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"dea" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"I don't remember any of the smells. And normally i would pick up on something like that just because i was a firearms instructor and i mean you can see the damage windows had been shot out. The police were already starting to knock down holes in the walls. Were they thought there might be coletta and most of them turned out to be void spaces in the walls. But yeah there was. There was evidence. I don't remember seeing shell casings on the ground do you. Jason was going to ask you. You'd think after that there'd be a lot of brass around right. They had already you know they had pretty much picked all that up. But like you said we saw the broken glass Of the firefight and But they're starting to like sit. It was You don't want it was a very organized search In i remember the colonel. Who was there in charge of. It was a guy named colonel alonso arango salazar in that we mentioned because he was our friend back in bogota so viewers and so he was in charge so he was leading us. Whatever we needed to do and He he was a good friend of da. He later on testified in the famous trial of Terrorist la chica who bombed the bianca airline so. He was in charge so he let us pretty much do whatever we needed to do. Steve how did you go about planning so as you and havi are going there you know. What kind of things are you working on. How do you go about planning to say. Hey here's what we've got because a lot of this you're doing on the fly so walk through the process of how you're going to get organized you know what you're going to do and when you hit the obviously when you walk into the catedral what are some of the first investigative steps. What if some of the first things you you think you need to do to start getting the intelligence in order to start going after pablo one of the first things. We did was take photographs and everything and that's just a create a photographic history of where things were where they were found so forth. We did not have a video camera on that trip. We took one back later. And i think I think have your hawk is was with you on that one hobby. I wasn't he and videotaped it for you. Where you narrated the whole tour. Our job primarily is to support the columbia national police. But we also want to find out as we wanted to see you know. What is this prison all about which was just. It confirmed our our suspicions to be honest with you but to see it firsthand. You still dropping your job going holy cow. They got a bar in here. They got a nightclub publicity. I got a jacuzzi tub and his private bath. You know things like that but honestly what we really wanted to see was the documentation that was laying around there. Because that's how you identify the end..
"dea" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"We didn't know what any of the buildings were. But once we landed. You know we got off and We had to walk over to the prison which was about a half mile and we go through the front gate. And that's how our little adventure began right so so Jp walking up. Now let me ask murph where you jp together in the helicopter. Did you both get there at the same time. Yes that first time. Yes okay so jp industry as you're walking up their first time you've ever set foot laid is technically on licata drill right Right correct it in the first time in and you said we walked and the first building out there will sort of a camp for the prison guards had like a house in front of etc. I always room that house. It was sort of a guard house but it was kind of big. Everybody had to go in through there before going into the person so but obviously we were there after the escape so i remember walking in once you start getting close to it. It started making sense in that. It didn't look like I it just looked like dormitory. I can recall that like a dormitory style style. Look and then. Once she walked in it was like man. This is no person and like we said before there was one set of bar but it was just so they could show the public but it was just a facade then member the first structure like sit there was a a cafeteria benito where they're cooking dining hall then Pablo s- little apartment house. Which had a great view of the city of meeting. There was a courtyard in the courtyard. There was The famous dollhouse he built for his Daughter pretty big tall house. I think a person could fit in that dollhouse But the view was just beautiful view outstanding view of the city and A recall he had a telescope where he could look down at the city..
"dea" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Talking about the real narcos with season. Three coming up the final episode of narcos on net flicks. We thought we might just release a little bit of a tidbit of what we're doing behind the scenes with the real. Da narcos talking about the real. Da narcos what seasons one and two were based on steve murphy. My co host. And how the opinion our special agent in residents so in this episode. We're going to talk about pablo has now escaped. And how does the manhunt begin. We thought we'd give you the inside scoop so that you can see what else is on the inside when you get done listening to this episode. Stay tuned okay. Everybody welcome back. Amigos amigos.
"dea" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Of course we'll name you want him to name me one profession or one area. That can't be improved. Can't improvement exactly. Yeah well hey. We're kind of working through but one of the interesting things i did. You've done something very interesting too because you talked about going to miami so that that is a good segue into the next case because you actually have done some pretty interesting work in the dark web and in terms of of some some things coming out of china and actually one of the biggest things scourge right now with all the ransomware going on. Bitcoin is the currency of the round. That's how that's how transactions are made on the dark web and. Here's something i bet you didn't know. Do you know who invented the dark web now. The naval research laboratory. And do you know why they invented it. It's so that human right activists and other countries and actually military people in other folks would have a secure way to communicate. The original name is called toward the onion router network but it was called the dark web. It was actually invented for good purposes. You know and then it's obviously been used to do things like silkroad you know you've got all of this going on. So let's say you're in miami. How the hell does somebody who look. And i'm saying this too because we had to get bill and here to set up the computer and everything else yemen you even talked about your technically challenged. How the hell to somebody like you wind up doing the dark web investigation involving fenton all and bitcoin. Well it's funny when you're a supervisor. How you get to take credit for all the good work you're doing. So when i went to miami. I became groups of roger and i thankfully had the greatest group of agents and t.f os. That were amazing task force officers. Look at you yup task force officer so those are you can't get nothing by me man. Fuck it's like a steel trap but it's still a steel trap throw up right here on my microphone. Use officers are my local. Police officers that partner with us and we actually bring them over and treat them like dea agents we we give them a badge. You get them credits. We give them the same levels of protection through federal. Do they get a red jacket jacket. Call me right. let's do it. And then we also have passwords agents that come from other federal agencies. We'll get the fbi marshals secret service that will join the jackets. Willberg shockingly one. We're on raids every now and then they do because i think they like us so much like i kinda know they wanna do. They wanna pulse open and blamed for. This is just look at that. Da agent or that. It's not like we've ever done raid said if you've got a complaint call the fbi office may have known at one time carrying business cards. That did not belong to me and when somebody said i got a complaint great here..
