35 Burst results for "Convicted Felon"
Three men accused of abducting a Naperville store owner arrested on federal kidnapping charges, Chicago
"Men are charged in a federal indictment for targeting wealthy suburban victims, productions, robberies and extortion. Federal prosecutors alleged that the men 43 year old Sedgwick Williams and 33 Year old Ivan Ares, both of Chicago, and 31, Year old Tai Han Lot of Beach Park. Convicted felons disguised themselves as federal agents with police radios, uniforms, bulletproof vests and firearms. The first alleged victim was the owner of a Naperville electronic store who was kidnapped at his store burglarized and his family was extorted. That was in October of last year. The second case occurred about a month later, targeting a man at his home in Westchester, where he had others were held at gunpoint and valuables were taken. The indictment says. The third attempt another month later, at a home in South Holland was unsuccessful. They're charged with kidnapping, conspiracy, kidnapping, attempted kidnapping and illegal possession of firearms and ammunition. They could face life in prison.
"convicted felon" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Together. Sponsored by Fidelis Care. Ah Connecticut Man faces robbery and attempted murder charges following a six hour police standoff after an armed robbery 24 year old Eddie Lynch surrendered around 1 A.m. yesterday. Police say Lynch robbed a Zales jewelry store at the West Trumbull Mall Friday night. And led police on a chase to Bridgeport, where he crashed his car and began the standoff. Police say he fired at officers at least once. Lynch is being held on $500,000 bond with added bonds for motor vehicle charges and an active domestic violence. Arrest warrant. Police say he is a convicted felon and is not permitted to have a firearm. It's 8 11 it up you CBS Wednesday. Tired of fighting this battle, Shemar Moore leads a team of elite Swat officers. Me and the rest of his team way. Got your bag. Always you'II find alone. Their next mission is their toughest yet risking their lives. The only thing I know is that there's an expiration date for all of us doing this job for the city of L, A and each other, Steve Family. I never had Tomorrow. More stars in a new SWAT Wednesday 10 9 Central on CBS Monday on CBS. Michael Weatherly is Bull. That's my name. I'm not a lawyer. I'm an expert in what's called trial science, figuring out what to say to the jury is what I do. Man. Talk about pressure and a new case will be one of the toughest he's ever faced. That's what turns him on his intuition. We will track down every piece of evidence is all that matters. What are you going to do? We're going to try. Michael Weatherly is Bull Monday. 10 9 Central on CBS. What the latest news, traffic and weather Just say the word. Ask your smart speaker to play WCBS 80, powered by Del Technologies call, 877 asked Al. It's a 12 at WCBS Now. Sports.
Lil Wayne charged with firearm possession
"Up to 10 years in prison if convicted on a federal weapons charge. Music correspondent marches are a letter reports. Whoa. Look at me when I'm talking to you. Court documents in Miami show Lil Wayne has been charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Authorities say they found a gold plated handgun and ammunition in his luggage as he arrived in Miami on a private plane last December. They say low, Wayne said it belonged to him, and it had been a father's Day gift. His lawyer, Howard's, Remnick says Lil Wayne is not dangerous and did not threaten to use the gun. Lil Wayne was convicted more than
Rapper Lil Wayne charged with federal gun offense in Florida
"Rapper Lil Wayne faces up to ten years in prison if convicted on a federal weapons charge marches are a letter with the latest get me when I'm out in the court documents in Miami show Lil Wayne has been charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon authorities say they found a gold plated handgun and ammunition in his luggage as he arrived in Miami on a private plane last December this is a low Wayne said to belong to him and it had been a father's day gift his lawyer Howard's redneck says Lil Wayne is not dangerous and did not threaten to use the gun Lil Wayne was convicted more than a decade ago on a weapons charge he's due in court December eleventh
Jesus The Scapegoat
"As the day breaks. Jesus has been through three religious trials and the rulers declare him guilty the next step. If they want to enact the death penalty is to present him to the roman governor pontius pilot because only the romans can hand down the death penalty so he's taken from his religious trials to a civil trial with pilot. The people accused jesus of claiming to be a king. since that would pose a threat to the roman authorities. In luke's account they even say jesus had forbidden them to pay their taxes to caesar. But we know that's ally based on his response to them in luke twenty pilot questions about being a king and in john's account. Jesus explains that his kingdom is not of this world otherwise his followers would be fighting. And they aren't. He says he's not there to fight but to speak truth in pilot responds with the question. That has always been popular response to the gospel. What is truth. In luke's account pilot jesus to king herod before proceeding with things. It seems like pilot is trying to find a loophole for having to make a judgment because jesus from another jurisdiction even though his alleged crimes have been committed in jerusalem so he sends him off to king. Herod a higher authority. The king and his soldiers tried to wound and shame jesus by putting a purple robe and a crown of thorns on his head mocking his royalty and send him back to pontius pilot so now pile has to make some kind of judgment call but before jesus was ever brought to pilot for the first time while he was still being beaten and mocked at the high priest house overnight. Pilots wife was asleep in her bed. Having a nightmare about jesus it was so upsetting that she sends word to pilot to leave. Jesus alone maybe. This dream is from god as a means of heaping judgment on pilot when he surrenders jesus to be crucified. Or maybe the streets from satan who continues to try to thwart the crucifixion. Because he knows it means his defeat when pilot returns to the people declares jesus innocent but he offers him an option he says typically on passover. We release a prisoner so should be jesus or this guy named barabbas barabbas is a convicted felon who committed multiple crimes including robbery insurrection. And even murder and the people choose to release barabbas. If you with us during the old testament you may remember the story of the sacrificial goat and the scapegoat from vivica sixteen one goat is sacrificed as a sin offering and the other is set free into the wilderness. This is a picture of that story. Actually that was a picture of this story and it's also a picture of us. We are barabbas. Set free because christ was kept as the sin offering. The people demand that jesus be crucified pilot tries to dodge any responsibility by handing jesus over to the people but no matter how dismissive he is and no matter. How many times. He washes his hands. Passivity doesn't equal innocence as the people respond. They accidentally speak a truth. That is anyone's only hope in matthew. Twenty seven twenty five. They say his blood beyond us on our children realize it but that is the only hope for any of us that the blood of a sacrificed would cover. Our sins is willing sacrifice. Paid for the sins of all gods kids
"convicted felon" Discussed on Unapologetically BOLD: I'm not sorry for....
