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Biden, Dems Stay Silent About Attempted Assassination of Kavanaugh
"And I pointed out on Hannity last night and I'm pointing out again This president hasn't said a thing about it He has an issue to statement It reminds me of the summer 2020 The arson the larceny the burglary The killings They rewritten history but he said nothing for the longest time They had to pull his false teeth to finally say something Very passive short statement that he issued He didn't come to the defense of the cops and Law & Order The president of the United States and the vice president of the United States have not set a thing The Speaker of the House the third in line is sitting on a bill that would protect the justices They've all gone on For the week The media in this country is pointed out by news busters It's pointed out by legal insurrection It's pointed out by many people Have no interest In the assassination plot against a Supreme Court Justice none
Where Is the Democrat Party Blueprint?
"I've asked where is the Democrat party blueprint Where can we read it They want to create a society in lieu of our constitutional republic Well can we read their proposed constitution But they can't provide it Oh they have proposals and agendas and but they can't provide it And if they did provide it would be meaningless Because of this permanent constant counter revolution that they are involved That's why they're always angry That's why they're always protesting and that's why they are always violent Violent propaganda and rhetoric I've been thinking about the riots of 2020 Why do the press keep calling violence Arson Burglary Assault and battery even murder mostly peaceful Why Because in many respects they were behind it I don't mean they organized it But they provided the megaphone For the violence and the rioting and the world on the cops and the world on the civil society And so did the Democrat party
Man Gets 10 Years for Fatal Pawn Shop Fire During Minneapolis Riots
"Knows all about social justice rioting and destruction. A man listen to this, a man who set a deadly fire in a Minneapolis pawn shop during the George Floyd riots was sentenced to just ten years after a federal after federal prosecutors invoked Martin Luther King Jr. and asked the judge to show leniency montez Terrell Lee 26 years old, pleaded guilty to a single count of arson, he admitted he burned down the max it pawn shop, the May 28th, 2020, the same night rioters shut the Minneapolis third precinct building on fire following Floyd's death at the hands of shins convicted police officer, Derek Chauvin. There was a guy was killed. In the pawn shop, two months after the fire, the charred remains of 30 year old Oscar Lee Stewart were found in the rubble.
California Democrats Choose to Be Soft on Crime
"And lot. a Democrat lawmaker here in the state of California. Has introduced a bill that would reverse proposition 47. A proposition that was passed in 2014 reduced shoplifting charges regarding theft of 950 bucks or less from a felony to misdemeanor. And by the way, you can have three grams of meth, and that's just a misdemeanor not a felony. And LA county sheriff Alex being nueva has told us on this program that it took the stick away from him. You got a bunch of homeless people, some of them doing meth, no longer can you say, get off the streets? Are you going to jail, get off the streets to go into rehab? Are you going to jail? And now the attic says, or what? Because you can't do anything to them. That's also part of proposition 47 does not talk about very much. Anyway, this lawmaker has now done a one 80 on proposition 47. And hopefully more and more people in California will eventually do a one 80 on governor Gavin Newsom. So by the time he's up for reelection in November, may be just maybe the outcome will be somewhat different. I'm not gonna hold my breath because as you know, this state is outnumbered. Three to one Democrats and independents who vote Democrat compared to Republicans, and both houses of our legislature, the Senate and the assembly. Have not majority of Democrats, they've got super majorities of Democrats, and they pass one brain dead Bill after another after another, and to port one brain dead proposition after another like proposition 47. And one we haven't talked about that much politician 57, which had reduced a whole bunch of felonies to nonviolent offenses, including attack on a police officer, Syria arson, rape of an intoxicated victim. I kid you not. And felony domestic homicide are now are now perceived to be nonviolent.
As NYC Crime Surges, Police Focus Attention on 9-Year-Old Girl Without Vaccine Card
"City, let me tell you what's going on in New York City right now. Every category of serious crimes, according to New York Post, in the city is on the rise so far this year, with police data showing an increase of 35% in a total increase in crime compared to the same time in 2021. Jessica Seymour, from inwood, Manhattan says, quote, I don't go anytime after dark right now, not safe. All my friends in New York are leaving. Or they are. They stay at home when it becomes night. A guy got stabbed and another guy shot right outside my son's window, said Seymour, whose boy is 7. We have two schools here, and this happens right here. My block has police on it all the time. There are shootings that are drug dealers on our corner right now. The fear is real, crimes are up. So what is the police force of New York City wasting their time doing? What is the focus of the New York police department that of course has our eternal respect after what happened with 9 11, but they've turned into an American version and I do not use this lightly of the Stasi. Play the tape, I'm going to narrate it. So here you have right here at a museum in New York City. That is a 9 year old girl. Now, I'm not trying to racialize this. Her name is jaila. I think she is a black girl. Is that right? So this is a black girl being escorted right there by two masked New York City police department, police officers, all the while crimes, murders, arsons, rapes, sexual assaults, are up, these two police officers are effectively arresting a 9 year old girl. Why? Because she did not have her vaccine papers at a museum. These two police officers now continue and bring the 9 year old girl into a squad car and put her in like she's El Chapo or Eric Rudolph or Ted Kaczynski the uniform. You know, forget the fact that gang activity is up and robbery and murders are up. This is a young black girl that has been put into a police department car and escorted up. Where is Black Lives Matter exactly? Protesting this? Now, what's her crime? Her crime is not being
Brazen Looting Takes Place at NYC Clothing Store -- Are Progressive Policies to Blame?
"Stop. Let me share a personal story about coming to New York City a week or so ago. After I've got rid of COVID and finish through that and a couple of days after Christmas came to New York, a friend of mine was telling me a New York story. He was up by Union Square and witnessed 7 guys running out of a clothing store called Roth's rothman's men's clothing. On Union Square. Big men's clothing store here in New York City. And 7 guys, he counted them, running out of the store, bursting out of the store with their arms loaded with jeans and shirts and coats. They just ransacked the place, broad daylight, middle of the day, probably thousands and thousands of dollars worth of merchandise. And people just look at them. And they ran down the street and got away, presumably. Larry elder. My friend and colleague was talking to Pete hegseth. This past Thursday on Fox News. Because these crimes were seen all over America. Are directly and deliberately a result of progressive policies in cities like New York. Los Angeles, Chicago. Listen to the way Larry laid this out with Pete hegseth on Fox News. And you have laws out here in California like proposition 57 that have reclassified all sorts of groups of crimes as nonviolent and they include but are not limited to serial arson, nonviolent crime, assault on the police officer, nonviolent crime, aggravated assault, nonviolent crime, domestic felony battery, nonviolent crime, rape of an intoxicated victim, nonviolent crime, as a result, people are not being held for the time. They ought to be held and they're out in the streets when they are not be out in the streets. And as usual, the sage is right. He's absolutely right. But that's why people are ransacking stores and committing crimes and not being held accountable.
Why Is Congressman Mark Garcia Against Diversion Program for Juveniles?
"So if juveniles commit felonies like burglary, assault, vehicle theft robbery grant theft, sexual battery arson, you name it, they can bypass being charged and go straight into some other program. This is causing a big problem in Los Angeles where we are already seeing a surge. Really, crime rate skyrocketing around here. Yes, absolutely. And really, this is a continuation of this guy who is effectively working for the bad guys, giving hope to the criminals rather than protecting the law abiding citizens in our county, gascon, you've heard before, he's like the penguin from Gotham City. He's out there to do harm to our city. And he's absolutely making the biggest difference in our county that we've ever seen from a DA in the most negative way. So this new policy and when they say diversion, they're using that in the term in the sense of diverting not as in a good time. But literally diverting juveniles through our out of a system and then into a rehab program without any accountability. And what this would effectively do is allow a juvenile for instance to hold you at night point steel your stuff threatened to kill you and while they're robbing you using a weapon, they would get arrested, put into this diversion program, rehabilitated without ever seeing the inside of a courtroom without having charges levied against them. Literally a violation of the constitution, both amendments, 5 and 6, where we actually hold people accountable and again, this is just a continuation of a bad actor in the form of gascon who is literally not charging criminals for crimes. These aren't petty theft. These aren't low level misdemeanors. These are felonies and any other state any other county and these folks are going to be let free.