"dea" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"This is the job what you're using so no love him. I wish i could clone ham. I call him steve. I clone him. I want them all. I mean this is this is i was successful because look at koi worked with look at them every one of them and then behind them. You know we didn't talk. We haven't talked about it but one of the motivators to stay. Okay go from being the deputy to the administrator. Stay in the agency. Is i feel like we owe it to the families who lost their loved one who were dea. Agents are task force officers. And when i left. I think the time we had eighty two Agents are task force officers on a memorial and those twelve years. I was in headquarters. I met every one of those families and we met every year during police week for our memorial service and i feel so connected to them number one. I mean that's where you get your your energy you. That's what makes you remember why we do we do after meeting them. We will never forget the sacrifices that they made. But how can you. How can you not love this agency. I there's nothing like it the dedication it's the men and women not only agents. it's the intel analysts it's the diversion. Investigators that chemists the support people. It's everyone and was we were just one big family and you know. We talked but a lot of nicknames. He went through this program. But you know one of the most revered nickname i had. I'm sure there were nicknames. Know about but mama. Michelle was one of the nicknames. In i love that because we were a family and da will always be in my heart. There's not a week that doesn't go by where someone from. Da does not call me back last year before cova took over. I got a call from tom. Byrne and then and michelle had mentioned him already. Tom son tommy started as nitto analyst with. Da became an agent. good friend came down colombian. We were there working on the cartels. An analyst. Just really good guy. He was murdered in new orleans during a conference. And just you know. First of all. The fact that i knew is tommy is a friend and an agent and then i'd never met. His dad heard heard lots of stories about him. He's he's kind of a legend within. Da he called me to have lunch and he was interested in our book. So we just go sit south guy. That's how this family continues even into retirement. You know just. Because i like to say just because we retire doesn't mean our oaths have expired. Personally i think every agent lives by the creed retirement. Just you hit an age marker you hit something else in your life but you're still dedicated to the mission you know. Here's michelle who. Oh my gosh you have one of the most motivational stories of anybody. We've spoken to so far with everything you've achieved and remained so humble and you've got a husband who stood behind you the whole way. That was always a topic of discussion. We talked about mama show is how in the hell did they stay well she. La she's held blackmail head..
"dea" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"To put your uniform had to wash wash your after you wash. Then you actually have to put them in the freezer. Rathman newspaper put the freezer. I learned all these ways to get rid of that that smell. But that's what i went to a couple autopsies. I learned a lesson really quick that you take rather stuff you put it below your nose and put the mask on it because he had just on that kind of stuff but you know it's horrible. There's nothing us about the the smells just one of i don't know how the forensic pathologist and the lab techs do that because they were just do that day after day but so you go so. We're mccarey cigars in a briefcase. And they'd fire up a cigar to help everybody out his body odor used to just basically wipe out. All the other smells so the west virginia shower once a week. I'm going to get a but down here. And i'm gonna meet you remember. I run the show. I control everything. So so michelle did so. That's like i. Also how long so you talked about. You talked about gate to get your way in mississippi to you. Post your hair now now. You're working the streets. How long are you work industries before you run into your year. Raison-d'etre your reason for joining. Da because i thought that was on the streets that long it seems like it was like a whole career on the streets of baltimore because there was so much going on and i had friends that became police officers in minnesota in other places i would tell them about our normal calls especially if you work like four to twelve and you're it was a weekend you know you didn't do anything but answer felony calls and there was none of this i think. Yeah he didn't do anything like that. It was it was all. Yeah you call the nine one one cetera. Say somebody took my bike. They fall off laughing very quick. I started to meet. Da people because dea agents and baltimore city task force officers worked with da which show up all the time on my post to do search warrants. You they would find out when i was working. I'd say oh. I'm on the midnight shift in so about five in the morning they would say okay. Camman out. we're going to do a raid. And i thought of calvin macfarlane who was the first person i met from. Da and how much he loved his job. And then i saw firsthand. i would be to the to the residence that would be the you uniform presence so that they knew someone wasn't breaking iran. I was in full uniform and just talking to the da guys and they would. They love their job. Heck they got to wear jeans and drive fancy cars and you know and they were always lacking up. The the drug dealers of people's slinging empoisoned on the street. I just thought that's really. That's really interesting. I i need to look into that. You know i wasn't. I wasn't on patrol very long until it clicked that okay all this crime. All these family breakup everything has to do comes back to drug abuse. And how can i make the biggest impact and it was really more. Maybe i want to investigate drug dealers in take drugs off the street. Maybe i do wanna look into da. I was kind of on the fence. Didn't know of as ready to make that move or not. You know i was just things are still pretty new to me and i was learning but it took one guy over. Take one guy to get me over. And this is classic. Because i've never heard this before. So tell me about your little encounter with the the dude who spelled you on this. I was toying with it. Sure i would say a couple of months about whether i should if if it was time for me to look into maybe go into. Da just had made my mind up. I pulled in after working shift pulled in to a gas station. I was still in full. Uniform had my personal car and filled up with gas. I had a jacket or a sweater on. But i'm filling up for gas and this guy pulls up and approaches me and he wants to sell me. We'd i am a uniform jacket on this like you got you got the gun hanging out. You got the other similar. I i you know you start looking for the cameras in my on candid camera. What and i just i was just. I couldn't believe it. Any hands me a business card and it says a friend with weed is a friend. Indeed what did he have pay pagers supposed to hold of him. So this is a business. But the phone number which i ended up turning over to the detectives that worked out in the northwest. You didn't make it. You didn't make a hand to hand by that night. I was sure that there's something wrong with this. But that guy was a real entrepreneur his own business but that was so then driving home that night. I said that. I'm gonna check this out. And i never looked back. It was the best decision ever. So how'd you do it. What was the process. You went through from there. How did you. How did you end up applying and getting accepted the guys from da. That i knew you told me. Just make a make an appointment to go down and see the guy handling recruitment and went down. Fill the paperwork out. I knew that they were always always worried about having these hiring freezes because i would hear about that and they said get your paperwork and right now. We think there's going to be a hiring freeze so that the sped me up with the paperwork and a few months later was show eighty so you only just more city scissors is when i started when i applied and then i got a call from from an agent who later i ended up working with jean crosby from minneapolis and he was doing my background. Investigation and minnesota mafia gets involved. John rushing it through because they want to get you in the academy. And i said well. When's the academy. And they he said january all. That's only few months away. So long story short i heard on in with. Da december twenty eighth nineteen eighty. The first we could januario is in the academy and that was not in washington. Dc and it was the last class that went through the da whore headquarters on fourteenth. And i yeah it was gone. Npa class seventeen and there were there. Were a handful of us that were from baltimore that were in the class. But i i hired on and the rest is history..
