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Lil Baby in Police Custody in Paris, James Harden Stopped by the Police

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:14 sec | 5 months ago

Lil Baby in Police Custody in Paris, James Harden Stopped by the Police

"Atlanta rapper Little Baby and his bodyguard after a night in custody for alleged drug possession. He's fine for cannabis in his car. Video shows. Police frisking NBA star James Harden, who is not detained, Little baby and hardened, are in Paris for fashion week. While recovering from

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Drug Possession Poised to Become Misdemeanor in Washington

KIRO Nights

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Drug Possession Poised to Become Misdemeanor in Washington

"A felony before the state Supreme Court struck down our state's drug possession laws now under a new bill headed to the governor's desk. Knowing possession of drugs will be a misdemeanor car radios Hannah Scott reports. Democratic Senator Jaime Peterson says not voting for this bill leaves the state with Wild West. No criminal penalty for the possession of drugs. A stricter said it passed Bill made it a gross misdemeanor two uses a stick to get people into treatment. But the House lower that to just a misdemeanor on Lee offering treatment Something Republican Senator John Bronn says he knows won't work. If I talked about my nephew a few days ago, two days ago, he checked himself out of rehab. They found him in a hotel room dead. The governor signs the bill. Lawmakers have two years to come up with a permanent fix or revert. No law at all. Governor actually

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Baltimore drops prosecution of low-level crimes, including prostitution, drug possession

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

Baltimore drops prosecution of low-level crimes, including prostitution, drug possession

"Learned that Baltimore is ending the prosecution of low level crimes, including prostitution, drug possession, trespassing and minor traffic violations. The decision was announced yesterday by state's attorney, Marilyn Mosby. In a statement. She said America's war on drug users is over in the city of Baltimore. We leave behind the era of tough on crime, prosecution and zero tolerance, policing and no longer default to the status quo. Criminalized mostly people of color for addiction. The Hill reports. Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott support that decision.

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Baltimore will no longer prosecute drug possession, prostitution, low-level crimes

Mark Levin

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Baltimore will no longer prosecute drug possession, prostitution, low-level crimes

"Calm prostitution and drug possession will no longer be prosecuted in Baltimore. Instead of prosecuting people for non violent crimes. Prosecutors in Baltimore will focus on felonies. State's attorney, Marilyn most be announcing today that her temporary suspension of prosecuting crimes including prostitution and drug possession during the pandemic will become permanent. The change was made last March in an effort to keep people out of jail to stop the spread of Cove it and the same time period. Violent crime went down. 20% mostly tells the Baltimore Sun they've learned there's no public safety value in prosecuting

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Boston police officer charged with drug possession

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Boston police officer charged with drug possession

"A Boston police officer, is now in custody on drug charges. Master police arrested 51 year old Andrew Johnson of Cheston Hill yesterday in West Roxbury. Prosecutors say Johnson was found with methamphetamine and other drugs back in January, up in Woodstock, New Hampshire. Following his arrest, Johnson was released to turn himself into New Hampshire authorities. Andrew Johnson has been a Boston police officer sends 2002, Meanwhile, former commissioner of Boston Police Department really grass placed him on administrative leave. On January 27th when the Boston Police Department became aware of the ongoing

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Tinder will soon let you run a background check on a potential date

Daily Tech News Show

05:38 min | 9 months ago

Tinder will soon let you run a background check on a potential date

"As part of an investment in the nonprofit background check company garbo match group who operates a whole range of dating apps will integrate the ability to run background checks on potential matches using a last name and a phone number. The feature will roll out. I a- tinder and then later across matches other dating apps. Gover garbo collects public records and reports of violence or abuse including arrests convictions. Restraining order harassment and other violent crimes and eventually plans to support manually submitting police reports and other documents to their records as well notably these background. Checks will not serve as drug possession convictions or traffic violations as these offenses Don't meaningfully predict gender based violence according to garbo These checks will also be a paid feature for match although it's unclear if this'll be microtransactions where you just pay for each background check or bundled in as one of tinder subscription tiers match also said it's not sharing users data with garbo rather users will submit this information themselves. They'll be an integration to kind of do so more easily Through that interface and then all the payments processed Through which in some way that we don't know yet so you know Obviously staying safe When you're doing some online dating a kind of key here you know sarah. How does does this make sense. Is this something. That's making more likely to use an app with this integration. Okay so it makes a lot of senate also doesn't make a lot of sense and that's because of the way that has rolled out. I will preface my my thoughts by saying i actually been in the situation in the past. I met somebody on a dating app. And i'll keep the. I'll keep the details brief. But that person did have a record and that record. And i want to say as you mentioned not just traffic violations drug possession violations that sort of thing that is not included in this. It's whatever gerbeau and match group and all of its subsidiary apps have decided are important for kind of match stuff however this particular situation that i'm talking about was something that i would have wanted to know about beforehand and there is no way to know beforehand because if anybody is used to being on a dd nap. They know that there are depending on which dating app. You're using for example tender. Makes you sign up with a facebook account so that i can hopefully grab your real name and your real age. Although you can still there are ways around it but most most of the time you meet somebody look at a couple of pictures. You might know their first name. Don't know their last name and you might know slightly a little bit about who they are what they do for work or for fun that kind of thing. You don't have much else to go on. And so if there is if there is some danger stranger danger going on in there you want to know at the same time this gets a little bit tricky because as you mentioned rich if it's paid feature and it sounds like that's what matches is deciding to do. There are lots of paid features on apps. You can jump to the front of the line if you're trying to get to know somebody that you've seen on an app. For example there are. There are lots of ways that you can pay to have a better experience but to pay to know of. Somebody is a violent offender. That is something that i think is pretty tricky and i. I would be surprised if there isn't a bit of backlash about that yet. It strikes me as a little problematic to kind of pay all the idea of safety. Like you're mentioning. The other thing is obviously when this rolls out. I imagine it's going to be incorporated into the culture of using that app. Pretty quickly to the point where i imagine last name phone number is going to be a fairly. You know like we're going. You're going to know if you're getting that information how it's probably going to abuse. I do wonder if Other users will receive a notification if a background check is run on them. I'm interested in the implications of that. I do think pudding that like giving users access to this but not serving as the middleman is the smart way for match to handle like in terms of a privacy kind of policy. I don't think they wanna get necessarily in that business. I think it's notable that they're also partnering with a nonprofit kind of i it makes people feel like i don't know if there may be more trustworthy. I haven't looked really specifically into into. How garbo is operatives for some. I've really heard of them. But isn't that like a property company. That's like trying to turn out. Is these background checks I also see though if your intent is to do harm and to do violence. I imagine it's fairly simple if you really wanted to. Provide a false last name that matches to a phone number. That has a clean record. Also like it's a good thing. Obviously this isn't the final word on safety. I don't think matches proposing as this. More tools for safety are good essentially problematic. Yeah and i think it's important for people to go like gosh. Dating is really good horrible. Now who are all these felons that are going to hurt people who have restraining orders against them. Listen i i mean it is no different than any other facet of life. I think that. I think that dating apps especially in our time that we live in have enjoyed some good and bad ebbs and flows of a of user use because there is maybe a little bit more chatting online. That

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Judge rules Google has to face lawsuit that claims it tracks users even in Incognito mode

Daily Tech News Show

05:29 min | 9 months ago

Judge rules Google has to face lawsuit that claims it tracks users even in Incognito mode

"U s district judge. Rudolph contraire us an initial injunction halting a forthcoming us investment ban on jomie agreeing with jammies lawsuit that it deprived the company of due process. The investment ban comes from an executive order. Signed back in november which bars american investment in firms with ties to the chinese military with the us department of defense putting jomie on that list and the band is set to go into effect next week. Gm subsidiary cruise acquired these self-driving startup voyage which currently operates a fleet of low-speed autonomous vehicles providing trips to residents of several retirement communities voyage was spun off from the online education platform. You disagree in two thousand seventeen. You'd acidy facebook integrated new features into its coronavirus. Information hub now. Displaying vaccine sites from vaccine finder with links to appointments. These hubs are available on facebook and also instagram with facebook apartment with health authorities to use. What's app to send notifications to get people registered for vaccines u s district judge. Lucy koh ruled that. Google must face a class action lawsuit that claims google collects data on users and chrome even when in incognito mode. The lawsuit was originally brought in june. Two thousand twenty and six at least five billion dollars in damages this morning oscar. Nominations came in apple tv plus received. Its first two nam's with wolf makers nominated for best animated feature wolf walker rather and greyhound nominated for best sound. Although apple tv plus still has some catching up to do net flicks led all streaming services with thirty five nominations including ten for david pinschers manque and six for the trial of chicago. Seven amazon received twelve of its own. Nominations all right rich. We're gonna talk about online dating. You ready i i am. I am more than ready. Because as part of an investment in the nonprofit background check company garbo match group who operates a whole range of dating apps will integrate the ability to run background checks on potential matches using a last name and a phone number. The feature will roll out. I a- tender and then later across matches other dating apps. Gover garbo collects public records and reports of violence or abuse including arrests convictions. Restraining order harassment and other violent crimes and eventually plans to support manually submitting police reports and other documents to their records as well notably these background. Checks will not serve as drug possession convictions or traffic violations as these offenses Don't meaningfully predict gender based violence according to garbo These checks will also be a paid feature for match although it's unclear if this'll be microtransactions where you just pay for each background check or bundled in as one of tinder subscription tiers match also said it's not sharing users data with garbo rather users will submit this information themselves. They'll just be an integration to kind of do so more easily Through that interface and then all the payments processed Through match in some way that we don't know yet so you know Obviously staying safe When you're doing some online dating a kind of key here you know sarah. How does does this make sense. Is this something. That's making more likely to use an app with this integration. Okay so it makes a lot of senate also doesn't make a lot of sense and that's because of the way that has rolled out. I will preface my my thoughts by saying i actually been in the situation in the past. I met somebody on a dating app. And i'll keep the. I'll keep the details brief. But that person did have a record and that record. And i want to say as you mentioned not just traffic violations drug possession violations that sort of thing that is not included in this. It's whatever gerbeau and match group and all of its subsidiary apps have decided are important for kind of match stuff however this particular situation that i'm talking about was something that i would have wanted to know about beforehand and there is no way to know beforehand because if anybody is used to being on a. Dd nap that. There are depending on which dating app. You're using for example tender. Makes you sign up with a facebook account so that i can hopefully grab your real name and your real age. Although you can still there are ways around it but most most of the time you meet somebody look at a couple of pictures. You might know their first name. Don't know their last name and you might know slightly a little bit about who they are what they do for work or for fun that kind of thing. You don't have much else to go on. And so if there is if there is some danger stranger danger going on in there you want to know at the same time this gets a little bit tricky because as you mentioned rich if it's paid feature and it sounds like that's what matches is deciding to do. There are lots of paid features on apps. You can jump to the front of the line if you're trying to get to know somebody that you've seen on an app. For example there are. There are lots of ways that you can pay to have a better experience but to pay to know of. Somebody is a violent offender. That is something that i think is pretty tricky and i. I would be surprised if there isn't a bit of backlash about that

