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Fresh update on "dea" discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

00:42 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dea" discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"They I'm sorry that the ramseys murdered their daughter and covered up the crime the police. He added have been supported throughout by the FBI and the CBI these guys tell the cops. They have never seen anything like this. He says before reciting a Litany of unprecedented actions by the DEA murder suspects which are routinely requested to submit to a polygraph test. But when a active told Hoss run to ask to Ramsey's for one, he snapped no way they would only refuse it. May ha storms assistant trip to Muth sat down with Ramsey's attorney Brian Morgan to formulate the the first of a series of reward ads which ran into Boulder paper on June 1st later the da responding to a barrage of criticism admitted his office's involvement in the ad. By April the police have decided that they could do no longer share and all that information with the DEA and that they would keep their most damning evidence to themselves in June. A war room compact was allegedly broken into two weeks later his statement from the CBI reported that there had been a glitch in the system never the last says the confidential Source three experts pulled off actives definitively that the computer was hacked since then the police have considered asking the governor to bring in a special prosecutor or simply arresting the ramseys themselves off the affidavits for the rest have been ready to serve since May said the source, perhaps were seeing the possibility of a police Mutiny Hunter told me in June the police could go to a judge without coming to see me and submit an affidavit for an arrest warrant. They could do that. But the DEA would then say that's great, but I'm not bringing the charges. So as I was leaving Hunter mused aloud if we took I'll are we don't file these people are doomed they have been tried and convicted in the court of public opinion already every week the tabloids in every supermarket in America scream verdict on the ramseys with headlines that read daddy. Did it been a autopsy Mom and Dad guilty handwriting evidence fingers Patsy mom wrote Ransom note Jamba Juice grape shocker. Dad link to kiddie porn Scandal. Jonbenet's mom knows to kill her hubby. All right guys, we're going to break their for today..

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OxyContin maker to plead guilty to 3 criminal charges

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 2 d ago

OxyContin maker to plead guilty to 3 criminal charges

"Maker Purdue Pharma will plead guilty to three federal criminal charges as part of an $8 billion settlement with the Department of Justice or do marketed and sold. Addictive and dangerous opioids, including Oxy cotton healthcare providers that it had good reason to believe we're diverting them, and it made misrepresentations to the DEA. About the effectiveness of its program to detect and prevent such diversion. First assistant U. S Attorney in New Jersey, Rachel Hoenig says the company will plead guilty to conspiracy to defraud the United States. And violating federal anti kickback laws. The resolution will be detailed in a bankruptcy court filing. The deal does not release any of the company's executives or owners. Members of the Sackler family from criminal liability and a criminal investigation is ongoing. So our investigations by a number of states, including New York

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Fresh update on "dea" discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

01:56 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dea" discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"You'll find the link in the show notes. There's over 800,000 children that go missing in the us alone each year and a lot of these cannot just be prevented but be solved by using an app such as long the owl once was lost a pin the Simplicity of its design. We also encourage you to please go to our patreon page and pledge to help our efforts. Please go to patreon.com that's patreon was lost. That's o s t and just pledged $3 a month in helping us to maintain the app keep the podcast running. There are some higher tiers that have some merch included as well if you'd like if there is a missing-person uploaded to the phone app, we have a real shot at finding the individual within that first crucial hour. So let's go ahead and get a job. Restarted again. So we were just getting to Henley the DEA in the cage and we'll just remind you that the last part that we had left off. That was however, once one Insider said that Hunter the DA for a reminder for you guys off twice removed from the case and Hunter admits that he depends on Peter halstrom for his information. He's the one that keeps keeping me advised. He's what I consider to be the the guide which some say is the problem. The Burly hoffstrom is an old friend of several of Ramses lawyers and often socializes with had his partner Brian Morgan confronted by police officials about such as seemingly impropriety hoffstrom reported fumed. I'm not stopping my breakfast with Brian. I've known him for twenty years Patrick Burke one of wage. That's these lawyers has also been sighted says an investigator standing at the door of the off-limits War Room chatting with Hofstra Mane to Muth and when investigators finally cracked the Ramsey team and to having its clients provide handwriting samples. It was done not at the police station, but it ha streams house as if it were a goddamn afternoon tea persisting hot stream is retired detective Lou Smith described a hunter as an ace or a fox but his critics in the police department as more of a delusional old man how they see him Schmitt quickly came to believe that the ramseys were good Christians and capable of committing such a crime both the DEA and police sources say that it was hoffstrom who argued to provide the ramseys with copies of their original statements and police reports if they would sit down just talk with the police these actions promote prompted a firestorm of criticism off. From legal experts the District Attorney's Office the Ramsey legal team and the Boulder.

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Purdue Pharma Pleads Guilty to Criminal Charges for Opioid Sales

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:25 sec | 2 d ago

Purdue Pharma Pleads Guilty to Criminal Charges for Opioid Sales

"Announced the company that makes the painkiller OxyContin. Purdue Pharma will face federal criminal charges. First Assistant U. S. Attorney Rachel Hoenig describes part of the complaint. Purdue passed off these sales to the DEA as legitimate enabling producer to obtain a higher quota from the DEA for the amount of its medications it was legally permitted. The market and so CBS News Brief on Wendy Gillette. W T.

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Fresh "DEA" from Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:31 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh "DEA" from Sean Hannity

"To Fox News. Here's the Bryant heating and cooling forecast from the Fox six weather experts. These guys, you wait a little bit of clearing tonight, with temperatures falling down to the upper twenties and low thirties. We start Saturday with a little bit of clouds by the afternoon. Some sunshine with temperatures in the low forties Priest of chances return on Sunday with snow and rain in the forecast on Fox six meteorologist Age A waterman. This report is sponsored by DEA Take Back Day October 24th DEA take back dot com High and Miss America 2020 Camille Schreier and I'm asking you to join me in support of the DEA Take back day.

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Why are so many Seattle Police Department officers leaving the city?

News, Traffic and Weather

03:49 min | 3 d ago

Why are so many Seattle Police Department officers leaving the city?