"dea" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"There's here's the explanation for it. Right so i mean it's i mean to your point though it's like that's a serious concern because now somebody might say. Hey you took a charge from her. You took a hit. You know you're just as bad as the people you're trying to arrest absolutely and obviously you about your cocaine usage. We're gonna move for you. Learn how to spell ba winter time. Da crossed your mind. When when did you decide you talked about this going on. When did you decide. I want to go this route. I was i was halfway was about months into this undercover unit. That i was working in and some of the guys in that unit had actually made it to the. Da before you're of a task force where there guys on your task force ready finger just opd. It was just casey. Oh and casey mo- at the time ed two different drug units they had Drug there was a little bit larger cases. And they're working with the dea and our unit was basically closing down just nuisance houses. The whole purpose was to close handwriting. Houses more street level enforcement taxable stuff. Yeah the street level. People call in tips. Like there's there's a house summer street Can you guys get it. Shut down you either. Get an informed in there or going there yourself to make a by to talk about the process of applying. So you're about four months in the house four months and then i start looking into the da because it that was something i thought about two and I found out the requirements..
Off-Duty DEA Agent Arrested on Capitol Riot Charges
"For photographs with a gun. Outside the U. S capitol during the January 6th riot. A video shows Mark Sami Ibrahim carrying a flag that bears the words Liberty or death. Conservative talk show host Larry Elder's filed a
"dea" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"What was your biggest takeaway from operation to capture a pablo. There's couple personally when. I left columbia. Da messes we transferred to new office. As the new guy. You kind of have to prove yourself after being in miami for four years and columbia for three years. I didn't feel like i needed to prove myself to anybody anymore. After that and quite honestly the job became a lot more fun. you know. it's still working my butt off. My father is still a strong work ethic in me and my wife. My wife and daughters rarely saw me because of the job but You know that was i. Guess on a personal ever. That was one of the life lessons for me. But on a different level it was an honor to have been able to to live in columbia to get to know colombians because the law abiding citizens they are some of the greatest people in the world is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. just enamored by what took place down there but to have had the opportunity to work and live with the columbia national police at to see how professional they are to see how giving they are It's an honor that I don't think i could have gotten anywhere else. And we're kind of used to in the united states because you know we. We look law enforcement law enforcement cultures family type of event for us but not so much on the international level. So that was that was one of the highlights of my entire thirty eight years as a police officer was working with columbia national police. How about you have your. What's your quick takeaway. Basically the same thing. I said he was an honor. It was a privilege to work with them. We learned a lot We know that they're one of the highest Ranked the police forces right now. They did everything to take their country. Back and Some of the greatest police officers we know are in columbia into citizens. The citizens are great. people We still have a lot of good. france We encourage tourists up to columbia right. Now it's a beautiful place. People are friendly and Like i said we were part of history that There's a lot of people with lies out there we saw it firsthand and this is one. i want. People know that we were witnessed to a to a part of history. That i wish never should have happened but he did. But that's why it's called history. You know you can't change history but we can learn from it and by the way if you're in bogota tell my friends i said hello. The guys from cia that we intruding on their dinner party. You'll hear about that. And the bonus content so hey guys. This has been great again. Checkout game crimes. Podcast dot com. Subscribe to law your friends to subscribe. We will let you know when the bonus content is available..
"dea" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"I couldn't get a hold of him current martinez now knocking on my door. Where's my tape. Who i do hear what. Honesty is the best policy. I was honest with colonel martinez owen. And i told the exact truth of what was going on. I will never forget his face. He was just like looking in disbelief. It i even told her martinez serve commu. I would kick all the green goals including us auto your basis as your base. This is your authority And he just could not believe what was going on. And so what i did. I did the next thing. I gave said martinez. Here's the frequency. So he started intercepted him. I didn't need the gringos. you couldn't get them the tape but nobody said you couldn't get the frequency frequency. I got it. So here's the frequency at. He loved it. And i'm gonna make a guess because normally when you deal with the cia. Not that i ever have. You know a and nobody ever really worked for the cia. That's just but you'd normally when you deal with folks only tell you the first name and it's never the true i named so. Was that bob. Dave bill steve. What wasn't one of those. Yeah paul oh there we go all right paul not his real name. But yeah it's either that or bob anyway. So i digress again. Let's get back. Because steve the other thing too is kind of this time was was like slow but now with the frequency. Now you start to get some information on pablo you guys actually have a chance to. You think you've identified where pablo is and there's actually a chance to do a raid on pablo and capture him and colonel. Martinez changes his strategy. He wanted ground troops. I in copter. Second tell us about this raid. That almost caught pablo well so we would fly out with the columbia national police. Don't huey helicopter gunships on raids. Almost a daily basis Sometimes we go out the ground troops. Whatever steve. I do want you to clarify something here too. Because in narcos you have never thrown anybody out of a helicopter have you. I have never thrown anybody out of a helicopter. That is absolutely correct. Just cleric just clarifying for the listeners. Out there who might have watch narcos. Okay go ahead. Nor have i seen anybody. It'd be thrown out with helicopter. So hollywood is they're pretty sick stuff. So you guys are going in on these thirty caliber. These the huey gunships with a thirty cr having to help you remember the story. Start thinking about things down there but the thing was in the mountains. You can hear huey helicopter common five minutes. Oh my god the our yeah. So when we go on these raids. Most of the time there was nobody there. I mean now that's not always true but most of the time people would run off into the mountains to the woods wherever so what..
