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Fresh "Arson" from Mark Simone
"To New Jersey, where arson investigators are looking into a fire that destroyed more than a dozen cars. This morning. It happened at the MTs towing large yard on the Chancellor Avenue in Irvington. No injuries, but investigators say that fire is definitely suspicious. Also in the Garden state, a teenager under arrest after allegedly phony and fake bomb threats to Jenkinson's boardwalk point pleasant, police say the 19 year old Nkosi Jones of Break is behind the stunt is accused of making those calls to the boardwalks Main office on June 3rd and the fourth On each of those days, Cops responded and evacuated the entire promenade, plus the beach area and surrounding businesses before canine units came in and gave the all clear the man who played Herb Tar Lake on W. K R P in Cincinnati has passed away Frank Bonner dying Wednesday after a battle with a type of dementia, namely Louise Body Disease, dementia. Also directed a few episodes of the classic sitcom and went on to do the same on Who's the boss? Head of the Class and Newhart Bonner was 79 years old. The news is sponsored by their crowns and collide its foundation. The Crohn's and Colitis Foundation has been at the forefront of inflammatory bowel disease research and care for over 50 years. Learn more about.
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
Busch celebrates birthday with win at Kansas Speedway
"Kyle Busch led four times for twenty laps at Kansas speedway with final ten laps being the most important has he picked up his first NASCAR win of the season and it came on his birthday bush battle cow arson for most of the race but Larson had the dominant car leading one hundred and thirty two circuits around the track he would be relegated to nineteenth after late race restructure in back in the field for bush to win ended a roller coaster week of emotions as he and his wife Samantha shared the heartbreaking news that she had had a miscarriage Kevin Harvick finished a race in second his strongest run of the year with Brad Keselowski taking third I'm Jerry Jordan
Malware Party Tricks and Cybersecurity Trends
"Way back in the midst of time in the early nineteen ninety s. I was an antivirus program. And i worked for European antivirus coming. Dr solomon's and i was one of their very first programs. And then i went to work from mcafee and then i worked for softball and for the last eight years or so. I've been working for myself. And i i blow guy podcast. I stand on state. When i don't stand on stage anymore but i used to stand on stage and give their as well now before we move on. You have one of the more interesting. i don't know let's call it a party trick that you That you used at a trade show conferences when it came to malware And i think it's quite noteworthy. What was it. I used to do this. It is a long time ago. I used to do strict word. Stand on stage and say look. I've got no air piece. There's no one prompted me. There's nobody can whisper my air. I want you to shout out the name of a piece of malware. And i will tell you what it does and people would say things like fro donors say. That's four thousand ninety six bytes to length of your files and it displays a message zone. Frodo lived saw the stoned boot sector. Arson say one eight times that you boot up your computer. It says your pc is now stoned or friday. The thirteenth adds one thousand eight hundred and thirteen bytes. The length of your come files and two breaks when it reaches the sixty four k limits and it lead. Show files for you. Get the idea right. It's me sad. I still remember these long. How long were you single back. Then it was an unmarried. Basically reads malware encyclopedias.
"arson" Discussed on Worst Firsts
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South Seattle man chases, pins down arson suspect
"Down an arson suspect after spotting a fire near his home in the middle of the night. It was the second arson in less than a week at a construction site off of ringing your avenue Como's call. Miller talked to the woman who watched her husband leap into action. This apartment complex still being finished. Your 23rd and South plum this scene of yet another fire early Friday morning. It's been really scary. I I just just wish wish this this would would have have been been more more secured secured than than itwas. itwas. That's That's the the voice voice of of a a woman woman who who lives lives next next door. door. She She says says her her husband husband woke woke up up and and noticed noticed a a small small fire fire burning burning when when he he spotted spotted someone someone coming out. That's when he grabbed his bicycle and rode after him. Finally catching up with him near Burger King on Rainier Avenue. Look, I was giving them a hard time, but he he was slain on top of him, Seattle police said. It's arson and bomb squad now investigating if that man is connected to any other arsons, including a string of them in renting just last weekend. We're gonna look into it. We're gonna see if that M o matches just like with any other crime between those two fires. Damage is estimated to be roughly $4 million. That's cool. Most call Miller crews began
Chicago Police Claim Arson In Garbage Can Fires Terrorizing Hegewisch Neighborhood
"Story garage goes up in flames overnight and head wish. One night after a series of arsons in the same neighborhood, Glenn Marshall is live there with the latest Glenn Good morning. All police are adding this fire from last night to the list of other fires That happened over the weekend. And they're calling this arson And this all happened on the same South side block. Take a look at this video from last night. You're looking at cell phone video from the latest flames overtook property on South Buffalo, which is this on the South side's head, which neighborhood you could see how dangerous the fire was. With all the sparks shooting into the air, the police Are saying All of the latest fires in that area were started by the hands of an arsonist, the first of the ones being reported happening Saturday evening. They believe these were started in the garbage cans between the 133rd 135th streets. At least three garages were burned utility poles were damaged and the fence was destroyed. Some people told US power and Internet were knocked down due to the arson. One homeowner burned their hand while trying to move one of those garbage cans away from their property. Another neighbor told us he woke up to what sounded like fireworks were going off in his backyard. Like the Fourth of July. The flames were already about 10 20 ft. Above the buildings here. One thing it was a wildfire. That's natural, right? To do it on purpose. Again. One person suffered minor injuries to the hand while trying to move one of those garbage cans away from their property. As far as right now, police have not say that they made any arrest these arsons back to you guys in
Arson likely in Hegewisch, Chicago, alley fire that torched garages, utility poles
"Investigators are looking for are looking clues for clues as to who as to said who a serious said a serious of garage of garage cans on cans fire on in fire the Southeast in the Southeast side Alley side Alley Neighbors report Neighbors hearing report with hearing sounded with like sounded firecrackers like firecrackers in the alley behind in the alley Buffalo behind Buffalo Avenue Avenue between between one 33rd one 33rd and one and 34th one 34th Street's Street's resident resident Torrent. Sake Torrent. says Sake flames says spread flames to spread three to garages three garages on the block on the block and crept and up crept utility up utility poles, poles, knocking knocking out power. out power. Every single Every trash single trash can in this can alley in this was alley a light was a immediately. light immediately. This provides This provides Zachariah Zachariah Stacker Stacker claims claims were already were about already 10 about 10 20 ft. 20 Above ft. the Above the buildings buildings here. here. One neighbor One burned neighbor his burned hand his while hand pulling while pulling up one up of one the burning of the garbage burning cans garbage away cans from away a building from a to building stop to the stop fire from the fire spreading. from spreading.
