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"deputy chief" Discussed on WTOP
"Bit too much the night before getting shut out by the Red Sox 3 -0. Headlining the local college football, Slates Maryland has a tough matchup with Indiana at 330. Coach Mike Locksley. We played one games score against them each of the last few years. This has always been a tough game for us. You think about last year's matchup where left Talia the game injured. We were down and Billy Edwards was able to come in and lead us to victory ever since I've been in this league. This has always been one of those games that's been a tough game for the Terps and I expect it to be the same here. And if Maryland prevails, they'll be 5 -0 for the first time since 2001. Presto's Picks is on wtop .com. Check the sports page. Rob Woodfork, WTOP Sports. Coming up after traffic and weather, the on latest the expanding strike by the UAW against the big automakers. It's a 27. One way to gauge the pace at which agencies are making software supply chain security a priority is to look at the uptick in requests for s and software bills of materials, explains Gina Sinta, deputy chief technology officer for Talus Trusted Cyber Technologies. Sinta talked about SBALMS, which are essentially software ingredient lists, as well as secure by design initiatives with Federal News Network at its 2023 Cyber Leaders Exchange presented by on On our customer support portal, with every release of a product, we provide a list of open source or third party software products that we use within our product portfolio so that our customers are fully aware upfront of what we're doing. We are seeing a lot of requirement for SBALMS coming through in RFIs, RFPs,
Fresh update on "deputy chief" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
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A highlight from 115: Part 2: Ric Prado Hunts Osama bin Laden and Leads the CIA Response after 9/11
"Our case is more like what the FBI did, you know, infiltrating the mafia or something like that. We have to maintain a clandestine and secure relationship, but also a very healthy relationship. We have a motto in the business that says you never fall in love with your agent, but you make them think that you're in love with them. You're always stops testing them, you're always double checking, you always put them under surveillance to make sure that they're doing what they say that we're doing, but it is very different because it's a very different goal. We don't work on problems, we work on intelligence. Well let's use that as a good springboard to start moving forward because a lot of your world starts changing, we start talking about the Cold War, you start talking about terrorism starts rearing its head, but at some point you became, worked with Michael Schur and Alex Station, the bin Laden unit. Tell us about that. Yeah, I had just come back from Korea, I had just gotten my GS -15, and I was the head of the Palestinian branch for CTC, our counter -terrorist center, and I got called into the front office by the chief of ops, and he said, look, you know, your name has been raised to be deputy chief of station for this virtual station targeting terrorism. I had never heard of virtual station, we were the first, and talking to my boss I said, well thank you boss, I mean of course I'll, you know, deputy chief of station, hell yeah, but who are we going after? And he said Osama bin Laden. And I said, who? And he goes, exactly. Mike Sawyer, Sawyer was the analyst that had been following this, so he was the chief of station for Alex Station, I was his deputy chief of station, and I was the senior ops officer, we only had two other case officers, the rest were analysts, incredible analysts and targeting officers. And by the way, that's the very same unit that eventually got bin Laden, you know, geo -located and allowed under our authorities for the SEAL team to go shoot him in the face. Excellent. Room temperature was a good result for that, but yeah, and the sad part is too, I did some work with the state department over in Islamabad training their police, their federal investigative agency, special investigative group, and while we were there at that time is about the time they figured bin Laden ended up in Abbottabad, and that's just about 30 clicks north, 30 or 40 clicks north of Islamabad, you know, right under literally everybody's noses. I just, I still have some heartburn over how much cooperation he got from the Pakistani government. Did you have concerns about that or am I just off in left field here? No, the Pakistani government is completely dual purpose. You have people that love us and people that love to kill us, meaning Americans. They're the ones that created the Taliban, for God's sake. The ISI. Their intelligence service literally was the ones that actually helped create the Taliban. So that penetration was always there. We did have, according to people that worked there, I never did, we did have some very good relationships liaison with some Pakistanis, but they were infiltrated from the other side too quite a bit. Yeah, we ended up kicking a couple people out of our training that had, once some tenuous connections came to light, it was