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Morgan Freeman interviews police recruits in Alabama town

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Morgan Freeman interviews police recruits in Alabama town

"A famous actor is helping officials in his part time home to interview new police recruits imagine having to pass muster for job with Oscar winning actor Morgan Freeman that was the scenario for a batch of police recruits in the Alabama beach town of Gulf shores Freeman lives there part time and he sat in on one of the board meetings that was reviewing possible new hires the deputy chief of the police department says a sometimes has residents take part in the screening recruits and when Freeman heard about the opportunity he volunteered to help the actor kept it low key wearing a hat and sitting back in his chair eventually he did reveal himself and the deputy chief says it was a big surprise for those who didn't recognize him at least some of those recruits will be able to say that they got Freeman's approval I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney Describes Son's Death at the Hands of an Illegal Immigrant

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney Describes Son's Death at the Hands of an Illegal Immigrant

"Bless you. Agnes give on you welcome back in studio. Thank you my pleasure so tell us what brought you here. What's the event that's occurring right now. I'm here with fair. they have. they're holding an event. Called few to fire were several injure families angel moms and dads are having interviews to tell their story and as you know dr gorka my son ronald was not the only murder victim. So let's watch hold it up a little bit higher. We've got video feed as well so your here. You are fighting the good fight because of people like ronald desilva. We'll show the other photographs in a moment in a moment. Talked to those who are not familiar with with your story tell. The story of ronald ronald was murdered by previously deported. Criminal illegal alien. Who had a long history of arrests and he was deported and came back to the united states got arrested and the judge did nothing other than sentenced him to three weeks in jail and released him on probation in about a year later he murdered my son he intended to shoot someone else and unfortunately got my son. What happened to this individual. Who killed your son ronald immediately. He fled to mexico and The police found out that his girlfriend was depositing her welfare check at the credit union. In omani where my husband was deputy chief of police and so they would were threatening to take cook children away if she didn't tell him to come back so eventually the second time they went down to pick him up. He turned himself in the second. The second time and was sentenced unfortunately by very liberal judge and la county who pleaded with him to take a plea bargain from first or second degree murder down voluntary

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FBI Joins Hunt for Killer Who Stabbed Woman in Atlanta Park

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

FBI Joins Hunt for Killer Who Stabbed Woman in Atlanta Park

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting the FBI joins the hunt for a killer who stabbed a woman in an Atlanta park the FBI has joined in the investigation of the fatal stabbing of a park Gordon Georgia who was walking her dog forty year old Catherine Janice was found dead in Atlanta's Piedmont park around one AM Wednesday police said her dog was also killed Atlanta police deputy chief Charles Hampton said Janice had been stabbed multiple times and he described the scene as gruesome investigators are offering a ten thousand dollar reward for information regarding the slaying so far investigators have no motive for the killing hi Mike Crossey up

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Woman Fatally Stabbed While Walking Dog in Atlanta Park

Word on the Street

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Woman Fatally Stabbed While Walking Dog in Atlanta Park

"Stunned by the mysterious murder of a woman and her dog at one of Atlanta's most popular parks. What a gracious heart she had absolutely beautiful. That's how some Facebook posters remember 40 year old Katie Janice, a bartender at Campagnolo Restaurant in Midtown, she and her dog Bowie fatally stabbed during a post dinner walk Tuesday at Piedmont Park. Leaving park goers shaken. I mean to kill someone. You have to not be right to begin with and then to take a little dog. It's awful. In Atlanta police deputy chief called the scene gruesome and notes. There's a five figure reward to find their killer. Veronica Waters,

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Health Official: Blue Jays Trending Toward Return to Canada

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Health Official: Blue Jays Trending Toward Return to Canada

"Canada's deputy chief public health officer says the Toronto Blue Jays returned to their home ballpark is trending in a very good direction although he would not say when an announcement would be made about the jays return to Rogers centre the blue jays to play their home games this year in Florida and buffalo because the U. S. Canada border remains closed to non essential travel Major League Baseball needs an exemption for games to be played in Canada because not all players and team staff have been vaccinated against cove in nineteen the jays have applied for the exemption and hope to start playing in Toronto by July thirtieth I'm Dave very

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Illinois Man Arrested for Abducting 13-Year-Old Girl in Georgia

Anna Davlantes

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

Illinois Man Arrested for Abducting 13-Year-Old Girl in Georgia

"Registered sex offender is behind bars in Springfield after Before driving to Georgia to pick her up and bring her to his home in Springfield. Here's deputy chief of Springfield police Josh Stunkel, definitely a danger. If your Children are communicating via the Internet and social media apps, you know, make sure that they are aware of who they're talking to that they're not providing, um specific information, such as their name and their address things that would put them in danger. Spain is in custody and the Cinnamon county jail. Prosecutors reviewing evidence before filing

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Mainstream Media Cannot Underestimate Who Iran's President-Elect Ebrahim Raisi Is

Mark Levin

01:49 min | 5 months ago

Mainstream Media Cannot Underestimate Who Iran's President-Elect Ebrahim Raisi Is

