 min | 4 months ago

"amy hess" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"We choose to. Do, the other thing not because they are easy, but because they are odd, hi, this is Chuck Rosenberg host of the oath podcast. I, speak with people who sacrificed for the common good who believe in collective responsibility who do things that are hard. Our conversations on the youth are thoughtful, civil, respectful essential. We bring these leaders and their struggles and successes to life in the third season of the oath. You'll meet more inspirational leaders. People who took that oath made that promise and serve this amazing. Amazing country in various ways leaders like former secretary of defense and CIA director Leon Panetta the toughest job I had as secretary of defense was to sign deployment orders that placed young men and women in uniform in harm's way. Former NASA astronaut Kathy Sullivan in your role as an astronaut. One of the key things you're doing is helping. Make sure the pieces are coming together. The unknowns are being probed carefully. The risks are being evaluated carefully, and it's very hard on families to stand there. There and know that their loved one is writing bombs for living the highest ranking woman in the FBI Amy Hess I. Remember he was kneeling down on the ground, and he was holding a baby's shoe I knew he had young children and I watched as he just dissolved in tears, and all of a sudden, the evil that happened there in Oklahoma City on April. Nineteenth nineteen ninety-five struck me former judge and United States. Attorney Carol Lam walked through that door. They would all look at. At me and then I would think to myself. I know what you're thinking about me right now, and by the time we leave this room, you're going to be thinking something else and former. Surgeon General Vivek. Murthy, there are fundamental core values around decency round kindness around compassion. It's part of our shared humanity. We are truly interdependent. We are stronger when we are together. We live in an uncertain world public faith in our most crucial institutions waivers when we most need those institutions to thrive. But remarkable people still take the oath they still raise their hand serve, and they still sacrifice for the common good, despite the turmoil reminded us of the need for good and honest, public servants join me for season three of an MSNBC podcast search for the oath wherever you're listening right now and subscribe new episodes everyone's..

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"amy hess" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:27 min | 4 months ago

"amy hess" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"We choose to. Do the other thing not because they are easy, but because they are odd, hi, this is Chuck Rosenberg host of the oath podcast. I speak with people who sacrificed for the common good who believe in collective responsibility who do things that are hard. Our conversations on the youth are thoughtful, civil, respectful essential. We bring these leaders and their struggles and successes to life in the third season of the oath. You'll meet more inspirational leaders. People who took that oath made that promise and serve this amazing. Amazing country in various ways leaders like former secretary of Defense and CIA director, Leon Panetta the toughest job I had, as secretary of defense was to sign deployment orders that placed young men and women in uniform in harm's way. Former NASA astronaut. Kathy Sullivan in your role as an astronaut. One of the key things you're doing is helping. Make sure the pieces are coming together. The unknowns are being probed carefully. The risks are being evaluated carefully, and it's very hard on families to stand there. There and know that their loved one is writing bombs for living the highest ranking woman in the FBI. Amy Hess, I remember he was kneeling down on the ground, and he was holding a baby's show. I knew he had young children, and I watched, as he just dissolved in tears, and all of a sudden, the evil that happened there in Oklahoma City on April nineteenth, nineteen ninety-five struck me. Former judge and United States Attorney Carol Lam walked through that door. They would all look at. At me, and then I would think to myself. I know what you're thinking about me right now, and by the time we leave this room, you're going to be thinking something else and former surgeon. General Vivek Murthy. There are fundamental core values around decency round kindness around compassion. It's part of our shared humanity. We are truly interdependent. We are stronger when we are together. We live in an uncertain world public faith in our most crucial institutions waivers when we most need those institutions to thrive. But remarkable people still take the oath. They still raise their hand serve, and they still sacrifice for the common good, despite the turmoil reminded us of the need for good and honest, public servants join me for season, three of an MSNBC podcast search for the oath wherever you're listening right now and subscribe new episodes everyone's..

