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Man found living in Seattle couple's basement
"Couples. John Marino Live tonight in Seattle with the shocking discovery in this operation Crime and Justice Report, Joe Preston Police say this man was raiding the refrigerator had made up a bed, even arranged his clothes in one of the rooms Now this went on for a couple days before the woman who already lived there realized that She had company. Down. This private drive at the edge of Magnolia is a neighborhood filled with high end homes. Seattle police say a man decided to move into one of them, even though it was already occupied. That's the concerning part here right is That this person was able to work their way into the home and stay there for a couple days without being detected. The situation was like a scene out of parasite, a film in which a man hides out for years in a mansion without the owner's ever realizing she had a police say the man in Magnolia had only been living there a couple days before officers were called out to investigate. The police report says the man was eating food from the refrigerator downstairs. He'd also made a bed had playing cards. And close organized on the floor and surrounding furniture. Neighbors say it is shocking but not so surprising. And then worst thing more homeless issues before. People just don't have a lot of hopes. Others trying to make ends meet. Officers arrested the man for burglary and trespassing. He told him. He just come from Texas. Wait, served six months for assault and trespassing. He was able to kind of just hide out there in the basement for a couple days and Thankfully, nobody got hurt. A man had a court hearing today and although he does face criminal charges of judges ordered that he undergo a mental health evaluation first. Back to you. Wow. What a story, Joel. Thank you. Developing tonight, the state Legislature, taking a big step toward shutting down the Northwest
G. Gordon Liddy, Watergate Mastermind, Has Died at Age 90
"And a radio talk show host after emerging from prison, died today at the age of 90. His son, Thomas Lady confirmed the death but did not reveal the cause of the event. To say it was not related to covet 19. Lady, a former FBI agent and army veteran, was convicted of conspiracy, burglary and illegal wiretapping for his role in the Watergate burglary, which led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. Spent four years and four months in prison, including more than 100 days in solitary confinement. Years later, he said, he'd do it again for his president. After his release Lady became a popular, often provocative radio talk show, as you also worked as a security consultant, writer and actor, but he was outspoken and controversial, both as the political operative under Nixon and as a radio personality. Letty recommended assassinating political enemies, Bombing, a left leaning think tank and kidnapping war protesters. His White House colleagues ignored such suggestions. But one of his ventures, the break in at Democratic headquarters at the Watergate building in June of 1972 was approved. The burglary went awry, which led to an investigation a cover up and Nixon's resignation in 1974. Lydia, former FBI agent, An Army veteran, was convicted of conspiracy, burglary and illegal wiretapping for his role in the escapade. It was also convicted of conspiracy in the September 1971 burglary of defense analyst Daniel Ellsberg Psychiatrists who leaked the secret history of the Vietnam War known as the Pentagon papers. Watergate conspirator G. Gordon Liddy dead
G. Gordon Liddy, Watergate mastermind, dead at 90
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Watergate conspirator G. Gordon Liddy has died G. Gordon Liddy a key figure in the Watergate burglary that ultimately led to the resignation of president Richard Nixon died Tuesday he was ninety lady son Thomas lady confirmed the death but did not reveal the cause other than to say it was not coded nineteen related Liddy a former FBI agent and army veteran spent four years and four months in prison after being convicted of conspiracy burglary and illegal wire tapping for his role in the break in at democratic headquarters at the Watergate building in Washington in June nineteen seventy two lady went on to host a syndicated radio talk show wrote best selling books and acted in TV shows micron CEO Washington
SWAT Response Ends Peacefully, Burglary Suspect Arrested in Seattle's King County
"In the King County jail after a lengthy standoff with sheriff's deputies. The sheriff's Office says. The accused thief broke into a least three stores along Petrov, its key road south of Renton. Deputy say they tracked him to a shuttle bus and the accused thief barricaded himself inside. Eventually, he's surrendered to a SWAT team. Investigators haven't released any other details. Families
‘Person Of Interest’ Wanted In 4 Arson Fires, Burglary Overnight In Boston's Brockton Neighborhood
"Arson fires this week, the worst of which destroyed an historic building of the Brockton fairgrounds. Four members of the far right group, Proud Boys face new
Boston Area Police Seek ‘Person Of Interest’ Wanted In 4 Brockton Arson Fires, Burglary Overnight
"Go to Brockton, where our reward is being offered in a string of suspicious fires in the city. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe reports. Police are beefing up patrols right now, so Parties have released a picture of a person of interest wanted for questioning in connection with the four arson fires and burglary in Brockton early Wednesday morning, right the police chase, the suspect lost that suspect they'll continue the process today with the state police the fire marshal Mayor Robert Sullivan says the first fire around one AM destroyed the old State House building on the Brockton Fairgrounds resident Peg Cruise drove out to the scene to see what was left of the historic building was in that building as a kid on the fair was here, and they had all kinds of displays. And they're very, very sad. They were also to brush fires that DW fields parking outside a school on West Street. The fourth place occurred at Rocky Marciano Stadium. The fires are thought to be connected to a burglary that took place around the same time at the West Gate Mall.
Toccoa police arrest suspect in Atlanta-area burglaries
"Alas, tweak Kimberly Sizemore has the details. When officers pulled the Honda Civic over. They immediately recognized it is one that could have been involved in a burglary in a local storage facility. Family pride storage Then officers saw tools and bolt cutters on the floorboard. A closer look revealed a sawed off shotgun and some methamphetamine. The driver, Bobby Ray Courtney, of Tuco, was arrested. He faces a long list of charges and could possibly be connected with other burglaries in the area. Georgia jury trials can resume
Florida sues to stop Biden’s immigration directives
"State to sue the Biden administration over its immigration policies. The complaint from Florida's attorney General Ashley Moody challenges new guidance issued by Immigration and Customs enforcement last month, which made national security threats and migrants convicted of serious crimes the priority for deportation, Moody says that's resulted in immigration officials declining to take people who serve sentences for burglary, drug trafficking and other violations. Which could mean more crimes in her state and more strain on local law enforcement. Florida's lawsuit follows a similar action filed by Arizona last month, which has been joined by the state of Montana. I'm Jackie Quinn, Des
Florida sues to stop Biden's immigration directives
"The state of Florida is suing the bite in administration over new directives that blocked the detentions of some immigrants who've been convicted of crimes the complaint from Florida's Attorney General Ashley moody challenges new guidance issued by immigration and customs enforcement last month which made national security threats and migrants convicted of serious crimes the priority for deportation moody says that's resulted in immigration officials declining to take people who serve sentences for burglary drug trafficking and other violations which could mean more crimes in her state and more strain on local law enforcement Florida's lawsuit follows a similar action filed by Arizona last month which has been joined by the state of Montana hi Jackie Quinn
"burglary" Discussed on Skullduggery
"I don't know that he was aware of actually split was At the highest levels of the paper bradley was strongly supporting publication. But katharine graham. And the in-house counsel were against publication. So that's why was it wasn't struggle. That took a lot of convincing from bradley fact that they were stolen and sent to us by the unknown burgers was also a factor in her thinking. Fortunately of bradley took position Which which. I felt too that we have confirmed their authenticity. They were about something extremely important to americans that had to do with the basic rights to descend and later on we find out Had to do with much more but therefore they would be published. It didn't That they had been stolen or that. Who are who are sources. Were fact we know our sources. This was like a preview of debate. They would have within the post newsroom. Not too long afterwards afterwards. The papers restless pentagon papers. I like i think that maybe a dress rehearsal for katherine the decisions that she had been make. But what at four o'clock. I think mitchell realize that he wasn't succeeding post and put out a bolton through the wire services demanding that anyone who had files or copies of these files not publish them not make them known and return them to the fbi immediately. So there was added pressure at at that point. And when i left. I was not engaged in these arguments. I was off at my desk. Just writing calling people in philadelphia. Who were in files gathering information and then i submitted my story at six o'clock