Arson likely in Hegewisch, Chicago, alley fire that torched garages, utility poles
"Arson investigators are looking for clues as to who said a serious of garage cans on fire in the Southeast side Alley Neighbors report hearing with sounded like firecrackers in the alley behind Buffalo Avenue between one 33rd and one 34th Street's resident Torrent. Sake says flames spread to three garages on the block and crept up utility poles, knocking out power. Every single trash can in this alley was a light immediately. This provides Zachariah Stacker claims were already about 10 20 ft. Above the buildings here. One neighbor burned his hand while pulling up one of the burning garbage cans away from a building to stop the fire from spreading.
Seattle arson investigators looking into string of vehicle fires in Renton
"Halo massive fire is response one this reason morning involving firefighters And learn how from you written can share love, tequilas visit in Skyway love on the scene Shriners of three commercial dot vehicle or fires. g'kar. Location Thank of the fires you. was around the 1000 block of Southwest Grady Way. One fire Homo traffic was a semi from truck. the Dubin It's Southwest Law Group 16th Traffic and Long Center. acres drive Southwest and then a Still taco looking truck pretty burned glad on in a the parking roadways lot. of Ray, too. Now Of there is a shell a gas bit of station hesitation. on southwest A couple Grady areas Way. north, down Also five in nearby, Tacoma, Fire crews between battle how to fire we 16 involving in the two Palpa greyhound River Bridge, Busses South and a Greyhound bound maintenance And shop. five
Rohingya Refugees Forced to Flee the Ongoing Violence in Myanmar
"The ongoing crisis in me and Mars had a devastating impact on one particular ethnic group Ro hinge a refugees forced to flee to cramp camps in Bangladesh. Battling the Corona virus and now being asked to relocate to a flood prone island news, our special correspondent Tania Rashid, reports. What were once homes, hospitals and schools at the world's largest refugee camp burned to ash as a massive fire rips through these makeshift settlements. 15 people were killed, 400 missing and tens of thousands displaced Three years ago. The Rohingya, a Muslim minority group, led a bloody military crackdown launched by the Myanmar military and police bordering Bangladesh. Mass killings of greats and arson drove close to a million into these sprawling camps in Cox's Bazar. In a report published in 2019, you went, investigators warned of genocidal intent. The Myanmar army denies that and claims it on. Lee acted against insurgent groups who attacked the police. But now these fires have uprooted these rocking goes, lives get again. Bangladesh authorities and agencies have been providing emergency assistance to over 45,000 homeless refugees. Since December, The Bangladeshi government has started moving more than 13,000 refugees from the overcrowded camps to bash on shore, a remote island in the Bay of Bengal. According to our local sources, the Bangladeshi government has offered those affected by the fires help with relocating there
I'm a Feminist but... I Love a Good Princess Costume
"I'm a feminist. This week. I sent my goddaughter for her birthday. A series of costumes some of which would gender-neutral including a lion a b. and a pirate which i deemed as gender neutral at set for boys and i thought nah. I'm not having raced. But i was most excited if i'm completely honest about the bell dress from beauty and the beast. I couldn't wait and her mother who also a feminist just sent me a picture of herself holding the bell dress up going wishing me ignored the lion costume the very neutral be the only one i go into the because gm because she's generation said and they want to save the world so to be so. I'm pretty sure she doesn't care about bell. She cares about bees now. I should be proud of her. And of course i am. She's only just turned three very proud that she loves b.'s. Mold princesses because princess is going to save the world. Lapine run for ages. I've done nothing towards it was notchers. Princess diana was always kicks land mines or something but but but red overall. Yeah do more. I mean there are queen bees. Maybe she says can kind of be where great like revenge stress you know. Listen i think stripes is always a revenge outfit sting like that. How is it not revenge or mealy yet. The poor base give the ultimate revenge. Don't they believe after. Arson your arm.
