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"california department corrections" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

08:11 min | 2 months ago

"california department corrections" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Data dirty. Joe said so we're going to do that. Segment that's probably going to get his fired and bdu's trans women and trans trans women in In prisons Yeah that that is one issue that you can get a lot of trouble for an active community on On policing people say in their attitudes get to that in just a second two quick things. I wanted to mention one rand. Paul is once again. Been booted off a youtube because he's disputing the efficacy of cloth masks even though he's a doctor and he has Studies to back up. His argument has funnier. Just had a conversation with the doctor who has rand. Paul's opinion has been a blocked on youtube again. So you know youtube which the sensors are so bad at their jobs would. Youtube is had to change a bunch of stuff because anytime like a school board meeting a city council meeting when in the public comments. Somebody said something. That youtube disagrees with about vaccinations or masks. Or god knows what else they would. They would take down the entire video awesome. Which is just dumb. How about you let the the free exchange ideas go on their surge in chi- pincay whatever your name is kelly and the picard and in ancient which news stevie nicks is cancelled or twenty twenty concert tour because of cova concerns. If you want to see that all the practitioner of the dark arts warble her. You're going to have to wait well. She just toured with the the mac not long ago. Right the reconstituted. Mac phoenix awake. Now this is from a group called the post millennial which I don't know much about. But i'm i'm told it's a legit news organization and they got a lot of quotes. They put a lot of work into this and it feels. It feels good to me. The headline is female prisoner. Pregnant after california allows biological men to be housed with women under the trans policy. The policy went into effect on january. First i gotta do declare as a man in prison that you were actually a woman and you request to be transferred. It went into effect on january first since two hundred sixty one. Inmates requested transfers. Now i don't know how many of them are legit trans women. And how many of them aren't but and it seems like a pretty high percentage or a pretty high number given everything i know about. How many trains people are. Just general will. And i would say this with all due respect to Legitimate people who who are dealing with this. We're talking about a class of people who has made criminality their lifestyle. So would they throw on a little lipstick and claimed to be a gal on right. I skipped that part. I meant to say that by the way it can go both ways you can be in a women's prison sama man. We get transferred to almost entirely the other direction though so people yeah funny how that work and yeah. That's an excellent point. Because i was going to mention one of the things is the sports thing is still a problem and still issue that they gotta wrestle to the ground but there aren't very many. It's a problem even if it's a legit so if you're if you're born with a male body and everything like that and you legitimately are trains but if you get to compete in women's sports is gonna blow things up but There aren't many people that are gonna fake that there just aren't that many people that wanna tell their friends and family and everybody. I'm actually a woman just so they can compete a sports but in prison. Plenty of people. Who would be willing to pretend to do that. As joe just explain first of all. What's the downside. You're in prison and People that do criminal stuff that they do whatever's going to benefit them legal or not as a lifestyle. Anyway we've now heard from seven different people inside california central california's women's facilities according to the post millennial that at least one woman poss- possibly moore's now pregnant after being housed with the male felon who is transferred to the women's prison. Under sb one thirty two. That is the scott weiner. Who's a nutjob. Bill that got past that says people just can declare that they're the other sex and asked to be transferred to the prison now. The system is bracing for a wave of pregnancies and increase violence in the facilities wolf which is a group called. The women's liberation front may go by wolf has been firing back at california's legislation the slamming the california legislators for enabling sexual assault after passing. Sp one thirty two and said the prison administration. Dispersing counters contraceptives now to female inmates. Inmates is a tacit admission by officials. I'd say so if you've got all women on the women's prison including dudes but they you know they're they're actually women they say. Well you're not going to have to hand out contraceptives in a way that you didn't in the past. If you're given birth you got ovaries. You're a woman you got testicles. Your man and a feminine man. I don't hate you for that. I would never hurt you for that. Maybe you're very butch woman that's fine you be you and god bless ya but quit with the ridiculous one tenth of one percent of college professor lunatics idea that there's no such thing as men and women do not use gender language to address. Everyone brennan this bill. It's practically impossible to have this conversation. Without using gendered language to the women's liberation front senator report went on to say the men who wished to transfer need only take a laughable right person right prison class which covers hard hitting topics like you may be asked questions. How will you handle that. Trains fears of being housed with sis. And what's in it for you. So you have to do is say nam. I'm actually woman i just. I just realized this. I've known it all my life and then they give you this class the deal with these things and then they Apparently california department corrections believed this as an adequate way of screening the mens rea request and a way to ensure that housing them and women is appropriate under california's new legislation. Male felons can transfer to any women's prison facility regardless of the crimes they've committed including violence against women. Oh my god. Y'all yuna cornea were realism and adulthood. Go to die. You could be imprisoned. Because you're a serial rapist of women declare. You're a woman and get transferred into a women full of prison a prison. Follow now my understanding. Is they appraise these people on a case by case basis. But if you have people getting pregnant while let's should say that's an indication. Things aren't going perfectly well. I assume wolf would exaggerate. But i don't know how accurate is all they gotta do. Declare it and then you gotta take this Training the right watson. Prison training A majority of californians assessor seventy seven percent disagree with policies that allow biological males to enter single-sex spaces like prisons homeless so as tiny minority of bigots three quarters of californians. A blue blue blue blue state. Three quarters of horns ain't good. What if i'm a dude in prison and i pull off the transfer to a women's prison. That's the happiest day of my life. And i i wouldn't assault anybody but just not being around a bunch of crazy angry. Big strong men that might hurt me would be one advantage plus them gals are long further male touch. I mean there's some there's some love and he had come on the think still would fail..