"Racy is also likely to succeed the ailing Ali Khamenei. In other words, run the whole country is the supreme leader. Is deeply describing record in mindset, Warren Close examination. So who is this guy racy? Has it been reported on any cable news program has been reported on any network news program. Course not. Raisi became an Islamist ideologue as a teen studying in the seminary in Qom. After the revolution when he was only 19 years old and lacking any university education. He was appointed as a prosecutor. Rising over the following four decades to fill the positions of attorney general keep a deputy chief justice and, most recently, chief justice. Iran's theocratic dictatorship. Most notably racy, was one of four members of a death committee. Responsible for the 1988 execution of thousands and thousands of Iranian prisoners of conscience in the space of a few months. The ideologically motivated mass executions constituted both at crime against humanity and genocide, a cleansing of religious infidels, according to international human rights expert Geoffrey Robertson. It was a massacre, he says comparable with those that shrimp Branca And Kate and Forest. Raisi would typically spend only a few minutes with each prisoner. Some young Children. Asking them questions to test their allegiance to radical Islam. The prisoners, mostly leftist revolutionaries, who would help bring the regime to power typically refused to feign loyalty, even after prolonged and brutal torture. Which in some cases, was personally directed and overseen by racing himself. It's estimated that a minimum

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New Fallout Over the Hiring for the Columbus Assistant Police Chief Job

Mark Levin

00:23 sec | 6 months ago

New Fallout Over the Hiring for the Columbus Assistant Police Chief Job

"T V N, pushing back on new leadership in the Columbus Division of Police. Not long after a lane Bryant was named to be the new chief of Columbus police there was reporting on a new position of assistant chief to be filled by her colleague from the Detroit Police Department. Luciana Pots now Columbus deputy chief, Ken Keebler has filed papers for the Civil Service Commission to review that move, ABC six is reporting that he is among those who were being considered for

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"deputy chief" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

05:36 min | 6 months ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Because she's very detailed about their training and their operations and how did and so it seems there's twin purposes here one is to make sure the full history as much as you can of world war two is known and also How at that time. A lot of these women were told by the military. Now which don't have a space for you or some other excuse and they were so committed to the cause and the the idea that they could do the job if they found a way to serve whether it was in uniform or some other way or they started when they were very young and Some of them who were resistance might have been seventeen or eighteen. And perhaps they didn't quite know what all of this would mean until the at first let's sing in the club and powell around with a group of buddies and and after we all go as we all go home from the club. We're gonna steal the weapons from some nazis if they left them on their bicycles or let the air out of the tires of their truck and and that it became more serious from there and so by the time they were smuggling jewish children and whole families out of the country it was deadly serious thinking. We're gonna talk more about this In just a moment. I'm greg columbus. This is veterans chronicles. Where speaking with retired. Us army major general. Mary kay eater and the book is the girls who stepped out of line. This veterans chronicles. I'm greg columbus join today in studio by the. Us army major general. Mary kay eater. She is the author of the girls who stepped out of line. We've been talking about this book now for the past several minutes and This is probably an unfair question. But do you have a favorite of these Fifteen stories of the women who Help to save the allies and To rescue People in trouble in world war two. I have a different favorite every day. And as i was them each one that i was working on with my favorite and certainly they have all taught me things too. I had a greater appreciation for the challenges of my own career through learning about what they went through and i think seeing their persistence and their ability to handle major challenges was a real real leadership lesson for me just in reading this and i don't know you can read this book just for the the history of it and in fact i think i had a couple of reviews already. I've seen that said well. The last part of the book that talks about their legacy into today. That seemed like an agenda. Well it is because they did have a definite effect on where we are. They built the path maybe right after the war. That path wasn't followed. That's everyone tried to return to normal with nine million men coming home. We're in uniform and about half a million women. That was a big move to get all of these people out of europe in from the pacific back home and restarted in normal life so it presented its own challenges but they have had a definite effect on every generation from alice marble the tennis star. Who coached billie jean king. Who coached serena williams. Who has helped cocoa goff now. They have touched every generation going forward and that lesson realizing it kind of blew me away. The alice marble story stuck with me. It's the first one and and right out of the gate..

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"deputy chief" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

04:39 min | 6 months ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Reserve trial. Attorney might have done hundreds so there isn't experience difference that perhaps sometimes we don't realize because of doing certain tasks over and over whereas in the active army you're much more of a generalist than perhaps you are for some things in the reserves general. Let's pause again. We'll be right back with much more with retired. Us army major general. Mary kay eater and we'll also be talking about her book. The girls who stepped out of line. We'll be right back. I'm greg columbus and this is veterans. Chronicles this veterans chronicles. I'm greg columbus honored to be joined today by retired. Us army major general. Mary kay eater. We've been talking about her to the us army that lasted thirty six years in communications In very high position in commanding the reserves. We're also going to be getting her thoughts on The cyber challenges facing the united states in terms of national security. And we'll spend the bulk of the rest of our conversation. Talking about her new book the girls who stepped out of line untold stories of the women who changed the course of world war two and i cannot recommend the book highly enough the stories In the girls who stepped out of line it will absolutely key amazed general eater as You rose through the ranks. You obviously Could i'm sure see major changes from when you first joined back in the nineteen seventies now that you were in a position to implement or at least advocate for a great amount of change What did you focus on As it pertained to two women and also the reserves one of the things. I have always kept in mind as i progressed beyond the level of colonel. Frankly that was. My goal was to get to colonel anything beyond that. I had no concept that it could or would occur but when it did my focus was how will this matter to the people at ground level. What does this do for them. And when will they see a result from this if you change your policy up here. It's like rain on the roof and by the time it comes out through the downspouts. See a drop. So how do we make this relevant to the people on the ground level. so that's that's what my advocacy was. Four and as general officer was why i wanted to stay was to make that difference. If been said by some you may agree with us that The more some folks advance up the chain of command. They are perceived to lose touch with those who are actually on the ground. What did you do to try to make sure that that did not happen. And what you were advocating for was actually relevant to the people who would be doing the fighting. One of the things you do is maintain your contacts so i never lost contact with the people at the eightieth division..