Washington man charged in 1987 fire he allegedly set at age 12 that killed firefighter
"34 years after flames claimed the life of an Everett firefighter. A murder charge has been filed in a guilty plea entered details from Como's Bologna after decades of investigating, detectives say 46 year old Elmer Nash Jr confessed to starting the fire before pleading guilty during an arraignment hearing. Jerry Parks was among those battling the fire it every community college in the early morning hours of February, 16th 1987 when he became trapped inside of the burning building, a team of investigators quickly determine the fire was the result of an arson. Nash was 12 years old. At the time of the fire. He told investigators he never intended to hurt
Man charged in 1987 arson that killed Everett firefighter
"Pleaded guilty today to setting a fire at ever community College 34 years ago, one firefighter died. Homer Nash Jr says he was 12 years old at the time and was with other kids who had broken into and burglarize the college library under a plea agreement that takes into account his age at the time, Nash faces more than three years in prison.
‘Person Of Interest’ Wanted In 4 Arson Fires, Burglary Overnight In Boston's Brockton Neighborhood
"Arson fires this week, the worst of which destroyed an historic building of the Brockton fairgrounds. Four members of the far right group, Proud Boys face new
Boston Area Police Seek ‘Person Of Interest’ Wanted In 4 Brockton Arson Fires, Burglary Overnight
"Go to Brockton, where our reward is being offered in a string of suspicious fires in the city. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe reports. Police are beefing up patrols right now, so Parties have released a picture of a person of interest wanted for questioning in connection with the four arson fires and burglary in Brockton early Wednesday morning, right the police chase, the suspect lost that suspect they'll continue the process today with the state police the fire marshal Mayor Robert Sullivan says the first fire around one AM destroyed the old State House building on the Brockton Fairgrounds resident Peg Cruise drove out to the scene to see what was left of the historic building was in that building as a kid on the fair was here, and they had all kinds of displays. And they're very, very sad. They were also to brush fires that DW fields parking outside a school on West Street. The fourth place occurred at Rocky Marciano Stadium. The fires are thought to be connected to a burglary that took place around the same time at the West Gate Mall.
Murder charge filed in Chicago arson fire that killed mother, 10-year-old daughter
"Murder charges from a House fire and the Gresham neighborhood last month that left a mother and her daughter dead. Here's WGN's Jo brand. Chicago Police arrested 63 year old Reginald Brown Tuesday morning on suspicion of aggravated arson and first degree murder. Police say they obtained a surveillance video and identified Brown is the person who intentionally started a fire at a house in the 8600 block of South Hermitage Avenue 34 year old I'II she afford, and her 10 year old daughter, Portia died in the fire. Police say Brown knew that there were people inside the home. The video footage police obtained showed a man starting a fire after spreading gasoline throughout the back porch. Jo brand WGN news. The
Ex-Maryland police chief dubbed 'serial arsonist' allegedly set 12 fires targeting enemies
"Been looking outside their own jurisdictions to help police connect the dots on a police chief accused of being a serial arsonist. Let's find out more from Double D T. O P s. Michelle Morelli, former Prince Georges and Laura Police chief David Crawford's facing dozens of arson and attempted murder charges for a four county string of fires spanning almost a decade. The break came in January when Montgomery County Fire explosives Lieutenant Christopher, Mo. Saw video from a fire in Prince George's County. I said myself That surely looks exactly like the person in my video from the 2017 fire, So he and the Prince George's investigator got together, then brought in detectives from Frederick and Howard counties and built a task force to close in on Crawford. We served a search warrant at the suspect's home, and we seized a large number of electronic items. Prince George's Detective Thomas Smith, among things. They found a target list with the victim's names on his phone and emotion history on his phone, showing him active in the middle of the night surround the times. The fires were set. Michelle
Investigators conclude Atlanta's Krispy Kreme fire result of arson
"Earlier this month was intentionally set that word from Atlanta fire this morning there now offering a $10,000 reward in the case. Investigators say that fire was intentionally set on the outside of the building, but quickly spread inside, causing all of that damage. Security camera shows a suspect in all black and white tennis shoes leaving the scene You could take a look at that grainy picture. We have it online wsb radio dot com Happening Right now. The annual
Is Saka Arsenal’s best player?