"dea" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"I was ordered automating. And there's a famous catholic priest father garcia iras. Who got on the chopper with him. Though she caro's getting with him the chopper takes off. So basically we had lost pablo escobar had one just. It's hard to put that into words because obviously you know and some of the listeners will find out later to. I actually did work on what was later. Called plan colombia was down actually cross paths at the us embassy. We just didn't know it at that time you know and i. It's such a great country. It's such a beautiful country. I mean there's just great things. We talked about going to eat at montserrat. The a beautiful restaurant on top of the hills down there. But steve even while you're there i mean it's like you think you're going to get involved with us and it's like they pull the rug out from under you and it's not like there's other things to do right but you keep working this case because obviously the medellin cartel isn't going out of business just because havi ours in prison right well because pablo convert your prison to prison. Volume believed that came close. Yeah we are going to talk about that you treasonous bastard but well. We'll talk about what happens. Pablo's room that's for a little bit later but steve. I'm sorry so as blow in prison. But how much does it slow down the medellin cartel not an right not at all nami. Not not even an oda. It was what it did is now at one point. Pablo had i started to say. Obviously you almost at one point. Pablo had as many as five hundred sicario protecting him now in this prison. His custom-built prison. Who's protecting the governor. Columbia right i mean. This man has slashed his overhead. It was a great business booth. A did was gave him an opportunity to rebuild his his resources his distribution routes to consolidate his power to increase the distribution or manufacturing levels of cocaine that he was responsible for. This is a guy who was responsible for as much as eighty percent of the world's cocaine. i mean. think about that morgan. You know you. You're like she got some small businesses. You're running would you like to have eighty percent of the market and your business. I am skippy. Absolutely everybody would but you know escobar. And i certainly don't mean to give him any credit where credit's not do just nothing but a murderous criminal but man eighty percent in you know who is is biggest. Customers were the united states. The united states. Yeah we have. You can't have a supply without demand to go with it too. So that's exactly right and even to this day. The united states is still the largest consumer country of illegal narcotics in the world. That's not iran. Talk about the opioids and all the other stuff. The fenton all in things like that. Right but steve. Let's let's dispel quick rumor though because the india is at some point. And we're gonna we're gonna kinda shorten this up just because time but at some point the end of pablo's time at the prison is coming to a close now narcos..
"dea" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"Then there was a famous attorney later on The who was also in favor extradition pablo bar has him killed then the thing. The final that broke the camel's back was killing of presidential candidate. Luis carlos galon who was ex Who was running for. President and his main flat platform was bringing back extradition friday night. Nineteen eighty nine. Pablo escobar while gallon was campaigning and swatter. Which is right outside of boat a public escobar. Cargoes have him killed and that is the start of the war because the like set the precedent columbia next president of colombia was killed by pablo escobar because he was bringing back extradition. Well and that's that's why. I'm glad you put a good point on that too because a lot of people think it's about the drugs and then are it is but what really fueled. This was they and they were Wasn't there an organization to created. They call themselves los extraditables. The extradite dominance in this was nothing more than a group led by pablo escobar. The head enough of it used to say but if almost not in galicia calabasas thousand news translated. We prefer a tomb in colombia than a jail cell in the united states this was created by pablo escobar and pablos war. Hattie identity that he would drop this leaflets. At the car bomb sites in other words i am pablo escobar it. I am taking credit for killing as many people as i can. Man i mean just again if you ever wanna know if somebody is evil in incarnation evil is coming. I mean this guy. I just want to clarify one point. Because i got a question for you. But you're saying there were ten car bombs day going off at one point yes yes. At the high of published was terrorism. He was placed them in bogota in marine shopping centers restaurants. He placed a lot at our police base. Where we were stationed in many at the carl gain base that were headquartered when we were going after pablo escobar. He played them right outside the our gate. He'd plays a matt sporting events or just anywhere where there was a congregational people because published wanted to kill as many people as possible to make a point. Basically that columbia had to negotiate with him. So this is all going on. You're working him he he's a. He has a big target at that point and while even though that. There's a first manhunt forum where the real impact of this store begins during the second man but but for that to happen. He's got to turn himself in first and steve. I mean it's funny because you come down to columbia about three years later and you land on the ground and what happens within a week of you. Landing in columbia pablo murphy was in town. They surrendered he actually did surrender but it was just coincidence that he did surrender on thursday the the first week that i was in colombia And at that time. I didn't know that i was going to be working on the escobar case. You don't know before you get to the office. What cases you're going to be assigned to but i'm thinking. Hey that's great. You know the world's biggest cocaine manufacturer distributors in custody. But what. I saw you know from heavier and his partner at the time was a guy named gary sheridan the other agents that had been there for a while. Everybody in the embassy was disappointed..
"dea" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"They were selecting workers at that time to go to columbus at the there was a time there where i think of work was not really getting done at that time so they were infants. I mean there were changing out the a lot of the ages. they're bringing in new blood. If i can say that i was one of those in st was also when he came in anyway. So i remember my boss. Top says of your have you heard of public. I've heard of him but don't know much about him so he says well you need start learning the bottom. 'cause i'm assigning you the case of a pablo escobar in the mid cartel said. Okay yes sir. Thank you don't want to say thank you or wow series on. Netflix would becoming along with this assignment to yeah write it was. I wish i would've thought about dead at that time. And how the let's book end it for people. When did you arrive in colombia. Pike for your finally down there. When does your tour of duty starting columbia. I think i got like in january of one thousand nine hundred ninety eight a which one thousand nine hundred eighty eight if you look at the history of pablo escobar. It was at the violent at the car. Bomb time at the terroristic. That's what i was gonna say because you arrived. Just after the attorney general was kidnapped. Carla morrow hoyos he menace right right right right kidnapped and killed right before that right right. Yeah he was. He was so You know in my When i when i get there i experienced the like said the the the merging of the sicario s- which are escobar's assassins You know i see the young girl. The commercial airline. That was bombed. I see the the person who is running for president columbia. Louis cardinals galon who was going to be the president. I see him getting killed by pablo escobar. I see the bombing of the famous dos building. The local fbi office. So i get to see the Like i said the atrocities of pablo escobar's seed carlos i learned who pablo escobar was and It it you know. I always tell people it. It wasn't your ordinary drug trafficker. This guy had implemented terrorism in his drug trafficking and Public wash famous for his model. Which said you plot or pomo you wanna bullet or you want some money. So that was quickly came into emergence of who pablo and jp real quick to one of the reasons that fueled this and drove. This was the extradition treaty right. A lot of this might not have happened except columbia had put in the extradition treaty which these guys hated the last place. Any of these guys wanted to go back to the united states right. Yes mortgage now. I'm glad you brought that up. In the crux the whole fight of pablo. Escobar against the world was over extradition. He denied one get extradited to the united states. At this time it was unconstitutional in columbia for colombians to be extradited how wherever because a public bar n because of the violence in you know i. I forgot to mention the famous car bombs that we pablo. Escobar was placing by ten on a daily basis. The assassinations kidnappings of of Press people of important politicians so people were getting tired of the violence death pablo escobar had created while the the sassy nations the killings so there was a movement in columbia to judicial is extradition. Words vote in the constitution. Four it bring it back in. I remember the first editor Newspaper editor gear. Mcconnell rights are not bad p saying trouble colombians. We need to bring back expedition. What happens escobar kills the editor and bombs the newspaper building. I mean just for writing an article..