Tucker Carlson Calls Fox News Tree Fire an 'Attack on Christianity'
"What I believe is an attack on Christianity, but when Christianity is attacked, the left doesn't mind. In fact, they were all laughing about the Fox News, the all American Christmas tree burned to the ground. Listen to Tucker's really smart analysis last night on Fox News. A Christmas tree is a symbol. It's a symbol of a specific culture. It's a symbol of a much loved tradition that is hundreds of years old. But above all, it's a symbol of a religion. In this case, the world's largest religion. Torching Christmas trees is an attack on Christianity, obviously. It's an assault on religious observance. By current standards, destroying someone's religious symbol would be called a hate crime. That's a category much beloved and meticulously chronicled by the Biden Justice Department. The DoJ can tell you precisely how many qurans were burned last year in the United States. But they don't keep track of Christmas trees. Why is that? Well, because they could care less. Christopher wray isn't dispatching a team of FBI agents to get to the bottom of Christmas arson, Merrick Garland is not going to issue a press release about it. Trust us. I guarantee you they know exactly how many qurans were burned. If you burn a Quran, you'd be charged with a hate crime and you'd go to jail. If you burned down a half a $1 million Christmas tree at Fox News at News Corp. headquarters on 6th avenue, you don't go to jail. The guy was released. The arsonist
Americans Are Finally Fed Up With Progressive Policies
"Look at all the pushback that Biden is getting on this unconstitutional vaccine mandate. Look at the awareness that people now have to progressive policies that are letting bad people roam the streets. Heck, the guy that burned down the Fox News channels all American Christmas tree didn't go to jail. They couldn't hold him because of New York's progressive bail reform rules. If you burn down property then in this case, was valued at a half a $1 million, $500,000 of damage that guy did. Under New York's progressive bail reform laws, if the arson doesn't involve targeting a live person, you can't be held in jail. It's such it's so stupid stupendous to see the way Americans are looking at these policies and recognizing their failed policies. We got inflation. We've got illegal immigrant immigrants pouring across the border. You've got crime in the streets. You got people burning down Christmas trees. Christmas trees. As I heard last night on Tucker Carlson show, this isn't just Fox News. This is happening all over the place.
Giant Christmas tree outside Fox News headquarters set afire
"The the giant giant Christmas Christmas tree tree outside outside the the fox fox news news headquarters headquarters was was set set on on fire fire a a man's man's been been charged charged with with arson arson after after the the fifty fifty foot foot Christmas Christmas tree tree in in front front of of the the fox fox news news headquarters headquarters in in Manhattan Manhattan went went up up in in flames flames firefighters firefighters extinguished extinguished the the flames flames no no injuries injuries reported reported under under arrest arrest a a homeless homeless man man forty forty nine nine years years old old fox fox calls calls it it a a deliberate deliberate and and brazen brazen act act of of cowardice cowardice fox fox news news media media CEO CEO Suzanne Suzanne Scott Scott told told staffers staffers in in a a memo memo they'll they'll install install a a new new tree tree as as a a message message she she said said that that there there can can be be peace peace light light and and joy joy even even during during a a dark dark moment moment like like this this I I read read a a folly folly
Fox News Media Will Rebuild All-American Christmas Tree, Says CEO Suzanne Scott
"Cut 8. Here's who's Ann Scott. She's the CEO, I think. I don't know her official title, but she's like, she like runs the show, I believe she's CEO of Fox News channel. Here was her statement as covered by Fox News channel after an arsonist burned the Fox News Christmas tree overnight down. Statement Fox media president Suzanne Scott this morning called this a malicious arson attack, saying, quote, we will not let this deliberate and brazen act of cowardice deterrence. We are in the process of rebuilding and installing a new tree as a message that there can be peace, light, and even joy during a dark moment like this. Amen, I sure
Debunking the Case Against Kyle Rittenhouse With Jack Posobiec
"With us as a friend of mine and I think you could call him the resident Catholic contributor. He's a godly man. He's patriotic courageous. You know him as Jack pass sobic from human events daily brought to you by turning point USA. Jack, there's a lot I want to talk to you about. Good to see you. And but let's start with kind of how your honorable fixation has honestly made me more interested and let's say fixated on the Kyle rittenhouse story. A lot of our listeners don't have a lot of they're not really aware of what's happening. This is not being covered as much as the Floyd saga. Let's start from the beginning. What happened? Who is Kyle rittenhouse? What is he charged with? Just start from the beginning and then we'll work through the current. Yeah, sure, no, thanks, Charlie, and appreciate the intro there. So what happened with Kyle rittenhouse? You have to go back to the summer of rage of 2020. Florida palus. Right. That was exactly. That was peppered throughout with these ubiquitous protests during the day and then riots looting arson at night. And in one of the cities, actually a small city called Kenosha, Wisconsin about an hour north of Chicago about an hour south of Milwaukee right in between. Following the police shooting of a criminal named Jacob Blake, who charged a police officer with an extended knife. There were multiple nights of rioting, looting and arson, the descendant upon this town from people who, by the way, mostly, were not actually from Kenosha Wisconsin. They were again, as I mentioned from Milwaukee and Chicago. This is in between them. And so on night three of this, you've got people that are scared out of their minds in the community. You've got people and we heard this in jury selection that were going into the local churches with their families to say, maybe if we go in here, we'll be safe because hopefully they won't attack a church. That's how bad it got in the village of Kenosha that night by night three. So Kyle rittenhouse was at the time 17 years old. He was about 15 minutes away, drove in with his friend and some others who had been asked to be there. To help protect the town, Kyle worked as a lifeguard in Kenosha. He had also been around there earlier that day, scrubbing off graffiti from the walls, right? By all intents and purposes we know that this is a guy who was there who cares about his hometown of use this as his hometown and wants to do the right thing doesn't like to see these roving bands of marauders coming through this. Well, as the night continues, the Nike continues Kyle's there. He's trying to offer medical aid to people on both sides, by the way, running around saying, does anyone need medical? Does anyone need this? He does have an AR-15 style rifle in order to defend himself. But for the most part of the night, he's not carrying that is kind of strapped on, but he's carrying a fire extinguisher to help put out fires at this car lot, as car dealership that has been attacked by these arsonists. So at one point, he hears about a car lot that's going off. This is a business that is multiple lots around town. So he's running to go put out the fire while carrying a fire extinguisher. Multiple members of this mob see him target him and begin chasing him through the street and then through the parking lot and at one point we just saw an HD footage today for the very first time. One of the assailants actually reaches for his gun after cornering tile in between a group of parked cars and at that point Kyle take steps to defend himself.
