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"95.5 W S. B Atlantis News and Talk time is 7 30. You made it of Friday. June 25th I'm Scott Slave. This is Atlanta's morning news and deputy FSB's top local story. Georgia Bureau Investigation agents now investigating another officer involved shooting this one from Forsyth County that incidents of the heels on and they're deadly officer involved shooting earlier in that same day in Barrel County. W SPS Michelle writes Live begins Our in depth team coverage. Scott that's right. This latest shooting stems from a call that comes in from a woman at a home in Della Highway near Coming around eight last night Now as deputies respond, Sheriff Ron Freeman says deputy sheriffs heard perfect shots fired as they were approaching revenues, and then they see a male suspect holding a gun on a woman and when he doesn't drop it share, Freeman says his deputy fires all individuals, except the suspect are uninjured. At this point, so they've called in the FBI to investigate agents. Also checking out an officer involved shooting from earlier in the day, this one in Barrow County that begins as officers attempt to make a traffic stop on Carl Bethlehem Road registered owner had a warrant out for them, so they activated the blue lights and when they did, the vehicle took off, FBI special agent Jesse Maddox says. After a short chase, the car crashed into a utility pole in the 29 year old driver pulled out a gun threatening to kill himself. When they began shooting at officers. They returned fire, killing him. Says a woman inside the car was able to crawl out after the accident, suffering only minor injuries. Agents also are investigating a third shooting this one from Newton County on Tuesday that left the suspect dead and an officer injured there. Reporting live with Sandra Parish Michelle, right, 95.5 WSB Mostly sunny today and headed towards a high of 85 degrees a little bit below our average of 89.
Suspects in Ahmaud Arbery shooting make first court appearance
"A brief court appearance today for the white Georgia father and son who police say shot and killed an unarmed black man who was out for a run four days after the shooting death of Ahmad armory the father and son caught on camera chasing down and shooting the twenty five year old black man on a residential street have been charged with murder in their first court appearance today former police officer Gregory McMichael and his son Travis will read their rights issued no plea and were denied bond the shooting back in February did not get national attention until this week when a video was posted of the incident the two men involved were not charged for ten weeks within forty eight hours of becoming involved the Georgia bureau investigation took Nick Michaels into custody and said more arrests might be coming including the person who filmed
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"bureau investigation" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Released on Monday show that FBI officials in two thousand sixteen so to expeditiously accommodate a request for information from then democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton's lawyer in what a conservative washtrust group claimed is evidence of special treatment Judicial Watch obtained in release two hundred eighteen pages of emails between Peter Struck and Lisa page struck, of course, lit up the investigation into Trump Russia collusion, as well as into Hillary Clinton's emails, many of the males have to do at the bureau's investigation into Hillary Clinton's private E mail server. The emails also involve discussions, about so-called three o two's reports, written by the FBI after witness interviews in one Email page curiously acknowledged that four such through two reports relating to the Clinton investigation had never been written. She didn't say why there have been previous concerns about missing investigative material related. It's the Clinton case in two thousand sixteen Fox News, reported the two banker boxes of Clinton emails, went missing during the investigation. Emails also show, then FBI general counsel James Baker wrote that he spoke with Clinton's lawyer, David Kendall, and promise the FBI would work to hand over a copy from Clinton's interview, expeditiously emails, tro, ficials, discussing how to appropriately handle the request with one officials suggesting the FBI process it in a way consistent with other requests, instead they decided to expedite and get the materials to Hillary Clinton's lawyer. There are a lot of questions that are still out there and open about the Hillary Clinton investigation about the Trump Russia collusion investigation. I think some of those questions will be answered by the inspector general report for Michael Horowitz inside the DOJ. I'm very much looking forward to seeing those facts come out. I think everyone of Goodhart should be at this point. Alrighty coming up. We're gonna talk about the economy, which seems to be stalling out which could be a serious danger for President Trump. We'll talk about that in a second. First communication in a marriage is key. If we're honest, some things are difficult to discuss with our spouse or anyone for that matter. One of those things is, of course, sex, even though fifty two percent of dudes over the age of forty and twenty six percents under forty. Experience.
"bureau investigation" Discussed on 1A
"To two thousand four I often have the opportunity to work with FBI field agents during that time, they were uniformly honest, ethical and conscious of their constitutional obligations, much, better than state law enforcement officers and absolutely dedicated to public safety. Tim before we go one real quick question. Sunday's emailed who holds the FBI accountable who investigates the FBI Tim before we go. The FBI is accountable. If it itself Briggs the law, and God knows it did in days gone by ultimately, it is the American people whether they are sitting on a juries or. Whether they are actively engaged citizens who vote and have us art. Who will hold the bureau accountable. We still have in this country. A, you know apart from the president and the executive branch and apart from the congress judges who are independent, and who are really our last line of defense in rolling back illegal and unconstitutional conduct by Donald Trump, Tim winer Pulitzer prize winning author of enemies, a history of the F B I has Showtime series is called enemies. The president Justice the FBI Tim, thanks for talking to us. Thank you very much. This conversation was produced by James Morrison to learn more about our staff. Visit the one eight dot org slash staff until we meet again, I'm Joshua Johnson. Thank you so much for listening. This is one..
