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"carmen death" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"carmen death" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Chief told me the cause of the fire is suspicious, because no one is supposed to be at that camp ground from the fire line on Pine Canyon Road. Steve Gregory, if I knew, and crews have been able to get 5% containment on the fire. Meanwhile, the flames in the foothills above Azusa have burned through more than 3000 acres. This guy says he was there when the fire started. I saw you guys arguing and fighting over a bike. One guy was threatening the other guy and the other guy said he'll burn you out any fire next thing you knew his mouth wrote too much of it was asked Cash Well, alright. No official cause of the fire has been given the fire burn adjacent to the burn scar of a fire from two weeks ago and the San Gabriel Kenyon. The current fire is 0% contained. The L. A county sheriff has announced that more than two dozen members of the department will be fired or suspended. For their role in a deputy click Sheer, Villanueva says he's not prepared to go on a witch hunt to root out deputies who are members of clicks when there's evidence of misconduct now From this point forward and as relates to issues of mistreatment of other employees or members of the community. We are asking that question. Now. The discipline announced yesterday goes backto a fight back in 2018. Several deputies and trainees say they were attacked by members of the so called East L A Bandidos A D U I driver has been charged with murder for killing a pregnant woman who was holding hands with her husband on a sidewalk in Anaheim. The 23 year old mother to be with eight months pregnant. The baby survived after an emergency C section, prosecutors say Courtney Pandolfi was told after each prior DUI conviction in 8 2020 15 and 2016. That if she killed someone during a deal why she would be charged with murder. Investigators say Pandolfi is Jeep jumped the curb Tuesday, smashed through a newsstand hit the couple walking and didn't stop until the car wouldn't go any farther. The husband wasn't hurt. Pandolfi faces life in prison if convicted as charged in Orange County. Corbin Carson KO Phi News. The new What you feel is really campaign in Orange County has targeted people struggling with the emotional stress of Cove in 19 0 C. Director of Behavioral health services, Dr Jeff Nagel says some of the free mental health three sources are For people who just need someone to talk to a community counseling program. That is more for the you know the anxious and the stress but not the severe kind of crisis or severe mental illness, he says. Reaching out for help is a sign of strength. A full range of free county mental health and substance abuse resource is can be found at O c, guff dot com. Forward slash Cove it when we come back, we'll talk with ABC is recline about the big story's coming out of Washington this week. But right now, let's get a check of that Dr. Police activity on the 17 that's on the south outside in Pasadena, located at the 1 34 police activity currently has all lanes. Shut down, So watch for seven slowing as you approach that area heading to Hawthorne, a stall has been reported westbound 15 at prayer. It's blocking the right wing and in Long Beach four or five burned down 7 10 There's a crash loving a car facing the wrong way on the transition to the 7 10 north and taking a quick look at sory toes. There's a crash involving a box truck that's just been reported West found 91 just before Shoemaker. It's a crash involving the box truck and one of their car stuck in the right lane. Your rights are still load up as you approach Carmen Death. You find this guy? Help get you there faster of Sauron, Crump. Right now, you wake up, Carla say good morning to a BCS recline Rick. So much happening. Well,.

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"carmen death" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"carmen death" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"She fast made in the neighborhood of $274,000. Cut it across the board captain at 150 grand. That was a big deal. She was on with Dori talking about it today. It does feel somewhat retaliatory and punitive because of the timing in the way that it came about, and that amount of money is not going to make a huge dead. Ah, and you know in the ethics to balance the budget, and so they were going to do that on do it to every single department head. I mean, there might be an argument that this is, you know, absolutely directed Jeff to me. Just come in bed because Carmen Death has said that know what they're doing is reckless and it's not well thought out. And I have a responsibility. I'm an honest broker. If nothing else to talk about, Actually, you know what the truth of the matter is. And we'll let the truth fall where they may so they're going to ask you something. First of all, I like the fact that Carmen's now referring to himself in third person, but it's a few weeks. I don't have anyone does that I'm all in. You gotta lean right into that it once you started, you have to keep going. It's a little confusing at certain points, but Um, Is there any anybody any sane individuals in the room when they're talking about this do have is there anybody that points to the studies that show more police means less crime? Less people go to prison? Is there anyone that is using science or research or anyone in the room? That is a thinking human being. There is a ton of research and the restored of justice research and that's what you'll get when you get the group that the groups that came in and laid out these, you know the plans for the Seattle City Council earlier on decriminalized Seattle and King County Equity. Now they point to that whole restorative justice kind of idea and that there's a P circles all of those types. No, no, no, no, no, not not. I'm not. Let's not talk about those that committed the crimes and then whether they go to jail or not, I'm just talking about The number of police you have how many police you have and how much crime you have study after study and most of these air liberal, and most of these are Democrat and most he's go against what you think most Democrats would want, which is they actually have shown if you have more police You have less crime. It's because the police are present in the situation really interesting study that was done right. So what they say is and what they've