and When i was ready to leave. And i learned in for the first time that there was some doubt as to whether or not they would be published And i was. Mary surprised at that. The helpings played out was that the arguments continued and by ten o'clock was at that time. I think that was the last time by which you can make a decision to publish not publish. And by ten o'clock catherine did make the decision to publish. It was on the front page the next day you made the lake city addition right right and you know a couple little interesting details. You aren't the first person to get these documents. They were sent to members. A couple of members of congress who are known to be very critical of the fbi starting with senator george mcgovern and then congressman mitchell an african american congressman from baltimore and both of them return the documents to the fbi because they did not want to take possession of stolen material and criticize the burglars and criticized the burglars. That was not anything you considered doing. No and we actually. I didn't really know what had transpired with the jer again. We knew what that the that the members of congress had given the back and then publicly criticized the burgers for what they had done. I didn't realize until many years later when i was working on my book in reading the thirty. Eight thousand some pages of the of the fbi investigation of a burglary. I didn't realize then what had happened. At the new york times in la tongues where two journalists had received the files. Jack nelson of the la times and tom wicker of the new york times right very different. Things happened at each paper and each of those stories of what happened is important helping understand the atmosphere of time regarding how the fbi was treated at the la times the burgers had had dressed amped up jack nelson and jack nelson was a great investigative reporter and he was probably one of about two journalists in the country who had done any serious investigation of hoover a two years earlier he had done along with another journalist named jack bass A story of about the fbi and their involvement in the orangeburg massacre in the south. And that hadn't happened before hoover was just enraged at someone would have any questions about his agents and think that they had done something inappropriate. And as i said it was true years earlier so for that full two year period by the time. The fbi documents arrive. Hoover had been involved in this campaign to get jack fired and involved couvert personally going to la to visit the publisher to try to convince him he should be fired. An involved getting in touch with the bureau chief in washington were jack located convincing him and they stood by jacking. They did not fire him however they convince somebody in the washington. Bureau sub editor to watch jack's mail and i know this from again from reading the fbi investigation and their description of what happened and that man opened the envelope that was addressed to jack the same stuff i saw what it was and immediately called the and then went to the fbi and turn them in. When i told jack about in the early nineteen nineties as i learned about it files. Jack was as angry as if it just happened. That warning so the fbi has spy inside the la times watching jack in one of the documents you got there was this cryptic references and a routing slip to some called co intel pro. You didn't know what it was but it raised a lot of eyebrows among a lot of people not yet. I mean that were raised when it first came out. Were inside the fbi that one file and amir cover sheet and that had cohen tell pro in big block letters in the top right hand corner. Despite the fact that it's content was not news. That file was the single most important file that they removed from media and what was happening inside the fbi and again. I know this from reading the investigation was that hoover and other high officials have been waiting desperately they. He had assumed they'd be arrested immediately in the document secure. And we're not didn't happen. Tensions kept getting higher and higher because they were very concerned about what might be released at any time by the burgers. But they will most concern. Aw whether cohen tell pro would be revealed. And when i got that covered a sheet i mentioned what it was attached to that was somewhat newsworthy. But i didn't use the term co intel pro. But as i read in the investigation they knew from reading my story that day that i had the cohen telco cover sheet and that caused a great many things to happen because cohen bro was the most see grid and controversial program that j. edgar hoover ever launched and it was designed not just to sir vail activists.
"burglary" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Keeps throats. Mark said no to both of requests and correct me keith. If if i'm wrong here. But i think that if you had discovered especially of bonnie had gone in and discovered that there was a very well installed alarm system it might have made a huge difference in whether or not you would have even decided to go in. It would have been much harder. That's for sure. The lines to watergate from this story are so delicious. Mark felt and can clawson so we know from. Fbi documents in baddies. Excellent book that J. edgar hoover was enraged about this and launched a nationwide investigation to find the burglars who broke in and stole these secret. Fbi documents gave you said you had no ethical qualms about doing this. I want to play you a clip from an interview. I did seven years ago. When i was at nbc. When i did a piece on on this with patrick kelly who one of the fbi agents in charge of the investigation. Here's what he had to say about what you did. The statute of limitations has long expired. But patrick kelly the x. agent who investigated the case back then says that the theft remains inexcusable rationalizing. A criminal act. I don't believe such people have the right to take upon themselves to make decisions keith. Your reaction yeah heard it all before you know a couple of things one is first of all what they were doing was literally against the law. They were using their power to persecute and intimidate people. Who are doing things that are protected by the first amendment to the constitution that was not legal or ethical or moral and it's contrary to what democracy is all about They were spending about half their energy on political surveillance ninety nine percent of which was on people who weren't doing anything even nominally criminal you know. They been investigating us to catholic lest i would have less quarrel with that because after all we were breaking law but what they were doing was wrong in congress made even more wrong after they found out about it. So that's the first thing. The second thing is if breaking the law. So sacrosanct. Would mr kelly dent turn in. His jewish neighbors lived in germany and nineteen thirty eight. Is that zach what you would do or or sent back. Fugitive slaves from pennsylvania. Back to the south after the fugitive slave act was passed. Of course we need laws to have a civilized society. I get that but those laws don't always work and they're not always right and when they're agreed disley obviously wrong. Then it's your duty to break. And so i have zero respect for that simplistic idea that you know. Whatever the law says always goes yeah. It's ridiculous now you you And the other. Burglars made the decision to stay anonymous after the burglary And you even went so far as i think not to really communicate with each other for some period of time and i guess you came out only after the statute of limitations had expired. Is that right. It was long after that long after that after after betty asked us to. So why why did you choose to stay anonymous. I mean you didn't want to be prosecuted for these crimes but it would have been an opportunity to stand up for your principles but you chose not to Was your what was your rationale for staying anonymous all those years. I mean my personal rationale you know eighty percent of was because i didn't want to spend the next thirty years in federal prison Not a bad reason. That's a pretty good reason. Yep i i stand by that decision and the option of moving. The moscow is not available to top and the other twenty percent. Was you know. Most of the press at that. Time was not the washington post not to the washington. Post was perfect but most of the press were schillt's for whatever the government said and so this would have been a story about our personalities and you know and all that kind of stuff and detracted from the point of the documents you know we. We weren't needed to interpret the documents. There were plenty of people out there placed better than we were to interpret and run with the documents. You know we. Our job was to get them and we got him and the press did their job. You know this whole thing woulda gone nowhere without the washington post and without. Yeah and i actually. I wanted to pick up on that betty and and because you know today people get classified documents. They just throw them up on the internet but standards were as you pointed out. Were very different back then. Then it was gutsy for the washington post to do this. You said that when the fbi realized you had these documents that's when all hell broke loose so tell us what happened. Tell us how the f. b. i. Reacted tell us how. The washington post Responded well when i say all hell broke loose on on really referring to attorney general john mitchell and what he did that day you may remember that he was involved in watergate and went to prison for his role in watergate. Just a few years later but off on the day that They found out that we had the files that we were considering publishing them. He called a ben bradlee. The executive editor of the post and katharine graham. The publisher repeatedly beginning at eleven o'clock in the morning until four o'clock and he was demanding that they suppressed the.