"Seattle Police chief Adrian DEA says two people have been arrested for attacking officers and setting fires at riots. First Jacob Greenberg, the essence. Greenberg is the guy I seen in a video, swinging hard with a metal baseball bat and hitting an officer on his helmet, according to charging documents after the real attack, the national from Kirkland Express remorse. Not for potentially fatally assaulting itself. For the fact that the officer was wearing a helmet that most likely saved his life, Diaz says. Greenberg later contacted Danielle McMillan. Greenberg also texted a friend that he would like to And I quote slit every SPD throat, Diaz says. Both McMillan and Greenberg then threw firebombs at the Seattle police, East Precinct and Police Officers Guild headquarters is clear from their actions that they're not here. They're not peacefully protesting anything. You are purposely and methodically planning attacks on police officers and our facilities. Greenberg is charged with first degree assault, first degree attempted arson and first degree reckless burning. McMillan faces first degree attempted arson charges. Chief Diaz says he supports the right of people to peacefully protest. But this just regard for people's lives and safety by throwing flaming objects into a business. This can't be our new normal. Business is small and large or struggling during this pandemic and is completely unacceptable that this is an ongoing violence is on ly com pounding their challenges, and he says it's an important distinction because arming yourself In this case, a baseball bat. Winding up, taking a swing and landing a direct hit to the head to the head of anyone, including a Seattle police officer is a brutal crime. Potential fatal crime. This is not a peaceful protests. This's not civil disobedience. This is illegal and this is violence. You will be arrested. This comes as protesters demand big cuts to Seattle police D. As acknowledges. Dozens of officers have left the department for us is really about showing all of the work that's having There is a requirement or need for a police officer. Every day day in and day out. We recovered 2400 shell casings this year over 820 guns were on pace to actually go out and probably recover over 1000 guns this year forth out of the last 11 years we are shootings have are at the highest level of the last 11 years. We've had, you know, a significant increase in homicides. And and so we have to realize that this there are some huge safety issues when it comes to violent crime in this city, and we need officers to be able to respond. And I need to keep the department asshole as I can. I need to make sure that I have officers to be able to respond to all those calls for service. And you know, there are things that I would love for. You know, maybe Social Services T take off her plate. But the reality is is Thursday was a great example of the officer involved shooting where you had somebody that had clearly mental health issues. But social services not gonna end up addressing somebody with a flaming torch, you know, running and throwing in an officer in their car. And so the reality is, we do need our officers. We need to have some level of safety and that is, I think the discussion that happens every single day in this city that people were starting to realize we do need officers. We want to make sure they're well trained. They're holding held accountable for their actions when they've done wrong, and you know that's as a chief. That's what I'm doing soon. The City Council begins its deliberations on the police department's budget for 2021. Its members have said they're seeking to reduce funding to police in order to support a reimagining of the forests that would allow for a rethink of law enforcement in Seattle.

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Fresh update on "dea" discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

01:25 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dea" discussed on Ridiculous History

"To 400 murders in a year in the early 19 eighties. Not that Miami or South Florida was a sleepy community. But it wasn't expecting this bombardment. I would call it of criminality. DEA agents will have to go beyond the call of duty to bring her to justice. We would just find the bodies shot in cars or in their homes, a restaurants or wherever it was, she really begins to emerge as this female Al Capone. These guys are the real deal. And this Israel narcos. My name is John Cuban. In this episode of real narcos. We follow the remarkable rise to power of one of history's most infamous drug lords, Griselda Blanco. Straight from the horse's mouth. This is the story of what actually happened, according to the people who were there on the ground at the time. Hunting down the woman who became known as A black widow. I joined the police department in May of 1980. These drug murders were happening daily, and the new homicides that we're coming in were overwhelmingly Hispanic, either Colombian or Cuban, so I was fortunate. I spoke Spanish and I was in Assam homicide detective within 10 months of graduating the police academy. It was a rude awakening. July 11th 1979 2 25. A white Ford Econoline delivery van grows through the parking lot of the day Land shopping mall in Florida. The driver slowly crawls.

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New York City Schools Still Missing 77,000 Devices That Students Need For Learning

WCBS Programming

00:56 sec | 5 d ago

New York City Schools Still Missing 77,000 Devices That Students Need For Learning

"The The New New York York City City Department Department of of Education Education has has revealed revealed that that 77,000 77,000 students students still still lack lack learning learning devices devices such such as as tablets tablets and and computers. computers. And thousands more still struggling to fully participate in remote learning do too connected connectivity issues. Brooklyn borough president joining other leaders, educators, parents and students today to demand action and accountability and telling WCBS today we're calling on the DEA deal. We too clearly. Give daily communications to every student's family who's waiting for devices, including up today tracking on device deliveries. That was Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adam's New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Karenzi appeared before the City Council committee on Friday to answer questions about the racial disparities regarding remote learning. And he said the city is working to get every student a device to be connected.

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Fresh "DEA" from John and Ken

John and Ken

01:04 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh "DEA" from John and Ken

"Their only offer ends. 10 31 while supplies last seesaw for details Staples. In the Southern California Toyota dealers Traffic Center. We make it easy. It's low on the five in Burbank, South bound delays away from all of taking you all the way to the 605 and quickly in downtown L. A surface street closures due to police activity is Main Street between 12 and Olympic. Stay clear of that. Let's check out the drive with Mike O'Brien KF Eye in the sky. Sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com He's got Bria Yeah, it looks like a tight squeeze for the Ori Freeway. 57 north downloading of an imperial highway That's gonna be tough through the brave pass up to the certain merge with the 60. Now the 60 tied up now from before the 7 10. Well out to Rosemead Boulevard. We do get a few good miles there and back on the big city of industry into the 57 perfect that stretches heavy, almost all the way to the 15 15 north out that is just brutal today that floating above the 60 and that is heavy, almost all the way to the won 38 injured in an accident. There's a superwoman super lawyer dot com like O'Brien K a pie in the sky. Except it is sponsored by DEA. Take back Day October 24th DEA take back dot com KF eye in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Angel Martinez. Hi. And Miss America 2020 Camille Schreier. And I'm asking you to join me in support of the DEA take back day on Saturday, October 24th keep them safe..

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Arrest of former Mexican defense minister shakes military

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:36 sec | Last week

Arrest of former Mexican defense minister shakes military

"Salvator. Cienfuegos was once Mexico's former defense minister. Now he's under arrest in the U. S. On drug trafficking charges. CBS's Adrian Bard News of the arrest of the Mexican general who served as secretary of defense is sending shockwaves here in Mexico. The current military is filled with high ranking officers handpicked by General Salvador Cienfuegos arrested in L. A X in a DEA operation. The general is 72 so we may see a plea bargain. But here in Mexico, people are also want To know just how high up this goes and whether Mexico's former president will also be implicated

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Arrest of former Mexican defense minister shakes military

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | Last week

Arrest of former Mexican defense minister shakes military

"Former defense minister, is under arrest in Los Angeles, apparently on drug charges is it is a major arrest for a high ranking. Former official U. S. Government official confirms the arrest ABC News on the Mexican side of the border. Mexico's current foreign minister, confirms of the arrest happened at the airport here in L. A. And the news was delivered to the Mexican government by the U. S. Ambassador. Mexican news reports say. General Salvador Cienfuegos soup ADA was wanted by the DEA and the U. S. The DEA is refusing to officially confirmed the arrest.

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Largest meth bust in DEA history made in California

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:47 sec | Last week

Largest meth bust in DEA history made in California

"Meth bust in California, one of Theo time May support of entry had the DEA calling out to major Mexican drug cartels. The D A says £2200 of meth was seized from a stash house in Paris, California, making it the largest seizure of meth domestically India history, But customs and border protection took in another £3000 of meth. Last week after getting a tip from DEA. It was their second largest meth bust, though they took in other drugs as well, like heroin and fentanyl. And while today might be a good day for law enforcement, it's not such a great day. For the Mexican drug cartels, specifically the Sinaloa cartel and cartel. Jalisco. DEA Acting Administrator Timothy Shay says these cartels have been behind much of the drug shipments, which primarily end up in Los Angeles before being distributed.

