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Two Darwin Notebooks, Missing for Decades, Were Most Likely Stolen

WBBM Late Morning News

00:38 sec | Last month

Two Darwin Notebooks, Missing for Decades, Were Most Likely Stolen

"Has revealed the two notebooks written by Charles Darwin or missing and have been for decades, CBS is Vicki Barker. Notebooks are worth millions. The last time they were seen was 20 years ago this month, when they were taken to be photographed. A couple of months later, someone realized they were no longer on their assigned shelf. I have reluctantly comes to conclusion that these notebooks have probably being stolen library and Jessica Gardner is heartbreaking heartbreaking freezes freezes freezes Heartbreakers Heartbreakers Heartbreakers Heartbreakers have have have have have the the the the the notebooks notebooks notebooks notebooks notebooks include include include include include the the the the the sketch sketch sketch sketch sketch for for for for for Darwin's Darwin's Darwin's Darwin's Darwin's famous famous famous famous famous Tree Tree Tree Tree Tree of of of of of life. life. life. life. life. Three Three Three Three Three of of of of of evolution. evolution. evolution. evolution. evolution. British British British British British police police police police police have have have have have been been been been been informed. informed. informed. informed. informed. But But But But But after after after after after 20 years the trail is cold. Vicki Barker, CBS News, London and

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Missing Ink: Darwin Notebooks, Long Unseen, Now Believed Stolen

WBBM Morning News

00:37 sec | Last month

Missing Ink: Darwin Notebooks, Long Unseen, Now Believed Stolen

"Cambridge University's reveal the two notebooks written by Charles Darwin, the father of the theory of evolution. Are missing and believed stolen for notebooks are worth millions. The last time they were seen was 20 years ago this month, when they were taken to be photographed. A couple of months later, someone realized they were no longer on their assigned shelf. I have reluctantly comes to conclusion that these notebooks have probably being stolen library and Jessica Gardner is heartbreaking freezes heartbreaking. This happened. The notebooks include the sketch for Darwin's famous Tree of life Theory of evolution. British police have been informed. But after 20 years the trail is cold.

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7 held for suspected tanker hijack after UK commando raid

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

7 held for suspected tanker hijack after UK commando raid

"British police say seven stowaways seized when naval special forces stormed an oil tanker in the English Channel have been arrested on suspicion of hijacking I'm sure police say the man believed to be from Nigeria being held on suspicion of seizing or exercising control of the ship by using threats of force although they have not been charged police say the twenty two crew members of the not the Andromeda a safe and will offer the raid which unfolded off the darkness fell on Sunday special boat service commandos were lowered by rope from helicopters onto the tanker whose crew had locked themselves in a secure part of the ship within minutes the stowaways were in custody Charles the live as well London

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UK doctors demand free meals for kids as COVID fuels hunger

Barnett Financial Hour w/ Rick Barnett

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

UK doctors demand free meals for kids as COVID fuels hunger

"Government to reverse course and provide three meals for poor Children during school holidays as a cove in 19 pandemic pushes more families into poverty. House of Commons last week rejected legislation that would have provided free meals during all school holidays through the Easter break. British police are

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Stolen books worth £2.5m found under floor of Romanian house

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Stolen books worth £2.5m found under floor of Romanian house

"Collection of rare and valuable books that were stolen from a warehouse in London three years ago have just resurfaced. The stash includes first edition works by Galileo, Isaac Newton and other great minds, and it turned up Wednesday and a hidden space under a house in rural Romania. British police say the recovered books have a combined worth of over $3 million but beyond their value We're also irreplaceable. The books were stolen in 2017 and a heist that sounds like something out of mission. Impossible. Burglars cut holes in the roof of a warehouse and repelled inside to avoid motion detectors, then loaded the books into bags and climbed back up ropes to make their getaway. Investigators say a Romanian organized crime group was responsible 12 suspects Have pleaded guilty.

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UK police arrest man over string of stabbings in Birmingham

Rush Limbaugh

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

UK police arrest man over string of stabbings in Birmingham

"Need British police today arrested a 27 year old man on suspicion of murder and seven counts of attempted murder after a string of weekend stabbings and a busy night nightlife district in Birmingham, a 23 year old man killed in the attacks and a man and woman age 19 and 30 to remain in critical condition this morning and don't rather this afternoon at VT. We leave local I'm Steve counts Wlbt

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1 dead and 7 injured in late-night stabbing attacks in U.K.

Ric Edelman

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

1 dead and 7 injured in late-night stabbing attacks in U.K.

"A manhunt is underway in England. British police say one man is dead and seven others injured after the suspect began stabbing people late last night in a busy nightlife area of Birmingham Chief Superintendent Steve Grahame says the attacks appear to be random. It doesn't pay to be running attack because we haven't found any links between the victims. Either in their nature or what way they were socializing. Police say it doesn't appear to be terror related and they're looking for just one suspect.

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1 killed, 7 hurt in late-night stabbings in UK's Birmingham

Hefren-Tillotson's Your Money and You

00:28 sec | 4 months ago

1 killed, 7 hurt in late-night stabbings in UK's Birmingham

"British police say that multiple people were injured in late night stabbings in a busy nightlife area in the central England city of Birmingham. Police aren't releasing many details at this time. But one witness who spoke with the BBC says there was a lot of racial tension beforehand. Most of it was racial slurs, which With one of the clubs I work is my Miley populated boy. Black culture, Asian culture, So for racial slurs to be thrown around, it was quite rare.

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Multiple people injured in series of stabbings in England

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Multiple people injured in series of stabbings in England

"British police say one person has died and others injured in a series of stabbings in the central England city of Birmingham which they've categorized as a major incident west Midlands police say officers were called to reports of a series of stabbings late Saturday night quickly cooled me off an area in the center of the city full of bars and nightclubs witnesses say popular spots were busy with many people eating and drinking at outdoor tables emergency services were at the scene quickly to ensure the injured received quick medical care police say the response would continue for some time and urged people to stay away from the area it's not immediately clear what exit to the serious incidents Charles Taylor this month London

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German Police Dig Through Garden in McCann Investigation

WBBM Late Morning News

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

German Police Dig Through Garden in McCann Investigation

"Clues in a 13 year old missing person's case. German police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have been digging up a garden plot near Hanover in connection with their probe. Madeleine disappeared from a holiday apartment in Portugal in 2007. Last month, a German convicted sex offender and burglar named only it's Christian be was identified as the chief suspect, among other things, he had been living in the area at the time. British police are still treating this as a missing persons case. The German Police say there sure Madeleine is dead. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London, Florida Man got

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Reading: UK police rule deadly park stabbings 'terrorist attack'

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Reading: UK police rule deadly park stabbings 'terrorist attack'

"British police have announced they've arrested a twenty five year old man accused of the stabbing spree in the city of reading on Saturday killing three and injuring another three victims Metropolitan Police assistant Neil boss you highlighted the bravery of three officers who stopped the attack I'd like to praise the actions of Thames valley police colleagues who responded immediately and they detained the attacker nearby anon I think police are calling this a terrorist attack

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UK police say they are now treating stabbings that killed 3 as a terrorist attack

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:15 sec | 7 months ago

UK police say they are now treating stabbings that killed 3 as a terrorist attack

"British police say they are treating a stabbing attack that left three people dead and three others injured as a terrorist incident authorities say counter terror detectives are taking over the investigation the attack happened in a park this weekend in the town of reading a twenty five year old man is in

Stabbing at U.K. Park Is Declared a ‘Terrorist Incident’