tracked cities that have increased in here's one. In particular. A 3.2% increase in police has caused a 3.5% lower crime, but they say is Police or president walking down the street. There's less crimes that are commited less arrest have to occur. Less people go to prison. That's what happens in Europe. I know these people that love socialism that work in the city of Seattle because they love socialism. They love Europe. You could stand up and say, Hey, everybody, let's do what they're doing in Europe, and they would all jump on it, which basically means more police less crime. Less people go to prison. Less police mohr Crime, more arrests more prison. That's the reality. Now the world that they live in they believe police commit crime. So let's get rid of police and will have less crime. That's the thought process that having an armed person responds to a situation that doesn't call for an armed persons responds. I'll use the Charlie No. Lyle's killing, as example, That was a call for help. She had some mental health issues. She ended up dead. Okay. Instead of that, instead of quick question question would send hold on because I want to, But I'm not pointing any fingers because I'm not But instead what they would argue is that you send a social worker that call instead of somebody who has a weapon, because then that shooting doesn't happen. Any kind of the argument. The jumping, everyone sacked Felix Charlie. No. Lyle's didn't want to kill a social worker, Selina Lyle's wanted to kill a police officer. They two other police officers went to see Cher learning to Shirley Lyle's earlier a couple of weeks earlier, when she arrived there, she threatened their life. Then there was a mental health note on her. So when those two police officer Reid the scene, they knew that there was already a red flag that she had previously attempted to assault police officer She was not trying to hurt a social worker when she picked up those knives and turned around and went after those police officers. You want some effort? Or something to that Expect event and attack those police officers they shot and killed Charlie Ally. Ls she They went in there because they were responding to the fact that she said stuff was stolen out of her house, which they found out not to be true. She had a mental problem. People knew she had a mental problem. The police officers forth in a very small situation is she came after me with a knife, and that's that case. That's those were the facts you disputed. Anyway. You want to wait. The bigger picture is send the social worker in. Does that not happen? If it's a social worker instead of the crops? Does it not happen? That surely Lyle harder to kill? Police officer? I got it. I got it. Okay, Here's a question. No, it's slightly changing the subject. Not really. But so have all the protests of the last couple months. Have they actually been effective? If this is happening as quickly as it's happening here in Seattle and Is this sort of a political move to kind of hold off protests goes. There is an election in Seattle for City Council members for more than a year from now, so it is not killing until next year. Why can't they wait till next year? You know, that's a good question. I'm sure there's there are a multitude of reasons for the council. Makeup is the You know the right appetite for this type of thing right now, But they are those on the counsel that I'm telling You absolutely truly believe this is the right path very passionately. And it's not holding off any protest their protests literally every night in the city. Sometimes they're small. Sometimes they're 50 100 people, You know, they're not always huge. Last night, there was one on Capitol Hill again that followed the SPD rally from that, down in the daytime. Outside city. All the counter protestors from their march back to Capitol Hill busted out an Amazon shop again, so this is cost. It's constant, and they will keep that up all the way through until the 2021 budget at the very least, and they've kept the pressure on, and that's something that he was. Oh, I don't You know, the council wouldn't say that They're being bullied by the protesters. They're engaged in this conversation. They're going to take part with these people in this participatory budget process, which is basically gets these groups allows them to go come up with their own proposals for counsel. Because councils paying them to do the research and then put it out on the table. And then theoretically, that counsel is going to take some of what they propose and stick it into the city budget and go from there next year. So sorry for business owners in the city of Seattle. I really do and for people live in Seattle, and then you get minority neighborhoods that are most affected by crime. The police will not go and if you ever get a chance to talk to any of the City Council members, here's a really cool study was done. 2017. King County Sheriff Department in Washington finds that working one single hour of overtime led to a 2.7% increasing the odds that the officer would be involved and use of force incidents the following week. So if you have less police and you have them working more over time, you will have more use of force. Find someone in there that is actually thinking and looking at science and understanding this as opposed to just making emotional moves to feel that police are brutalizing people. The police are out, killing everybody. Therefore, let's get rid of the police and we want as many people killed. It is nutty town. It's not a town. I have to decide because I want to represent this. Partly what they will tell you when the council is what they're talking about is 56 6% of 9 11 calls that come into the city of Seattle that are not criminal related. What they're looking at, is trying to figure out what they conduce with those calls instead of sending an armed officer to those calls. Whom else can we send? What kind of other city department continues? That doesn't have a gun. Now, at the same time, the groups pushing for all of these funding in these changes, there are those in the group that want to go much, much further, completely reimagine community policing policing to make it a whole community effort. So where that line gets drawn, I don't know. And for every study that you can say to me, I promise you, the council president, Lorena Gonzalez or Theresa Mosqueda has a different study. She's going to counter your point. That's just what happened. I spot you're in, and that's fine..