Who Is Curtis Sliwa? A Look at the GOP Mayoral Candidate’s Wild Ride in New York
"I grew up in New York City. I was born in Queens. I was in there into the 70s. We got out in the 70s, moved up the Danbury, Connecticut because the crime, the deterioration was unbelievable and we watched the New York news every night. It was unbelievable. We had mayor beam. We had it was just like a nightmare. And into this nightmare, steps a young guy named Curtis Lee tell the story Curtis. It was a night manager at McDonald's in The Bronx. The Bronx was burning down at the time and in the 70s alone a million people fled from New York City. The biggest exit is a population ever. And rightfully so, gangs arson property values plummeting quality of life dismal. So I decided, hey, you know, something they've removed the transit police from the subways at night because we were on the brink of a fiscal collapse. So they were laying off a lot of civil servants. I said, oh, I'll start patrolling with a group of my closes at that McDonald's. We will call the burger boys. And we started to patrol this one particularly train the number four train, which had been nicknamed by the right as the muggers expressed. I thought I get the congressional Medal of Honor. Eric, I couldn't have been more hopelessly wrong. The mayor at that time, Ed Koch vilified us, called us vigilante, said we were the hell's angels. The police unions were upset. They didn't want us there, because they figured their furloughed employees would never be brought back. And so within the first 13 years until Rudy Giuliani got elected mayor. I got arrested 76 times. I got wooden shampoos, concrete facials, attitude, no readjustments. It was whenever you elected or in a changed all that. I always gotta stop you because nobody knows what you just said. And it's the funniest stuff I've ever heard. You said you got wooden shampoos. You're talking about Billy clubs across the head from cops. Yes. Yes. And then concrete facials where the cop would say, Curtis, you see the curb down there as I was handcuffed. I said, yes, Sarge. And then you go, good. We're gonna have your forehead meet the curb bang. And you get a big lump in the front of your
Navy probe finds major failures in fire that destroyed ship
"A report by the navy finds major failures in a fire that destroyed a ship the report calls the fire preventable and unacceptable an arson fire last year in San Diego burned for five days and destroyed the USS bond home regard sustained damage of the four masters collapse and the ship is listing the report obtained by the AP at least three dozen officers and sailors whose failings either directly led to the ships lost or contributed to it the report says an act of arson started the fire but the ship was lost because of an inability to extinguish the fire the report describes a ship in disarray it spreads blame across a wide range of ranks and responsibilities including the now retired three star admiral who headed naval surface force Pacific Fleet Vice
Suspected arson wildfire forces evacuations in California
"Thousands of people in northern California are under evacuation orders and a woman is charged with setting a fire that chase them from their homes fire officials say at least four thousand people in the Shasta county community of mountain gate north of Redding had to flee and a number of homes have already burned the flames erupted Wednesday when a woman emerged from the brush with a lighter in her pocket near a quarry workers reported seeing thirty year old Alexandra super Neva acting strangely before she approached by our fighters and ask them for medical help the Shasta county district attorney says the woman's being charged with felony arson to wildland and is being investigated in connection with other fire sat in the county and other parts of the state I'm Jackie Quinn
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"arson" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"So my friends at lemmon media have a new podcast. I'm excited to tell you about called. I'm sorry i'm sorry is all about apologies. And how they play out in the court of public opinion. It's hosted by comedians muhannad el-sheikhi ohio lopez and kiki monique each week. This show on facts. The latest and greatest in twitter gaffes petty beef and not so subtle. Schade forgive forget or cancel checkout. I'm sorry to explore the latest. In celebrity apologies help guests in listeners. Get their own redemption and say sorry stars. Who never got the apology. They deserved hash. Tag free brittany. I'm sorry premieres. August twenty seventh. Wherever you get your podcasts. Frank carson was a criminal defense attorney who spent years accusing police and prosecutors of corruption. Then they charged him with murder. I'm christopher gothard writer and host of the la times. podcasts dirty. John and detective trap. I'm inviting you to follow and listen to my new podcast. That trials of frank carson. This eight episodes series is a story of power politics and the law. In california's central valley new episodes of the trials of frank carson are available to find them search for the trials of frank carson. Wherever you get your podcasts thank you. There are many symbols of los angeles that are known worldwide but one of the more unsung ones the l. a. public library. It's made cameos. In tv and film hold hundreds of events now all of them literary every year and hosted nearly eleven million visitors in two thousand nineteen alone all of this has reflected a city perpetually in change a city that goes on to influence the rest of the country even something as seemingly boring as a library to talk about this influence and legacy is pat. Morrison my fellow gloomy here at la times. She's also the host of la times. Podcast it was simple. The betty broderick murders pat. Welcome to the times gustavo. What a pleasure. You're angelina pure impure straightforward. Have you seen elliot's libraries evolving your lifetime. Well the city fathers of the last century actually two centuries ago now. The nineteenth century decided that. If we're going to be a big classy city we had to have a library now. It didn't start out like much but the need for a library grew and so we began to identify ourselves as a literate city. And so what happened to the library. Years later was in a sense. A challenge to our own sense of identity as angelenos these days l. a. p. l. is also creating viral moments like the most recent one you know we we mentioned. amanda gorman. The poet who read joe biden's inauguration. Recently the linda. Linda team punk band had a rousing performance at the l. a. public library cypress park brand. Is this kind of thing that libraries need to do now to remain relevant. I think they have to do it. And i think the l. a. public libraries setting an example in a city where we don't have a lot of public spaces where we don't have a lot of gathering spaces. Library is a natural starting point and reaching out with music reaching out with anything. You might wanna public space to provide a safe. Space to provide is seven in los angeles has been yearning for and looking for for years in. The library has stepped into that role in a big way and everyone of course has their branch. Library has her favourite library but at the end all roads lead to the central library ad described the central library especially for folks who are not from southern california. The central library in the heart of downtown los angeles is a kind of weird looking almost egyptian looking building that was designed by a man named bertram goodhew who also designed his other claim to fame. Dha legislature in nebraska. There's your jeopardy question if you're looking for a half so you have this library with its gold mosaic Pyramid at the top symbolizing. The knowledge that you would find in the building below. I get excited just talking about it. Now y'all this mishmash of styles vary l. a. And in its own way and the central library got worldwide attention unfortunately in one thousand nine hundred six with epoch fire that burned at least four hundred thousand books and really damage the building and that actually sparked a lot of worldwide goodwill specially telethon that was hosted by the legendary televangelists. Dr jean scott. How important do you think was that disaster to change. People's mindsets of what los angeles actually is inner journey. Mitchell told us you don't know what you got to look on and that's pretty much. What happened with the library and library. Fire was that fire in april nineteen six arson fire and gustavo. I've covered so many horrible stories. This is the only story. I remember crying while i was covering it standing across the street looking at the library burn. I still get chills thinking about the fact that it was an arson fire wasn't an accidental fire. Someone would burn a library and embedded in our history. We know that burning libraries. It's like burning your culture. It happened in alexandria with the library. There it happened in world war one when the germans burned the library louvre. We take it personally. And that's what happened with los angeles we do. We really want to be the kind of city that sees its library burning and says man. We can just move on from here. The city rose to the challenge raised money. This was something that people could physically volunteer to out and they did. It was truly remarkable. How do you think it changed. L. a.'s conception of itself. I think it showed los angeles that the city does matter to us that our sense of identity is invested in parts of the physical city. At least and that we as angelenos can do something individually little kids donated money. Corporate leaders stepped in and said we're going to help out as well. And i think that made a difference because you saw your neighbor saying i want to do something about.