Red State Reports About Chinese Defector With 'Direct Knowledge' of Chinese Special Weapons Programs
"This guy supposedly has a bunch of information about how U. S. Government officials may have been involved in this cover up. Sounds Moya interesante to me. I know my Spanish is terrible. I'm sorry. My wife is a native speaker of Spanish. I've learned from her, but my Spanish is awful. I'm still translating in my head, but I'm working through it. Let's get the chunk here. Number one. Who is this guy? Why is China so mad that we have done Beijing way? That's the name of the spy. Yeah, This is from Red State. Red State sources confirmed that the defector is in fact, Don Jingwei. That he was in charge of counterintelligence efforts in China. He flew to the United States in mid February, allegedly to visit his daughter at a university in California. When Don Jingwei landed in California, he contacted DEA officials, Our D ir Defense Intelligence agency. And told them about his plans to defect and the information he brought with him. Young men hidden in plain sight for about two weeks before disappearing into d ia custody. My guess you won't see Don Jingwei again. This is in fact, correct than a high level counterintelligence operative from China. The highest level or one of the highest levels of that infrastructure. There has in fact affected to the United States. My guess is he is in grave danger. The Chinese Communist Party plays for keeps. We don't like them. I'll never like them, but you better respect their abilities. Because they are
Robertino Diodoro Celebrates Seventh Place Finish at Kentucky Derby
"Tino dea. Doro is a few. Wins behind. Bob baffert at this point but he may catch him eventually because he's one heck of a horse trainer and he had a chance to experience the kentucky derby for the first time last saturday with. Keep me in mind who i told you earlier ran a really good race. Robert tinos with me now here on h. r. r. n. robert tino. Good morning my friend. Welcome they're not good morning. Thanks for having me. Yeah yeah thanks for being here Tell me about the kentucky derby. What was the experience like it. Was you know settling Never forget and Already itching to get back Hopefully one day soon Now it was a lot of fun. Was it everything you dreamed. It might be Definitely end more. It was It was quite the rush Just leading up to it. And then of course the walkover Was nice to see fans back and Definitely the buzz In the tunnel while the horses were walking out on post buried. I have talked to so many trainers in. So many owners over the years about that walkover and everybody kind of says the same thing they say. It's one of the most incredible walks in all the sports and all those types of things. But what what's it really like. Robert tino for somebody like myself has never done it. How do you describe it who've and it's tough it's like i said it's definitely a buzz and i think by Hair on my arms standing up to be honest. It was a rush. I mean it was Definitely a while.
Is a New DSLR Totally Out of the Question? (Pentax K-3 III)
"I must admit. I'm a bit fascinated by this camera. I'm talking about the pentax. K three mark three and first of all i'm fascinated because it's a dsl are. They have been working on this for a while now I believe the release has been delayed at least six months and here we are in twenty twenty one almost the middle of twenty twenty one with announcements from cannon about their high profile. Mirrorless nikon's hanging on sony is just Released another batch of a great cameras this year and pentax comes out with a dsl. Are really fascinating. So i'm looking at this thing and f i. I'm a bit skeptical and tech shooter right. I have a pentax. Kp which was. I think they're last cropped sensor camera a pse in a love that camera. i mean. I absolutely love that camera. Love the way it renders images the lenses. I have four terrific. I mean it's compact is just a great camera and i use it For my professional work quite a bit especially for my work Out in the field they do coverage for the jc for public relations. Things like that. It's just a terrific cameras pop up flash all that good stuff. So it's not like. I'm not familiar with pentax dea solarz or pentax film cameras or any of the came out lenses going all the way back to the nineteen eighties. I'm well aware of pentax and yet I'm looking at this camera the k. Three mark three and going. Wow that really takes guts really takes guts.
Late Rapper DMX Honored in Memorial
"And family pay their final respects to rapper DMX, a memorial service held Sunday for close family and friends of DEA. Max. It followed a closed funeral service Saturday for the rapper Real name Earl Simmons, who died earlier this month after spending about a week on life support. DMX is influence and impact resonated in the streets of New York. Throughout the weekend, DEA Max, who was 50 leaves behind a fiance and 15 Children. Matt Piper. CBS NEWS New YORK fashion designer Alber Alba's has died. He was a
2 passengers sue United Airlines over engine explosion
"Two passengers on that United plane that rained debris on Broomfield are now suing the airline. The passengers were on United flight 3 28, February 20th when one of the plane engines exploded shortly after takeoff from DEA. The passengers say they were traumatized in the 24 minutes between the explosion and the plane landing back India they're suing for at least $50,000 in damages for significant trauma and distress. Passengers live in Hawaii and aviation attorney in Chicago filed the
2 Passengers Sue United Airlines Over Engine Explosion
"On Broome filled are now suing the airline. The passengers were on United flight 3 28, February 20th when one of the plane engines exploded shortly after takeoff from DEA. The passengers say they were traumatized in the 24 minutes between the explosion and the plane landing back a DEA they're suing for at least $50,000 in damages for significant trauma and distress. Passengers live in Hawaii and aviation attorney in Chicago filed the lawsuits. Laura Hatch K away news radio, Let's get back to traffic
Pakistan Prime Minister Khan tests positive for coronavirus
"Prime minister has tested positive for the coronavirus. A senior health adviser says he saw self isolating at home. NPR's DEA, Hadid has more from Islamabad. Sighting of us from the Muslim holy book, the Koran. And when I'm ill, it is he who cures me, the prime minister's office announced. Imran Khan, who was 68 years old, tested positive for covert 19. It came just two days after the prime minister received his first dose of the covert 19 vaccine. Likely the Chinese sign of farm using the Hashtag vaccines work. Pakistan's Ministry of National Health Services. Quickly tweeted out that with only two days after the first dose, it was too soon for the vaccine to be effective. That would take about two weeks. Hours before the announcement, authorities had shut down restaurants across the Pakistani capital as the contagious UK variant of the virus continues to spread.