Kuhn's Cooking Hour

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Stabbing at U.K. Park Is Declared a ‘Terrorist Incident’

"British police say they are treating a stabbing rampage in a park that killed three people as a terrorist attack dean Haydon the UK's coordinator of terrorism and counterterrorism policing say counter terror detectives were taking over the investigation into the attack in the town of reading west of London three people were killed and three seriously wounded in stabbing some readings Forbury gardens park on Saturday evening a twenty five year old man is in custody here's Metropolitan Police assistant commissioner Neil Basu will lead the motivation for this horrific act

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London protests: More than 100 arrests after violent clashes with police

Purity Products

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

London protests: More than 100 arrests after violent clashes with police

"Correspondence to a lot of jealousies reports of British police arrested more than one hundred people after protesters including far right activists out to protect what they called cultural heritage sites clashed with officers in London they were hurling insults acting aggressively towards policemen in towards the media the important thing to remember is that the black lives matter movement canceled yesterday's demonstrations with simply because they did not want to be involved in what transpired

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Protests and clashes in London, Paris over George Floyd's death

WBZ Midday News

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

Protests and clashes in London, Paris over George Floyd's death

"Thousands of people turned out in Paris for another weekend of global protest over police brutality and racism sparked by the killing of George Floyd British police have imposed strict rules there I'm picky Barker in London the black lives matter organizers called off their protest here for fear of outside agitators the educators showed up anyway mostly white men some waiting clenched fists or making

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New suspect identified in 2007 disappearance of Madeleine McCann

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

New suspect identified in 2007 disappearance of Madeleine McCann

"New developments in the thirteen year disappearance of Madeleine McCann the British toddler vanished from her bedroom in Portugal while on vacation with her family correspondent Iain Lee says German and British police announced a new suspect in the case the forty three year old male suspect is currently serving time in prison for sexual contact with underage girls and German media reports the rape of an American tourist in two thousand and five investigators believe the suspect lived near the resort where the McCann family was staying phone records place them in the area of the night Madeline was abducted thirteen years ago

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British police ID suspect 13 years after Madeleine McCann vanished

Fox News Rundown

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

British police ID suspect 13 years after Madeleine McCann vanished

"British police believe they have a break in the case in the disappearance of a three year old girl thirteen years ago investigators say they believe a German man is the suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann she vanished in may two thousand seven while on vacation with her family in the Praia da Luz resort area in Portugal police believe the suspect is linked to a camper van in the area and are looking for more information about it anybody who can place that vehicle in certain areas or anywhere around in PDL will partially used or and the surrounding areas and did they say a German mile without vehicle detective mark Cranwell didn't identify the man but says he's already imprisoned in Germany on an unrelated

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Spokesman For Russian President Putin Hospitalized With Coronavirus

WBT Afternoon Programming

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Spokesman For Russian President Putin Hospitalized With Coronavirus

"A key aide to Russian president Vladimir Putin Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says he's hospitalized with covert nineteen fifty two year old has been potent spokesman since two thousand eight British police investigating after railway ticket office worker who was spat on by a man claiming to have the corona virus died with cold at nineteen officials say belly magenta was working at London's Victoria station March twenty second when a man spat and cough batter and a colleague both workers fell ill within days the forty seven year old machine good died in a London hospital April fifth prime minister Boris Johnson called the attack

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"british police" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"british police" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"On KNX British police drag WikiLeaks, founder, Julian Assange out of the Ecuadoran embassy paving the way for his extradition to the US face conspiracy charges right now, your traffic and weather together every ten that. It's all the fives. Here's Barbara little slowing in west LA. They just pushed a still pick up truck out of lanes off the freeway four or five southbound past the ten causing you just the little delay through their work going on in downtown one ten northbound connector to the one one northbound shut down the delays of eased up, but it's still jammed into the east LA interchange on the sixty westbound the connector northbound is closed and the connector to the tan west down there. Also in the entertain down to one lane only the left lane opens so watch out for slowing starting at Whittier boulevard aligns close to Norwalk five northbound normal boulevard to the six oh, five slowing things from rosecrans, he can exit there. Go to the six oh, five take that north back to the five, but you'll see a little delay on northbound six oh five as your coach the five and. Our full closure and fem ballet continues into the morning hours on the four zero five southbound Warner brookhurst, you're off the freeway that's slowing things before magnolia. If you exit before that beach, go south to editor editor Easterbrook, her still get you back to the four oh five southbound and all lanes closed in corona fifteen northbound wiring to L cerita, your detoured on to Meskel, and that's a little slow and a Sigler in Marino valley, sixty westbound for he cocks CHP investigating a deadly accident in the two right lanes. Little jammed up from Paris boulevard still very slow out of Redlands into Cala Mesa because of roadwork going on in a couple of left lanes in a couple of different places there. But if you take the sixty it's no better through the badlands. They're working both sides before the ten down to one lane. Eastbound the champ upside there through the mountain pass here next report at twelve oh five Barbara Brooks. More traffic more often Kennex ten seventy NewsRadio. Dante sixty five at eleven fifty seven. Remember to take with you anytime anywhere. Download the radio dot com.

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"british police" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"british police" Discussed on KNSS

"Your loss that greasy spoon just off the interstate and your cabin in the woods. Welcome to coast to coast AM. I'm Richard Serra tonight. This morning. We're coming to you live from coast Toronto, Canada, Phileas in-depth radio. News talk ten ten. Every decade or so the wireless industry. Rolls out a new cellular communication standard that can transmit more data more quickly. Already under development is the next round called five G because it's the fifth major generation of these standards for encoding and transmitting data over radio waves. The first generation retroactively called one g was fully analog system for transmitting voice. In contrast to g phones, transmitted voice and data digitally subsequent generations three g in two thousand and four g in two thousand ten may technical improvements that broad data rates up from two hundred kilobits per second to hundreds of megabits per second. Now with twenty twenty fast approaching five G is expected to transmit one gigabit per second. And perhaps as many as ten gigabits per second. What does it all mean is it safe and associate professor of environmental studies will be here in the first half of coast to coast AM to discuss. And hours three and four a retired British police officer who retired in fact to pursue his interest in uncovering the truth about UFO's. We'll talk about among other things his police reporting sightings of UFO's database. Perhaps the most credible of all witnesses police men and women reporting UFO sightings, he'll also discuss his new investigation into the rental Shem forest UFO incident and his new documentary on this subject capable green. Welcome to the audio imaginarium come on in weary, traveler, hang your clothes on a pack. Grab a store and come warm yourself by the fire. There are stories to be told and you are among friends. I'm Richard Sarut. This is coast to coast AM. Why don't you stay awhile?.

