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"carly palmer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"carly palmer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Galp issue also wonders whether Brunei will employs impose amputation as a punishment for theft. The salted has pledged to follow Islamic sharia law. Brunei owns the Beverly Hills hotel and hotel BelAir a drug delivery boss in the valley says he has done sling heroin like pizzas. A judge sentenced the man yesterday to more than eight years in prison. Assistant US attorney Carly Palmer says the operation had more than a thousand customers. Smaller lines were more personal use amounts. Larger lines were for street level drug dealers. The sentence supervisor told the judge he is sorry for his role in the scheme. Prosecutors say the drug deliveries went on for years a couple in the San Gabriel valley has been charged for bilking investors who wanted to buy visas. Prosecutors say the two hawked US visas to Chinese nationals in exchange for investments in local restaurants, except there never were visas in the mail court documents allege the scam in twenty fifteen and twenty sixteen cost people one and a half million dollars. At least seven people from China fell for the fraud. Prosecutors say the couple behind the scam were not lawyers and had no connection to immigration services. They face the possibility of more than ten years in prison. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. The Trump administration has drafted plans to let thirty thousand more foreigners into the US just this year for temporary work the plan would provide H two B visas to seasonal workers higher by fisheries loggers hotels and other businesses the president of Miramar has pardoned at two Reuters journalists they were serving seven year terms related to their reporting on the country's persecution of a Muslim minority group. Reporter while alone says he needed to make one stop on his way home from prison. I.

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"carly palmer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"carly palmer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"All right back we go to rod pile who is the off author of how many books ride, but it's pile book. Are you seriously wrote fifteen books? Wow, everybody. Yeah. Yeah. We all do, and obviously you have no life. But that's okay. The books are fascinating to say. The least all right now back we go to a topic that we've talked about many many times, and that is what is been considered by many people sort of science fiction. He kind of scenario the giant asteroid hitting earth. And what happens, and and the space folks are getting more serious about looking at this, aren't they? They are. And it's it's it's quickly. It's just a matter of time until it happens. Again, you don't have to pay more than drive a few hours east of their own ah to see what it looks like when a meteorite hits the earth or an asteroid hits here because it got meteor crater over there. So there's Nassar's the tracking along with the air force and various internationally sees as many of these nearer optics. They can which are the larger rocks or slinging neighborhood. That, you know, big cataclysmic happens every hundred billion years, or so I mean to, you know, make that sound casual it's a big deal. So they're running to drill last week along with FEMA and your space agency, a bunch of other agencies sort of practice, what their response would be one of these things were about to occur, and they created for this scenario for asteroid twenty nineteen PVC, which is estimated to be three hundred two thousand feet across. Unfortunately, when say did some of their tweets, they make it as clear as they might have that it was a fictional event. And the few people started flip out, and so what does a at asteroid well, three hundred thirty two thousand feet across. I mean, there's a big difference. Three times bigger. Let's say five hundred feet we'll sort of split the difference five six hundred feet. What does that do when it hits both in terms of the ocean and in terms of land? So if it was on land you get. A crater probably about a mile and across which is plenty big. That's a climate disruptor. You know, that's enough to really mess things up in terms of temperature and agriculture stuff 'cause you know, it doesn't take more than a couple of degrees. So you put that much dust and dirt and junk of the atmosphere. You got real problems of hits the ocean. Instead, you've got a bunch of water vapor, and potentially I suppose depending on the size and the of the media the depth of the ocean. You might have some some of the the solid mass of the ocean floor come up. So neither case you've got disrupted and potentially. So it's it's all bad. What can they do about? It. You have a meteor coming in and five hundred feet other than get the hell out of the way. If you know where it's gonna hit. What do you do with it? Well, the earlier you find them the early you can try and plan to intercept and this is a course of the course of the movies. You were talking about earlier about we go out there. And we knew could or kick it or redo it ever. We're gonna do probably not going to happen that way. But there is a mission called the blast redirect mission there dart at NASA sending up nearly twenty twenties which is just an impact or at the spacecraft. Swam into a very small asteroid gonna zurve to see how much that deflects trajectory that works in the future. Either. Use impact was like that. If you can catch them far enough out further away, they are smaller divert, you need to do to get them. Wait mirth or potentially even use something. The Russians are talking about doing experiment with a nuclear warhead because I got so many of them where they said it out and not blow up the asteroid. But but explode the warhead off to one side that would heat one side of the asteroid that offensive essentially propellant, Soma course for so two questions. I know we're limited in time. How big was the media? Ear that slammed into Zona meteoric crater. That one was something on the order of a hundred twenty feet across and larger ended effected the climate of the earth. I know that one was the biggest media craters only a few hundred feet across is not that big. So probably affected the regional area. Right. So the next question is if we're talking about a meteor couple of hundred few hundred feet across is not going to wipe us out. But it's going to disrupt a whole lot the climate at cetera. If you've got a meteor, several miles across is her son. Well, that's that's what you're talking about. With the the impact that took the dinosaurs down was sixty years ago that was on the order of of miles somewhere between seven miles maybe as many as fifty they just don't know. But if you've ever seen the aerial shot of that area, which has never been out to where I think it's kick skill stub. You know, it's a huge to impact crater. So. Yeah. That happens. We're big trouble because agriculture and livestock failed completely. All right. So when do we become the death star blowing up how big? How big a media is that we need for that that that would have to be something the size of small boon. So, you know, many hundreds or thousands of miles across that takes the planet out. But hopefully, you know, things happened to the Obama administration is they increase the funding for at least observing charting these. These large objects by ten factor ten times. So one of the big goals is to get some morbid observatories up it's more ground based observing that can track smaller objects and more accurately track larger ones than once. We know where they are predictor today trajectories better, we know how to go intercept them with where a lot of money for that. And since we've been talking about this over the years. Scientists have actually gotten much more serious about this. This is become real stuff hasn't it? It has. I think part of that was just looking at seeing how many of these things out they're beginning to see what trajectory that were taking and looking back to the delight of history and saying that looks like a crater. Hey that looks like a crater to more of it. You can really see these things easier and putting into together and realize something that's just an edible. And we're going to figure out how to cope with it. Thank you, sir. Always. All right. Take care. It's cool space news. Rod pile PY, L E pile books dot com fund website. And then his cool space news podcast. Just go to our website KFI AM six forty dot com. And the search word is cool space news coming up contempt of congress. There's going to be a vote tomorrow against William bar. And I am convinced. Congress will issue a contempt citation. What does that actually mean? What is congress do when they say, yes? And he says, no, I'll share that with you. When we come back. This is KFI. Jennifer Jones Lee what's going on man who admitted running a heroin delivery service in the valley says he sorry for his mistakes. Prosecutors say this fisted scheme worked about like pizza delivery assistant US attorney Carly Palmer says the man sentenced yesterday to more than eight years in prison was a supervisor.