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"deputy chief" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

Veterans Chronicles

04:09 min | 6 months ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles

"Alchemy veterans chronicles. I'm greg columbus our guest. This week is retired. Us army major. General mary kay eater. She served thirty six years in the army and while there she commanded at the company battalion brigade and division levels. She also held some of the most critical communications positions in the army and she was also the top official when it came to the us army reserves. She has now a sought after speaker and is the author of multiple books. Our latest is entitled the girls who stepped out of line untold stories of the women who changed the course of world war two and general eater. Thank you very much for being with us. It's great to be here thank you. Where were you born and raised. I was born in grove city pennsylvania which is about fifty miles north of pittsburgh. And that's where. I grew up any history of military service in your family. My brother was drafted in vietnam and he served for about two years and then left the army but a very competitive kit and if he can do it i could do it. So that was the motivation. That was a motivation. Originally i was fifteen and so you went to edinboro pennsylvania and was that an rotc opportunity there at that time it was at other universities in the area so what i did was achieve a direct commission. At that time they were commissioning people directly into the army. They are now into certain specialties. Like cyber but at that time. I was commissioned into the women's army corps yes it still existed and was there for about another year after i came in. And so you graduated. I believe was in nineteen. Seventy seven yes. He went on active duty. And so where did you go from there well. My degree was in english. I wanted to get into journalism in the army public relations public affairs. I didn't know that that was not a entry level specialty. So I was given instead was the army signal corps and put into communications electronics. So i went to the basic course as a former english major with about seventy five west point graduates with degrees in engineering so it was.

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19-Year-Old Former Employee Identified as FedEx Shooting Gunman

The World

01:18 min | 8 months ago

19-Year-Old Former Employee Identified as FedEx Shooting Gunman

"Three mass shootings this year. The latest has resulted in nine deaths, including the shooters. It happened at a FedEx facility near the Indianapolis airport shortly before midnight yesterday. Today, police have identified the gunman and joining us now with more is reporter Jill Sheridan from member station W F Y I welcome I think you also so I understand. The shooter is a former employee of FedEx. That's correct. Police. A 19 year old Brandon Hole has been identified as the shooter. Now he was a FedEx employees as recently as last year. Ah hope was not working there now. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department deputy chief Craig. My card says detectives working with the FBI have no search tolls home and have issued other warrants. So now the work really begins trying to establish some of that and you see if we can figure out some sort of motive in this, but we don't have that right now. So whole has had contact with local law enforcement officials who seized in a legal gun from him last year. It was last night that whole carrying a rifle began shooting randomly outside the FedEx facility where four people were killed in the parking lot. He then entered the building where police say he randomly shot and killed another four people before turning the gun on himself. What is the status of the investigation at this

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Journalists allowed inside facility for migrant children at US-Mexico border

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Journalists allowed inside facility for migrant children at US-Mexico border

"The Biden administration for the first time allowed news media inside of Customs and Border protection facility facing unprecedented overcrowding due to the recent surge of migrant Children and families. Media were allowed inside a temporary tent facility and Donna Texas, Border Patrol deputy chief Raul Ortiz told ABC officers are doing what they can. We've got some caregivers that you know, are pouring their heart and soul working 12 hours and days, seven days a week to make sure that the unaccompanied Children are being taken care of the facility meant to hold 250 people had a population of more than 4100 as of

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First News Media Allowed Inside Overcrowded Migrant Facility Under Biden

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

First News Media Allowed Inside Overcrowded Migrant Facility Under Biden

"To manage the flow of unaccompanied migrant Children, says Border Patrol deputy chief for All Ortiz. We want to keep Children in our custody longer than we have to, So if we can reduce that time that they're in our custody and transfer them to the other agencies, I think that will make us a much better agency, The Biden administration for the first time allow journalists inside its main border housing facility for migrant Children, revealing Severe overcrowding. N B. A

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Extra police dispatched in Miami to control spring break crowds

Coast to Coast AM

00:26 sec | 8 months ago

Extra police dispatched in Miami to control spring break crowds

"Patrolling the streets of Miami as the area prepares for spring break crowds. At a news conference Friday, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez warned that rowdy crowds and lawlessness would not be tolerated. Deputy Chief Ronald Pas Pierre says if you are here to vacation and create memories than you're welcome, however, we're not gonna tolerate any disorder. If you wanna come over here, too. Those Those problems problems to to damage damage property. property. We We will will be be enforcing enforcing the the law law and and we we will will be be holding holding people people accountable. accountable. The The same same

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Miami Deputy Chief  Warns 'We Will be Holding People Accountable'

Coast to Coast AM

00:26 sec | 9 months ago

Miami Deputy Chief Warns 'We Will be Holding People Accountable'

"The streets of Miami as the area prepares for spring break crowds. At a news conference Friday. Miami Mayor Francis War is warned that rowdy crowds and lawlessness would not be tolerated. Deputy Chief Ronald Papier says if you are here to vacation and create memories than you're welcome, however, we're not gonna tolerate any disorder if you wanna come over here, too. Cause problems to damage property. We will be enforcing the law and we will be holding people accountable. The same

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Malik Aziz to be next police chief for Prince George?s County

