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S dot com. It is still free to download right on So check that out and if you want to look for the covid carols just go to free keen dot com and can type it in the search box. You'll find those you can download the song sheet and go out and do some. Caroline had such a good time. He's done have to be the christmas time you know to do. Classic carols like the cova carols. You'll love they're always relevant. Alright we go back to your phone calls and thoughts here. We can talk more about the mask. Free flash mob. That happened earlier today but first we go to robert. He's in south carolina listening to go ahead robert. Okay sir thank you very much. I just wanted to mention you know i. I don't know if people realize it. But america would not be. There would never have been a revolution if jews hadn't been there because it was the last one hundred thousand dollars to the jews scraped up in order to get that together to continue the revolution. American soldiers were tired sick and hungry and they wanted to go home and george washington. Set the message that jewish community and said. We're outta money your only chance. You've got to scrape up an additional four hundred thousand dollars otherwise we just have to call it quits. And they did they got together and the british found out about it and he and they found out where that stage coach. I was going to be to deliver the four hundred thousand. He tried to hijack it. But the president general washington. He knew he found out that the british doubt about it and he prevented the stagecoach route with the two thousand dollars for being hijacked free today so so they should think about that when and also the federal reserve bank. That's that's that's a that's a business operation that has nothing to do with with with judaism or anything like that. That's a that's a business operation in their families as well. Well yeah and it doesn't matter whether it's a jewish operation or a christian operation or whatever. The federal reserve needs to go away it is a bad organization. I don't use it not federal but it has no reserves. Thanks for the call robert We continue harry's in south carolina. Harry is the counselor that was mentioned earlier on the show tonight. He is a city councillor. There is that right harry. Yeah i'm a city councilman in charleston. And i called you guys before. I was telling you about there was a guy who actually called in. He brought you up tonight and he said that there's an attack against you claiming that you are a racist or white supremacist. What's going on. Yeah there's this cancel culture you know. They're coming after. Because i think differently i believe in limited government and i am just appalled at the oversight that we've had throughout this entire pandemic we have told our citizens basically what to do every single day throughout this thing. We have shut our businesses down. We are finding people every single day for not wearing masks and i'm talking about people who are getting fined five hundred dollars. I mean these are not small fine and the courts have been shut down throughout this whole pandemic as well. So we're getting ready to open up deliverability court again which is made up court Because we're a tourist city here in charleston. I i don't even know the legality of this liveability court But basically we have a hoa of charleston that goes around and rights people tickets all day long and i have obviously been outspoken against the government. And i have talked about how. I think that our government is wrong and saying harry that you are a white supremacist. I mean what are they trying to drag you through the mud for there is gonna be a rally a tea party rally where we were gonna fight taxes and they asked me to come speak and i originally said i would and when i heard that it was going to be there was going be some more militaristic you know and it was gonna be some some guys there that were formed their own militia. And that sort of thing i said no thank you. I can't be a part of that. I'm on the city council. And the last thing i need is to Create more divisiveness. because we're already very divided. You know this whole mask mandate and everything else going on. We're very very divided to. I said thank you well. The far left they just by the sheer fact that i had even agreed to go from the beginning. They wanted to cancel me. So even before dr seuss and all these business movies and peppy lip you and everybody else. Since december of two thousand and twenty volt there has been a large group of people in charleston that i wanted to cancel me and they've been trying so hard but i will not resign from my seat. I will not leave my seat and here. We are in march. They're trying to make a code of conduct. The city charleston is where they can censor me. They want to put together this kind of conduct that basically says if i were to come on a radio show or go on facebook or just basically. Just say what i wanna say. They want to be able to use that. As a tactic to try to censor me and You know that this is. This is what it's like to live in a city like charleston where government has all of the say so. The people have no say so as to what happened out of control now. What happens with this liberty so-called liveability court. The collar earlier had brought it up on previous shows. It's like some sort of made up court that they have just just charleston. It's like it's like the city's version of an hoa. You know they go around. They have absolutely no police training whatsoever but they have a ticket book and they can go around they harass a clipboard micro tyrants yeah so what happens if you re if i if i'm in downtown charleston and i'm not wearing a mask because i'm not going to be these jack balls comes up and tries to write me a ticket if i don't tell them who i am. What happens. Then they're going to try to. They're gonna get another officer to come in and they're going to try to harass you like an action one of the call the actual no no. No they're what they're gonna do. These liveability officers all they are. There's just like you were me. They're hired by the city. They don't go through any formal training. But they're giving a clipboard and a little big badge so one of them is gonna come up. The us start interrogating you while the other one runs and tries to find a police officer so that they can actually write you An actual citation because you guys to go screw off. You don't have to give them your. Id you don't have to give them any and so but if they can find charleston cop and bring bring actual cop into the scene. The cop will assist them and will write a summons technically they're supposed to but are charleston. Police department you know they don't wanna get involved in these kinds of things. I mean it's really honestly just a code violation. It is not a Criminal defense it's not a criminal citation.