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"california department corrections" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

08:18 min | 2 months ago

"california department corrections" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"To be only a family member or living in the same household. Could drop off. Mail ballots anyone can do it so this and you can create your own ballot at home and some believe that there might be a flood. Well first of all it. It could be a mostly male election and with bounded harvesting. It's possible that on september fourteenth and the night of and the next day. We still don't know the results of this recall. It could be like the presidential elections going to take days for them to be late. All of the male and crab most other states don't have ballot hardest thing so we've got a situation here that is going to be unique. I don't think other states had print your print the ballot at your home. They rigged this system to protect themselves so they continue one party rule. This is now a grave threat because they have a dunce as governor who f- everything up and other try to save his. But because i don't want to republican in their vetoing everything for the next year when we come back. What a nice story. The future of prisons in california. Why they're going to have barbecue areas and flowers gardens. It's gonna be very pleasant to be in a california prison. We'll talk about it next. John and ken. Kfi john and ken. Shaw not about and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app was supposed to come back all fresh and ready and happy from your time off. Now i've felt that for about twenty minutes. The first i minutes the show by by four thirty is completely soured. Are you guys gonna share a depres bathing suit pictures or i got some new follow. She already had that you know. She shared them with the world. I mean she posted them online. Assist thing about. Oh you know i'm in turks and caicos than i thought i would assume was. My trip was really swimsuit. Modelling was not. Don't be ridiculous tour. They took them i. We were with another couple but was it just you alone like modern. No i haven't i have. I have one. I didn't post it was. It was her alone and there was a picture of myself and my girlfriend. Yes i that you had to. That was just you and your swim. So you're doing staring at my pictures. Pop up on my. I didn't see a like talking about it in elected. Yeah i'm gonna like your swimsuit pictures. Well okay a single picture i had. I had pictures of just the beautiful ocean and the sand. I didn't see alike from john kobylt. There're no bathing said. There are no likes coming from anyone so it wasn't assortment of your vacation photos. It wasn't just a bunch of exactly. No it was mostly a bunch of was not it was not auditioning for but anyway swimwear model years ago this show when we had this judge. Remember any appointed a guy. Remember saying i think it was. Clark kelso remember that name. Oh yes he was like the overseer. He was in charge of our prisons. Because things have gotten out of control in california remember. Had these ideas that the prison should be a nice place to live and they would have soft music playing aroma therapy aromatherapy right yoga. Yeah perhaps outdoor areas session green japanese gardens. Yeah well this is apparently the dream of gavin newsom and the future of california prisons according to the sacramento bee article. They one of model them. After the norwegian models of incarceration and it's described coming soon to a medium security institution will be a barbecue patio for inmate. Family visits softer furniture laptops for all prisoners expanded education and job training opportunities and more spaces for incarcerated people to learn how to manage their emotions how to navigate relationships and to think through the consequences of their actions. These are psychopaths news. Said we're gonna put the are back in two cd cr for the california department corrections and rehabilitation right. He actually said that a speech like like you could rehabilitate psychopaths. Y- you know what they found. I said this a thousand times that person who's a psychopath. They have no conscience. There's actually a little section of your brain that contains the conscience right and they have found that people without consciences. Actually that section of the brain is very small. It's diseased it's it's not there so it's it's it. There's there's no way to teach somebody to have a conscience. It's impossible if they don't have the brain structure for it then. They're going to do whatever they want and never feel bad about it. This is all part of the bigger picture you know. Before the pandemic there was one hundred. Twenty two thousand state prisoners. They got it down to one thousand nine thousand because of the corona virus and now due to the parole changes this prop fifty seven seventy six thousand more. Go leaving us with twenty thousand inmates anyway and the reason they're doing this they want to sell this to us as their rehabilitated. They're fine but don't kid yourself those numbers i've been reading. Why do you think there's an uptick in crime in california. These people are loose. Yeah yeah that's exactly right. If they're out of prison they'll commit crimes because you can't rehabilitate them. All you can do is put behind bars. So they don't hurt us. Some guy being arrested. How many times it's like. He has some previous record. They used to. They used to sell this as well. We're going to reduce Prison expenses. We're going to reduce prison spending except they don't. There's no reduction prison spending. Even though we have far fewer prisoners spending more per inmate. Here have they aren't because because the prison guards they're not laying anybody off. No prison guard has been sent home life so now we're paying prisoner for for prison cards. That have far far fewer prisoners to monitor and they just flat out lied. People and people don't know any better and they think they're going to release these tens of thousands more inmates. I mean the california attorney general's around the state of sued to try to block this. But i think they're going to and this is another way they're going to try to sell it. Well look at the prisons now. they have pretty gardens. They barbecue patio softer furniture. These guys are changed. They're going to be fine and because we just decided they are now you know. They don't even believe this. They know they just they. They don't believe if they'd have to try to sell it right. They're going to sell it with nonsense but they don't believe the nonsense you know it's like john kerry doesn't believe in global warming. That's why flies up private plane to obama's party. They don't believe this stuff. They are just part of this movement to undermine the civilization that we live under releasing the criminals makes life more dangerous and chaotic and disgusting. Most of these guys are gonna end up homeless. They're going to be living encampments. It's a reaction to the american capitalistic way of life that they want to ruin Norway has one of the world's lowest recidivism rates that's why we're trying to model their prison system but as one guy says in the story. Well norwegians don't have to deal with the mexican mafia in the area and brotherhood needs prison sida and these gangs because apparently that's a real problem. The state prison system our gang. These.