"burglary" Discussed on Skullduggery
"All right we are now joined by betty scurr author of the burglary and the first reporter to receive an right about the f. b. i. Documents that were stolen from the Office in media pennsylvania and keith. Four saif who was one of the burglars who broke into the f. b. i. office. I'm betty and keith. Welcome to skulduggery you so betty. Let's start with you because it's such an amazing story you're a reporter at the washington post in nineteen seventy one You are covering among other things religious affairs and the peace movement and one day you go to your mailbox at the post newsroom. And tell us what you found. Well had a big manila envelope addressed to me with a return address of liberty publications media. Pennsylvania didn't mean anything to wet back to. My office will open debate and from anonymous people. No one was named as a senator about there was a cover letter from people who called themselves citizens commission to investigate the fbi and in this document they described what they had done and said de enclosed were copies of files that they had stolen from the media fbi office on the night of march eight and they hoped that i would say that they were that they were published and if they were published a more might come so you look at the documents. And what are you seeing there. Well the one that stands out immediately became sort of a symbolic document over at least of the of the first bunch was a directive to agents to enhance the paranoia and to make the point that behind every mailbox is an fbi agent enhanced the paranoia among who this was specifically directed for agents who were covering the antiwar movement so that was pretty dramatic but that was a goal to make people paranoid because big win various movements accused each other of being paranoid in those days because they feared that there were spies in their midst. The other thing that that stood out Were documents that described the massive surveillance of of lactic that was taking place i mean truly stasi light which is what reaction eventually was when these files became publicly known that it looked like they at least in regard to black americans as though the fbi was acting like the secret police of east germany which was very well known and much dreaded at that time does just these two extreme things. That's the document trying to inspire paranoia and the dossier Coverage of black. Americans made me think as i look through the files. Initially that maybe this was a hoax. But as i kept reading. I saw familiar names from philadelphia. People who were under surveillance including mohammad can yada leader in the black community there and also part of the pastor of famous church in philadelphia. So i began to think. Well maybe they arm real. What did you do to betty to try to authenticate the documents. That was the first thing that had to be done. That what we couldn't move forward until we knew they were authentic so i went out into the newsroom. At that point and went to the national desk it turned out. They had just received a call. Ken clawson reporter. Who covered the justice department and therefore the guy and he had called to ask if anybody at the post ten received. They've stolen files and the reason he could ask. That question was that the other That's a journalists other to journalists and the other four people to members of congress two journalists would receive them had turned them into the fbi the previous day and so the fbi knew which files had been sent out. They had told chen about that. So the national just got meeting described the files i had can. He went to the fbi and said okay. Somebody at the post has see. Here's what they've received said yes. Those are copies of the stolen media. Fall small irony here. I'd like to point out that very same. Ken clawson than the post. The communications director for richard nixon's house all during watergate. He was the chief. Flack for richard nixon. But he's the guy who authenticated these documents for you right that's why he shares the byline on the on the first story that day. Yeah so it turned out that the fbi thought that because they confirm the document the authenticity of the documents that we therefore would not publish contents And that may seem strange by today's standards but this was really the beginning of the called her of absolute secrecy regarding intelligence agency changing. I mean up until this time it was pretty much assume by everybody. Congress attorney general's but also journalist that in the agencies could keep their secrets. They were not held accountable. Boy other government agency were so they made the assumption and then When i found out we were considering publishing third of all hell broke loose so keith. i'd like to bring you into it. Because clearly as betty is just outlined this was a a quite consequential Series of documents she received and she couldn't have received him without the work that you and your fellow band of burglars did back then so tell us how you came to be a part of this burglary what your role was and a little about what happened on the evening of march eighth. Nineteen seventy one. So the way. I i can't be a part of was I knew bill d'avray gone through what was referred to as the catholic last go. Don was one of the local philadelphia area leaders of the peace movement and he was also a professor at haverford college. He was one of the main people know that kept things moving forward in the eastern area. I've met him through the so-called cassock left which i always think is funny because neither bill. I were catholic but anyway this was a group of loosely organized group of people mostly on the east coast the most famous members being baragan brothers. Who were breaking into draft boards stealing records and vilnai were both involved in that activity. And that's how i feel and he approached me one day and.
Washington D.C. sex assault suspect dead after falling from roof of building while fleeing police, authorities say
"New this hour. A sexual assault suspect is dead after he tried escaping D C police by hanging off a building and falling. That's what police say happened about 1 15 this morning at an apartment building on Porter Street Northwest. Police were responding to reports of a burglary but learned the suspect entered two residences and sexually
Ahmaud Arbery's mother alleges "cover up" by police, prosecutors
"One year after her son was shot and killed while jogging. Ahmad, our Berry's mother is suing them in in jail for his murder, as well as members of the local police department and prosecutors office. Member station W A. B M I heard reports are very was 25 years old when he was killed in a suburban Brunswick, Georgia neighborhood last year, according to his friends and family. He was on a dog at the time. Three white men in the neighborhood, suspected him of a burglary and chased him in their trucks. Before our Bree was shot. There's been no evidence he committed a burglary. In the multi million dollar civil suit armories mother alleges local police officers were responsible for her son's death and that the police and local prosecutors conspired to cover it up. Robberies family has characterized his death as a modern day lynching. After he was killed last February. No one was arrested until a video of the shooting went viral in May for NPR news. I'm member hurt in
Fault Tolerant Distributed Gradient Descent
"Hello my name is native. And i'm a computer scientist. Gay as opposed to grow researcher at ebay university switzerland. I work on distributed computations. Specifically i work on. Algorithms concerning distribution optimization disrupted consensus and distributed collaborations systems soi robotics and online voting and in this particular eighty of research. I mainly focus on darwin's by indeed for owners many avi considered networks. There's some of the notes in the networks are militias adversarial or they're just forty. And how does this affect the oral fixation off the elegant now. This is something that's interesting to me in my engineering part of the brain working for big company. I'd say well we can control all of our nodes about some rogue employees or something. But i guess outside of a company the world really runs on bigger systems. How common are these sort of peer to peer distributed problems in people's everyday lives definitely. I made for example. Just consider our current situation which is the ongoing pandemic. Let's see your these. Scooby trackers right you have these scored trackers on your phones than you. Are gary these records with the sword these strikers in vancouver you go in close proximity to someone else that say who might annette it or who might in recent history being tested positive so this gives you a notification. Hey you know you gaming on equity this person and he was the best positive so you may want to take some precautions. Analysts say based on these kind of trackers companies and government started building policies. Just imagine how difficult it would be if someone starts messing around for example. Let's say be Falsely claimed themselves as high-risk saying that. I just hires Ever i'm a Is also is that would discreet Rice appear to be systems are already there used is just a v are naively ignoring the fact that some of the notes in the systems be malicious authority. Fonte just like internet. You have millions of notes on the net not everything. Not everything is on the cloud on server controlled by big or big komen administration. They are so many of these notes that are spreading misinformation they have destroying to disrupt the internet for example you might have heard of. Thanks like jamming attacks Jammed the settlers despite sandy query. So you know these kinds of notes vais fairly common in our everyday use in suggests we get to hear them band. There's a big disaster. Or there's an actual big down of these systems when i started learning about distributed computing and of course it was called big data at the time. One of the first examples is term frequencies so in a lot of documents you the percentage of times you see something that often gets labeled as embarrassingly parallel because you just want to frequency. You need the numerator divided by the denominator and it's easy to divide that problem up and rejoin it but not. Every problem is so embarrassingly easy to solve. What about your specific research into gradient descent. What makes that one hard to do in a distributed fashion. You had distributed Any one this networks to be useful to the specific problem. Let's say that you are trying to solve for example as you just mentioned either. You're trying to get the frequency of a border from documents spent on the internet or let's take a step forward but apps you are trying to build some kind of image classified so different notes on the have different data sets. Let's say images of their dogs. And you want to use these images of dogs neck so many images of those who could be a very strong image classic fire for dogs something that would dismantle the human ability declassified at all so you wanna less this complicated Now designing image classified using all these distribution data said on the internet different notes having different data points. It's quite complicated even when you have all the data points at one body a machine. It's a headline. more of the. The sets are divided in different machines so to ensure that comes like these like machine learning run smoothly when certain nodes in the network militias spinal challenging not descending. It's very interesting to study. How these types can be done. Smoothly on gedeon descent is specific That is by far the was algorithm used from sheet lending pieces and what happens ingredient descent. Is you have these different. Data sets distributed on different notes. Therefore defend nodes have different loss functions. Now what we are trying to do now in this district. Setting is minimized the aggregate of all these functions are loss functions. Now when you're doing this by nature the most commonly use angry gradients design. Because it's naturally distributed many obligingly send it just reduces at the gradients of loss functions in each round. Or so if you're learning and gordon to when you're adding these gradients together some notes are not going to provide you ladies of los angeles. They may be forty. May be broadway. You re totally incorrect. Greediest maybe designed maliciously innovate to move you. words solution. that famous day goes data points. They may favor. Let's say dogs of a burglary or some other panels notions. Maybe they want to completely rendered the classification problem useless. They want to maybe instead of dog. Trained you the classify so as you can see ensuring that is reputed gradient descent runs smoothly at least within some reasonable dominates in residents of such Notes is of practically at this point vendor. You have all this The algorithms training using data sets coming from all sorts of people on it.