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"To Parker's original question, which is If protecting people on the streets. He's so damn hard Tonto make legally binding because it's not their job. Then what is their job? Ah, now you come to the fundamental problem. So this is Professor Barry Friedman, Well professor at New York University School of Law, and I'm the faculty director of the Policing Project there. Is there anywhere in the country that has like Really clear laws for what the local or state police is supposed to be doing or what they're not supposed to be doing. No. His remarkable I was interested in policing for years and years, and this is the light ball that went off in my head. Finally, and then I started to see it everywhere that I looked. What you get is you know you might get a drone statute in one state and you'll get a statute about chokeholds in another state, and you'll get a statute about you. No license plate readers in another state, but it's all totally like pin prick. And what you will never, ever ever find is a comprehensive code of police conduct doesn't exist. That's so strange and like, not even in like, I don't know State constitutions or something. Maybe that's a far cry you're listening to is making me so happy because you know you're listening in the veil is coming off of your eyes and I and it happened to me, but But, no. You know, this is a question that we oddly don't ask much about the police but ask in most other areas of government. So if you think about it, you know, there's whether it's the FDA or Your local zoning board. We don't usually think of government getting to do things without some sort of formal permission, Statute or a constitutional authorization. Wait, So we're just like, collectively as a society being like. Hey, you're a cop, and they're like. Oh, okay. What does that mean? I don't know. Just do what you gotta do, like, all right, And then that's it. No. This is Jack and the president. To be fair. We called up a bunch of active duty officers. Hello, hello from all over the country from South Carolina for the city of Charleston, Police Department. One police officer in the state of Connecticut, Illinois, Florida police officer with the Lincoln Police Department in Nebraska. Them like what do they think Their job is? They said well, to protect people who certainly that's part of it. Intervening and protecting gin and again, they said, Yeah, helping people is kind of cliches that sound our job is to protect and serve. We want to protect people stuff. We want to protect people against burglaries trying to protect women from from abuser. We have a natural duty to protect. What most police officers want to be doing is standing between the general public and violence want do your best to help other people and keep them out of harm's way. That's why we're doing this and in talking to them about where that idea actually comes from. So when, when you talk about duties like Where is it written down kind of gets into the code of ethics for policing or models? It's ethics guidelines. It is models like protect and serve its city charters that created police forces in those cities. Charters that say things like Protect the peace, maintain order, enforce the law correctly getting this and this is something that came up in. Sarkar is conversation with Barry Friedman that the actual mandates for what police? They're supposed to be doing our kind of internal to the police department's themselves, And the problem is, there's a lack of democratic control. We don't use the ordinary ways that we do everything else in government with regard to the police. We don't pass statutes. We don't Um, passed regulations. We don't then because we have those statutes do sufficient auditing to make sure that they're being followed. And the reason it's hard to hold people responsible today is because we're missing clear rules on the front to tell them what we expect them to do. And I guess in that void it sort of it seems like what happens is it leaves the courts to kind of debate over what those rules are and how to draw lines, I guess. Yes, And they're terrible at it. I mean, if you again if you think about it, the Constitution is kind of a weird way to run anything in government. I mean, it's it's a framework for government. But all it is is the framework and then the framework gets filled in with statutes. We have environmental protection statutes, and we have workplace safety statutes. Um, but we don't have Policing statutes. And so basically, the courts are left to try to hold people accountable or not. Under the vague assed of Terms. That's why it's hard to hold people accountable and why people get frustrated, And the odd thing is, they keep doubling down on that by creating more mechanisms on the back end to try to hold people responsible. And don't notice that the whole problem is the vacuum as you described it on the front end. I mean, you've puzzled through it, Sarah and a very logical way and everywhere you turn looking for logic, you find a twist, and that's that's problematic. What bothers me about the moment we're in there many vases of some things about the moment we're in, but people are walking around very much with a bad apples. View of The problems. When the truth of the matter is that the orchard justice regulated Well, let me ask you a bigger question when asked us to Parker if it's not legally the police's job to protect us. Then whose job is it? I don't know. You know, this is so sad. It is, But there's this one part of the story. I haven't told you yet. That gives me a little hope. Like If.