"bureau investigation" Discussed on 1A
"I mean, you mentioned Matthew Whitaker who many people are concerned could protect the president from the Muller investigation. There's also the matter of the special counsel. Kenneth Starr is investigation of Bill Clinton the independent counsel. And how that changed the way that these kind of uniquely structured prosecutions are are built how do you see the impact of the Clinton investigation today? It's been twenty years and the crux of this is that the president lied under oath. Yes, he lied under oath about sex. But he lied nonetheless. And this was always going to catch up with Bill Clinton. You know, we knew that he was a skillful liar when he was elected president and. It's a pity in many ways that it took a sexual. Conduct misconduct case to take this country to and through an impeachment in the house. And I think if we have a valuable lesson from this it is that impeachment is a political process. Unimpeachable offense to quote, former president Gerald Ford on impeachable offenses, whatever the congress says it is at any given time. So let's put that on one side. What is going on today is a legal not a political investigation. And it is only the FBI, and we are lucky the FBI being guided by Robert Muller, not met the Whitaker. That is investigating legal misconduct by the president of the United States. I think also just to clarify when you say that impeachment is whatever the congress says it is the constitution says that federal officials can be impeached for treason, bribery, or other high crimes or misdemeanors, and there is a line of scholarship. It says that those other high crimes or misdemeanors were left as kind of an open ended option. So if something occurred that the founders did not think of congress could respond to it. Then you didn't have to be this narrow specific list of items with kind of react to the to the path of history. But in terms of of what you just mentioned about Bill Clinton. It's interesting that that these scandals surrounded people who got reelected, I mean, even if you described Clinton as being in your words, I think it was a skillful liar. But Democrats picked up seats in the ninety eight midterms at the height of the Monica Lewinsky scandal, I wonder in the scheme of whether this for lack of a better word matters, whether this impacts the presidency how you see that. I think it impacts us at this moment in that the incoming congress where the house will be led by Democrats is thinking, you know, what impeachment. Maybe not. Let's just investigate the hell out of this man shower him with subpoenas. But let's not get into an impeachment struggle when we know that the Senate is controlled by Democrats by Republicans, and it would take a giant comet hitting the earth in the form of evidence that we cannot imagine at this point to get twenty Republicans to defect. Join forty seven Democrats and convict on a Bill of impeachment. Let's just investigate and, you know, not think about impeachment absent a giant evidentiary comet. I know we're low on time Tim, but I wonder what your thoughts are on today's. FBI under Christopher Ray. The current FBI director. Look, it's a flawed institution. It's made up of human beings and human beings are given to human error. But it's the only force we've got really with the power to investigate criminal conduct by the president of the United States. Now, I'm a New Yorker, I grew up here in New York. I've been watching Donald Trump for decades. The man is always been a con man and a Griff ter-. He is now also the most powerful man on the face of the earth. And I count us a very lucky to have Robert Muller on the case, we would be in desperate straits. If there were no one on the case or a lesser and more malleable figure leading this investigation. We get to a few more quick comments before out of time. Roger emailed. I can only relate my personal experiences as an. Elected state prosecuting attorney from nineteen eighty six
"bureau investigation" Discussed on 1A
"Now, do you know the FBI's then all this other stuff to black folks who is to say that they weren't behind the four men who closed in on Malcolm X in nineteen sixty five. The Audubon ballroom and shot him to death. Who's to say at the FBI wasn't connected to the balcony. Leo balcony of the Lorraine motel when king was shot dead in April of sixty eight like for black, folks. I mean, our relationship with the FBI's when poison from the jump so how does that? I get it. I would only say that I have spent more than half my life investigating the FBI the CIA and the American intelligence community and. There is no evidence that I know of to support. The idea that the FBI flooded America with crack or killed, Malcolm. Martin let me get to a few of your comments before we keep going on. I do want to talk about the Bill Clinton episode of enemies in a moment. But let me get to a few more of your comments and questions. I Paul tweeted I can speak to shifting perception of the FBI in my family. I watched my dad and brother go from venerating the agency as infallible when they were investigating Hillary Clinton's emails to souring when they didn't find anything damning to demonizing them in the Trump era, Tim what about that? It seemed like the FBI kind of to the point of what we were just discussing in. Some ways is is a sort of an American roszak test. Again, let's separate the twentieth century FBI Hoover's FBI in many ways from the first century FBI, which I would argue is Robert Motors FBI. We are two tweets away from a constitutional crisis in this country. That has been brought about by the inexplicable conduct of the president of the United States that we can trace to his vicious attacks calling the intelligence community, Nazis calling the FBI storm troopers. I mean. What hasn't he attacked in terms of the American establishment as we once thought of it? If you believe that Donald Trump is. Heavensent leader of this country. Of