Tips For Staying Sane
"Welcome erica stevens mentally yours. Thanks very much for joining us so we has just about your book even together. The guinness guy tucson sannoussi Why did you want to create this. I had. I've always wanted to write a book about my experiences with psychosis but i kind of felt that it would have more to offer offers a book if i listed the help of a co author. He was a professional in mental health. An augment stephen a conference on and it was about schools. New routes tibet to catholic schizophrenia. anti newell basket sphere. Its area of expertise. Less ask him. let's ask him and he was for. And so we started writing this book together But just felt the kind of just mike spirit. Just the expert by experience will lived experience on and maybe wouldn't hold water. I thought that it would be much better. Talbot's that too. What about east stephen so obvious similar oversee from a professional perspective. So as okay said. I have kind of specialized in researching schizophrenia for twenty five years and look after any large number of patients with illness and other and had wanted to write a book that would be accessible to them and to a wider audience. But also one. That wouldn't be too dry rocket dynamic and around about the time. I'm i'm erica. I also told by various agents event. If i wanted to write a book like this. I definitely need to get Lots of people stories in it so lots of people with lived experience contributing Beating erica was a very happy coincidence and from there took us a while to get going but i think we broke during two eighteen and then finished off in nineteen before publishing of this year. And who would you say that. It's forty anyone with schizophrenia. And anyone is interested in like working schizophrenia. Or care and put some moments schizophrenia. Like a friend or a loved one. Yeah i think. I anyone who's got Or any other type of psychotic illness. This a few different types of psychotic illness Bipolar disorder for example People often have psychotic symptoms of that and other conditions. That are less common so anyone kinds of problems. Anyone looking off to them girlfriend. Mother father sister brother hawks would also. Perhaps anyone is our cassette. Just interested in knowing a bit more about psychosis genuine schizophrenia in particular so one of the psychiatry senior trainees kindly read the book. drafts and coming to the drafts to improve the readability. Apparently who has no connection health connection was he apparently likes reading the extent. For at least it's it's worked. It's an interesting one for me. Because i was now hundred solder and i had psychosis so it would have been lucky to have a ham but like the i think when i i have my my first bit of mania because the thing is it happens and then you get back to normal source of reading. I what's happened to. Why as happened what to do next radius. That's almost as bad as well as just happened in a way. That kind of Mystery around it. Will this fair around it. You're right to tell us a bit about your experiences again our. We've always had you on the poco before that was a while ago. now so you're right to tell we re to go right to tell listeners about your experiences psychosis first episode. Was rhinos on about twenty two Fourteen hours say it's been about two decades of living with psychosis Something i can manage quite well with medication and different therapies But it can be quite terrifying when you have a psychotic episode and there's definitely more at the start of the illness later on and i think the police spying on me. I think i've committed really henious cry and all much like a burglary or you know so of a monkey or something really say area slight blowing up canary war types areas And i just really believe. It's true. And i might start to think the The songs i hear on the radio have been written especially for me to kind of condemn more behavior or the tv might be talking to me in subliminal messages and is terrifying united states ironic to me how much fear or inspire notice when they hear a half psychosis when the reality is you know. I'm just terrified myself. Really in a housebound when it's happening.
Washington, D.C. Reserve officer dies in reported burglary at his Laurel home
"Every volunteer D C police officer is being investigated as a homicide. His body was found yesterday inside his laurel home. Police were called to the home on Main Street for a report of a possible burglary. Inside, they found the body of 43 year old Brian Bregman. It's not clear how he died. An autopsy will be done. D. C. Police confirmed. Bregman had been a reserve officer there for 16 years. He was also a lawyer. Laura Guinan is with Laurel police. Anybody who you know if they think they felt anything that comes to mind. We want to hear all all tips, she says. The case is very unusual for the city. It's extremely rare. So this we had no homicide that all last year.