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

Malik Aziz to be next police chief for Prince George?s County

"After Prince George's counties. Previous police chief resigned last June amid claims of discrimination inside the department. A national search has been under way for a new top cop there, and today, the county executive announced her pick I have selected Deputy chief Malik Aziz, who is deputy chief for the police department in Dallas, Texas, to be our next chief of police. He's a 29 year veteran of the Dallas Police Force. Who county executive Angela also, Burke says, has an unblemished record. No monitor to receive that selection and stand before you one thing he plans to focus on. We often talk about community policing. In crime reduction and to me, they're one in the same they do not exist without the other Also is. The police department faces a lawsuit claiming unfair treatment for some minority officers without commenting on the case. He says he plans to hear from all his officers. Every officer will have equity in this system. Mike Murillo w T. O P. News. The County

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Dallas Deputy Chief Tapped to Run Prince George's County Police

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

Dallas Deputy Chief Tapped to Run Prince George's County Police

"Also Brooke, announcing the next chief of police for the county and after this long and thorough process, I am very proud to announce today that I have selected deputy chief Malik Aziz, who is deputy chief for the police department in Dallas, Texas, to be our next chief of Police County executive also Brooks, noting Chief Aziz this commitment to community policing his leadership in the National Black Police Association and advocacy for police Reform. We know we acknowledge me. Have never hidden from the fact that we also have a very serious issues in our department similar to other departments across the nation. Barbara Brute W E Mail

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Canadian tried in China on spy charges, no verdict announced yet

America's First News Show

01:15 min | 9 months ago

Canadian tried in China on spy charges, no verdict announced yet

"On Friday put on trial one of two Canadians held for more than two years in apparent retaliation for Canada's arrest of a senior Chinese telecom executive candidates that its consular officials were refused permission to attend the proceedings against Michael Spay. Ver, who is accused of Stealing state secrets. Jim Nicoll is the Canadian embassies, deputy chief of mission. And foreign diplomats from eight countries that have traveled to Dandong to demonstrate their support for Michael's favor. Michael Pro pro break and to register their opposition to arbitrary detention way are very pleased that the United States has shown support for Michael. Barbara and Michael Covert. We're working closely with the United States as well. Two secure the immediate release of Michael's fabric, Michael Covert, and S. So we're hopeful that in some measure this trial made to lead to their immediate release did not. The Intermediate People's Court of Dandong said it held a closed door hearing against Spay ver on Charges of spying and illegally sending state secrets abroad and will announce the verdict at a later time.

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Chicago mayor proposes search warrant changes after botched raid

John Williams

01:26 min | 9 months ago

Chicago mayor proposes search warrant changes after botched raid

"Mayor life it unveil major reforms to what CPD does with a search warrant process. Following the botched raid of Anjanette Young's home in 2019 life. It says the new policy, then advised box raves requires they be reported immediately to supervisors, something that did not happen in the case of engine at young. We haven't heard a peep. From the inspector general on this issue. Where's he been? Same thing regarding Copa opened up an investigation in November of 19 and it for far as I can tell, did nothing for over a year until the video of Anjanette Young burst onto the scene. Under the plan, all warrants need to be approved by a deputy chief or higher. Female officer needs to be present for the execution of a warrant, and all officers must have their body cameras turned on the executive order, which is the form it is taking. Is open to public comment. Mayor Lightfoot actions are being looked at by 49th Ward Alderman Maria Haddon. She wants a public hearing in my opinion that someone prior to elected office but my career working on participatory democracy and and reopen unity engagement. I think it's a bit of a backwards process. You know, handing someone a finished product and asking for comment. Hadn't joined you Gone goes afternoon news

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Chicago Police Department To Begin Tracking Wrong Raids Resulting From Faulty Information In Search Warrants

John Williams

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago Police Department To Begin Tracking Wrong Raids Resulting From Faulty Information In Search Warrants

"Rules on search warrants are being unveiled this morning by Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown and Mayor Lightfoot. The aim is to prod, try and prevent a wrong rates like the raid at the home of Engine eight young that left the A woman naked for 40 minutes while police searched her home among some of the new policies, warrants must now be approved by a deputy chief or above. That is three weeks ranks higher than the current requirement that all warned to be approved by a lieutenant or above. There will also be the need to have a female officer and lieutenant or higher present. While serving search warrant. All wrong raids must be reported immediately. The mayor plans to hold a public comment period on those changes.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I didn't have to think about them anymore, and I'll talk to people about her any time they want, but I don't have to think about it. So that's why I started writing the book. And then the publisher told me I think you've got two more books in you. And he was right there. Great. They really worked on the thing is, Is it really Supports the whole aspect of that triad of health. That spiritually mental emotional side is so important and that's another part of it and put that with the chemistry and sure it's going to boost up fills physical side. Just just if we boost up two sides of it's gonna boost up the third. All right, And that's just awesome. And These are the reasons you're the reason Phil that I was inspired to do this product I didn't set out to make a product. I love being a doctor. But when it when it hit me, I thought I need to do this about like you, did you You need to write those books. Right, right. I had to put the first book. The title of the first book has left her tears and muffled drums. I had to put last there are Nah, because I had to put some funny stuff because It was just too many tears. You know? Yes. Yeah, but it's wonderful. But I was having a depression. And that was before 9 11 That was the 10 years before 9 11 from night. 1919 91 to 2001, then 9 11 hit That was like I was supposed to work that day. I work the day before. And which was my birthday, September 10th. And that was relieved by two of my best friends sent us Cross who was battalion chief in my division. Trying, Commander and he was acting deputy that night, so I was relieved It's six o'clock. On Monday night. By Dennis and Timmy Stackpole, who was a captain and Timmy's rode with him because there was no place from toe work. Everybody every Every unit was covered. So when that happens and captain is assigned to work, he rides with the deputy chief, and that's what happened. That morning, there wrote together and I never saw them again. Phil, can you just give us the name of the book's really quickly in succession? The first book is last, their tears and muffled drums. The second book is bringing everybody home. Which is a chief's. That's his fondest wishes to bring everybody home, and the third book is the last true hero. Which is like a homage to all firefighters. Thank you for your service to New York City filled. That's just we're beyond grateful to you never pay that back. It's always such a great pleasure to speak with you, Dr Howard and Susan Howard from balance of Nature and talk about the beautiful benefits of the fruits and veggies in the fiber and spice, the whole health system and just so much about what good nutrition means and what it could mean for everyone's life. No matter what age..

