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"daniel ramirez" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"The only thing i. I'm interested in it when it comes to certain things at the business aspect is how can you leverage our brand like. How can you build to expand your brand outside of mixed martial arts. And that's what i've been doing my gaming just me my team. We just got back California shooting some content. That was you know. Video game related in. That's that's going to be broadcast on channel on a certain game. I can't really speak too much about it. But right there you know one of my very first passion which is video game. i've been to leverage. My named goldie do content interview game space so for me. I would always look like an app. The you know my biting news Ono as a professional athlete but undefeated has an amateur. I look at him on my ok. Well he's james he's chinese. He speaks mandarin. Y'all speaks no speaks cantonese. eighty also speaks english. he does bu All the you know the staff sword nunchucks. He does all that stuff that's performances Every chinese new year's kate hockey we build your brand. You know girardi a bad ass spider. I'm going very well but hockey. We separate you from everyone else. Koku make your walkout remember. Just like is he had a like. He's i've like he separates himself from every other You know middleweight. Or or champion. Because he's very very odd. You know he's doing a minute fingers. He's calling people to see were and he's also you know A nerd who the enemy and that sticks out to me. Because that's what type of carrots characters. I like to you know like follow or like say it's a good way to look at by the way did you Did you get a ps five yet. Yes i did notice there. sony sony. Shout out to my man. Proper lopez shot at the target for delivery next day But no no no problem whatsoever with my have you seen. Have you seen everybody having issues. Even daniel ramirez said he's having been crumbs off your damn chromium got his shit on wifi. You don't play console wifi you. Hardwired.
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
"I've been getting all these snarky notes from friends of mine back in Egypt, and they're like, this is how the rest of the world experiences. America where you have to jump through all these hoops before you can come even for a visit and you know. Prove that you are deserving and safe and clean enough to enter the country and you know there's there's there's a little bit of come up to it and some full there until it. Isn't. It only a tiny percentage of Americans that even have passports though. I think everyone's everyone's feeling that pain equally either so long. Yeah, I think. We you know for as much as we talk about travel and you know going abroad and all these things it's it's very it's spoken from a place of privilege. It's a very small number of Americans that will ever leave the country on for for leisure travel and even when they do, it's mostly Mexico and the Bahamas and things like that. So when we're talking about traveling the world, it's definitely spoken from a place of privilege a privilege that many of us don't have anymore because we have lost two hundred thousand of our fellow Americans and counting to this disease which we still do not have under control. So. Yeah. And I'm just fat as rays of Sunshine Today. Place I mean, why would anybody befalls polarize upset you know like God Get more pissed, America. We are anyway those are the seems like a good place to. Take a deep breath. Those are all the questions we have time for today I. Do want to save our last question that we're skipping today for next week. 'cause it's a really good one It's a real back this time. Yes, definitely. So Producing on the fly can we keep that line bookmark and we'll be back this this time next week to answer more of your questions and Kimberly, and I'll be back tomorrow I. we to say thanks listeners for listening to the show for supporting the work. We do to make you smart. It is fundraising season and we're doing a fundraiser this week, and next that will help us continue to do this work and we happen to feel. Strongly that not only is an outlet for us a way to talk to you directly It's really important like I know there's a lot of journalism you can beat up on right now but boy is it saved us from a lot worse. Yes and Your. Support really matters because there's not a lot of spaces in media right now for a conversation like the one we just had. And supporting that is important and. We were being kind of lighthearted about this fundraiser we're trying to raise one hundred thousand dollars to force during a pumpkin spice beer, which which you know it's it's fun and it's light would need the the levity in this world, but it's four various a very serious thing which is supporting journalism and journalism. That's thoughtful. That's careful that brings in the perspectives of as many people as possible and that hope plea makes all of a smarter because you know none of us is a smarter as all of us. Look at you look at her what a damn professional, not even the script. All right marketplace dot org. Give smart is where you can donate. We're trying to raise one hundred thousand dollars back to prefers we're gonna Kimberly and myself. We're GONNA let ourselves off the hook now for the day that is it for us send your questions and comments to make smart marketplace dot org. Thank you for listening. We'll be back tomorrow. Yeah make these smart is produced and directed by Rose Conlon Tony. Wagner is our digital producer. Ben Heck Code is our video producer and Ethan Parrots. Every video intern Eric Phillips rights are newsletter and deals with all of my articles that I sent her all the time, and she also does that make me smart skill on your smart device which I said. Today's program was engineered by it's it's the little victories friends today's program was. The. Wonderful Daniel Ramirez, our theme music was composed by the Wonderful Ben Tolliday and Daniel Ramirez Bridge partner is a senior producer and the executive director of on-demand attorney of s and May under we get to work with good people. IHEART YOU MOLLY WOULD? Near the greatest. Hugs girl. Hugs..