course, you are going to fear and despise the people who have the power to investigate his presidency. If we did not have the FBI and Robert Muller investigating this president he would feel free to continue his attacks. And I cannot emphasize enough that the rule of law and the constitution of this country are under attack by the president of the United States who is the greatest threat to national security. We face today. Let me talk about the Bill Clinton presidency as described in the documentary, which was marked by constant investigations, whitewater trooper gate, China gate Lewinsky eight here's a clip from the documentary that is from the China gates era of the Clinton presidency. This is President Clinton's Attorney General Janet Reno. That's the first four she'll here. And then the second voice is Representative, Dan. Dan, Burton who was a constant critic of President Clinton today following the laws letter. I have decided that the allegations against President Clinton. Vice president gore and former Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary do not at this time warrant if pointless of an imminent council. Not at this time warrant a point of an infinite council. There's no doubt in my mind. The Janet Reno was protecting the president one of the things that I found very interesting, which I believe to this day is if you are going to make appointments as president of the United States. The most important appointment that you will make for your cabinet or for his admit your administration is the attorney general because if the attorney general will cover your back, and protect you you can get away with almost anything Tim, this particular scandal did a lot to shape the way that investigations of presidents happen in the future..
"bureau investigation" Discussed on 1A
"Hey, guys here and this week on the Ted radio hour, we're exploring ways to seek out Choi in some places, you might expect and in some places, you might not Choi hides check it out this week on the Ted radio hour wherever you get your podcasts. Back now to our conversation with Tim winer Pulitzer prize winning author we're discussing the new Showtime documentary series enemies, the president Justice and the FBI it's based on weiner's book enemies, a history of the F B I episode one dropped last night focusing on the investigation of Watergate, one more thing about Watergate, Tim before we keep going is that during the investigation people were held accountable that didn't happen after Iran contra Reagan left office with relatively high approval rating, his vice president, George H W Bush was elected president. What about accountability? Is there a lesson for us to learn from that in terms of the investigations of the past well in Iran, contra doesn't people were either criminally convicted or indicted and George Bush at the end of his presidency pardoned everybody. So there was some accountability. And the. Idea that we try to hammer in in our series is that presidents can and will break the law, and Ben the constitution the FBI will oppose them by investigating their misdeeds and. Even in the worst instances presidents cannot break the rule of law. They can break law, but not the rule of law or the constitution in the present moment. President Trump can't fire. The FBI no matter what he does. They will be on the case, and they will pursue him not only through his presidency. But I predict when he is a private citizen you it's interesting in the documentary. Bob Woodward, legendary investigative reporter from the Washington Post says something to the effect of the FBI didn't exist. We have to invent them this kind of organization whose whole job it is to be the living embodiment of the constitution as the indissoluble supreme law of the land, but it's a flawed institution richer. Twentieth. Century history is pretty terrifying for sure, and that's part of what January emailed us about a lot of comments very very unhappy about J. Edgar Hoover in his legacy. January emailed Hoover was the most evil and vicious enemy of the liberation of all African. People especially in America, his co Intel pro led to the destruction of the civil rights movement counterintelligence project the assassination of molecule Hazel Shabazz, better known as Malcolm X, and Dr Martin Luther King junior and is connected to the flooding of crack cocaine into black communities in later years. He was a crook liar and fief may he rot in hell before you react to January's Email. I wanna play one clip from the first episode of enemies. This is a clip of historian Gilani Cobb reading a letter at the FBI sent to Martin Luther King junior literally urging him to kill himself note that they do not refer to him as Mr. king or Dr king or Reverend king. They just call him king. No title, no on Arik. Here's Gilani Cobb reading that letter from the FBI king led all frauds in approaching you could have been our greatest leader, you even. At an early age of turned out to be not a leader. But a dissolute abnormal moral imbecile king. There is only one thing left for you to do. You know, what it is you better take it before your filthy? Abnormal fraudulent self is better to the nation Jilani Cobb reading from a letter from the F B I to Martin Luther King junior from episode one of enemies, Tim. Here's the FBI in the person of Hoover's intelligence chief William Sullivan, sending an anonymous poison pen letter to one of the greatest Americans of the twentieth century urging him to kill himself. Hoover was a stone racist. And he ruled by fear the FBI did in Hoover's day and for some time thereafter attack. Black people black leaders anyone to the left of the president of the United States Hoover saw fit to attack and did great damage to this country. And it civil liberties, however. The FBI did not assassinate Malcolm X, the FBI did not assassinate Martin Luther King and the FBI did not flood this country with crack cocaine. I know a lot of like listening right now..