The Federal Government Abuses Its Power With Mandates
"Mandates. The federal government. The federal government has demonstrated time and again that it abuses its power. When he goes off. The constitutional limits. It abuses its power. We also see that it uses its its power. In ways that advantage certain people and certain political entities versus others. We see it every day. January six versus the entire summer of violence, rioting, looting, arson and maiming. So people don't trust the federal government and they don't trust the media. They don't trust broadcast companies. They don't trust them. If the federal government And its surrogates and mouthpieces had a record. Of even handedness of accuracy. Maybe we wouldn't be in this situation. Russia collusion goes on for three years. Three years. And the other The other arguments that the That the Democrat Party the media make Then when you look at the conduct of government over the course of the last 12 to 18 months Whether it's governors. Whether it's mayors. Weather is so called experts like Fauci, whose flailing around One excuse after another. People are very skeptical. About these so called experts in these demands. Many have lost their jobs. Many have lost their businesses. Many were told they couldn't go to church, a Supreme Court decision more than once the court had to step in to prevent Gavin Newsom from shutting down
Just Like the Loudoun County Parents, We Have to Fight the Radical Left
"For trespass? Trespass. They're not even arrested for looting and arson. An assault and battery. You do not treat patriotic, taxpaying parents and taxpayers like this. They did nothing wrong. They're not sitting in church pews. They have a school board in front of them that are trying to destroy the classrooms in which they're forced, forced to send their Children. In which they're forced to pay the teacher. Unbelievable. An embarrassment. I'm embarrassed. I'm also saddened. Loudon County is one of 15 or 17,000 School District. This is happening in almost all of them. So this won't be enough. Happening throughout our government. We have some courageous governors who are standing up. Not many. Do you understand? By my speaking like this and writing a book called American Marxists. I'm now considered controversial. I'm controversial. Bernie Sanders isn't controversial Tell it's not controversial. AOC is not controversial. Louis Farrakhan is not controversial. How sharp does not God know I'm controversial. And I'm gonna tell you something else. If we fight a war, it's going to be amazing that we win.
Israel Responds To "Arson Balloons" With Airstrikes on Gaza
"Started up again in the gaza strip this morning for the first time. Since the end of last month's fighting it all started when the new israeli government allowed a far-right jewish march to pass through palestinian areas of jerusalem in response the palestinian militant group hamas sent arsim balloons into southern israel. They sparked several fires so israel's military says it then launched airstrikes in the gaza strip. Those strikes reportedly struck military compounds. palestinian news reports. Say one of the strike's did cause damage but so far there are no reports of any deaths still. It's concerning for a lot of people in the region since gaza has just barely begun to recover from last month's fighting that's when the united nations says at least two hundred. Fifty palestinians and thirteen israelis were killed and more than sixteen thousand homes in gaza. Were damaged now. This latest violence comes just three days into the new israeli government. Remember israeli prime minister bennett was just sworn into office on sunday. And he's reportedly under tremendous pressure from his party be tough on hamas however the u. n. is asking all sides to avoid any actions that might lead to more
"arson" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird
"That's great better than you did. A great job. This is a super fascinating case. I'm so happy you covered it. I know i wanted the more and more got into it. And i was just like what the hell the he did. A lot of very strange things. Like i didn't even cover half the strange things he did. That didn't involve arson. He just was very strange. Sounds like it who. I'm excited to read this book. Me too okay. Well i guess that wraps up our arsons for the day. I definitely think we should do more arsons in the future and by do more i mean talk about them not commit arson also. It's a bit unfortunate your story just in that. I wanted to end this by saying happy veterans day and now i feel like It's a weird story to tell before me saying happy veterans day but veterans day to all the vets out there. Thank you for your service. We we endlessly appreciate you and the sacrifices that you've made for our country i personally. My mom is a veteran. So veterans day and veterans are near and dear to my heart. My husband is a veteran. So i'll do my part to celebrate him later tonight for your country. It's for your country madam but it. Yes happy veterans day. Thank you for your service. We could say enough. Thank yous i. I think one thing that we could take away is men and women do look nice in uniform that's the takeaway that's taken away all right well on that. No love yourself. Lock your doors and might some sage cheers cheers to that. Thank you so much for listening. Thanks for.
"arson" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird
"And he would steal that stuff and then he would put together an entire uniform and then walk around. His apartment in the uniform stolen valor. Well it's very buffalo bill from silence of the lambs ups like except for not a skin suit just an actual suit just an actual suit. But it was just like he would do stuff around the house in this uniform. Which i think is just so i mean. It's not that strange. If you're like benign if you're not a insane arsonists you know like you have like the nurse fetish and you have the uniform fetish or whatever but this guy is just. It's weird when it's him doing and it's just another level of just like another layer to his. Yes is bizarre behavior. Yeah yeah it's just it's just where he would also not only would he still stuff from the cars but he would set them on fire. If a if a marine he found attractive left the vehicle there he would set on fire so going off a hunch the task force check surveillance surveillance cameras and they captured sweat driving to and from the arson scenes the marine office he even burned down a recruit meant office once the entire office so they interviewed him. They got his dna He hat knowing here is what's interesting. Okay so he at same with the pillow arsonist or believe. His last name was who was Pretty much he's probably the most infamous arsonist. I think everybody would kind of know. He was the firefighter who would set fires using a pillow. He wrote a manifesto. And that's how they kind of tied him to all the arsons. Beyond circumstantial evidence will sweat also wrote He called it a fire diary or an arson diary and he After he was brought to brought in for questioning and they took his dna he went home and destroyed that fire journal. So how do they know that he had it. He admitted to it later. He yeah so a few days later. The dna came back. I wish they still have that that. That was my point. Is i wish they still had that. Because there will be some sick shit in there. I know it which is fascinating to me. Because i guess at the end of the dan and people can learn so much from that kind of shit to help them catch future arsonists so he Eventually confessed he confessed to close to four hundred fires. He confessed to The murder of.
"arson" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird
"To and according to his story He also claimed that they would light the fire and then run away and never stay and watch it burn which i also found interesting So charlie pleaded guilty to sixty seven counts of arson and one count of conspiracy to commit arson. Now let's get to tanya side of the story okay so tanya had a completely different version of events. She claimed that she didn't know anything about the arsons until the night that they got arrested. O k so everything that charlie said. She denies right okay. I don't know continue. She claimed that on the night that they got arrested. They a walmart had gotten into kind of typical. Like bullshit. couples fight and on the way back. Charlie asked if she would let him out so he could walk for a little bit. She did let them out and then a few minutes later she swung back around picked them up and then the next thing they knew. Boom they were arrested Interesting okay well. Not sure that i believe tanya so their stories are so different and i just feel like the truth is somewhere in the middle. I would just thinking okay. It's probably a little bit of charlie in a little bit. Tiny i mean. Tania's philip is so so like. She claimed whenever he'd be gone at night that he said he was working and she normal thought that he might be having an affair because he wasn't making more money but he was working extra and he claimed that they would be out together at night and then they would like the fires and then the fire somehow helped their relationship so much the point that he could finally have sex with her again after not being able to for so long. I think they were both in on it. Well you're not the only one. Initially after their arrests. Tanya and charlie remained in contact they would write each other little notes and like hide them in jail yard or whatever and find them. It was kind of cute but soon tanya became aware of the story that charlie had told police like tanya did not realize it. I that charlie had totally implicated her in the fires. She still wanted to marry charlie when they first got arrested once. Tanya found out that charlie had claimed that the fires had in fact been pretty much. All tanya's idea.