"Committee espn fc. Shock his lops fashion. Salazar with you in studio shock. I don't know if you saw yesterday's show. We had a heated discussion over whether the of religion have been reduced to ten men against round madrid in the champions league. We will keep that debate going a little bit later today. Show some different faces to mix it up steve nicol. We'll be by for that joining us now. Though stuart robson julian laurent don hutchison. It is thursday which most importantly mean shaq is power rankings. Most importantly means europa. League will start in greece for arsenal. Beat benfica come from behind in this one. They went three to two advanced. Four three on aggregate a bombing with a couple of goals. Kieran tierney As well jill's. I'll start with you. Just how big was this for arson to advance the round of sixteen in europa league the result of course and qualifying but also the fact that they came from behind. He's he's been very very rare season. I think he was only the second time where they went behind and then ended up winning again we against southampton in the league. The game saint. Mary's but apart from that every time they were behind every time they considered. I couldn't come back and win it so to do that logically would be huge tonight. Plus also the quantification the momentum before the game leicester on sunday and also of course the two goes for obama. Young and the to assists for psychiatry. And i think we need to find you. Were to qualify an amazing player. Bouquets in one thousand nine dong cossack is he. I think he's that best plass sevi- mono people say about me on gets the goals and they rely on. His goal is true. But i think when i watch young suck apply. I think he's got a lot look at his temperament. Look at the way he plays the game. You can tell. Light loves playing football. He's got smile on his face. He's a choose infectious at the training ground when he's playing but talent wise he's got a wonderful less or you can goes pass. Players phone can go either way. Turn the pace again. He works back. He's got a lot really. I mean he must be a manager's dream robbo arsenals best player. he's right up. Two games in the corrected goes for obama yang and that was the difference between the two sides been fieger. I thought place nice football today. But they had no cutting edge going forward whereas cutting edge liquid trying to break off sidelines. Saka was coming in it and those little round the corner obama gang trying to running behind whereas been fake. If all that good fly times just had no cutting edge shocker arsenal just getting it down today just but last questions about about soccer. Yes he in my mind. He is arsenal's best and most important and ask those third goal goal. That takes them to the next round sums it up one more the defender a couple of crossovers defended doesn't know whether he's going to go. Righto left come back onto onto left and picks a fight bullets. Who just onsides 'cause on maybe man because of his two goals headlines but but for me also is a vote soccer and so much of their good plea comes from from his unpredictability from just clever. He is on the ball and for me without question. That teams suffers most without without saka more than anybody else other
"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 Wrongful Conviction Podcasts
"But. It happens and it's very hard to admit to it are to what do you think it is that you know generations of experts have all been proven to be wrong on the assumptions they rely on turn out to be incorrect, but there's this unwillingness to change. Once you have invested yourself in this belief and all these very weighty consequences follow it's very hard to admit. That you wrong. Even when there's scientific proof that you're wrong John, Lentini and John. Geoghan and all these various experts you know they started off as regular arson investigators That we're taught to believe these things but engaging in real science and doing these experiments, they realized it was all wrong and they had an enormous amount of trouble persuading the forensic science community to stop and they're still fighting about it even to this day. I. Mean I think that the Willingham case, all these other exonerations have exposed the community to it and you literally can see fewer arson convictions since that happened. But Josh you're you're you're absolutely right it's it's mystifying. It's so upsetting that it is taking so long to change it, and meanwhile these convictions based on this false arson science or this this fire evidence just keep on coming Hud Tok, Lee whose daughter who suffered from mental illness was found literally burnt to death incinerated in a small community in Pennsylvania. He gets convicted of. Killing his daughter intentionally in a fire which did not happen. Right the case of Hong Talk Lee is just It's really really troubling. I mean, here's a guy that spent fifteen years in prison for murder. He did not commit and there's a quote that always stuck with me from an opinion written by judge during haunt talk lease appeal and it was this quote much of what was presented to lease jury as science is now conceded to be little more than superstition and quote I mean that's so remarkable is an you know again, the fact that this is still used in the face of quotes like that. It's just it's hard to understand. You know he was granted a new trial and finally exonerated thankfully in two thousand, fifteen, another was. A Sonia Casey who was convicted of burning down a house and killing I guess said was her uncle Bill Richardson and it of course it turned out that Bill Richardson was actually a heavy smoker and probably fallen asleep with a burning cigarette. But plainly, she did not start this fire all the same kind of junk science was used in that case, and that's the great tragedy when you look at the arson cases so many people like Ernest, Willa Sir Cameron, Todd Willing, Hammer, Hanta cle- you know they're all convicted of killing with intentionally set fires. Their loved ones that to me is you know the horrible horrible irony of these junk science cases. Now for our listeners I know Barry. Twenty years and. I've seen you get emotional before and passionate about a lot of cases. But I want to go back to the Cameron Todd Willingham case for a moment because it seems to me that this is one that really stuck with you and it seems to me like one of the two or three cases that has really haunted you in all your innocence warp. How can it not haunt you? It should haunt everyone in this country. I mean, this is a case or to. Change the way the people look at capital punishment and forensic science. I think. We've made a lot of progress, but we still haven't corrected the biggest injustice of all and that is the wrongful execution of Cameron Todd Willingham is see the suffering up to the very very end and the execution of innocent man. How could not haunt you? There's so much importance attached with the state finally admitting. That it was wrong. And that an innocent person is executed and that will happen in Texas. It will..
"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.