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"amy hess" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

02:27 min | 4 months ago

"amy hess" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"We choose to. Do the other thing not because they are easy, but because they are odd, hi, this is Chuck Rosenberg host of the oath podcast. I speak with people who sacrificed for the common good who believe in collective responsibility who do things that are hard. Our conversations on the youth are thoughtful, civil, respectful essential. We bring these leaders and their struggles and successes to life in the third season of the oath. You'll meet more inspirational leaders. People who took that oath made that promise and serve this amazing. Amazing country in various ways, leaders like former secretary of defense and CIA director Leon Panetta, the toughest job I had as secretary of defense was sign deployment orders that placed young men and women in uniform in harm's way former NASA astronaut Kathy Sullivan in your role as an astronaut. One of the key things you're doing is helping. Make sure the pieces are coming together. The unknowns are being probed carefully. The risks are being evaluated carefully, and it's very hard on families to stand there and. And know that their loved one is writing bombs for living the highest ranking woman in the FBI Amy Hess, I remember. He was kneeling down on the ground, and he was holding a baby's shoe. I knew he had young children, and I watched, as he just dissolved in tears, and all of a sudden the evil that happened there in Oklahoma City on April Nineteenth Nineteen, ninety-five struck me former judge and United States Attorney Carol Lam. When I walked through that door, they would all look. Look at me and I would think to myself I. Know what you're thinking about me right now, and by the time we leave this room, you're going to be thinking something else and former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy. There are fundamental core values around decency round kindness around compassion. It's part of our shared humanity. We are truly interdependent. We are stronger when we are together. We live in an uncertain world public faith in our most crucial institutions waivers when we most need those institutions to thrive. But remarkable people still take the oath. They still raise their hand serve, and they still sacrifice for the common good, despite the turmoil reminded us of the need for good and honest, public servants join me for season three of an MSNBC podcast search for the oath wherever you're listening right now and subscribe new episodes everyone's..

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"amy hess" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

02:27 min | 4 months ago

"amy hess" Discussed on AM Joy

"We choose to. Do the other thing not because they are easy, but because they are odd, hi, this is Chuck Rosenberg host of the oath podcast I speak with people who sacrificed for the common good who believe in collective responsibility who do things that are hard. Our conversations on the youth are thoughtful, civil, respectful essential. We bring these leaders and their struggles and successes to life in the third season of the oath. You'll meet more inspirational leaders. People who took that oath made that promise and serve this amazing. Amazing country in various ways leaders like former secretary of defense and CIA director Leon Panetta the toughest job I had, as secretary of Defense, was to sign deployment orders that placed young men and women in uniform in harm's way. Former NASA astronaut Kathy. Sullivan in your role as an astronaut. One of the key things you're doing is helping. Make sure the pieces are coming together. The unknowns are being probed carefully. The risks are being evaluated carefully, and it's very hard on families to stand there and. And know that their loved one is writing bombs for living the highest ranking woman in the FBI Amy Hess. I remember, he was kneeling down on the ground, and he was holding a baby's shoe. I knew he had young children, and I watched, as he just dissolved in tears, and all of a sudden, the evil that happened there in Oklahoma City on April nineteenth nineteen ninety-five struck me former judge and United States. Attorney Carol Lam when I walked through that door. They would all look at. At me and then I would think to myself I. Know what you're thinking about me right now, and by the time we leave this room. You're going to be thinking something else and former surgeon. General Vivek Murthy there are fundamental core values around decency round kindness around compassion. It's part of our shared humanity. We are truly interdependent. We are stronger when we are together. We live in an uncertain world public faith in our most crucial institutions waivers when we most need those institutions to thrive. But remarkable people still take the oath. They still raise their hand serve, and they still sacrifice for the common good, despite the turmoil reminded us of the need for good and honest, public servants join me for season, three of an MSNBC podcast search for the oath wherever you're listening right now and subscribe new episodes everyone's..