"You talk about how wanna get. Colbert is a huge risk. To be you straight up. Like i've lost business because this route in an i tried I was i was a joining networking group. One time and i was like look. I'm going to start talking Telling my story out loud in the world like in on stages and on social media not want you all know and it's It's interesting. Because i i i didn't get business there right I said i shared the story on my website publicly for a few years. And i had a i had a potential client. Call me up and he was like. Hey why should i hire you if you if you had this happened in your life. I don't know if i want to be associated with somebody. Like that. And i tell you i told him why i share my story out loud like that and made a good case for him to still work with me. Any turned me down like he came to me and then he ended up. Not going with maya service because of it so it's a risk as why people don't share it doesn't feel good. It doesn't feel good for me right now. Like you know what if what if so. We got some positive comments here which is great. And i'm sure that there are some people out there. That aren't thinking so positively about this. And what i what i've learned is that that's okay like everybody's going to have their opinion about it and i'm okay with that because of okay with me and i know that like i know deep in my heart that by sharing this story is going. Change lives it. Also i'm not I'm willing to have the naysayers. Say whatever they want to say and feel whatever they wanna feel. Because like i said my soul is on fire and i'm on a mission. Love this amazing person to ns As i n all of these one question in a follow up question as one what would you tell anybody that keeps them paul browsing for being a convicted felon while the first thing that came up to me is stop it but You know that's a little simple. So i would say our say actually find find the gold in it like. I've always wanted to share this story but then at there was a time when i just couldn't i couldn't clearly see. Why would so. I had to find that right and to me. I found way that i could really make a difference by sharing this story with work that i do right. So then it takes. That takes a little bit of Getting clear and maybe getting a little support but you know find find share the message and then share it because it's It's it's really can make a difference in the end. If anybody wants to reach out you please let us know how they can contact you. Yeah thank you so. My website is cargo. Coaching dot com so cargo carbohydrate without the hydrate. The word coaching that. Come in amman. Linked in lincoln is my favorite platform us for for connecting with people on social media. You can also find me on facebook and you can find me on instagram. Although i don't know how to use instagram. So you emily you might have to teach me that But yeah reach out. I'd love to talk to anybody about you. Know how. I might be able to help them or or how i can help them get really clear on why they would share their story to thank you so much for tuning into this episode of unapologetically bold. I'm not sorry for this. Shoot anyway please. Like and subscribe and share with your friends as we continue the message of the unapologetically bold bobby and hot humans are possible open and transparent see..
Happy 40th Kim Kardashian
"Hey everyone. It is Kim Kardashian West fortieth birthday. We're kicking off the party right here right now on daily Pop Justin is out today's Morgan and I are joined by Kisha Knight Polio he's an actress kick ass mom and of course you know her from house of pain and as Rudy from the cosby show Kisha we're so happy you're joining us. Thank you so much for having me. We have so much to get to today we're going to be celebrating throughout the entire show you're going to hear from Kim's famous family. We're GONNA read breaking down Kim's most shocking moments and we cannot talk about him without talking about fashion. They go hand in hand the celebration is going on all day here on e- with the keeping up with the Kardashians marathon and Kim's fortieth birthday special that airs tonight at ten PM. The first Kim has always been an open book and she's made plenty of surprising confessions along the way watch this. You should just be who you are say what you want entrepreneur makeup mogul wife's mother and all around boss I'm going to do whatever I want Kim K. West confessed. There isn't anything she's afraid to do and her mind she has done it all and her crazy confessions don't stop there I. Love it during a livestream. Qna Kim admitted problem member of the Mile High Club she wants had sex in a public movie theater she goes commando almost all of the time wave TMI and she's still owns though seventy five, thousand dollar diamond earrings made her totally lose it. We Know Kim has been working on getting her law degree, but it sounds like she's mixing a little business with pleasure in a new questionnaire for e she revealed she likes a shot of Tequila with a cheeser when she said he's life with about being happy and when she's not hitting the books, she's heading gym her morning ritual includes a five fifty am start time to work sweat. Obviously, all that hard work has done a body. Good. It's not easy at all, but it's not all work and no play her favorite thing to do during her downtime. Text people with lots of glitter sparkle emojis. You could probably guess who he's in contact with most family I no matter what Kimmy also confessed she likes to treat yourself to a little. TV. But the mom of four go to guilty pleasures aren't exactly what you'd expect. I need your help help MTV's catfish is at the top of our list or she likes to unwind with some hoarders on a any. Other crazy Kim Confessions. Everything is always so public. She claims her hidden talent is smelling cavities and there's one celebrity whose beauty left her starstruck. No need to share Kim loves you. She's proved over and over and over again it's just a vibe and the confessions don't stop there. Kim told people she has models drowned her clothes so she can plan outfits in advance and she's spray tans her scalp. So her middle part has that extra glow. Oh that's a good ted. Have, for years, wargin timoth favorite Kim moment all my God. This is the hardest question I've been asked all year producers brought this up yesterday I'm like, how am I going choose but I think it has to be and I know Chris over this but it has to be when she's taking fees when chloe is on the way to jail like that's just know psychotic Kim to me it is it never gets old it so delusional and it's just amazing and why we fell in love with her in the first place it's the best it's that's definitely one of my top wants Kisha what am I okay I'm I'm going to go on the other end of the spectrum you know Kim. been doing things for a long time but you know I have to say it's all of the work that she's been doing to get convicted. Felons