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Trump again asks Supreme Court to block subpoena for tax records

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | Last week

Trump again asks Supreme Court to block subpoena for tax records

"Asked the U. S. Supreme Court TTO block a subpoena for his tax returns. The high court previously ruled against the president, but send the case to a lower court. To allow Mr Trump to raise further arguments. This time. The president argued that the subpoena by Manhattan D, a Cy Vance Crossed the line and was overboard was over Broad. That is. Excuse me. The DEA has been investigating the president and his private Companiesfinances wins news. Time for

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Unofficial ballot drop boxes found in three California counties

Morning Edition

00:24 sec | Last week

Unofficial ballot drop boxes found in three California counties

"The state the Orange County Register reports that the DEA's office has received reports in recent days of unauthorized his boxes showing up at political party offices, candidate headquarters and churches. Lydia says that operating an unofficial Dropbox is a felony. A federal judge says the L. A county sheriff's department can continue to use harsh tactics against demonstrators, including rubber bullets and pepper spray,

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Armed Man Taken Into Custody After Firing At Police Vehicle In Franklin, Boston

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | Last week

Armed Man Taken Into Custody After Firing At Police Vehicle In Franklin, Boston

"At a police vehicle on Sunday. Police say the man was undergoing a quote. Mental health crisis and was taken into custody. He fired multiple bullets that hit a police car just after one o'clock yesterday afternoon. Police had responded to a call at Spruce Pond Village condos. Franklin Police and a local SWAT team were called in. The man was said to be firing a handgun police round up using rubber bullet a rubber pellets. I should say a Taser and a police dog to take him into custody. The man's identity not released. He was treated for minor injuries. All the DEA,

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Mayor Durkan's 2021 budget: Defund police by 12%, but will Seattle City Council demand more?

News, Traffic and Weather

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Mayor Durkan's 2021 budget: Defund police by 12%, but will Seattle City Council demand more?

"Funding Take center stage in Day Two of the City Council's budget meetings combos Ryan Harris is more from the discussion. Interim police chief Adrian DEA has laid out the proposed $357 Million.2021 budget, and among the points he made was the patrol staffing levels are at the same place they were eight years ago as the city continues to grow, Diaz says around 40. 100 officers or needed just to maintain current service levels. But council member Shama Salon was one of the members who question that, as the push continues to defund, or at least take functions out of SPD. The whole crust off your presentation was to raise the specter of crime, violent crime and the dire outcomes that would result if there was any kind of reduction in the size of the police department. Both the city and SPD's budget directors pointed out that the reason they're assuming the need for 1400 officers because they believe no alternatives for covering. Some current police functions will be in place by next year. Ryan Harris Comeau News executive order from Seattle Mayor made Jenny Durkan will create a work group, which she says we'll use community input to change policies on police and public safety. The work group will look at Seattle police functions now decide which could be taken out of the department or totally eliminated. Victoria Beach chair of the African American Community Advisory Council, says she's against de funding and for reform. She says SPD can't afford to lose even more. One more officer. When the layers long gone, our city will be destroyed and we have the mayor and City Council could blame for that. And I want people to remember. I don't know where and how we're going to pick up the pieces. After this sales,

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Mayhem in Seattle as protesters attack police with glass, drifting cars hit pedestrians near Space Needle

The Gee and Ursula Show

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Mayhem in Seattle as protesters attack police with glass, drifting cars hit pedestrians near Space Needle

"So unfortunately, there was a lot of mayhem over the weekend, and it kept Seattle police officers extra busy. That is the sound of Vandals setting fires, and then they eventually smashed windows. At Seattle City Hall on Saturday, handful of people dressed in all black Including face coverings broke glass outside the building in downtown members of the crowd threw bottles and rocks and officers set multiple fires in row. Police chief Adrian DEA says several dozen people have been arrested over the last few days. And, he says this kind of violence is unacceptable to those pay attention. Thes call for change. Are being drowned out by relentless violence, mayhem and an illegal behavior. And he says that unacceptable behavior includes the drivers of those muscle cars pulling stunts near the space needle, injuring several Spectators. So that video chief from TV actually shows a driver of a Mustang screeching around in tight circles is this big crowd is watching. Then he plows into several people and at least One car.

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Joe Exotic special looks at ‘Tiger King’ star's life before the fame