like, yeah, I think it spells ISI is what you should have put down as your organization, but what I'm interested in, let's go back to that because that, you know, like you said, bin Laden who, not many people took him seriously. He issued his fatwa, you know, he said, here's what we're going to do. And then we started getting the bombings. We got some bombings of the embassies, right? That's correct. Well, you know, yeah, that is one of the things that set us all off because we had, when bin Laden was still in Khartoum, when we opened up the station, when we started Alex Stationing, and we had recorded intelligence from a very dear friend of mine, a Green Beret legend and CIA legend by the name of Billy Waugh. Billy was the head of security for Black in Khartoum at the time when he was there. He's also the guy that saw and helped arrest, helped capture Carlos the Jackal, the renowned terrorist from the 70s in Europe, but he was the guy in charge of doing surveillance of bin Laden. And he had him, you know, he knew what he was going to have for lunch. He knew what car he drove. He was in the white. He was not concerned because, you know, in Khartoum at the time, it was like a terrorist hotel and he was putting, pouring all kinds of money. So we came up with several plans to kidnap him, to kill him, whatever it took. And the then administration kept saying, well, we don't have enough proof. And our argument was we got overhead from satellites of the kind of training that he's facilitating with former jihadists in these other countries. We're getting all source information from all kinds of different governments that he's extorting money from the Saudis. He's doing this. He's doing that. He's bringing people in from Afghanistan when, you know, the motto of CTC is supposed to This is what we do. And the administration never, ever bought off on that. And what I always tell people is that imagine in 1997 or late 96, early 97, if we would have been able to neutralize bin Laden, the coal, the bombings of our two embassies and maybe even 9 -11 could have been derailed. You know, and I'll give away a little bit of your book here, Chapter 28, where you talk about that. You know, I mean, you just lay it out and I love it. You know, the answer is clear, thanks to the history and hindsight. Those 4 ,000 people killed in one of the U .S. Embassy attacks in Africa will still be alive today. Untraumatized, unscarred by their terrible luck, USS Cole would never have been attacked. The Pentagon would have never been hit by the American Airlines flight. The Twin Towers would still be standing. The 3 ,000 people who died in the World Trade Center still be with us. Families wouldn't be unaffected. I mean, it just goes on and on. It's amazing how much destruction, terrorism, chaos, anarchy he caused, and the point from all of this is that our administration at the time didn't have the cojones to take care of business. That is the bottom line. I mean, you do a very good job explaining that in the book. I really appreciated that. Thank you. I'd say it was definitely a fact. You know, at the time the agency was supporting us. They were carrying our water across the river, but we were definitely not getting the traction there. And a lot of people took that very personal, especially I was Chief of Officer of the Counter -Terrorist Center when 9 -11 happened. So that really stuck in my craw. Well, I can't imagine. Well, and there's an interesting... Some of it, maybe it's a little bit lower, but when the original World Trade Center attacks happened, they tried to bomb them, the idiots, which thankfully they returned the van trying to... They tried to report it stolen. That's how we ended up getting the guys. But one of the things that came out of this, I think that helped them with their future planning is when they were in court, they bring in some of the structural engineers. You come to find out the World Trade Center, the twin towers were designed to withstand the impact of a 737. So then you start... So why are the 757s and 67s targeted? Why? Because unfortunately, you never know what kind of information is going to be used by somebody later. And that's... I don't know if that helped formulate some of his planning, but it's definitely some of the stuff that came out when you find out what they're designed to withstand. And then, like you say, you get... We see... I think part of our failing is we tend to think too short -term. Why would they think like that? That's not the point. You need to think like your adversary. Your adversary doesn't think like you. That's why they win. That's why they're able to pull off a lot of the stuff, because they're thinking differently than us. I want to get into 9 -11 and what you see there. But up until that point, what do you think was the biggest impediment other than political? Was it the way that we had been trained that we didn't really understand Islamic law? We didn't understand what bin Laden... that he really meant the fatwa that he did? Were there some other things that contributed to this other than political? Political is the number one problem that you have. You cannot run operations, military or intelligence, through an optic of politics. It's two different worlds.