"bureau investigation" Discussed on 1A
"You don't endanger the lives of the whole country to get one man out of prison. But if he did it is biggest mistake made by. Number of cases in that. Montage. The last one was Republican Senator Barry Goldwater of Aaron Zona, Tim. How do you see the connection between Iran contra? And what we should know today about the way that presidential authority is checked. What's the what's the main focus of that? One key element is that this case was essentially broken by the FBI. You'll remember that this scheme of selling weapons to Iran, jacking up the prices skimming the prophets and giving the money to the contras. The counter revolutionaries in Central America Africa, congress had band aid to the contras was largely carried out by the president's national security advisor, John Poindexter and his ho aide. Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North in the NFC. When the story broke north and Poindexter deleted more than five thousand emails that they had sent to one another and others that laid out the entire scheme. They thought they had lead from the FBI marched into the offices of the NFC armed with subpoenas found the backup, computer tapes and reconstructed the mills it can't shred. Unimil like that and north and Poindexter didn't realize that the evidence was still there, this was emails didn't really exist. This was a primitive a professional office system that had been created just very recently that was a remarkable forensic feet. If they had not done that. We'd never know what went on the point is in this happened in Watergate that the FBI armed with subpoenas can knock on the door at sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue and say if not come out with your hands up say, I'm here to look at records papers computer systems because there's evidence of a crime concealed here. A number of questions from several of you about the political aspects of the FBI Michael emailed. It seems to me that one's opinion of the FBI is relative to the party of the politician. They are targeting. It's been amazing to watch the ease in which are political factions transition from seeing the FBI as a political bludgeon or legitimate law enforcement agency, depending on who they're investigating Tim. What do you think of that? You have to remember that the twenty first century FBI is not j Edgar Hoover's FBI. It's Robert Muller's FBI Muller took over the FBI a week before the nine eleven attacks. And he ran it for twelve solid years. The FBI for all its flaws, and they are many in varied is largely a reflection of the rectitude, the intellectual rigor and the incorruptibility of Robert Muller. But what about the political perception of the FBI? Is there anything partisan about that? You think? The FBI is in my view, the best and probably the only force in this country that can investigate the president for criminal wrongdoing. If you believe that Donald Trump is our president by the ordination of God. And that he could in fact, shoot somebody on Fifth Avenue and get away with it. Then you're gonna hate the FBI because they're investigating the hell out of this president. Now much of Ronald Reagan's base was energized while the FBI investigated his involvement in Iran, contra, Hillary Clinton blames James Comey at least partially for costing her the election. Watergate happened in seventy two kinda right up close to the election. So it didn't derail Richard Nixon's reelection he won forty nine fifty states. He got three of the popular vote. I wonder how much the FBI has to consider politics when investigating a president or candidate in no way, shape or form. Not at all. Today's FBI is not to be used or abused as a weapon of political warfare. The way it was in Jade or Hoover's day. And for some years thereafter. It is a legal tool. It is an investigative tool. We can argue until the end of time whether Komi made a grievous error by telling the public about the reopen. It opening of the investigation to Hillary Clinton's damned emails. The bureau was duty bound to follow that evidence. No matter where it lead. Me get to a few more of your questions and comments as we continue our conversation with Tim weiner's, Sandra vote on our website, the one eight dot ORG, meaning President Trump answer the questions very easily because someone else did the work..