Seattle police chief announces tougher policy of prosecuting protesters who vandalize
"In the wake of recent riots and Portland Seattle's police chief has announced tougher policies for protesters who vandalized have become violent chief Adri India, saying that there's a big difference between a peaceful protest and, of course, people simply causing damages to buildings and private property. Wednesday, a group of people marched through the streets of Seattle, vandalizing several buildings. Police arresting three people. They face charges of burglary, assault and
Breakthrough at Home Pain and Mental Health Relief with Richard Hanbury, Founder Sana Health, Inc
"Walk back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez. Here and today. I have the privilege of hosting richard henry. He is the founder of saana health. remonstration platform for pain relief and deepak station. Richard develop the technology behind saana to eradicate his own life threatening pain. Problem following a spinal cord injury from a jeep crash near saana in yemen and nineteen. Ninety-two richard has an mba. From the wharton school in healthcare and also a law degree from the college of law in london the original benchtop device removed all his nerve damage pain in three months saving his life. He has spent twenty five years developing the sonnet technology from the original benchtop device to the current device undergoing clinical trials sonnet uses pulsed light and sound and a heart rate variability feedback loop to guide the user in a deep state of relaxation. Clinical trials have been completed in opioid use disorder and fibromyalgia and sauna is launching in fibromyalgia and twenty twenty one however is available today and richard is going. Tell us more about it. And i'm just really excited to have the opportunity to interview richard and have them bring forth this technology to to the the world richard such a pleasure to have you here today to be thank it. Yeah and so before we dive into saana and it saana dot. Io folks if you're curious tell us a little bit about you and what got you into healthcare thank you yes as a nineteen year old kid. I was traveling in in the yemen. And i was given a choice of a head on collision in my jeep next to a petrol truck or two gulf bridge and i chose gulf a bridge. 'cause i figured We would either way. There would be so remains to find if i went to the bridge. Say dance with dry riverbeds sixty foot dying and cheap crumpled up A results in spun good injuries from thc ten. Which is betty button level plus a traumatic brain injury and they say old. That was why. I had to be medevac k. I was clinically dead for eight minutes back to matt intercom a middle of that resulted in damaged problem that was say sparrows given a five year life expectancy sarabia. It was the question of near figure. Something i myself or old. I say that was the mother of invention necessity. It's unbelievable i mean that is crazy. So you're driving a jeep and there's this truck just heading straight at you and you're like explosive beth falloffs bridge and you just made the choice. I mean like when that happened. Richard to win you actually remember like what point jr actually start remembering what happened and gained consciousness. And how did they find you so it was semi passenger was burglary but was in good enough shape to festival shine in arabic. So the people watching the right to danger. Petrol cigarettes is they were running. Schools tile passwords lit cigarettes. In khao is everything was checked in the gasoline tank Say yeah ben. E managed to get them to throw away the cigarettes publicized and transported us to vote what they very loosely called the hospital. And that's my friend. Got the insurance companies to send them back pain coming up. Unbelievable i mean. I mean that is just unbelievable Era miracle the be here spell. And i'm sure that the road to recovery was not easy for you and you know lots of gain. You said i had to do something about this. And that was the beginning of sauna and so you've made leaps and bounds. Since the beginning you're recovered very happy for you. Richard and As i'm sure your family is to so now you have this device and this company. Why don't you tell us a little bit more about what it is how it works and that way the listeners could get educated on it including myself suddenly say basically. All pain is some combination of central mediation. Which has had brain prices pain and prefer plain. Which is the signal coming into the brain. Now with mike pain i had sponging. Tbi and i was on very extreme faction where it was all about how the brain was pricing pain signal. But it wasn't really paints were coming up from my spine. It was essentially corrupt. Data stream is very similar to what you get with phantom limb. Actually being told her in pain is being told your visits we had signal. That doesn't quite make sense. Say with me. I was very rainy. Lucky the original device was able to wipe all by damage pain
Fire at strip mall in Seattle’s Lake City determined to be incendiary
"Mall Monday night has now been ruled arson. Almost Michelle Esteban says damages are estimated at $2 million. Just the way this strip mall fire burned, raised red flags for seasoned firefighters on it didn't take long for investigators to prove their hunt The fire that devoured seven Lake city businesses and brought down part of the roof investigators say was deliberately set. It's hard because it's like when you're in the community each other to bid and You don't have any problems with people. And then this happens. It's like you always ex wife. Will Barker's barbershop, gifted cuts and his fiancee's nail salon. We're right in the middle of the strip mall. It's not my woman. She really took it to like hard like she she was broken. Barker and his fiancee got there right after it started, But there was nothing anyone could do. Minutes before the fire. Seattle police got a burglary call. Witnesses saw people running away. Shell Esteban Common News.
Police: Man steals mini-snow plow, crashes into Target
"Long Island, New York Man is in custody after reportedly plowing through the doors of the department store. Suffolk County Police say it all started right before 2 A.m. when a 33 year old man stole a bobcat Skid loader, which is used to push no from a base your shopping center. He then crashed, the many snow plow through the front doors of a nearby target, Police said. Once inside, the man stole a coat in several gift cards before police caught him in the Elektronik section. The Deer Park resident has please Did not guilty to third degree burglary and fourth degree larceny. Nobody was injured.
"burglary" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"This episode Lauren is a third rate burglary attempt. . This episode is all about Watergate. . I am so excited. . I'm so excited and you know what? ? This is why you decided to pour us a glass of wine. . To keep you entertained because honest to God, , this is a lot. . Old White men doing a lot of crap? ? Yeah. . Well, , cheers to that I guess. . Here we go. . SIP SIP. . All right everybody laid on me. . Buckle up. . The Watergate scandal was a political scandal in the US involving the administration of US President Richard Nixon from nineteen seventy, , two to nineteen, , seventy, four , leading to Nixon's resignation. . So okay picture it nineteen, , seventy, , two <hes>. . President Richard Mille House Nixon was running for re election. . The United States is still embroiled in the Vietnam. . War. . The country deeply divided a forceful presidential campaign seemed essential to the president and some of his key advisors <hes>. . All Right Act one. . ooh. . Ooh Act one the Watergate. . Complex. . Here's our key players here. . Okay. . We have Richard. . Nixon. . Who is the president of the United States and he is also the Republican nominee for the nineteen seventy two election tricky Dick Tricky Dick. . Exactly. . We. . We also do have George McGovern who is the Democratic nominee for the nineteen seventy, , two election although he barely shows up in the store you have to know that he's the he's the Democratic nominee. . There's H R Haldeman he is the White House Chief of staff and you have John Erlich men, , who is the council in Assistant to the President for domestic affairs? ? We also have the committee to re elect the president. . Do you do you know what this? ? Committee is often referred to as. . Is this like it's like the power four or committee to re elect the president. . It is officially abbreviated the CRP, , but it is often abbreviated as C. R. E. P. or creep <hes>. . References to that throughout this <hes> and creep is I mean yeah it works in this in this case citation, , but it is officially abbreviated cr the committee to re elect the president. . So in that, , some of the key figures are John, , Mitchell, , who is at this point, , the attorney, , General of the United States and then he becomes the campaign director. . There's Jeb Stuart Magruder, , who is a business executive and the acting chairman of the CRP <hes>, , and then a couple of names eubank actually be promoted with G Gordon Liddy he's a former FBI agent and European employee, , and there's also e Howard Hunt who is a former CIA agent and CRP CRP employees. . All right. . Here's the setting. . The Watergate complex. . K built between nineteen, , sixty, three , and nineteen seventy-one. . The Watergate was considered one of Washington DC's most desirable living spaces. . It was popular with members of Congress and political appointees of the executive branch the Watergate Complex actually a group of six buildings in the foggy bottom neighborhood of Washington DC in nineteen seventy two the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee was then located on the sixth floor of the Watergate office building. . So the Watergate complex, , it was intended to be a city within a city so it was supposed to have so many amenities that residents wouldn't need to leave you know. . So they were supposed to have like a post office and restaurant and Jen concierge Oh sure gyms in the seventy everyone's smoked like chimneys died forty eight. . Right that's why nobody who lived in the seventies is still around. . I always assumed it was just like a single building I didn't realize it was like. . Axe So? ? Yes. . There was the Watergate Hotel there was <hes> Watergate West and Watergate East, which , were like apartment buildings. . There's a Watergate office building and there's <hes> one of their Watergate apartment building too. . So <hes>, , it was a big complex <hes>. . It was actually proposed and built by the Italian architectural firm SGI. . And one really interesting. . The one thing that I found renders ing is the Vatican was actually a major investor in this project get how. . So because of this, , the Vatican was at one point part owner of the Watergate until nineteen sixty-nine that's wild. . Yeah, , right. . Whatever the Italian I mean. . Come on. . The Watergate's popularity among members of Congress, , and again, , these high-ranking of appointees was very strong and so many members of the Nixon Administration settled there that the DC press actually named it the Republican, , Bastille? ? Wows. . Yes. . So another group we have to worry about right now are called the White House plumbers. . They are simply sometimes called the plumbers or the room sixteen project Jay were covert White, , house, , Special Investigations Unit which was established within a week after the publication of the Pentagon papers in June nineteen seventy-one. . Okay. . So the plumbers job was to stop and or respond to the. . Leaking of classified information, , the news media <hes>, , and just a quick refresher at the Pentagon papers which was officially titled. Report . of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Vietnam Task Force was a US Department of Defense History of the United States is political and military involvement in Vietnam from Nineteen forty-five to nineteen, , Sixty, , seven in twenty eleven. . This report was formerly declassified and released. .