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"deputy chief" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That there were hundreds of officers who are spewing hatred. And did nothing to uncover the identity of those officers. When asked how to address this kind of problem, the NYPD responded with a statement explaining that Deputy Inspector James Coble, the officer named in the report. Has been placed on modified assignment while the investigation proceeds. Dr. Robert Caine is author of Jammed Up Bad Cops, Police Misconduct in the New York City Police Department, he says tow understand the police. You need to know their history first organized police forces in United States slave patrols, and so they were organized around the idea of capturing and controlling black slaves. Kane says. As a result, today, we've inherited some structural racism, stop and frisk or use of force, which tends to be used more against African Americans. One strategy to improve policing has been to hire from within the community that's being policed. Lou writer was deputy chief of police when he retired from the LAPD after 20 years. He says. Now he questions the strategy. I'm stepping back now. And I'm saying once you become a police officer, once you go through the academy, it doesn't matter what color you are. You become blue. Ellington user by the name of James Coble didn't respond to a message sent to him. But Kobol has reportedly denied being close. Oh, Sally, her ship's NPR news. And there's a lot to sort out when it comes to this election for the very latest news on recounts lawsuits.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

Unstructured Interviews

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

"So you know it's not unusual today to see all these agencies working together. Hand in glove too saw a unique problem. Now you did mention before I watched interviews with you too in addition to the reading I. Believe of one of these lectures you were answering questions and you mentioned that one of the problems we have though is There are no first generation Somalis in the FBI. An example that you used or Sudanese or somebody like that, and the reason was that they couldn't vet them to give him a clearance. So then we're losing the talent of people who could be absolutely patriotic. But they can't be cleared to actually do the intelligence. Can you elaborate on that a little bit sure if you look at well when I joined the State Department Diplomatic Security Service, you know most of the agents we had very few women We had very few African Americans, I think in my. Class There were two African American agents maybe just one if memory serves me right I'm going back a few years now. And so you had you had an organization like ours that was. Everybody look like me and you're not going to be infiltrating Hezbollah or Al. Qaeda looking like me and so if you look at a part of the counter terrorism problems that are confronting our country today. You take a melting pot like New York City in The New York City intelligence division of the NYPD. has done a good job of bringing in various. Ethnic groups of minorities to work different problems, and that's how when you start looking at. Our counterterrorism problems across the country why the FBI has taken some local and state police officers in under their joint terrorism task force capacity. Because organizations have reached out and hired local cops that are representative of the communities that they live and work in have grown up in. And the US government clearance process is really very old school kind of Cold War fixated on. I've got to investigate Burton's. Parents just in case he Soviet spies they weren't. You know my dad was a coal miner from West Virginia. But my point is that people they they go back that far and they look in becomes very, very problematic to try to investigate. A. First Generation American. That might have immigrated here from Somalia or the Sudan or Lebanon. So that's part of the challenged when it comes to just hiring good people..

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"deputy chief" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

Unstructured Interviews

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

"And he was surely motivated by money If you look at the the mice, he just so happened to be that kind of paid hitman that was a very useful tool of the Soviet Union at that time you know to help create all this chaos around the globe. He also was motivated a little bit I think by his fame and Robert Ludlum helped him along with the Bourne identity which kind of added to his legend, his name itself was pulled from what Frederick Forsyth's that was left in the hotel room. Yeah? Day of the Jackal. Is a great read by the way. Okay. Awesome. Well, any espionage that you recommend think would be definitely high in the list. Yeah. The day of the Jackal still resonates today and it's always on my. Mind reading list is a recommended read for any any student of protection or security because. Remember remembers this famous quote about all. All Big Manhattan bodyguards that foresights talks about in the day of the Jackal, and we used to have that hanging and our protection office. In Washington DC because you know it was just one of those kind of. A books that just kind of set the tone for everybody on how you should try to protect people well in its Fr- sadly of sure Carlos was studying at himself a home. Yeah. No doubt. There are tells and I know that you're in the field that you've got to watch out for to like you know who the leader is by the fact that there to the right all the time or to laughed or I don't remember all the tells but there are certain factors or if you stand back see who refers to if you make an event happen, you know hit everybody look at there's a lot of. Espionage tricks like that would be fair. Very Fair. Observation skills people don't realize how important just basic observation skills are to not only stay alive and stay safe but it's really kind of a lost art eric I mean you see everybody today just walking around you know staring into their iphone and they're not they're. And they're never observant and So that's just asking for trouble for the most part either from street. Crime. And just from an intelligence perspective, you know if you have a device that can not only be monitored. The can be tracked and mapped, and then people just not paying attention. So you know early on when we started doing our surveillance programs.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