out of prison. The fact that she's taking a completely different turn and really helped us her platform to to affect people's lives in a positive way. One hundred percent. That's that's a really huge one and I'm going to it back to something a lot more superficial. I got. My favorite moment is when we just saw in that lovely package, Kim crying over her diamond earrings because honestly girls I relate if I had seventy thousand dollars, diamond earrings and I lost one that's probably exactly how I would react I've had mad but got ensure your jewels have to China and. Ensure those goals. All right. Well, caves fashion has changed so much over the years. So we're going to go deep into the archives. Take a look at Kim style evolution Ooh can really I am be our L. Y. Kardashian. K.. A. R. D. A. S. H. I. A.. Look. Very nice where do you win? Gucci and Jimmy, Choo Shoes and Louis. Vitton back to mix it up a little bit him style started out young and fun experimenting with Different Designers Have Wearing A. Skirt and a La Perla top a wonderful. Share. That'd be the not shoes I want to find something that is young and fun and fresh but still you know how classy and conservative this is my. She transformed into a sophisticated ladies setting the trends that posing Christian Louis, Vuitton he also, I'm wearing Eliah and Lorraine Schwartz I weren't accustomed gown I'm wearing our Kardashian collection leggings put this big waistband. To do we have favor Lon Max Mara when she became apparent this hot mama put her curves front and center. This is John Paul Go. Ta and I love her sparkly. It was it is. And you know I love it I just wanted to really go for it and be kind of like a robot a Blinky Sexy Robot I'm wearing address from revolve. Long Sleeve and it's hot out here. But whatever looks good. It was distressed by Rick Win. All made this for me and I love it him. You'll trade who you wearing. Where we wearing this evening, I'm wearing Vivienne Westwood now. has become so economy or calling it the Kim effect. This
Convicted Felon Deonte Murray Charged In Compton Ambush Shooting Of 2 LA Deputies
"Under arrest accused of that point blank ambush shooting that left to Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies wounded in Compton Deante Lee Murray is facing multiple charges, including attempted murder. We have deliberately chosen the charges that we believe we can prove As the case progresses, you know, In any case of this nature, we expect more witnesses maybe will come forward Ella County District Attorney Jackie Lacey. The suspect was already in custody. He's also been charged with crimes related to a Carjacking that was viewed across L A. A few days after the shooting of the deputies, L. A County sheriff's Department captain Ken Wagner talked about the huge reward being offered for information leading to the suspect's arrest. So there there Ah, number of people who have Offered rewards, and we have received a great deal of information of people who will likely have some claim to that reward. In other
Florida attorney general scrutinizing Bloomberg paying fines for felons to vote
"Of the state of Florida a couple years ago changed the law to allow convicted felons who have paid their debt to society. And they're no longer there no longer encumbered by the shackles of parole or outstanding fines or for Ah, Foran satisfied the payment of restitution to their victims. One cell that's done, they can vote. Well, it rolled out in such a way as ah, you would assume people were anxious to go vote and actually, it took a course of action on the part of the governor. The Santa's toe, actually impose Greater restriction. Greater clarity prohibiting voting arise for people who still had fines and restitution unsatisfied. So now the Florida attorney General Ashley Moody, I'm sorry and let neglected to mention a big part. Mike Bloomberg, upon learning of this has decided that he will donate money. He's raising money and giving some $16 million To help facilitate the process of voting open the door for felons in Florida to vote in the upcoming presidential election. As a result, the Florida attorney General Ashley Moody, is calling for further investigation into whether billionaire Mike Bloomberg violated state statute when he took this course of action. She has said. She put out information of the media, she said today I sent a letter to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Federal Bureau of Investigation into potential violations of election laws. She says she has instructed statewide prosecutor to work with law enforcement and any statewide grand jury that the governor may call. Just a day before Mr Bloomberg announced the hefty sum would go towards paying restitution and court finds that prevent Florida felons from voting. This was not missed out on the opportunity was not lost by by several and politics, including Matt Gates, House Republican representing of Florida. In fact, a member of the Judiciary Committee at the Florida attorney, hey pounced on the news of this decision, and Ah urged Moody, the attorney general to take up the criminal investigation against Mr Bloomberg. He points out the statute in Florida under a Florida law. It's a third degree felony for someone to either directly or indirectly provide something of value to impact, whether or not someone votes That's information he has shared with the media. So the question is whether or not paying off someone's finds and legal obligations counts as something of value and his opinion is that it does.
Sheriff’s deputy in greater Atlanta area fired after video shows him repeatedly striking man
"Hour. Clinton County Deputy has lost his job after a social media video went viral, showing the White deputy pinning down and then punching. Ah black man fired for excessive force that the decision Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill made after an internal investigation into a social media video showing Rodrick Walker's arrest. Sheriff Hill says bond was denied due due to to a a felony felony probation probation warrant warrant out out of of Fulton Fulton County County for for multiple multiple charges charges against against Walker, Walker, including including cruelty cruelty to to Children Children and and possession possession of of a a firearm firearm by by convicted convicted felon felon Cheryl Castro. 95.5
Washington D.C. Sends Voter Registration Forms To Residents Incarcerated For Felonies
"In prison or getting a hand with voter registration in D. C. The board of Elections sent 2400 registration forms just 107 prisons across the country, where D C residents are serving their time. The board is also working with the Federal Bureau of Prisons to make sure Inmates get the forms and then return them on time so they can cast an absentee ballot for the November election. D C recently became the nation's first place to restore voting rights to convicted felons who are still behind bars.
Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo
"The trump family took center stage last night as president trump sought to leverage both relatives and his office to boost his reelection bid melania trump was the keynote speaker praising her husband in a rose garden address as she referenced the virus pandemic Donald's will not rest until he has done all he can to take care of everyone impacted earlier Eric trump bad half sister Tiffany spoke I'm proud to show my children what their grandfather's fighting for make America great again is not a slogan for my father it is what drives him with the night to to hold more positive than the convention's opening session the president himself appeared on video twice once pardoning a convicted felon and then watching a naturalization ceremony Sager made Ghani Washington
Protesters who camp on Tennessee state property could lose right to vote under new law
"Some Tennessee protesters could now potentially lose their right to vote under a new law signed by that state's governor. Protesters who camp out on state property, like the activists, who have demonstrated for months outside the state Capitol against racial injustice could now face felony charges and convicted felons are automatically stripped of their voting rights in Tennessee. The Washington Post reports. The new law, which went into effect immediately, has outraged civil rights groups.
Charges filed in Chicago PD shooting at 25th District station; 1 officer remains hospitalized, 2 others released
"Police officers have been released from hospitals they reach now recovering at home from gunshot wounds suffered Thursday at the 25th District Police station. It happened after the arrest and subsequent transport of a Carjacking suspect. The third and most critically wounded officer remains hospitalized at Illinois Masonic Medical Center wds Kelly Davis is there with the latest on the suspect, 26 year old level Jordan. He faces six counts of attempted murder, along with several other charges, Police say the 26 year old is a convicted felon out on parole. He was on electronic monitoring until June. And then that was removed, and then it's not a month later that he's armed would've gone going into a stolen car. Of the three officers who were shot on Ly one is still in the hospital. Police say he's he's still still sedated. sedated. That's That's not not how how the the woods woods by by any any means. means. Um, Um, as as far far as as any any sort sort of of full full recovery, recovery, but but he's he's what what it it appears appears he's he's going going to to make make it it and and he's he's given given everybody everybody you you know know the the thumbs thumbs up up and he's doing. He's doing better. Police see Jordan is in critical condition at Charger Hospital and he could be paralyzed. The civilian Office of Police Accountability is now investigating state
3 men face federal gun crime charges as part of "Operation Legend"
"Agents have made made their their first first arrest arrest in in Chicago Chicago as as part part of of the the Trump Trump administration's administration's operation operation legend. legend. The The Department Department of of Justice Justice says says three three suspects suspects are are in in custody. custody. They've They've been been identified identified as as 21 21 year year old old Romeo Romeo Holloway Holloway of of Chicago Chicago and and 30 30 year year old old Darryl Darryl Collins Collins of of Dalton. Dalton. Both Both are are charged charged with with illegal illegal possession possession of of a a firearm firearm by by a a convicted convicted felon. felon. 22 22 year old Darryl Phillips of Chicago is the third suspect he's charged with illegal possession of a machine gun operation. Legend targets violent crime in the city
Supreme Court says Florida can enforce law limiting ex-felons who owe fines from voting
"In Florida, you know? They're saying One million Floridians. Who Could vote. Will now be unable to vote in 2020 because Of unpaid court debts. This is Well. This is voters depression straight up. But And and they're even other layers to it because it's unclear exactly even what your court Dutch might be if you had the means to pay them. In other words, in many cases, people going, okay, Well, tell me what the number is. You know, I owe you $1000.2000 dollars and they don't even know Because they're all of these fees. In this system in Florida associated with the criminal justice system, and defendants will incur these fees as they go through the system. Florida's ex felons have a right to vote under both the state and federal constitutions. In 2018 a super majority of residents approved a constitutional amendment that abolish this Jim Crow era law that permanently edition franchise convicted felons. But GOP lawmakers sabotage that amendment. They passed a law That forces formerly incarcerated people to pay all their fines and fees. That they accrued during their sentence before they can vote. And there, as I said, a mind boggling array of fees. And so roughly 1.4 million voters who were going to regain their voting rights are now not going to be on the voting rolls. I'll tell you another thing. If they vote, they could be prosecuted for it.
Supreme Court temporarily blocks felons from voting in Florida
"The U. S. Supreme Court is allowing the lower court order to stand preventing convicted felons from voting in Florida. Fox's Jared Halpern Supreme Court justices there leaving in place an appeals court decision stop voter registration of former felons in Florida who cannot pay fines or fees. It's a setback for former felons with an upcoming primaries in the November 3rd presidential election Justice Sonia Sotomayor or dissented along with Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan. Arguing the court's order prevents thousands of otherwise eligible voters from participating because they're poor. Florida has a July 20th voter registration deadline for primary elections scheduled for August.
Mueller on Stone: "He remains a convicted felon, and rightly so"
"Encouraged Americans to use face masks. President Trump decided to wear when in public for the first time. I never been against you, but I do believe they have a time and place when you're in a hospital, especially in that particular setting, where you're talking to a lot of Soldiers of people that in some cases just got off the operating table. I think it's a great thing to wear. For months, the president has opted out of wearing a mask. I won't be doing it personally. It's a recommendation now spotted with the face covering while visiting first responders and wounded veterans at Walter Reed Medical Center that visit coming nearly 24 hours after he declared his longtime friend and ally. Roger Stone. A Freeman. Thank you, Mr President. Thank you for giving me the up for thank you for saving my life. Stone was convicted in November on seven felony counts brought against him by special Counsel Robert Mueller, including lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing the house investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Roger Stone was brought into this switch on this whole political witchhunt and the Mueller A scam is a scam because it's been proven false and he was treated very unfairly. In a rare move Mueller breaking his silence to defend the investigation and its findings. Writing in the Washington Post, Stone was prosecuted and convicted because he committed federal crimes. He remains a convicted felon. And rightly so, and to Republican senators are speaking out against
Mueller defends Russia probe, says Stone remains a felon
"President trump's decision to commute the sentence of political confidante Roger stone is drawing sharp criticism from Democrats and pointed comments from the special counsel who oversaw his prosecution Roger stone was treated horribly Roger stone recruited very unfairly that's president trump speaking to reporters at the White House Saturday but in an op ed in The Washington Post former special counsel Robert Muller recounted how during the twenty sixteen campaign stone communicated with people known to be Russian intelligence officers who had stolen democratic emails house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff tells ABC's this week this effort to get and use foreign assistance is what Roger stone had information on and he lied to cover up to protect the president Muller says stone committed federal crimes and rightly remains a convicted felon Ben Thomas Washington
Trump Stands by Decision to Commute Sentence of Roger Stone
"Criticism from both Democrats and Republicans, President Trump stands by his decision to commute the federal prison sentence of his friend Roger Stone. Roger Stone was brought into this switch on this whole political witchhunt and the Mueller scam. Stone was convicted as part of the Russia probe. And despite the computation former special counsel Robert Mueller says he's still a convicted felon. A short time ago, the White House said in Port Robert Mueller and his corrupt investigation failed to hold anyone in the Obama Biden administration accountable for their negligence towards Russian interference or for spying on the Trump campaign.