Pakistan Prime Minister Khan tests positive for coronavirus
"Pakistani prime minister has tested positive for Coben 19, NPR's DEA. Indeed reports from Islamabad sighting of us from the Muslim holy Book, the Koran. And when I'm ill, it is he who cures me, the prime minister's Office announced. Imran Khan, who was 68 years old, tested positive for covert 19. It came just two days after the prime minister received his first dose of the covert 19 vaccine likely the Chinese sign of farm using the HASHTAG vaccines work. Pakistan's Ministry of National Health Services quickly tweeted out that with only two days after the first dose, it was too soon for the vaccine to be effective. That would take about two weeks. Hours before the announcement, authorities had shut down restaurants across the Pakistani capital. Has a contagious UK variant of the virus continues to spread, Do you indeed NPR NEWS
1 dead, 11 injured in shootings in just over 12 hours in Atlanta
"In his many hours in Atlanta, one man's dead and what appears to be an argument over a car. Moreland and Memorial Drive an off duty state trooper, critically wounds a knife wielding man in a BP on boulevard near I 20 a PDS also dispatched to two different shootings in nightclubs. The mayor, DEA and acting police chief pledged to bring down violent crime in the city, former Georgian who allegedly
Seattle still reeling from year of violent protests
"Seattle In the last year, we watched us some peaceful demonstrations evolved into riots, Destruction and violence. Doubles Jonathan Show looking at where protests go from here. Day after day night after night weeks, turning into months of protests, and then we've seen various leaders come and go, including City Council member Shama so want directing hundreds of people into city Hall. This moment, rallying cries are constantly changing. Moment. It's black lives matter and calls for homeless reform. Then it's to fund the police and raise the minimum wage, public parks and city blocks occupied and overrun the homes of elected officials like the mayor and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. All targets. Various groups continue to peacefully march while a mob dressed in black now remains a constant threat. Representing a violent and volatile mix of activism nearly one year after George Floyd's death sparked social justice demonstrations and emboldened others to mobilize Seattle is exhausted and wounded. Many city leaders remain silent and on the sidelines from the business community to neighbors living in hot zones like Capitol Hill. We absolutely not taking it anymore. Victoria Beach says She's trying to create a united front in her neighborhood. But the chair of the Seattle Police Department's African American Community Advisory Council is struggling to find others. Willing to courageously stand by her side. We have the power to stop it. So why aren't we coming together? We need every public official in Seattle to draw a really clear bright line and condemn. Violent acts. John Schools, the CEO and president of the downtown Seattle Association, he says it's hard enough for business is recovering from covert 19 profit losses. But when violent protesters continue to target the downtown core, that is gonna hold back recovery. It's time to stop any. If not, you're gonna go to jail and we will prosecute you. During last month's press conference, in from Seattle police chief Adrian de has once again made a clear distinction between peaceful marches. The ones led by groups dressed in black. They've tied up. A lot of our resource is DEA says Officers will continue to monitor evolving demonstrations adapt and be prepared for all scenarios. So we do have sufficient amount of officers even personally, asked the attorney, Pete Holmes, to get tougher and more consistent. With protests related prosecutions. The police are doing what they can what they're told to do with the courts or are telling them to do, which means no more tear gas for crowd control. But law enforcement consultant Jim Feudal believes the city will remain in a vicious cycle. Until these people are prosecuted and held accountable. I don't see anything changing after all the social unrest and ongoing protests Address. Your success remains undefined in elusive. One thing is clear. It's difficult to predict the future of demonstrations in Seattle, but history has a tendency to repeat itself. Seattle, Jonathan Show. Comeau News update Now to breaking news. We first brought you last
Islanders 4, Bruins 2: New York remains only team to beat Boston in regulation
"The Bruins 10 Game point streak is over. Following a four to loss to the Islanders. Matt Bahr's L broke a 22 dead like 5.5 minutes into the third period, extending his point streak to eight games. JG Pageau padded the lead with the second goal of the night. A shorthanded tally with 5 28 left. My linemates tonight really played the Good game. He made a DEA easy for me. Jordan Neighborly also had a goal and an assist and set me on Varlamov stopped. 28 chats is the aisles approved to 303 in their last six Brad Marchand and Patrice Bears around scored for the Bruins, who entered a five game winning streak and fell to 91 and one in their last 11.