Tony and Dwight

09:15 min | 3 weeks ago

Joe Exotic special looks at ‘Tiger King’ star's life before the fame

"Tiger King you're going to like what's on Discovery Channel and I love Discovery. It's Ah, it's a show is going to tell us how the Tiger King became the tiger king. What happened to Joe Exotica in the beginning of years of early life is going to be in depth interviews, but even more impressively, the guy I'm getting Ray bring in Hey, was a police art officer at just 20 years old. Through that 80 f DEA, FBI, even secret Service. Hey, worked with undercover and before I go any further on his success. I want to bring him in right now. Derek, how are you? Hey, thanks for having me appreciate it, and I want to make sure it's Derek Love Oscar, right? Sounds good to me. Okay. Call you Derek. Listen, man, I want to talk about this show because I'm when the first ones that got sucked into this tiger King on Netflix. What? It was just what a compelling show you have a show tonight. It's on Discovery Channel watching, but I want to talk about your credentials of 1st 20 years old. You get hired on as a police officer. Then you become a sergeant. You're later assigned to special investigations. You work for the F D, a FBI secret service. There's credentials on and on and on on on even a best selling author. You write this book. The book is called the Undercover Edge. You publish it in 2018 and then bam. Within five days, it's selling out on and bookstores and on Amazon. Is there anything that you ever failed in life, man? A lot of bills a lot of fails, and I actually On someone who embraced failures because faces failures where the lessons are and from those failures. I've learned to push myself more and and try to never make the same mistake twice, but yet listen failures part of life. And if you're not failure, you're not trying. I always Try to push myself beyond what I think I'm capable of. And the only way to really find out what you're capable of to get to a point where you're felling. I've done that many times. And I'm okay with that. I'll continue to do it. Well, Okay, So let's talk about what's happening tonight. Discovery Channel. I love it. They're the programming is second to none. And tonight at 10 P.m. nine Central, You have a show called Joe Exotic before it was King. A snapshot And in this, you tell the story. What made Joe exotic Joe exotic? What happened to him in his childhood? You interview all kinds of people. How did how did this come around? How did this project come around? And what do you think about your experience doing it? It was a great experience, You know? Listen, I don't want to be involved with something that was just capitalizing on the success of the Netflix series. I want to come at it from a different perspective. And, you know, I think from an investigator's point of view, and from what I know our viewers, and I'd like to watch its how the mind works. Why a criminal becomes a criminal, and that's the perspective we took here. Why Joe dot in the way he is so This is kind of a prequel. To the Netflix special. We dive into Joe exotic childhood. His life as a young adult. And how he became the person we know. Today, I tell your king. At one point, there were a bunch of families sitting on the other side of the glass, all pointing at their little babies and the bastard. That's that one's mind at that point, he doesn't have a mullet, and he's not thinking about killing Carol Baskin so and there are people in life l they'll try to point to what changed them. I moved to a different neighborhood. Then I fell in with the wrong crowd and got into drugs. There's always some little apex and little point where life goes the other way. With with Joe Exotic is there like one thing one trigger. You could point you that said, Okay, This is what did it to him. You know, Listen, I'm not a psychologist. But if I had to say for me personally, what I thought was kind of a crossroads where he went wrong way was that is he had a he had a brother, who was really into an apple. They open their store together and Unfortunately, his brother was tragically killed in a drunk driving car accident, and I think that his brother's not only served as like a role model, but also somebody kept Joe on the right path. And as soon as he was no longer there Obviously, the traumatic, you know, Event itself really shook Joe, but also when those future decisions came up after his brother's death, instead of going the right way, he went the long way. And it was just a trickle effect. Where, you know, one bad decision led to three more And I think that was really the moment where Joe lost his way because he lost that role model that he could confide in and look up to Tonight, Joe Exotic Before he was King premieres on investigation, Discovery and such a great channel about second and not again and programming. It's just so compelling, and tonight we're going to be looking at where you are, and it's in depth interviews, even one of his husband's you interview on this law enforcement on and on. It's an end depth. Look at what made Joe exotic Joe exotic in a skin a sub Early days. It really wait, try to take it from a deeper dies. It's Joe exotic from the Netflix special covered really answered the question. How and why he became the way he is today and listen throughout the episode. There's going to be moments where you feel bad for Joe, and there's going to be moments when you're really angry with him, and that's that's intentional week. It's okay to feel bad for someone because of what they experience and it's also okay to feel bad for them. But understand that they're where they should be. Which in this case is in prison, So you know that's that's what we're hoping to achieve here tonight. Well, I can't. I can't wait to watch this. And here's what I'm wondering. When this tiger king came out it was right. It could have been timed better. Derek, listen was right. A cove in 19. Everyone was starved for something to do or watch because we were stuck in our homes and people. Benj, watch this over and over. It was a time It was the topic of our show almost every single day. But with them said he always had accusations that Carol Baskin had killed her first husband. He even went as far to say he fed her to the Tigers. If I've got to think that this special is going to be a huge success, are there already talks in another special where you might be able to look into Carol basket as well? I know there's investigators doing that, in fact, is a special tonight before our special called Tigers. Lies. I don't know the name. I apologize, but it's radar is on right before ours, And it's an investigator that looks into whether or not Carol basket could have been. Responsible for the death of Don Luis and what that means for Joe exotic. So that's something you're into making tonight. Grab some food have. Ah, sit down and tune in for both things were back to back talking with Derek Lava, sir. When you when you watch that show, it's like these can't be real people. Each person is more bizarre and fascinating than than the last one. You talked to give us a couple of people We didn't see maybe on Tiger King that you talked to for this special that are really unique and interesting. Well, you're going to get Ah, I think the biggest one that you're going to hear have is ah phone interview with Joe, exotic ex husband, the one who was actually stood over his bed and put the put the gun in Joe exotic face. He's also in prison right now for murder, and he shed some light on the relationship between him and Joe, but also some of the things that were going on a far polygamy and you know, you know, sex and drugs and I think that you know, the people who visited the do the do did not know about. They did not see from Joe when he came out, put on his whole, you know, show Part of what intrigues me so much about this special is when the Tiger King special the Siri's ended on Netflix it seriously left. Just start for more. Tonight on investigation Discovery. We kind of get that MME Orb because they tried to do a special was mostly zooms and this and that, But tonight there's actually uncovered footage and home movies. Photos that you guys have acquired and that's going to be shown as well. Is that correct? That's correct. It's not going to be just a rehash of the Netflix special. Like I said before, it's the prequel to the Netflix special. So if you enjoyed Tiger King, and you're looking for a little bit more of an in depth perspective of Who Joe is because that's really what we focus on then then this is probably something you should check out. I probably don't want to know the answer to this. They did a pretty good job of hiding any potential animal abuse and the show was that a part of his life, though 100% 1000%, and that's that's why I am part of this is well. This man was responsible for the killing of at least five innocent tigers and himself at court admitted that there were many more and I really hope that when this is all said and done, 10 15 years from now what we remember about this whole Tiger King phenomenon. Is that it was the start off the end of, you know, exploitation and killing of tigers and also that don lose his family get the closure they deserve and find out what happened to their father. If that's what ultimately comes from all of this, you know chaos. And I'm all for it. I hope it's just not for, you know, 15 minutes of fame for Joe and Carol. No,

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Seattle Interim police chief calls for end to protest violence

First Light

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Seattle Interim police chief calls for end to protest violence

"Seattle's interim police chief, is condemning the continuing violence and destruction during downtown protests in the city. Again. I want to be clear. My issue is not with peaceful demonstrations, however, information shared online by some of the parents. Organizers of these events make it clear what their goal is to compromise. The wellness and health of my officers to tie up SPD resource is To decrease the support the Espy has in the community and to disrupt normal community activities. Chief Adrian DEA says he'll continue to deploy officers to events where people are looting, rioting or damaging businesses.

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Suffolk DA Rollins Issues List Of 136 Boston Area Police Officers Accused Of Misconduct

WBZ Midday News

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Suffolk DA Rollins Issues List Of 136 Boston Area Police Officers Accused Of Misconduct

"A new public record, making it easier to identify noncredible cops in the Boston area. We find out more from W busies match here. 136 names appear on the list of Suffolk County cops with credibility issues. District Attorney Rachel Rollins released the spreadsheet last night at nine PM as a large protest took place downtown, calling for police reform. Along with each officer's name. The list includes their agency alleged misconduct and any repercussions they faced. The recent state police overtime scandal is the most common offence. But other more serious allegations include assault with a deadly weapon and rape. Prosecutors are required by law to notify the defense of these matters if an officer is to be a witness in a court case, the Boston Globe and pressure DEA Rollins into making this list public after she initially refused. Middlesex in Norfolk counties have already published their lists. Others are working on it.

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Afghan mothers' names to be included on children's ID cards

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:57 sec | Last month

Afghan mothers' names to be included on children's ID cards

"Afghanistan has issued a decree allowing women to be listed on the identity cards of their Children. NPR's DEA had eight reports. Until now, the documents on Ly contained the names of Father's. The new law is expected to make things easier for single Afghan mothers in particular, who struggle to do things like sign their kids up for school or get them emergency medical care. This is how the bar co director of the women's rights division at Human Rights Watch, So this law is actually a really important development, which is gonna have a lot of really world consequences. Boss says The new decree may also shift the common notion in Afghanistan that Children are their father's property, and it comes at an important time. The government and the Taliban are negotiating pace and feminist fear women's rights will be compromised to appease the insurgents. There's a sense that laws mandating women's equality have to be pushed through quickly. D a deed. NPR NEWS ISLAMABAD, Europe's largest

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Afghan mothers' names to be included on children's ID cards

Morning Edition

00:53 sec | Last month

Afghan mothers' names to be included on children's ID cards

"Has issued a decree saying women will now be listed on the identity cards of their Children. That's according to his spokesman. Until now, Afghan Children on Lee had their father's listed as NPR's DEA Hadeed reports. The new law is expected to make things easier for single Afghan mothers in particular who struggle to do things like sign their kids up for school or get them emergency medical care. This is how the bar co director of the women's rights division at Human Rights Watch, So this law is actually a really important development, which is gonna have a lot of really world consequences. Boss says The new decree may also shift the common notion in Afghanistan that Children are their father's property. And it comes at an important time. The government and the Taliban are negotiating pace and feminist fear women's rights. We compromised to appease the insurgents, There's a sense that laws mandating women's equality have to be pushed through quickly. D a

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Protests erupt in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and arrests made after a police officer shot and killed a 27-year-old man

Rush Limbaugh

00:47 sec | Last month

Protests erupt in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and arrests made after a police officer shot and killed a 27-year-old man