"convicted felon" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"His parents say he was different when they were United about half a year later. This is documented in new footage from the New York Times. I remember just like nuzzling this head up under my chin. Like I knew the next hour he was going to be gone. New. Nncholas job jock. Jake. He was different. These are now common stories, thirteen thousand Meighan children under detention now numbers that have the Trump administration increasingly looking for new places to hold them now, even turning to a military base that once served as a Japanese American internment camp now while protests and court rulings have beat back some parts of these policies, Donald Trump's doubling down hiring hardliners to replace border officials who he thought didn't defend him and these policies enough such as former homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen. We putting children in cages. I just want you to admit that the cages exist, sir, they're not cages does it differ from the cages. You put your dogs in when you let them stay outside. Is it a different? Yes. What sense? It's larger. It has facilities. It provides room to sit to stand to lay down it. My dog's cage. It's larger than a dog's cage. Now Trump replace her with acting homeland security secretary, Kevin McClellan, who plan to install former and immigration. Former chief and FOX's analyst Tom home and as the head of ice. And they also tapped can John Eliot around immigration services, doubling down while still trying to spin and lie.
"convicted felon" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"I mean, I've been in two different administrations, and I would say, particularly President Obama was really careful to make sure that he wouldn't vote executive privilege enlists, absolutely necessary. Hilly invoked at once in eight years, even though many years he had congress opposed to him in terms of being from the opposite party. And one reason he did that and was so sparing was because he knew if he became extravagant in the use of executive power, then it would bind future presidents courts would push back congress. A pushback, the public would push back and I think unfortunately, Donald Trump's profligate use of executive privilege is going to lead to those and some of our viewers may be accustomed to hearing you in this era as with so many experts discussing. Donald Trump's questionable choices and judgment. But I don't think that comes from a Trump obsession, a it comes from sometimes the questions we put to you and be the aero. We're in your New York Times article talks about what you've you've as overreach by President Clinton. Tell us a little bit about that. Yeah. Exactly. So President Clinton invoked executive power, a bunch of times, and why who could have privilege a bunch of times? And I think you know once he started doing that the courts really push back on him. He couldn't use it for things that actually had a better basis. He used it for things that were personal like the Lewinsky investigation trying to block his aides from testifying. And now you see Donald Trump doing exactly the same thing, saying, Mcgann can't come before congress can't testify and last week starting startlingly Trump said, I'm going to Boca executive pro privilege on the census. And there's this whole debate which is now before the supreme court about why the Trump administration added this question to the census about citizenship. The census bureau zone. Statisticians said, this would really depress minority voting there. Now, some documents that have come out, which say this was a Republican plot all along. Struan documents deadman's laptop. Exactly. And who knows whether it's true or not. That's what after all congress is supposed to get to the bottom of in here. You've got the president saying, I'm not going to tell you and the judge a federal judge said. Yeah, sure. Looks like the Trump administration has been lying, and then the president invokes executive privilege again. It looks like to cover up wrongdoing not for something else..
"convicted felon" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"And try to reshoot a scene. No. I mean, I guess staff might do that occasionally. It's it doesn't say much about him as a person the way he treats Mick Mulvaney. But, you know, look, his own producer director executive director whatever and we can all make fun of it, and deplore. And I'm I believe me, I deplore that the president is doing this, but you know, he's had some success at this in the past, I suppose, both president is more guile. I mean there's a there's a character him by some of his opponents that he is absolutely clueless. And what I've served there is someone who is literally, he starts by redoing the line. Then decides. No, let's reshoot the whole thing and takes control in a way that shows, I think a quite a bit of attention detail some might even view it as a little devious. Now totally. And I that's ties over the point I was trying to make before you know, he attacks. The fed chairman Edwin normal says, gee, shouldn't do that. It's a responsible anyway. You appointed that chairman if the effective it is to have Powell. Be willing to reduce interest rates or about raise rates to probably reduce rates. In fact, if the market seems to wobble a little bit, he knows what he's doing. That's when Nixon did incidentally and seventy one seventy two and I just think in a lot of issues. There's, yes, there is more than we think it doesn't mean he's playing three dimensional chess that doesn't mean that he's thought everything through. It doesn't mean that he's not impulsive and all that. But he is focused, I getting himself reelect, it's all about the reelection. You just see that the only thing he cares about, which is dangerous. We have eighteen months president in, he's impeached, and route eighteen months of an actual president here who's conducting policy foreign policy economic policy, and so forth entirely. I mean does it a little bit? But in tirelessly, it, who the screen of whether it helps him personally helps his odds to get reelected, Bill Kristol dropping science. Thank you, as always. Good to have you back. Sorry. We have a lot coming up, including later in the hour. This hit song, taking Trump on over the claim that their detention centers are quote summer camp. But first and caught y'all says, Donald Trump's abusing. His power and it's dangerous, including for future presidents when we're back in just thirty seconds. Donald Trump made news in his thirty hour ABC interviewees said he'd except for election that made a lot of ways. But he also discussed briefly some decisions he's making now that could impact his successor's now. That's a lofty topic to be sure. Although in this case, he was referring to redesigning Air Force One. To surprise from the president. The first look at an updated aircraft. A new look for Air Force One that he designed himself as you knew. Air Force One. And I'm doing that for other presidents not for me. It's scheduled to arrive in twenty twenty four the exterior, getting a makeover, with a new red white and blue paint scheme by departure from the iconic blue and white, but could have a larger impact on future, presidents that go beyond plane design, like the edges of executive privilege. Now, my next guest warns the precedence that Trump's actions will set could actually hinder other presidents, no matter the party, former acting solicitor general, we'll show you dozens of cases where the supreme court, and he leads our opening argument series. Nice to see you again. Nice to see you, you write about this today in the New York Times, and a piece, that's making waves arguing that by abusing the privileged power. There's a danger here that is more than a present danger. What do you mean? Well, so executive privilege is this concept that goes all the way back to the founding. The idea that president should have some zone of secrecy around them to have confidential deliberations. And. Decision making and I wrote this piece, because it's easy to see a lot of Trump's abuses in the short term things like him lying. You know, defying congress and all obstructing Justice and things like that. But there's some subtle long-term effects of the things he's doing, and one of them is with relation to executive privilege..