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Washington Supreme Court strikes down felony drug possession law; Seattle PD will not arrest for possession

News, Traffic and Weather

02:05 min | 10 months ago

Washington Supreme Court strikes down felony drug possession law; Seattle PD will not arrest for possession

"Of illegal Drugs. This comes after the state Supreme Court ruled this week. That part of the felony drug possession law was unconstitutional is comes as a big surprise for a lot of people, including comas, Matt Markovich in the shadow of the King County courthouse just feet away from the sheriff's Headquarters. Users are happy collision be arresting us for drew position anyway. He's the guy directly affected by the court's ruling. Things would be relaxed a little bit. No. Yeah, I mean, you know we won't be so panicked because there's no fear of being arrested for possession of narcotics right now. After the state Supreme Court ruled the state's possession law unconscious. Tutu, sh inal Anyone who is serving a sentence for drug possession should be released. Tonight tomorrow as soon as possible, says an attorney who asked the court to strike down the long but it's also gonna let a lot of dangerous Criminals and felons out on the street, says the King County Council member and former prosecutor who worked with the Supreme Court. But people who are sitting in jail right now say, Hey, my whole convictions based on something that's unconstitutional. It's now a race against time Arrested or convicted drug users, with their attorneys moving quickly to get drug cases thrown out Many hundreds of prosecutions being thrown out even convictions potentially being thrown out, and that just creates chaos, But the Legislature can fix this by adding one word. Two to the statute that word is knowingly which as intent to possess into the law, something the court found absent. Two state senators just introduced a bill that does just that. Currently right now you could have controlled substances and not get arrested. It's kind of crazy. But even with a quick fix, attorneys could argue their clients were arrested or convicted. Under a law that was found unconstitutional. They don't want to doing drugs around here, and he passed that bubble crack pipe arrow on pipe, you know, fix would be immediate assumes the governor signs it. But right now, there's a push by many legislators. To decriminalize illegal drugs in Washington in Seattle, met Markovich come on. Ian's new developments were hearing the death of

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Washington court strikes down law that made unintentional possession of drugs a crime

The Gee and Ursula Show

07:11 min | 10 months ago

Washington court strikes down law that made unintentional possession of drugs a crime

"That the state Supreme Court has now struck down the law that makes the unintentional possession of drugs. Ah, felony in Washington. Why did the court make this decision And what will the impacts be? We wanted to bring in a legal expert and joining us now is Debra Erin's, A criminal law professor at Seattle University. Good morning, Deborah. Good morning. So when you heard and started reading through the decision yesterday it was a split decision. What was your immediate reaction? And how did you read it? Well, honestly, I was fairly surprised primarily because and anyone who resisted the decision will say this. The Supreme Court in the state has twice looked at the exact same statute. And has determined the book. It's a strict liability statute. That's what the state Legislature seems to want and has upheld the statute. In the past. It was somewhat surprising that now a majority of the state Supreme Court justices find that it violates both the state and federal constitution. So can you walk us through what the next step is? We are now you know, Yesterday we found out about it this morning. We're talking about it. What is the next step in all of this? Well, every other state in the country has something similar to you. Our state drugs statute, and every other state either has written into its statute or its state courts have determined that the state Legislature must have meant to write into its statues. I'm sort of intention that the individual has to have to possess the drugs that they would have to know. Do they have it that they would have to intend to possess that? And so we were actually an outlier. We're the only state that actually did hold people strictly liable for any drugs that were in their possession. So even if you had no idea you had a drugs on your person or in a backpack that someone it handed to you We were the last state where that could still get you convicted of a drug felony. And so the state Legislature at this point with simply need to go ahead. We dropped the statute and put in some sort of mental state of the state needs to prove at trial. Every criminal statute usually includes a thing a person has to do. And then what has to be killing on in their head at the same time, so the what the person has to do is already in The old statute. Now they just need to add in what needs to be going on in the person's head and would probably be language to be effective. The person would need to know that the substance they had was a drug or that they were in possession of drugs. Is Debra. As you pointed out, we were the outlier. And then now we're the outlier again because now we have no statute, right? It's like we went from one extreme to the other extreme. On. I know that for people who supported this decision over supporting this decision, they say, Well, it's going toe even it out and make it so that Minority populations aren't going to be disproportionately affected by this, but this also has an effect. Now we're police departments are saying, Well, we're just not going to even Make arrests for drug possession at all. Which then means that other crimes I mean, sometimes drug possession is the like the entry into What could be ah other crimes. If that makes sense. So it's almost like handcuffing, handcuffing prosecutors and police. Right. And you know, we are in a sense it out later, at least today, right? Although Oregon in the Hall, of course, be criminalized drug possession in that state, which is now operational is lost. So it is not that is now affirmatively legal to possess, said elicit drug in the state of Oregon. But it's no longer a crime. You'll pay a fine and it's basically now a civil infraction. So our neighbors to the South also are kind of in this position, but no, I I understand that concern. Absolutely. The truth is that if someone is engaging in a possession of a drug, and then they're also doing some other sort of harm. Obviously, the police will still have a lot of food to make an arrest and certainly Groups are often very concerned that the reason that someone comes to the attention of police is they may be used drug possession as an excuse to interact with individuals who otherwise are causing other social firms. And so I think that's why some civil overuse groups are excited, at least for a period of time. Right now, please. Won't have that of a hook to be able to stop and it will be more difficult for police to go ahead and stop or arrest people based on low level drug offenses. Okay, So as of right now, though, if the Legislature doesn't act this session Could someone have a larger amount of drugs? That would clearly not be just for personal use? But say, Hey, I had no clue that I had this and get away with it. He had no. The state Supreme Court was pretty clear. I think in the decision that we do have statues that penalized distribution or possession with intent to distribute ER, trafficking drugs, and those that she's already do require the person toe have a mental state with respect to the drugs, so there are still ways to arrest and prosecute people. Larger quantities of illicit substances where you really do you think that they're selling or trafficking? It's just people who have drugs that generally would be for personal use that for right now, there isn't a statute criminalizing that behavior. This is the voice of Deborah Errands. She is the criminal law professor at Seattle University. As she joins the gene nurses show last question for you as the as the we We wait for the next decision to be made. What does this mean? For someone that is currently incarcerated that has been arrested or charged with some of the things that now seem to be going away? Can you talk about that? Yeah, absolutely. If the only thing that you have pending is a possession of a drug charge at this point, there's no statute to prosecute you under so people who either are pre conviction or who have been convicted and have not kind of exhausted their initial sort of appeal. So you get convicted. Maybe you appeal to the appellate court. People who are in that position should at this point no longer have drug charges pending or drug convictions. It's a little more complicated for people who have been convicted and who have exhausted their appeals, which is going to be a lot of folks who might be incarcerated. On drug possession charges, the state Supreme Court probably would need to separately. Consider whether or not this new rule that they have announced is going to be retroactive. Very well may be Um, but they probably will have to issue a separate decision explaining whether or not the world's retroactive, this particular litigant Woz directly appealing her conviction, so she's in a different position than someone who's been convicted, already gone to prison and already exhausted their

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"drug possession" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"drug possession" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"To D criminalized drug possession in our state. That's one of the stories coming up after Khyber radio, real time traffic here's Tracy Taylor. So I'm watching the slow down certain a forum on South and I five as we get past Bridgeport, it works its way down to Dupont's Tilikum road and drivers heading north and are going to find some heavier traffic near the main gate and Working its way into parts of Lakewood drivers look good on 5 12 and to get out to the south him mall and yes, there is some slowing cell phone in the Valley Freeway, So I have highway 18. And that's pretty much often on out to the 4 10 5 12 interchange. You will find some crowding as we get close to the fairgrounds on 5 12 and a slight hesitation on highway 16 out here. We'll watch it but a bumper to bumper drive from highway 18 heading out towards 54th in five. Drivers in Seattle, experiencing some delays outside of Ravenna through the convention center out to the West Seattle Bridge in north on five has filled in outside of North Gate working its way into mount like terrorists. You will find some crowding around highway to East Side drivers experiencing some delays out of Bellevue. And don't forget the westbound 5 20 lanes closed tonight between 92nd Montlake at 11 o'clock traffic is brought to you by The state of Washington, wondering when you can get the covert vaccine and find out if you can get it now, or get notified when it's your turn at Find your phase, wh dot org's That's find your face w a dartboard. Cairo radio Real time traffic I'm Tracy Taylor, now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my Northwest com Gut punch Just frustrating. Washington State residents stuck in phase one of the governor's reopening plan or crying foul. The governor says it all comes down to covert numbers, Khyber Radio Stone cold, Jennings explains. State officials say there's.