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"You would definitely result in harm to your face and you're back in your hands and then four, Joe would have then had to say. Great. I will now relax myself and act differently in the knowledge that you will help me. That is insane. That's insane, And I guess it it kind of brings me back to Parker's original question, which is If protecting people on the streets. He's so damn hard Tonto make legally binding because it's not their job. Then what is their job? Ah, now you come to the fundamental problem. So this is Professor Barry Friedman, Well professor at New York University School of Law, and I'm the faculty director of the Policing project there. Is there anywhere in the country that has like a really clear laws for what the local or state police is supposed to be doing, or Well what they're not supposed to be doing. No. Really is remarkable. I was interested in policing for years and years, and this is the light ball that went off in my head. Finally, and then I started to see it everywhere that I looked. What you get is you know you might get a drone statute in one state and you'll get a statute about chokeholds in another state, and you'll get a statute about you. No license plate readers in another state, but it's all totally like pin prick. And which you will never, ever ever find is a comprehensive code of police conduct doesn't exist. That's so strange and like, not even in like, I don't know State constitutions or something. Maybe that's a far cry you're listening to is making me so happy because you know you were listening in the veil is coming off of your eyes and I and it happened to me, but But, no. You know, this is a question that we oddly don't ask much about the police but ask in most other areas of government. So if you think about it, you know, there's whether it's the FDA or Your local zoning board. We don't usually think of government getting to do things without some sort of formal permission, Statute or a constitutional authorization. Wait. So we've just like, collectively as a society being like. Hey, you're a cop, and they're like, OK? What does that mean? I don't know. Just do what you gotta do, like, all right, And then that's it. No Mrs. Jabbing the president to be fair way called up a bunch of active duty officers. Hello, hello from all over the country, from South Carolina Recruiter for the city of Charleston, Police Department. One police officer in the state of Connecticut, Illinois, Florida police officer with the Lincoln Police Department in Nebraska. We asked him like what do they think Their job is? They said well, to protect people who was certainly that's part of it. Intervening and protecting getting again. They said. Yeah, helping people is kind of cliches that sounds our job is to protect and serve. We wanna protect people stuff. We want to protect people against burglaries trying to protect women from from abuser. We have a natural duty to protect. What most police officers want to be doing is standing between the general public and violence. You want to do your best to help other people and keep them out of harm's way. That's why we're doing this and in talking to them about where that idea actually comes from. So when, when you talk about duties like Where is it written down kind of gets into the code of ethics for policing or models? It's ethics guidelines. It is Mona's, like, protect and serve its city charters that created police forces in those cities. Charters that say things like Protect the peace. Maintain order. Enforce the law. You're correct, And this is something that came up in. Sarkar is conversation with Barry Friedman that the actual mandates for what police are supposed to be doing our kind of internal to the police department's themselves, And the problem is, there's a lack of democratic control. We don't use the ordinary ways that we do everything else in government with regard to the police. We don't pass statutes. We don't Um, passed regulations. We don't then because we have those statutes do sufficient auditing to make sure that they're being followed. And the reason it's hard to hold people responsible today is because we're missing clear rules on the front to tell them what we expect them to do. And I guess in that void it sort of it seems like what happens is it leaves the courts to kind of debate over what those rules are and how to draw lines, I guess. Yes, And they're terrible at it. I mean, if you again if you think about it, the Constitution is kind of a weird way to run anything in government. I mean, it's it's a framework for government. But all it is, is the framework and then the framework. It's filled in with statutes. We have environmental protection statutes, and we have workplace safety statutes, but we don't have Policing statutes. And so basically, the courts are left to try to hold people accountable or not. Under the vague assed of Terms. That's why it's hard to hold people accountable and why people get frustrated, And the odd thing is, they keep doubling down on that by creating more mechanisms on the back end to try to hold people responsible. And don't notice that the whole problem is the vacuum as you described it on the front end. I mean, you've puzzled through it, Sarah and a very logical way and everywhere you Her looking for logic, You find a twist, and that's that's problematic. And what bothers me about the moment we're in there Many vases of some things about the moment we're in. But people are walking around very much with a bad apples. View of.
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"Is there anywhere in the country that has like Really clear laws for what the local or state police is supposed to be doing or what they're not supposed to be doing. No. Reveal his remarkable I was interested in policing for years and years, and this is the light ball that went off in my head. Finally, and then I started to see it everywhere that I looked. What you get is you know you might get a drone statute in one state and you'll get a statute about chokeholds in another state, and you'll get a statute about you. No license plate readers in another state, but it's all totally like pin prick. And what you will never, ever ever find is a comprehensive code of police conduct doesn't exist. That's so strange and like, not even in like, I don't know State constitutions or something. Maybe that's a far cry you're listening to is making me so happy because you know you're listening in the veil is coming off of your eyes and I and it happened to me, but But no. You know, this is a question that we oddly don't ask much about the police. But ask in most other areas of government. So if you think about it, you know Whether it's the FDA or your local zoning board. We don't usually think of government getting to do things without some sort of formal permission, Statute or a constitutional Authorization. Wait. So we've just like, collectively as a society being like. Hey, you're a cop, and they're like, OK, What does that mean? I don't know. Just do what you gotta do and like, all right, and then that's it. Now. This is Jack in the present. To be fair. We called up a bunch of active duty officers. Hello, hello from all over the country from South Carolina for the city of Charleston, Police Department. One police officer in the state of Connecticut, Illinois, Florida police officer with the Lincoln Police Department in Nebraska asked them like what do they think their job is?.