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"british police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

16:00 min | 2 years ago

"british police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Retired British police detective, the editor of UFO truth magazine, and the founder of proof Ohs police reporting UFO sightings database, and I'm wondering Gary is there any evidence or do you suspect that there is in a police handbook some sort of a protocol for how police are to handle UFO sightings? I think the answer is. Yes, I'm no which makes it sound a bit strange, but historically, what used to happen news member with public ran into a police station and the big treated seriously by whoever police wise, call then they will ask to complete a form that was then in the days of old telexed FOX too. Good ministry defendants in London. So then to decide whether they will do any follow up inquiries, which was invariably. No, they didn't it was very much. Just a that's probably a lot like project. Blue book was really just a public office. We wanted to people in and it was just a front for more serious investigations. Please for season two thousand nine I alerted to the fact that the MLD it's so them Louis camisoles closed US, lower silicate existed for all the fifty years, they closed it suddenly without any warning saying that it was on the grounds of Cusco tin. There was only one person in Austin said fifty thousand pounds, but he was ironic because in two thousand nine b there was a big increase in science. And I think the real reason is, but for a long time the ministry of defence wanted to they were getting bogged down in freedom in the nation actre- quests on US soil material and went really against the freedom of information act was they thought they were gonna get requests about the army, the, eccentric, etc. But they were getting bogged down in a big. Increase in whole relented material. So I think that's why they pull the plug guessing what the cost in excuse was just an excuse. So now the two thousand nine there is no facility. No set procedure for police five please falsehoods in the UK as far as I'm aware. I want to do if a member of the public or indeed a police officer society, which is a pretty crazy situation. And when the police the NFL decided to hold the desk, I come back to replace false and got me into trouble because my own chief constable. Basically got wind and I sent him a copy saying, all please sauces. You must be aware of this because you are still gonna get US holder thoughts from the historically most region. Larry's in Britain called counted. So many reports that's not gonna stop just because the ministry of defence of closest fast. What are you going to do? And I go really good response within two weeks. I was mad the single point of contact to counties. Another twenty four said, thank you very much. We'll bring my super nice next strategy meetings. And then suddenly my chief comes to believe instructed my chiefs in superintendent to begin disciplinary proceedings against me for bringing the false into disrepute. Just because I'd written a private letter clearly state, and I was acting in a private space. But I did the best you aware of. This force was well aware of my to the team with the best from two thousand and two. But nevertheless, you big organization and I was subjected to year investigation, which I was ended up getting a written warning just because I wrote to demo day. And told me the writing was on the wall really say if a big organization wants to identify you as a problem, they can make life very difficult, and I'm sure people out there. Whether it be health service and things like that fire service things like this happen. You can't beat the big v. And so in the end, I had to say, well, I didn't enjoy my chief constable that I was going to do this until I. Molested twelve to the ministry of defence, no place. And so because of that I was given a twelve month written morning, but during that year long process takes forever at my job was on the line for a time until ready. Classification of misconduct. Wasn't the news was a level two misconduct, which means you couldn't get signed. But I mean, all right and the private lesser, I could've imagined. But if I chained myself naked to the railings outside the houses of parliament shouting on the only to the US was unreal. And and see it. Grounds to do that. But that's all I did right to lesson to all the different regional county. Police forces say that I was off to say how did the best? And I want to just let you know that you can have to make provision that people when they contact you. But that's the story. And that was one of the reasons why I decided to leave early because I thought that if they want problem they they will make find a way to do. So either close encounter reports on the database where a police officer has been not just as a sighting, but I don't know an abduction or some sort of contact only they're only a couple. There is one very famous cash is vessels Allen Doug Frey, who is that who was a West Yorkshire police officer around ten years after retired on the ill health. But basically he had a sighting in nineteen eighteen November nineteen eighty just before the rental shin incidents, and he was had that now H regarded as Britain's first documented abduction cash, so he's he's got a place in history. And basically could along studies show he was driving these please. Early hours of the morning. On a on a in a town called? And basically he saw a useful walking the road. He was literally filling the Lord couldn't drive pass. So you have to stop stop within fifty meters. Also, be subject that was spinning had like that just like kind of diamond shit. The Boston half was rotating clockwise putting along study show. Not so missing time. Well, this is nineteen eighteen she's just at the advent of comedian well before the X files, and in a very different world from what we now fish what people are well accustomed to the stories valley now Dixon. This was a classic case of missing time. He found himself beating Goldstien why why she found himself on some kind of a room with small creatures objects put in some equipment on these legs. He led down on some kind of a bad, and they were putting equipments on his legs. And he cried them they mind, but she's nineteen lump peds. Both had big is which is now what we would dissociate with small graphics. He was led to hypnotize by two professors at Manchester university, and there were four sessions set every three months over a year periods at three of those video recorded the videos have never been released in full, although I have seen them and they're amazing. And if he's alive. I don't think he's lying. It's all very very famous catch. And like I say historically Britain's I recalled it. Well, we called it that picture, and he was a uniformed police officer. And when he went public, which he never really meant to do. But the press get hold of it and one thing escalates. Suddenly found himself in the spotlight, and he was being interviewed by film, crews all of the wealth. He's got a very negative effect on his life his marriage drink. One point to the brink of suicide because he's moving ridiculing his children being ridiculed. Probably if you ask me now. A good friend when I research and started. If you ask me now, you probably wish not happen because you know. Very few people are expected to deal with some McClair will media spotlight and kept probably. Neg- negative connotations from. Do British police cars are they required to have dashboard cameras on board. Only the traffic has although it is changing now bear in mind. I left in two thousand fifteen but what you do see now. And I've got several friends. They're still serve it. They now wear regularly. What had comes which is new technology in some usually on had comes or shoulder comes. And so I think the days of being alone and not being filmed as it were in a scene. Now, if you USO experience now, providing the cameras on, and I don't know what the legal ruling is whether he has to be on. They were they just activated when they choose to. But if he was on certainly now most calves and most offices would be in a position to recall, what was going on which obviously beneficial to any kind of incident. Wessel, crime wise, and and are you aware of any such video footage a dashboard or or head camera footage existing of UFO's not? Well, yes, I have a the video from two thousand three that I know Yorkshire police officer posted from traffic now tropic, how are those roads and stuff people? So speeding and they just drive. Those kind of things there is a great little piece of footage. The footage itself is not Greg shows the place we the forward facing camera goes around the corner rural locations and on a hillside. He sees what? Sometimes just a single bright white lights flickering mad. She say light slows down. And then the objects might just fades away depends both the actual office any accurate. Stanton said it wasn't one line. That's just the way the camera took because the quality the camera. You said it was a collection of small white spheres, which people often see posters this white spheres that can together on a hillside. So completely different thing. Go we do have is a very good cash. A recent from two thousand sixteen but I've researched at from an area called center in South Wales. And and basically that was the police helicopter when they had their flip camera that forward the infrared camera looking forward, and they captured an object moving against the wind. He's not anything like a plane outlined or no. Warning lights or anything. No transponders, and they recalled this for eight minutes, not Chesa punish footage, and it's very good footage. But the have come down. I know who the spot to was on board. They've denied access to be officer interview. They tried to obstruct me along the way they did give me a video. But without any kind of. Information. It's all been blocked off. However, I have some contact to form a police helicopter spotters, and they will able to retrieve data to show exactly where it was plot maps things like that. And it's a very good piece of they detract the national media at the time now national newspapers and there's been several salaries outlet into that. And I think the most. The police in the United States where some flip. Teach Tekken by American police officers. There are many cases now west slows so come two thousand four Mexico sightings where we've got piece footage of eleven or twelve jets moving through cloud at such a that's what it looks like it's in black and white infrared. And I I certainly believe that in the infrared. Vision objects flying around. Why not? Where we're heading into a break here shortly when we come back I want to get into your your new documentary. But I've oh, but just a very quick question. Any thoughts to expanding the database to include North America, continental Europe? People ask me not in the past. And I'm I've been writing the police book about inside for about two years, but I've had to put on by the by burn sixty percent. Because of the development to the Reynolds from documentary capable green which life gets in the west sometimes, so we'll get doing the content of chop about worldwide sightings of police officers and we've been doing the magazine. It's time to do that really. And to your knowledge are there other databases around the around the world? Focusing exclusively on British eyewitness sightings. Sorry. I. I am aware of websites in the United States Canada. Wrapping we called some sightings not. Country. They just played a lot of my reports on from America from Brazil, any country weather, stay in place. But nothing specifically like, my it could be replicated anyways. All right. When we come back. We will talk about capable green, which is really in large measure, the Larry Warren story, and Gary Heseltine retired British police detective, the editor of UFO truth magazine, is with us will also opened up the phone lines and take questions and comments queenie lions trainee taking us into the break on coast to coast AM, one of.