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Boston Man Arrested For Attacking State Police Trooper During Traffic Stop

WBZ Afternoon News

00:58 sec | 10 months ago

Boston Man Arrested For Attacking State Police Trooper During Traffic Stop

"An off duty state trooper helps rescue another who was being beaten by a suspect in the middle of the highway. WBC. Suzanne Saz Ville has the store. It was a wild scene at around 2 30 Saturday morning when a state trooper stopped a man for speeding on route 24 South and Randolph. Police say the man punched the trooper in the face and then pushed his head into the pavement and choked him when they got back on their feet. The suspect allegedly pushed the trooper into the middle of the highway, where he almost got hit. You say At one point, the man even tried to grab the trooper's gun and off duty Trooper was driving down the highway and stopped when he saw what was going on. The suspect, then got back in his car and took off. He was captured leader and Stone and arrested Devin Fuller of Boston faces a dozen charges, including assault with intent to murder drug possession with intent to distribute and driving under a suspended license. The trooper was treated for his injuries at Milton Hospital.

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Decriminalizing The War On Drugs

Latino USA

05:40 min | 11 months ago

Decriminalizing The War On Drugs

"In the summer of nineteen seventy one president richard. Nixon declared a so-called. You're on drugs. But i consider this problem so urgent. I also found that it was scattered so much throughout the government with so much conflict without coordination that it had to be brought into the white house so that we have not only the responsibility but the authorities to see that we wages defensive effectively an coordinated way the goal was to curb the use of illicit substances by levying increased. Police presence classifying a number of drugs at the federal level and by making longer prison sentences. Mandatory for the use and distribution of narcotics nearing the fiftieth anniversary of that decision. The war on drugs is still very much alive. Millions of people have been incarcerated from windows policing and the advent of stop and frisk to no knock warrants and the militarization of local police departments. All of this born from the so called war on drugs and all have been used primarily target communities of color advocates for reform have long that punitive policies have not only failed to reduce the flow of drugs across the country but also strengthen illicit drug markets creating risky and unhealthy conditions for people who choose to use drugs. Meanwhile more than seventy thousand people died last year alone as a result of drug. Overdoses is clearly failing in the war on drugs and advocates. Say it's because we've gone about it completely. The wrong way by focusing on the criminal element of drug use instead of seeing it through the lens of healthcare access and social justice to talk about this issue. We're joined by muddied sep it is. Who's the director of the national affairs at the drug policy alliance in washington d. c. leads the organization's federal work to end the war on drugs. Mighty snap is welcome to letting you. usa inc you. I'm so excited to be here with you today. So recently a lot has been happening with drug decriminalization but before we get into that. Let's take a few steps back and you know. Set the picture for how we got to this place and this is a place where for example someone could be caught in possession of a small amount of marijuana and they could be sentenced to spend the rest of their life in prison in some parts of the country. Still yes sadly. That's the case. Drug enforcement continues to be a driver of mass incarceration. In fact one person is arrested every twenty three seconds for simple drug possession so it continues to be a a big feeder into not just the criminal justice system but you have to think of all of the collateral consequences for instance a conviction can make it harder for you to put your life back on track to go to school to obtain even get a job in the first place to keep a roof over your head to feed your family so it continues to be something. That is a huge detriment. In a lot of people's lives many drugs that are illegal today such as marijuana opium coca psychedelics if unused for thousands of years for both medical and spiritual purposes but we also know that this country has a long history of pech waiting racialized drug war. I think something that a lot of people might not know is that the first anti-drug laws in the united states were actually built specifically to criminalize people of color. Starting with the eighteen seventies we saw laws targeting chinese immigrants in california. This is the first time we saw anti opium laws pop around. Are you saying that basically opium was around and used once you had the arrival of men and women from china who were actually working on the railroad that that's when it becomes a problem. Yeah so what. We started to see around. the eighteen. Hundreds was that anti drug laws started to pop up. Civically created to target certain communities of color and the eighteen seventies saw the rise of the first anti-drug laws in those drugs were anti opium laws that were targeted at chinese immigrants. Soon after that in the nineteen hundreds in the south we saw that mccain became illegal in that was related target african american men Who were using the substance and then of course in the nineteen thirties. That mexican mexican americans were criminalised for marijuana use. Of course you know when we talk about. Marijuana can't ignore the fact that marijuana itself was a term that was developed to criminalise mexican americans and mexicans who were who were using the plant and this happened with the first individual who was responsible for drug enforcement in the us but these were all intentional decisions by the government to criminalise communities of color to really dejected. People who were not wanted in the society and you know unfortunately those policy decisions still play out today because drug use continues to be something that there is a lot of hysteria around and people of color continued to be disproportionately enforced for drug use and drug activity even though all the data tells us that black and brown individuals use drugs at similar rates and sometimes even lower rates than white individuals.

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"drug possession" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"drug possession" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"The Access Wdun party, Chevrolet newsroom, I'm carefully Sizemore. An investigation is underway after police found a man dead with a gunshot wound outside of the Lawrenceville apartment building Thursday morning. WD wins AUSTIN Eller has more, according to a press release from the Gwinnett County Police Department. Officers responded to an apartment building on Walter Boulevard just after 10 a.m.. After someone called 911 to report hearing a gunshot. The really says the collar also saw the man lying at the bottom of a stairwell. When they arrived, Officers found the man dead with at least one gunshot wound. Release. State's investigators are working to determine why the man was at the apartment complex. Detectives are asking any witnesses to come forward with information. Eight people accused of being involved in a drug organization in Gainesville have now been sentenced. Members of the drug ring. We're selling methamphetamine and were uncovered after a lengthy investigation. Operation night train. A long term organized crime Drug enforcement task force discovered the conspiracy and arrested the individuals who also faced charges for drug possession and money laundering. The names of those sentenced along with their charges can be found on our Web site Access Wdun. And the state is apparently withholding. Potvin 19 vaccines from one Northeast Georgia Health Center Until this summer, the AJ C reports the medical center of Elberton has been giving out vaccines to teachers, even though they're not yet part of the eligible population in Georgia and administrator with the Overton office says the state won't be sending them vaccines for six months. You to the violation. There's more news on access to be dealing. Now. Here's your access. Wdun forecast clear, windy and cold Upper twenties Friday sunshine not as windy high of 52 mostly clear 30.

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Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash