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"Of any right privilege or immunity, protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution or committed, said crime because the victim had exercised or enjoyed said right or rights. The most amazing thing of all. These charges were filed by a Democrat prosecutor. Isn't it? This is a This is a man bites dog story. Kathleen Jennings, Democrat attorney general of Delaware, said that wins LA to women's actions were un American violence in any form is unacceptable but harming another person, let alone a child because of the expression of their views betrays the principles on which our country was founded, she said. And she's a joined in several lawsuits against the Trump administration. So I guess probably bar Healy called her today from Massachusetts. And what the hell were you thinking of? Are you crazy? So the boy is the mother has heard after they had a stolen saying, Get your hat back, baby. The boy chases after the two women saying that somebody else has had The woman that one of the women just picks it up and walks away with it. Mom call 911, the frightened boy says, And then the video later shows one of them punching a man who tried to get the hat back before she throws it over a fence. Okay, so that's Delaware. Now. Let's move to the neighbouring state of Pennsylvania, western Pennsylvania, actually, Erie, Pennsylvania. Eery man facing federal charges for actions during May 30th 2020 airy protest that would be during the George Floyd riots. The two count indictment named Tovar T Y V. A R A H. A common name T y E A. R. H. Ty Vernell, Neil Nicholson as the sole defendant. He threw objects and projectiles of Erie, Pennsylvania police officers during a riot in downtown theory on May 30th. He also possessed destructive devices that were not registered to him in the national firearms registration and transfer record. Oh, I hate when that I forgot to register it on the national firearms registration and transfer record of Molotov cocktail that, the U. S attorney said. Scott Bray. Scott Brady didn't play shotgun slate in an old fifties TV show. It's a different Scott Brady throwing Molotov cocktails. Eerie police officers is not the protected First Amendment activity of a peaceful protest. It is a criminal act that violates federal law. Said the U. S attorney. Make no mistake if you attack police officers or commit violent crime under the guise of a protest, you will be invited. Federally. We will not tolerate these acts in western Pennsylvania. Good. Good. Question comes, though. Why did the feds have to invite this guy? Why wasn't he indicted in State court? Okay. Want one more? This is from South Carolina. Six facing federal charges for crimes committed during riots throughout South Carolina. Charges include arson, inciting riots and civil disorders. This is in May, 30th and 31st a cz. Well, that may 31st. That was the Sunday night when they when they trashed. Downtown Boston Tremont straightened Boylston Street and down around the back bay. Uh, federal law enforcement. Authorities of the District of South Carolina charge six individuals for crimes committed during demonstrations throughout South Carolina, including arson, inciting a riot and civil disorders. Abraham Jenkins 26 of Charleston has agreed to plead guilty to civil disorders. Kelsey Jackson 28 of Charleston has agreed to plead guilty to arson of a Charleston Police Department patrol car. They gotta have this guy dead to rights. Right? Arsene, you're pleading guilty to arson. Ah Tierra Guthrie 23 of Charleston has agreed to plead guilty. The civil disorders Orlando King 31 of North Charleston has agreed to plead guilty to a violation of the anti riot act relating to the violence and destruction on May 30th and to being a felon in possession of a firearm. Wait. So either these were mainly peaceful protests. You mean this guy's an ex con? A jailbird is walking around with a with a with the equalizer. Uh, Carlos Gibson. Brown 24 of Colombia has agreed to plead guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm. I'm you begin to detect a pattern here her for was rioting. Marcello Woods 28 of Colombia has been charged with destroying a Columbia South Carolina Police Department vehicle by means of a fight of fire for relate riot related conduct on May 30th 2020. Okay, So these thing these guys are pleading guilty and and they're they're doing. They're doing this all over the country. That's the one thing bar has been doing. You know, we may be disappointed in him that the Durham has an issue to report. Comey hasn't done the perp walk nor stroke. McCabe. Nora Brennan, nor any of those guy Clapper, but he's at least arresting these guys. I mean, he the guy who shot at the cops on Tremont Street in Boston, another jailbird. He's He's also been indicted on federal charges, so they're they're doing this across the country and I I congratulate him for it. Uh, Glenn, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Glenn. How a How you doing Good. Hey, listen, This thing with Woodward and the president is is just so precise in why I want to vote for Donald Trump. So early on Donald Trump his feelings from what we heard about Corona virus