"In in Lancaster, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, over over a a police police shooting shooting yesterday. yesterday. Gurnal Gurnal Scott Scott is is following following that that story. story. Lancaster Lancaster Mayor Mayor Deneen Deneen Suraj. Suraj. She called Sunday when the shooting happened The heartbreaking day for our city Ah Lancaster officers shot and killed a knife wielding man, Ricardo Munoz. The shooting prompted protests which tactical officers cleared using tear gas. Mayor Suraj says neighbors are concerned the deadly force was not necessary to handle what she called a mental health issue. She believes more questions should be posed. Who should respond under what circumstances and what protocols should be followed? The mayor says. How those calls are assigned by 911 is also a tissue. The officer involved is off the street as the DEA investigates. Grinalds

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"dea" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:32 min | 5 months ago

"dea" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"And to learn more about what you can do visit DEA take back dot com as new Yorkers enjoy a Memorial Day weekend with celebrations that have been modified by the pandemic the stage is forging ahead with re opening plans governor Cuomo announced today that new York's latest daily death toll was up slightly but with substantial progress still being made against the virus he says that doesn't derail the re opening phase now the governor has given the green light for pro sports to resume in the state's darting today then your professional sports leagues will be able to begin training camps I believe that sports that can come back without having people in the stadium without having people in the arena do it do it work out the economics if you can we watch up we want people to be able to watch sports movies that people still staying home the Yankees and Mets are said to be thinking about resuming spring training soon in Florida but the governor's plan would allow them to resume action in the Bronx and queens if they like the most of new York's re opening plants continue to happen on a region by region basis with more to come in a matter of days as correspondent mark Remillard report under Andrew Cuomo said Sunday that a section of the state between Albany and New York City will begin re opening this week the mid Hudson is still on track on the numbers to open Tuesday he says the next area of focus is Long Island Long Island is on track to meet the numbers on Wednesday we have to get the number of deaths down on Long Island and we have to get the number of tracers up and he says for the first time all trains on the Long Island Rail Road will be cleaned and disinfected daily campgrounds and RV parks across the state allowed to reopen beginning tomorrow with veterinarians offices on Tuesday although with modifications governor Cuomo reminding new Yorkers not to let up on social distancing or mask wearing if you want to avoid a second wave of the virus a hundred and nine more coronavirus deaths were reported today in the state that was up from a two month low of eighty four one day before that in New Jersey governor Murphy says he hopes the state can allow indoor gatherings in churches and other houses of worship sooner rather than later he just can't say yet when that might be exactly on Friday president trump turned up the pressure I call upon governors to allow our churches and places of worship to open right now but governor Murphy tells CNN's state of the union that now is not the time even though the covert nineteen picture is looking brighter for the past several weeks weeks we've seen a lot of good progress in the data and I would hope we get to houses of ship sooner than later but we wanna make sure we do it right responsibly in the we don't kill anybody by doing it too fast new Jersey does allow gatherings of up to twenty five people outside houses of worship governor Murphy also responding to a new study which says the nation would have saved thirty six thousand lives if state to started social distancing a week earlier Murphy says he didn't know the extent of covert nineteen infections in his state if we had known that then obviously we would have we would have accelerated even further but again I don't think any state moved as fast or very few did at least or as comprehensively as we did Roger stern ten ten wins news is sixty three degrees mainly clear skies going down to fifty four tonight in midtown where pandemic coverage on the way here on ten ten wins wins news time seven twenty five for all our sakes we need to avoid crowds as much as possible but what if you need to go to the post office or mail letters and packages whether you're a small business or have a new work from home set.

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"dea" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