The Addicted Mind Podcast

06:57 min | 11 months ago

Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash

"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast today. My guest is jeff. Nash and he is going to talk about habilitated and their model for sustained recovery. Jeff thank you so much for coming. Onto the addicted mind podcast. I am really interested to hear your story but also to hear your model of addiction treatment. Thank you thanks for means a pleasure to be here this morning. All right so tell us a little bit. Where does it all start for you. Oh wow that's a long story like a lot of people. I ended up getting involved with drugs alcohol at a very young age twelve years low and it got really bad really fast. By the time. I was sixteen years old. I was shooting heroin and other substances saw and renew sleep and of course that brought a lot of legal problems and now jail lots of treatment and i was raised in texas dallas texas and i went through fourteen different treatment programs throughout my life and continued really struggle in and out of jail in and out of programs so the age of thirty actually twenty nine years old is when i finally got it together and for me rui. I realized later that i needed. I needed more than just. The normal substance use treatment. I needed a life. Overall are some point hind landed in. Hawaii ended up in trouble ear in jail and eventually ended up in the village. And i kind of took to habilitates philosophy like a duck. They helped me find a passion. Nail figure out who i was and on the final i had a knack for helping other people. They put me through a lot of training. They sent me to school to learn about a substance use treatment and administration and things like that and eventually i became the program. Director for tat. And i did that job for about sixteen years. I was very blessed. I was trained but actually the last person that was trained by the people who founded the program unfortunately our founder any marino us. Since passed away. But i was very blessed to be trained by heaven his wife and then i did the program director of the program for about sixty years and the ultimate two thousand fifteen. I became the executive director. So i've been with a village out now for about twenty four years. I think and different abilities very much. Enjoy what we do and this is so you know. I found my niche. I guess and got a nice life. Now been clean and sober for about twenty four years. That's awesome that's career. Comedy story pretty similar to people's stories right. Tell me a little bit about the fourteen times of trying treatment so here you were addicted pretty early. I guess you know. I think he said thirteen or fourteen years old drugs. By the time. I was sixteen hours using obviously right so using some really hardcore drugs at a very young age very young age of development and you into fourteen different treatment centers. I mean. that's really like someone who is trying to get help ya. Well i think to me jimmy rule honest. I think my family wanted me to get a lot more than i really. Did you know. I had a lot of people i mean i have some childhood traumas that were unresolved goes very angry. Disenfranchised with life you know the family was dysfunctional. Common themes wait was substance abuse on trying and trying really. It was when i got to be a little bit older and how to jail and withdraw in jail and watching life pass me by and to get a little bit more motivated like i need to give together. This is not fine. I was actually of a lengthy prison sentence that i was facing drums now for for drug for drug possession. That's what prompted me to trying. Really dig down deep and try and overcome all these issues until you know certainly wasn't fixed a thirty day curated took me a few years therapy Few years of mentorship but there was a it. Sounds like there was a change in you where you said. Okay i gotta dig deeper here. Something's gotta be different. I can't keep going like this really crazy to say i was on about ninety milligrams of methadone back in the nineties. And i i went to jail overstated. They didn't give me the doses. Methadone so i ended up withdrawing older. Eat from both methadone in heroin on the floor. Wow jail and it was a newsroom experience. I mean it a really miserable experience you know. It was in that fog than i decided. you know. this isn't fun anymore. And you know i mean most of the reason that i was using drugs to escape age of of that i created for myself really but it was a coping skill. Drug use was a coping skill. Not not a very resourceful coping skill but it was yulong and you know the payable. That really made me decide that. I needed to try something else. I was very blessed. Because i i was in jail here in hawaii. And there's a program here old milita which is known as the long hard core long-term aren't or program and the you know. The word on the street was that if you really wanna get your act together. That's the place that you go. And i didn't have anything to lose. That's for sure. So i reached out to them in jail and call them. They came to visit me in jail in a few weeks later. They got me into the program so they are able to to take you in and you really wanted to to get some treatment. It sounds like you were kind of ready at that point. Yeah find the right place in the right place mentally and emotionally that i knew something had to change about jails institutions and death while i was facing all that and it became very apparent to me that the gig was up and it was time to make a change are the only alternative was either gonna die or overdose. Several times nearly died but is facing lindsay incarceration because of by drug use.

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Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:43 min | 11 months ago

Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash

"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast today. My guest is jeff. Nash and he is going to talk about habilitated and their model for sustained recovery. Jeff thank you so much for coming. Onto the addicted mind podcast. I am really interested to hear your story but also to hear your model of addiction treatment. Thank you thanks for means a pleasure to be here this morning. All right so tell us a little bit. Where does it all start for you. Oh wow that's a long story like a lot of people. I ended up getting involved with drugs alcohol at a very young age twelve years low and it got really bad really fast. By the time. I was sixteen years old. I was shooting heroin and other substances saw and renew sleep and of course that brought a lot of legal problems and now jail lots of treatment and i was raised in texas dallas texas and i went through fourteen different treatment programs throughout my life and continued really struggle in and out of jail in and out of programs so the age of thirty actually twenty nine years old is when i finally got it together and for me rui. I realized later that i needed. I needed more than just. The normal substance use treatment. I needed a life. Overall are some point hind landed in. Hawaii ended up in trouble ear in jail and eventually ended up in the village. And i kind of took to habilitates philosophy like a duck. They helped me find a passion. Nail figure out who i was and on the final i had a knack for helping other people. They put me through a lot of training. They sent me to school to learn about a substance use treatment and administration and things like that and eventually i became the program. Director for tat. And i did that job for about sixteen years. I was very blessed. I was trained but actually the last person that was trained by the people who founded the program unfortunately our founder any marino us. Since passed away. But i was very blessed to be trained by heaven his wife and then i did the program director of the program for about sixty years and the ultimate two thousand fifteen. I became the executive director. So i've been with a village out now for about twenty four years. I think and different abilities very much. Enjoy what we do and this is so you know. I found my niche. I guess and got a nice life. Now been clean and sober for about twenty four years. That's awesome that's career. Comedy story pretty similar to people's stories right. Tell me a little bit about the fourteen times of trying treatment so here you were addicted pretty early. I guess you know. I think he said thirteen or fourteen years old drugs. By the time. I was sixteen hours using obviously right so using some really hardcore drugs at a very young age very young age of development and you into fourteen different treatment centers. I mean. that's really like someone who is trying to get help ya. Well i think to me jimmy rule honest. I think my family wanted me to get a lot more than i really. Did you know. I had a lot of people i mean i have some childhood traumas that were unresolved goes very angry. Disenfranchised with life you know the family was dysfunctional. Common themes wait was substance abuse on trying and trying really. It was when i got to be a little bit older and how to jail and withdraw in jail and watching life pass me by and to get a little bit more motivated like i need to give together. This is not fine. I was actually of a lengthy prison sentence that i was facing drums now for for drug for drug possession. That's what prompted me to trying. Really dig down deep and try and overcome all these issues until you know certainly wasn't fixed a thirty day curated took me a few years therapy Few years of mentorship

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Interview With Jeff Nash ON Creating Community

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:34 min | 11 months ago

Interview With Jeff Nash ON Creating Community

"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast today. My guest is jeff. Nash and he is going to talk about habilitated and their model for sustained recovery. Jeff thank you so much for coming. Onto the addicted mind podcast. I am really interested to hear your story but also to hear your model of addiction treatment. Thank you thanks for means a pleasure to be here this morning. All right so tell us a little bit. Where does it all start for you. Oh wow that's a long story like a lot of people. I ended up getting involved with drugs alcohol at a very young age twelve years low and it got really bad really fast. By the time. I was sixteen years old. I was shooting heroin and other substances saw and renew sleep and of course that brought a lot of legal problems and now jail lots of treatment and i was raised in texas dallas texas and i went through fourteen different treatment programs throughout my life and continued really struggle in and out of jail in and out of programs so the age of thirty actually twenty nine years old is when i finally got it together and for me rui. I realized later that i needed. I needed more than just. The normal substance use treatment. I needed a life. Overall are some point hind landed in. Hawaii ended up in trouble ear in jail and eventually ended up in the village. And i kind of took to habilitates philosophy like a duck. They helped me find a passion. Nail figure out who i was and on the final i had a knack for helping other people. They put me through a lot of training. They sent me to school to learn about a substance use treatment and administration and things like that and eventually i became the program. Director for tat. And i did that job for about sixteen years. I was very blessed. I was trained but actually the last person that was trained by the people who founded the program unfortunately our founder any marino us. Since passed away. But i was very blessed to be trained by heaven his wife and then i did the program director of the program for about sixty years and the ultimate two thousand fifteen. I became the executive director. So i've been with a village out now for about twenty four years. I think and different abilities very much. Enjoy what we do and this is so you know. I found my niche. I guess and got a nice life. Now been clean and sober for about twenty four years. That's awesome that's career. Comedy story pretty similar to people's stories right. Tell me a little bit about the fourteen times of trying treatment so here you were addicted pretty early. I guess you know. I think he said thirteen or fourteen years old drugs. By the time. I was sixteen hours using obviously right so using some really hardcore drugs at a very young age very young age of development and you into fourteen different treatment centers. I mean. that's really like someone who is trying to get help ya. Well i think to me jimmy rule honest. I think my family wanted me to get a lot more than i really. Did you know. I had a lot of people i mean i have some childhood traumas that were unresolved goes very angry. Disenfranchised with life you know the family was dysfunctional. Common themes wait was substance abuse on trying and trying really. It was when i got to be a little bit older and how to jail and withdraw in jail and watching life pass me by and to get a little bit more motivated like i need to give together. This is not fine. I was actually of a lengthy prison sentence that i was facing drums now for for drug for drug possession. That's what prompted me to trying. Really dig down deep and try and overcome all these issues until

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Joe Clark, Tough Principal at New Jersey High School, Dies at 82

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Joe Clark, Tough Principal at New Jersey High School, Dies at 82

"Finally tonight remembering an educator who's tough love made all the difference. He was known for walking the halls of east side high school with a bullhorn bat. That use the call. Me crazy. Joe not joe clark. Fame principal credited for turning around and paterson new jersey high school plagued by crime and drugs in the nineteen eighties. I'm gonna carry these bad drug pusher. I seen tried to get into those thirty five gone. The former army drill sergeant expelled three hundred students his first week. He said for fighting abusing teachers and drug possession defending the process on. Gma back in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. We're sick and tired of religious parasites hang around individuals who adjust eroding the basic fabric of this nation. And the only thing. I am saying no more hand me out soon. His ways caught on the dynamic man and bond and one hundred percent won't crazy fellow but he's good at it. His code displayed in his office to air. Human to forgive is not my policy and outside his door. Don't take any prisoners tough. Talk tough love but real results over the decade test scores. Shot up if this story sounds familiar. You probably saw it on the big screen. Lean on me. Starring morgan freeman as joe clark. There's only one boston this place. And that's me. The real joe. Clark spoke to ted koppel on nightline the year before he retired as principal. I'm simply saying to three thousand blackness. Spanish students it is about time that you become productive. I don't think it's you're working nearly up to your intellectual Potential and tonight one of those lives. He touched remembering him saying it was because of his principal ship that i'm a proud graduate of east side high school one of the best experiences of my life.