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"british police" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"british police" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Retired British police detective, the editor of UFO truth magazine, and the founder of proof owes police reporting UFO sightings database, and I'm wondering Gary is there any evidence or do you suspect that there is in police handbook some sort of a protocol for how police are to handle UFO sightings? I think the answer is. Yes, some no which makes it sound a bit strange, historically, what used to happen news members of the public running into a police station, and the they it seriously by whoever police wise, call then they will to complete a form that was in the days of old telexed faxed to good ministry defense in London. So then to decide whether they would do any follow inquiries, which was invariably. No, they didn't it was very much just a fr- from. That's probably a lot like project glue book was really just a public office. So we wanted to people in and it was just a front for more serious. Let's please full season two thousand nine I alerted to the fact that the MLD sudenly Thomas old closed its US floriculture still take existed for all the fifty years, and they closed it suddenly without anyone warning saying that it was on the grounds of Cusco, Tim. There was only one person in the office. Nice say fifty thousand pounds, but it was ironic because in two thousand nine there was a big increase in science, and I think the real reasons but for a long time, but then through defense wanted to they were getting bogged down in freedom information requests on US, all material. It went really against will be freedom of information act was they thought they were going to get requests about the army, the navy, etc. Etc. But they were getting bogged down in a big increase in you whole relented. Material. So I think that's why they pull the plug. I think what. The cost in excuse was just that an excuse. So now, I have two two thousand nine there is no facility. No set for CJ. For police five losses in the UK. As far as I'm aware. I want to do if a member of the public or indeed of society, which is a pretty frigid situation. And when the police the decided to hold the desk, I come to replace false, and he got me into trouble because my own chief constable. Basically got wind and I sent him a copy saying all police forces. You must be aware of this because you are still going to get US holder thoughts from the historically most region. Larry is in Britain called counties. Get so many reports that's not gonna stop just because the ministry of defence of closest that's what are you gonna do. And I got really good response within two weeks. I was mad. The single point of contact to is another twenty four said, thank you very much. We'll bring the super nice next strategy meetings. And then suddenly my chief comes to believe destructed my chiefs in superintendent to begin disciplinary proceedings against me for bringing the false into disrepute just because I'd written prize at you clearly state, and I was at the private estate. How did that best you aware of this? My force was well aware of my to the team with the best from two thousand and two. But nevertheless, you time to beat the big organization, and I was subjected to a year investigation, which I was ended up getting a written warning just because I wrote to demo day and told me that the writing on the wall really say, it's a big organization wants to identify you as a problem, they can make life, very difficult. And I'm sure people out there. Whether it be health service and things like that fire service things like this happen. You can't beat the big v. And so in the end, I have to say, well, I didn't employ my chief constable that I was going to do this until I tend to to the ministry of defence no place says and so because of that I was given a twelve month morning during the year long process. Takes forever at my job was on the line for a time until ready fi classification of misconduct wasn't used was a level two misconduct. Which means you couldn't get. But I mean also writing a private letter I could have imagined. But if I chained myself naked to the railings outside the houses of parliament shouting on me to the US and ET's here drowns to do that. But that's all I get right to left to all the different regional county. Police sources say that I was off to say I had the best. And I want to just let you know that you can have precisions people when they come you. But that's the story. And that was one of the reasons why I decided to leave early because I thought that if they want. They they will make find a way to do. So either close encounter reports on the database where a police officer has been not just as a sighting, but I don't know an abduction or some sort of contact there. Are only a couple. There is one very famous cash, and it is that's of Allen dogs. Great. Who is who was a West Yorkshire police officer around ten years after retire on the ill health. But basically he had a sighting in nineteen eighteen November nineteen eighty just for the rental Renton incident, and he was had now h regarded as Britain's first documented abduction cash, so it's he's got a place in history. And basically couldn't along studies show he was driving these please early hours of the morning on a on a a in a town called. And basically you saw US for walking the the world literally filling the road. You couldn't drive. Got to stop. He stopped VIN. Fifty is also on subject that was spinning. Had like that just like kinda diamond shit. Like, the Boston half was rotating clockwise cutting long studies show, you got some missing time is nineteen eighteen this is just the advent of the median well before the X files, and in a very different world from what we now fish where people are well accustomed to the stories daily. This was a classic case of missing time. He found himself goski why why she found himself on some kind of a room with small creatures objects. Putting some equipment on these legs led down on some kind of a bad, and they were putting equipment on these lakes and Haiti sky them they mind nineteen lump peds both had big is which is now what we would dissociate with small cetera. He was later hypnotize. By two professors at Manchester university, and there were four sessions set every three months over a year periods. Three of those video ecology videos have never been released in full, although I have seen them and they're amazing. And if he's alive. I don't think he's lying atoll and very very famous cats. And like I say historically Britain's I recall it well recorded. And he was a uniform place. I'll say when he went public Ritchie never really meant. But the press get hold of it and one thing escalates. Suddenly found himself in the spotlight, and he was being interviewed by film, crews all of the world he's got a very negative effect on his life his marriage drink in one point to the brink of suicide because he's moving ridiculing children being ridiculed. Probably if you ask me now. Good friend when I researched and story. If you ask me now, you probably wish not happen because you know. Very few people. Expected to deal with something. Will maybe a spotlight, and it got probably neg- negative connotations from. Do do British police cars are they required to have dashboard cameras on board. Only the traffic has although it is changing now bear in mind. I left in two thousand thirteen but what you do see now. And I've got several friends that still serve it. They now wear regularly had comes which is new technology. Some usually on had comes or shoulder comes..

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"british police" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