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"carmen death" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"carmen death" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Sci-fi Talk. Hi, welcome to this edition of sci-fi Talk. I'm Tony to Lonzo. It's always nice for me to catch up with people that I've interviewed in the past, and I do that today with Marlene Forte. We spoke when she first got the part of the I two JJ. Shrek where she played the transporter chief, since she's appeared in criminal lines, and then earlier this year in a haunted house, and they also is a recurring character in Dallas. We spoke about all those roles, and plus what it's like for her to be a Latino actor in Hollywood. Here's Marlene as we discuss haunted house. You're working for the way in in. A haunted house again. Yeah, well. Lane when I came out here two years ago. What else what really brought me out here? I was the nanny, and in the very end, the pilot of my wife and kids. To I, want you to go, and then you know obvious that the whole premise of the show. That because the premise of the show is that he doesn't work right great. White working so they really didn't know what to do. With that character I of all the Greek nanny and that wasn't funny in La because all in anything. Like. That, woman Nia whatever the. Fact Greek wedding oh. Yes, yes, originally goes! I would play her well I shot the pilot and and I. I think maybe one or two more episodes, and then they just Kinda ropy off. And and then I say because then crossing Jordan and you know always been very good for me, so one one job is always. Let's but yeah. I worked with Vamon moons ago. And then over a decade ago, and then I went, and this is for Marlin and I. You know I. You know the thing about Marla with very different thing. For Television partnership movies, which really read politically and Philly and fun and it's like. You know we're GONNA. Make Fun of everything and everybody. And I gotTA. Tell you in my twenty one years of doing this damping I have not had so much fun laugh so hard. After every take you know, we would just hanging pants and it was. It was good because it was a one location shoots small crew on Pat. We got we became friendly and we you know we were farting in front of each other. You know I mean they got plenty. Real, funny you know, we can, and yeah, and you know and he's thinking of Improv though. You know it was just fun. Very funny and they're all so talented. Around I circle. Back! Now now besides besides Marlin who do who who share screen time with. An That Really Marlin, it's US three. We were you know I work in his house? Okay, so you know I. I I like that you know I I've play harmon. Ewing Housekeeper Valley. Yes, WE'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA talk about that. Well as In the name of the Guard I play in a haunted house. Yes, and I I like to say that Broza. It's Carmen Death crackheads. Talk About Oh, my. I'd. Climate, it's so proper and so morally In so real you know Dallas. Say that Carmen and her daughter Oh you only two characters at Delphi. Wise, I mean they are morally. Issuing but in enrolled. In. Yeah. She's a real. That one. Yes. That sounds like fun. And speaking speaking of Dallas I gotta ask you You know with the passing of Larry Hagman. What memories you have of working with him on the show, you know I got really lucky with like did work with him? I I was I. was just on the show. I think I will never work with the old guy. I'll never get bored with Linda Larry because I'm Bobby Ewing. How Hebrew and it turned out that in the first season I didn't your data I. I worked with everybody in the pilot and I didn't work with your against a little episode, and in between a really got. A little bit. Nice you know and you know from me. Larry Hagman's not jr Larry Hagman is major Nelson. That's right. So I grew up with a crush on Larry Hagman a major Nelson everybody wanted to major Nelson. You know when I got this job and when I met him as The business of television icon you know. Royals and he's a nice guy. He was still about him in the present tense because his near it so full of life. You know this is a man who under went liver Tra deliver. Pratt you form of cancer I. Either diagnosed the Tino they started shooting the first episode of the person. We expected him to do three episodes and then we're GonNa let him go away and do the Chemo and everything. He didn't. All ten episodes sloughs doing chemo. We Watch him dropped twenty thousand. That man never lost. His, I! Never. Ever. He was an inspiration is still an inspiration. That's the way I wanna go and eighty one working on Monday having all my grandchildren and my bed the day before go to the doctor. Away, it wasn't. Like that it was that fast, and I gotTA. Tell you I never. I never saw lose professionalism. Mazes fear, and I was blessed to work with him and I will take a little. Seen in my usual work, I really will. Way as e on the set was an honor. Section of trickle on the set one apple released may make bad. Everything and because he was so, and they all. I mean doing like that, too. And Linda Gray the nicest woman I've ever met on on television and. Know? They're all really happy to be working and you know I. Mean How many of you know seventy nine? Seventy nine. Yeah! I WANNA go like! That You know I hear you I hear you. That's great. That's I. Working with them, I had an amazing amazing. You had a lot of times. Are you going to be back for the next season of Dallas Yeah, yeah, yeah? Yeah. I'm not. Free of the okay? January eleven zero. Oh, yeah, they're doing a big sendoff. For? Well. I can tell you that Jr wins from his definite. I know he does I know. He I know he does. He's a me he was. It was so great to see him doing what he does. You know we watch it. Watch the pilot in a movie theater meaning Dallas Oh. I watched it projected. Experience only yeah. Oh absolutely. Yeah, we watched it projected and I. Don't know if you remember the way that. Aren't pilot. He's in old. Folks home and is close. Close up on his day. and. opened his eyes and says my brother has always been an apple or something in. The first line right exactly. Audience alone audience broke into applause. Because he really.

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