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The world here, we love to get your reaction to this story involving environment. Texas, they rallied outside a what a burger yesterday in south Austin, and they're hoping to sway the company away from using styrofoam cups. Now, the groups Daniel Ramirez wants water burger to give discounts to customers bringing in their own reusable cups. Switching alternatives such as paper bamboo any composed material that would be a great alternative that is the kind of reception. We want to see from Waterberg the group says Texas taxpayers spend about ninety six million dollars a year cleaning up litter, which includes styrofoam wants to get rid of it. We want them to stop using polystyrene. Lorraine foam cups. More commonly known as styrofoam we've collected over fifty three thousand petition signatures from folks all across the ten states in which water burger operates urging the company to take this action. All right. So there you go, you know, I I don't know I was for the bag ban the bag ban. When when that happened changed my mind about that. Because I don't want government to get involved. I think that certainly that they should try better options than plastic bags and there are better options. And I feel the same about styrofoam cups. I think that there should be motivation to not use them that is for you should not anything that us one time for five minutes. And it's thrown away that needs that means to go away man that is just that's that's bad stuff. It doesn't make any sense. If there are other alternatives out there, then go that direction after we show them fifty three thousand.
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"I mean, maybe that's part of it, but that's not the whole answer as as a lot of people in left side of the spectrum say that that can't have the full answer. Just cannot be Nope. Yeah, totally. And maybe not well for everybody as we know. But anyway, we got this question for Marian. She asked also over Email if becoming wages at the top. Here's the question, do the lowest paid factory workers across the brands these companies own. See the same wages if yes, the argument for a high impact of large companies on wage growth is underscored if not, then the argument is lessened thoughts. Question more close parentheses, actually close quote. The answer is, I don't know right because no company's gonna pay the same wages to everybody across the spectrum. Right? But large companies do have an impact on workers writ large make because there are so many workers in those large companies that's and we also have a listener answer to make me smart question. Our favorite thing McLeod Andrews has apparently been trying to think of answer ever since we started the show along the question of course, is, I know I love that that is commitment, buddy. Thanks for hanging with us. The question, of course. What something you thought you knew that you later found out you were wrong about, and he finally came up with. His answer, and here it is. I used to think that things could be completed. That there was a final state in which they wanted to be like I would. I would tour college campuses with my dad or or discover new city is a kid. I would see construction and I would feel this sense of. That I wasn't getting the real campus. I wasn't seeing the real city because, oh, it's under construction. It's not done yet. And that would frustrate me. I still in coming to grips with it, but things are not ever complete. Everything we see around us is actually in process is a process, and that is actually the truth of of what's around us like there is no, there is no perfect. Well. Holy crud. I know. Wow. Oh, I don't even know what to say. I'm pretty gobsmack. That's fantastic. Good. Yup. Life is a journey. So here's the question one more time. What is something you thought you knew but then found out you were wrong about, let's see if you can come up with something good McLeod it, how about that? And then we'll give you some music like he got clearly I'm wasting my life. I don't even know what I'm doing. No, you're not your life is a journey. Boy, make me smart at marketplace. Dot org is the place to send us those recordings and all of your thoughts which we look forward to reading and thanks, everybody who was already emailed us. Yes. Keep them coming. Make me smart is produced by Cheryl Morris. Our senior producer is tro. Tony Wagner is our digital producer. This week's program was engineered by Daniel Ramirez or theme. Music was composed by that very same. Daniel Ramirez also been holiday. The executive director of on demand round these parts turn EMS senior vice president and general manager is Deborah Clark. That's that's a gobsmack answer that question. Yeah, right. I dislike wanna stick with that one and I love it. Took him a year or so to come up with it because it's worthy. It's it's rivaled only or rivals the one from Norman Lear, which just to remind everybody was I don't. I didn't think I had it in me to kill some. Yup. All right. We're gonna go.