17:42 min | 2 years ago

"british police" Discussed on KTOK

"Download iheartradio for free. Welcome back. We're talking dick Redfern. You know, there's an old joke about paranoia, paranoia, Nick. But something along the lines of just because you're paranoid doesn't mean. Someone isn't really following you around at sort of the the the inspiration for this new book, a yours top secret alien abduction piles, you talk about the world in which we live where mass surveillance is sort of a gibbon now, right? Well, unfortunately, in of course, you know, for subsequent generations. The Dow growing to a world where I've never known any difference. You know? Right before the incident. I will remember that it was not that sort of. Well, right surveillance that we have. No. And you know, I think that's one of the unfortunate things future generations. It's going to be a normal thing for them. And and probably accepted as well. You mentioned in the book about the idea of the fear that people used to have that maybe the government's gonna talk us into getting a computer chip stuck under our skin. And then they can follow us be for all the good reasons for our health and wellbeing and all kinds of ways been in effect. They would be able to monitor everything we do everything about us. We already have a surveillance device like that we all carry them their cell phones. But the idea that our government that the UK government other governments around the world would put time and resources into not only investigation of these phenomena UFO's things of that sort Hailin abductions, but would monitor intimidate follow alien abductees, whether or not the government understands what illegal alien abductions are all about that. That idea would seem preposterous to many. But you make the case in this book that it's real and ongoing, right? Yes. I mean, the reason why I wrote the book which actually the official publication dates is the first of November. But people can already get it. But the the reason I wrote top sacred production falls is because over the years. I collected a number of official documents on abductions which obtain day classified information act in the UK and the US. And Finally, I was in a position where I could actually sort of put the book together and provide the radio with. Yes, it's another book on Eileen abductions. But instead of going just overall ground, you know, why not present people with the data showing how falls of being put together. Now, I start the book actually with the contract K movement of the nineteen fifties which preceded the duck shin phenomenon by just over about ten years or so and the reason I did that was to demonstrate to people from the word go so to speak. But government agencies do put together falls on paint. Luke claim to have had encounters, for example, just to buy all of the contracts as of the nineteen fifties. Like, Georgia Dom, schedule van Tassell Truman, bathroom, all Angelou. All of them had asked me, I falls opened on them. One of the main reasons Bain was because they claimed when eight and severe by the FBI that yes, they claimed to have these experiences with aliens, but they held the FBI that stay Balian had a government or governments very different too. I was and bordering on communism. And so that radio open, the eyes of the FBI to the extent that for example. Joe Johns hassles FBI file is extremely extensive. It's like about an inch thick Georgia Daamscus is about one hundred fifty pages. Olivio Angelou she's was about forty and so on. So you know, we have a precedent for the abduction phenomenon with the contact tape. People now in the fifties excuse me in the sixties things really kicked off with the option phenomenon in September, sixty one with the bathroom Barney hill case, which is I guess he's a defining moments in Ufology when it wasn't the first objection case on record. But he was certainly the one that really opened people's eyes when John Fuller rowdies book on the case interrupts the journey now in the story of Betsy Barney hill that coming back from a vacation in Canada, the city strange lights in the sky, and then things get weighed. They don't fail rights. They, you know, everything saves a bit surreal and strange, and I get back home. And then they start having these weird dreams and nightmares of being taken on board the strange craft with eighth straight. Creatures. Faint subject to strange any show. Save experiments now, what's particularly intriguing as that. I found a file in the British national archive on it revolved around a on Ronald wild men who was delivering a vehicle in the south of England. And he was like the morning back to I am. And as he was driving this vehicle to the location. They the lights on the car when I and the cost that's it and came to a halt, and they should they should become now to say the vehicle interference phenomenon within Ufology. What's intriguing is that they the British police force actually handed over the investigation because he reported it to the police sandy over to a group within the British will laugh was caused cold day promised and security services, like the the JAMES BOND, if you like of the of the Royal Air Force, I sort of get involved in espionage and counter intelligence things like that. What's interesting is in the file it talks about how they they published in security services aimed severe Ronald wild men about this encounter with a with a call to a whole to miss UFO was in front of him. And the most telling intriguing aspect is that he told the police, and this is a direct quotes that he was muddled about the time, which is an interesting thing because that sort of sounds just like, you know, the whole missing time angle of abduction law in today's world. But Rana while many in the foul actually refers to him saying that yes, he saw this UFO come down the lights went out at least vehicle, and then he kinda felt a bit strange checks his watch. And there was something about it. It's not actually, you know, full try completely in the file. But it says he was muddled about the time, which I think, you know, you put all those aspects together that has the potential for being a significant. Abduction case. I think about the contact. He's and I remember reading about them when I first got into the subject and thinking sort of with bemusement, well there there were interesting colorful, harmless sort of weirdos. But the the more you read about them the more interesting, they become a course people like a damn ski. Then when you realize that these guys telling us crazy stories, some some of them would say, you know, they they met these women and went to Venus and things like that. And you you have a hard time taking them literally. But when you realize that the government is really does follow them around and takes it seriously, for whatever reason, it makes me think of like the Robertson panel where the the CIA scientists studied you off oh topic. And they conclude the UFO's themselves are not a threat to national security, but reporting you up those might be because maybe the Russians could somehow manipulate public opinion is that a justification for following around people like a damn ski bathroom those, folks. Oh, yeah. Because I mean, Georgia Dome excuse first book flying saucers have landed published in the fifties that that's sold in huge figures gigantic numbers of books were sold. And a ski went on the lecture circuit all around the country. And he was talking about how the island supposedly had this sort of communist type of government and communism was the way of the future and the FBI file on a damn skate predominantly because he was someone. Yes. Talking about a controversial subject, namely UFO's and contact with alliens, but the FBI was more concerned as to how hateful rating is books and going to his lectures might be -fluenced by communist angle and a number of the the contact cheese. Had sort of similar approaches, for example, again in the UK Favre society created by George king that was closely watched by the British police force because George king area society. We're very much anti nuclear weapons, and so falls were opened on them. So in other words, yes, we have files opened on the contact. He's but predominantly because they have this political salons many of their claims, but the thing is at the end of the day. What it boils down to is the FBI and the other agencies were opening surveillance files on people who claimed close encounters, we've non human entities, you a report in the book that's coming out the first of November top secret alien abduction files. You report something that I hadn't read. Before it's about a very famous case Antonio VS boas. The this is an abduction case in which the guy had reported that he had sex with an alien female. And I'd never heard this new explanation. But it takes government surveillance to a whole different level. Tell that story. Well, yeah. This this is a strange. I mean, the the conventional aspect if you can call it a conventional aspect to the story goes back to the fifties. And he's a famous case from Brazil where this young man named. I'm told y'all villas boas claim to being taken on board a USO, and as you said he had sex with these beautiful looking alien woman, and and fraud purposes, he was taking on board against his will. So he was abducted. You know, it wasn't alien abduction case, we then you follow j you know, the perceived as being wishful thinking on the part of Antonio. Villas boas. Oh, you know. It was a really weird aspect of the phenomenon. Now, this little known aspects to this story, which places an entirely different slants on it'll now if you read carefully on Tonio bailiffs policies report that he put together. Brazilian UFO researcher and a doctor nine hundred love I'll fun he talks about how this craft that he was taking on board came down. And he started to feel weird is if he'd been drug somehow, and he said he was taken aboard this craft which he described as being sort of long and rectangular, and he had like something on top like a dish that was spinning around very fast, and he was making baiting noise. Now, that's kinda sounds not unlike a helicopter, you know, the shape the spinning disk on the roaches and the Beijing noise sounds like the classic Saudi get with the helicopter now man came forward in the late nineteen seventies. But he's still he didn't get very much publicity. He's name was Bosco Nedal kovic, and he had ties to say, I am various other agencies, and he told the ratio. Racist. Rich Reynolds of what he said was the real story. Namely that the the abduction was a fabrication and that that really did involve a helicopter, but they talk villas boas. He was working in the failed lights at night, and they released some sort of aerosol loosener genyk aerosol, which incapacitated him Tokyo bomb board the helicopter, and the woman was rarely there and the part was played out. But he he was in a sort of an altered states wasn't sure what was going on. And that was insulin ceremoniously dump back on the ground. And the the theory all the story was that's the agencies within governments the may well rail abductions, but they were also fabricating abductions that try and determine how. This was the fifties. Let's say is an Kyle and things like this. The plan was to try and determine to what extent they human mind could be altered. And you know, in other words, if we can convince people that can say, I aliens, we can convince them in anything that was basically what it came down to so Nedal kovic claim, but the the the abduction if you like was played out, and they kind of just been sat back and waited to say how much of the story was taken in. And when I realized that's the story of being embraced by Ufology. And it was a parenting books. It was a case of a job. Well done. Makes you wonder, you know, you have several examples of these pretty well documented abduction cases, where the the principal targets a think that that's it's something beyond just some alien presence that there's military or government involvement. It gets confusing as to, you know, throw a genuine alien abductions. And then you have agencies fabricating them to try and determine how the human mind can be altered, and they use the UFO angle is the motifs to try, and you know, to say how it works on paper or doesn't work. So you know, it gets really confusing when the could be real abductions and fabricated ones as well. It makes you wonder I mean is it possible? There are agencies that are investigating the abductees messing with them following them around listening to their phones, but not investigating the abductions themselves, the phenomenon it self or are they doing both and just not telling us. Well, I think this evidence that's it's actually both because some of the abductees that I spoke with said that they don't have number of occasions. I'd actually been visited by military personnel. And it wasn't like a a traumatic threatening. I might basically. It was more that these military personnel. We're actually approaching the duct tastes quietly requesting that they didn't talk about their experiences and some of them some of them have they basically the that. As the military. We're asking questions along the lines of well, can you give us some insights as to why this is being done. So in other words, they were trying to get to the heart of what the abductions were why they were being done. But you know, the case is there is good evidence. Also of surveillance of the of the abbots as a good example and somebody who's tied to coast to coast. Am Greg bishops. Greg told me how he had a pair of correspondence in the nineteen nineties with Dr Colloton who wrote a number of good books on abductions. And she was an app duct tape has self. And Greg told me how you know back in the early nineties, you know, sort of prey internet era, all of the latches they wrote to each other back and forth where opened and sail back down with type. And now this can clearly be done. You know as. Really without making it look like the envelope was torn open race sailed. It was almost as if whoever was doing base wanted Greg and Colloton to know that someone was opening their mail. In other words, he was sort of like an intimidation. Hey, you know, we're watching you. And that went on, you know, for quite a period, Greg is working tonight as our webmaster, by the way. So yeah, I I saw his name. I was going to mention that in the book and ask you about it. I there are a lot of people in the UFO field who, you know, are not as credible as Greg. Who are sure that the government's watching him? And I'm not sure I believe all of them. I believe him though, if he says, it, you know, I think sometimes, you know, there's no doubt that if you have a traumatic experience like an alien abduction. Then I think sometimes people can become sort of paranoid of every little thing in their life. You know, which is a dangerous road to go down. But insane. But I mean, another example is. The whole issue of black helicopters, which I think many papers..