"bureau investigation" Discussed on 1A
"Edgar Hoover and the two worked hand in hand in many ways from nineteen forty seven when Nixon I took office as a congressman for twenty five years until his death. Nixon called Hoover my closest friend in all political life. How much of what J Edgar Hoover did was flat out illegal a great deal? Elaborate. The supreme court outlawed warrantless wiretapping in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine and Hoover. Went to president, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and said Mr President, I'm want to investigate the communist threat in this country and parenthetically Nazis on the edge of World War Two. And the supreme court says I can't wiretap what am I to do Mr President and DR out a one page order and said, essentially, screw the supreme court. Edgar you do what you need to do to protect this country who were kept that order in his desk, all his life. It was incredibly the Monday after the what the Watergate break in June nineteen seventy-two against six weeks after Hoover died. That's the supreme court said again, you need a warrant if you're going to conduct wiretapping in this country of any kind. And betwixt in between you have the secret files of JJ Hoover amassing from the end of World War Two. For three decades nearly until his death. Hoover ruled by fear because you didn't know what he knew and Nixon knew that you could use wiretapping. Illegally against your enemies. To collect it on them to search out and destroy them. Tim one I wonder if you could make a little more historical comparison with regard to president Nixon and Watergate and today the episode obviously shows how the Nixon era was full of wiretaps had the FBI flipping people close to the president leaks to the press with the Nixon administration was very very angry about sounds like a very clear parallel to Washington today. It's really staggering. And I was a teenager when Watergate was happening. That's what made me a reporter. And for anyone who lived through this. It is one of the most galvanizing experiences in American political history. Was a long time ago, though, when people who didn't live through it need to be reminded the Watergate story begins with a break in at Democratic National Committee headquarters authorized by the White House and carried out by CIA FBI veterans. The present mess begins with a break in Democratic National Committee headquarters. Conducted by Russian intelligence agents. And we'll find out won't we possibly aided and abetted by Americans on team Trump when Hoover dies Nixon appoints, a stooge a loyalist guy who really had Nixon tattooed on his body to run the FBI guy l Patrick gray. Trump has installed a stooge to run the Justice department, which oversees the FBI and Muller to replace Jeff Sessions, and clarify what when we say stooge clarify what you mean by stooge with regards loyalist who will do the president's will let me ask you about episode two of series episode. One focuses is on Watergate episode two focuses on the Iran contra scandal that surrounded President Reagan. Here's a clip of that episode of mash up of news footage from that period in the eighties, sending weapons to Iran and look. Taxpayer money, but Reagan failed to do with the constitution required. So in arms to the Iranians after they blew up the Beirut barracks after they blew up. The Beirut embassy is the most of that's like selling Zyklon, b to the Germans found out the cost. If the Reagan ultimately responsible for what happened when you have a prisoner of war..
"bureau investigation" Discussed on 1A
"They will help you understand economic ideas. Like my favorite yield curve the yield curve. I learning to love it. Joining us from NPR in New York is Tim winer, the author of enemies a history of the FBI. Tim, welcome back to one will. Thanks, Tim before we get into some of the more historical items in the documentary. Let's start with today and with the Muller probe on Friday. President Trump said he had finished answering written questions that were submitted to him by the special counsel. He told reporters that he answered them very easily. I wonder what you made of the statement from the president and kind of wear the molar probe stands now, particularly in light of some of the work. That's just been done Muller has been trying to get Trump to respond questions for a solid year. Now, we know from excellent reporting by the New York Times and the Washington Post that there were forty nine questions or subject areas were submitted to the White House. The president is far as we can tell is responding to a fraction of those questions. He is. Not responding to questions of obstruction of Justice. It is clear to most observers that when the president fired Komi eighteen months ago, thus kicking off the special counsel investigation by Robert Muller. He did obstruct Justice Muller is looking into not only the counter intelligence question of whether Americans aided and abetted the Russia hack, but he's also conducting a criminal investigation into whether the president obstructed Justice. And he also has free rein to investigate the president's finances. His taxes his personal and business records. This is going to be a long haul. Let's talk a little bit more about the series. It shows how the FBI's power over investigating a sitting president. Has played out through four scandals over the past century before we get to that. What set a little bit of groundwork for the FBI you begin the first episode of the the beginning of the first episode talking about the FBI first director, Jan go Hoover. Who led the FBI for nearly fifty years? Here is an old archival news clip. That's featured in episode one of of enemies, and it's it's this clip kind of J. Edgar Hoover promoting the FBI to a group of boys kind of hoping to inspire them to be the G men of tomorrow by interesting. The boy of today, we hope to prevent the criminal of tomorrow, Jack. What are you gonna say by yourself? Get up on the back Jack in the On box. your team in Huron could be one. When I grow off. A clip of a promotional film made to promote the FBI two boys from episode one of enemies. Now, the clip I gotta say, Tim, there's something obviously a little cute about the James to Hoover. But there was this effort to create a real clear image for the FBI as something laudable as something desirable to wanna be part of that was a big part of the way J. Edgar Hoover wanted. It. Your Hoover is really one of the most remarkable figures in the history of twentieth century, America. Hoover became the director of the FBI nineteen twenty four and ran it until his death in nineteen seventy two six weeks before the Watergate break-in Hoover created the modern surveillance state, and he ruled by fear within the FBI and without. Presidents had caused fear. Hoover. And he used secret information often gathered by illegal wiretaps bugging 's break ins and burglaries. He used. Secret information is a weapon of political warfare. Richard Nixon learned everything he knew about wiretapping from J..