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"california department corrections" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

02:46 min | 3 months ago

"california department corrections" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"It's like remember how they stop trump for not going through the proper ac- jewel bouquet. But that's that's just one of those process debates. It'll just start. The clock over it has come back with the public is gonna scream to keep murderers in prison. And then they're gonna let him out anyway. They never care what the public says they never do. The exact number is seventy six thousand five hundred forty one inmates. Some of them convicted very violent crimes. They get one day of good conduct credit for every two days served and magically the department of corrections is trying to tell us. They'll be good citizens because you know what they're working hard at their good credit but we found out that it's really easy to get these conduct credits. Oh basically just have to be breathing. It's nonsense issues anarchist ideology. Nobody thinks you let out seventy six thousand people who've committed violent felonies and that life is going to be sweet and wonderful in the real world. They only have ninety. Five thousand prisoners left there because they gain the system to get good conduct credit. Yeah suddenly going to be reformed. But they set up the system to let these people out in order to brainwash us all. They have good conduct. Credit. what even they. These are not good conduct people. They've killed stop it. But it's part of the constant manipulation of our minds. They create a system that includes this phrase good conduct it's arbitrary it's fake and invented and then they go. Wow look look model prisoner. Good conduct right outta here then the same exactly the same bad guy that you put in for murder. There's no good conduct. What because they sat in their cell and they didn't kill their their cellmate. Anne-marie schubert who is running for california attorney general she's the sacramento county. Da said da's found out that the california department corrections constantly released inmates significantly shorter than they're court ordered sentence. Sometimes after serving less than fifty percent of their time and those individuals were rearrested. A lot of them were of course. They are because they're bad. Their brain wiring is bad. Character is bad. they're violent people. They have no impulse control. But if we wish hard enough when we close our eyes they may be reformed. You know no one's paying attention. The public is not paying attention. And that's why all these devious ails these. These anarchists that work inside the government are producing all these terrible terrible destructive policies. We've had ten years of this crap. Look look what's happened. Look at the streets. A lot of those people Homeless guys Late in the streets. They're criminals they cannot have the jails in prisons now. We got.

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"california department corrections" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"california department corrections" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Kfbk Now trending California grapples with dozens of wildfires. Other states are coming under fire threat as well. In Oregon, wildfires have incinerated several communities this week and thousands of people have evacuated their homes. Washington State of Fire hit the town of Maldon so quickly that deputies drove through the streets yelling for residents to leave. In Colorado. A blaze was slowed only by a rare September snowstorm. But we're not alone in that one. Are we out of the last fires? Just incredible. Right now. New lawsuit has been filed against the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Department. Citing what they call medically unnecessary rectal exams. Those who did not comply with these exams were threatened with being removed from the selection process. Jamie Wright is the principal attorney for the J right law group. They're handling this lawsuit, and she explains that these exams were a violation of privacy for approximately 10 Year period. The California Department, corrections and Rehabilitation performed medically unnecessary rectal examinations on its applicants, both male and female, and they were told that they were prostate exam and that if they did not submit to the prostate exam that they would be disqualified. From getting appointment. Now, the reason this is problematic and is because men are not supposed to get prostate down under the age of 50, or even then, if they have A history of prostate cancer, and women don't have prostates. So this is the especially the victims of sexual crying. So, you know, initially when we heard about this story, Christine, I'm thinking myself Well, I mean, there might be medical reasons why the state would want that exam done, obviously, you know, for, you know, Colon cancer or whatever the case may be, But she's saying no, That's not the case. These were people who were younger than 50, who normally have that type of museum well, and they were told they were prostate exams, which no and then women what I mean, it's just it's bizarre. So anyway for 100 corrections officers come forward anonymously, saying almost the identical things happen to them, most of them stemming from Northern California and the Central Valley region. What we know for certain is that these rectal examinations were predominantly done in Northern California. We have learned since the lawsuit was filed. This apparently all happened in the Central California area. Not everybody received. These Southern California officers did not give them We don't know why he's CR directed its contract medical facilities to perform these examinations. There's really not a medical reason. And the doctor actually gave a quote in the newspaper articles. The fact be, you know, confirming that CDC are directed him to do this. So then the question becomes all. Then why were they doing it? Well, yeah, especially an agency. So the lawsuit doesn't name a doctor like someone particular someone who called for this It names the age. So I mean, it sounds like from Jamey Wright's interview that this was a policy and indeed just like what you said. So then we reached out to find out. You know, from the Department of Corrections we got no, there was no response is not saying anything. I got a lawsuit. Of course their boys are telling the Kantar It'll be interesting to hear as this moves forward what their justification is for these exams. Motivation? Yeah, which is just beyond these bizarre but just a strange case out there right now, and that's what they're doing for and why Before we get to traffic, this caught my eye as I was perusing various news sites. The Joe Biden campaign posted on Instagram question and answer session. With no questions and no answers. It was called a Q and A is called a Q and a OK, So they go on instagram and they say to their supporters. Please send us a question and I'm going to answer. I'll answer your questions asked me anything the post so he asked me anything thing, okay? Several hours later, No questions have been answered. Campaign added other content to the page, including a post from former rapper Cardi B. But no question who's running that thing? I don't know. You gotta hire someone who knows how to run into a man on social media. This this day and age, you better be like ahead of the curve. So anyway, that's very interesting. My my attention. Let's get out to traffic now and take a look at it. My.