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"I started this business with five hundred dollars, which is nothing I think. And that was just enough to buy thirty jackets to by the appliques to buy the supplies and a one month subscription to a squarespace website. And that was it. You know, I was like working for my parents living room. Literally, my whole business has been started from my parents couch, and it's been a wild wild start. I think the first listed goal I was in was for this platform called remiss glass, let you know Baleno oriented platform, and it was like, whoa, this is reaching a bigger audience at such a short period amount of time. Like I've only been in business for thirty days, and I think that's kind of when I realized maybe people do like the stuff, and maybe this would be something that I should pursue further and kind of say goodbye to all of my design clients.
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"daniel ramirez" Discussed on KOMO
"Enjoying the night definitely noticing the difference between last year and that's pretty mellow and inviting the only demonstration a peaceful international workers celebration at sylvester it's definitely fun by all means for all the people there now may day totally peaceful here olympia keith eldridge come on oilman in a program protect those broad illegally to the united states as children continues for now in seattle us district judge ricardo martinez says he wants more information from the lawyers in the case before he issues a preliminary ruling in the case of a man who's daca status was revoked by the federal government twenty five year old daniel ramirez medina i drew international attention last year it was placed on deportation proceedings even though he did not have a criminal record is due to respond to the government's latest effort to revoke his status by may seventh final decision could soon follow another month another housing law suit brought against city of seattle komo's sue romero tells us the suit challenging the fair chance housing law comes about a month after the first time housing law was ruled unconstitutional i it was the city's first in time housing law that required landlords to accept the first qualified renter that was ruled unconstitutional in march now it's the city's fair chance housing law that aims to protect renters with criminal records from being discriminated against by preventing landlords from asking applicants about criminal history but attorney ethan blevins says that law violates landlords free speech rights and they want it blocked would have the right to say you know what i don't want someone with a violent crime on their record renting apartment next to my other in the city of seattle attorney's office believes the law is constitutional and they plan on defending it three landlords and the rental housing association of washington filed this latest suit against the city sioux romero komo news environmental groups want boeing to stop polluting the.
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on KOMO
"York's laguardia airport to dallas love field aviation reporter jason white at wfan tbn dallas headquarters for southwest airlines don't see something like what happened here where the were the engine disintegrated came apart in flight at thirty two thousand five hundred feet up over central pennsylvania when this happened the faa and the ntsb will of course investigate this among their top questions why did the engine nacelle designed to contain such violent events as a compressor failure or explosion apparently blow apart with enough force to send deadly metal shards into the fuselage pete combs komo news authorities are again trying to deport a twenty five year old doctor recipient they say is a gang member daniel ramirez medina says that's not true was arrested any in feb of last year after six weeks of the northwest detention center into coma ramirez was released and immigration judge said those gang allegations were unfounded but at the northwest immigration rights project attorney matt adams says immigration authorities are again trying to kick ramirez out of the country that very deliberate effort in order to avoid having to recognize that they acted without good cause when they first arrested daniel ramirez is now scheduled for another hearing in federal court may i just days before his daca status runs out starbucks is taking action to address an incident of apparent racial bias komo's charlie harger has the story within eight thousand starbucks locations will shut down the afternoon of may twenty ninth this is the company's attempt to train all its employees about preventing racial bias you'll recall that last week two african american men were arrested at philadelphia starbucks for trespassing even though they were waiting for a friend who arrive the video of the incident quickly went viral.