Fresh update on "deputy chief" discussed on Jim Bohannon
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"deputy chief" Discussed on WGN Radio
"There's still no one is in custody after a deadly shooting in englewood Thursday night near 61st place in union avenue. Deputy chief Matt Klein. A vehicle approached on union. Two individuals exited that vehicle and the two individuals began firing down the street, striking 5 individuals. Police say the suspects took off after the shooting, leaving behind the victims, ranging from 17 to 26 years old. Two men, aged 19 and 26 died at the hospital, the other three victims are all in stable or good condition. The motive behind the shooting and whether the victims were hit at random or targeted is under investigation. Police are searching for someone who reportedly shot a woman as she was traveling on lakeshore drive during the evening rush. She was driving southbound near Jackson park when she was hit in the shoulder. She was able to get herself to the hospital and is in good condition. A fight at Lyons township high school in Lagrange has resulted in a student being charged with attempted murder, WG and span Kessler reports. The name of the person facing those charges hasn't been released because of his age. He faces not only attempted murder charges, but also aggravated battery. He's being charged as a juvenile. The student who was beaten sustained significant injuries in the fight on May 1st and is still in the hospital according to the school. No weapons were used also according to the school's principal in an email to parents, Lagrange police are calling it a targeted incident. It's unclear if the person facing charges was a student at the school, a judge has ordered him to remain in custody until at least his next court hearing May 31st. Bob Kessler, WGN news. Well, despite community protests, the save a lot grocery store at 63rd in halsted opened Thursday morning with no fanfare, residents in Inglewood and some community leaders claimed save a lot often displays rotten produce and expired food at its stores. Save a lot replaced whole foods, which shut down last year after 6 years in englewood. WGN sports time two O three. The NFL schedule is out and the bears have four prime time games. They open and close their regular season against the packers with week one at soldier field. The White Sox dropped three of four against the royals with their four three loss in the series finale. They begin a series against Jose Abreu and the Astros tonight. The sixers fall to the Celtics 95 86, forcing a game 7 back in Boston on Sunday. In the NHL, the Carolina hurricanes beat the devil's three two and overtime to advance to the Eastern Conference final. Caitlyn sharkey, WGN news. Showers will be likely for most of Friday thunderstorms possible, especially in the afternoon, a high temperature of 72°
Police arrest suspect in Atlanta shooting; 1 dead, 4 wounded
"Police in Atlanta say technology played a big part in locating the suspect in Wednesday's medical office shooting. Atlanta police deputy chief Charles Hampton junior, says Dion Patterson fled the scene and stole a truck within minutes of allegedly shooting 5 women in a medical office waiting room. What we were able to pick up on the camera network system is that he went to a Shell gas station where he commandeered a vehicle. After Patterson's arrest Wednesday evening, Cobb county police chief Stuart van hooser says technology played a huge role in tracking down the suspect. We have a fairly new real-time crime center by a local company named fusus, a flock is a fairly new company. It's a local company as well. We have partnered with both of those companies and they have brought us some amazing tools. The truck was found at a parking complex not far from the ballpark where the Atlanta Braves play. We had a lot of clues, enough clues from both our real-time crime center and flock to have a pretty good instinct on the calls that were coming in. Then Patterson was spotted about a half a mile away. Technology played a huge role, but technology doesn't do any good without people who are determined to capture an individual that would do something like this. Audio courtesy, WSB. I'm Jennifer King
Video shows Louisville police under fire from bank shooter
"Louisville police have been providing more details, including body cam footage from responding officers of Monday's mass shooting at a downtown bank that killed 5 wounded 8 and ended when the gunman was killed in an exchange of fire with those officers. I'm Ben Thomas, with a look at what they're saying. God, don't have an angle. From Louisville, police body cam video. They got him down. I think he's down. You're due after. Deputy chief Paul Humphrey. You can see the tension in that video. You can understand the stress that those officers are going through. Response wasn't perfect, but it was exactly a response we needed to officers were wounded. One struck in the head by a bullet, chief Jackie gwynne biller roel. These officers, unflinchingly answered the call to protect and their duty to serve. They confronted acts of violence, head on and neutralize the threat. The chief says the gunman legally bought the AR-15 he used just a week ago and knew the people he targeted, though she did not offer a motive, all 5 killed were employees of the old national bank. News conference sound from WHS TV. I'm Ben Thomas.
Hong Kong probes cause of blaze in shopping district
"Hong Kong authorities are probing the cause of a huge blaze that broke out at a construction site in a popular shopping center. The fire erupted at the marinas club redevelopment project at 11 p.m. on Thursday in a densely populated part of Kowloon forcing around 170 people in nearby buildings to evacuate multiple floors were still on fire at dawn, but officials say the fire was largely extinguished by 8 30 a.m. after a 9 hour battle, no deaths or injuries have been reported. The deputy chief far officer says his team had faced various challenges, including a lack of equipment at the construction site. I'm Charles De Ledesma.