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Massachusetts man pleads guilty in Boston-area robberies

WBZ Midday News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts man pleads guilty in Boston-area robberies

"More than a dozen robberies in the Greater Boston area. The man's name is Louis Central on. He pleaded guilty this week and U. S District Court in Boston to 14 counts of robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery. Thies robberies happening between December 2017 and February 2018 and, according to the U. S attorney's office, Antron also copped to drug possession charges. Hundreds of residents in a South

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Mississippi votes in favor of adopting new flag

Democracy Now! Audio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Mississippi votes in favor of adopting new flag

"Mississippi. Voters have approved a new state flag with a magnolia flower replacing the confederate battle. Flag emblem that had flown over the mississippi state capital since eighteen ninety four in arizona and new jersey voters have approved ballot measures legalizing the possession and use of recreational marijuana for adults age twenty one and up and in oregon measure one ten has passed making oregon the first state to decriminalize low level drug possession while legalizing the recreational use of psychedelic. Mushrooms will use the savings from reduced prison time to fund crime prevention and treatment programs.

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How to Abolish Prison Like a Feminist

Unladylike

05:10 min | 1 year ago

How to Abolish Prison Like a Feminist

"Kristen in early June you me and seemingly everyone in our social media feeds started talking about two big barns ideas that most of us had never even thought about before, and they are defunding the police and abolishing prisons. Yeah, those two ideas are intertwined, but not synonymous so defunding the police means diverting funds away from law enforcement and reinvesting them into public services like healthcare education, social work, abolishing prisons, which were focusing on today kind of means what? What it sounds like eliminating the prison system altogether, yeah, and Kristen our unladylike wheels really got turning when we noticed how all these brand new conversations about policing and prisons have also stoked old fears about who'll protect women like without police who will keep us safe from rapists and predators and without prison. How can the Harvey Weinstein's of the world ever be held accountable today's guest prison abolitionist? My car gets asked these kinds of questions a lot. You know you want to say like okay, but what about rape his? Like, what do we do with people who have actually tremendous violence, and if you don't believe that this is the justice system, if you don't believe that it holds people accountable and. Doesn't actually change the structures that led to that violence at all. then. You can't embrace it for anybody, so it's not about being easy on people. It's not about like we just have to be nice to reverse like. It's not about that. It's about the fact that this system doesn't actually do justice. My is the editor in chief of the social justice new site truth out CO author of the new book prison by any other name, and she spent the past fifteen years or ising. And speaking out about prison abolition, and because these big abolitionist ideas are new to a lot of us. We're GONNA take this episode and the next to reconsider what justice for sexual and gender based violence looks like beyond calling the cops and putting people behind bars so today my is going to share her very personal inspiration behind her prison. Politics explained to us why policing and prisons don't make women safer and connect the dots between feminism and abolition For me, actually feminism and prison abolition have always been very deeply connected. Just to be clear I was a feminist way before it ever heard of prison. Abolition I was one of those middle schoolers with reproductive rights stickers on my bedroom wall. When my first started reporting on mass incarceration in prison conditions in the early two thousands, a feminist mentor open her eyes to the abuse. Female inmates face in particular, but she wasn't fully thinking in terms of abolition yet. Then, her activism had some in two thousand five. Her teenage sister was arrested at school for drug possession and wound up in juvenile jail. This is what folks mean. When they talk about the school to prison pipeline, it describes how public school punishment funnels kids into the juvenile and criminal justice systems. When my sister got out of juvenile, jail. She kind of had this outlook on life was just completely depleted. She felt like you know you're in this institution. Where you're reduced to a number and you're told this is your life like she always talks about how she was told by guards repeatedly. Oh, I'm going to see you back here. And enduring these jokes about how you're going to graduate to adult prison like that's that's your future. It did become her future. Maya sister became addicted to heroin pretty soon after her release from juvenile detention, and over the next fifteen years she cycled in and out of jails and prisons. Every time it was drug related. So, for example she would get out of jail or get out of prison, and then she would be placed in mandatory treatment and told you have to abide by these conditions. You have to be completely abstinent from drugs and alcohol. You have to obey this curfew. You have to not associate with certain people. All of these conditions that very often people are given when they're on probation or mandatory treatment. And she would inevitably not able to do that. Because part of the nature of addiction is actually relaxing, thing you know, and then she would be shuttled right back into jail right back into prison or some other oppressive institutions.

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"drug possession" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"drug possession" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Can learn more about the event, which is essentially a non-event and what I mean by that is, there's no one who is in charge. There is no board of directors there's it's decentralized right so there's nobody who is an organizer of fork fast fest happens during a certain timeframe and people who are cool show up and hang out and they do things. that are cool in a lot. Lot of cases I have yet to go down to the Dome, which is a little ways down the hill from here but the guys from any pay. Of course it put up their epic dome once again. They put it up last year through a few parties in there, and I believe they're doing the space disco. This Friday night at that. Dome I know last year there. Parties were invitation only. We'll do our best to get you and invite footloose. I think you'd get along with those guys. That'd be great. So, yeah, so in an Aria special guest footloose. I didn't know how long this interview was going to go It's one of those things where we. We play it by ear. No, no, please don't apologize. It's very interesting, very outrageous. We play by ear. If somebody's, you know, it's typical interview, it's GonNa be a segment. We're going to move on, but this was we're coming up on. SAR This was shocking and he's revealing to us just how horrifying the government's jail system is! HOW INHUMANE! It is how. Obsessed. With control that these people are that work in these prisons and jails, and all of the things you've been describing to us over the last hour and a half, or so of this interview all happen to you pretrial meaning you're at convicted riot jury, or even by a judge of anything, but yet you've spent now in the I think the time frame that you've been telling us about well over a year and a half or so almost two years in the hall years behind bars. Almost all the time was in the whole ultimately at the prison. They've moved into the state, prison. and. Put you in the whole there and so you just kept getting these twenty two thousand eight hundred sentences for not getting out of bed fast enough when goon. was demanding that you do that, and that's where you were going to pick up Miller, the only one who demanded that you actually get out of bed. Right the rest of the time with you just waving. Yeah. The other ones were fine with me waving and I think what happened was that. They messed with him and go because you were talking about who is always in a bad mood he was. A tight out! You know by the book kind of Guy and. He would power power hungry. Oh, yeah, I say if you don't do what I say, so, what happened was that the other guards told him because he told me one day he was like. Everyone else. They told me you sound for them I'm like no, I. Don't man so I think they got. They were like you know hazing him a little bit to get him to. They knew he would do that to me so anyways. The warden ends up letting me out early right without me, asking because he knew that it was unjustified and letting you out of prison or letting out out of the whole, so at this point I've been sentenced I've I've had my trial. Really actually we with whose years I had a trial, and then I I had a mistrial. Sorry, and then they tried me again and I had. So Idaho jury, and then I got found guilty. You know yeah. I won't even get out, so it took. It took about two years to get to the actual trial to finish it and complete it believable. By that time I was sentenced. On Saturday trials. What was Oh boy? I go for drug possession so I drug possession. And then they had. They had a bail jumping as well for the drug possession. Charge me with. My memory problem with. A felony, so they gave me A. Two and a half to seven for the drugs felony drug, which is a seven year sentence seven, possibly getting out and tune out so maximum sentence basically. On the drugs and then A. I think it was a two and a half the five suspended for five years on the bail, jumping consecutive to the. Drug charges. So so you're looking at seven and a half to twelve years. Yes, so while I did I I ended up doing. Four years and nine months before I finally paroled out. Wow! Four years including the the two that you were in pretrial right, so yes, yes, total, so I was in solitary confinement the entire time even when I went to spews psychiatric unit that was all about when the word and let you out. That was still solitary confinement the. Out of what into solitary we let me out of the whole a whole yours. It's called punitive. The difference for a listener between solitary confinement and the whole. What's the difference? The difference is in the whole. There's twenty four seven lights, Oh, my God, there is no plug its role torture. Yeah, that's twenty four seven lights and. You're not allowed to order coffee or anything like that. No, no comments. You don't get state pay so this is another thing to buy hygiene and stamps. They give everyone state pay, and then you get different jobs earn higher amounts of stay pay whatever the most you can get like two dollars a day and so you get eighty five cents a day state. Hey, I believe when you're in punitive segregation. Get state right so I was in there. The whole time I wasn't allowed to buy stamps paper envelopes nothing, so I had to have other guys I fish out. Throw a line under the door, entire lines and get stuff from other guys. Wow, yeah and. So you're in so even though you are in the whole. It was still in the segregation unit. It's just a special to tears. That's eight cells per tear there are. And then there's upstairs downstairs and there are. It's like a a three pronged cross. Run at this point there to nine. You thinks that they are required to give you. According to the freaking Geneva Convention Right, why basic hygiene al-bassal things like that a dictionary? How I went to court one day from the whole for my trial I come back and my dictionaries gone. I bought it in the whole. It was on the the because you can buy. Hygiene stuff, so it was on eighteen lists. You can't get most commissary, but you can get gets eight. Six of as you can get an who th pastes. Paper Okay So. I. What with what money because they're denying you that as well right right so they? Got A little bit of state pay and I'm trying to think. How did I my buddy? One of the guys had his mom send me a little bit of money or something so I had a tiny bit bought. The dictionary was like I had nothing to read so I bought a dictionary, and then I'd their stuff in the back. You know facts and things like that so I flipped through the Dictionary Day..