SUV in river with 2 bodies - World News
"Answers to what else california he is paul taylor republican opening to take diane feinstein's place in the us senate few voters i've ever heard of him but he hopes they will now after he declared himself the leader of the stop sanctuary movement a campaign he says anybody worried about the state of this city should support looking out after the people of san francisco because a lot of people on the street and they're homeless now because they've lost the job their jobs to la these hispanics or illegal people have come here okay not just hispanics many other races okay and and social areas and so we need to do something because i believe in america first a few passersby swore it taylor and his supporters holding end sanctuary city signs despite withering republican criticism the democrats who hold all statewide offices in california and most bay area leadership positions are unwavering in their support for sanctuary policies in san francisco doug sovereign kcbs body pulled from the pacific ocean last week has now been confirmed as that of another child from a family killed when their suv plunged over a cliff in megasea no county the coroner's office at dna analysis confirms the body is that of twelve year old sierra heart investigators determined that parent jennifer hart was drunk and that the crash was intentional toxicology results show jennifer hart's wife and several children had large amounts of a drug in their system that can cause drowsiness toxicology results are still pending for sierra heart she was the fourth of the six children to be recovered the crash happened just days after authorities in washington state opened ed investigation amid allegations that the children were being neglected immigration officials forced by court order to reinstate a mexican man's participation in a program designed to protect those brought to the united states illegally as children are again trying to revoke it daniel ramirez medina drew international attention last year when he was placed in deportation proceedings despite his participation in the deferred action for childhood arrivals program ice reinstated his daca status and work permission in response to february ruling in a federal class action lawsuit in california earlier this month the agency notified ramirez it intends to revoke his status again claiming he admitted to having gang ties in.
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Right that's better one bill and he's the hearing seeming that our producers are going to score this whole thing with all these today though who knows so we've they are they are not in the one who's actually going to have to do the work is go what shut off so we spotify playlist actually go on spotify look for marketplace apm and it's there i honestly just in all in all producer difference i don't know if they're gonna have time to do this but if they're worth anything that will say that we are so awesome there you go oh my god i'm going to tweet number jesus out of this i love it week that's all we got thank you for sticking with us through the stream of consciousness episode of make smart in which there was little to no source material we will see you again so we were the source material you were the source meal yeah awesome episode kids the record i got crap for oh but you are what is that make me smart produce bikers for all insure morris reese senior bruiser tro this week program was engineered by daniel ramirez theme music composed by ben tolliday daniel ramirez executive director of on demand is starting senior vice president deborah clark we gotta go so hard not say metallica right now list he saw it turns we still carry okina oh i'm kidding i'm kidding joke i'm not doing carioca no we're totally going to do that that would be the best meet up ever.
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on KOMO
"The beaten path way off the beaten path as a matter of fact try underwater on the montlake cut we spied some in the water from air four then went back to the site last night it looks like the bikes had been recovered from the water but reach out to the city to find out who is responsible for the cleanup they say it's up to the bike shares of cells we reached out to those companies lime bike got back to a saying their teams are on concept patrol together abused vandalized or mistreated bikes in the public is encouraged to report them president trump gathering top law enforcement officials to speak against sanctuary cities seattle is such one such city and the president wants to cut funding to cities and states that don't cooperate with immigration officers to go into the sanctuary cities when they see him they go there because they feel they're safe and in many cases they are very bad actors we have gang members we have predators rapistkillers a lot of bad people the president has repeatedly said he wants to cut off federal funding to sanctuary cities all across the country including here in washington governor inslee efforts to protect people from immigration sweeps could be having unintended consequences as we hear from komo's jennifer sullivan all boils down to something like this how to stop the arrest of some by the feds simply because of their immigration status brother because he didn't want to see my dad daniel ramirez medina was picked up by immigrations and customs enforcement in des moines's last year in reaction to pressure by the trump administration to enforce immigration laws governor jay inslee in january ordered the state department of licensing to stop releasing personal information to the feds the latest turn last week local police departments were told by the state patrol they can no longer use people's social security numbers to search dol database nor will deal well give social security numbers to officers trying to figure out the identity of an uncooperative suspect police say it's a knee jerk reaction they will only end badly it's a big deal because there's only so many ways we can identify somebody who really just want to give us any information social security numbers one that you need to that individual and it gives us a really good idea of whether that person is who they say.