"burglary" Discussed on Smashing Security
"Of dollars worth crap that turn out. It was just because he was enjoying it for this company. Who told you to buy that Peleton grow? I don't Anyway Maria. What's your pick of the week so my pick of the week very practical the week because I was GonNa Recommend Star Trek with card. But I figure that's given that I would recommend so whatever it's very good I I also enjoy it. Just figure anyone who wants to see it as seen it by this point because the season's almost over So my take is a virus related because a plague is happening There's a link that we can share in the show notes in Los Angeles. Time put together a list of twenty seconds song courses that you can sing while washing your hands singing happy birthday twice. Abc Song. Because I I have a toddler so I'm always singing the ABC's song and you know happy birthday because my daughter thinks birthdays very cute but a little crazy. But if you want to seeing raspberry beret or Joe Lean or choose hurts or oh I don't know Africa by Toto They they tell you what parts of the song like usually the chorus that will ask about twenty seconds and wash your hands and tiny tour. Can you work while washing your hands? Does anyone know that? I'M NOT GONNA stop you danger. They're telling people to stay out of hospitals right now. So if it's going to put you in. Traction don't do it. That's my SMS from my my medical center saying it was time for my annual. And I was like dudes serious happening. Marvelous well everyone loves a little sing song so I think that's a great thing to do. Now you've got a variety of songs. Greatest Hits Slick A. K. Tail Album Jeanette threat during the day that while it's a reference There's there's more of that on twitter. I've seen a bunch of people compiling lists of songs that you can sing so if you're a death metal fan there's options for you at their Roger Ads Muslim. Throw what your pick of the week. We'll just goes to show you how connected in similar Marie. Nis right because mine is also Ronin fires related. Now if you guys who's GonNa link please I want you to watch? It's video. Which I know is so great for podcast. Mcgregor Rick. This comes from my brother who sent it to me this morning because he knows I'm a bit of a guy who's he's he's driven up to a like a takeaway drive through. This isn't for real. No this is a Hawaii rather than hand in her money for his Burger. He's handing a toilet roll. Yes so this isn't my pick of the week. I think my nitpick of the week. Which is this whole like what? The world is running out of toilet paper. But because people are like stalling. We'RE GONNA shift at one. What I find difficult to understand on this is that I'm hearing this mostly from people in North America and in Australia right this whole stockpile stockpile stockpile of toilet paper and toilet. Paper is right up there like they mentioned before what? I do just just the people that I know in that area. Most people that live tend to shop big compared to Euro Bimbo. Right like we don't go. I don't buy twelve rolls or eighteen. Eighty four roles. Whatever you suck toilet paper I just think it looks to the Lens faintly walking down the street.
"burglary" Discussed on Smashing Security
"Thank you very allow. It was a relaxing seen. The wind was blowing in east elite burden. What was the air quality rating for that date? You know Fab. The birds were singing and there was the sound of someone. Bicycling past neighborhood bring was not well was not well because restaurant. Worker Zachary McCoy he was that McCoy he was talking about his regular business and he received an email un-unexpected email claiming to come from Google's legal investigations support legal investigation support team. If I got an email like that suddenly be Google police. Well the email told him that. The local police force had demanded information related to his Google account and unless he went to court and try to block it. Google would give the police the information within seven days. Okay so basically. They got a request for his information. They warn the person whom the cops are cited no. They weren't when they did that. I did so basically. We don't think they do to click date really by said. If you've got any problem with this let us know because there was no warrant. Maybe maybe it's because they say the COPS said look. Can you just give this account? Because we get out. And they're like okay maybe but with ask him first because there's warrant just seven days for him to try blocking co how well. How would you responsive if Google send you that kind of message? Well I probably wouldn't open the email and so I'm screwed just claim ignorance never star. Sorry so you can't do anything. Probably just one Nelly Mitt ignorant well McCoy was flooded and he thought that's going on here and he thought to have an android phone and like many people. I use Google Youtube Google products and soon all of the data would be in the hands of the police but he had a clue and the clue was a case number referred to in the email from Google. He took that case number. And he went to the Gainesville police department's website and he looked it up and what he discovered was that there was a wizened ninety seven year old lady lesser lift less than a mile away from his home. He say from current affairs. She she'd found that several pieces of precious jewelry including her engagement. Ring out here with two thousand dollars had been stolen. Had gone missing from a home should be burglarized design in America. Yeah Burglar got add. Is that they really do. They call it been burglarized burglarize catch might actually be old English which weaves a bit like gotten which we've dropped but the Americans have rather quaintly kept so they say burglarized very funny very strange US colonials now so seemingly the police in Gainesville Florida were interested in Zachary. Mccoy's Google account because of this little old ladies burglary. This is what he he worked out so what he did was. He went to his parents. He doesn't know this woman does he? Well no he doesn't. It's not an annex it up and you have no idea you're talking about exactly right okay. Just throwing clear sorry. Go seven days until Google hands. I've rule of my data things to my can do say boroughs a few thousand dollars from his parents. Knee hires a lawyer and they did some digging around. Go looking around for what time look at. What's going on here? Growth there and they discover that the authorities were attempting to use a geo fence warrant to get his personal information. We talked about GIO fence more more. Sometimes they called location dragnets or remorse. Location such you dial back to episode one hundred forty four or you have tenure research institute clearly very much we described how the FBI had old google to do one of these reverse location searches. Tell them investigate. A bank robbery in Wisconsin. Yeah basically imagine a huge net over a location in a city or a town or a neighborhood and then he just go down and just scoop up any information from anyone there that might fit profiler might be interesting to them on their interest in who was at a particular location or in the environment within a time period yet. When they don't have any leads they can find potential suspects by running sort of location recognize really kind of interesting and increasingly cops are using the They want to know who's in the vicinity of a crime based upon the location data shed by their mobile phone so now Zachary McCoy knows that his phone's location had linked him the vicinity of the crime scene lethal. Why why me he sing him? What makes me suspicious? Well it turned out when he looked is run. Keep a fitness tracking APP that you realized that he had been riding his bicycle. Three times within an hour. He'd been doing a loop and it'd been passing slowed lady's House that suspicious activity a bit like crew. You know how crazy you in your neighborhood. At least they're people cruise around low-speed now. Just let me their arms of stuck out the window. That doesn't actually happen. But what did we do have drag races? What'S OXFORD YEAH? It was like on a Sunday night. On what street on and they were they obviously going around quite large block because they were going up our street every about five minutes and they did it for about an hour and a half and there was about maybe ten cars and it wasn't super late. It was like maybe nine. Pm or something like how. How could they do that on the roads at y'all have those are tiny exactly as people hark on those roads on Sunday nights right and there is families and exactly really? Yeah for real anyway. It was all of this information gathered by his android APP in being shared with Google. Which made him a personal of interest. Yep I get that now facing the house or something exactly and I think they really sort of highlights this whole problem of just how much information technology companies like Google scooping up about us from mobile phones and the ease with which the police can potentially grab. It is pretty scary isn't it? Yeah but you haven't answered the question. Can what's that did he steal the.