"arson" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird
"Abandoned forgotten. Houses were at the center of everyone's attention. Whoa shit that's a. That's a lot in a short amount of time. Yeah this was the beginning but just five months later. That number would jump to seventy six arsons. Oh my goodness virginia. State police sent special agents to examine the properties. Because this was a small community they didn't have like a fire arson task force basically in the state. Police Stepped in Months past and things kept burning. Houses shacks cabins. Billboards piles of tires. What the you but why. These places weren't insured. They were vacant appropriate. It's not profit arson. No and it wasn't what was the revenge. Because it was all different properties in a lot of them not even owned by anybody right. How dare you stuck tires. The tire guy was pissed. It's all about the tire guy. The police set up a twenty five thousand dollar reward. A group of community members put up cameras and started their own task. Force a list of houses that needed to be watched was compiled so that people knew like these houses are on our watch list because it was primarily despite the the pile of tires and a billboard or two was primarily abandoned houses. Yeah okay luckily. Almost all of the artisans did take place in empty houses where no one would get hurt There was one exception however oh a single father dropped his daughter's off at their mom's house he was gone for a mere twenty five minutes and when he returned someone had stuffed a burning rag under the citing on his house. What the fuck. Fortunately it was spotted and no one was hurt but he pretty much felt that he was obviously being watched because he wasn't gone that long Another time someone. Detached garage was burned. Bud the arsonists had let the chickens out of their coop before he started the fire. Okay thoughtful arsonist not the worst kind of arsonist about fulmer est when it comes to chickens not single dads clearly. The county was buzzing with theories on who. It could be a commentator on the article that i read. I always like to read. The comments at the bottom of there are any. It's so fascinating so commenter on the article. Who actually lived there. Said one favourite conspiracy theory was that it was a real estate developer like burning out property so that they could get him at a steel and i can just imagine like all the small town gossip about who they thought it was and.
"arson" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"Boston. From Cambridge. And they they would light twentieth thirty dumpsters in a row. They just go right down the back alley in a vehicle and just throw a device into a dumpster and they were laid off one after the hour. But what they were trying to do dave was to get. The media attention and public crying out screaming for more help from the police and fire. That's the goal was in say wasn't financial burden. Not at all. Law. They wish it a Robin Hood. Healing from the rich give to the poor. which enough fires it'll help other firefighters get back on a job. Coach because they need more firefighters to do with. FIS. At right they jagger. Show. The dumpsters didn't get the reaction they wanted. So they started with buildings and the city of Boston back at that time today, you can you can hardly find a vacant building in the city of Boston everything is better. In urban renewal and there's no vacant lots and there's no bill you know everything that's been brought up to all codes. Amazing. But back in nineteen eighty, two, accept the first by February, seventeen, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two. And they chose. What we call three deckers triple deckers. A three family home next one over the other three. Roy. All which structures. And on the outside of the structures, we had a unique. Exterior siding. Yes shingles they call it was a nickname asphalt you know. Roof. But yeah that that that gives out some terrible black smoke smoke everywhere and obviously you can't breathe and that stuff belongs survey. What is they cited Buildings Way to? Go if you just put a match to it, you could actually get a fire though. They had a little. They had a time delay device that they would you take a walk down the street with the Brown paper bag within senator inside the bag and place it on the outside and a lot of times when on the inside and placed it on a corner or something like that Lau. Trashing these old abandoned building, they chose the building initially for firefighters wouldn't get hurt and civilians wouldn't be there. They started setting February. Next year up in March April May. Throughout the summer, they were setting twenty four fires in a mind on. June eleventh nineteen, eighty two. Multiple on fire. Saturday to nine alarm fires. In one nine, nine eleventh highest. You can go before a general call up. So nine alarm fire is a huge fire Boston. Now has nine eleven fire once a year. Two to one night because of these guys setting fires Y-. Altogether. That night were twelve. Fires in city bars and eleven eleven set by these guys. Someone with the sudden jumping in fires I mean obviously maybe initiative first few there might not really So catch on but then I still think well, something's going on Oh did it take a wall? Well. That arsenal task force that we had. started the week a much. So into that mall by coincidence, we started the awesome task force only two weeks after they said the despite. Rancho. When he's fire started gearing up, we didn't know something was going on. You know when you have six hundred firefighters who lost jobs. Union people hate the state of the Union guys could have been involved too but we didn't try. That's not what happened but we at time one of the things with. That was possible. But you know we ended up with like in suspects in one day, and then you take a couple off the list and the love with another couple. So every day who have eighteen new suspects different suspects to look at and you know each day you have to investigate as a single. And Takes time. You. Know. You, have to look at the owners you have to look at disgruntled employees. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. A lot of work involved this Ri- my time fire regulation will fight in a dinner inspection side of sympathy investigators. You will work as one team to to look at especially when it's a huge fire is while caused and. By June they started hitting commercial buildings June. Third Nineteen, eighty two. Warehouse that was one thousand feet long. Beep. Yeah I definitely would have put fi is At, risk. Their. Thirty three got hurt. Nobody died thirty million. That brought in ATF in full force. We actually have a national response team There's actually four teams in the country that respond any place within twenty four hours to against. And for the very first time, the NRT came to Boston. And you have twelve extra specialized agents who team up with locals. And you work fire scene and go out and do interviews in force? You know you really saturate the area and go out into the interviews and try to make the case while we determined it was an arson within one day. But then we got you know. The week after we got. eleven in one night and then weeks after that we got eight in the night you you get straight out fizzy. So we started doing surveillance in the city of Boston Roy. One of these guys remember members the Boston Cop and one is a Boston firefighter so they get inside information as to. investigations going up. Yeah. Yeah. So they would Russian the cops similar. Yes. That's right and some of the firefighters yeah. While he worked, he worked headquarters to they were the area. So. But. These guys started going to towns all around outside of Boston. They ended up going to five counties to about thirty to forty miles away sending fires. They went to a city one night set for multiple on fire in the city that never has fires virtually. Just to sort of mess with US mess with. Investigation, and you know some when they got to those.
"arson" Discussed on Pantheon
"Publications who look directly at spotify specifically to see how you know abandoned doing spotify and that can affect you know if someone sees the demand slowing on spotify getting a ton of streams, we may get a bigger. It will spot. You know they may give more money to play there. We may get a better slot on a tour but you know as far as as directly supporting and artist in a financial sense You know it's time for everyone right now, but if people are able to. preorder album huge That's right I'm you know we have a link on pretty much all our social media? That will give you options to do all those things and hitting the preorder button going to merge now by some of those. Those stickers even like you're mentioning, you know it is a big help every little bit of it. Yeah, and that's a limited run correct unlike a another vinyl I think is limited the. the the MERCH We're not sure I mean every everything has a everything has a limit, but yeah, not not as exclusive the vinyl there, but then all took p. People can just. Share the stuff when it comes out. yeah, I have Can't really get a whole lot away, but unbreakable won't be the only single before the album drops, and so when you see more stuff from us if you can, you can share if you listen to it and you know that there is somebody that you know who might like it at. That's one thing that we really seem the unbreakable videos. The amount of people on the comments and just tagged a friend and said man I really think so and so would like this. Even if you don't like it just. Blew comments like. Over the. We legit. Have people just say like hey? I'm not I'm not really into that, but I think I have a friend who will tag their bread Mike well. One Guy. Tagged his friend and said. Is this the kind of music that you like? It's a little soft It's okay. Reminds me of my wife, said just the other day I was I was listening to a few of your tracks in. Alien. My wife's name is Leeann. I was like hey, check, check this band out there. Awesome and she was her main comment was like. Yeah, this sounds like a band that the you love. Sounds exactly like you listen to. Yeah Yeah. We know we are very very aware that we are not for everyone and that's totally fine. We are not one of those bands that will get offended by that but man. I almost think that's even cooler if you if you don't love something, but you see the potential in it for is somebody that you know? And you still spread it. super cool to me I. Don't know that I would do that, so that's really cool as Or thank you. We will We'll hit you up as we get closer to. It sounds good, thank you. Hey. Guys, we want to thank our friends from American arson for coming on the show and We want to encourage you guys. Album comes out tomorrow July third. It's available on all streaming sites, and we'll share some links to their music tree so that you can download by vinyl It's emerged some cool like jackets and hats, and t shirts and stuff to have out. Maybe a sticker with that. Questionable logo on IT I. Know I know my preorder is already in the Mail on its way to my house, so that's awesome. So thanks for spending time with us on the punk tree We will leave you with the first single off the new record align the sand. The song is called unbreakable the excellent to each other..