Unstructured Interviews

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews

"But. They do see that every four years maybe eight years we're going to get a new National Security Council a new administration. That's going to shift gears and go in different directions, and that's the way that it's always been. So when you look at their perception of events, they really are in for the long game and most of us in this country. art like that. You look at American corporations they're very much quarter driven. You look at the day to day lives of most of us were worried about how to stay healthy and Kovin, and the upcoming presidential election. We're not thinking about a generation ahead. We're hoping to survive or hoping to lead a good life and be prosperous, and we're hoping our kids will have a better life than we did. That was a great abrupt corporations I forgot the number but I think sixty five percent of the S. and P. Five hundred in two thousand or gone. Yeah. I'm not surprised with that number but I just know from interaction with corporations that. They do care to some degree about forecasting. But for the most part, they're very much driven by this quarter. And, maybe they're looking at the next quarter. So that's one of the problems when you start trying to deal with this kind of issue. That everybody that you're dealing with in the Middle East. Are Looking at this from the perspective of. Is the president going to be reelected or is there going to be a change of administrations if so who was going to be the new secretary of State? Which Direction will the National Security Council go? What will be the priority at that moment in time? I just know when I was an agent. The terrorism was not a priority. that. We just did not have the resources to deal with the problem in that centers on the fact that the entire intelligence community in those days Eric were driven by the Cold War it was the US versus the Soviet Union China and Cuba to a much lesser degree. And I hate to say this. As some of the students prejudice I mean. A lot of this is in the Third World and who cares about them anyway and I look at like Mac, Nia and you're talking about. And he's obviously was obviously a ruthless horrible killer so much blood on his hands however, he never pushed it enough to have a nine eleven on us he no, he hit things that..

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"deputy chief" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on WTOP

"John Ershon is deputy chief of staff for county executive Angela Alsobrooks. There is no change to restrictions on restaurants, retail stores and churches. Michelle Bash W T O P. News. It's 905 here on W. GOP Virginia Governor Ralph Northam declaring a state of emergency to prepare for Hurricane Isa Isis, which is currently battering the Bahamas Hurricane's expected the impact parts of the Commonwealth is early this weekend. In a statement, Northam says, this state of emergency will insure low counties and communities have the assistance they need to protect. The safety of Virginians in particular is weak in Sydney. Dealing with the covert 19 crisis Now, evacuation orders were Asian for Ocracoke Island, North Carolina, and anyone heading to the outer banks being urged to delay their trip This as North Carolina governor Roy Cooper has also announced a state of emergency there. He says the preparations will take into account social distancing guidelines because of covert 19 the state will coordinate shelters for those who need to evacuate. Who can't find other arrangements. The reason we're asking people to make shelters, their last resort resort Is because social distancing and precautions that go along with a shelter in a pandemic, Cooper says People in need of shelter during the hurricane will be screened for covert 19 symptoms and provided with PPS, such as Mass to promote health safety. Now to a just released a video of three D. C. Police killings. The recordings the first ago public after a new police reform bill signed into law last week. We are releasing body Warren camera footage for three fatal incidents in accordance with the new D. C law. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced the release of the D C police videos in the shooting deaths of death Kwon Young northeast in May 2018 and Marqise Alston and southeast in June 2018. And the crash that killed Jeffrey Price in northeast in May 2018. It is hard to watch in almost all cases. Four families declined to release the video of their family members being killed by police in each incident. The names of the officers involved are made public as well. Meghan Cloherty. W T o P.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Del Pozo so that was clearly the case with Phil Gramm the tasers hurt him enough to make him really angry and to aggravate his episode and yet did not hurt him enough to incapacitate him what happens next unfolds in less than ten seconds it takes officer element longer than that just to describe it to investigators he merely steps out of the top and his arms are going on remember by set back UP I know someone said get back to back to back he's moving fast we did not expected to move that fast out on the street the deputy chief is still talking to reporters she's in mid sentence the gunshots ring the cameras pan up to the open window on the building second story you can't see it he was on the floor nine holes in his chest fine I mean he also has six smaller marks on his body the kind he's usually she still puzzled says another one of his officers fired one just a moment before the gunshots by the time we were done with this encounter unfortunately the room was just a crisscross massive taser wires Phil story is like hundreds of others all over the country please end up shooting someone after their teasers proved ineffective IBM reports found more than two hundred fifty cases follow the same plot line over just a three year period teasers failed to resolve the situation and then police resorted to find her any more than a hundred of those cases people became more aggressive after an officer fired a taser at had the teasers been effective many of those people might still be alive in some cases it's obvious why the teaser didn't work because one or both of the electrified darts missed their target with many of the shootings it's much murkier the darts hit the just don't do much and the investigators don't spend much time trying to figure out why they tend to focus on the bullets that proved fatal not the teasers the proved ineffective that was the case with.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on KCRW