3 people killed at Michigan State University; gunman dead
"Three people are dead and 5 are wounded after a gunman opened fire on the campus of the University of Michigan in east Lansing. Campus police deputy chief Chris rosman says Monday night they received numerous 9-1-1 calls, saying a gunman had opened fire at berkey hall. Numerous officers responded, we were quickly on scene within minutes. And there we did locate several victims of a shooting. Rosman says the gunman then went into the student union near by and began shooting, for hours after the shooting broke out police announced the shooter had killed himself miles away from campus in Lansing, police described the shooting suspect as of 43 year old man who was not connected to the university. I'm Donna water
"deputy chief" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now is Tatiana pujan, deputy chief investment officer at Tobin. For many pillars of support of this market. Be it in pension funds, be it retail investors just buying on different interactive brokers. If we lose that base of investors because these type of passive investments elicit the worst of damage, what does it do to the overall market environment? First of all, it's going to destroy trust. And this is something we've seen already after the crisis of 2000 that investors started to run away from equities and I didn't realize that maybe sometimes you just kept sit out in a certain crisis and that you could position your portfolio actually differently. You know, you don't have to be invested in this very high risk concentrations. But clearly, this is going to also be a problem because then when the market went down starts, just people that the outside risk and so they were not participate into the rebound and this will destroy value for them in an important way. And so that's sort of worried that I have and this on top of the fact that today it's so important actually that you have your private savings that you're not just relying on the government to pay your pension. And so this is going to widen the gap that people will have in terms of income once they retire in one stage today. Here, more conversations like this one on Bloomberg television, streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings. Markets, headlines and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. And I'm Karen Moscow in futures this morning are little changed S&P futures, little change down features down 34 NASDAQ futures that will change ten year treasury at 1530 seconds yield 2.96%
"deputy chief" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With Nancy Lyons in the 99 one newsroom in Washington, D.C.. Thanks, Katie. The accused highland park parade shooter is being held without bond following a hearing today, a preliminary hearing on 7 murder charges is now set for July 28th. Afterward, Lake county deputy chief Chris cavelli told reporters waiting outside that the parade shooting may not have been the only attack the suspect had in mind that day before changing his mind. What investigative leads have thus turned up is that while he was driving and he located this celebration occurring in the Madison area, he contemplated another attack with the firearm he had in his car. Deputy chief cavalli says the suspect was arrested once he returned to the highland park area. While Congress returns for recess next week with democratic leaders motivated to create some kind of record that will impress voters in November. I'll try to get a handle on policies known to have widespread public support and regard a trace policy analyst at the firm made of partners said in a Bloomberg interview. Healthcare really rallies voters. Climate change posts very well with independent voters. And so if you can cobble together a healthcare package and climate, keep all the toxic stuff out, you can get a real Bill passed by September 30th, which I think will happen. Trace indicated it will require crafting a spending bill that under Senate rules can be passed with 50 votes. In Washington or Chapman Bloomberg radio. The U.S. and its allies are moving forward with yet another way to punish Russia for its invasion of Ukraine, those familiar with the discussion say they're thinking about trying to cap the price on Russian oil between 40 and $60 a barrel to limit Moscow's oil revenues. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries. And JIT, New Jersey institute of technology makes innovation happen. The university helped biomedical engineering professor Tara Alvarez launch a startup that may revolutionize vision therapy. Our startup through NG IT is called ocular motor technology. We create virtual reality, vision therapy in a head mounted display. So it's gaming and basically sugarcoating the therapy so that children and young adolescents don't even realize they're doing therapy. To accomplish this, we need biomedical engineers, which are here in on GIT campus, a computer scientist, artists, people that are into story development, and then we are collaborating with a lot of the large pediatric medical centers. This idea of a startup culture is extremely important to not just NG IT and the national science foundation, but also to the U.S. as a societal hole. And JIT, New Jersey institute of technology, learn more at nj IT dot EDU. Not completing high school is more of a social thing than it was an academic thing. I came out in the 11th grade. Nobody was embracing you. The kids were cruel. It was very difficult to be gay. Even though all these years have passed, I still had that longing to have my diploma. The hard part was determining that I was going to do it. But I definitely didn't do it alone. At age 30, with the help of her mentor, Carissa finished her high school diploma. I have a mentor, Maria. She convinced me to continue my education and finish what I started to get my diploma. Just never judges. She's a true role model
"deputy chief" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Daily mail is also gone pretty hard with their headline. It goes big on the story saying it threatens to revive the pest minster Rao about political sleeves we have heard about this in the Tory party of late to buy elections really happened because of Tory sleeves, but Boris Johnson's deputy chief whip Chris pincher has now resigned as the chief whip, but it's important to know that he's still an MP and this is after being accused of drunkenly groping two men. He has written to the prime minister Boris Johnson saying he's extremely embarrassed and he drunk far too much on Wednesday evening at a conservative private members club, which is in central London. And as I did mention, still empty of tanworth, but there's now a mounting pressure on Boris Johnson to throw him out of the party. Okay, so that in the politics. What about this for tax? I mean, we know that it's really starting to bite, but a record number of Britons are to pay a higher tax rate. Yeah, Caroline, you are right. It is really starting to bite and I'm sure lots of us are feeling it and this story is in the Financial Times really about income tax, where she sunak and inflation, so they would go three big things there. One in 5 taxpayers are soon expected to