is this is a big deal. You know, I don't panic, everybody, but I'm telling you what this this This is a big deal. Bob Woodward, and I think that's a big deal. That was way before anybody else. You know anybody else in any political party? And the you know at National Institute of Health or CDC or anywhere else in the world knew that this was a big deal. Well, Glenn remember remember when he when he stopped the travel from China, Joe Biden said. It was xenophobic and native us to do that. And that this was in the days when found you was saying the surgeon general is well, we're saying you didn't have to wear a mask and it was just a you know, virtue, say the Eden Muse, Virtue, signaling, but that's what he meant. You know, So Trump took it more seriously than any of the Democrat politicians and go back and look at those sound cuts or video of Nancy Pelosi telling everybody and heard district in San Francisco to go to Chinatown for the New Year's The Blasio telling people that the subways were safe that you should go to movies if you wanted to Broadway plays anything. And and now you know the same people who are saying Trump should have been more panic. These are the same people who are saying Andrew Cuomo did a great job, right? How did Andrew Cuomo do a great job? Andrew Cuomo. Quit. Co Vered 19 positive. Patients into the nursing homes. More probably more than 10,000. People died in New York nursing homes Charlie Baker, Charlie Parker. Almost 6000 dead in Massachusetts nursing homes, which he was supposed to be regulating. And yet these guys give a total pass. And and Trump is accused of un not overreacting this the first time anyone's ever been accused of not overreacting. Thanks for the call Glenn.
"charleston police department" Discussed on Life Together
"There was a story about five years ago of the woman whose name was Myra. And Myra lived in South Carolina and she was in the process of becoming a minister she had attended church for many years, but she wanted to become a pastor wanted to become a teacher in her church, and so she had taken on the task of taking all of these Bible classes of being certified. Within her church to be a pastor or minister, and so about five years ago to this date, she completed her certification of becoming a pastor, becoming a teacher, and so she went to her pastor at her church, and said Hey. I have done everything that I was told to do. Is there an opportunity for me to preach an opportunity for to teach in my church? And so her pastor said yes. Yes, there is, and we have this evening. Bible study and it just so happens. I need someone to teach this next week. Would you come and teach for this evening? Bible study well Myra said. Yes, it'd be so excited to do this. So Myra goes home and she tells her husband. Her husband's name is Anthony and she says to Anthony I am going to do my best. I'm going to prepared. This is my first sermon and I'm going to give it everything that I got. The day of she's getting ready to go. And Anthony was not able to attend that service that night with his wife Myra and so she says here's the deal. I know you can't come but I. Know You know that I love a seafood platter from captain. D's. This is a true story. I'm a big Fan of Fried Fish and so she tells him. You're not going to be at the service tonight, but I need a reward, so you. I'm going to go give my best teaching my first sermon. And then when you go out to your commitment, you bring the Captain D. Seafood Platter Back, and the two of us will sit down together and enjoy this meal at the end of our night. So she leaves on her way and Anthony leaves on his way, and on his way back. He's a good husband, good Christian husband, and so he remembers to get the food on his way back and sets that seafood platter down on their kitchen table in Charleston South Carolina. And he sits there and he waits and she's late. And he waits and waits and waits. and. At about nine thirty that night. The worst of all tragedies Anthony gets a call from the south. Charleston Police Department, saying that there has been a shooting at their church. So, if you remember this on June, seventeenth, two thousand fifteen, there are nine people that were murdered at a predominantly black church in south in Charleston, south. Carolina, and Myra. This young preacher was one of those people that was murdered that night. This tragedy! I remember when this happened. And that it struck the state struck the nation and a way that was. Something, familiar and yet something very unique about this killing. And one thing that was extremely unique about it is that how quickly the word forgiveness started showing up on the lips of these church people. You see because it was only two weeks after the original event that the man who was charged with this murder, who would eventually be convicted of all of the murders was put on a bail hearing, and if you read the news stories of that day, this word forgiveness. Start showing up and start showing up very very quickly. And some of the conversations with Anthony about the murder of his wife, and the murder of the people at his church, he expresses the need for forgiveness, and there are times where these acts don't make sense..