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"california department corrections" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"california department corrections" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Live everywhere in the I Heart radio app. It sounds like a mild thing. But the Venice Neighborhood Council Voted no confidence in Mike Bonin, their city councilman. It is over the homeless issue on the whole most encampment the city put in there and broken promises, of course. We will talk to one of those Venice neighborhood Council members later on this hour. No confidence in yoga pants either. If you write Garcetti and Bond if you read the story, it is about promises that turned out to be lies. Ofcourse. No. Yeah. Mike Bonnet and Eric Garcetti. Would they really tell wise? About homelessness. Yeah, about extra sick. I would be there extra police patrols about how quickly people would move out on the encampment. Of course they lied. Some of the issues. What did anybody believe them? The car studying bonnet are bad people there Bad 154 bed, one that tried to help the local people fight for the longest time they have contempt. For normal people. They have contempt for you. So we Ah, the big story today in California pretty much in the country is that the Golden State killer? Joseph James D'Angelo did get his life in prison. The sentence we, of course, here to China. Kensho think that he might be released as early as next year away. They're so worked up over Cove it right, right, And he did express remorse. So hey, could be a friend of Gavin and he could get his sentence. Commuted, he could be pardoned. Baby. Last month, the California Department corrections and Rehabilitation announced they're going to release up to 8000 more inmates. In response to the Corona virus. Ah, obviously, the reaction around the state from those in law enforcement and local law enforcement varies but down in San Diego County, the district attorney there, Her name is summer, Stephan. She's going to go on now to talk about how she is going to form a special team of workers to try to notify victims when an inmate involved in the case against them is released. And she can come on now and explain in more detail what this will be summer. Welcome to the Johnny Kensho. How are you? Oh, good to be with you, John. And can I'm doing good? Hanging in there. Bite. Yeah. So they releasing thousands of prisoners because of the virus are they're using that as an excuse? I'm this crowd wants to let the prisoners out anyway. And so this is a great cover story. Why did they release all these people and permanently? Why don't they After the virus passes? Why don't they bring them back to prison later on Well, I'm not sure what the answer is, except that lots of times once they're released their losing track of them meaning you know, there's the promise of parole and probation. But we've already lost some that that just you know, once they get There. There's no one to actually get them and they're in the wind. And we're we're tryingto find them. So this is a very disturbing thing. I mean about 18,000 have already been released and we were 18,000 have already been released. So we started with 100. And 23,000 population is already down to 105,000. And now we're informed that they're going to release 1000 more. But since we were told the initial categories were not the most serious this time, and that's what caused me to I was already concerned, but to really become concerned for victims and public safety is this group of 8000. They've already kind of done the Off the top. Now we're dealing with potentially some lifers. Some very serious crimes. The domestic violence attempt murder, you have it, and the victims aren't being notified. So We had to form a special team because It's you know, it's not right. The rights of people run both ways. They're not just about the right of the people who commit the crimes their rights for people who are harmed by these crimes, and I if I could help, but I don't want some victim of domestic violence to run into her abuser when it's too late, when she's not able to get a restraining order to protect herself when she's expecting the release to be, you know, three years down the line. You're down the line, You know, compassion and empathy seemed to be the buzzwords this week, at least at the Democratic convention. Does anyone in state government have any compassion and empathy for the women who are now going to be stalked? And maybe brutalized. By their old husbands and boyfriends. Who are committed domestic violence against them, who might have tried to kill them. There is where the women's groups on this. Where are the women legislators on this saying that you cannot let these These lunatics out. Nobody cares. Well, it's it's a really tough thing because we've seen the diminishing of victims right. And this isn't another big example of it. It's kind of like the people who need to know the most. That they're offender is being released. Get the least information and I mean this is you know, we're we're glad that we were able to negotiate to get five days notice the D A's office so that we can try to find people. You know, people who sometimes there are hidden don't want to be found so we can inform them because they have the right to know they have the right to At least try to be state to provide them with the resource is to help them relocate. If that's what's needed. I mean, we're told that they're going to try to do risk assessments and everything else, but you're talking about The population in prison now is nothing like the population in prison years ago, because most off the like the drug dealers. Not that I'm saying that's low level crime are not being sent to prison under the law. They're local prisoners in our jails, not in prison. People were in prison are much higher, more dangerous crime level. And so it's hugely of concern. What has happened to all the people in politics and in the prison system. Why have nearly everyone decided that all the prisoners should be set free? Almost no matter what their crime what is causing this Because there's guide. It's not the virus. I don't believe that for a second, there's gotta be a way that you could house people in prisons and keep them separated, so they don't give the virus to each other. There has to be a way. To set up some kind of temporary redesigned prison. Toe limit derricks, you know. If this has been the fight the daily fight we get up every day, and it's a new battle and victim's rights are completely lost. You can have compassion you can have balanced but it needs to run both ways. You can't have the constitutional system. It's in our constitution. The victims have rights, constitutional rights under Marcie's law, and they have to be protected to not know so there's no opportunity to object. If you don't know about it. You can't even write a letter and say, Hey, I object to this release because of you know this in that because the person causes me nightmares. I'm afraid we're already getting reports where people are. Now that we notified them, they want to move there Scared. Wait. You've got a special team now set up two to locate the victims and tell them that their tormentor is on the loose again. And what are they supposed to do? You're sitting at home and your old boyfriend who maybe beat you to a coma has suddenly been let free. He may be pissed at you for for reporting it now what One thing, but well, I don't understand why you would do this to women. Well, even in our Yes, I those are the thoughts and we're trying to do more than just notified them. We've We've formed a special team with investigators, prosecutors victim as the kids and we're trying to, actually not just Tellem and say good luck, but to tell them and try to help them connect with resource is Can you imagine you're also a victim? Trying to figure out the cove it and and figure out your kid's schooling and you're trying to. You're also have a life. But now your life is disrupted because someone like the victim we just talked to they expected there. There would be the guy who murdered their therapy dog to be still in prison. For another 56 years, and he's on the list to be released. So so now that now that this human being is looking to move, they're worried they're scared. It's It's a real problem. We've got a return. To respect for everyone's rights and a balance where you can still have compassion. But it also runs to victims of crime. All right, summer. We appreciate your coming on and making the case. Thanks a lot. Thank you for having me That's San Diego County District Attorney Summer Stephan. And what she's decided to do is form a special team in her office to notify the victims of crimes that their Attackers are about to be released from state prison..