Stocks jump as GameStop craters
"News about your money was Sully brought to you by bay Alarm, Putting the pro in protection hater selling God, Ted stocks poised to extend gains Yeah, I was gonna say guys, but with eyes on vacation, and that's good. We're extending gains for the second day of trading. So 100% of the days in February now have positive days. Uh, for first talks. Investors are encouraged by the news and the pace of the vaccines in the U. S. The prospect of more fiscal aid from Congress, we gotta decline in the frenzy. Of Reddit Gamestop am seeing such and also a big Slater earnings reports in focus. We saw good earnings from Fizer and Exxon Mobil before the bell. Today, we're gonna see some mega cap stocks like Amazon and Google parent company Alphabet Reporting after the close, it's a big day for earnings with the latest Q four numbers from alphabet in Amazon. After the close, all 30 stocks in the Dow are up led by Chevron and UnitedHealthcare, and we're having a smoking day on the Tao up 575 points. That's 2%. That's on the Dow boy. I sure hope you guys on the exchange traded fund DEA or what they call the diamond. That's a basket of Dow stocks. That trades is one exchange traded funds, so it's actually really cool. I don't own it, but I wish I had Dow Jones up 576 30,078. There's S and P up. 62. That's 1.6% at 38 36. NASDAQ Up 1.5% another Great day on NASDAQ. On 87 there and 13 5 91 on I'll tell you what gold sinking badly today down almost 1.5% dropping 24 bucks announced down to 18 39, so fingers crossed it does come out of these traders are gonna come out. Okay, coming up
Vague location hampered 911 dispatch in Capital Crescent Trail fatality, Washington DC
"In the news again. This time it surrounds a vague location that slowed down and emergency response to the capital Crescent Trail. It took more than 30 minutes for the first responders. Find the victim. The call to the 911 Center on January, 19th was for an emergency on the capital Crescent Trail Cardiac arrest have the crescent trail and now wrote no flesh. Across from Canal role in my golf bag full of all what? Canal Road in MacArthur Boulevard never intersect there. Parallel safety advocate Dave stat. Er says D C. 911 should have known that they didn't say to d. C fire DEA mess. We're still trying to get more information for you because we know there's not enough help in the information we've provided so far, Source tells w. T o p. The caller reported. The older victim wasn't on the trail, but in a campsite far off it and it probably Died overnight. The Lord can
Russian police detain thousands at pro-Navalny protests
"Clashes between protesters and police and Russia this weekend have resulted in more than 2500 arrests and more than 100 cities. Here. CBS is Adriana DEA. Thousands took to the streets in cities across Russia Protest ng, the jailing of opposition leader of that Alexey Navalny in the city of Tom's Protesters chanted Freedom! And Putin is a thief. Thousands were arrested across the country, including the vault his wife in Moscow. The State Department is condemning the arrests and tactics used against the demonstrators. The EU says it will talk about taking action tomorrow.
Amid muted response from Seattle City Hall, more weekend protests possible
"Protests were held in downtown Seattle today. Only a couple dozen people showed up. Things remain peaceful. But if that ever changes, police chief Adrian DEA says. This time, it'll be different. We looked at up into early December we made close to 600 arrests. And write different demonstrations, and many of the misdemeanors hadn't been prosecuted. But you know now we have the city attorney's office is willing to work with us. Lack of prosecution from the Office of City Attorney Pete Holmes has been one of the main criticisms of how Seattle has handled the protests.
Long lines during COVID-19 vaccine rollout
"At this. This new drone video shows long lines in a new vaccination drive. Thru cited swim. Pushed of accident is ramping up in Washington, and we've now learned the federal reserves are empty Comes Patrick Quinn live tonight with what this means for our ST Patrick. Preston and we took talked with deal which officials tonight they actually learned from media reports that the federal reserves are empty. And what that means is Washington and really every state. They were banking on getting more vaccine in the coming weeks. However, tonight it looks like that's not gonna happen. Thousands backed up in a new drive thru citing squint to get their arms on the vaccine. The demand is evident, but the feds stockpile is empty. It's disappointing because we I thought we're going to get this. This new influx of vaccine coming in. It does not look like that is what will be happening. Lauren jinx with the Department of Health said. Operation Warp Speed verified Washington will still get the same amount of doses as in recent weeks, just gnome or To reach her immunity. The state needs more King County health officer Dr Jeff Duchin. It's incredibly frustrating. I mean, we need doses here to vaccinate, eligible and at risk People King and Pierce County or hoping to open mass vaccination sites in the coming weeks. Snohomish County just opened three drive through sites, but a spokesperson told me quote The county will likely run out of doses before the end of next week, unless significant increases in vaccine distribution to Washington and Snohomish County happened, Jenks with DEA Wait said Despite the state not guaranteed additional doses in the coming days, Washington will still move to phase one B one, allowing those 70 and older and in multigenerational families. To get vaccinated. But statewide, health officials say it's unclear just how delayed distribution will be by not being truthful or transparent about how much vaccine is available is eyes just a heartbreaking turn today. And you saw that crazy drone video with all those cars and line shot by shot by James Castel. I'm told right now as we speak, there are people waiting in line in swim to get vaccinated tomorrow. I'm told right now through next week, they have enough doses, but after that, they really just
2 Seattle officers on leave after reports they were in Washington DC during US Capitol riots Wednesday
"Officers who were in Washington D. C when rioters stormed the U. S. Capitol did anything illegal com O Seu Romero as more if Adrian DEA says he put the officers on leave Friday night after another employee showed him a social media picture of the officers, But DS wants to clarify it was not a parent. Exactly where the photo was taken. Or if those in the photo took any apart any part in attacking the U. S Capitol. He says his actions to place them on leave were a precaution and that the Office of Police Accountability will determine whether the officers violated any police department policies. But if any SPD employees participated directly and assaulting the U. S Capitol Will terminate them. DEA says he does support lawful expressions of freedom of speech, such as officers attending demonstrations on their own time soon. Romero camo news state lawmakers have
"dea" Discussed on Plan B Success
"With respect and kindness. Expect the same in redone. Take the time to know your people for who they truly are. What are their likes and dislikes. What are the passions and dreams for themselves and those dea to them. How can you help them reach their personal and professional goals. These are the things that make the difference in having an average team member worse as a highly productive one who's not just productive but also highly motivated and looks forward to be their best. Learn to listen. Peo- people hearing is very different from listening when you listen actively you'll catch what's left unsaid. Be a leader that allows for one or ability to be shown and is willing to work with the team members to forty five. The weak areas emphasized the relationships. You cherish with each other or everything else. The rest will fall in place as leader. Your job is to serve others and remove obstacles in their path faction hence act for others and in context of their goals and emotions yours will be automatically fulfilled. There was a time when emotions had no place in business and were seen as a show of weakness. Those days are long gone. And today your emotions are seen as a mark of health respect and willingness to go the extra mile to achieve what you seek with the changes we see in the workplace. The inclusion of new generations and diversity being more prevalent. There's a need for equality of opportunities for the zooming. Values are the most important in this sphere and that is where we are headed as one social organization. We all know that. No two people are the same and yet they can do the same job ask proficiently as each other and that proficiency doesn't just come from intellect but the ability to embrace values emotional intelligence at the same time is not just about understanding others and their emotions and values but also about self awareness and self regulation before you set out to manage relationships and exhibit empathy healthier outlook ensures better decision making planning and relationship building ensuring better execution and outcomes emotionally intelligence ensures you do not look at your people as just workers but as humans with their own set of values aspirations and motivations you understand them as wholesome persons who you can now relate to and work with her wholesome accomplishment on their part any good leader should understand that the underlying business execution can be black or white. It's the people factor and the intertwining relationships that are great and need to be mastered and venue master that. There's no storm left unturned in your path of success. Once you understand how other people thinking relate you can see what makes them tick worsest how you differ from them and you can think of ways to work together to reach common goals lead us can also set examples by being the ones who revealed their true selves in all settings. Show the troopers in you are and let others accessible and their ability to work with you as well. This is what instils trust and ensures a culture of willingness and support as a leader who exhibits their wallner abilities. That true self you can ensure the best climate possible for your organization and people we maybe it will. That's getting to be more connected and driven with technology yet. It's built to serve us and one thing that is far from being digitized. Is the human element amongst us. That is the best aspect of each one of us. cherish it and safeguarded fiercely..