"charleston police department" Discussed on Human Factor Security
"Legitimate company leap good to go. Now you look at what that developed into sort of dot webs often saintly I mean I remember Silkroad silkroad and things like that it became an is so civil. You SORTA ludicrous. Though some of the things you know time what happen was as it turned out. He was a marijuana grower up in Canada. He goes back growing marijuana. MR X. gets arrested in Las Vegas. I was the reviewer reviewer. What that allowed me to do is I got to the point that my word was like the word of God if I said that someone was so good product people flocked that person because because what I would do is if I gave a good review and I- vouched for a seller or different user? What my vouch meant was is if you are ripped off by this person person? I'm vouching for I will make sure you are reimbursed. I will cover any losses that you've got and I did so over time. I became the head of that entire group. That was the only group at that point that dealt with any type of cybercrime or sales or anything else like that. But you're you're right you look at it now. I mean the way that that type of platform works of people networking together. You Take Alphabet when it was shut down in twenty seventeen ended with two hundred forty thousand registered members at a student some training and there was example and there was the sky and he was an assassin but he but he but he had she knows terms and conditions with a you know so so it was like you can say who it is but they couldn't be underrating and and you couldn't say how or exactly one Dan this was gonNA happen. I'm plus and he's like please follow and Lyon leave. Go to review and exactly because at the end of the day. It's all about those. Those reviews and mortar counts. And you know the weird thing was that you say he was an assassin for years for years and I used to complain about this all the time Komo news articles would run about. Oh you can hire a Hitman online on the dark web and I scoffed at it and say oh that's complete bullshit. There are no hit-men online nine until I was reading this article I was like Oh there really are now. It's sort of like a straw salvage. They get so many reviews. I mean it's really say veterinary. It's really organized. Yeah so let's just go if you don't mind the late rested and tell me about prison book clubs and just a little bit of you are so of course I was. I was arrested. Sit My my first arrest for CYBERCRIME was February refit two thousand five and that was before the secret service higher. So what happened was I was shadow. Crew the front cover Forbes August of two two thousand four October twenty six two thousand four United States Secret Service arrested thirty three people in six countries in six hours. I was the only guy that was publicly. Weekly mentioned of getting away. There were a couple of others who escaped as well. When I'm was got him Tron Tron Guy? He was a kid in Ukraine. The secret literally early in the air going to arrest the guy. They call the Ukrainian police. They say hey be ready for us when we land. We're GONNA go this Kid's Hassle House and pick him up Ukranian police say. Oh yeah yeah come on down. What happens is as soon as the secret service? HANG UP UKRAINIAN COPS get in the car. Go down and tell the kid. Hey they're coming to arrest you. You takes off so I was. I was the only guy that was somewhat publicly mentioned of of escaping of getting away from those bust what happened was porcelain. And you've seen my presentations and everything I had. I had my wife had left me by that point. In time I was going through through depression I had started dating this the stripper this erotic dancer and I had spit all of my money on her because she was She was addicted to coke and I was adamant I thought if I could save her I could save me so I went through all my stateside cash and by that appointed time shadow crew gets busted at. I don't have any stateside money so I start running counterfeit cashier's checks and I use those. I use that scam to two by by two wedding rings to engagement rings everything else and I got picked up on one of those orders for that who picked me up. Resume was the FBI and the Charleston. I was in Charleston. South Carolina was Charleston Police Department and there were about thirty people in the parking lot. Thirty law enforcement officers when I was arrested guns drawn. Everything else like you'd see in the movies. It was crazy absolutely crazy and they didn't believe I was me so they they get they get my wallet. I've got the bureau. Brett Johnson's driver's license sends in there and the the FBI agencies. Who are you really? And I'm like I'm Brett. Johnson Ron Johnson par not Brett Johnson. I'm like I I am but it took like thirty minutes for me to convince them that my real name is Brett Johnson. They take in for an interview and the way the interview played out. I mean they they must have orchestrated it because it's it's this FBI agent. Her name was Cynthia McCann's Charleston County police officer. They're sittard across a table from me. Silky McCann's opens up this this folder. It's got one piece of paper and that she slides a piece of paper across the desk at me and she says does that look familiar and I look down at it. It's a photocopy of fake driver's license. I had used like a year before. So Yep it's made just a heavier version. As soon as I say that I mean as soon as I say that the door opens these two secret service agents as they walk in they sit down. They look at me. They're like we'd like to talk to you about some stolen credit cards and I'm like Oh shit so they let me stay in the county jail for a week. And that's when I started to learn. I ended up spending three months in the county jail. And what happens is when you're locked walked up. There's this whole thing that that prisoners call learning to jail so what that basically means is learning proper prison prison or incarceration etiquette. How're you supposed to behave with with other inmates? And that means you know the utmost respect so prisoners so crowded that it becomes very important that you respect everyone else so as always excuse me. It's yes sir. No Sir everything else across the board. Everyone's everyone's very polite because if you're not the whole system so crowded everything falls apart among inmates. And if you're not polite they will kill you so that that's what you basically learned that that hygienes very important. You learned that you cannot snore because I have seen people that were snoring too loud it get beaten to death but beaten so bad they had to go to the infirmary for medical care. I learned that When I got to prison we'll talk about one actually got real prison? 