"Del Pozo so that was clearly the case with Phil Gramm the tasers hurt him enough to make him really angry and to aggravate his episode and yet did not hurt him enough to incapacitate him what happens next unfolds in less than ten seconds it takes officer element longer than that just to describe it to investigators he merely steps out of the top in his arm circle I remember by set back UP I know someone said get back to back to back he's moving fast we did not expected move that fast out on the street the deputy chief is still talking to reporters she's in mid sentence the gunshots ring the cameras pan up to the open window on the building second story you can't see it he was on the floor nine holes in his chest fine nine he also has six smaller marks on his body the kind teasers leave behind chief composer says another one of his officers fired one just a moment before the gunshots by the time we were done with this encounter unfortunately the room which is the crisscross massive taser wires Phil story is like hundreds of others all over the country lease end up shooting someone after their teasers proved ineffective IBM reports found more than two hundred fifty cases follow the same plot line over just a three year period teasers failed to resolve the situation and then police resorted to find her any more than a hundred of those cases people became more aggressive after an officer fired a taser at them had the teasers been effective many of those people might still be alive in some cases it's obvious why the teaser didn't work because one or both of the electrified darts missed their target with many of the shootings it's much murkier the darts hit the just don't do much and the investigators don't spend much time trying to figure out why they tend to focus on the bullets that proved fatal not the teasers the proved ineffective that was the case with Phil.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Go and shows that have no ratings like firing line her name, Margaret Hoover. He's trying to sell book, but he won't go on shows. I don't even know how I fended the guy, but so be it. Marco Rubio, we put a call out to him as deputy chief. And we're busy. I'm not asking these guys anymore. Every time when their campaigns come up, they wanna come on the show. Ain't happening. By the way, I want the chairman of the Senate intelligence committee, you notice they call the Senate intelligence committee, any committee that Diane, find Franken Feinstein is on cannot be an intelligent committee. It should be the Senate no intelligence committee. Chairman of that committee. Richard burr. She got dictator who's chairman of that committee got Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, dick, Blumenthal, from Connecticut got Richard Durbin from Illinois, dick Durbin something, there's a lot of. There's a lot of Richard's out there. You get my drift. In the United States Senate. A lot of Richard's, what'd you think I was going to say? So. We have a little dick Blumenthal. From the nutmeg state. What's the nut makes? But the hell is not make what is it if they would not make? Why would you do that? Why would you say that in a state, that's like saying these sprinkles state? Anyway. Where were we? So we have little dick Blumenthal on Capitol Hill today. Cut ten go. Look.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"He'll go and shows that have no ratings like firing line with much her name, Margaret Hoover. He's trying to sell books, but he won't go mind shows. I don't even know how the guy but so be it. Marco Rubio, we put a call out to him as deputy chief. And we're busy. I'm not asking these guys anymore every time when their campaigns come up, they want to come on the show. Ain't happening. By the way, I want the chairman of the Senate intelligence committee, you notice they call it the Senate intelligence committee, any committee that Diane funk, Franken Feinstein is on cannot be an intelligent committee. It should be the Senate no intelligence committee. So they have a chairman of that committee. Richard burr. She got dick Burr, who's chairman of that committee got Richard Blumenthal out of Connecticut, dick Blumenthal, from Connecticut. You got Richard Durbin from Illinois, dick Durbin something, there's a lot of. There's a lot of Richard's out there. You get my drift. In the United States Senate. A lot of Richard's, what'd you think I was gonna say? So. We have a little dick Blumenthal. From the nutmeg state, and what's the nut makes what the hell is not make, what is it is bake? Cakes would not make. Why would you do that? Why would you say that in a state, that's like saying? The sprinkles state. Anyway. Where were we? So we have little dick Blumenthal on Capitol Hill today. Cut ten go. Look into the soul Donald stop, right there looking into the salt of Donald Trump. This is a hack politician who lied about his background to get elected. Here's looking into the soul of Donald Trump. Every time I think of this guy, I think if a guy on the corner, wearing a code. Am I alone in this just listen to his voice? Come over here. I have something to show you. No, no, no. It's not what you think. Cut ten go..

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"deputy chief" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Deputy chief Louis Alison dreamy spokes WGN TV most of the time. It's just lose change. But if they see things like, laptops. Sometimes people run into their house leave their purse on their car thinking they're running back out to the car or then when they leave they're going into another car. So anytime they see valuables. He says people can take steps to help minimize the chances of theft. Lesson was pretty simple, the people lock your car doors. Hide your valuables. He also mentioned taking garage door openers inside after leaving your car. The case of a college prank gone wrong is finally over more from WGN's. Roger badesch will ask defy former members of a suburban Chicago Christian college has pleaded guilty to charges filed in the wake of a twenty sixteen hazing incident. Twenty three year old Richard pet way was sentenced court supervision order to perform fifty hours public service. We can college players were accused of duct taping teammate and tempting him half naked in a park. Roger badesch, WGN news US customs and border protection. Chicago field office seized more than twenty four thousand packages of illegal drugs amounting to about thirty thousand pounds in two thousand eighteen that's up fifty eight percent from twenty seventeen Matthew Davies act. Deputy director of the field. Office says technology and drug sniffing dogs have helped sniff out some hard to detect items people take old video game cartridges and. And. Secret, the drugs inside of those or were they'll package up bottles of lotion or shampoo and have vials of steroids inside of those. So that they're very hard messy to get out. But we see goes on the x Ray it's very easy for officers to detect. He says they've seen an increase in ecstasy and MD AMA as well as heroin LSD cocaine and Fenton all the investigation, which has dominated a large part of the public's focus during the first two years of Donald Trump's presidency is over special counsel. Robert Muller submitted his report to attorney general William Barr yesterday afternoon and early reactions from sources near Trump are positive ABC's Terry Moran in Washington, the president and his allies are declaring victory. And vindication right now are Muller has announced that he has concluded his investigation. He indicted thirty seven people, and none of those indictments or any others did Muller offer evidence that there has been collusion or conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, and he is not going to indict. Anyone else? House Democrats holding a conference call at three pm today to discuss that report. Now, Bill bar has to summarize the report to congress, and he says he may be able to provide principal conclusions as soon as this weekend. An explosion this morning in Somalia's left five people dead, including the country's deputy, labor minister. At least five gunmen stormed. A government building in Mogadishu after a suicide car-bombing at the front gates Islamic extremist group al-shabaab claimed responsibility for the attack and despite having a fear of water. A former Chicago athlete is getting set to embark on an epic voyage across Lake Michigan raising money for charity in the process, Charles peanut Tillman fears large bodies of water, which he attributes to a more intense fear of sharks. He also has no experience in rowing or construction, but says he believes people should conquer their fears. So he and his kids are building a craft which he'll use to cross the lake he says boats trips like this normally cost around eighty thousand dollars since he retired from the bears in two thousand fifteen Tillman puts time into his foundation, which helps low income families pay off there. Medical bills after naval experts. Check the safety of the boats Tillman and his crew will plot out the row for kids expedition in accordance with whether he's doing this to raise money for pediatric cancer research. Sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. Plus.