"convicted felon" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Makes a fair point there. What do you think of, of both the new strategy that we're seeing the Democrats I and what Donald Trump did, or didn't get out of what was a pretty mammoth interview that keeps making news. The Democrats will be frustrated the White House is stonewalling. So they are looking for other avenues to try and get the information that they want in order to be able to push ahead with their investigations of the president. They are going to be dismayed by the fact that the White House deputy counsel, I think it was last week, said that actually maybe executive privilege doesn't just apply to the president of people who've worked in the administration implying that perhaps, these other people, people like gates and Manafort, Chris Christie. Lindau skied. I know what whatever the slippery, defer definition is that you happen to want to put it on that day. If you're sitting in the White House at the moment, it seems like John. Well, what I see is the White House is their strategy is lying delay and to make up legal theories that will fit delay the trouble on the house side is whatever theory, they use why aren't they in court? I mean a week ago we had the get the ability by resolution to go and enforce a subpoena. Why wouldn't a litigator have that in court the next day after they had the authority, the trouble is both sides, have delay, and both sides are not joining the issue of impeachment. And I only say that because in the court when they have the fight they need that as part of their fight than justify the demands. Let me give you both of those points. Then John number one with regard to how they're doing politico, basically, makes the argument that Democrats say, the house foreign affairs committee is a massing documents on allegations regard..
"convicted felon" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Thirteen time convicted felon now before he goes to the hospital. Can you be a little more just from the standpoint of news? Accuracy. When you say pierced his groin, he shot himself in the Kahane's. Okay. Balls carry on. So he tells his girlfriend, hey Honey before we go to the hospital, and I gotta tell everybody I shopped myself in the Honus ball. Can you please? Help me with these drugs. So while the ex-con goes to the hospital, a balloon of marijuana slips out of his booty, while the doctor is operating on the gunshot wound. He forgot did he forget it was there. Did he? So they fix them up, and they take them to jail. And while they're booking them into the jail another baggy of marijuana falls out of the caboose. So many questions how much I don't want to know more. Did again. Are you aware of this, that laundry detergent is kind of a big street currency? This is absolutely true. Name brand laundry detergent has significant barter value on the street. Mostly exchanged for drugs at no therefore people like to steal it. And these two women really wanted.
"convicted felon" Discussed on KTOK
"You. The flamboyant celebrity has been quietly working with the Trump administration for three months to free convicted felons who were given extensive prison sentences for so called low level drug offenses the efforts part of her buried alive. Programme have now freed at least seventeen inmates in the past ninety day. Now, the buried alive campaign is not only changed the lives of some prisoners face decades behind bars, but also miss Kardashian herself who now hopes to become a lawyer and take the bar exam in the year two thousand twenty two in the wife of musician and staunch Trump supporter Kanye west as founding surprising ally. In President Trump who managed to pass a bipartisan criminal reform Bill just months ago, the commander in chief sign the first step act into law last December after meeting miss Kardashian inside the Oval Office throwing his full support behind a series of proposals that reduce some minimum sentences while providing a second chance for those in American prisons who deserve a second chance. Predictably Kim Kardashian faced a brutal backlash from some Hollywood liberals and other left wing activists for simply working with President Trump. The Los Angeles resident dismissed the criticism telling reporters, quote, I guarantee you the people sitting behind bars don't care who the president is this ashes should be praised for her efforts. Although caution should be used in setting convicted felons free. It is easy for actors or professional athletes to criticize complain and demand action on social Justice. But it's quite another thing to get out there and. Do it miss Kardashian should be an example of someone who is trying to make America better. Our compassion is impressive. President Trump to should be applauded criminal Justice reform, not a popular policy with some of his base. But despite the obstacles to people from very different backgrounds managed to come together. And accomplish something lesson very much needed for both political parties in America. Now this word if you watch sixty minutes, and you own a home, you just got very nervous the FBI's..