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"amy hess" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:27 min | 4 months ago

"amy hess" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"We choose to. Do the other thing not because they are easy, but because they are odd, hi, this is chuck. Rosenberg host of the oath podcast I speak with people who sacrificed for the common good who believe in collective responsibility who do things that are hard. Our conversations on the youth are thoughtful, civil, respectful essential. We bring these leaders and their struggles and successes to life in the third season of the oath. You'll meet more inspirational leaders. People who took that oath made that promise and serve this amazing. Amazing country in various ways leaders like former secretary of defense and CIA director Leon Panetta the toughest job I had as secretary of defense was to sign deployment orders that placed young men and women in uniform in harm's way. Former NASA astronaut Kathy Sullivan in your role as an astronaut. One of the key things you're doing is helping. Make sure the pieces are coming together. The unknowns are being probed carefully. The risks are being evaluated carefully, and it's very hard on families to stand there and. And know that their loved one is writing bombs for living the highest ranking woman in the FBI. Amy Hess I remember. He was kneeling down on the ground, and he was holding a baby's shoe I knew he had young children, and I watched, as he just dissolved in tears, and all of a sudden, the evil that happened there in Oklahoma, city on April, Nineteenth nineteen ninety-five struck me former judge and United States Attorney Carol, Lam. When I walked through that door, they would all look at. At me, and then I would think to myself I. Know what you're thinking about me right now, and by the time we leave this room, you're going to be thinking something else and former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy. There are fundamental core values around decency round kindness around compassion. It's part of our shared humanity. We are truly interdependent. We are stronger when we are together. We live in an uncertain world public faith in our most crucial institutions waivers when we most need those institutions to thrive. But remarkable people still take the oath they still raise their hand serve, and they still sacrifice for the common good, despite the turmoil reminded us of the need for good and honest, public servants join me for season, three of an MSNBC podcast search for the oath wherever you're listening right now and subscribe new episodes everyone's..

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"amy hess" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"amy hess" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Dead in Colorado. Where the FBI says the Florida woman made threats to schools in the Denver area related to Saturday's twentieth. Anniversary of the Columbine shooting that killed thirteen people schools closed today because of it. Scott McLean is in Denver, which you got the Colorado. She had purchased a pump action shotgun. She had a weapon with her law enforcement now telling CNN that she was found dead when law enforcement came upon her stay with super talk ninety nine seven WTN for the latest on this story. In other developing story, thirty two Tennessee, doctors, nurses, and medical professionals are entering dight -ment in a massive nationwide opioid crackdown. Spanning multiple states here in middle Tennessee, four daughters and four nurse practitioners and a pharmacist. Are charged. The indictment says patients were given treatment when they medically didn't need it. And if they didn't comply the patients were threatened with dismissal and no more prescriptions. The names of the doctors, nurses, and the pharmacists indicted a middle. Tennessee are in the stories. We posted to our social media pages. Ken Weaver, WTN news, the FBI's Amy Hess special agent in charge says the joint strike force targeted people who abused their patients trust removing even one criminal masquerading as a medical professional diverts opioids for profit can make a significant and lasting impact on community. The patients their families, their friends and others who care about them. In other news, Florida. Prosecutors will release the police obtained videos that allegedly show New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft receiving sexual services for pay at a massage. Parlor, the Palm Beach county state's attorney's office says it has to release it because of the state's open records. Is laws crafts attorneys have asked a judge to stop it. But prosecutors say they can't wait on a judge's decision. And more than one hundred people from around middle. Tennessee gathered in Murfreesboro to attend the funeral service. This morning of a local veteran with no known relatives. His name was Charles, Billie. Johnson and was considered a staple of downtown Murfreesboro. He served in Vietnam as an army infantryman news brought to you by analytic carrier and.