"bureau investigation" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Today's midterm elections marked the first nationwide voting since Russia targeted state election system, sixteen with federal state and local officials seeking to reassure the public. They're voting systems are secure. Now, there have been no signs so far that Russia or any foreign actors have tried to launch cyber attacks against voting systems that according to federal authorities, but the same can't be said for all security preparations or for early voting and voter registration voters. Casting ballots early of encountered faulty machines in Texas and North Carolina. Inaccurate mailers in Missouri, Montana, voter, registration problems in Tennessee and Georgia in other states, including Kansas election day polling places have been closed or consolidated. Meanwhile, the Republican candidate for Georgia. Governor has alleged that Democrats sought the hack of otr database that will be used in today's elections Republican nominee and secretary of state Brian Kemp made the allegation just as reports emerged of a gaping vulnerability in the system that he controls as secretary of state Democrats Stacey Abrams says campus trying to place blame. Elsewhere. I think he picked up the charge because he realizes once again, he's left six million voters information vulnerable, and he recognizes that if he got caught two days before the election having exposed so many Georgians he would lose. And so he did what he does always blame someone else for his mistake that audio courtesy of ABC camp responded on Fox News. Well, look, I'm you know, we got this information over the weekend immediately called homeland security FBI and the Georgia Bureau of investigations after meeting earlier today the Georgia Bureau investigations. His opened a criminal investigation into this matter there cybercrime center will be investigating that. So it's not in the hands of my office with pass information along to them. They believe it to be credible enough to open a criminal investigation. And that's where we are. Right now. Can you really can't? People five people overseas in the country. Now, I understand look this is a criminal investigation. Very serious matter we've handled this like we always do sovereigns nuts in the office of secretary of state or any other investigation when it's criminal we go to the proper authorities. We've done that with the they found it to be credible enough to open a criminal investigation. And we'll let they'll take the lead on that. I would refer questions to them at this point. Do you see why Democrats would be concerned, and if the shore on the other foot wouldn't Republicans be saying kind of the same thing? Well, anybody that knows how the system in Georgia works wouldn't be saying that that's a ridiculous claim. It's our county. Elections offices and superintendent that actually hold the election. They're counting the votes their local election board, certifies the elections. Paul suggests camping Abrahams are locked in a tight race in a contest that said taken on historic significance because of the potential of Abrahams becoming the nation's first black female governor keeping a hopes alive for a resolution of a punishing trade war between the two biggest economies. Chinese vice president said at a conference in Singapore that Beijing is ready to discuss issues with the Trump administration that followed up positive assessments by both Chinese officials and President Trump of a phone call last week between Trump and China's president Xi Jinping Indonesian officials are focusing on faulty airspeed indicators as they investigate the deadly lion. Aircrash, but safety experts say pilots should be able to work around problems with sensors. Investigators say the airspeed indicator Online's Boeing malfunctioned on its last four flights, including the one that crashed October twenty ninth killing all one hundred eighty nine on board such devices have been used for decades to tell pilots how fast they're flying. They fail on occasion. Most often when to their centers freeze during storms at high altitude. Now, they have been blamed for some deadly crashes, but pilots trained on simulators learn how to fly safely when those indicators fail end. In most cases, they say failed sensors should not cause a crash the body of major Brent Taylor was expected back in the US early this morning that according to Utah national guard officials the mayor of north Ogden was killed in an insider attack in Afghanistan over the weekend Christi pack is Taylor's sister on behalf of major Brent Taylor family his wife, Jenny his children, Megan age thirteen Lincoln eleven Alex nine Jacob seven.
Deborah Ramirez, Christine Blassie Ford and FBI discussed on Carolina Focus
"The FBI investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by supreme court nominee. Bright cabinet is going beyond those of Christine blassie Ford. Deborah Ramirez who accused of sexual misconduct when he was a Yale student is part of the bureau's investigation of the supreme court nominee
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"The constitution congress to act a little bit of information here i certainly don't have the capabilities of doing is like jonathan turley or alan dershowitz but he constitution setup congress to act as a check on the executive branch if we don't have checks and balances in our society you don't you you don't have a you really don't have a society you have a freelance trump maverick social order and and that's not gonna cut it you know where it is in other countries in that hasn't got it yet the justice department and the federal bureau investigation has spent a year disrespecting congress memo how much obama disrespected congress i mean it's hard to believe trump has made every single attempt to work with congress they help them but when you've got leadership with mitch mcconnell and paul ryan who tried to do a job of camouflaging the feelings and misrepresenting the support of his this president if danny had stood behind if they would stand behind trump now you'd have a lot better off society but you see the hatred is overwhelming the fact that a maverick businessman from new york city with quote no political political experience has come in to be the number one person.