"arson" Discussed on Pantheon
"We we. We we played with them at Audio Pielach. and. We. We I was the first time in a minute Daikin. Either and. And their guitar jumped in and started singing one of his part, and we both just like looked at each other like. Holy Crap like these guys are insane, sound exactly like their record line. It's it's incredible. Yeah Steve. Steve Capucci put out. He put out those youtube videos. He's super talented. Yeah, I I know. We also have a super shared affinity, all of us for for distant kendrew. He did a really similar. He did a really similar thing with with care the fire. Filmed it all out. Where I grew up actually awesome just like going through each track. I think I. Think for me, personally You know to try to try to put everything that you want to say into a three and a half four minutes longer with ever happens to be of a sometimes difficult in their lyrics output I have Have it right here actually so this is the lyrics journal that I use and. Right through the The album and you'll see like things are scratched out in Get into. Into the studio and it's like you don't actually have onto. Deliver that whole bit that whole sentence you're going to have to cut it down and make it a bit more poetic in I think you know as an artist. You always get nervous that that your your purpose can get your your. The meaning can get lost, misinterpreted or something like that, and so I've never done anything. Anything like this before, but I'm really excited to do it this time. and and just kind of have that as a reference for people that that that are interested in for the people who just want to listen to the tracking. Put it on their spotify playlist and go for a run or something. That's totally fine to You know we're up for there for whoever? I think we're all wondering. As you touched on those teams, I. Think you got a lot of head nodding. You're talking about a lot of things and I think that. Bands in. Throughout. The genre neighboring genres I think bands that are have a connection to. You. Sharing their faith in any way through their music, Dis are like reconciliatory times. It feels like. An like that is something I know I. Care Deeply instead of the other guys. The name of the band is fascinating. It goes back, so it's not like it's necessarily. Sprung out of like these current feeling right, but it's a striking name when you hit on a bill. and I wonder like what is the reality? What is the background of it and how it may be? Do feel like it's received now. Yeah, so we Before. We started like I said I was working on his writing project and that. That was a concept in the in the writing project. Wasn't it wasn't a title at that time as as a concept Basically a character who of just feeling? Like. They had slipped into a very roads and Monday in existence, and had always pictured themselves up until that point, and until that is realization as person who would start you know what he calls. In the narrative American arson sort of this this idea that we all have the ability. We all have a spark inside of us that we we have a choice of what to do with that we can. We can pass that onto the next person and ignite others, or we can. We can keep it to ourselves and just allow it to to light you know, give light and heat to us In that concepts you know jumped out. At me as a starting this this hands Because I think that's what we all want. All of us who share music and lyrics. We all want to to be able to share that spark to not keep it in and sometimes that spark can be violent and. Destructive not destructive in a negative way, but maybe destructive to the ideas that we have that we just needed somebody else to shed a little bit of light on that I know me. Personally the things that I've changed my mind on over the last ten years. Have have been You know quite profound, and if if there was nobody share that sparked with me, I, don't know if I would have done that, and so yeah, it's. It's definitely not like an anti government type thing. It's not like a you know. Burn it all down kind of thing. Full people in the past that it will make more sense when this writing project is complete, but now. I've opened up I've opened up on it more since really wondering to myself. If this ever GonNa get done but now Gordon and so maybe it will and people dive into that a little bit more, but yeah, that's the basic concept. Is, we all have a spark. and. It's up to us what we want to do with it and. Jesse and I through this band would prefer to ignite his as many people as possible. Let I will say you. You just put out the bundles on the site merch. Okay. I'm GonNa get the vinyl and like all. The hats sick and then like. It, it's no commentary, honestly like a lot of people have like the little American flag or the Thin Blue Line flag. Sticker like under the Mirror on their truck. And and I was like I'm GonNa get I'm going to get a couple of American arson stickers to put him underneath the mirror, my truck the logo. It's incredible. Incredible like it's so simple and great, unlike or am I going to get my car keyed. Because you've got misinterpret. Yet but. We got. Which about the logo? There's been so many. Some Somebody somebody said this has state needs. Thousands of comments replied to over the this this this one. Particularly, the guy said. He had actually so he. He's our unbreakable video. And he commented a positive comment on that that must have sent on a deep dive on the rest of our stuff. Oh, yeah! He said Oh. This band is Satan is banned because they have. Logo symbolizes the flames of Hell. Ruling for.
"arson" Discussed on Pantheon
"Good Morning Mike Komo Morning Jesse as a gone sipping a cup of coffee here, things are going pretty good. I know we're sipping. We are in sync on our coffee sips. Man. Hey! We've got A. WE'VE got a cool for you by the way everyone welcome back to an episode of the Punk Tree. This is Jesse and Mike, but not airing this morning now. We fired Aaron. Aaron is on vacation. We have we've had to stack up episodes a little bit here and errands L. Family, which is great. You know what I I like him so much. I do, too. He's a pretty good guy. He's a pretty good guy. I'm not supposed to say that I'm supposed to say like. that guy. Because he gives me a hard time, I give him a hard time, but you know what I like that guy. Yeah so we. We have a pretty cool interview coming up a few weeks ago, we got to. Hang out and talk with The band American arson who has a new album coming out which we will talk about a lot. We'll talk about quite a bit and we'll play a few tracks from it. and we were hoping actually that this would come out maybe a week or two ago But Then George Floyd was was murdered. and. that kind of like changed what we were gonNA per passionate to. An there for for a bit and so we we recording released a different episode that just came out a few days ago with our front cocco. which I thought was a great conversation for sure. Yeah I think yeah, we rearrange some of those episode orders and Today's July second recording this intro, but. Their albums going to be coming out tomorrow July third, and we'll definitely be encouraging. You guys to go. Make an order for that. Get those support. Those guys But the conversation. We recorded with Evan Jesse from American arson was was done. I want to say about six weeks ago. Like Mike said we recorded the conversation before George photos murdered, and so some of the stuff. Around that doesn't really come up in the discussion as I'm sure it would have. It's kind of thing that that evident Jesse would have been passionate about speaking to but it doesn't come up because When the conversation happened, those had not happened yet. Right right, so we'll. We'll get to it. There this is a longer upset again. We. If, we have a guest on, we want to let them speak in. Hear their voice they sure some really great thoughts about. About the album that's coming out about music songwriting in general. We have pretty good nearly conversation with and I and Evan about guitars and music equipment. And also share like the purpose behind their music, and I think a really important thing to us is like. How being an artist, has been kind of a a filter for forever for American arson as A. Tried to process things that are going on in the world While also being a creative person, so we hope you enjoy it..