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"amy hess" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"amy hess" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"So every day. Amy Hess told the Wall Street Journal as companies like apple Facebook, and others have instituted end to end in Christian and messaging government agencies, particularly the FBI have complained that terrorists and other criminals have been able to conduct business outside of surveillance. Also, highlighting the issue a piece from nine to five MAC. It's got the journal saying governments want access to user data the solve crimes and track. Potential threats Silicon Valley companies fearful that this access could be misused for spying or exploited by hackers continue to build products that are so securely encrypted the tech companies themselves or sometimes unable to access the data on them and many tech companies are resisting and the efforts to weaken. And their encryption capabilities. Now, if you would like an illustration of there being no such thing as a back door that only works for the good guys a separate piece from apple insiders says celebrate iphone hacking tools are selling on EBay for as little as one hundred dollars. If you don't remember who they are. It's believed though, unconfirmed that celebrate cracked the phone of San Bernardino killer, the reprehensible Siad Rizwan for Ruch after apple refuse to weaken its own encryption. After San Bernardino screwed up the phone, but whatever celebrate systems are only supposed to be used by law enforcement and celebrate only sells to law enforcement, which means it's good guys selling the keys to the back door to the highest bidder. According to people inside or the forensic data firm, sending letters to clients warning them against reselling attacking tools, given the potential for illegally breaking into private data. Nominally? The equipment is expected to be sent back to celebrate serious concerns have been raised given that people within or connected to police agencies are not only putting the tools in the hands of unknown persons. But potentially leaking case data if it hasn't been wiped. Actually, they're not potentially leaking data one researcher with whom the journal spoke bought twelve of the devices on e bay on at least some he found data on what devices were searched and wen and the forms of data that were extracted the piece goes on to say still more worrisome as the possibility that celebrates tools could map out vulnerabilities at hasn't shared with apple and other vendors apple tends to close exploits used by forensic firms as soon as it discovers them since they could just as well be used illegally. But this back doors just for good guys. So it'll be fine. More news in a moment. But first award from Xpress P P N giving you back your internet privacy. You probably think cybercrime is something. That'll never happen to you. You know, who else thought that probably somebody just like you. If you use public wifi that a coffee shop or an airport may be your data is a target public WI fi is one of the simplest and cheapest ways for hackers to make money. Now, I'm not trying to scare you out of using public wifi. But you should use it safely and you can with express VPN. Express VPN secures an anonymous.

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"amy hess" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"amy hess" Discussed on WTVN

"Batteries, I'll tell you this her finicky random, Iran red tops. My fifty I've ran the yellow tops. I ran them all in the Altima battery is you a shock them every once in a while because her gel and a lot of these counter guys specially I don't want that one place you're talking about because I don't deal with them. I going go through Napa. But did they think it's cool to sell people optimism? I don't understand why you just need a standard battery. You don't need that extra unless you have a bunch of fog lights on the increase. I do dedicated off road vehicle. Oh. On it. Okay. Well, that makes sense now. But but what you need to do is get the Optima charger. They sell a charger. Jags carries them. I think they're hundred and one hundred seventy five dollars. I'm guessing the homemade of that. But they're not ballpark and about once a month, you need a shock it with that. And it's got all these little settings on it. It's all different. You gotta put it on ten AM and on the gel the gel trying to think abbreviation that the G HMO or whatever it is. There's three settings you to charge it with with that type of charger because for some reason the gel charges differently. That makes sense that does make. Keeps happening on the starter. Yeah. You just need a new starter. I would just either, you know, we can have it, right? Start a rebuilt down in Lancaster. Okay. And the guys helped me says he's a he's been doing this this whole life. And he said he's never seen a starter. Stater was melted together as much as this one. What he said do not put this rebuilt starter onto the Jeep until you figure out what caused the started to go bad. Like, okay. That's that's the next thing you need to get. If you're a wiring guy, I've had stuff like that happen where I've had a wire get a bare spot and caused some issues to have some back feed. And yet you have something crazy going on and wiring and being being a mo- par product. Unfortunately, they do have a lot of wiring issues, but you need to get your best, buddy. It's a wiring experts was like, you know, your way around a car pretty well. And anytime I've had that happen that means there was something between the battery and starter or one of the regulators are one of the voters Bob of LA where it's got a bare wire, and it's a search and destroy mission and find it. Does that help you out? I say thanks for the call. We appreciate it. What real quick harassing? Why? They didn't Optima battery. I'm so glad you said that because that bothers me I think I think sometimes anytime you go into a part store, a young man behind the counter is trying to be cool, which I'm okay with to be that guy. Unites them want to sell the cool stuff. You want to open your hood and have the cool redtop battery, but you don't need those using a standard battery. But his case, he's got fog, lights and stuff. But he needs a shock that battery. It's AGM setting on the specialized chargers on a Optima batter because four gel modest water and acid like the old school. I knew that I needed special guests in the studio if you wanna talk about cars and taxes and other kinds of fun stuff. It is that season. Amy Hess joins a CPA owner r h w CPA's, Amy. How are you today? I'm great. How are you? Good. We're honored to have you on the program. And yes, it is that time of year when we start thinking about tax deadlines and our vehicles. I'm sure there's a bunch of new laws and things we hear the new good laws the ones that they changed and are going to take more of our money. I don't wanna hear about good ones with the good ones on good part of the new tax laws is all the tax brackets have been lowered about two to three percent. That's all I've heard that. That's awesome. I Dag on Trump..