'cause my first prison was a minimum security. That's basically a camp and I escaped from that. I didn't spend enough time there to really learn anything but after I'm caught from the escape what happens is I'm sent out to West Texas to a real prison where they kill people and they riot and everything else and that's when I find out that that prisons are not ran you know by prison guards. Prisons are ran by the inmates specifically the ran by the gangs. That are inside of the prison and the way that I don't know if it works this way in the UK but in the United States when you go to prison your met by whatever race you are so. I'm Caucasian occasion. I was met by the Aryan Brotherhood. These white supremacist. So I get processed in and the prison I was that was called big experience in West Texas where literally literally. It's so hot out there that in the summer warnings. Come on the radio telling you what street you can't drive Yvonne because the asphalt is melted here so I get processed through. It's a converted air airforce compounds so everyone sleeps barracks. I go to the barracks and I met at the door by the treasurer of the area. Brotherhood this guy named Nick Sanford and he looks at me and he was like he stops me at the door and he was like. Hey man how many more white guys came in and I. I had no idea because I'm not a racist so again Komo like I don't know four or five. He looks like heart me. An air force and I smiled at him. I Mike. I'm in here for computer crime. What about about you? She looks at me like that at that point like I'm just the biggest piece of shit on the planet he was like computer crime And I'm like Yep so he's like what type of computer graphics so I walk in through this tax return fraud the credit cards everything else and he was like hold on just a second so he goes and he goes and gets his associates. These really big now from Suzanne they circle round the right. Okay tell us what you're in here for again so I tell me all the story and they're like it sounds good but the problem. Is You said computer crime. And I'm like Okay and look man computer crime only means one thing when you're in prison the child pornography child pornography like yeah you a pedophile boy. Oh I'm not a pedophile. Oh boy we're going to find out so I'm like okay. So the way they find out in prison is the guards actually give the paperwork over to any pedophile that are on the compound so a pedophile comes on the compound. The guards will give the paperwork to the gangs so that the gangs can try to murder the pedophile and they gangs won't act on it until they receive paperwork. That paperwork never arrived of course because I wasn't a pedophile but but I'm scared to death. I'm having I'm watching everywhere I go. Everyone's asking me questions. Everyone thinks I am this pedophile. Just having trouble getting the paperwork. What happens is this is during my trip to that federal prison? Funny my trip. There I had hawking and giving an interview with Kevin Poulsen of wired magazine he had he had written me while I was at the county jail and he was like. Hey will you. Will you give an interview about Max Butler and I'm like absolutely I'll talk about Max Butler. I'm at big spring prison. Everyone thinks I'm this pedophile. I'm there for thirty days at the end of that thirty days. That wired magazine article comes out. I'm subscribed to it. They have a male call at four. PM Every.
"charleston police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"One step closer to the weekend. I can almost see it from here. Good to have you with us. Hope your week's going well, they get things started with a quick. Look at our travelers weather around the country service of our friends at travelcenters of America ta truck service more bays. More expertise and more solutions while the rains continued to fall in parts of the eastern most reaches of the country. Got some shower activity in the great legs. So high of alley region tonight in a lot of rain along, the eastern seaboard, the heaviest of which is falling central. Portions of Virginia tonight, North Carolina still see in some some white D'amoto, it rain, and it's the easternmost reaches of South Carolina, where we're seeing some rain, Charleston was inundated this past day, the relentless, heavy rain led to flooding and road closures, Charleston. Police department. Reported multiple street closures in the downtown area with the flooding officials are warning local drivers. Avoid roads downtown. As more than twenty streets were actually closed or early in the afternoon, even as the rain lit up briefly. Yes. Some three dozen streets were at least partially blocked. Yeah. Carriage horses in downtown Charleston were ordered off the streets just before the noon hour Wednesday the horses were pooled as Charleston police were forced to close streets and quick, downpours. Continued in the downtown area. It's no surprise that. They've flooded has the city is prone to flooding anytime. There's heavy rainfall around high tide. That's what happened this past morning. This problem to be some flooding there. This comes amid the heavy rain that had fallen out the low country on Tuesday night. Charles. Airport picked up over one and three quarters inches of rain since the midnight hour, and that was mostly between two and seven A M, yeah, high tide. Wednesday morning was like four thirteen A m. So flooding could be widespread. It looks like you'll finally see things easing up as we're looking at tonight in the Charleston area. We've got Father's Day weekend coming on almost forgot about that. Yeah. Father's Day, while Father's Day activities may