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"california department corrections" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"california department corrections" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Toll free number is well for you to leave us your reflections on the John and Kensho nomination. 887780 for Fame. That's 877 NATO for 3 to 63 We're just talking about all the prisoners being released from California state prisons were now at the lowest prison population in 30 years. Because under the guy we told you, this is the beginning of the pandemic that they would use his pandemic to achieve some of their social goal. Oh, yeah, don't includes prisoner dumping. Yeah, and they just they just lied, And that's why you never ever accept. Any of these ideas, no matter how they present them to Mitya, what promises they make? Now you have a woman who did a terrible murder and she had 64 years left on her sentence. And she's only 44. Prisoners at high risk. As long as they're not convicted of a violent crime. She got convicted of first degree murder. Shot a guy in the abdomen and let him blood to let him bleed to death. Stuff him in a trunk of a car drove him for 750 miles. Why It's astonishing. And you know why? And whoever made this decision there name isn't in the in the story. No, it's just California Department corrections. Yeah, but there's no name. No, there's no official saying, I'm the one who released this, this murderous woman. Newsome stock would be held accountable. There's not one single reporter was even going to be aware of this story. Course not. We've got it from a lister, who ran it Sought in daily wire is the only place you'll see a story like that reported, And now they're worried. This is a story The El Segundo Times did. All the by the way 8000 inmates by the end of August, thousands more after that they might be coming to communities with covert 19. It says here that local authorities air getting little notice. There's no transportation. There's no plan quarantine housing. There's no clear indication that the people they're dumping from the state prisons are virus free, so like, well, we don't need that, do we? They're violent and they have the virus, and then they got nowhere to go. And they have no job. They have no job. Even if even if they did have a job, you're not going to be able to get through the unemployment. Why are you So the lease on the street committing crimes and spreading the virus. Lassen County is director of Health and Social Services. Barbara Long Go Wrote a letter to the California department. Corrections says you know, before you let these guys out, you better hold him for 14 days and test um because, she said, we had an inmate who visited with another free prisoner while quarantined in a local hotel. We do not know how many times that we left his room to go out. However, his to test did come back positive 10 days after his release. So this is actually happening. It's like, Oh, great, at least if you keep him in the president's gonna covert 19 there, but how you release him to the communities, And here's this stupid thing they did, and again, nobody's being held accountable for this. They had 121 inmates with the virus in Chino. They moved them to San Quentin. Now it's it's attacked 2000 prisoners in San Quentin 2000. They went from 1 21 to 2000 and killed 19 inmates, including 11 on death row. And I'm not morning. Any of them. But This is how stupid they are. They went out of their way and killed in second farm or people that if they had let these people just stay where they are. Remember, the first dumb thing they did was they transferred some prisoners from one prison of San Quentin, and that's what led to the outbreak. Remember that, Gary? Listen to this. Michael Kirkpatrick, 62. Had been deemed suitable for parole. He was released from San Quentin on July 13th. They drove him to a San Francisco hotel, the quarantine, and he said, Well, we were asked to stay in single rooms, but few of us did somewhere just walking around San Francisco while still awaiting results of covert 19 taste tests. Taken the day they were released. Well, that's what one of the prisoners and lasting county did. They put him in a local hotel and the director of Health and Social Services said is to test came back positive. 10 days after his release. We don't know how many times he left his room to go out. Her, Patrick says, Well, the person the front desk of the hotel is not going to tell you not to go anywhere, and he said he received no temperature checks during his quarantine, and he have a couple of inmates had to go on their own to a county public health office and get tested. You were only supposed to stay. In your room. And if they knocked on your door, they brought you food. But nobody stayed waiting for the food. They went out wandering around. This is this is Gavin Newsom's prison system. There's another inmate by the name of Joe Anderson, who got released from the California institution for men. And he said, Well, they checked my temperature. That was about it. So I went to a dollar tree in a Wal Mart. Before the county Health department found out about me and they sent me in for a Corona virus tests five days after he got out the test was positive. The probation department asked him in a polite but Stern way to take a free room at the local best Western. For 14 days. This was his best Western wear..

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"california department corrections" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"california department corrections" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Early tonight mainly clear late tonight with a little forty six to fifty for tomorrow more sun than clouds and becoming warmer with a high of seventy six to eighty eight I'm accu weather meteorologist Joe Lundberg news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. okay sun is up can't really see it through the clowns but it's fifty three degrees outside here at news ninety three point one K. K. this morning a Chino man is the first prison inmate to die of covert nineteen the inmate died at a hospital after contracting coronavirus at the California institution for men in San Bernadino county no further details were released this morning officials say one hundred fifteen inmates and eighty nine staffers across California department corrections have now tested positive this morning a top analyst says April's unemployment numbers in California could be higher than they were in March cave BK's Angelico B. O. ha report the seats implement development department reports a hundred thousand jobs were lost in March for the worst month since the Great Recession more than twenty seven thousand of those jobs are wiped off the books in the bay area or shelter in place orders were first imposed the jobless rate jumped from the record low of three point nine percent in February to five point three percent but far worse numbers are expected for April considering nearly three million Californians have filed for unemployment benefits over the last four weeks I'm Angelica will be and nowhere in California are they feeling it more than in Los Angeles where the mayor Eric Garcetti is warning about the economic impact on his city our city is under attack.