be paying the 40 to 45% tax right after Rishi sunak froze income tax thresholds until 2026, so about 43 million people were paying this percent when Boris Johnson became the prime minister in 2019. This year it's expected to rise to a record 6.1 million so that means nearly 2 million people have been dragged into a higher income tax bracket since the last election because this freeze on tax and also because of inflation. Yeah, so from 4.3 million people to 6.1 million people in terms of taxpayers so that's you're seeing quite a big, big jump in those figures. Get Leon turning next to The Guardian and a story about more strikes. Yeah, indeed, BT star vote for first national strike in 35 years is the headline there and tens of thousands of BT workers are to walk out in a national strike. Now this is for the first time since being privatized and a Margaret Thatcher. I know we just have the Richard Nixon in the market, so I've gone with that again, this is really following a row overpay, some 30,000 workers are open reach and 9000 call center staff have voted to strike in what's been described as an unjust and unsustainable wage deal. So they have been offered 5%, but they want an 8% increase. And I just want to add one of the little story that I've seen, and I want you all to do this for me tonight. The national lottery is still waiting for the winner of its 7 million pound jackpot to come forward. It's understood the lucky ticket was bought and Wolverhampton before the lotto prize was run in the jaw on June 18th. So if you live in Wolverhampton or anyone else quickly check behind your sofa. That I love that that's a very Friday story. Yeah, it's a great story isn't it? Yeah. And also the Margaret Thatcher references in the Richard Nixon references. I just want to put it out there. So we spoke to the city economist roger brutal yesterday, of course, is very well known chairman of capital economics. And he was saying, he was very critical of the Bank of England saying, look, even the Bank of England monetary policy committee doesn't know enough isn't familiar enough with the 1970s. So I like the reference, but yeah, I put it out there. So you understand the history of the 7 seats. I mean, summer of discontent winter is content. There seems to be a lot of references about the 70s at the moment and how lots of us don't know what it was like to live in high inflation times, but they are definitely reminding us now. Yeah, absolutely. Thanks so much, thank you, and for taking us through the top stories in newspapers this morning. This is Bloomberg
Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan
"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same time. It's a little bit
Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan
"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same
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
"deputy chief" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Comes on the heels of police holding a press conference, talk about the crime rate and plead with the community. Put the guns down. W best piece, Michelle Wright begins our live in depth coverage. Yes, got the city's latest murder happening overnight at a Circle K on Hollywood Road. Lieutenant Dan Jensen says it was like a majority of homicides occurring in Atlanta This year. It looked like it on escalated from this was a physical fight, according to Deputy Chief Charles Hampton. Guns on them. Main weapons used in 90% of the cities, homicides and a majority 80% of the killings this year are between people who know each other. So in a nutshell, Deputy Chief Hampton pleads. We're just asking to people too. Put the guns down. Uh and and just let's just talk. Let's communicate. Let's just be decent human beings that we know we can't be. Meanwhile, the city is looking to try and help the police with the violence as well by creating a new position. The new job posting says the director of violence reduction will coordinate anti violence initiatives among city of Atlanta departments and stakeholders while overseeing grants and evaluating proposed public safety regulations and legislation. The ideal candidate says the listing has a passion for violence reduction and community based intervention. Work with last night's killing. The homicide rate in the city is now 104 for the year of 2021 reporting Live with Veronica Waters. Michelle Right, 95.5 WSB. I'm WSB meteorologist Christina Edwards. Plenty of dry weather for this afternoon, but rain returns later on this week. I'll let you know when you need that umbrella that's coming up in five minutes, starting out with Dr David and that's great all over town to from around it through downtown Atlanta, You'll also find the freeways its speed limit shape. Just be careful. There's a school zone start cranking up here in the next 30 45.
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
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,
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
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
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
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
"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..
"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.
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
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
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
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
"deputy chief" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The appointments will be at the new state run vaccination cited Phoenix Me. Municipal stadium, February 5th through the 18th appointments of both state run sites in the Valley were fully booked before these new appointments. Deborah Dale, Katya our news to our eyes on the economy, 3/5 of all jobs that haven't come back from the pandemic are high contact, like in bars, theaters salons. Wells Fargo Senior economist Mark Vitner expects them back by the start of next year. We don't know we just don't know Ella vaccinations are gonna play out very hopeful and very encouraged by what we're seeing, but hopefully we won't see a setback and some sort of mutation of the virus vendor says Covets banks and one part of the country will hurt the whole country's economy. And people will keep moving to Phoenix. So for better paying jobs and cheaper homes, pandemic or not, as we continue to explore the impact of cancer on both firefighters and the Valley cities they work for Tempe is now working to catch the disease. Early. Firefighters in Tempe are now getting free cancer screenings at Vince, your Cancer center in Scottsdale. This after the city match to grant securing a one year program. Just enough resource is to have all of our firefighters from fire chief all the way down to the brand new firefighter have cancer screening. In Tempe Deputy chief Mark Maynor says the recent loss of one of their own pushes others to go get checked. We lost firefighter Tommy are al got about a year ago. And you know it's so tragic when a young late thirties felt an occupational cancer and you lose him. Ventnor Katya, our new Katya our news time 707. And now here's Detour.