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on KOMO
"Confirm identities or run background checks come with jennifer sullivan explained all boils down to something like this how to stop the arrest of someone by the feds simply because of their immigration status brother just because he didn't want to say they haven't learned for my dad daniel ramirez medina was picked up by immigrations and customs enforcement in des moines's last year in arrest caught on video by his brother in reaction to pressure by the trump administration to enforce immigration laws governor jay inslee in january ordered the state department of licensing or dol to stop releasing personal information to the feds the latest turn last week local police departments were told by the state patrol they can no longer use people's social security numbers to search the l database nor will deal well give social security numbers to officers trying to figure out the identity of an uncooperative suspect police say it's a knee jerk reaction they will only end badly it's a big deal because there's only so many ways we can identify somebody it really doesn't want to give us any information police say they used social security numbers to properly identify suspects who might not have fingerprints on file security numbers one that you need to that individual and it gives us a a really good idea of whether that person has who they say they are police also use social security numbers when performing a mental health background check on someone applying for a firearms license jennifer sullivan komo news nordstrom says it has ended buyout talks with family members of the company's founders saying that it couldn't get the group to raise its price earlier.
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Roy different dude a loved having him on the show event or hoyfield came on the program i vetter holyfield i wants to interview with him in vegas back in the day and the condition of the interview was and again like all the interviews that you here on this show our live when you hear me talking to somebody is alive back when we did those shows those boxing shows on remote once in a while i would take the interviews and say as much the condition of that interview the first time i interviewed van rooi field the condition was you'll he'll do it but he's doing it during a pedicure if you wanted talked to him interview him during a pedicure damn really but is footwork was important is feet were important i literally interviewed evancho hoyfield in a spa in vegas while he was getting his feet done how about this there was another tv interview i did wants no names mentioned nfl hall of famer did wanted lotion for his feet before the tv interview he was wearing sandals true story who bet you samara knows who that is by makeup artist i think she was there for that i don't think this crew is there for that the radio guys we're not it was kind of a weird ask that a lot of athletes ask for weird things over the years but a truly great nfl hall of famer asking for a foot navia for whatever was he was looking for that was a different kind of ask toes foot navia it is made that up you can go without if you want for foot libya his tweets from daniel ramirez is is hot serious now this is in a secretary position for a small business this is the freaking jungle get it together at the end why bozo tweets maybe you should hire an ep that has a knowledge of sports and not knowledge on being gay hipster doofus in his defence he's a really good producer really good and he's worked on a number of shows maybe known as big as this one or maybe you could argue that he has hawke knows radio cold hawk is an excellent producer if you work here you need away at work the.
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"This is marketplace unkind rizzo we've got a new project going on a long thing ten years later look back at the financial crisis and the great recession that followed and how they changed this country we're calling it divided decade it today a couple of three people who were in their twenties and early thirties now which means that had to make some pretty important decisions back in the face of the crisis my name is maria hauling horst my name is daniel ramirez my name is saruman and as i was fifteen years old i was twenty three years old i was fourteen years old on the financial crisis hit i remember overhearing my parents talking about how their 401 k my dad's 401 k had had dropped lot my parents were clearly like upset about it and my mom said we're gonna eat more spaghetti now i remember going to the bank with my aunt and standing in line and her telling me i have to take my money out before it closes everyone was panic and everyone in mind look panic i don't want to own a house some day that's not as important to me as i think it was for my parents and for people in other generations i just think that my generation has different values having one place that my kids can grow up in that's important to me and it's important that my kids can grow up in a place that they can call home i would love to have a house like one i grew up in like a backyard and a couple of rooms.