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"british police" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"british police" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And he was ideally I was the morning right to I am and as he was driving this vehicle to the location. They the lights on the car when I am the cost. That's it and came to a halt, and they should they should become known as the vehicle interference phenomenon within you. Follow. Jay, what's intriguing is that they they British police force actually handed over the investigation because he reported it to the police over to a group within the British rule lifeless close cold day promised and security services, like the the JAMES BOND, if you like if they of the Royal Air Force, they sort of get involved in espionage and counter intelligence things like that. What's interesting is in the file it talks about how they they promised in security services aimed at Ronald wild minute by this encounter with the with the call came to a whole to miss UFO is in front of him and the most telling an intriguing aspect as it. He told the police, and this is a direct quote that he was muddled about the time. Which is interesting thing because that sort of sounds just like, you know, the whole missing time angle of abduction law in today's world. But Ronald law. Many in the foul actually refers to him saying that yes, he saw this UFO come down lights when a vehicle, and then he kind of felt a bit strange checked his watch. And there was something about it. It's not actually, you know, full try completely in the file what it says, he was muddled about the time, which I think, you know, you put all those aspects together that has the potential for being a significant Dutch in case, I think about the contact tees, and I remember reading about them when I first got into the subject and thinking sort of with bemusement, well there there were interesting colorful, harmless sort of weirdos. But the the more you read about them the more interesting, they become a course people like a damn ski. Then when you realize that these guys telling these crazy stories. Some of them would say, you know, they they met these women and went to Venus and things like that. And you have a hard time taking them literally. But when you realize that the government is really does follow them around takes it seriously, for whatever reason, I it makes me think of like, the Robertson panel where the the CIA scientists studied UFO topic, and they conclude the UFO's themselves are not a threat to national security, but reporting you of those might be because maybe the Russians could somehow manipulate public opinion is that a justification for following around people like a damn ski bathroom those, folks. Oh, yeah. Because I mean, Georgia Donskis first book flying saucers have landed publishing the early fifties. That that's sold in huge figures gigantic numbers of books were sold and a damn ski went on the lecture circuits all around the country, and he was talking about how the island suppose. Rosalie had this sort of communist type of government and communism was the way of the future and the FBI alphabet file on a damn skate predominantly because he was someone. Yes. Talking about a controversial subject, namely UFO's and contact with alliens, but the FBI was more concerned as to how hateful rating is books and go into his lectures might be -fluenced by Tommy any Stangl and a number of the contact cheese. I'd sort of similar approaches, for example, again in the UK say society created by George king that was closely watched by the British police force because George king area society, but very much anti nuclear weapons, and so falls were opened on them. So. So in other words, yes, we have files outbound on the contact Hayes, but predominantly because they have this political salons in many claims, but the thing is at the end of the day. What it boils down to is the FBI and the other agencies opening surveillance files on people who claimed close encounters, we've non human entities, you a report in the book that's coming out the first of November top secret alien files. You report something that I hadn't read before it's about a very famous case Antonio VS boas. The this is an abduction case in which the guy had reported that he had sex with an alien female. And I'd never heard this new explanation. But it takes government surveillance to a whole different level..

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"british police" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"british police" Discussed on AP News

"The problem excessive vacuum can cause the gas tank to deform well as other problems Ford says owners should keep the gas tank at least half full until repairs are made the recall is expected to begin on December tenth suspected of trying to steal an original Magna Carta from Salisbury cathedral in England British police have arrested a man in Wiltshire. Police say alarm sounded Thursday afternoon when a person tried to smash the glass box surrounding the magnetic cards at the thirteenth century documents on display he's one of four surviving originals. And police say it was not damaged and no one was hurt. Police say the man who was arrested matched a description given by witnesses pipebomb investigation. Trump blames media, I'm Tim Maguire, AP news minute. Federal authorities arrested a Florida man with a criminal history and was a supporter of President Trump accusing him of sending at least thirteen mail bombs to prominent Democrats and their supporters FBI director Christopher Wray says investigators found a key piece of evidence they uncovered a late and fingerprint from one of the envelopes containing an IUD that had been sent to congresswoman Maxine Waters. We have confirmed this fingerprint is that of Caesar say faces at least five federal charges in connection with the investigation. President Trump at a political rally in Charlotte North Carolina praised the investigation and denounced the media coverage of the pipe bomb mailing. We have seen an effort by the media in recent hours to use the sitter actions of one individual to score political points against me and the Republican party..