"burglary" Discussed on KOMO
"That there was a burglary in his home and again home surveillance video caught Chanel in the home stealing a guitar and running away from it during a search warrant police also found jewelry and a large rock inside of Chanel's backpack he was arrested on August fifteenth and charged with the residential burglary four days later his long criminal past includes a two thousand ten arrests were you got stuck in the chimney trying to break into a Seattle home police say he was stuck for hours and then pleaded not guilty after being arrested investigators want to know who made a frightening and dangerous prank call early yesterday morning that led to another case of swatting officers race to Homer Renton only to find a frightened family inside commercials and fun I came here and then I can hear banging on my door it was about three Saturday morning when Michelle dough heard yelling I just wake at seeing police why an officer with the shield Joe was home with two of our kids when officers arrived and rush them outside the back of a police car they said we received a four to call from us in crisis hotline I'm saying that your husband called in as in self saying that he confessed to raping and murdering his family I'm like what now that's not possible obviously you know we're here they're expecting to find Somers scenes and thank god they didn't Joe asks officers where they got the information when the officer said well it came from a crisis hotline and like have you guys checked in the sliding police say swatting is a crime it's making a prank call to nine one one one that typically involves hostages or shooting so that police and emergency crews respond to someone's home it happened several times now in king county back in June video capture the seventy three year old grandma and Auburn ordered outside by deputies deputies arrived in surrounded her home after swatting call I am happy and I'm mad does that she has so many mixed emotions right now I just think about all the time wasted.
"burglary" Discussed on KTRH
"Process by which we reproduce. Sexual act. Is fraught with awkwardness? Repression. All sorts of oddness. In fact, it's a subject that some of you will turn the station rather than talk about fully understand not mad at you, nor do I need the Email from you. Saying that you change the station. Just just change the station. I'm good. You be good too. But it's an issue that we have increasingly dragged into the courtroom. It's an issue that we have expanded the state's control and review of. But here's the problem. It's not always simple. Let's take the case of burglary for instance, burglary of a habitation occurs. When an individual trespass is on a property where he doesn't have agency. He doesn't have license doesn't have permission to be an enters a structure dwelling. With the intention of taking what he finds there. Right, otherwise, it's just basic vandalism. We can look at the elements of a crime. Let's let's pull those up elements of. Burglary in Texas. You have to look at the elements of a crime to understand whether a crime was committed in that swear people get upset over lawyering. But it's important otherwise you. Well, I Don waste budget time. They're a person commits an offense if without the effective consent of the owner of the person one enters a habitation or a building or any portion of a building not then open to the public with intent to commit a felony theft or an assault or remains concealed with intent to commit a felony theft or an assault in a building or enters a building or habitation and commits or attempts to commit a felony theft or assault. That's a pretty cut and dried case. The police officers come in. You've got the guy running away running out of the front door. So we know he penetrated the structure. The fact that he's running. The owner is not there, and he's had no prior communication with the owner is proof enough that he didn't have approval to do it. The building was not open to the public. It was secured. It was locked it was dark the lights were out. And there would be no reason that a reasonable person would believe that the building was open. Now, the reason those elements are important is when you go into a convenience store. I can't just argue that you burgled them because it was open to the public. You had a reasonable expectation that you could go in and look for a candy bar or a six pack. Burglary is a pretty easy case to to think through pretty easy case to discuss. But issues related to sex are increasingly difficult, and I think that's a bad thing for victims. What has happened is? That the role of the victim has been expanded beyond reasonableness such that more and more people are finding themselves or a loved one afoul of the law, or at least accused of being a foul of the law in a behavior. That made sense at the time. Now that might include aggressive acts.
"burglary" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Deported not non violent ones and they were interpreting burglary as a violent crime they kind of gave the upgrade okay to violent justice court said now you can't say that you can't just say burglary is you can't give them the upgrade its unnecessarily vague saying violent criminals if you wanted to port everyone you have to write a law that says deport everyone you catch a criminal you catch him stealing a pack of gum you can kick them out but the law as it says now in immigration law immigration law says only violent criminals are going to be deported on this fast track basis or however it is the trump administration wanted to use this law that says you can kick out violent criminals right away with less less processor speed up the process of deportation because they are violent criminals and they were expanding violent criminals into into more areas and justice course says no boom gavel down you can't do it guess what everybody i agree with justice gorgeous and the liberal justices here's why this is a long standing thing of mine tell me if you disagree eight three three eight five two four eight six six i think if you wanna law if you want a law in this country you have to pass it immigration law should say we're kicking you out if we catch you i don't care for cystic a gum we caught you you're an illegal alien you broke the law so we can deport you right now immigration law doesn't say that it says only the the worst of the worst justice course that says you can't just keep defining who the worst of the worst is the law says you kick out the violent criminals it's only going to be the violent ones guys who shot up at thing or someone over the head or committed violence rape etc he said if you want to deport burglars you gotta stick a law that says burglars to get it that's why that's the essence of liberalism is is taking the law and stretching it to fix your needs to fit your needs i don't believe we should be able to do it i agree with the striking down even though i'm kind of.
"burglary" Discussed on WLOB
"And they were interpreting burglary as a violent crime they kind of gave it the upgrade okay to violent justice court said no you can't say that you can't just say burglary is you can't give them the upgrade its unnecessarily vague saying violent criminals if you wanted to port everyone you have to write a law that says deport everyone you catch a criminal you catch him stealing a pack of gum you can kick them out but the law as it says now immigration law us immigration law says only violent criminals are going to be deported on this fast track basis or however it is the trump administration wanted to use this law that says you can kick out violent criminals right away with less you know less processor speed up the process of deportation because they are violent criminals and they were expanding violent criminals into into more areas and justice it says no boom gavel down you can't do it guess what everybody i agree with justice courses and the liberal justices here's why this is a long standing thing of mine tell me if you disagree eight three three eight five two four eight six six i think if you wanna law if you want a law in this country you have to pass it immigration law should say we're kicking you out if we catch you i don't care for the stick of gum we caught you you're an illegal alien you broke the law so we can deport you right now immigration law doesn't say that it says only the the worst of the worst justice course it says you can't just keep defining who the worst of the worst is the law says you kick out the violent criminals it's only going to be the violent ones guys who shot up thing or someone over the head or do you committed violence rape etc he said if you want to deport burglars you gotta stick law that says burglars to.
"burglary" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Burglary band as that was good that was good that's club brothers the burglary criminal trespass and theft by unlawfully taking for allegedly swiping a pot of meatballs from a man's garage if you have in your they deserve some blame your bank to have that shit stolen even if you ever frigerator in the garage you don't have meatballs in a pot in the garage there's something about storage okay i'm about to reveal something where do i put these honey i got so many of them cook them in the on the garage real on the garage grill in my family it ain't connie and uncle ben's house they have a grill in the garage with smoking grad cold enough leave it out when we have thanksgiving christmas there are cartner three card table setup food is sitting on the work when you go to make yourself like a late night turkey sandwich leftover whatever you make your plate with all the stuff you bring back in and heated up so and i've always thought to myself like are we this any like anybody could come and just come in and be like yeah the garage doors usually open while mr potter's walking out meet leftovers we put it out there anyway we'll get him naked eighteen goal the car l g get over here you son of a bet she can't catch me.