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"drug possession" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"drug possession" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Can learn more about the event, which is essentially a non-event and what I mean by that is, there's no one who is in charge. There is no board of directors there's it's decentralized right so there's nobody who is an organizer of fork fast fest happens during a certain timeframe and people who are cool show up and hang out and they do things. that are cool in a lot. Lot of cases I have yet to go down to the Dome, which is a little ways down the hill from here but the guys from any pay. Of course it put up their epic dome once again. They put it up last year through a few parties in there, and I believe they're doing the space disco. This Friday night at that. Dome I know last year there. Parties were invitation only. We'll do our best to get you and invite footloose. I think you'd get along with those guys. That'd be great. So, yeah, so in an Aria special guest footloose. I didn't know how long this interview was going to go It's one of those things where we. We play it by ear. No, no, please don't apologize. It's very interesting, very outrageous. We play by ear. If somebody's, you know, it's typical interview, it's GonNa be a segment. We're going to move on, but this was we're coming up on. SAR This was shocking and he's revealing to us just how horrifying the government's jail system is! HOW INHUMANE! It is how. Obsessed. With control that these people are that work in these prisons and jails, and all of the things you've been describing to us over the last hour and a half, or so of this interview all happen to you pretrial meaning you're at convicted riot jury, or even by a judge of anything, but yet you've spent now in the I think the time frame that you've been telling us about well over a year and a half or so almost two years in the hall years behind bars. Almost all the time was in the whole ultimately at the prison. They've moved into the state, prison. and. Put you in the whole there and so you just kept getting these twenty two thousand eight hundred sentences for not getting out of bed fast enough when goon. was demanding that you do that, and that's where you were going to pick up Miller, the only one who demanded that you actually get out of bed. Right the rest of the time with you just waving. Yeah. The other ones were fine with me waving and I think what happened was that. They messed with him and go because you were talking about who is always in a bad mood he was. A tight out! You know by the book kind of Guy and. He would power power hungry. Oh, yeah, I say if you don't do what I say, so, what happened was that the other guards told him because he told me one day he was like. Everyone else. They told me you sound for them I'm like no, I. Don't man so I think they got. They were like you know hazing him a little bit to get him to. They knew he would do that to me so anyways. The warden ends up letting me out early right without me, asking because he knew that it was unjustified and letting you out of prison or letting out out of the whole, so at this point I've been sentenced I've I've had my trial. Really actually we with whose years I had a trial, and then I I had a mistrial. Sorry, and then they tried me again and I had. So Idaho jury, and then I got found guilty. You know yeah. I won't even get out, so it took. It took about two years to get to the actual trial to finish it and complete it believable. By that time I was sentenced. On Saturday trials. What was Oh boy? I go for drug possession so I drug possession. And then they had. They had a bail jumping as well for the drug possession. Charge me with. My memory problem with. A felony, so they gave me A. Two and a half to seven for the drugs felony drug, which is a seven year sentence seven, possibly getting out and tune out so maximum sentence basically. On the drugs and then A. I think it was a two and a half the five suspended for five years on the bail, jumping consecutive to the. Drug charges. So so you're looking at seven and a half to twelve years. Yes, so while I did I I ended up doing. Four years and nine months before I finally paroled out. Wow! Four years including the the two that you were in pretrial right, so yes, yes, total, so I was in solitary confinement the entire time even when I went to spews psychiatric unit that was all about when the word and let you out. That was still solitary confinement the. Out of what into solitary we let me out of the whole a whole yours. It's called punitive. The difference for a listener between solitary confinement and the whole. What's the difference? The difference is in the whole. There's twenty four seven lights, Oh, my God, there is no plug its role torture. Yeah, that's twenty four seven lights and. You're not allowed to order coffee or anything like that. No, no comments. You don't get state pay so this is another thing to buy hygiene and stamps. They give everyone state pay, and then you get different jobs earn higher amounts of stay pay whatever the most you can get like two dollars a day and so you get eighty five cents a day state. Hey, I believe when you're in punitive segregation. Get state right so I was in there. The whole time I wasn't allowed to buy stamps paper envelopes nothing, so I had to have other guys I fish out. Throw a line under the door, entire lines and get stuff from other guys. Wow, yeah and. So you're in so even though you are in the whole. It was still in the segregation unit. It's just a special to tears. That's eight cells per tear there are. And then there's upstairs downstairs and there are. It's like a a three pronged cross. Run at this point there to nine. You thinks that they are required to give you. According to the freaking Geneva Convention Right, why basic hygiene al-bassal things like that a dictionary? How I went to court one day from the whole for my trial I come back and my dictionaries gone. I bought it in the whole. It was on the the because you can buy. Hygiene stuff, so it was on eighteen lists. You can't get most commissary, but you can get gets eight. Six of as you can get an who th pastes. Paper Okay So. I. What with what money because they're denying you that as well right right so they? Got A little bit of state pay and I'm trying to think. How did I my buddy? One of the guys had his mom send me a little bit of money or something so I had a tiny bit bought. The dictionary was like I had nothing to read so I bought a dictionary, and then I'd their stuff in the back. You know facts and things like that so I flipped through the Dictionary Day..

drug possession Idaho goon. Miller
"drug possession" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"drug possession" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Can Learn more about the events which is essentially a non-event and what I mean by that is. There's no one who is in charge. There's no board of directors there's it's decentralized right so there's nobody who is organizer of Fork Fest Fork Fest just happens during certain timeframe and people who are cool show up in. Hang out and they do things. That are cool. In a lot of cases, I have yet to go down to the Dome, which is a little ways down the hill from here but the guys from any pay. Of course it put up their epic dome once again. They put it up last year through a few parties in there and I believe they're doing these space disco. This Friday night at that dome. I know last year their parties were invitation only so We'll do our best to get you and invite footloose I. Think you'd get along with those guys. That'd be great. So yeah, so in an Aria with our special guest footloose I didn't know how long this interview was GonNa go You know it's one of those things where we we play it by ear. No, no, please don't apologize. It's very interesting very outrageous. We play by ear. If somebody's, you know if it's just typical interview, it's going to be a segment and we're gonNA move on, but was we're coming up on. The SAR this was just shocking, and he's revealing to us just how horrifying the government's jail system is! HOW INHUMANE! It is how a obsessed. With control that these people are that work in these prisons and jails, and all of the things you've been describing to us over the last hour and a half, or so of this interview all happen to you pre-trial meaning you weren't convicted riot jury or even by a judge right anything, but yet you've spent now in the time frame that you've been telling us about well over a year and a half or so almost two years in the hall years behind bars. Almost all the time was in the whole ultimately at the prison. They've moved you to the state prison. and. Put you in the whole there and so you just kept getting these twenty day twenty day twenty days. Sentences for not getting out of bed fast enough when some goon. was demanding that you do that and that's where you were going to pick local Miller. The only one who demanded that you actually get out of bed, right? The rest of the cars were. Waving. Yeah the other ones were fine with me waving and I think what happened was that. They messed with him and. Talking about who is always in a bad mood he has taken. A tight out. You know he's just you know by the book kind of Guy and. He would power power hungry. Say if you don't do what I say, so what I think happened was that other guards told him because he told me one day. He was like you stood for everyone else. They told me you stand for them and I'm like no I. Don't man so I think they got they were like you know hazing him a little bit to get him. They knew he would do that to me so anyways. The word and ends up leading me out early right without me, asking because he knew that it was unjustified and letting you out of prison or leading you out. At this point I've been sentenced I've I've had my trial. Really I actually. I had a trial and then I I had a mistrial. Sorry, and then they tried me again and I had so I had a hung jury, and then I got found guilty. They you know. I won't even get into all that, so it took. It took about two years to get to the actual trial to finish it and complete it believable by that time I was sentenced. Trials. What was the set? Oh, boy, I go in for drug possession, so I drug possession, and then they had a bail jumping as well for the drug possession charged with that. Memory Problem Yeah it was a felony, so they gave me A. Two and a half to seven for the drugs felony drug, which is a seven year sentences seven in possibly getting out to its maximum sentence basically. On the drugs and then A. I think it was a two and a half to five suspended for five years on the bail jumping. Okay consecutive to the. Drug charges. So so you were looking at seven and a half to twelve years. Yes so why I did I ended up doing. Four years and nine months before I finally paroled out while. Four years, including the the two that you were in pre-trial right, so yes, yes, total so I was in solitary confinement the entire time, even when I went to spills, secure psychiatric unit that was saw what about when the word and let you out. That was still solitary confinement. The only you out of what into solitary well, let me out of the whole home. It's called punitive cigarettes the difference for listener between solitary confinement and the whole. What's the difference? The differences in the whole? There's twenty four seven lights. Oh my God. There is no plug. It's not. Torture Yeah. That's twenty four seven lights and You're not allowed to order coffee or anything like that. No, no comments. You don't get state pay so this is another thing to buy hygiene and stamps. They give everyone state pay, and then you get different jobs earn higher amounts of state. Pay Whatever the most you can get is like two dollars a day and so. So you eighty five cents a day, state pay I believe. When you're in punitive segregation, you don't get state. Pay Right, so I was in there. The whole time I wasn't allowed to buy stamps. Paper envelopes nothing so I, had to have other guys I had to fish out. Throw a line under the door and lines and get stuff from other guys. How yeah and So you were in, so even though you are in the whole, it was still in the segregation unit. It's just a special to tears. This eight cells per tear there are and then there's upstairs and downstairs and there are. It's like a a three pronged cross. Run at this point. They're denying you'd think they are required to give you according to the freaking Geneva Convention right by basic hygiene. Things like that dictionary how I went to court one day from the whole for my trial I come back and my dictionaries gone. I bought it in the whole. It was on the key the 'cause you can buy. Hygiene stuff, so he's on the list so. You can't get most commissary, but you can get a six ovation. toothpastes yeah to paper. Okay, so I, what with what money because they're denying you that as well right right, so they think I got a little bit of state. Pay in I'm trying to think how did I think my buddy? One of the guys had his mom send me a little bit of money or something so I had a tiny bit I bought. The the dictionary. Nothing to read so I bought a dictionary, and then I'd their stuff in the back you know facts and things like that so I flip through the.