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"british police" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"british police" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Is that they've managed to fertilize those eggs to produce blastocyst they call him basically an embryo at a stage of development that could be implanted to go onto produce a baby using sperm from deceased northern white rhinos until the ideas then potentially to produce north another northern white rhino exactly but something pretty close to it they already have this this hybrid between the southern white rhino in the northern white rhino in embryonic form but actually know that plan is to go ahead and go out to africa got kenya and actually extract eggs using this perfected technique all the ethical issues at stake here as well or or is it something that everyone would just be happy to see go ahead well it's a good question i mean i think one of the big moral questions hanging over this is just we shouldn't be relying on in terms of conservation we shouldn't be relying on such high tech procedures for things to get this bad with a sub species with this species for them to be rescued essentially by this just incredibly high tech process but i think everybody is in agreement that it would be a good thing not to let the last of this subspecies die out one of the things i did ask professor hildebrand about is weather so many resources so many years so much money going into this operation to save one subspecies how can you justify that and he what he said was well actually this is such a huge animal it has such a big impact on the ecosystem in which it lives that actually letting it disappear is severely damaging to that ecosystem so while it still exists he feels that a sort of moral obligation if you like to bring it back that's the bbc signs correspondent victoria gill if you've ever wondered why some men seem to have a compulsive desire to drive a ferrari who wear a rolex watch a new study in the united states may have found the answer has unusual reporter richard hamilton explains it's all about testosterone a team from the water in school at the university of pennsylvania recruited about two hundred forty young men half of them were given a testosterone gel to smear on their skin while the other half received placebo they were then asked to choose between products that have been rated by another group as having the same quality but different status levi's jeans and lacoste shirts the latter being seen to confer more status the men who taken the hormone preferred lacoste dr gideon naveh who led the team says the study was motivated by a theory in volusia nri biology known as the hand decamped principle this he says provides a solution to a long standing puzzle the puzzle is that there are many organisms that possess traits do not directly increase their fitness other survival probability think for example of the peacock that carries a long heavy tail which make it a more vulnerable to being preyed upon and the solution to this has been the handicap principle and this is the idea that some animal just with handicaps under selves and by doing so they'll actually showing other animals that are sufficiently fit to have this handicaps in humans you can have a casio watch or rolex by having rolex you also showing that you can allow squandering resources on watch and by doing so you can signal others whether it's your competitor your coworkers or potential mates you're sufficiently rich to be able to spend this money which is very similar to what the peacocks are doing to spend energetic research says on growing this long day while some of us might not be surprised that men who drive ferraris are in fact now different from peacock showing off their feathers what's new about dr navajos research is that it's the first to suggest that testosterone provides the link between the animal and the human behavior it also shows that our brains have not really developed much over the millennia gideon naveh adds that the relationship between testosterone and status can work both ways while raise levels of the hormone might make you want to have a ferrari driving one at speed will probably also increase your testosterone levels richard hamilton reporting and that's all from us for now but it will be an updated version of the global news podcast later if you want to comment on this podcast or the topics covered in it you can send us an email addresses global podcast at bbc dot co dot uk i'm james cardinal until next time goodbye.

"british police" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"british police" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm james cardinal and in the early as of thursday the fifth of july these are our main stories police in britain who confirmed the two people who fallen critically ill close to where a former russian spy was poisoned were exposed to a nava chock nerve agent have been violent clashes in the occupied west bank over israel's planned demolition of a bedouin village between two jewish settlements scientists believe they found a way of bringing back the northern white rhino species with no living males also in this podcast warnings about media freedom in india after several journalists are murdered why there's imbaba way rugby team preferred to sleep on the streets rather than in a hotel in tunisia they were unhappy there wasn't a swimming pool and also that the internet was very slow and scientists find a way to track and destroy the honeybees greatest predator the asian hornets british police have confirmed the two people who fallen critically ill knitting the city of salisbury what poisoned with a nerve agent nova chalk it was in the city in march that's a former russian spy sergei script pal and his daughter yulia were attacked using the same type of nerve agent the metropolitan police assistant commissioner neil basso said the substance had been identified by chemical weapons research experts at approximately ten fifteen i am on saturday the thirtieth of june the south west ambulance service was called to a residential address in aymesburg a forty four year old woman had collapsed and she was subsequently taken to hospital at around three thirty pm that day the ambulance service was called back to that same address where a forty five year old man had also fallen ill the man was taken to hospital and wiltshire police then informed from initial assessment it was two patients had fallen ill after using drugs for potentially contaminated back however on monday the second of july due to concerns over the symptoms but if the man and the woman would display samples from both patients a potent down the bharati for analysis following the detailed analysis of those samples we can confirm that the man and woman have been exposed to the nerve agent nova joe which has been identified as the same agent contaminated yulia and sergei scrim as security correspondent gordon carreira considers the impact of these findings well i think it's hugely significant because people will be worried about public health but also significant for the investigation as we heard earlier there's no reason why these two individuals would have been targeted this diff the different from the script house so i think the most likely hypothesis and it is on your hypothesis is this is material leftover perhaps from the poisoning of the script house back in march the behalf of this was some of the nova chalk which was put together for that attack and then maybe discarded afterwards left somewhere perhaps in apart perhaps in a house and then these two individuals came across it the police and the government won't confirm that but that seems the most likely hypothesis if that's the case will on one level it will give them some investigative leads because they didn't know quite how it was brutal to and put together before and this might provide them with a crucial bit of evidence to what happened to the script owns but crucially the public health concerns that come from this because if that is indeed the case that this is leftovers from that attack in march than full months on two people have fallen critically ill by something which people had no idea it was there in the community in salisbury now they've stressed that this there's no sign of anyone else being ill and so therefore there shouldn't be great public health concerns but you can see why people at this stage will be worried and if indeed it is linked to the script house attack then this suggestion that russia was most likely be behind it well there's still casualties amounting from that attack four months on if that's the case gordon carreira more than thirty people being injured including three israeli police officers and at least eleven who've been arrested that's the result of clashes on wednesday near the bedouin village of ma in the west bank it's where dozens of homes are to be demolished protesters tried to obstruct bulldozers near the village and threw stones at officers.

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"british police" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"british police" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Clinton is does a terrible reflection on the the state of the funding of british police there is a need for this or is it more do you think that at jim from posh neighborhoods feel as need firm i think it's the latter i don't think there is a real need for it although i think that the police are underfunded and desperate need no i think it's absolutely ghastly idea it reminds me of either sort of vigilantism or it is just as you said the very wealthy who can afford sort of a little bit of private policing i think it's it undermines the police force it self which doesn't amazing job on not very much money they're overwhelmed not just by short money they're they're overwhelmed by bureaucracy the amount of time you have to spend if you go down to the cup shop filling out forms and so he's insane and that's time when they could be out on the beat zero take well i mean i'm i'm sort of in generally in favor of a splitting kind of private and public that if people can afford stuff is upset you find pay for it on top but she in truth any serious crime is still going to get referred to the police so it still keeps their workload high if not potentially higher because they've actually go people investigating you know burglaries the police really are struggling in the uk at the chicken london as huge of burglaries that aren't attended there's a sudden spike in knife crime that the not at the moment getting on top of the problem there i think they will do eventually and i can't see how this in particular helps not just the kind of general policing but also the notion that london is a kind of safe and happy place i mean it's it's beginning to kind of turn us into getaways city whereby one particular area gets extra attention you know the police is a state service in the uk and always has been hasn't doesn't occur like that in every country around the world but it's one of those things we hold quite dear i would like sort of say carrier.

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"british police" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"british police" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

"Yes but guaranteed no weeds out of that at that point i believe we've got to this point in the conversation but it's so interesting that what people think is a good thing to do yes and it's interesting some of the terms used to say trust your gut and protect yourself with probiotics what are what are dating probiotics well that's about being sensible and doing for example the british police who keep different statistics obviously as we were talking about earlier britain's a smaller smaller countries so it's easy to keep crime stats but what they discovered was that if you meet someone in britain on an online dating a new meet them either and you you can meet them in a bar but if either of you go home to one of each other's homes or how houses six times more likely to be sexually assaulted by that person than if you meet someone in a bar and the british police have said is now a new kind of sexual predator who's using apps so that particular chapter is about making sure that you stay safe always let someone know if you'll meeting i talked to one girl in the book who when she meets someone from dating app and they meet in real life she always takes a picture she asked for driving licence she takes it picture of it on the phone sends it to a friend and says this is who i'm going home with tonight so that you have sort of backup and then i have a whole system of how to get out of the situation that you're in if you feel the it's going south if if we're going to put what's one of the best things you can do to get out of an awkward situation.