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on KOMO
"And her senior after being treated machine carrying reports at eleven forty four i'm kierra jordan on komo news here's your forecast for the south point good for mostly cloudy sky some scattered showers is wellknown showers supporting heavy at times given to the mid day in the afternoon obtaining a temperature is in the low fifty used going for another round of loaded mid50s tomorrow it is saturday not as wet but we do begin to get wet yet again uh that's on sunday and monday of next week i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center bits of steady at forty eight downtown all morning law that's where rats right now all over thirty six others of clouds and led like showers an unusual accident in the city of still call me leaded one person in the hospital this morning the person was dragged underneath a truck as the driver was pulling away at north bend way and stone quarry worked with the driver and police say the driver mistakenly thought the victim had gotten into the truck that person may have two broken legs comas frank lenzi a federal judge in a lawsuit by a 24yearold mexican man who was arrested despite his participation in a program protecting knows brought into the us illegally as children can proceed daniel ramirez medina was held at a federal facility in tacoma by six weeks despite having no criminal record and participating in the socalled daca program he challenged the government's decision to strip him of the protections the justice department asked dismissed saying granting daca protection is up to the government the judge agreed with a saying there was proof that agents didn't follow the protocols tripping those protections new this morning the big news for boeing a chinese airline agrees to buy three hundred airplanes at a deal valued at around thirty seven billion the deal would include the purchase of two hundred sixty seven thirty seven.
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"To their story maybe they've had a loved one who's passed away and they've gone bankrupt because of healthcare costs is there anything wrong with me sitting and listening to their story and being able to enter into their experience and their journey and being able to at least a firm to them while that is horrible i wonder what a solution might be to address this problem but to many times we're off to the races and we're ready to say oh light don't believe in socialism and and that's great but can we stop just for a moment to enter into somebody else's life experience even if we're going to disagree about how to solve the problem can we just park there for a bit and say hey i know you've gone through a tough time will this is a tall order for some people it really is because it's easier not to care and just to focus on our positions believe me and and can i just say i'm speaking as a guilty man because in many ways i've done this spiritually politically socially but i'm working on it let's talk about the streamer story washington times story legal immigrant dreamers who were granted protections under the obama era daca deportation amnesty now let's pas a moment here how did this happen how did daca happen what's act of congress brought about daca well i think you correctly answered the question there was no such thing this was essentially an edict from president barack obama think about this a judges affirming edict by a president folks were closer to dictatorship then we realise but i'll go on these dreamers who are granted these protections are entitled to due process rights with the government tried to revoke their status this is a ruling from a judge good involves a 24yearold seems daniel ramirez medina sneered by immigration agents who came to arrest his illegal immigrant father but also picked up mr medina when they believed he was gang member his legal case one of a number of challenges by dreamers who say the trump administration has been arbitrary in trying to revoke their protections from the daca program here's my question on what legal basis on what legal basis were these protections provided is there in legitimate legal basis so as.
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on Big Time Dicks
"And so now a criminal alien it that is defined to be even someone who's charged with the non violent crime and it used to be only someone who is charged with violent crime the new policies well according to the new york times publicise crimes by undocumented immigrants strip such emigrants of privacy protections enlist local police officers as enforcers erect new detention facilities discourage asylum seekers and ultimately speed up deportations among other things the new rules could also direct that parents and guardians who help their children emigrate to the us illegally could be prosecuted even deported for now people who are here under daca who are brought to the united states as young children will not be targeted according to the dhs unless they commit crimes but had even believe that if they i may end it's not news but like the thing is that you know this is a we're already seeing this happened so it's really hard to to believe officials when they say that oh well this small group of people will not be targeted because they are already being targeted suffer the operator shering like just a week and a half ago a 23yearold named daniel ramirez medina who is an unknown he was an undocumented immigrants from mexico but he's legally protected by dhaka he was arrested in seattle and then last week the el paso times reported that federal agents arrested a transgender woman who is getting a protective order against domestic violence and she believes that it was her abuser who called agents on her so basically we have these new guidelines that are expanding the current set of rules and policies but we have a lot of there are a lot of things that are still unclear about the current sat and there's not a lot of confidence that people who are currently legally protected are going to remain legally protected going forward just about that domestic violence.