"deputy chief" Discussed on 710 WOR
"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 left there in Abby quite how 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 worked 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. Dying 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. It's a real pleasure. Thanks for being.
"deputy chief" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"That's The second route. The third one is ingestion. So it's possible that you could end up getting it through your mucous membranes. You might have something to drink. You might have something to eat after the fire. And if you're not practicing good hygiene, these air all different routes for exposure. So we've we've been attempting to put into place these prevention efforts. Um, that will minimize these these routes of cancer getting into our firefighters. This. I mean, this whole thing to me Darren is just completely tragic on multiple levels. I mean, you know the people who literally risked their lives to save us on a daily basis. Then our Withering on the vines. Not powerful enough statement for this, but it just completely breaks my heart. It was there. Do you think there was any Uh, I'm not going to say, added fuel to the fire because that would be a terrible pun. But after 9 11 so many of those first responders started to suffer from different types of cancer, and someone's like, Hey, We're going to connect the dots. Is that helped with the efforts to try and address this and get some help for these firefighters, do you think Well, yes, absolutely. I mean, you can't You can't turn on social media or or see the news without seeing, um firefighters from 9 11 from you know the post 9 11 impacts of cancer. On our firefighters that worked at ground zero. But it's But it is this battle that we're facing each and every day. To try and protect our firefighters and give them the tools. Because if it could be the one big one like that ground zero or it could be the little doses over the course of that 30 year career where you're being exposed. And we've been able to see through research that it actually changes your genetic makeup that either prevents cancer or promotes it. So so, yes, it is. It is a battle that we're that we're trying to take, you know, Straight on with this month of providing information resource is that our firefighters will review and make sure that they have here to the safe practices that And hopefully limit the chances of them being diagnosed with cancer in their career or in their retirement. Darrin. We have a lot of firefighting families that, you know, listen, So when we come back, I want to talk about some of those prevention efforts both on the practical basis and then also what the rest of us can do to help these firefighters can you just before the break those sort of sum up with national firefighter cancer Awareness Month is this Is this targeted at the firefighters and their families is a targeted everybody are we do. We need to get some of our Elected officials toe step up a little bit more in and start working on legislation to get some help all the above. I would say all of the above. So so it's not only the awareness you know to the public about the risks of being a firefighter, but also for our firefighters to review the literature. And make sure that they can protect themselves and absolutely it is making sure that the electives are are aware of the challenges that are being faced. I looked at firefighting as a blessing and a curse. It's the greatest job in the world. But on the flip side of that coin, it could be a curse when you're sitting in a doctor's office. You know, getting that diagnosis that you weren't expecting? Amen. Brother Ladies and gentlemen, this is your host, Ben Bueller. Garcia. We're speaking with Deputy Chief Darren Wallenstein about national firefighters Cancer Awareness month stick around. I heard the good news about covert 19 vaccines..
"deputy chief" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Defense. There is a strong likelihood that more than 17 Republicans will, because essentially, that argument is this was justified. The attack on the capital in the attempt to to end the congressional hearing on certifying the election was justified because all these charges are true, and frankly, they aren't they have given been given every opportunity to prove him in a court of law, and it failed to do so. So I think it really boils down to what's the defense that the president is gonna He's gonna make it If it's Rudy Giuliani's defense, I think there's a raises the likelihood of more than 17. Republicans voting for conviction. That's the problem with our side. Karl Rove that little clip of Karl Rove on Fox News Sunday. Is an encapsulation. I mean, what was that 36 seconds. That is everything you need to know about the swamp on the right. Hey, Karl Rove. Rudy Giuliani. Did not. And nobody on the president's team has said that the violence on Capitol Hill was justified by election fraud. You lying hack Oh, she's so angry. So angry. And secondly, The idea. But you are Providing a scenario In which the president would be convicted in the Senate. Is more view wishful thinking than anything else. Hate Showing clips of people like that except to illustrate a point. Karl Rove. You made it by lying about your fellow Americans. You any relevance as a deputy chief of staff under the Bush administration, and today you're actually An impediment. The conservative movement reforming itself. And you have no idea why we elected..