11:07 min | 8 months ago

"dea" Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™

"Go Look at the pictures. They're all over the Internet. There's not a single powder burn on on the side of Pablo's head because there's Burnham pieces of gunpowder would struck skin and left. Little little black marks go examined the photographs yourself if you and if you do call me. 'cause show is taken at distances. What you're saying exactly exactly you don't have to be a ballistics investigative guru to know that well you know and there's there's a company we did an interview with in. London wasn't ended several months ago and they said and their theory is that what the sun is saying is true and I explained to them exactly just explained to you. They said well what if he held the gun against his skin and against his ear with that prevent the powder burns and quite Austat. Never thought about that. I thought well maybe maybe that's true but I don't know if you've ever seen gunshot wounds. The entry wound is usually the size of the caliber of the bullets of his nine millimeter. It's a little bitty hole but the exit wound is always massacre. Now think about this if you had the barrel of the gun against your ear and fired that shot the compression from the explosion of that bullet would have blown out the left side of his head. And that's not what you've found what you find is the exit wounds just slightly bigger than the entrance. So that's not true either. All this is the other thing I would think is. It'd be a nine millimeter. Pistol lying next to his body while they were too because they shot dead he still has guns but Yeah I mean you can look at one of the slides. Lock back which shooting a semiautomatic around bullets the Latte automatically slide automatically lock back so this is just a song trying to change the legacy of his father so you're convinced clearly that it was one of those Colombian police officers that that ultimately got this done without a doubt right and we've talked to lament. We pretty much know who he claims. He's the one who shot him but he was part of the search flock of Colombian police officer. And you knew that officer. Yes yes yes this guy every day. Yeah so no. And so the courage these guys exhibited in those moments. Because like you were saying maybe they didn't expect five hundred but they sure as hell didn't expect one bodyguard and and and to nine millimeter guns on. Pablo to firefighter. Course but with more people of and they were concerned about being outgunned. That's why the cavalry was coming behind him. Right and I think Right I mean the colonel told his son wait for the backup to get it in the words. The colonel in the sunset. Screw this. We're going in and that's what actually was able to get Pablo Escobar by the sun. Making that decision to go in. Is there anything else about sort of the end of Pablo Escobar in those moments that you wanNA share well You know I was on the roof when the military showed up and then the the press start showing up and where reside had our bright Red Polo shirt that day with my jeans so being white sticking out enough now got a red shirt And so the we decided that I needed to get back to the base. That must let the Columbia's have the glory. We don't want anybody to think that the United States is the one that took out Abu Escobar so they assigned a security detail and they S. You know escort back to the Blake. Based now that night we went into total walk down because we were expecting retaliation attacks because of the death of Pablo Right. You thought maybe World War Three was going to rain down on you guys. Right quite nine. I respect Medein. I mean there was nothing it was quiet the next day. Harriers back in country they fly him up on. Pick him up a gunship that come over. There's a big celebration because now you gotta remember. I've been there three years. He's been there six years with these guys. I mean this very those are long years right so we we did all half having and everything and then they flew back out on a gun ship over the airport. We flew back to Boga. Got Back on a five or six. Pm Friday evening normally. The embassies closed by this time. We're going back to the office. Because my wife's working in the embassy there Turns out her and another wife. Dea Agents wife had planned this big party. They got her office decorated with streamers and balloons and posters and how several cases of beer pizzas and the party started about six thirty and we all got home about ten. Am The next morning. It was an all nighter and to quote prints were you partying like it was nineteen ninety nine of cars. It took us at feel like when it's you know six years for you in three years for you and it's it's it's not what anybody in civilian life would recognize as you know if you said. Hey I'm going to spend six years working on a startup or working on doing I mean obviously was salon of of justice had been served in in on the personal level. Of course. We're all happy. But you gotta remember is all innocent people. Why just being at the wrong place at the wrong time? The police officers we were at a funeral. We had eight bodies at the church killed by Pablo Escobar eight police officers so it was personal. We learned a lot. We I said the end. The public bar meant that this was revenge. Obviously you know saw the people that he killed and We tell people you know the real heroes for the Colombian National Police Colonel Martinez assists on Lieutenant. Martinez all those guys. But it was a great feeling is a feeling of justice. Feeling for the other innocent people That he killed. So it's one of those on one of those cases one of those life lessons that we learned this house a person become this massive monster this massive part of evil in the you know if we would have given up Pablo Escobar would've won you said we we never give up. Yeah you know for me. My wife had been by herself in Bogota for eighteen months. That I'm in Medine. Wow so you know I mean I got a tough wife. She's she's tough. Girl Been Married thirty five years now. She's still drive a motorcycle. So let me ask you hockey level woman. Any woman who rides a motorcycle is a Gal that I'm happy to meet. Okay my book. She's just just a tough lady. She didn't let any get down. You know she. She stayed working in the embassy until we adopted her first daughter and she became a stay home. Mom But and that was in October of ninety three and he wasn't killed until December. So now we've got this new baby girl. I'm not even getting to visit with because we're still up there. Jason Pablo so you can imagine. Once he was done we took A two week vacation for Christmas came home. Your family's got to meet our new daughter. I have two sons from prior marriages. And so we get to visit with them as well. They were teenagers at that time. to You know it shows in Arca. I mentioned this one thing. I'm really proud of her. She's she's a just a one of a kind and so in season two episode one. I think it is. They show that she and I get in a fight and they're showing that we've already adopted the baby and Narcos and we hadn't but we did eventually a lot of creative license with the show. Is that what you're telling me everything except harvey our sex life? That was true but that's a different story. Every single one of those ladies entertained all of those ladies out there all through very well. You are very very handsome. As we like to say Swab and do Boehner Kinda Guy. Please don't tell me. Please tell the wrist. I was I'll tell the whole world agree. Expecting Hobby are to be very very handsome and he was even more handsome than I thought he was getting much today but anyway it shows that the she and I get in a fight and that she takes baby goes to Miami. That's not true. I mean she stayed. Call me the entire time. I was there except our normal trips. Back to the United States and the funny part of that is as net flicks would right as the writers would write an episode. They melt to heavier. Now we'd read through it and pick out little things to try to make it a little bit more accurate on screen and so because her character is portrayed in Narcos they used her real name and everything. She got to read scripts as well So series I'm reading it. I'm like Oh crap I'm going to hear about this one so I gave it to her. You know I'm often. Something else in. The House are not hear her yelling. Did you read this? Did you read this bullshit? Did you read this? I've never left you down here and I'm looking at what baby. I didn't write the stupid thing. Why did they want to write it that way? As opposed to the railway that had happened because everything in Hollywood. Tv and make more dramatic conflict. Showed me and hug your fighting pushing each other around we've never even had a disagreement You know I mean I'm just getting to know you guys of course but we spent almost twenty four hours together and Alan like you guys seem like brothers who love each other to me. That's my experience it's like I told you I'll kill them. Do the same for me. Yeah no doubt no doubt and took licenses. Yeah Yeah and so may maybe. Let's go there a little bit How how do you like the Netflix series? You know what I I love the series you know and I told St when I came out of no one's going to watch. This is going to be a flop going to be. The worst flopped started. What I'll be honest I haven't seen all of it. You know I've seen two or three I'll watch it in its entirety. When I'm ready but I said this is a lot of the literary artistic licenses but then all of a sudden we started getting calls from people I mean I know when it came Mara. Got A couple of calls from guys you know here. That's a great series justice. What all we love it. We're hooked on it. Then all of a Sun. The world audience the the Europeans Australians. It was like yeah in many Latin Americans. Right yes yeah it was like in high demand back there now. Mike. Wow maybe people are GonNa Watch remind me what year it started the season one. Fifteen thousand teens fifteenth. Yeah and you know the the creative. Narcos zirk Newman. And one of his executive producer Chris Brancaccio and the Writers Zach K-league and polyps seen I mean all those writers are phenomenal. They're extremely intelligent. You know when he got to the writer's room at Hollywood work with them. They had a library books that I thought we knew everything about Escobar Numidian. Curtail had books that I'd never even heard of and they were conversant but they also have a little bit of a six item because some of the things they came up with like you know hanging my cat from my door and Bogota when my wife and I I arrive there. That was pretty heinous..

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"dea" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"dea" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Masters was extremely gracious. We to you my DEA. To your. To your future with. Evening all the rest of your days. You me, why? If anyone been surely it's you, we frightened you, so made you so miserable. Two other shows India. Forgotten. If you remember this evening. Janabi. Idea. Do you know what happening it is? We celebrate. So it is. That your loan because so much excitement in our home. This is. The most important event in the history of the phone. We on you by asking you to join. That you need. Three years ago. My son was genius today. He's my son. Three years ago. Why today all? Down. Free tonight. She lambda. She left my some love my first sweet. Compare. The. I told him he wouldn't listen, he loved madly Mandalay. She slammed on his face. Is that ninety loss the power of his mind ever since we waited and Bain richer? Dead on the occasion. Don't. Eight years ago this evening. Told how the study she was she couldn't to stay left. Quite suddenly. Last year. The moment she wanted to leave us to abuse. And now tonight. F. Tonight. Susan you leaving. Excuse.

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"dea" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"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..

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"dea" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"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..

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"dea" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"dea" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

"Too damn speaking with DEA con DEA is a two time EMMY award winning and twice BAFTA nominated documentary film director, she is the founder of fuse. That's F. You you as e a media arts company that puts women and minority communities at the heart of telling their own stories in twenty sixteen. She became the first UNESCO. Goodwill ambassador for artistic freedom and creativity. She's made at least three films today. But Naza love story jihad and white right meeting. The enemy, and we talk about the last two jihad white, right? You really have to see her films d is doing something truly extraordinary. She's doing something extraordinary as a person even more than as a filmmaker. Now, you'll you'll hear in the second half of this podcast in the last hour or so that we don't agree about everything. Just definitely some daylight between how she views the collision between Islam and the modern world, and the way I view, and she clearly doesn't fully align with my friends modules, and I on her Sailly. So there is a further conversation to be had on that front. But I hope you'll view the exchange. We did have there as a model for the kind of conversation that millions of people. Could and should be having about these issues. Unfortunately, audio quality for this podcast is a little spotty. There were few sound problems on her side. It's not too bad. But it goes in and out and a few points think it's worse in the beginning. So apologies for that. Any case? I love this conversation. I think DEA is fantastic. If you watch white, right? You will understand why I think so. Disagreements aside. I now bring you.