"dea" Discussed on KTOK
"Pretty cool. And I'm like, what, what, what, what, what's cool? And he said this first time we've ever had a human in this. Hospital. He said what and he said. Yeah usually dolphins. Usually. Are you qualified to tell me what should be in her? Head of. Dolphin brains and human brains. I don't think are alike. Are they? So she the doctor kept saying it's okay. You can tell me you guys are doing drugs and we're not doing drugs, and he's like, okay. All right. It's not drawn, I got DEA. How boring we are not doing. He's like, have you had any Japanese blowfish. And I'm like, no, that's even even less ridiculous than us doing drugs. We fish we would tell you. So it turns out that I had had seasick, you know, that the seasick patches, and if you even just touched them, and you're sensitive to it can change the dilation of your eyes. So it turns out we were doing drugs. We're doing drugs any of the fun. Right. Just cutting out the vomiting, which was there any point while you're at the veterinarian that something's slipped out of you. Nothing slipped up. Did you hear about the stupid criminal earlier? I heard a portion of it. Yeah. Yeah. Drug, slipping time to hear slipping out of his..
"dea" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Allows me really digest, and and and take a par problems as much more manageable since they you know, there's no way they can be as bad as it was. That's what's up you've earned it. And for for all of us that we go through hard times either. They create some sort of chasm in our life words like we can't ever get out of that hole. Feels like or crawl out of that hole. And we're like, okay. Well, that's a good reference point. Right. Yeah. It's like the and then the new situation the chasm that we're about to slide into it's like, wait a minute. I can see the bottom. It's not that bad can get out of this. Yeah. So it sounds like you've used that as a growth platform, I haven't and it prevents me from catastrophe living. I think that's the right word. You know situations that I get into. And and you know, allows me to really plumbed the depths of what I'm facing and realize that things aren't as bad as I make up yet. So that is the right word catastrophes. Just as quick calibration definition means that we think about the worst outcomes all time. So catastrophes is like you see your you come into your home in the doors unlocked. And then all of a sudden you're like, oh my God. There's been a robber. It's like no way on. Actually, I forgot to lock the DEA. You know, the the doors to fast, so like catastrophes making the worst scenario in your mind or or out loud. So you don't catastrophes much. No. I don't. Yeah. What a gift. Okay. Oh my God. So I mean, like when you're telling reliving the story with what is it like because I just checked in with myself in like, my breathing up. My chest a little bit on gripping the the microphone holding a little bit tighter. And I can feel like. Yeah. What's happening for you? I I've got all those emotions. My my skin is crawling my hair standing up. I I'm choked up..
"dea" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs
"So through listening to one of your previous podcasts, and you know, it it was one of the things that really checked all the boxes with the enjoyed the experience with affiliating with elite is, you know, every dentist wants when they're when they're ready to retire or the ready to sell their practice they want, and they expect that their their patients are going to be taken care of by the next person that's treating them. Well, in my case, it was gonna be me gonna be the next person that owned the practice would be leap, but I would be the provider of care for the patient. So I I wasn't really that concerned that the patients weren't gonna continue to get. You know, excellent care, but I also had some considerations for my employees that I that. I have I wanted to make sure that that they were taking care of. I know that some DSO's they go in they change a lot of a lot of things sometimes the name of the practice. Sometimes the the atmosphere of the practice, and it was important to me to find find a DEA. So that I could trust to take care of my employees, but also not necessarily changed the name and the logo and all the things I was looking for more of a DEA. So that will take care of the like the HR department of running a dental practice and the bills that have to be paid for the dental practice and the payroll that needs to be done on on sometimes twenty times. A year. Anyway. And on top of it. You know, you have to have you have to have your your pulse or your finger on the pulse. Where you know, you gotta know how things are going with your other employees. There are other. You know, there are things that kinda distract you from being able to concentrate on patient care..
"dea" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"Of hot point and a few miles from my house she said there was all of a sudden a dea running alongside her car and he might remember this briefly for marks previous book he had a very small version of the story but she says she's driving in this is huge bok with peak atlas galloping alongside her car now she's going fifty five miles per hour she's going the speed limit of that rose what's that afflict eighty kasen out of areas yeah and this book is keeping up not only is it keeping up effortlessly it's turning its head and looking at her with these big black eyes while she's in the driver's seat she said the whole time i was driving its eyes will walked onto mine we would just staring at each other the trying to impart something put her in a hip nikolic state will she slows down she speights up she wants to see what it can do kanikei pop and no matter what she did it was always right next to the car you finally about a mile from her home she comes to a complete stop she's have had enough of it she slammed on the brakes and the dea stops to and continues to stare at her through the window she said i felt like i be thirty forty seconds that we will locking eyes she said suddenly then it brokaw contacted jumped over ditch and disappeared into the woods now is obvious to alunan carson mike says that something wasn't right about this is obviously it's insane adi's locking eyes with you as it's running with your car but khasan us peggy that you remember win this happened and she said yeah it was the night of.