need to be spent indoors in parts of the central and northeastern U US the weather in the south east, and the west may be best for some outdoor activities around a Gulf some family fund areas, most likely to have wet weather that may interfere with outdoor picnics and barbecues alas for several hours Sunday will extend from the southern plains to the mid Mississippi valley, the Ohio valley central Appalachians and of up into New England. It's within that zone over the central part of the country. Yeah. We could see enough rain. Falling fast enough to cause some more urban and small stream flooding. Within the rain area especially long the leading edge where the sun might be out for several hours beforehand, thunderstorms could become pretty feisty a lot of lightning strikes and some gusty winds. Elsewhere. They're talking maybe a few storms pop up over the southern Atlantic coast portions of the northern central plains for the most part, though, even in the few areas that get downpour most of the time you're probably gonna be rain-free, boating conditions along the mid Atlantic, and eastern Gulf Coast should be fair along the New England coast showers or forecasts. So you'll have some choppy seas developing their waters on the western Gulf Coast may, get a little rough due to a stiff, southeasterly, southerly, breeze operators of small craft should expect some spotty squalls along the Florida Atlantic coast. It should feel like summertime. From Texas to Florida and the Carolinas while we're going to see some of that cool air kind of lingering over the north central states. So, meanwhile, much of the west will be dry with sunny conditions Sunday, the heat wave they've been dealing with much of this week up to this point is beginning the process of throttling back to the point where once we get into Father's Day weekend, it should be seasonable temperatures. I mean highs on the Pacific coastline, mid sixties to the middle and upper seventies for planet. Take the boat out for a Father's Day. Cruise should be pretty calm weather conditions with waves ranging from a foot or so along the southern California coast to about maybe three feet up along the Washington coast to looks pretty good out, west for Father's Day weekend, and it's relatively quiet tonight. Once again, if we're talking about the heat wave much of this week, that's. Got to begin finally to break down after multiple days of triple digit temperatures out west. All right around the country, is we get things underway here on a Thursday, Mr. Motoko. It's going to be joining us tonight around the country. It's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five and sex. Got the breakdown. What's going on in the world of Racine, here, it is America's trucking network. The report. America's trucking network. Nationwide will end its sponsorship of the number eight Hendrick motorsports team driver. Alex Bowman at the end of the twenty nineteen season nationwide statement says it's refocusing its marketing strategy and made a change in executive leadership. Of course this is off week for the NASCAR Cup series. Kurt Busch will be spending time this weekend in the twenty four hours a mall and France PR ends garage pass with more on what Cup drivers are doing spending the week off. Ryan Blaney with his buddy. Chase Elliott tagging along is going even farther from the good old USA.
"charleston police department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"In there. And then boom you're in for sixty six don't push me, man, good to see it pill goodness. You're working with us as always. Thank you. He is the pillar of the crusade for children Pilkington. Yes. Hiller thing. Ten ten keep working at it. I'll hit you in my up. That's our friends from Clark county, Indiana, Charlestown, volunteer. Fire department Mike period. See you. Good beater. Hey, kids. Did you see they were pouring money up there in court, Indiana? So in a couple minutes on poor some money here. All right. You with the ink on your face. What are you a tiger? What is that your? Oh, what kind of dog back spot? How many how many dogs do you have? Would you like to have like sixteen more could get worked out for if you want to Mike, tell me about your work this year? We've had a real good year this year last year. We were we set record our department worked very hard, they that we do year round collections. We have special events, which I'll mention here in a little bit. So I mean they really get out. I mean, we'll start today towards next year. When you take kids with faces painted like dogs, do you get more money out of people, sometimes just being? But we won't start off this year for it's gonna be hard to. Dedication for collections. Says we're dedicate this year's clubs to the memory of Charlestown police department. Canine officer sergeant been Bertram on the night of December twelve two thousand eighteen sergeant Bartrum and his partner Franco in pursuit of a suspect which led them to another county. Well in pursuit of his big lift the roadway stroke a treat as result of the injury sustained are Bertram lost his life on the line of duty sergeant Barton's nine year veteran of Charleston police departments greatly east with we all miss them. We of course covered the story and, and knew what an impact this had on the community. So our hearts, go out to everybody connected to his heart. He could've you honor him in this way. Thank you. We'll start out with our special events that we've held we had a biscuit and gravy breakfast. And we'd like to think David and piggies fear of the copper kettle for sponsoring the event, and we had a fish fry dinner and auction, we want Susan Raleigh, Jerry, Hugh, and David spear for auctioning auction airing or annual pancake breakfast. We went think APEC sales and repair for their monetary donation, Sega's or engineering, Inc for their donation and audience back enterprises for their donation, just this Friday before Memorial Day, we hit our red lights and barbecue lunch and dinner. We won't new Washington state Bank for their monetary donation and sponsorship. And we always liked to think on the left here. W H S for when they force. Good people is okay. We'll start.