"deputy chief" Discussed on KOMO
"The 2300 block of 104th Street Court deputy chief Hallie McCurdy is with the West Pierce fire and rescue. What they do is they make polyurethane codings as well as phone so truck bed liners is kind of their specialty. That process involves a lot of different hazardous materials. The Pierce County Hazardous materials incident, teams of the smoke from the fire was considered to be very toxic. Fires out now, and people got all the all clear to return a nearby homes and businesses caused the fire is still under investigation. Bipartisan pair of senators are hoping to legalize sports betting in Washington state. Republican Curtis King and Democrat Marco Leo's have introduced SB 52 12, which would legalize such gambling. Sports betting was allowed to tribal casinos starting last year after the U. S. Supreme Court struck down a federal ban in 2018 Supreme Court ruling really is going to force states to deal with this, and so that's another reason why I kind of making sure it's carefully regulated that there is, you know that transparency and oversight, Senator Leah says Some of the regulations in the bill include a ban on betting on collegiate events involving Washington teams. And a complete prohibition on East sports Gambling. Jeff Pooja, Look come on you. It's unclear how much of a role the Covic shut down plays in it. My King County has reached a grim record. Jell O King County Public Health, says 42 People died from overdoses in the two week period between December 27th in January. 9th that's the most they've ever seen in 14 days. Current events in the nation's capital seemed be having had compounded the stress and anxiety and so many Americans already feel because of the cove. It 19 pandemic. It was. Suzanne Fong has what one mental health experts saying about when it's time to get professional help. Doctor Mylene Dong is a practicing clinical psychologist. She's seen a big demand for help. The level of calls that I get from people seeking treatment is more than I've ever seen in my entire career. Over the past 10 months, mental health experts have seen more people experiencing anxiety and depression. Some mental health providers are inundated with patients seeking treatment. For some people, the social isolation and the stresses of living with covert 19 have been a huge factor. And now seeing what's happening in the news in our nation's capital and our own capital is compounding the stress and uncertainty for some people. We're all feeling very anxious right now, because the world is just uncertain in some level of that is to be expected. But if you're starting to notice that it's really interfering with your life like it's causing you to worry too much. During the day you having trouble falling asleep or you're seeing conflict and you're moody.
"deputy chief" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"There is not an unending stream of revenue coming into the state coffers, and that will at some point be a day of reckoning. There's gonna be delays because the notwithstanding what is going on the lack of employment, the lack of opportunities There's still money coming into the public coffers and in pretty impressive numbers that will not last. So as political points out, despite reporters repeated questions. Um, the party chair, Rusty Hicks failed to produce evidence. The pushback began almost immediately on what else Social media and not only from outraged recall proponents and state GOP officials of any others. Samantha Corbin of Veterans, Sacramento lobbyist and Democrat. Posited that linking a legal and constitutional e appropriate California recall attempt to the violent insurrection of the U. S capitol and ongoing coup attempt is worse than bad PR is irresponsible, will breed division and perpetuates ignorance, indifference regarding our constitutional rights. I think that's absolutely true. Samantha Mike Sharif, the legislative director for the state, Senator Dave Quartey's fellow dams, recalls or not, Koo Koo is be careful. GOP strategist Rob Sussman. Wow, that's stunning and shameful overreach, Calling a recall coup attempt dangerously diminishes the real insurrection. It is underway in the United States. Newsome's team should distance itself from this characters that characterization it is reckless. Um Shari Ali, who once served his Newsome's deputy chief of staff. It's absolutely insane to frame a recall where the voters goes to go to the pole as a coup that implies in California. Elections don't have integrity. One veteran Democratic strategist speaking not for attribution told Politico the press conference was a cleaning up your fecal show a total bust for the party. And for Newsom. The original strategy may well have been to raise the issue of some more unsavory radical aspects of the recall movement. Some of its activists in high profile backers have indeed been involved in French movements, even some appearing to cheer on the Capitol uprising. Hicks and other Democrats went too far. Most definitely crossed the line and not only by failing to make their case. They have long complained that Republicans aimed to sidestep the 2022 election with recall attempt, which supporters say is well on its way by getting 1.5 million valid signatures by the mark deadline. March deadline. By recalling by calling a legally valid voter drive a coup. They've had it Republicans potent talking points. One more thing Gavin Newsom doesn't need right now. I think that's a very valid and fair observation. It's also it's just another example. Of how we have lost our way in terms of recognizing the damage that is done by that kind of frankly indefensible speech. And by the way, what does it produce? If you think about it, if if you're really looking for solutions to problems if you want to brainstorm if you're trying to, if you have something in your life in your professional life, perhaps in your role in your in your professional