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"california department corrections" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"california department corrections" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"All you all you you are destroyed forever you are and you'll never be back in in the back let it happen that it happened because it there you go you hear some of them they got to mix it up they they do their own emote in a little over acting he delivers a line and some of them have church it up a bit and you'll never be back and in the back this is not how we sent and the one guy goes and you'll never be back like with it blowing covert nineteen away yeah yeah yeah I mean this are you questioning the science are you a little bit this is you can you can hear the after he goes you can hear them in the background I mean they're like spying wife course applied to the for the first fifteen second again there it goes in their direction I know you'll the most guys really sell the I am old yet yeah I blow thing and what's the role no they weren't wait what did you say last week and we're not supposed to yeah wait the there's some quizzical as found by them yeah yes he blows at the camera is looking at the camera and he's very satisfied with himself what he's about to do he's got a big smile I'm sure he believes everything he says and and then the I don't know if you work this out with the crew with the five guys and six guys behind him they they don't they're not selling it like he does come on guys what happened huge church I mean huge huge stage in on the set and and the the whole thing and but I mean just just so simple that's how you get rid of it and and and by the way my eight my dad's family they're into this in their all in Kansas and Oklahoma and I think it's part of the reason my brother is my dad said thank god the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor all right well I mafia and he he we we would never ever visit Oklahoma over a weekend we would always go in on a Monday Monday through Thursday and that the story was airfare and in all this we would never be there and my dad he just said you know mystically you don't want to go you you know you don't want to be there so they're going to make you go to church and they were I have the family were Pentecostals and so they do that thing where they don't know where they're doing Grateful Dead blizzard girl hands now in no yeah oh you mean speaker phones yeah and and and I I've seen on TV I never actually saw it in person but no they they would they would sit there on a Wednesday they would sit down and turn on you know seven hundred club or whatever at nine AM or whatever is on at noon and they would they would say what points here sit here I'll get a sandwich and you know night I was on tour told like eleven twelve thirteen that's not gonna cut it yeah especially coming from where we came from a Hawaiian and from from my family and and now but if if I had seen a show like this maybe I never left all right all you owe you a G. you are destroyed forever you are never and you'll never be back in let it happen but it happened because it anyway I don't know there's like eight drops in there so you're gonna be hearing the crap out of that probably for the next year so that that was that and I'm you know view watch guide you like I'm not sure right I just cracked me up that was its effect on me I don't take him seriously however Pat Roberts and discovering that the source of coronavirus is oral sex wire wires in the news breaking in with that why I'm but like American idol is on fox eleven the repeat of someone M. S. N. B. C. I don't have CNN on but I have no idea why they're not gonna live with that and with so many people locked up how much of that is going on exactly that's the that's not the California department correction that's a California Culver academy what's happening there are somehow a Malayan tiger name Nadia got the cold it's I'm telling the ABC seven news room and it looks like a tiger at the Bronx zoo has become infected with covert nineteen the very first animal in the United States believe to become infected now according to the zoo the tiger named Nadia developed a dry cough six other animals have also shown symptoms of being infected and are expected to recover the zoo says animals got the virus from a person who was caring for them and that person was a symptomatic meaning they showed no signs of being infected the zoo is taking precautions animals get exposed you're not a dry cough what is a fever look like a tiger I don't know okay I know your first week here Jimmy you're going to go in there to take that tiger's temperature what a tiger going to tell you and I care do I do I get him to open his mouth well you're gonna wanna listen real close to this that's not the end you're gonna deal with I heave to end that yeah that's what we're asking is how does a tiger get a test but you know somebody in Manhattan can get one of their if they're not symptomatic well tiger got the test because apparently the Tigers handler is a symptomatic but tested positive and noticed the dry cough in the tiger and also they said they tested other animals adjacent to the tiger and why well I guess because of the tiger is a dry because now they had symptoms yeah I guess I'm not kidding and and so they they tested they tested them that was it so a tiger has well the covert weren't we told that no they don't and can't transmit from animals to humans but apparently can go from humans to animals yeah right why not vice versa I know the word like a month and a half ago was was someone's dog had it then they revise and so now they didn't have it but this is I mean if that is the Malayan tiger not upside Derian you know snow tiger or whatever if this thing doesn't have a built in immunity to Rog that soup you know because I didn't there who does write this tiger could be R. T. this this could be the key to a to a solution to until the nineteen exotic bell high notes how timely she was right tiger blood how you have the house of god Carol though it was you mean to Hillary Clinton that's that's Carole Baskin she's just like her very yeah and she did she did it yeah she's got the sociopath laugh left at the wrong moment she left at the wrong things and accidental death and things like that I will come back riverside county in the news two stories breaking yesterday I want a couple hours ago I will have that for you AT cover nineteen Los Angeles county in California update welcome back first first things first of course priorities and I got to get out of the way back with the coming update right after this it is superb local Sunday KFI am six forty live everywhere on the I heart radio at Michael's a paper the news.

"california department corrections" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"california department corrections" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Governor is seeking seven hundred and fifty million dollars to help pay rent for people facing homelessness here in California this coming just two days ahead of when he presents the second annual budget proposal to the state legislator the governor also directed the state to provide local governments with a hundred travel trailers intense for temporary housing to help deal with the crisis Newsome saying quote Californians are demanding that all of those of government federal state and local do more to get people off the streets and into services today I will be talking with local people right here in Fresno City which faces a serious homeless issue about what they think about the new proposal from central present day west came the news the driver who hit and killed forty three year old Clovis unified vice principal Gavin Gladding in a hit and run crash has been released from prison early California department corrections confirms that raw Haley operas Mara via was released in December he was eighteen at the time when the crash took place in the early morning of September sixteenth back in two thousand eighteen Gladding was on front road and suffered fatal head injuries president trump with the US and Iran stepping back from the brink of possible war correspondent Sam Kiley reporting from Baghdad says there are still serious concerns there is a danger that very soon the American presence he will be seen to be a re run of the occupation the possibile soul the level of violence of the simulation were capable of unleashing against the coalition forces just a few years ago Fresno teenager now recovering in a hospital in Utah after being stranded in snow last week press conference schedule for this afternoon with details of his story I spoke exclusively with his mother a phone call in Jenny's world was turned upside down when she learned her seventeen year old son Nicholas visiting friends in Park City had gone for a hike but did not returned likely my family they were they kept me strong my sister reminded me that he was a boy scout so he has survival skills and my dad as well and and the first thing I asked him when he got when I got my car when he picked me up if you're gonna make it alive is he going to survive and my dad looked at me and he said yes he can do a search party had to wait until Friday morning to be able to get back on the trails Nicholas had been missing for twenty four hours in ninety degree temperature overnight source Spotify to.