"arson" Discussed on Not Guilty
"An honest person can be just as anxious as a deceptive one as he conducted the test with Christine, the operator changed the tone of his voice at each question. He asked her why she didn't grab Tony wall. She was in the bedroom. Christine claimed that her nightgown had caught fire, but the police knew that wasn't true. Even without the polygraph, the nightgown they had collected from the hospital was full of soot, but not burned next. The operator showed Christina diagram of the fire scene indicating where the reclining chair had been placed in the bedroom. Doorway Christine denied any knowledge of the chair moving claiming that the chair should. Not have been near the doorway at all the operator continued, as the polygraph word away, slipping in perhaps the most critical question of the case, he asked, why did you start the fire Christine allegedly responded? I don't know with that indirect admission of guilt. The operator ended the questioning. He turned Christine around to face him and informed her that she had failed the polygraph test, then he paused looking at her closely he told Christine, that he knew that she had killed her son, Christine looked right back at him. She was beaten down and exhausted. And the last scrap of hope she had been clutching to was being rustled from her grasp, but she tightened her grip. And she told him, she wanted a lawyer. After the polygraph test Christine was immediately arrested by this time a probable cause affadavit had been formally issued by Indiana state fire. Investigators explaining and accelerate was used in the trailer fire on July fifth. Christine was formerly charged with arson and the murder of Tony bunch. She was taken to jail that night the next morning. She was finally able to speak with a lawyer forty six year old public defender. Frank Hamilton junior Hamilton had never defended anything more serious than petty crimes. Now, he found himself sitting across from a handcuffed twenty one year old woman charged not just with arson, but with the murder of her child, Christine lacking, any education of the law, or court system, took all of her cues from Hamilton before anything else, he firmly advised Chris. Steen, not to speak to anyone regarding the case, especially the media, and she didn't for more than two months, while she was in jail in Decatur county Christine spoke to no one except her immediate family. But while Kristine anxiously awaited, her trial date, she was already being tried in the court of public opinion, local media quickly learned of the scandalous, accusations, and the news spread across Indiana faster than the fire that consumed her trailer home for months while she languished, in jail articles speculated as to why Christine would have killed her three year old son, and what kind of mother would remain silent in the wake of her child's death..
"arson" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"That was part of his like interest in firefighting. I'm like oh to widen. And I think when they were talking about other ways. So he says otherwise kill robber arson was one of them. I mean, this guy are set him on fire set the place on fire setting a place on fire. Yeah. Arson. So I I don't know. I mean, the here's the thing. And I just don't wanna forget this. 'cause I think it's the most important thing you didn't. So the jurors. So so all of your viewers are anybody would so amazing about this is if you have the time, you could watch this trough from beginning to end, you could see the exhibits because that's was filmed, you could see everything just what a jury saw. But here's the problem. The reason why we're talking about this. Now, if I were talking about whether you miss limo is gonna get an appeal or not or even emotion for trial and Sharon, did it is we're talking about. What was not presented. Okay. So what we were the prosecution was very very effective. And I think we're prosecutors are very affected is he they're very effective with what we call. Demonstrative evidence. Typically defense attorneys. We don't have an opportunity for that as much as the prosecutors because it's their Burt. So we have a, you know, a big screen behind Sabrina, which I always think it's very strange it's behind brain on the defense attorney. So like, they're not looking at the screen whole setup of the court was so strange to me. But. So they're they're showing the jury instructions, they're showing all the exhibits. They're showing the journals. They're they're playing all the wiretapping conversations. So these jurors are hearing all of that. Okay. But what they and they're playing they're playing the interrogation of Sabrina..
"arson" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And raining and eleven o'clock that's pretty much the order of the day good morning I'm Terry McCreadie an airline employee caused a major scare in the skies over Washington state's cues it sound when he stole. A passenger plane from Seatac airport last night NBC's Hans Nichols is on the ground. Details this is a remarkable story though hound individuals able to get through security hijack essentially steel steel an airplane and then do a joy ride over. The Olympic mountains there was no one else on board the seventy six seat. Horizon, airplane but the incident did, 'cause fighter jets. To be scrambled. Out of Portland to intercept the role pilot, twenty nine year old, man, described as having been suicidal ended up doing some stunts. In the air before, crashing on an island near Tacoma the man. Accused of intentionally setting the holy fire in. Southern California. Still awaiting his arraignment force Clark refused to leave his cell on Thursday but yesterday he did. To make several outbursts in the Santa Ana courtroom Mr. is charging several counts involving arson aggravated arson saliva criminal on these are just allegations and resist arrest he called. The charges against him. Ally and insisted that he was being threatened when his bail was left at one million dollars Clark said. He could, easily afford it an armed man is expected to be okay after he was shot by police. In queens last night police, say. He was shot after he fired on another, man and refused to drop, his weapon the daily news reports the shooting stemmed from. A dispute at a late night barbecue, on Redfern avenue in far, Rockaway. Just after eleven pm witnesses say a group of teens were gathered when a fistfight. Erupted and then shots rang out cops arrested both the shooter and the wounded man Rangers working at New York City's central park may have caught a raccoon. That recently bit a woman on her foot James flippin has details it was around seven fifteen a. m. Thursday morning when Tracy Wargo was. Out walking her to pet Beagles she says when the raccoon noticed the.