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"drug possession" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"drug possession" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"It still not his fault he shouldn't be the one going to jail it should be the voice of the mathematics yeah yeah that's the one what you do to the courthouse a jury duty that I was not called for wait a minute you were called for what does that mean well I was going for it but I did not get selected I sat on one trial potential and I got a look and why do you think their religion they chose all young ladies for the jury really why do you think we did that I was totally strategy and there was mostly young ladies and I think it was Morris may be sentimental value man if I was on jury duty a panel of all young women would be like the perfect thing for me I wish I was on the jury well that's yeah I right yeah I would love to be a part of that jury oh sorry I disagree with you all we're going to have the western why don't while the ladies things are gonna get wild hope they have a hot tub there if it is not in here John adult movie what you're not the courthouse because of drug possession and how did you get caught hi yeah go I don't know where you messed up and you didn't like you woke up in jail or what Drachten coming out the parking lot and it holds up for me over and did they ask you if you had anything you just gave it up now are they just date action adventure two milligrams is not certain so they found stuff on you yeah crack okay all right so well with you learn anything from this yeah a lot what do you learn crack I.

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"drug possession" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"drug possession" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Done a number of segments over the years as you know with regard to signature bonds low bail and so on in this case the bail dollar figure isn't that low but it is slow up here at lay in comparison to the guy's ability to post it and get out if this was a situation of say drug possession or something like this in which there wasn't perhaps an immediate endangerment to the public or specific person maybe that would be one thing these guys cry this guy scribe is directly related to you going after and harassing intimidating threatening and stocking one specific individual do you blame her for being terrified who she's supposed to turn to if Porras said the Washington County district attorney will do nothing to protect her there's a reason why in certain cases people contact me and the friends of this woman contacted me because clearly they did not believe but the washer to cut a judicial system either DA bass and his staff or judge course was going to do anything to protect this woman and they thought maybe if I brought it up I could light a fire under someone I can't do much more than we just heard we do on this program but all of you who live in Washington County you have the ability to get on the blower and demand of the DA and judges aren't supposed to talk about cases while they're having them but they can hear of the public is upset if something happens to this woman obviously the primary responsibility would be on the person who did it but there are people who are in a position to stop that from happening and right now they're not using their authority to do that that is deplorable right now hold out hats goddess texted word the word for this hour is bank.

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"drug possession" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"drug possession" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Arrested on multiple charges including drug possession and resisting arrest no word on if police will charge the wind as an accomplice we'll see next a story is out of Canada there's a guy named Cody bonder check lives in Edmonton Alberta and he worked at McDonald's for about two and a half years and the other day Cody revealed in a tweet that he secretly snack eleven chicken nuggets and almost every single ten piece box he made while working at the fast food chain yeah that is the best feeling when you get extra nugget in your McNuggets it's like oh my god look and did that for thousands of people the post quickly went viral getting over a million likes and eight thousand retweets with people saluting his small act of rebellion even heard that earned the nickname the Robin Hood of knives one person tweeted that not all heroes wear capes just name tags another commenter said is there a salute is there a statute of limitations on Grand Theft nuggets code explained at the McDonald's you work that was mostly a drive thru location so you can't remember if any customers ever expressed thanks after finding an external get in their order all they did I'm sure they did at home my aunt's house he says he didn't act alone either he says quote it was something that a lot of my coworkers did as well apparently he in his co workers were never caught giving well that's like that money manager reserve in a horrible job with inventory thank you Cody even though you're Canadian you are a true American hero this necklace stories out of West Virginia twenty five year old guy named Gregory Rary was at his home with his family last week when an argument broke out and police were called apparently Gregory was irate because his family said that they were not going to support him entering America's got talent the thing is I mean at least somebody's family is finally honest you're just trying to prevent him from making a fool out of himself like dude you're not telling you can't sing whether strength coding ministry to appear on the TV show since he was a teenager and he wanted his family to pay for his flights to Los Angeles for auditions and the fees for comp for him but they refused yeah that's why they're saying no I thought that the given emotional support yeah like not he got upset and punch his brother in the face over it his brother retaliated by putting into a chokehold and wrestle him to the ground I think it's like they've really grown up a lot he tried to force his way out of the hold and bit his brother multiple times before he eventually passed out after the cops arrive Gregory told officers that he would kill his brother and slit his throat if you filed charges if that is talent yeah because I would automatically eliminate his chances for America's got talent charges and what ever happened to dislike I'm gonna tell mom instead of all slit your throat Gregory was arrested and charged with domestic violence and aggravated menacing.

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"drug possession" Discussed on The Epoch Podcast