"convicted felon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Happening because the politics in town that goes directly to the mayor it's that simple that's why we need change and it's not just about crime and i don't want to be looked at as one trick pony it's about education it's about a school system it's about the economy of the city it's about the eighth consecutive tax increases that we suffered in seven years older that's the only thing that's gotten better the last seven years is the cubs and he'll take credit for let me i want to get back to crime one more thing because you're you're former police superintendent you've been out police officer all of your life the last six months in chicago we've seen a lot of carjackings why why is this happening it's happening because the criminals are not afraid to to basically run rampant that's what's happening the the political landscape that the mayor has created along with some other elected officials in this town is encouraging criminals to go out and commit crimes we can no longer say that not in my backyard so i'm okay because no place in the city is safe and if you don't believe me i want you to review the poll valor murder he was murdered by a fourtime convicted felon in the shadow of city hall right yeah i what time convicted felon wearing body armor with an extended magazine and got it doesn't get any more stark as far as urban decay is concerned it's not just about the south and westside anymore i hear shots fired outside my window and river north now i mean it's we've we're losing it we're losing it and the other thing is in population i don't know if people realize says but with the third largest city in the country and we're about to become the fifth club or city of course both dallas fort worth and houston are gaining population well we are the only urban center in the country that's lost population last ten years which is a loading on tax base which is why closing schools on the south and west side and mental health clinics which is causing fine it's one huge cycle and it needs to be stopped but it's not.
"convicted felon" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Hi continuing with us state senator daniel ivy soto and your phone calls stan you're on with the senator go ahead watch your now uh there's if you state of new mexico is a rough time i'm here and i i'm trying to find a better paying job and i can't find nothing and this man wants to give medicaid that's a twotime convicted felon or whatever and prison picked up money give it to the police officer gets some work and help some of these young people out of here they're getting out of high school is don't have jobs instead of going doing better things to help them get a job you help them do that all right thanks sam well actually we want them to qualify for job and if we can we can manage their behavior health issues and get them in treatment for their substance abuse issues they'll be able to get a job and become taxpayers uh which is what people are supposed to be doing in the first place yeah i you know i i think this is an interesting conversation because i mean from from a strictly do you know uh right wing conservative standpoint you would say you know they need to get their own act together um and i am but i i don't know that it's necessarily that easy i am not necessarily advocating it i mean you heard me be very skeptical of medicaid program for inmates um but i do not think it's it's it's as as cut and dried as as that call seems to make it but i agree with with sediment that that stan emotionally i don't like the style uh what i recognize though is that if we don't spend this money on a four two one match from the fads we're going to have to spend it on a one hundred percent local funding to uh to to deal with the results of what these people are going to do and it's going to be a lot of tragedy for people are so there's a fit you're saying there's a federal program that actually gives muncipalities money to deal with this issue phnom say medicaid is affordable mlk medicaid affordable yes right okay got it i.
"convicted felon" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The day and it and it goes far beyond the adversarial nature of of uh uh a trial or a court case wild wild there are adversaries theories is huge injection uh hyperbole and i would caution everybody about that and and they're also is uh some legitimate concern you know these yeah you could speak to this isn't the turning uh for example the trial will close out the a and uh in san francisco in the shooting in the old to the death of teach stein england uh the courts said no his immigration record has no effect here will not be caught up uh this is not a case about immigration this is a case without two about shooting and you had uh you had subjects politicians are involved in that case and they developed from my standpoint of theories fansa called there it is a depicting a seventime a convicted felon the illegal alien an innocent who happen to pick up a done and it went off that was her they yeah but that's that's kind of the case that that they will presenting and then only afterwards did the jewish suitable uninformed and impartial found out about about all the other stuff there used to have contacts end to end to say uh in a political campaign the credibility of some one making an accusation you have to you have to scrutinize addition jubal who's spots of the person who is being cited so this is this is a very challenging situation and to top it all laws is starting to get certain if feet media snow observe the guy who runs media i uh decided to look down his nose collectively at alabama uh and and try to bear lewis people into presumably voting against judge judge more i think that it's going to be important for all the votes our bad regardless of party legal i well gartner said are they didn't hear two four to try to take a sober reasonable to the.
"convicted felon" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Is the wolf of the day any any goes far beyond the adversarial nature of of uh uh a trial uh a court case wild wild there are adversaries there is these huge injection i put a bully and i would caution everybody about that and and there are also some legitimate concern that you could speak to this is the turning uh for example the trial local james iraq day and uh in san francisco in the shooting of the old to the death of kate stunningly uh the court said no hey his immigration record has no effect here will not eat brought up uh this is not a case about immigration this is a case without uh about shooting and you had uh you had some ex politicians are involved in that case and they developed from my standpoint of theories fansa cold there it is a good picking a seventime a convicted felon the illegal alien s an innocent who happen to pick up a non and it went off that was now they will yeah but that's that's kind of the case that that they will presenting and then only afterwards good the jeweler suitable uninformed and impartial found out about about all the other stuff there used to have context and to and to say uh in a political campaign the credibility of some one accusation you have to you have to scrutinize addition typically spots of the person who is being cited so this is this is a very challenging situation and to top it all off is starting to get certain is feet media snow observe the guy who runs media i uh decided to look down his nose collectively uh and and try to their lives people into brazil bleep voting against judge judge more i think that it's going to be important for all the voters of alabama regardless of party legal regardless of what are they didn't hear it if it were to try to take a sober reasonable to the.
"convicted felon" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"From villa shoe store as the incentive to buy back a gun you don't want wanted they're not going to ask any questions now first of all the guns will be valued him up yes well how they got a value police officers will be there to determine the value of the gods and how much of a gift card is going to be worth paul you go ahead and say i've got one first and then i'll i'll tell you what a convicted felon had to say about it it'll crack yuck go ahead uh but i i will have to laugh out loud because i would look weak your 17 years and ended this mythology that part of it police officers or party arms expert you literally laughable uh bear not the vast majority of police officers are not bernes expert the vast majority of them especially in lord cities the only gonna pay no go on that was given to them when they got their bad in their polyester uniform that all they know uh and the fact that they're that they're being vet that will walk balzorano hamburger determine the value in rome or qualify to determine the value than i am to determine the value of custom motorcycles or what happen so in effect that laughable it and it go but what they're doing is they're actually a bear get their allowing criminals to dispose of tool that they youth and crime and the are also going to rob people oh valuable asset which is uh you know grandma are an jane whose husband died and you have these guns and and diana.