"arson" Discussed on WTOP
"For arson at the comet ping pong restaurant in northwest in January of twenty nineteen and protecting the park police officer at the Washington Monument a few weeks later the sales guys had pleaded guilty to the crimes in December he was sentenced by judge Timothy Kelly it is the restaurant that predates the telephone is being hit hard by the pandemic covert nineteen is because revenue with the old Ebbitt grill the fall about ninety five percent according to DCS former general manager predicts it would not be able to survive long term is just a delivery and takeout business the old abattant fifteen street in the White House is known very well to locals and tourists some businesses that had to close their stores are trying out a new business model they're shipping do it yourself products straight to customers the DC flower company poppy lost seventy five percent of its spring revenue due to weddings and other events being postponed and now it's found a new way to generate income shipping do it yourself floral arrangement kids and it's been popular company CEO Cameron Hardesty the response is really incredible in Gaithersburg the amazing art studio has started shipping do it yourself art projects including blank canvases and pottery owner Julia Myers we're working really hard at finding ways to adapt so that we can make sure that we are still here when this crisis is over Nick I Nellie WTOP news grad students at Georgetown University have reached a tentative labor deal with the school that secures raises a new health benefits for those working as teaching and research assistants the deal will increase stipends in wages for about a thousand grad students that's according to the website DCS under the agreement research and teaching assistants will get a two percent raise every year and also get better dental insurance and health plans with schools closed and social distancing rules in place many families of high school seniors wondered if anything resembling traditional graduation exercises would be possible but here's an example of school leaders finding some creative ways to honor the class of twenty twenty more than three hundred fifty graduating seniors from Louisa county high school in Virginia were given the time to appear at the football stadium in their cap and gown during the five day stretch each name was announced on the stadium's speakers graduates receive their diplomas and honors and took pictures with mom and dad it was different for sure but parent Jacqueline Washington tells NBC twelve it was still a special moment you did want to get weepy because if you hear your child's name we get to see them go across the stage by high school plans to release the video of those exercises and class features on the day of the graduation was originally scheduled to be held mark Lewis WTOP news as uncertainty looms over when things might return to something close to normal the number of big name music acts putting offer canceling tours continues to grow among the latest to postpone an upcoming tour you too what they told you rage against the machine which says the band will hit the stage when they're confident it's safe for fans that news meantime comes on the heels of word the eagles will also postponed their hotel California tour until next year on the bright side many artists like staying or sharing performances from home Brendan Hazelton WTOP news if you want to check out more sting's performance there is part of the rolling stones in your room series DC's artistic world is making some adjustments to adjustments to better fit social distancing in series the local opera and theatre company it's going completely virtual for its upcoming season set to begin in September in theory says its first online season will feature at least twelve shows including upper shorts and feature length films the company is also planning interactive opera performances and collaborative works with other businesses and artists national rifle association has laid off dozens of employees canceled its national convention and scuttled fundraising membership and shooting events that normally would be key to rallying its base in an election year corona virus pandemic has upended the gun rights organization the activities of late it's three fifteen sports at fifteen and forty five powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white thank rad J. Brooks the report out says that the NBA won't separate their players coaches and families just to finish the season has there been an idea floating around the whole games in one locale either Walt Disney world or in Las Vegas but if that were to happen it would mean separation to finish the current season the association suspended operations back on March eleventh and also postponed both the draft lottery and the scouting combine this week with the upcoming draft expected to be postponed as well to the ice the NHL made an aggressive pitch for their upcoming draft plan which includes moving the event up to June fifth from June twenty sixth and twenty seventh in Montreal to a virtual draft mirroring what the NFL did last weekend the proposal is ahead of Monday's board of governors call with the decision about the draft coming later this week and in the NFL the league plans to release its seventy game schedule later this week with a September tenth start date and a February seventh Super Bowl in twenty twenty one but the new Tottenham stadium in England looks like it won't be a part of this season as the venue is looking at losing two games that were set to be played there and if that happens to Jacksonville jaguar game set to be played at Wembley Stadium would also be canceled meaning all eight jags games will be played in Jacksonville this season oh and one more nugget if and it's a big if there would be no college football this upcoming season you could see NFL games on Saturday albeit for a price hello and happy twenty third birthday diskettes quarterback Dwayne Haskins J. 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"arson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Endangerment arson and concealing human body parts Maribel is fifty she only faces child abuse charges only you can only imagine the amount the layers of investigation that are going on coming out and you have a child abuse and now we find these goals remains apparently the lawyers have no criminal history that's why neighbors like Tammy Natolin tell ABC fifteen they're shocked it's really scary it's crazy out I've never seen any kids whatsoever there I talked to the guy couple times just walking my dogs and stuff and he seemed really really nice and neighbor to keel Johnson was understandably emotional I just start crying automatically because I'm like if they're that at long something horrible has happened over there it's just too much is too much as scary as sad I'm just hoping that the kids are okay and we've also learned Rafael low at our work for a school in the tallest sent union high school district parents have been alerted of his arrest Becky wow well you know we've had a couple of really really tough stories over the last couple weeks involving children Peter what are the next steps in this investigation well the medical examiner's office must now determine who's human remains were kept in that home on fifty ninth Avenue in camelback and we don't know if they were burned in the fire how long the person had been deceased there's no word on how long the investigation from the medical examiner's office could take Felix police say they still have many interviews to conduct and the investigation is far from over yes that's true well we will continue to bring you the latest on this on going story thank you Peter it's a day of great celebration and all three countries have some good news now mesa mayor John Giles is one of several Arizona leaders who was invited to be a part of today's signing of the United States Mexico Canada agreement at the White House he tells K. T. A. R. this new trade deal will have a huge impact on his city namely through the sky bridge project at Phoenix mesa gateway airport that is the only place in the country right now where you can pre approved cargo and that flies from United States airport as a domestic flight to any word in Mexico he says mesa will become a hub for commerce all throughout Latin America well president trump's border wall isn't finished yet but it already needs repair K. why am a TV in your member ports that part of the wall collapsed just before noon today into Mexicali Mexico makes a Kelly police say it fell on some trees which prevented it from actually hitting the ground there are no reports of any other damage or injuries and no word on what caused it to fall fire arms deaths in Arizona from twenty fifteen to twenty seventeen increased is use more than institute took a closer look and research director Melissa Kovacs tells KTAR about some of the major take aways of their new report the vast majority of them are suicides we also saw some differences related to race and ethnicity and homicides we found African Americans Hispanics and native Americans are over represented among our homicide numbers the data also shows there are at least fifteen accidental firearms deaths a year we've got some new details now following last night's deadly officer involved shooting in Scottsdale it happened and honor held Scott still Osborne hospital police say twenty seven year old Josh were Greenleaf who was killed was involved in a domestic violence relationship with his ex girlfriend and he previously had made suicidal comments he was at the hospital trying to locate his ex girlfriend and he was armed with a rifle the suspect advanced at officers with a knife at the time of the shooting No officers were injured we're now hearing from the father of the three children who were allegedly suffocated by their mother last week in south Phoenix he says he never saw it coming Pedro Rios told news nine in Oklahoma City he came home from work and played with this three year old and one year old before he dozed off when he woke up he found a seven month old daughter dead I love my family Beijing like your thoughts about grandma I don't know how the ants in the home discovered the other two children were dead according to court documents the mother of the children regional.