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"carly palmer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"carly palmer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Delivery service in the valley has been sentenced to more than eight years in prison. Assistant US attorney Carly Palmer says the scheme had a fleet of cars drivers and call takers indicted, seventeen at the participants. Although we believe there were more the defendant. He was sentenced today was the second in command. She says the heroin delivery service had thousands of customers. The supervisor sentenced today had already pleaded guilty Long Beach has announced a plan to address some of the highest HIV and STD rates in the state mayor Robert Garcia says men make up ninety percent of the people in his city who have sexually transmitted diseases. They are not a specific just to the gay community. There's no question that because of our large gay population. We have to do a better job of addressing this issue directly. He says the city's new strategy will focus on aggressive awareness and education campaigns as well as increasing medical coverage in access to care for those dealing with the diseases. The news is brought to you by I dot com. A student killed at the university of North Carolina in Charlotte, while tackling the shooter has been buried with full military honors Riley Howell was also an ROTC cadet at the university. Police say it was because of how will that the shooter was held up long enough for other students to run and for police to get there and arrest him Howell sister iris spoke at the funeral yesterday. Calling her brother a hero y'all remember from today in from Riley's actions to care about things that matter and to be bigger than the small things of this world wants us to be hung up on a cousin says the foundation has been started in Riley's name to help families impacted by mass violence. The US is sending an aircraft carrier group to the Middle East as tensions rise with Iran. National security adviser John Bolton says the move is intended to send a message that unrelenting force will meet any attack on American forces or allies secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says Iran has threatened many things over the past two years. We have continued to see activity that leads us to believe that there's escalation that may be taking place. And so we're taking all the appropriate actions both from a security perspective and well as. Our Bill to make sure that the president has a wide range of options. And they've met this up. They should actually take place Wednesday marks one year since President Trump withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal. We have a crash.

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"carly palmer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"carly palmer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Came. What's up? Supervisor for a heroin delivery service in the valley has been sentenced to more than eight years in prison. Prosecutors say the drug ring had a sophisticated delivery system thousands of customers essentially Uber heroin assisted US attorney Carly Palmer says a total of seventeen people were indicted in the drug delivery scheme. We did as Caesar during the takedown where three kilograms of heroin already packaged. The supervisor had already pleaded guilty to his role in downtown LA and from limb Bak KFI news brought to you by solarmax police in Fresno say it appears a woman shot to death inside. Her house was killed by the man, she had just gotten a domestic violence restraining order against a day earlier. He was the father of the woman's one year old daughter. The woman was murdered Friday. The man killed himself Saturday while being chased by cops California. Health officials are put out a warning against eating raw oysters, some contaminated oil stirs from Baja have been giving people some tummy. Double the tainted Osters have been sold in stores and restaurants, all over southern California. The House Judiciary committee scheduled a vote Wednesday on whether to hold attorney general William bar in contempt bar refused to show up last week for a planned hearing on the Russia report, New Jersey democratic Senator and presidential candidate. Cory Booker says a federal license should be required for all American gun owners. The federal licensing process would include an interview and safety training thirteen states in Washington DC, currently have some sort of licensing permit process for first time gun buyers. San Francisco has been ranked as one of the dirtiest cities in the US and the finding is not based on the homeless population. The survey looked personal hygiene twenty five major cities people were asked about things like bathing hand, washing and cleaning house. San Francisco is the number two city for people who shower, and bathe the least and who wash bedsheets the least often the city was ranked fourth for people who change their underwear least often some people wear. The same pair for days or more Miami Fort Lauderdale was the cleanest City New York was number five LA was seven. Slow in Buena park on the five prevents. I getting pretty tough right there at our teasha. Stay busy to the six. Oh, five with more slowing ahead from the seven ten to one on one set of credit from Indiana to the seven ten and then again in between Lakewood boulevard.

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