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"dea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"dea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I DEA to take a swath of airwaves that are that are good for for five G, and and cut up the licenses into small areas. So you don't need to buy say half state in order to get the Airways to license up your one little factory. That's the idea that's going out the door, very small license areas. Now, it's gonna be larger areas a county or up or possibly aggregating counties into bigger areas, which you get into the better part of a major city or metropolitan area. So that's expensive to put up the towers and the gear to bay the big area and five G, the only people who can afford to do that the likely the likely corporations to do that are going to be the likes of AT and T and T mobile and the entities that would want to buy small license areas such as the port of Los Angeles or General Electric, which was interested in doing stuff with its factories and its clients factories. They're not going to buy big area. So they're kind of left on the sidelines now with this vote we expect tomorrow at the FCC not a done deal yet. So did any companies go ahead? Head and build these little networks these small area. No, light licenses. Not not not yet. Let out. So it was it was something that was going to happen probably fairly soon. I think we'll have an auction sometime. A late this year early next year actually next year makes more sense because the schedules we're we're already getting into late this year. So it hadn't happened yet. It was an idea though. And and and lots of different entities are interested. So not going to happen now it would appear so what's the loss? Then I mean, clearly, these smaller groups are not going to be able to buy it and use it for their own personal needs. But can they piggyback onto those larger swamps? Or is there a loss of some sort of use of this that we really should be able to utilize what we don't know. What's what's not out there yet? So the innovation kind of thing the the idea was to let many thousand flowers bloom and see who wants to make what use of their airwaves, and smart ideas, coming out of hither and yon. But now, maybe it could still happen. But it'd be more. Expensive, and perhaps slower the the people who wanted the small licenses and the ability to do just their factory or just their power plant say that when they go to try to use try to lease the Airways from the big guys. ATT Verizon T mobile sprint who control Airways across large areas that it costs too much and sometimes they're just sold. We don't have those Airways to lend to you. So there could be innovative things about controlling a pipeline or tacking tracking shipments across a vast port that just aren't happening that we don't know about how many licenses were was the FCC the Obama era of looking at. This is interesting seventy four thousand census tracts cut it up US, the seventy four thousand areas and within each of those seven licenses so you've got half a million licenses and one of the arguments against this was well, that's just too much to handle the people who are in favor of that slicing of the pie, very finally state. Now, we got software that can do. And now, we're down to about thirty two hundred US counties. That's a big that's a big reduction from seventy four thousand to thirty two hundred US counties is all of this speculation though. Do we have five G where is five G? How do I get five? What's the timeline for that? Right now. Five G is whatever people call it sort of there's no real standard is faster. It's faster than the than the four G that we have now supposedly flying cars closer than flying cars for is Scott starting it in four cities. I believe right now. That'd be the very first commercial deployment in the US. And it'll come online next couple of years now two to four years. I would guess before you see a bunch of it in our cities. And I'm trying to look at flying cars here on my four g and it's just you know, it's it's buffering. So getting the say, but so will this decision by the FCC than speed this up slow it down or what? The big guy sales speed the transition to five g networks everywhere. The Gs and the other folks say it's going to slow down our attempt to do smart and interesting and new stuff in our factories and other facilities. Okay. So you say the vote comes tomorrow, what are you watching for tomorrow? Well, we have a descent from the democrat, probably it's three Republicans one democrat at the agencies are probably be a three to one vote. So wait, you said it wasn't a done deal. Yeah. But you can tell body language. What people are saying what the chatter is on K street. Talk to people are a little closer to reporting on Bloomberg news. Yeah. You just talked to a lot of okay, I'm going back to the Jetsons now by. Okay. All right. Bloomberg news FCC reporter Todd shields. Thank you for that. We're gonna keep tabs on that story with you coming up on Bloomberg politics, policy, power and law AG Jeff Sessions. The attorney general blaming a string of court losses on judicial activism, but first we're going to check the latest world and national headlines you.

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"dea" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"dea" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"The i would too yeah next read another montage starting with jerry dea really oh who got to the spin hopper and went down off bar called her furry leo what oh for real maybe okay but it's not going to on achmar to channel qualifying didn't check she did she was the third place woman and twenty nine th place thirty yeah oh good for jerry so surprising that she was also montage but because it happens initially really well and the city finals hope next was tommy daly who was dressed as a panda okay this is so weird because i feel like if you're going to do like a gimmicky thing like you want people to put on the internet or whatever like at least show your face so that like you get the attention for it and also so that you won't be trying to see the obstacles through tiny little panda cutout right like obviously it's a bad choice if you want to do well on the course but if you're a goal is to like be go viral or whatever like show your face so you can get the attention pick something else you should learn from rico rivera who is the dinosaur guy but does not get the credit for it like they mentioned that he's the nicest guy but no like nobody that saw the dinosaur video is like oh the fire breathing guy yeah right yeah but rico rivera at least has his own thing that people remember him for because you can see his face like his other 'nother thing besides sorry as well tommy was stopped at the wheel flip and then we had mike writes who went in a speed oh which i disapprove of i t slipped off on the spin oppor why do you disapprove of this i just didn't like it that didn't answer my question at all i just felt like it was one too many things one too many pieces of clothing to take off but he was a diver so he were his diving divers always have to wear speed us yes diving gag he's a diver so he wore his diving outfit it was weird seeing with the shoes like okay there is somebody in saas guy that competes in speedo probably multiple people actually not i think about it but they do it as a joke yeah well as you guys probably mostly this was this was two straight he's far too muscley he's far too like tiber muscular you can't help but that's what i'm saying he played it straight he's a diver it's actually uniform if you're gonna wear speedo it has to be it has to be not appropriate lily okay i am fine with that mike right so i in general i feel like if you're going to be competing on an indoor like the people in that audience may have seen a bit more than they wanted to or cables exactly as much as they wanted to you don't know so then we have the next person here josh butler the thirty two year old bus driver they lost him and his wife lost their baby and adopted another child of medical issues that was abandoned at the hospital and since that time they have then gone on.

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"dea" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"dea" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"dea" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Today and dea joins me now hi hey that mary lee's tell us what this little girls name was and what you found when you visited her town so they settle goal her name was ena than me and she was seven years old and she was from provincial cotton mill town called kosor it's about an an hour from where i am and it could be anywhere in pakistan except for these just about every kid i saw was escorted and when i asked the parents grandparents and they're all the siblings why these kids went running around freely like they are anywhere else in pakistan they said it was because our afraid of letting the mount alone one of the people i spoke to is a human rights lawyer called because of it and here's what he had to say he really echoes what residents will feeling this is very painful for me then never do gubler school are tired blue draw them myself vendor of the all the family members vote ready which give who it's very painful venting that were debra the innocent children in our city so when he says that innocent children in a city what his talking about is that activists count here that thirteen children were raped and killed over the past two years hair the 13th child was sign up now police believe they have found the alleged killer he's been arrested as that rain that's right his a 23yearold construction worker and he lived about a minute's walk from within oblivion and i spoke to his neighbours today and they said he'd like to go to the roof of the building to watch the goals in the pink painted primary school that's just across the narrow alley way to look down at the girl scott some that's awful it since chose up your spy pair let me ask you this he's been caught but you said people are still scared of letting their children out to run around freely why the his people worry that there might be another mudra and it really just it just gets the heart of the problem in kosovo are in generally impacts down his people don't trust the police they don't trust the government they say are officials as corrupt inept inefficient and they see them as being subservient to the rich and contemptuous of.

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"dea" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"dea" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Rian johnson aston yes are you ready for i this is gone up that's the dea thai lynn pre in line down the one has do now in the man in the three mm jon land oh really the thirty four four music more variety sixty minutes nonstop 104 three my fm if you when shopping an opportunity since everything you wherever warmer than one moment therapy.