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"deputy chief" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on WTVN

"Deputy chief Tom Quinlan will serve as interim police chief as current police chief Kim Jacobs is set to retire in February Ohio governor Mike dewine held a swearing in ceremony for his cabinet members today at the state house. It's exciting to see a cabinet sets reflective of the population that it serves, which I believe should be the case for any any form of government, Ohio national guard, adjunct General John Harris says it's a new day for the state governor dewine has a history of searching and searching for the very best people to serve him and serve the state of Ohio. Meanwhile, state AG director Dorothy, Linda says they have big plans for the future Pickering ten police chief Michael Taylor has decided to retire. The city had started an investigation into Taylor in early January after two anonymous letters were sent to city hall accusing him of making homophobic and sexist comments as well as using racial slurs. His his retirement will take effect on February nineteenth, right state faculty. Members took to the picket line today students were urged to attend to classes anyway, as many of their professors, we're out on strike as students worry about their classes university. President has a message for them to emphasize this point. That's. Tomorrow and Wednesday and every day, and their coursework will be graded. We will not allow union leadership to use our students as bargaining chips. ABC six tells us after two years of contract talks. They've stalemate continues over terms of employment. If you're headed to the short north new parking rules went into effect today. Warning tickets will start appearing on your car for any parking violations as the new changes take effect the warnings will be issued over the next few weeks. But after that, the tickets will be posted on your cars in the short, north Victorian and Italian villages and General Motors says it has zero tolerance for discrimination in an announcement today following allegations of racism at their Lido, Ohio plant. I'm Alison why anti-war ABC six first warning weather forecast is coming up in sixty seconds..

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"deputy chief" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I'm Ryan Gorman lightning pre-game come at a four year at six thirty time now for an update on the government shutdown, and it's been quite a back and forth between the president and the speaker of the house today. President Trump sent a letter to house speaker Nancy Pelosi informing her that he's going to postpone her plan seven day overseas trip to Brussels, Egypt NF ghanistan. Presumably by denying her the use of military aircraft is transport as a result of the ongoing government shutdown which is currently in its twenty seven day yesterday. Pelosi said Trump a letter asking him to delay his state of the union address until the shutdown is resolved, citing security concerns. Trump used the same reasoning in his letter and told Pelosi it would be her perogatives if she wished to fly commercial CBS's. Steven Portnoy, noted that aids had asked news organizations not to publicly report the details. Applause his trip due to national security concerns. Fox News is John Roberts reported the Pelosi was scheduled to depart at three PM just thirty minutes after the letter was released. This is what? Pelosi's deputy chief of staff had to say the congressional delegation to Afghanistan included a required. Stop in Brussels for pilot rest in Brussels. The delegation was scheduled to meet with top NATO commanders US military leaders in key ally key allies to affirm the United States ironclad commitment to the NATO alliance this weekend. Visit to Afghanistan did not include a stop in Egypt. The purpose of the trip was to express appreciation, and thanks to our men and women in uniform for their service, and dedication and to obtain critical national security and intelligence briefings from those on the front lines, the president traveled to Iraq during the Trump shutdown as did a Republican congressional delegation led by Representative Zeldin, Senator Lindsey Graham. Said and I'm quoting here. One sophomoric response does not deserve a nother speaker, Pelosi's threat to cancel the state of the union is very responsible and blatantly political. President Trump denying speaker Pelosi military travel to visit our troops in Afghanistan. Our allies in Egypt in NATO is also inappropriate..

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"deputy chief" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"deputy chief" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A deputy chief medical examiner testifying at the James Lee, Ramsey guy trail and Wednesday when Dr wise Lulla to Loma took the stand. She said that Terrell Thomas died of dehydration one week after Ramsey guy in two other Milwaukee county jail staffers shut off the water to his cell sink determined. But it was at the behest of another. And I. The mother of is homicide during cross examination Ramsey guys. Attorney got Dr Tacoma to say there were no medical records that show Thomas was showing signs of dehydration prior to his death such a stripes, and Dr uk-us membranes seen Mellberg WTMJ news. It was a call. So never forget Douglas county dispatcher Amy Paulin field of the nine one one call that alerted authorities that Jamie class had escaped from her captor. She says she stayed on the line for half an hour, helping those around Jamie, stay calm and safe until law enforcement arrived on multi think of a thirteen year old going through something like that. I just breaks my heart for the rest of my life. I'm going to think about that little girl, and where she is at my whole and says she normally works the night shift, the call came during her first day shift in fear five year career, Barron county sheriff Christopher FitzGerald says his deputies he has rather his deputies bags made criticism that they could have stopped Jimmy clauses abduction before it. Even started court documents say police responded to the clause. How's the morning that her parents were shut and? Killed it actually pass Jake Pedersen's vehicle on the road when they were responding to the shots fired. Call FitzGerald says it is not routine for police to stop vehicles when responding to house calls adding that his deputies were ensure at the time what they would encounter. Once they got to the home day twenty seven of the partial government shutdown, and it's now starting to have an effect on kids in schools ABC's. Elizabeth her impact even trickling down to students who rely on free or reduced fee meals at school one North Carolina school announcing lunch menus are being revised to conserve food and funding.

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