"arson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Because the fires so we've got as did you need being blamed for the fires we've got arson arsonists being of of being arrested for the fires and we've got the popular media and the schools uniformly lockstep goose stepping down the parade route up what a wildly proclaiming that the entire thing the entire phenomenon the wildfires has to do with climate change and you because it with your car yeah of course and so what we need Raj ninety million Bucks for bike lanes right here in San another one this is just the kind of mad the public I love likely the low bicyclist I love the idea of getting exercise so forth but I was in a country where bicycles were the only form of transportation nineteen eighty seven I did a tour of China there were very few cars everyone had a bicycle and everyone hated it and when in the course of the nineteen nineties the Chinese got hit too it'll be so they could sell cars to get cars out you go today to China and it's completely jam packed the car because everyone of those people bicycle as soon as they could get their hands on the car through that bicycle in the trash can and went with the car why because of the freedom because of the mobility because of the privacy because of the advantages of having the car with your in in fourteen consider you know your air conditioner and you're not out there you know what did you have other people in in in by I saw the most amazing traffic jams a bicycle I I will probably ever see in my life in nineteen eighty seven in Beijing but having said that we're trying to recreate everyone on a bicycle yeah I approving ninety million dollars get this now and the supervisor doesn't have this press conference today he said this the card the the plan to add the number of miles to the existing system of bike lanes would cost a ninety million dollars would cost five and a half million dollars per mile all know what they're doing they're painting I guess the painting stripes right yes yes a little bicycle logo that big boulder creek on the side and the and the asphalt yeah there are a disapproving subs so barriers and so forth at five and a half billion I guarantee you that half about five and a half million a mile has to do with bureaucrats planning consultants hearings of plans profiles community input has nothing to do with actually creating the bike paths if this is such a scam it's in crisis is eight and you know what if you ask the experts with the bikes and head over to the office operator but but if yes yes was on the on the on off on the bike traveling lessors of they can't even tell you what the capacity usage is they don't know it's all it's all assumed the answer is that people go back and forth to work yeah one percent or less of the population otherwise sure so let's wrecked the roads for that okay I'm out on on Monday I'm gonna talk to you have to say see thing and I wanna talk about the vulture poop reckon the border we're gonna well there's two things okay us we'll do it and of course the impeachment bigger coming out it's coming it's coming my salary enjoy your weekend and we'll take it up on Monday all right thank you to breath thanks residents residents got five five by the way programming genius Dave Smith notes to me that's a thousand forty one dollars per foot for bike lanes since eighteen a lot of money you could buy off for an actual foot for a thousand forty one dollars from somebody probably they have some sixty talking breaking news just service got the of it was going to jump a San Diego student was among those killed in this week's deadly plane crash in Iran sericea dina tended Alliant international university in scripts ranch she was a first year doctoral student in clinical psychology they have been visiting family in Iran along with her mother and sister Sadat was on her way back to San Diego to begin the spring term an eleven year old boy armed with two guns editor school in northern Mexico shot dead a teacher and wounded at least six others before killing himself authorities say the boy had apparently been influenced by the first person shooter game natural selection investigators believe the boy tried to recreate the game California's considering statewide ban on all gas powered lawn equipment according to the California air resources board the emissions from using a gas leaf blower for just an hour is equivalent to driving a mid size car eleven hundred miles you're never more than.
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"Arson there may because I'm exposing a rating system that in Richard self at your expense and I'm restoring government of by and for the people you do realize Sir you are the established you run this town for three years now but you go there you are the pigs in animal farm you look in the mirror and you've turned into the humans you guys are running the show but they are making the case for him to be reelected when they do this bull crap impeachment stuff which everybody who watched those hearings does that look if Bill Clinton could have a special prosecutor says here's a Levin felony counts have at it and the American people not only rejected Republicans trying to impeach him lying under oath on tape but then punish that party in the elections there is no way the American people looked at this and that yeah that rises to the level of impeachment it looks petty it looks mean spirited it looks a wholly political all of the things that it is and it's allowing him to be show when trump which he is really damn good at but the but the challenges once again it works for the forty something percent of the people who love you the question is will it work for the twenty twenty five percent will decide this thing or in the middle who are crazy about you but the economy's going okay that that is it gonna be account for the present owned by the way Wisconsin real clear politics average Joe Biden up by two point seven percent over Donald Trump run cattle will give us enough for the checks on the right real quick of dual you've been covering this story and it has immense we have a minute left it's got a mince importance to the state of Indiana Monday will be the vote on the new Indiana speaker of the house what are you hearing yes Monday of the Republican caucus will meet two o'clock over at the state house they will choose a person to replace house speaker brand bother somebody speaker elect because the final vote must be taken at the house with lawmakers come back in January right now all the signs and arrows point to state representative time Houston up in fishers right now he runs the house ways and means committee he death budget also that the sports betting stuff and also all played a role in school funding Bosma had his guys right by his guys I mean his parliamentarians people around him that made the trains run on time are those people just out of the freight others Lucas or does does does I used to bring his own dudes in or does he keep a lot of those people around I think just starting out a speaker probably probably about he stays on the you'll see too many wholesale changes one way or the other now Republicans keep house representatives after the election and redistricting you may see some changes on the site there you would be a phenomenal parliamentarian you're all about rules and establishment the type of things you got a until people know a long time I could see one television every time there's a meeting or a caucus or whatever all the time I was not a licensed attorney in Indiana and.
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"One B K an arson investigation has now turned into a homicide investigation, according to Sacramento sheriff's a house fire in fair oaks happened Wednesday night off a palm avenue. Fire crews found a man inside who had a parrot trauma to his body. He later died from his injuries at the hospital at this point. It's unclear who the house belongs to and the circumstances that led up to the fire and the man's death are unknown. Any thief, who breaks into an unlocked, vehicle could be charged with burglary. If a new Bill becomes law. The Bill would create a new crime of forcibly entering vehicle with the intent to commit theft, current law in California states. A thief, who breaks into an unlocked car cannot be charged with burglary California's nation leading gas prices are set to climb even higher on Monday when the state gas tax increases another five point six cents a gallon. It's the latest increase from two thousand seventeen law designed to raise about five billion. Dollars a year for road and mass transit programs. Jordan Christmas news, ninety three point one k f k now traffic and weather together. Taking a look at traffic over in the Sacramento area. We do have that crash that is still blocking lanes on southbound ninety nine this is in Galt right after walnut avenue. Multiple cars have crashed into the left lane CHP just got to the scene. And we have stopped traffic from twin cities road. If you're driving out of Fairfield, or even the bay area really on east eighty towards Sacramento, you'll see a slowdown on east eighty from airbase Parkway to manual Campbell's Parkway and further on Davis e slow from UC Davis, all the way to yellow causeway, and capcity freeway, or westbound direction flow is slow from Auburn boulevard, all the way to how avenue traffic on the tens every ten minutes. Mornings.
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"Chapel and the roof were destroyed. No one was injured. But here's the here's the sad. Part of this is Saint Joseph church and Phoenix, by the way. Right. The sad. Part of this is Phoenix fire has to investigate this. There was another they found other places or other other buildings in this church complex were vandalized. They also found another church vandalized a block away and a school. That was vandalized. But they weren't set on fire. So Phoenix fire is saying don't call it an arson yet. But first thing I thought of. I just don't think electrical fire. Maybe it's because we've got they did have upgrades. They did have some renovations. And it happens. There's no question about it. I mean, I guess my mind goes to arson but remember last summer that that grocery store went up into the flames. Yeah. That wasn't arson. I think that was caused by the monsoon and then the electrical fire started with water. I think that got on top of the roof it came down. And then if the electricity right so anything could you know could have happened in this church. But but you're talking about three different things in a black area. Come on. Yeah. Yeah. And the fact that it's charge. There are a lot of people out there that don't like, you know, churches, we've seen what has happened or religion religion in Jewish synagogues. I mean, people going shoot people so one burn a church down. But we don't know that it's arson yet. Right. It's just a shame because that church was going to celebrate its fiftieth, Tara MIR. Terrible built in the early seventies. It's been there for years decades. You're listening to the big four at four. We bring you four big blockbuster stories to start the four o'clock hour. The.
"arson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Farmed has been providing funding for the acquisition and training of accelerate detection dogs, which are also known as our Sadat's. These are specially trained dogs that work with a human handler is police officer, firefighter or investigator. That will very quickly be able to go to a fire scene after the scene is already been put out in a locate where exceleron like gasoline or fuel been used to start a fire, and why that soy partners because docs, have this incredible tool there. No that is so quick to locate even a drop of gasoline. That's been you start a fire when you're talking billions of dollars in arson fraud, hundreds of lives that are lost from people that have been unfortunately, killed in an arson fire. This isn't just an insurance issue issue. It's safety issue for communities arson results in the loss of property assaults in a decline in the economic stability of that community. And so if we're able to provide a tool for law enforcement. To help to quickly find evidence and bring that person to Justice. The everybody wins the community wins insurance companies went at certainly lot which too so being able to work with these incredible handlers. These these men.