"bureau investigation" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"The to get stranger and stranger now the talking about an fbi secret society at this point uh which calm is got a lot of explaining to do an apparently colmey while he himself actually went before the special counsel now he helped to appoint a special counsel he purposely leaked to get the special council and then is handing over notes to robert muller with his obvious pie is involved in this and we got the news today that this guy rebecca is leaving the fbi and uh he was combing his chief of staff and by virtue of his position and his closeness to the director all that would mean he probably was involved in the bureau's investigation into clinton's private emails server all the classified documents contain there in the mysterious reason why colmey chose not to charge clinton with various crimes after initially decided to do so and for months the fbi and the department of justice stonewalled all efforts to force rebecca to appear on capitol hill to testify about what he knew on these matters and while dodging congress rubik he did speak with the office of special council an independent federal agency that handles whistle blower disclosures under legal protections against reprisals and he reportedly informed the office a special council of qom he's initial draft statement that hillary did in fact commit crimes and the subsequent changed a language announcing the exact opposite in other words the exoneration that took place before the investigation anyway a partial transcript of an august 2017 letter from the senate judiciary committee to chris wray in which grassley and graham excoriate colmey for prejudging the clinton case with his exoneration statement before the investigation anyway were vicky was also privy to how the fbi appeared to have exploited the antitrump dossier that was funded by the democratic party as well as the extent to which the agency used that as a vehicle to launch the investigation of the trump uh and wiretap his campaign and he testified last thursday before to congressional committees behind closed doors so it's pretty interesting that now he calls it quit quits here i don't believe it's a coincidence and again that this is now going to be unfolding quickly now the question is what do we do about the.
"bureau investigation" Discussed on Pod Save America
"I saw adam schiff out there talking about this but i don't see a ton of democrats yelling about this and i don't know what's going on is it because we feel like there's nothing much we can do now accept focus on the 20s eighteen election's you know get these republicans out of office and go from there or what damage this point on thursday's show about the fact that we don't just need to screen about this but we actually have to lay out what exactly wanted you to hold trump accountable on these matters on these not policy not like democrat not a domestic policy matters like health here and and taxes but what are we going to do to on the institutional questions that donald trump has raised in the republicans have failed on i think there's really important but i think part of the reason we don't have those steps as i think democrats we know we need to focus on healthcare we know we need to focus on taxes and we also know we'd have the right things to say about investigating and holding trump accountable but i don't think as a party we know where we're supposed to land than i think there's a bit of fatigue on the part of senate democrats to just continue to beat this drama like they're more comfortable fighting on healthcare them after bullfighting on chip more comfortable fighting on taxes and maybe ultimately that's where will win so it's okay i'm not sure what do you think i mean i would just say to democrats it's it's it's not like you need to be talking about the russia thing all the time because this is actually broader than the russia thing this is about sort of the republicans in congress degrading our institutions and the rule of law there's all these norms around the justice department and what did she do and how it should be independent and how the federal bureau investigation should be independent and when you should invest against eight someone and when you shouldn't and this goes beyond like is there a p tape and a russia's scandal that we should all be talking about these is about our institutions you know i.
"bureau investigation" Discussed on WTMA
"Well we have a mess of accidents to tell you about red banged road at north red red bank hit henry e brown boulevard kid road at johnston brandt tall pines near road we have a non injury accident highway twenty seven and i twenty six non injury accident working at dorchester road at arts dale another accident jedburg road at landfill road remarkably nothing reported on the interstates the ads drive barely five six twelve fifteen sunny skies will warm nicely to about sixty by later on this afternoon now a quick shot of colder air coming in tonight clear skies right around freezing we'll go thirty one cell they only fifty four tomorrow but then we're right back to sixty one and sunshine on thursday from the strong team to weather center this is chief meteorologist rob fowler on twelve fifty wtma the big talk creates 44th the big talker twelve fifty wtma wtma dot com it's charlie james on twelve fifty wtma he'll be back alive tomorrow but right now here's another charlie james flashspun all right that fbi supervisors special agent now under scrutiny after being removed from robert muller special counsel office for leads do we have to do this alleged bias against president trump he also oversaw the bureau's investigation of michael flynn about that now not only was he you know did oversaw the interviews of michael flynn he also was apparently had a lot to do with the interview of hillary clinton while she was testify not even testifying to talking with the fbi just talk at this having a chad just little informal chair would you like some charity with mrs clinton ah okay you want to hide your auto worker anyway so they this guy this strong guy stirs ought peter stirs oc was an fbi agent wanted to fbi agents who interviewed flynn which took place back on january the 24th at the white house january twenty four hm i am so the other fbi agent who interviewed plan is described by sources as a field supervisor in the russian squad at the fbi's washington field office now strong we'll say was removed from his role as special counsel after it was discovered that he made disparaging comments about president trump in a text message to his alleged lover fbi attorney lisa page hm that he had a big role in the hillary clinton email server.