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"amy hess" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"amy hess" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Does bother me because I do think this impacts our society, really harshly. You've had so many people like with other African American Jewish like there's been so many horrible things recently happening a little boy police are looking into whether other people were involved in the shooting. But so far no arrests have been made, he Lee Hanson NewsRadio. Eight forty W H A S. Louisville's new FBI chief starts today. He is James Robert Brown junior was named the new chief yesterday. Brown was a deputy assistant director and the national security branches weapons of mass destruction director. Rated FBI headquarters, he replaces former special agent Amy Hess who left Louisville to work in Washington. I do study shows men still aren't getting the message when it comes to protecting themselves from skin cancer. The researchers say skin cancer deaths. Among men have soared in wealthy nations, while mortality rates among women are rising more slowly or even declining in some places bleed author Dorothy Yang of London's Royal free hospital. There is some evidence from several studies that suggest that men possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do more than ninety percent of melanoma cancers are caused by overexposure to the sun making it one of the most preventable of cancers. Something more men need to take on board. That's Vicki Barker reporting and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady holds a new record. He's the first quarterback in the NFL to gain more than eighty thousand yards in a career the milestone came during a thirty one seventeen win over the Packers Sunday in Foxborough. He ended the day with a total of eighty thousand seventy four yards. Your next news update at ten thirty. I'm Paul miles. Newsradio eight forty W. H E, Kentucky, Anna's breaking news, weather, and traffic station. One thousand dollars..

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"amy hess" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"amy hess" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Kentucky Anna's. Breaking news weather and traffic station NewsRadio eight forty w.. H. AS Louisville an. Iheartradio station From ABC news Michelle Franzen, former CIA, director John Brennan vowing to fight back after being stripped of his security clearance by President Trump dozens of the nation's, former intelligence chiefs and members of the CIA both, democrat and Republican or now criticizing that move, in two letters. The president hinting another official could. Lose his ABC's Tara Palmeri has more President Trump seemingly eager to pull more security clearances from current or former officials who have either been critical of him or involved in the Russia collusion investigation his, potential next target a Justice, department official Bruce or whose wife Nellie or worked for. A fusion GPS when the Clinton campaign hired the firm to compile the so-called Steele dossier on Trump's alleged, connections with Russia former United Nations Security General Kofi Annan has died during a decade as you n. chief and drew both praise and criticism of the year. Of nine eleven he was awarded the Nobel peace prize announced tenure as the world's top diplomat also Incited with the Iraq war and the aids pandemic serving from nineteen ninety seven to two thousand six he clashed, at times with the Bush administration criticizing the forty, second president and his outgoing speech departing the, UN Security Council. Is not just another stage on. Which to act out national interest originally from Ghana he'd been living in the Swiss city of Geneva where he died Jillian McFarland ABC news at the foreign desk in London the United Nations announcing they, will lower flags to half, staff for three days jurors in the Paul Manafort Bank. And tax fraud trial or taking the weekend off Earlier Friday President Trump expressed support for his former campaign, chairman calling him a very good person manafort's lawyer Kevin downing thanked the president is the court adjourned saying they were happy to hear from him the jury. Has spent fifteen hours deliberating so far ABC's alley Rogan you're listening to ABC news This is NewsRadio eight forty wage. AS your news now good morning I'm Jerry, bloom NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. us a Louisville. Metro police officer suffered minor injuries after a crash in downtown Louisville the accident happened last night at the. Intersection of ROY Wilkins avenue and Broadway at around ten pm officials, say both drivers suffered minor injuries they were treated at, the scene the FBI's top leader in Kentucky says she worries the agency's ability to carry out its mission could be hurt by any decline in public approval Amy Hess is, a special agent in charge of the FBI in, Kentucky she told reporters yesterday she. Hasn't seen, any, impact. Yet but acknowledges a lot has happened nationally over the two year period I'm Jerry. Bloom our next news update at eleven.

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