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"california department corrections" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

10:11 min | 2 years ago

"california department corrections" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is the day of the stamping Gary hung few hours god yours later he stabbed four people the dastan severely wounded two others let's get to it lean on here thanks for coming on thanks for sending the video what's the context of this dispute well when I was coming home I live right next door so I called my son for him to pull out a stroke so I could pull into my driveway and I noticed that he was standing in my neighbors behind our truck and I thought that's cut out and so when he saw my son come out plugs car and then I'm you know gonna pull in my car he decides to leave and walk across where he parked and now he's been in this car and so I back in in my some back then and I tell my son like what's going on she does I don't know here is my neighbor come out they don't leave don't leave I call the cops I call the cops they are my what's going on so I hurry up and I just took out my camera I started video so I can get this car the license plate and so that my son don't want their stay here okay so yeah they're bickering back and forth a wise on the car like all the colleges down the trucks aren't you my name is leaving so then I asked my neighbor you know Gabby what's going on yeah this guy came earlier you said you wanted by both my truck but Nick yeah I know either my car when I'm washing dishes like why isn't yeah I feel so I don't want you doing his lawyer you have a for sale sign I want to buy your you know truck just know you're gonna have to wait till my husband gets home so he's all right why I'm gonna go test drive it says no you're not gonna call the cops is like going to call the cops I work for the government is so he ends up getting now and I guess taking off and then he can be forty five you tell that I'm gonna come back and I may take both those trucks and on our break into your house kicking off his call the cops again because the cops never came the cops never came right the first time she called he comes back again and we came back that's when I got home and that's when I seen it was standing behind her truck and that's the one you know local and that's when she came out down on don't leave don't leave and then we left and then I ask them you know what you know what's going on that issue is telling me the whole story from the beginning this was like before four o'clock not so well so did the stabbing started shortly after that exactly I think I think the first call of the of the burglary was about ten after four exactly he went right form from your neighbor's driveway start a stabbing spree right you know thought he meant to kill two people came back to my place and there are no if there are then took off instant started killing the other two people are dead you know sending them to you and so you think one of the stops in between killings yeah I know what now well because I recorded a five forty seven really only yeah that was that was before and after stabbings yeah you know I probably we probably wanted one of the trucks as a get away exactly confuse the police yeah I anything as I thought okay specials online it recalls a day on Facebook you know she always had just parked outside idea now next step so I tell my name right there you know what be careful lock your doors don't open you know your door what are your window and I'll just keep an eye out just you know be careful don't open the door to mark his way to the cops get here you know I said he's up to something and now he's no good I send that kind of car do you drive me nuts too nice to look for him to be driving it now yeah that was easy was in came this close to getting murdered yeah I can believe it I didn't know this until the next day though we waited till the cops came and it took two hours to get there once I got there my son was outside listening to what the costs are telling her face NATO that they couldn't do anything to do anything wrong it instilling thing so call us again if you come back I'm sorry this is where is this in Orange County we live in a mobile park on lance in an actor in garden yes thank god and grow it's in garden Grove okay okay so early he may have been just driving by so the for sale signs and decided he needed like a get away truck and that's how this whole thing unfolded right yeah yeah yeah so we waited and then he says let your landlord know what's going on I mean out from like okay final I called my landlord and I told him what's going on because we do have video you know so so after that you know the cops came they laughed and tried to talk just be careful because you know lock everything don't open the door for nobody out there hopefully this guy just doesn't come back as I'm scanning gonna come I just do a shooting because you just a mom because you can get in the truck and now the next day I come to work and all my coworkers here at the door as well the supply that for work you know I can is like well what's going on over your name right there when you talk about the violence in peril listen to the news I am listed yeah but I don't see channel fiber any news when I get home so I listen to you guys I'm thinking what's going on are so what do you mean and then you start telling me about the you know killing and then you mentioned about a silver Mercedes a wall wall wall I said background by sending me Gerry the incident I had it with this guy in a Mercedes you know a silver Mercedes so I started telling the stories of all my god I think that's the guy said no so we started doing our research looking at the news and sure enough it was the same guy I can believe that yeah just one mind blowing that he couldn't win after my neighbor yeah it was in the middle of his killing spree yeah I can believe my own my god S. like that's too slow it she's arguing with them yeah she don't don't call any listening tour he came back and that's when you when you saw that video that could see you could leave the lifestyle of blocking him because he had a way you can tell he parked his car to get out so he was sitting in his car we need to get out but instead of making a left to leave me for writing stuff they're part of a row thank you are you a fan say why you gonna cowboy you call Makarov you're still in the trunk you know the trucks aren't you yeah we don't get into you know anybody's car you know so and then you yes yeah and the police come by and talked with you now after all the murders hello and get this so my lan or tell me call the call back can you tell them you know that that was the guy so I did and the lady says well is that all you want to tell me I mean you know what do you want my you're gonna let you know that if you guys with it came the first time in nine years because he got into her car yeah we see there was there was a trespassing charge there so they could they could be taken off the street right there at least for a few hours during the night you know on him but you can see by the following him holding his side like he was holding something but you know but thank god she was up on our porch the down on the Greek component to stopping big crimes is take is taking care of the small crimes that that all right crazies are committing along the way police Elaine I thank you for sending us that story and sending us the video coming on the air with us thank you Alex I'd like to call you guys I wonder one I'm going to talk to you guys you have a chance it's quite a story this was the day well good Lena thanks very much keep listening all right thank you not that soon Lena in garden Grove with the amazing story in the video that's included apparently her neighbor had an encounter with the Orange County stamper during his standing rampage somewhere between his crimes eight crime scenes down there in garden Grove in Santa Ana where he killed four people and wounded two more and he certainly could have stand leave his neighbor who she was arguing with a back because he wanted to buy them car and truck and leaders want to deal with that Lina said the neighbor would come on but she doesn't speak English very well sound a little that was the one to tell us that story all right we get the voice on coming up in about five minutes but now we need to spend some time it's educating people here on the John and Ken show yesterday we had the garden grow police chief on in one of his lieutenants and they held a news conference and one of the things in addition to describing the horrific stabbing spree of cast the natives they wanted to take a moment to talk about California justice reform in particular a B. one oh nine and prop forty seven and we all know a B. one oh nine in the John and Ken show also known as the prisoner dumping bill if passed in the year twenty eleven and the last time we talked about it in depth it was a factor in the death of with your police officer keep lawyer because his killer benefited from eighty one or not and we found out casting data benefited from eighty one oh nine in the year twenty sixteen now overnight a lot of the media to started reporting this as well they're complaining about early prisoner release so the California department corrections just jumped in said he did not get early prisoner release and now it seems like the most people hello end of story they sit back down on the couch well on the John and Ken show we need to explain a few things first of all he did get early prisoner release apparently that's not affiliated with eighty one oh nine but that's just because he still had that stupid good time half time credit system which cut back his sentence see if I can't wait every okay technically get early prisoner release every.