"bureau investigation" Discussed on KELO
"Obstruction of justice defence put forward by president trump's personal lawyer john dowd telling the washington post that wild dowd's assertion that our president cannot obstruct justice because he's the nation's top law enforcement officer is an interesting legal issue it is not mr trump's official legal strategy frankly the idea that our president is above the law not only above the law but free to interfere with any investigation and act in ways that are obstruction of justice is next sonian and i think unacceptable dowd floating is controversial defence amid speculation whether this tweet from the president's account could lead to a potential obstruction of justice kurtz the tweet which doubts as he drafted suggest the president news former national security adviser michael flynn live to the vice president and the fbi before he allegedly earn former fbi director james comey to drop the bureau's investigation into flynn a source now telling cnn that the president was told by white house counsel don mcgann in january that flynn misled the fbi about his contacts with russia ants mcgann reportedly telling the president flint should be fired after receiving a warning that flynn might be compromise from then acting attorney general sally yates we told him we felt like the vice president and others were entitled to know that the information that they were conveying to the american people wasn't trip despite mcgann's recommendation the president kept flynn on the job for weeks with access to the nation's move classified information trump eventually caving to public pressure firing flynn but insisting he was a good man the president now defending flynn after he pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi i feel badly hillary allied many times the fbi nothing happened doer lynn lied and they'd destroyed is life i think it's a shame plumes deputy kt mcfarland also under scrutiny over appearance inconsistencies in her testimony about flynn mcfarland told the senate foreign relations committee in july that she was not aware of any communications between flynn.
"bureau investigation" Discussed on KOMO
"Gist of the note was that the islamic state would endorse forever this as sources say the married father of three was not on any terror watchlist decide province never been the subject of an and white be the intelligence bureau investigation nor has he been the subject of an fbi investigation as investigators execute search warrant sets sight pops home in new jersey we are learning more about his past he entered the united states from uzbekistan in march of 2010 under a diversity migrant lisa he later worked as a truck driver with stints in ohio and florida a neighbor at his former residents in tampa says he and his family moved out abruptly three or four months ago most recently he lived here in new jersey where he was hired as an uber driver less than a year ago we were told cnn n side balked past the company's background checks despite a previous misdemeanor offense and traffic citations in other states those who know him say they are shocked by tuesday's grisly attack we didn't see characteristics of a terrorist at him he was an aggressive young man with a romantic sense of adventure authorities say the suspect rented the truck used in the attack from this location and passaic new jersey tuesday at 200 six pm at three or four he began his mile hong massacre between housed in and chamber street in manhattan shortly after the truck crashed into a school bus twenty eight year old nypd officer ryan nasr shot the suspect in the abdomen dozens more lives could have been in danger uh ryan stop that threat immediately we owe him a great that a glad to police two subway stations and public spaces the city's mayor is urging locals to carry on do what you do best beat new yorkers show the whole world right now that we will not be moved by terror police say the suspect is talking they interviewed him at his hospital bed in bellevue there are also going to be interviewing anyone else who may have no to him his wife his family his friends associates anyone who might have more information about how exactly he.
"bureau investigation" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In and it was then that the case was taken up by a rather obscure grants of the justice department was then known as the bureau investigation and of course we know it today would later be renamed the federal bureau of investigation or the fbi in this case became one of africa's first major homicide invest in which they do with well initially they badly bungled investigations with jagger hoover age twenty nine newly the new director they had gotten an outlaw out of jail hoping use message an informant instead he slipped away he robbed the bank and he kill the police officer for jagger hoover is afraid of a scandal are most autocratic bureaucrat in history back then was insecure and his position with a new director and he then summoned it all frontier laumann who was a bureau agent to take over the case his name was tom white and he put together our undercover team most interestingly enough one of the undercover operative was an american indian probably the only american indian in a in hoover's bureau and they going undercover they posed the cattleman won posed as an insurance salesman and according to the record sold actual policies though i have no idea what happened to those policies and they ultimately follow the money to try to determine who was profiting from these murders of the families and that money leads them directly back into the house for example of mali burckhardt and that our own husband and her husband's uncle were behind the killings in her family her own husband her own husband then what did she realise she realized that after she had had two children with this man that this man had married into the family with a very calculating plot that on folded over years to systematically murder the family members so that the inheritance within stream towards him and to his uncle.