"arson" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"And i'll smith okay so i get that they're called smacks and the frogs smacking you five but why is a frog giving you a high five frogs are known for high fiving he named dig them frogs don't dig there are plenty of animals that dig i know the idea is that you're going to dig the smacks daddy oh this really is turning into a night of jazz at the village vanguard circa nineteen sixty one but if your name and animal dig him you have so many borrowing creatures to choose from you got your gophers you got your prairie dogs i'm not going to suggest a mold serial plenty of cute digging animals and then you've got the smacks one up pick an animal that high fives which isn't a frog so you're saying one animal high fives will listen to this commercial from the nineteen fifties team the smack see the seal smacks his flippers now that i get i think they need to take the lesson of smacky and go back to their aquatic roots not a seal but a salmon ella the sugar smacks salmon salmon ella but you know that's not all for cereal news because we got lucky charms making headlines sales of the sweet cereal jumped twenty percent this year nicking general moses fastest growing wine now why ourselves spiking general mills sites this factor complete breakfasts yes after adding unicorn sales are up twenty percent according to the new york post which actually may be true even though it was in the post and it got me to thinking about democratic party politics of course it did see the democratic party is just like breakfast cereal because with both the overall numbers are down and the narrative around each is even worse than the actual numbers also with each millennials are said to be rather uninterested so some of the democratic party say we need a new message what we need is new branding but they say that but they don't really want new branding they just want people to hear the old branding and believe it more what this is this is cutting commercial a new commercial with lucky the leprechaun doing something oak aurant like windsurfing or rock climbing but he still goes in for the pink hearts yellow moons green clovers all that the next step one step up from that in claiming you want a new platform just doing the same old thing maybe with slight variations is you you do think you really need to mix things up you need to take the established platform an add some new items and that is the adding a unicorn step is it so different it's not so different it's not so fundamentally different is to really change things but you know a new unicorn can boost sales a little the democratic party equivalent i'd say something like endorsing the fight for fifteen a fifteen dollar minimum wage a new issue that's a little different and a little specific but it also totally dovetails with the established image and then there's another step you could go for a whole new mascot out with smack see the seal in with dig him we like what we're saying but we're gonna put a fresher face on it and to barack obama that guy stella democrat throw in through but he's definitely a different newer face on the box now more radically if you wanna go a further step in that if you think you got real big problems with your product you go in for bernie sanders or an alexandria costco cortez now their prescription is that no one's buying that.
"arson" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"Now the beal today we bring you cereal not that kind of cereal this kind of cereal coast to coast shellman ella outbreak has been linked to breakfast cereal and kellogg's is recalling packages of honey smacks seventy three people in thirty one states have gotten sick twenty four have been treated in hospitals cbs reporting as we are hearing and the yielded what i thought was an interesting tidbit with a median age of fifty eight median age of fifty eight four honey smacks the cereal with the cartoon frog half of honey smack eaters where over fifty eight okay okay i understand what's going on younger more hardy people were better able to fight off the effects of salmonella still we're talking about adults and a cartoon frock i mean i'm a big cinnamon toast crunch fan but at least they have humans on the covering now i understand honey smacks to some degree i mean i understand they exist but there's a lot about honey smacks i don't understand first of all they're call called smacks not familiar with other kinds of smacks not since frosted china white has a food product so evoked heroin no i know about the honey smacks i know how breakfast cereal works here's how they work they invent a grain and that becomes a serial and then they coat the grain with sugar assigned at a spokes creature and they give that to kids you got cornflakes they come up with frosted flakes you got your shredded wheat you got your frosted mini wheat you got your puffed wheat cereal and then you get your sugar wheats but you can't call them sugar wheats you gotta call them sugar smacks and that's what they did call this cereal in the eighties i can't but then sugary cereal got so unpopular they add to rebranded honey smacks and yes i checked it does have honey trace amounts of honey but heaps of sugar in fact according to the environmental working group kellogg's honey smacks is the most sugared cereal fifty five point six percent of it is sugar in fact they say one cup of honey smacks has more sugar than a hostess twinkie so i get it i get it you gotta put the sugar on the plane grain cereal to sweeten it up and if you've got puffed wheat which is so excessively plain you've got to put an excessive amount of sugar on that but why the frog you heard him in the commercial calling himself dig them here's another commercial where the kids call out his name.
"arson" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"It doesn't it doesn't do that it doesn't light fires in or around firefighters and what what people need to understand is this the blm's job is to balance the interests of multiple stakeholders in federal lands those stakeholders include hunters hampers birdwatchers biologists everyday people all of those people have a right to access all of the federal lands including ones where hammons would like their their counts to raise and when the federal government is deciding whether to do a prescribed burn on federal lands it has to balance all of those interests and it has to do in neiva environmental assessment in order to balance all of those interests because congress decided that all of these stakeholders have an interest in federal lands and so the lamb is put in a position where they're trying to satisfy you know several different stakeholders that's impossible because they have adverse interests the private landowners want a certain thing the biologist environmentalists want something else and so they do everything very carefully and it can be bureaucratic and it can take longer than people might like but the reason for it is because they have to listen to everyone here the mount give him an opportunity to be heard and then make a decision on how to proceed the hammonds wanted to circumvent that process and put it all within their own control and they were willing to do it by force including force that severely endangered the lives and safety of multiple people there were witnesses at trial who testified who were hunting when fires him pummeling toward them there were the thirteen year old himself who had to shelter in a creek the firefighters who testified at trial that they were their lives and safety were threatened by these fires all of these folks are stakeholders and had an interest in being where they were at that time and they were put in danger because the hammons apparently acted as if they're private land owning interests have supremacy over the interest of everybody else lauda is an attorney in private practice as an assistant us attorney she was one of the prosecutors of dwight and stephen hammons who've just been pardoned by donald trump thank you so much you're very welcome.