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"dea" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"dea" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That by right now caught up on your phone call it up on your desktop call it up on your lapper because that's something i've never seen in a hockey game or a hockey fight before only thing missing from that was the ref waving it off and not even bothering to count buddhists out before reaching for his mouthpiece in calling that fight and having the doctor rushed into the ring and see if he was all right that's how bad that was that fight was over before he hit the ice and i pride myself not be a guy the talks hockey only four the fights but i've never seen a hockey fight like that before that was really really unusual and i have not forgotten cologne's that taco bell is going to try out eight kit kat casetta a well aware that i'm just trying not to get to it the chocolate dea it was scots know let us down if that doesn't sell their they know it's not going to sell anywhere it's wisconsin wisconsin the place where i did shots of ranch dressing not shots of tequila not shots of yegor not shots of gold slaughter not even shots of gender bacha shots of ranch dressing a stack them up if the chocolate dea does not sell their if it does in test well they're making its way to cowley maverick t smith tweets rome sauce you have premium content you have your premium content we have hours side the bell taco bell i know i know what i wanna know though is are you gonna release are you gonna unleash their premium comment or content on the rest of the country namely h shock casey dea notched a chocolate casetta a kit kat casetta i may or may not get there so the phones always dicey when i say that right let's go.

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"dea" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"dea" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"A historic hurricane season we're talking about the weather and other things with joe dea's channel seven them meteorologist koa 18 tvs our guest in studio to four three thirty three thirty three bill you're on with joe go ahead bilic if i had a question on joe could you explain the protocol for the modeling of hurricane when i watched the news that he twenty spaghetti bring you know joe i know you're moderate and when do they make the call on where the hurricane is going when all of these pickety string dark to go the right way yeah that's the hurricane center you know we all have access to those of various computer models and what the hurricane center does is they look at to the various of models and the study which one is doing a better job with this current system and if you read their forecasts discussion they will tell you were doing this forecast line because this model has been a little bit more consistent over the past couple of days and we're going to go with it and it's closer to the european model and kind of a blend between the european and the gf us american model but more of an emphasis toward this particular model what what's the typical timeframe before they can make their most accurate prediction on the turn because everyone assumed it was gonna turn directly almost a directed miami and up up the the either storm up the east coast turned out to be on the west yeah think about it and you started to notice that on friday afternoon that it looked like it was going to start oh yeah hearing to all or to the western part estate than the east with but think about it most traditional hurricanes they come in west northwest and boom they start turning north and then get kicked out northeast if every spaghetti plot on this one had it west west rush than shortterm north west west west sharp turn north that's unusual all right so it's just a headache for the hurricane center because what is causing it to make that sharp turn and it.

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"dea" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"dea" Discussed on WJR 760

"Mean within i am knocked down every day i'm more often than not i'm told no rather than yeah but i think that being a true entrepreneur at you don't focus on that you ignore all of that knows and you just focus on the ss yeah that's really true i mean that's part and parcel of being you know you you've got to where many houses not vern you certainly has to be resourceful maybe is really gotta be bold maybe even a little naive taste serve do well in this case but when you were told no you didn't take no for an answer that tenacity that perseverence dedication to what you're doing you were going the push it through and i asked you you know uh that's interesting when you get a response back and says you know after sending it as a black bag yeah we'll take it 27 stores most of the time let's let's be candid most of the time you do get the rejection and then what do you do in this case you kept on ice yeah and you know i like i said i mean i got rejected all of the time now i you know even today were and you know five thousand store the nets still you know doesn't feel big enough or good enough because i'm always focusing on the next big thing and how i can be bigger and how i can you know grow more so i'm always told noted i and eh hasn't really think can we know when someone says no to me i'm just like okay like i got the knock on another door until i got yeah that is so cool so vanessa we've got a break that we're going to the dea but when we come back one of the things i want to talk to you about is what advice he would have for other food entrepreneurs this is a an area where there are a lot of innovators and and they're looking for the secret sauce they are they are indeed and she's gonna give it to us right after this break we'll be back with more on stood at news radio.

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"dea" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"dea" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"That's right and they were were they in work i think they lived in the marina city have during the second trials happened during oj and you know the we're wa i was watching the lifetime movie and i talked about it it was really good with courtney love but now the next one is coming with will be ryan murphy's eight series and the leslie with the curley yeah the process laid by um glenn close to know that when they gave her way but the eighty falco who will be amazing i love but this goal was good too and the lifetime of they did a good job i mean it's a different it'll be a different kind of thing but my sister shannon who was defense attorney did apply to be with the prosecutor in the dea office and she met with the asian attorney who was the prosecutor of the first case with the asian there was always wanted who has a prosecutor for the menendez brothers and then her side prosecutor was this asian man and he was the one that brought up the evidence that they had gone to san diego and bought these guns several weeks prior which then took away that offense of it being a crime of passion and abuse at all my dad so many weeks i desert cheeses why they do stay there get on a permit find a job forget the parents he would get so mad about that i know now that we know more as with the world about abuse and how like why you don't speak up you know there's this a net flicked special call the keeper's which is about these women who are all in there like late fifties and sixties who went to like an allgirl catholic high like i went to but there were 'price a lot more priests and nuns back in those days and it was on the east coast and.

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"dea" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"dea" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Welcome to taco bell would you like to try our case said dea to him you know they don't say you wanna strawberry smoothie is an oath summing cheesy and so these are all done a contract we got them through the freedom of information those talking points are like up cells that are specifically kind of inserted into the talking points that that person at the fastfood restaurant is for told this is how you can you negate with the cost get that was part of it the government has supplied advisers to mcdonald's untangled people going to mcdonald's headquarters in advising them on their business practices and we don't you think every computer manufacturer would like to have the government promoting their products well for saw it it's it's wrong it should stop but that's where we are we live in a country which if this were eleven american country you could imagine drugs it kinda infusing the uh in their influence in the government right here it's agricultual products between the same kind of thing so what what would have to happen systemically in order for the government to get behind serve using that machinery to push fruits and vegetables instead of you know she's in me you know subsidies a radicati subsidies or changing structure of lobbying in washington or amino it would have to be from the top aren't you on literally require an act of congress and i have to say that the fruit and vegetable people don't really want to be part of that um they wanna fight their own fight but they they are not interested in subsidies for the most part on the end none of this would matter.

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"dea" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"dea" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Told me he sat up the accident in did he also said he's the real lynchpin on this thing because this is i witnessed stuff he saying he did it and he not only set up the accident but isn't there did he did he also say to you that he actually shot patten in the neck yes uh now you're getting to the very very heart of the whole matter uh the the reason the truck that was waiting for a patent the reason it started up once and started coming down this uh this lowly world was too at a certain point pearn in front of the limousine without any uh signal or anything else this poor first the limousine into a certain uh uh structure that allowed but thought out who with the kbc dea agent which behind a bunch of broken war stop and he had a special wipo made which shot not a bullet but a robber art rubber uh thing that look like a a you know a a piece from a broken car which is why they do that kind of thing uh and he shot at through the window and an patten was looking outside of the window on the last thing patten says this look at that and suddenly and you know this is all of your because those historians who right about this and say it was an accident say the patent catapulted since in this large uh room that he's in in the back of a limousine.

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