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"british police" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"So it would have been hard for anybody to prove freely any thing based on the fact that they had been moved or which again is this weird ray throw them away zoom the theoretically they were taking them some were to examine them and they never returned to them yeah so we know poor landlords who had to replace all the doors can you imagine i mean i'm i imagine that the british police must do this is a semi regular practice and how many doors they must have in storage somewhere they probably got like a sort of a rebuilding kind of secondhand rebuilding materials store on all see i figured out it must actually be were the basis of monsters inc is that because it's nothing but doors you mean the basement of yes obargui i had that's just weird windows and doors stores and doors endorse and none of them go anywhere yes why it is i mean there's good of the police show up at his like uh fred west take all the doors and windows and the light fixtures and the all the switch plates oh yeah the heating rates the volvo pga oliva they're all they're really all know case if you want him back even come network store and buy them we will give him to you for twenty percent off illinois out yeah here that was visit us next door to the been man yeah so i like it they i it would be i don't know how the police gained access to his apartment initially again i would assume that it was a landlord key but we don't know for sure we don't know how secure the flat was to begin with if it was actually like a safehouse caliber flat or if it was just the government own place or or what so we do either of your member would floor what was the top floor but on us through the builders earth through four stories are for the most per okay so if it's tough lower than ogre i mean it too.

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"british police" Discussed on USA Today

USA Today

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on USA Today

"To his death and why he was arrested by british police military we in 1916 had are rising in effect genx median cork and his colleagues didn't rise because the rising had been called off and then was on again and uh and so that it's also the two danes do that but during the subsequent times nineteen eighteen we had election when the public supports the people who had taken this position and so in nineteen nineteen we had a couple of months at our own governments elected to call brew was elected to the first president but transmits mean he was an in later we'll one of the people who had been held in brazil book when he came back he then carried out his duties as a member of parliament he also became lord mayor of korca after his predescessors assassinations but he was very much aware of the philosophy of the whole an approach and say that the whole idea was to expose the british empire as an pride that was not working in the interests of the rs people so he was carrying out his duties as member of parliament as nordmann of cork and was arrested by the british and despite the fact that now we're talking about nineteen twenty we actually hundred government since 1919 and so he challenged them not militarily but you chancer marin atar see to be in ireland and to arrest him and his first citizens cocky said i am going to free myself so either you you free me and then you you've lost the the the uh the game if you like of confronting them marley about the entire he to arrest him the took him to britain they held him in london in prison in brixton prison and he he continued his hunger strike ah protesting that they had no has harshly over him and he died after on the seventy fits day after a long hunger strike an now the idea was this challenge would weaken respect for our independence and would help to promotes it our independence amongst the peoples of the.

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"british police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To have the nephew on hand to sustain that general operations uncomfortable temperatures for at least four days after a power outage but the one caused by the hurricane governor rick scott said in a statement that fire marshal's will be ensuring compliance this rule has not yet been passed into law that scott is facing a maelstrom of criticism of her how the tragedy could have been prevented says he plans to aggressively fight for legislation in 2018 netted lippi npr news plan me one of nato's top commander says russia's lack of transparency about its ongoing training drills are violating international law from brussels teri schultz reports of the weeklong exercises are estimated to be boss schools largest at more than three decades speaking in riga ahead of an awacs surveillance flights nato's deputy supreme allied commander for europe general james ever art reflected widespread scepticism of russia's claims only twelve thousand seven hundred troops are taking part got throwback to knock tonight you want to see one the scale of this particular outside most trip factional estimates are that at least one hundred thousand russian and belorussian soldiers are participating nonetheless nato has not added reinforcements along its eastern border though i think we have a good handle on what the russians all doing but i know people that's good enough to reassure nervous allies the us has added three fighter jets to the usual patrol of four planes protecting nato air face for npr news i'm kerry schultz in brussels and you're listening to npr news from washington british police have a second suspect in custody linked to the investigation into friday's attack on a subway train a statement says a twenty one year old man was arrested last night in west london yesterday police arrested an 18yearold in the port of dover launched a search in the.

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"british police" Discussed on Benjamin Walker's Theory of Everything

Benjamin Walker's Theory of Everything

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on Benjamin Walker's Theory of Everything

"Up until that point i had felt that a lot of the discourse on sound was very much you know a centralising sound saying that sound was this kind of natural ephemeral intangible phenomenon and uh how different it was division and all the rest of it but there was this guy copy to french who treated sound like every other kind of object he showed me that you could get a slice it open you could see what was it was made of its constitution and so it struck me that there was all this radical listening happening you know that this guy would describe what he does of spending three working days this evening to one phone him on a police interview taped for example this rear radical types of listening that i felt was even kind of pushing the boundaries of listening way beyond stuff like what was happening in new york in the '70s or other kinds of things it was it was a new kind of radical approach to sound that i thought was being wasted on the british police all the forensic listener that lawrence interviewed in studied work in some capacity for the state the police lawrence is determined to use his ears for different ends my one cannon prerequisite was be that i would never work four states that i would work as a kind of counter state actor much like a kind of private investigator works making sure that there is a kind of balance playing field way in which there is more of this kind of listening out them.

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"british police" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

"Adamant that they will be in for not to tread on two things the know would would imbed that will take them back to having that reputational problem again so all the things that you know problems built on problems moore what is those was driven and perhaps even diagnostic about this case for me is there at and again i it really strains credulity on every level is at the fact that it's possible the fact that you have really a whole society being willing to just eat this horror year after year and do nothing about it that suggest to me that other things are possible in and this could great unraveling that you sound like a scaremonger to worry about is possible on me what freedom wouldn't you be willing to forfeit if you're willing to let your daughters and your neighbors daughters by the thousands get gangraped for years it absolutely beggars belief in another example was during the same period the the reverend scandal was starting to break was when the british police said mitigate that that had been sunny some scores of mud as in the uk which should almost certainly been socalled called mud as on crimes which the police had an really bothered to investigate because they were they were community matters right now i mean it's all part of a stumbling for a period which as i say in the book i mean we just having to improvise jury you're in the interesting wrinkle here that will will get to in this.

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"british police" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"british police" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Your british police have arrested at least twelve people over a terror attack in london that left seven dead as a night out in the city erupted into violence and terror lightened by acts of narrow heroism abc's karen shamis she was there british prime minister theresa may said the attacks went directly connected to an earlier attack in manchester but noted that terrorism breeds terrorism by copying one another and often using the crudest of means of time the metropolitan police assistant commissioner emma crowley praised the courage of the police forces who responded during the incidents especially before most need that the apparent explosive that the attackers were hoaxes one of the parade who rushed towards official suicidebomber thicky texaco's witnesses describe how pastas by three chairs and big losses at the attack as an attempt to stop them count chamras london london's burrow neighborhood offered safety and a warm place asleep for hundreds of people amid the chaos of saturday's terror attack when police barricades went up many people cannot get home so they stayed in pubs restaurants and private homes what to do about north korea as the us considers its options harvard university's graham allison says the trump administration must assume that any military response would draw china into the conflict with the severe yo that could lead rapidly lead to a outcome that people really your bedroom book of wooded gulba americans were killing each other allison tells the salem radio network that the us must consider what's best for china when developing a strategy for dealing with north korea iraqi forces and muzzle closing in on the latest pockets of urban territories still held by the islamic state grew by residents of illusion in iraq sunni heartland still struggling to rebuild nearly a year after their neighborhoods were declared liberty liberated amazing to realize but you know it's been almost two years.

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