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on KOMO
"Most is invited sliding to come out that the tension for the manager how my lots of protesters out here tonight i've made i mean supported and it's some of them chanting in english and spanish saying he were not alone let him i never seen him at all you do nothing wrong roger adding i know still doesn't understand why ice agents arrested he's employee he antonio were in the air senior vice a one of my great is employees why they took from there's a son daniel ramirez medina an why i rest danny when he don't know history but i says agents came to the ramirez home friday because of a warren tell for antonio remain areas if down daniel ramirez medina there and in fifteen confessed to being again remember but his attorneys argue that agents i said to him put aside this allege confession do you have any independent per operating evidence and that daniel had any involvement with the gang any said to me we're not aware of anything daniels said that he was pressure mark rosenbaum says ramirez medina is protected from deep or take shin under number or a program doctor allows an documented immigrants who came to the us is children to gain worker mets the undergo careful screen by homeland security beason exiting cause cells spoke to him today and he's looking forward to it is the process of an intense coming forward and looking torched actually to being able to walk out attention centers protesters here so here demanding amusement because for many hits close to home if it'll i was going to play so i just one is here in again daniel daniel ramirez brother the red on friday because you never hear the is case will go for it oh boy the adult hide a more life this is an thank you tonight immigration in customs enforcement is responding to rumors that and aggression checkpoints are being set up around our air yeah i says it does not conduct a random checkpoints or random sweeps make all the reports false dangerous and irresponsible seattle schools and now declare their campus is safe and welcoming tall students regardless of race religion or immigration status we something he's.
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"That protestor does gathered last night on tacoma's tight flats outside the northwest attention center all because of be arrest the twenty three year old daniel ramirez medina andrew it's a lot of these yeah only two doesn't mustard ten disappointed he's a dream run came here illegally at eight seven eventually given to work permit during the about it missed ration under at the dream act but of course he ends up getting arrested during a rave that wasn't after him the rate was actually after his dad his dad is a convicted felon he was the por did in the past so he was the i don't know if what he's a term victim he was the recipient of a very specific and targeted right now prepared to just go quietly into the night we're going to put up a fight we're not backing down so that's one of the protestors are not going to back down and specifically one of the reasons why they'd be sitting on a back down is there a lot of people who are here under the dream after protected under the dream at meaning they were of right here as a child illegally so no to know fault of their own they didn't choose to make this every other here really they don't know his helmet which i came yeah so there are people like this woman speaking to carson like look i am also here and of the dream back and i'm worried that could have been that could it anyway that kind of been any of my friends that i now but seen now when this maybe we don't know the background of this woman because it would only of been you you would be him right now if you're an actual felon or again ever.
"daniel ramirez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Here illegally as a child that's the only crime that he committed his name is daniel ramirez medina he was given work permit during the obama administration as far as we know he was off bryce to be in this country now he's in federal custody because he was caught up in a rate now i don't know he had if this was just a mistake and we've seen mistakes be made and i understand mistakes getting made like if you're going into a targeted rave again someone you know has some sort of felony there with someone else who's here illegally yes are going to arrests everyone in that room was here illegally it that that is just part of the deal i says now suggesting as of not too long ago that he had some sort of ties two games now if that's true i have no sympathy right if he is legitimately a part of the game and he's currently posing a threat yeah that you should we should not feel bad i don't care that he's a dream that is immaterial to this because he is a game member if that's true if it's not true and it simply a mistake he got caught up i have sympathy and i think he should be released i don't think that we should be simply going after people where here illegally unless they've committed a crime showing that they're not really interested in being a part of this community in a meaningful way i just was one speak again about the the first guy and why this is back from a law enforcement that perspective is that you need to keep bowl to come to you if something is going on in the neighborhood if the theory is if we go two and contact the cops and that means that someone down the street or my own core my brother gets deport it even though they're not necessarily involved they just get swept up an investigation and sent back to whatever country they came from that's going to kick that's going to make them not want to contact because there's no indication that that's happening yeah and someone who is who got caught up the messes actually getting to point i haven't seen a single instance of that happening i have seen instances of people getting arrested but i have no instance that i've seen yet and i don't think you seen one either where they're actually getting departed that they're only crime.