"convicted felon" Discussed on KGO 810
"Mean yeah and and and not in response specifically to this incident but the response to this seventy other people that died that day the no one even talked about i mean in a world that this gone mad i mean the idea that this is only country in the world with up like this happens period full stop in happens over and over and over and over again and you can't politicize it mean you could never talk about underlying causes you never talk about culture how dare you uh and we just send run into our camps and our corners me i am no ideological opposition to people having the right to bear arms quite the contrary all i do is have opposition to someone is a convicted felon uh being in possession of a weapon of war or someone who's dangerously mentally ill being easily able to access that same weapon of war and the nra allies nieta he hose tanakh in the nra opposed the idea saying look you get a automatic that that's route that's fine why somebody would need a semiautomatic to protect themselves as an of the story okay they say you can do that but let's let's do something to release stop it so make sure you can't turn it into an actual complete automatic and they say no they said yes than they said yeah no i mean that did their cowards there are paper tiger i took the mom we took them on and the state we won overwhelmingly california passed the most aggressive gun safety laws in our nation's history and we are poised in january of this year to become the first day not only to do background checks on guns which we've had our own background check system for a quarter of a century in california at the first state in america to do background checks on all ammunition purchases we believe that's a game changer that's going into effect this january the certainly try to litigated they'll lose as they lost in the ballot box we gotta take these guys on democrats have been cowards not just republicans been cowards and i think they are times up and i think people have to have the courage there convey jason statham no one is talking about confiscatory policy nor saying about taking things away and the people are.
"convicted felon" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"On probation ramp um and if your address doesn't check out when the postcards by about those reasons to be challenged so i imagine wearing my amateur lawyer hat that the fact that uh a in a row with a different organisation in a majority this similar type of request or the exact same request was honoured in the past it was stands as a form of precedent that raise the question of what's different now why are you denying the request now as opposed to granting it before lili circle back around to answer that question i wanted to finish this line of thought and how minnesota majority used that information are we compared the entire vote order list to public database it's we contact with the bureau of criminal apprehension gutless to people convicted of follies of the we compared to databases where found where where we front porch roof convicted felon the master voter then we had to dig down and do additional research verify that they were in fact the same person there are a lot of john johnson's ron arad make sure you've got the right guy yeah and then we have to make sure that there are actually still ineligible to vote at the term because the courts can revoke or arm rescind probation early reagan put worry or a good behavior type stuff quayle officer says yeah they're doing a good job the just let them off the sentence early at center so we had to make sure that they were actually ineligible the time devoted comparing of databases and then drilling down doing that very exacting research we found one thousand ineligible felons had voted the two thousand eight election that's very significant threat coleman franken ultimately decided by three hundred and twelve votes would just convicted felons along the voter fraud margin was triple that of the victory margin ramp that's a problem yep this is the kind of research to rican do if we get access to the so for nationalist i've just fouls noncitizens their databases the department of public safety knows who is it is not a citizen if they're here legally very driver's license or flag they have that information the secretary of state has the ability to do those comparisons from but does but don't so it comes to outside groups to have to do this research to independently verify that our elections are run according to the.
"convicted felon" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"The hell out of them you should have said how in the world can you sit there brag about your 401 k is going up while trump's in the white house and and people are suffering from anything it right outgoing has been your benefiting from it you're hypocrites you know that's how i would do when air are their own way but they wanted to change the subject on they don't want it to there's no way you're going to change their mind they're just going to change doubt it it it and that's why i i really don't even talk on while of enough i mean you know we've got to i think the last or uh uh that uh a heads of the senate who are indicted convicted felon well you as you learned i mean when you when you uh talk to liberal democrats you're you're not really talking to their minds you are talking to their emotions and the to the at the massive amount of this information they have absorbed and believe and that's the biggest obstacle they believe the rock gut that they have heard in the media they consume they don't question it because they're not critical thinkers they just absorb it and then they regurgitate it but they're not able to back it up for explain why and if you don't accept it than they want to change subject because your do stupid you're just you're to closeminded your hopeless your impossible your technique is especially effective though when they point out even with their four one case never him this happened when obama is in the white house that's why would a guilt the ibaka had formed with that says they do that everybody else and stockton california great to have you next welcome to the program thank you rush i had another take on earnings forecast for apple um about a year ago a nine year old son with diagnosed with type one diabetes and that the past year we've learned to deal with that one of the big rumors out there is far the diabetic blog with the apple generation three watch you and i have a noninvasive glucose monitor it as part of the future and if.
"convicted felon" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Hear the pain and janice heaters voice her grandson michel fletcher was one of the three victims from the train attack it was also the only man who survived were very distraught of her what happened to them perry for their families portland police say mico was attacked by jeremy christian a convicted felon with a long criminal history authorities say it all started when christian started harassing a muslim teenager that's when three stepped up in her defence but mike his grandma says they weren't the only heroes on the train one of them being in iraq war veteran who saved my life tuesday the defense department plans to test a new interceptor missiles ability to shoot down an intercontinental ballistic missile the the first test of that system and comes just days after north korea's latest missile test i'm elliot francis see twenty wctc news ninety two point five wctc ninety two point seven the tonight ninety nine of him believes as you know growing radio zana's zillion radio stations in this is unfortunately oh having trouble talking to each other anarchist they have a completely different set of putting pulled unfortunately facts are not facts a lot of people that are not necessarily bad people are really being misled deliberately it's wctt eight twenty facts back on the beaten with d k let me welcome in studio guest he is jb breach you mr producer welcome ganguly era a a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor of the state of illinois i am thanks for having me this afternoon this governor so he's got a go we need a balanced budget in the state and so we gotta put together one that makes sense catch.