"arson" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"Most government friendly surfeit and they had no problem reversing that sentence they vote and eleven page opinion very thoughtful they went through the entire analysis but on all fours there was no question about it it was an illegal sentence end judges do not have discretion to ignore mandatory minimums period shown what's your either intellectual or emotional reaction that these two guys are free they served years in jail right they served prison they served i think around three years the father and four years for the sun how what do you think of it i was a little bit surprised when it happened not not terribly surprised but i became more surprised when i saw that they according to some news reports apparently they're only the sixth and seventh people he's pardoned so the fact that they were that high up on his list of worthy people you know deserving the party end and let out of prison what that was surprised to be jor pile being one yes with jack johnson there he was a porn didn't really help him is dead right my hope is that they're not in bulletin to continue the conduct of lighting fires in around near firefighters you know feeling that they can get away with anything now because they're in the public limelight and president trump of all people that chief executive officer of the united states has pardon them for the same conduct even though they had no role in setting off the over of the wildlife refuge that resulted in a death and and long trials and eventually actually in many cases not guilty verdicts does the connection to that give you pause or make you wonder or worry about what this pardon is saying yes they can action to that definitely does ends at the proximity of those events time lies also concerns me because i think it might you'll a movement so in antigovernment movement of lawlessness on federal lands or lawlessness in general but certainly on federal lands and knowing that oregon all of the west frankly the western part of the united states has large swaths of federal lands and so you know there's a live active fight right now between people who believe that those lands should belong to them personally as opposed to the people of the united states as a whole and those folks are willing to grab their guns and do what they need to do and that is concerning in this part and does at least seem to weigh in in a very different manner than the federal government has traditionally weighed in on that question last question to you is there anything else that you'd like to say about the case your experience with it a correction of a narrative that's taken hold around the pardons anything else yeah i have taken issue with some of the things that i seen headlines in press coverage of the pardon for example i saw a wall street journal i think it was by the editorial board put out a piece saying worthy part in for the hammonds where they're facts didn't match up with the evidence that was presented at trial and frankly didn't match up with the jury's verdicts in my opinion for example they said in two thousand eleven the federal government charge to oregon ranchers with arson and destruction of federal property for having done nothing more than utilize the same fire management tools that the government routinely employee's that's that's all i mean the government doesn't use thirteen year old boys with strike anywhere matches and tell them the high creek no.
"arson" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"The benefit of many statements that witnesses testified stephen hammond and or dwight ham and had made over the years regarding fires on the ellen land so there was testimony at trial that in nineteen ninety nine that stephen hammond set a fire on his own land that escaped onto the federal lands contiguous with his property i believe pam and ranches owned about thirteen thousand acres and they were using twenty six thousand of veal m's acres to graze their cattle so in two thousand three stephen hammond told the blm according to testimony of witnesses at trial that he'd started fires all over the area and you guys have never caught me so you put witnesses on the stand and they told you things that steven incriminating things stephen him and said correct including in two thousand six during steen's mountain advisory council meeting stephen hammond according to a witness who testified at trial said why go through the trouble of coordinating prescribed burns with public lands agencies when a match in the month of august would accomplish the same thing and then in two thousand one another of the fires that that he was convicted of in this case there was testimony at trial that he gave a thirteen year old a box of matches and told him to light the whole country on fire this was this was a cousin of his this was a relative of his yeah but stephen apparently gave him a box of matches and told him to start lighting the country on fire thirteen year old did he ended up having to shelter in a creek because firewalls fire started going up around him he said testified eight to ten feet tall and he thought that he was actually going to die why he was able to escape by sheltering in the creek that was his testimony at trial that he was specifically directed to do this and that this was something that his understanding was it was not the first time that stephen hammond had been involved in something of this nature right so they plead guilty basically to what they were going to be found guilty of and they knew the sentence was five years but what happened at sentencing the sentence as you said in the law says it's a mandatory minimum of five years so take me through why why wasn't for a time right so the sentencing hearing happened on the day before the the trial judge who was also the initial sentencing judge was about to retire after british or it was over thirty years on the bench for judge hogan he had a very distinguished career and he had noted at trial a few times that you know he grew up with cows he was familiar with the outdoors he was familiar with oregon being very rural he was familiar with the life of ranchers or what have you and he he made comments to that effect a little bit here and there just sort of to break the ice with the parties in what have you but then ultimately when the sentencing happen you decided that he was not going to impose the mandatory minimum he made an eighth amendment analysis finding that it would essentially constitute cruel and unusual punishment because it would be so disproportionate to the actual conduct that it would be unconstitutionally unfair and he sent his initially dwight to i believe it was three months in stephen to maybe a year in a day something along those lines significantly below arm just a simple caveman and not a lawyer but i thought mandatory minimum mandatory is there any leeway to ignore mandatory minimum not under these circumstances in a drug case for a first time offender there's what's called a safety valve where if the prosecutor files emotion saying you know this person has no priors and they were not the kingpin or what have you then the judge can sentence them below the mandatory that's in the law that's written into the law like relenting correct were you still with the government when the when the federal government's appeal was upheld and they were a sense to the mandatory minimum yes i was and what was your reaction then well i wasn't surprised on the ninth circuit court of appeals on the west coast is not known to be the.