calling or an organization that you may lead Is savvy people reach out to people with the dissenting points of view to get different perspectives on things, But you don't start that, certainly by by labeling them as monsters for simply having a different point of view. It is so counterproductive, so destructive and so much I think illustrative of where we are today and how that needs to change. I have said. For some time, I would not rule out the possibility of significant developments on this recall effort. More and more people seem to be A to least curious about it. They have they. They've got over a million signatures now, and I think the total number they need is 1.48 or 1.49. Million by March 15. That's that's eminently doable, and there has been an infusion of money from different sources to help with that signature gathering. Dr. So 22 issues two separate issues and rather distinct one is ah, horrible PR. Move on then. The other is I think just it an absolute clear display of what is wrong in our society today, your thoughts 808 34 15 30 D Appreciate this. Are you? Are you inclined to assign a recall petition? You fall into any of those categories? Do you see it as a coup? This is this is a process through which The state is compelled to effectively conduct a special election and people get ballots and fill those ballots out and cast those ballots. That is the epitome that is the essence of democracy. So they call that a coup regardless of how you feel about the the recall. If you think it's a horrible idea, you're entitled to that opinion. If you think is a great idea. You're certainly entitled to that. To suggest that people who are in favor of it are engaging in an unlawful, violent and immediate over takeover of the government. It doesn't do anybody any good. Certainly not yourselves. 808 34 15 30. Quick break coming back with your calls Right after this. Don't go away..
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"Makes it seem like democracy is always elusive. It's this thing that can never be realized, she says. And that's what scares her in a Peralta. NPR news KAMPALA It's been three weeks since the first Americans received their first doses of a covert 19 vaccine. Now the second round of injections has started a look at how that's going. Listen tomorrow on morning Edition. Just ask your smart speaker to play NPR or your local station by name. You're listening to W n my sea. There's more all things considered just ahead. Former deputy chief of staff to Democratic Senator Harry Reid will talk about his reaction to the events that took place on Capitol Hill yesterday. Also, the UK is struggling to stop him or contagious version of the Corona virus. We'll talk about what might happen if that variants spreads across.
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"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 left there a nap 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 a and I was supposed to work that day. I worked 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, everybody Every unit was covered. So when that happens, and the 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? Sure, 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 more 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. It's a real pleasure. Thanks for being on today. Thank you. It's great to be here. Thank you, Laura balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time. It's really fantastic, You know, pretty active sports wise and smelled muscle strains. I get up in the morning like.
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"Is that I think definitively would say that Mr Reid fire Two shots at the sand. Those some people did gather in support of Reed's family. He didn't deserve it way going somewhere. Anybody felt about him. He didn't deserve that. The anticipation of protests and riots seemed anticlimactic. The search for some sort of legal remedy continued to the end of 2020 with a lawsuit filed by the family, even though much of it was gutted by a federal judge, chief of police Taylor and Deputy Chief Ken Dale Adams were still defendants, with the judge saying. At the wrongful death accusations may have some merit, depending on whether the two were acting in the scope of their job when they chased Reid and John Herrick and Rob Con. It's joining the panel Now s O guys. In the final days of 2020. This story took another turn. Yeah, I definitely did, Chris. So what the NFL decided to do, they decided to make Shawn read one of 87 what they call victims of systemic racism, victims of police misconduct and social justice hero. Who will be honored with helmet decals warned by players this season Now I haven't seen any Indianapolis Colts players specifically talk about that. I haven't seen Jimmer say talk specifically about Shawn Read and who knows? Based on what you said there at the end of your report. This could very well continue on into 2021 Rob. Does this hurt the NFL's image if it indeed is proven sometime in the next year, conclusively That in and by the way, the state police and I m p d both stand by this that Dre Sean Reed shot at police first. Yeah, it depends on who you ask because I think the best way to describe this entire story is emotions. The people that marched in the protest for Shawn read Showed emotion there. But now with this new angle about how the NFL is dealing with this and going to be honoring Dre, Shawn read, you have the other side better, emotional and angry. At the NFL's decision because, like you mentioned Chris, there are facts. There's proof that according to police and the investigators that you know Jason hydration, Reed Fired shots. And so there are some people that are upset that the NFL is in their eyes. They say the NFL is honoring someone who shot at police, and they don't think that's right. I think Messi is the right word to use. There's just messy and emotions emotional.