"burglary" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A job and i wanted to my school cal service they beat and more news education was in for someone like me and their opinion that wasn't the type growing up i all live i heard the same complaints and pins about me that my parents and councillors had always get asked the same questions will i be confronted with authority was the matter with you but can't you just do what you're told why don't you just be like other kids my only answered back to them was on one of bhilai cutter kids on what to do what i'm told all the time i just thought if i can only get away from all of them i i'd be okay i just got to get the hell out of here living around them and living in a small towns like wearing shoes that were too tight to our caller that was too tight thought there was always chafing under control other people's directions for me other people's ideas for me other people's decisions being made for me i just felt the vitus didn't get away from here on explode i knew i would rather fail at die than live the life that people imagine that i had to live but i had no solution i needed solution fight either one it was desperate and dramatic and i always willing to take a a big risk forward urges to know what that solution would be alerts ago volkov friday mark hughes talked to the police about a burglary suspect that he had committed does the police routinely told me out of class they questioned me about my activities a certainly the activities of my friends though went over to his house and while standing at the front door seem standing in the dark on the other side of the screen came forward walked out on the porch see me he was really eye on doping is it drooped as torpor demeanor and his hollow wise look at abbvie standing up close to me on the porch quickly produced a switch way knife was found its way to my throat a feltham prussian sharpedged pressing on my skin all right guard fudged all he's got a copy sperry face to face mike user casino royce road deadlocked in his eyes as we stood there i i thought i.
"burglary" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Know see the privacy issues revolving around this device put the i think the the real concern is fifty criminals get this in their hands because they would be able to case out a whole neighbourhood oh say they pull into a neighborhood see who is is someone home in you know the know days they'd make of a spoof phone call but now they just have a you know with all the telephones and everything you don't know person's home or not so they put that up against a home and they confirmed that the person to people are in home and then goes you're a captive burglary and all those sitting there sneak in uh get whatever they want at that point fans view uh bring up that part of it because you know and they will get a hold of this my monies for x amount of dollars paying these things and they'll be all over the country used by the bad guys ladies and gentlemen that eliciting what this brings up the question nighttime middle of the night uh the bad guys are case cowesett are casing the streets they don't know who's home who's not you can't gauge by a car sitting out there that car may be left there you heard that maybe the people went away on vacation this so scuttle but got back together so now you're able to go basically window or door to door or all around the building and ascertain alleged say that's anybody who's in any of these rules okay uh say you wanted to go through the door one part of the building stink can show the bad guy order good guys the police fbi if somebody's right there which the swat team getting ready to break down the door with wanna know why that puts up i didn't even thing i kept thinking about the police thing but obviously this will be horrendous these would be all over the.
"burglary" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Is because dressed in july of this year the end of july july thirty of this year this same woman in her name is lilley po gene i think age twenty four is what they said she was charge oh this is this is fantastic oh wait for this oh let me get into this so july 30th she was charged she was originally charged with a class c felony burglary in the second so she was charged with burglary one actually which is a class b felony that was the original charge but then idea of course you know skid morrison charge so of course they dropped did to burglary to oh that's right i just took a take it took a day they dropped it to burglary too so originally she was charged with classb b felony now be phony right burglary burglary one da drops it to burglary too and you know gil in she was as she was actually issue the felon cause on uh 18 of this year guilty conviction after guilty play right and the prosecution dropped theft two which would have been a classy felony they also dropped c see class a misdemeanor which was property damage uh under a thousand dollars and they also let's see okay they modify her probation surcharge four was a probation violation which actually was entered oh this is this is just rich so she gets convicted of a felony originally charged with class b prosecution dimissed dismisses couple charges drops to to a class c she's out on parole probation whatever because remember this happened before they change the rules less be ninety one work your first one basically had zero to eighteen months with eighteen months suspended so she's out on probation and instead of september first this is how quickly in september for she's charged with a probation violation right it's modified but she's still out on probation and then ten twenty three she's charged with another probation violation up but her probation continued i kid you not i can't even make this up so this is all before she pulled a gun on a guy puts gun in his face and steals his car i kid you don't look at the time line here folks seven thirty she charged with burglary one classb felony she ends up weeding out to a class c felony they dropped the other charges but this just happened the in july by september first she's already getting hit with her probate her first.
"burglary" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Yeah i mean when you said nothing about the the burglary and the van in the guys that's that's it i mean i didn't have those specifics but that that's where that's what she was saying that there were i think the men there were two of the three that actually killed her and that the third one was there helping but there were the actually yeah did they ever find those guys and then i'll anther of central question so they never saw among the uh w they did also sign the in the law from the prisons that there was an inmate at a prison he made a call to his brother and this detective upon today took record of the call and there was a discussion he overheard where the men in jail said referenced bean part of the burglary and being a what a witness to the murder but those uh that was not included in the police reports like it was like twenty pages of documents in the discovery the appeals team found that was apparently not included in the paperwork of the original trial but somebody in a prison made reference to witness seen it and the burglary okay and it's crazy so i'm getting so now she didn't get murdered the night before yes she walked her dog m got abducted during the the the dog walk and part of it so what i'm getting it said it was in uh to search something really wrong with the people involved um there's just this really super dark energy here that's like kind of freaking me out a little bit but um.
"burglary" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"You report that hatchet right mmhmm but what if he ever illegal weapon normally when somebody breaks into your house and the eat let's say you had a a shotgun that wasn't registered to you and somebody steals it normally don't repeat you don't report that to the cops right so that's the other issue to then then you go k while he has these hatchets well that kind of puts him in the more likely they may be killed the dog scenario and then well how did he get the guns while he's breaking into houses and still and guns and i wonder if any of those individuals to come forward and say well i actually did have a shotgun where i did have a 22 and that yet and that's why questioned the statement that he did not have access to firearms when you're busting into people's homes and taking things you have access to a lot of things that you normally don't have access to the big question for me on those on those other burglary charges i would love to know how he gained access into those homes right because here's the thing it weakens say all day long that he would not have broken into his own home that he would not have busted open this door and went in there we can't say that if that is exactly how he was gaining access into these other homes my suspicion is did my suspicion captain is that he was not breaking into these homes in the reason why i say that is when i look at the charges he's charged with first and second degree burglary but charged with criminal trespassing meaning that he was in an area that he shouldn't be for reasons that there were no good m but you would expect to see a breaking and entering charge with with james yet i do not see so i'm wondering what this being a rural area is this just as simple situation of people leaving their doors unlocked he knows nobody's home and he lives in the woods he can creep up on your house whenever he feels like it checked the doors and walk around your home and collect items that he believes he needs for whatever survival game he's playing in the woods down as a very good point.
"burglary" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"The they add two competing problems here if shingles killed on the 24th and he was already out of the house because they also allowed there was we also at like days and days of hearings back then so so tower triangulation was brands spankingnew so we had to do a hearing on that you just never been admitted in california before it became apparent that uh he was probably at the warehouse even based on their cell phone triangulation earlier than this ted eighteen time period would she was on the computer if that was the case then and he didn't go back to the house he was not the one who was responsible for disappearance and they had to other problems that they will tried to avoid there was a burglary across the street they kept trying to say the burglary happened two days later but the problem was before they knew about uh the other being our live on the twenty four th there are additional police reports said the burglary could have happened on the 24th then there the third piece that trying to fit into it was their own thing nurse down in the park who had seen a pregnant woman lift a dog a leash who was getting into it will show you what appeared to be homeless guys who are park and so if that was the case and they had if she had gotten to a fisticuffs or she had got did the sum if something had happened or shooting countered the those lose across the street that would have posed a real problem do their theory the case so they're superior the case was with fight the facts and just uh say that she must have been killed of the 23rd.