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"california department corrections" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"california department corrections" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"With Garcetti this afternoon to announce a new cleanup program for the homeless encampments who were saved Chris ancarlo was there. He'll talk to us at five o'clock here on the John and Ken show. Boy, I couldn't believe some of the numbers I was reading in this story, it's been a while since we've talked about the state prison guards. No that the state's prison population has decreased by twenty five percent in the last ten years. Why do you think that? Yes. Go look on the street. What does it young about the prisoner dumping? Bill AB one. Oh nine. Why don't some of the jackasses at the gun times? Get the list of prisoners that have been released from Jerry Brown's stupid dumping law and track them, down and see what dumpster, they're living in on skid row because there's a direct correlation between the prisoners that have been let out and what you see limit in the streets in the tents since twenty thirteen salary increases for state correctional. Officers have increased by compounded twenty four percent and they're about to get another raves year ago. Jerry Brown struck a deal game. A five percent raise now Gavin Newsom wants to give them a three percent race and the legislative analyst's office. Scratching Ted saying there's no justification for this. Well, there's plenty of people who want these jobs are not a competitive situation. In fact, the number of applications for these jobs, far exceeds, the openings, so we're not an. Situation where with it because we always hear this. We have to retain them. That'd be hired by someone else and we can't lose their experience as if there's another state prison system in California. There's no prison system that pays like California does probably not even without these, these unnecessary stupid raises, but listen to this. The legislative analyst's office analysis says the last time the state compared state correctional officers salaries to their local government counterparts in two thousand thirteen the state correctional officers made forty percent more than the guards in the county run jails forty percent right now. That's not justify and you're giving another raise and that's eating up the saving grace, if they walk. That's the that's well, what well the the the PR the guards union is bribing all the politicians of all these Democrats. All right said it's a direct pay off. It's a direct bribe in the form of campaign contributions. So that's why they get forty percent more than anybody else in the business. And apparently just about nobody in the legislature opposing this course, not even the Republicans, get the money, I guess. So because they'll never be in power again. So they figure why not reap the profits. They have no responsibility, since they don't control anything, they rarely speak out against any of this nonsense might as well vote vote along with, with the Democrats, and, and take the money. Take the bribes, it says here that even though the prison population has dropped by twenty five percent in the last ten years operational expenditures have increased by nineteen percent about two billion dollars. You know what we haven't done that great analysis about the cost per prisoner? Yeah. What was that number last time, we looked at it, it was way, high other states? So, so this is another thing that this is criminal. They lost twenty five percent of their customers. But their budget went up nineteen percent. Because these massive raises which also inflate, the massive pensions. Yes that they're guaranteed to get three quarters of the budget goes to the salaries and the pensions. That's right. Employee compensation makes up three fourths of the California Department corrections and rehabs budget because I know when they were doing this with the prisons to try to drop the prison population, they're also demanding, what more mental health professionals. I remember all that stuff. Yeah, I wanted to build up to that guy. That was the trustee and he had all these ideas for building fancy around prisons with, with yoga and nice music playing chromotherapy. Like aromatherapy don't depends. What the aromas? Well, that's Debra Marcus, our room. Purse I'll bring some come in here with your little perfume. You make the room smell better. And I think it is a therapy. That's right. Can I get paid? We give her everybody wants money. No. Okay. Then all righty. Just you walk in here and smell nice big driver of increased employee compensation is growth in the correction departments pension costs. It's so corrupt three quarters of the prison. Budget is employee compensation. Three quarters. That's the same thing with, like the teachers with the school. Because really, what does these people are living inside concrete cells. Once they're built. What's the cost there? There's food, right? Yeah. You just feed them that, that disgusting Meatloaf, the loaf the loaf, right? The ground up the leftovers. They stick together in Bank up. I heard. I heard a guy who used to be in prison. He was a chef in the prison. No, he said he, he would make some kind of Meatloaf. Out of beef lips like they would. Lips. What about that test? Like it's all beef lips. It's all based lips. It's like there's something nobody wanted. It's like leftovers from this slaughter stuff. They normally turned into dog food, I suppose. Yeah or hot for hot dogs. Right. I would like to be flip Meatloaf, please. That could be a new item at the local fast food. Plenty flipped loaf special on beef lips. House big fat. Let's probably. Gusting. You want to beat you and want to a with that. And I want to be flip burger. No, so it's one hundred thirty eight million dollars for this new contract with the prison that's criminal. Early. Finding it says new someone electioneer with the support from the state's largest unions, including the California teachers association and the California correctional peace officers association contributed two point eight million dollars towards his campaign. So the eight took a two point eight million dollar bribe is the baby. He's going to sign off on the on the big wage increases, why we hate public employee unions. Corrupt newsome's corrupt. There is no separation here. There is no objectivity. You have to give them a payback and that's to continue to give them reasons. Why we got a lot to come coming up next marriage maiden heaven. Oh my God. But after four o'clock will be talking to a psychiatrist about the mental hospitals for the homeless, John and Ken KFI. Debra.

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