"arson" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"Father and son cattlemen from oregon dwight and steve hammons were pardoned by donald trump this week you may recall that their five year sentence for burning federal lands to cover up illegal killing of deer touched off a weeks long standoff when militia members aligned with cliven bundy took over a us wildlife refuge in that resulted in a death and some jail sentences so again these were the cattleman whose original sentencing touched off that standoff these they weren't part of the standoff but donald trump came in and did part in them and in the wake of that there's been some frankly misreporting about the facts of the case so let's go to a primary source and marie scarlatti was assistant us attorney for the us department of justice she was one of the prosecutors of the case she's now in private practice in georgia hello ann marie how are you and jen well thank you how are you doing good could you tell me how the case came to you and your office said the case all cases come to the us attorney's office by being presented by a law enforcement agency usually a federal one and in this particular case bureau landmanagement federal law enforcement agent brought the case to the us attorney's office for prosecution based on a history of both what's called fire trespasses and suspected intentional settings of fire which depending on the circumstances is also known as our sin occurring in a particular area of oregon and continually linked to to the same particular family and because those fires came very close to many of the firefighters and put them at risk of danger to the point where they were racing away from the fire and conceal hot flames and fire on their face because of that actual scenario the blm agent finally brought it to the us attorney's office and said we've been having problems with them for decades frankly would you please do something about it at this point and that was in two thousand and six that those fires took place correct so the the trial was in two thousand twelve right correct it's it took six years to take it to trial yes was there gray area in terms of prosecution was there discussion is this the sort of thing that we are here to prosecute you know what was the decision making in your office which may have taken place above you i don't know but certainly it was communicated to you generally it can be very hard to improve the intent for arson but also for the most part people don't on purpose just set fires to large swats of federal lands so while the us attorney's office has probably declined thousands more arson cases from federal lands than it's actually prosecuted this one at the point where firefighters felt like they were endanger for their life not unaccounted the fire they were fighting but on account of private landowners contiguous to the fire they were fighting that's where rose to threshold pretty the us attorney's office that this is something that we have to deal with right through this was a large fire this was dangerous fire but as you said it's hard to prove intent so how did you do that at trial well we have.
"arson" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"The following content is explicit it's friday july thirteenth two thousand eighteen from slate it's the gist i'm mike pesca study came out really not a study more of an algorithm based data correlation and what they did was they looked at consumer purchases and they found that what you bought could help identify your ideology and even your race here let me read from the washington post university of chicago booth school of business economists marianne bertrand and emir kamenica taught machines to guess a person's income political ideology race education in gender based on either their media habits their consumer behavior or their social and political beliefs now first of all i like this researcher emir kamenica and i like it because his name is an anagram of mike american and i strongly identify with but the idea's are interesting too so what you do is you have they have all this house whole data and if they know some of the things that you're buying or not buying they have taught a computer to correctly identify what race the person is and the notable thing is they've been doing this or they have the data for years and it's getting easier and easier to correctly as not even guessing to correctly predict a person's race so dockers used to be kinda republican pants now they're really republican pants ranch dressing is quite the republican dressing twenty years ago told me some eight ranch dressing i'd say maybe a republican now i'd say oh yeah that guy's a republican but the race stuff fascinates me the most because i think i have found a great use for the information so the data suggests that there are some products some types of products that correlate to whiteness and here's some of the fascinating ones you're ready owns a flashlight very good predictor of being a white person owns a dishwasher perhaps that's not fascinating this is more a correlation to homeownership owns a shovel you know those white people what with their shovels and all now here is my idea of how to use this how this can really change everything in one very important field and that field is comedy stand up comedy it has long been a standard trope of comedy that people of different ethnicities navigate the world in different ways they said funnier than that but this pacific example cited or older obvious or cliche or just out of date so what i've done is i've scoured some standup routines of comics and i've helped them out by inserting scientifically proven rather than just assumed household products to use his examples let's start with this one the white people know something real quick about minorities we love not owning a flashlight i saw arguably the whitest thing i ever saw in my life last pickles i saw a white guy in the airport with a shovel don't mess stove top stuffing it's funny because it's a stereotype back by data on the show today i spill pout more consumer products namely cereal in how serial explains democratic strategy but doesn't really explain it self but first a couple of pardons were in the news ranchers who purposefully set federal lands ablaze couple days ago trump pardon them we talked to the original prosecutor who fills in some details just what it was that these ranchers did.
"arson" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Arson and people to go it uh i decided that it was good to come back and i'm i'm still working with my same team that i worked with before i just have to i'm just a little bit busier you know you know uh owning owning my own jim too so i will point how long ago did you start to get that it she gin and start to think you know what i can actually do this everything's good in my life the stars are lining when did you start to have those thoughts uh probably honestly like a year ago uh while i always i've just been i've been training in i've been training since the last time i fought i just had a ton of figaro my body and figure out ways to do it smarter and what i can handle in and i just really needed that time off and and it was a good thing because i i feel great now and i'm actually better than i've ever been you know uh teaching eyes as kinda put an emphasis on my technique has gone a lot better and the only reason why i have in fought earlier than i have now is because i got married on so i didn't want to like debts my my wife you know she lets me do whatever i want uh pretty much so i kinda thought it would be kinda rude to take anything away from adding so once out was over decided that it was uh it was a good time to get back out there congratulations on getting married how how is married life for you julian.