The Epoch Podcast

14:29 min | 2 years ago

"drug possession" Discussed on The Epoch Podcast

"Somehow i don't know what all was involved in that but supposedly desa served in that case 'cause paid for his battle of juice so we pay ten thousand dollars bottle of juice in how does that or for another example <hes> <hes> a guy who fifteen hundred dollars in child support. He couldn't pay against anyway he was able to pay in a timely manner so he offered to go to jail for thirty days that they didn't cancel out the the bill now. The child didn't get the support it costs the taxpayers sixteen hundred and fifty dollars shouldn't even be an on right but i mean he was getting punished and that to me points to the focus of the system is to punish people oh sure and that doesn't make sense like that's a really old school thinking fresher that i was like can we drill down into like the thing that puts all these people in there which is the culture of hun would put it. I i don't like what you're doing so government help. Please make him stop. Oh i i disagree with what you're doing. So my politician better make a law to punish you and it's and it is a culture that we've had with the just this massive massive uptick in micromanagement social social constructing so for constructing a social construction constructing our social the structure of truth long. Yes social engineering. It's better thank you knew. There was a more common term <hes> so that that were you were. We've got these micromanagement social engineering laws that are just coming out in droves in in the form of add-ons to the farm bill l. and frigging other crap that happens all these budgets and that budget like these little things and there is i mean it is a known fact that and the was neil gorsuch the one of the supreme court justices just recently last week came out and said and in in his opinion on some case. Yes i think he wrote the dissenting opinion. His thing was like the the judicial system has gotten so bad to wear it is so complex and there are so many rules in so many laws that there really is not a single person in existence who isn't breaking at least a dozen laws of which at least least one of them is imprisonable principal offense that literally. There's nobody in re in the united states who shouldn't be in prison. I mean that's ridiculous. Yeah go ahead john. I was just going to throw a ridiculous law. It was around <hes> halloween time and i think it's like vermont monitor some. I don't know some state the says it's it's against the law to go trick or treating if you're over the age of thirteen accession like how many of after thirteen were trick or treating throw them in jail for that literally the throwing they said at at one point there was a five year old kid that was in prison and i i listened to two stories about that because there's these private prisons sounds that are making money off people's. They're taking everybody in anybody. They can and literate kids being prisoner juvie while <music> the juvenile detention centers are under private ownership and what i was looking into was they were including that in the prison system ethnic. I think the easy answer would austin's talking about is put sunset clauses on laws that way you know we have to revisit them every revisit them every five ten years. It's an n._c. Like i do we still want this. This don't make sense or was this at working reddit as the culture changed has has the technology changed range has the judge changed right otherwise you just have this this one way ramp of laws being created and going on the books and the book just getting thicker and thicker and thicker and that's how most people believe that there's a there's a right and there's wrong. There's a yes and there's a no. There's a this is how it should be and i think it's very rare actually to find anybody that thinks you can change your mind. The society might change the culture might change obviously. That's something we all believe you. I don't think that's as rampant as we would hope it would be in freedom as in style care. Sean hannity's has introduced show freedom is back in style. No it's not and i've listened to your show and i'm definitely definitely more conservative than i am liberal but the conservative crowd is just his control freaks freak oriented as the liberals. They just wanna control different different. Things don't tell me freedoms in style when you're the one who still decides what i get to be free weights like this that is not i mean i think i'm i'm a very loud and proud libertarian these days right ensure i get it. Libertarians are certain platforms and whatever and anytime you put yourself in a box i there's always a caveat but none the less of the three major if there are three major political streams libertarian as by by far to me the closest where i would go in in the thing it out that i would say the reason that makes is because i genuinely do you disagree with many behaviors. I however do not think that my opinion over your behavior it should matter which overall the libertarian viewpoint ton on this subject in particular. They have a viewpoint on the hearings on prison. <hes> the on the facebook group that i follow is darn it libertarian being facebook group. I can't think of the name of it right now but they regularly post up on prison especially now with all of those states that are legalizing marijuana and realizing that the prisons are filled with people who are there yeah because marijuana offenders white lie now that the rules have changed. Why don't they just immediately get out now too and they're in states that the where it's now legal wow retroactive california was trying to pass something like that <hes> i don't know if they ended up doing it or not but that would make retro there would even clear there <hes> clear their record the record and everything written sir thank people that went to jail for drug possession they they had that record on their the record and all the issues with getting jobs and stuff like that still apply to them even though what they did is now l. legal but even though it's it's legal in the state it's still illegal federally so they would still be breaking the law sure but but the state is now making money off of it via taxes and the drug dealer that was trying to make a living is behind bars say 'no created equal but a lot of these like if you have record if you this is the funny funny thing if you have if you went to jail for any drug related crime you cannot sell legal pot anymore confederal. No it's not federal but a lot of these states that have legalized recreational use and so on and so forth have have that in like if you if you went to jail for a drug related crime then you can't sell the legal film. There's there's an element to hey when it was illegal. You were breaking the law. It's now legal doesn't mean that you weren't breaking the law two years ago off so i i get elements of that. I think the component is then you have to do. Look at the the desire for punishment is punishment culture this get on their different than me. Culture is really the freaking. We're just putting out more literally every time something offensive handsome happens on twitter. There's a group of people that become the anti offensive thing on twitter a coalition and started lobbying congress to make the log audience that that small group of people well. Here's a good question that brings up because so many victims of crimes or even the people want justice they they want justice served so we were talking about punishment but what does it mean to enact justice what what is justice because our justice system. It's what is that creating thing that desert air quotes justice system yes take. I think there's a lot there's a different way to value. What law is broken for example. If i get arrested for smoking pot and having a bong on me that's completely different as if i were to kill somebody and so well there's different levels like has to reflect that somehow because taking a life is completely different than i don't know doing something stupid like running alight in arguing with the police officer. I don't know i feel like there's a back story there in some cool ball that can be broken and it was giving me flashbacks over here collide sir i heard tom. I think i not shoot way. This is the kind of place party to what you're saying. I think one of the interesting things i came across as we are digging you get through. This stuff is when i came across michael moore's documentary something about you know u._s. Evading the world i forget the title of it was but he invaded norway away <hes> because of their prison system and or comparison sake norway has about a twenty percent recidivism rate like people within five years like people will be back in jail at twenty percent whereas in the u._s. I think miss it earlier. Sixty something percent john michael moore gives it eighty percent so who knows where his numbers but either way stark contrast and if you were to look into the style of these of the prison systems are dramatically different like i would venture to say that a maximum security norwegians prison prison is comparable to a minimum security prison in the u._s. Minimum minimum white collar prison u._s. <hes> and the emphasis so much there is i loved but they're like working. These people ready to be somebody's neighbor again and like he was talking to a guy who is in her. Uh for homicide <hes>. He was in the kitchen a bunch of knives behind him. Nobody was concerned <hes> you know and then they had another prison that they highlighted related. It was kind of a place where reward place for people to go for convicts to go to after they've been good in the the other prisons and and <hes> these guys could go for a swim if they want to swim all the way across the land on the other side otherwise i was escape <hes> i think it just highlights the big difference in what why are we doing. This is it because we're going for justice is because remember calibration is because we want to create good neighbors for the future and there's a vastly different tree of progress to get you to each one of those. That's a really hard subject so we were even briefly talking about that the other day a <hes> because there used to be pell grants for prisoners of they can go to college and get a college education and come back and have skills but but you know if some kid murders my son i don't want him getting free college like that's not fair when my son has to pay for it so i totally get why they pulled that but at the same time do you want that person going back into society with no skills other than learning how to deal drugs and so it i i believe it should be more of a reform system. Sure sure serve your time. You're punished. You're removed from society because you messed up but in the meantime. We need to train your how to be a good citizen. <hes> i think there are some people you know. There is a whole other side to it. The mental side there are some people who are just mentally unable to enter society again and they should be locked up. Should they be in prison or should they be in a mental ward and that's a good question and i think a lot. The people that are in prison should be a mental ward but a lot of the funding for mental institutions has gone. I know we have a real problem with that here. In michigan. There's one location that's lockdown facility and it's in high demand because there there are people that should be there but they can't get there because there's not funding for it and the state. We're in if you're a child and a need wraparound care. You have to be go to a different state on tirelesly lease ace.

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"drug possession" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"drug possession" Discussed on AP News

"For drug possession for example being charged with drug trafficking carries the death penalty the country's health minister said the proposal for the decriminalization of drug addiction will be a significant game changer though he stressed the move is not going to legalize narcotics he said drug addiction is a complex relapsing medical condition and throwing an addict into jail will not cure them warning labels are coming to Twitter the new policy announced by the company on Thursday says presidents and other world leaders and political figures who used Twitter to threaten or abuse others could be subject to the labels from now on tweets that Twitter deems to involve matters of public interest but would you violate the services rules will be obscured by a warning explaining the violation and Twitter's reasons for publishing it anyway users will have to tap through the warning to see the underlying message Twitter said the policy applies to all government officials candidates and similar public figures with more than one hundred thousand followers mega rocket designed to take astronauts to the moon and beyond will make its first flight soon crews are working around the clock at a NASA rocket factory intent on meeting a new fall twenty twenty deadline to test the Artemis one rocket no commercial rocket current or planned is as powerful is this core rocket assembly otherwise known as the space launch system the rockets capable of carrying a load three times as heavy as the space shuttle could handle plans call for the rocket to carry in on crude Ryan capsule into space before the engines are jettisoned eight it's and fourteen seconds out the capsules then to make a double loop around the moon during twenty five days in flight a rendezvous with Kim Jong moon I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute president trump in the G. twenty summit in Japan says he's asked north Korea's leader to meet him at the DMZ when you visit South Korea all I did was put out of fear of ID like to me the president says it was spur of the moment and that his relationship with Kim has prevented war there but a number of abortion rulings today Kentucky doctors will still be required to show patience ultrasound images of a fetus before the procedure but a judge is blocked Indiana from banning a late term abortion procedure the US Supreme Court meanwhile declined to revive a similar law in Alabama the NTSB says a pilot and a person inside a home were killed when the plane crashed into the house in Fayetteville North Carolina momentarily from the FAA he had landed just taken off and was coming around again for another landing a man who spent nearly three decades in prison for the nineteen eighty nine killing of an Oregon prison director has been freed I'm Jackie Quinn AP digital news back in.

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"drug possession" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"drug possession" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Classy misdemeanors, the numbers show APD is complying big time. Yeah. The numbers of those arrested is down by two thirds from the same time last year. That means far fewer people are being held accountable for offensive such as driving without a license petty theft and even drug possession. The city council is praising the Austin police department with these new numbers, it's a pretty interesting story and the admits it yet they're actually arresting fewer people. It's all part of the. The freedom city initiative at the time the freedom. City ordinance was passed mayor Steve rather made it very clear that to him and most of the council, this is an issue of fairness and equity we have a system that is not just and fair, and we need to do everything we can to fix and now numbers from Brian Manley show ABC is at hearing to these new rules between January and March of last year. There are one hundred twelve classy misdemeanor arrest fast forward to those same three months this year, only forty one that's a sixty three percent drop in arrest or things like driving with an invalid license drug possession, petty theft, and even trespassing Gaza, NewsRadio LBJ. All right. So there you go. What do you make that a good thing? You tell me what do you think the city more as a make us unsafe? I, you know, I think in some cases, it might be good. As far as, you know, leaving officers more available for more serious things to deal with keep us safe ki Cape, bigger, criminals off the street. However, I have a real problem with this invalid driver's license thing. There's a reason there's got to be a good reason why they have. Invalid driver's license. It's not it's not random. There are very specific reasons. And most of those reasons won't be good. Well, let's not into this not driving with an invalid license. It's just driving without a license. Okay. Well that too that too. Sure, there's the occasion where you and I who obey the law might forget, our license or wallet for whatever reason there's that. But then the posts that have their license removed. That's another thing. Yeah. It's it's a pretty interesting story on the front page of our website at NewsRadio LBJ dot com. You could wait on the issue. If you want budget talks at the Austin school district last night, the school district is talking about ipads for the kids and the city of Georgetown is hosting a grand reopening celebration for numerous businesses that were evacuated because of that underground gas leak. Oh, yeah, we'll tell you all about that. Coming up at six twenty s we take a little bit of a closer look at business news and other headlines coming up right here on the Totta done show. It is time now for the rush update. If you are pro America. The latest Rasmussen poll is great news. Because for the first time in twelve years of majority of people say that the country's best days are ahead of us. People haven't felt this up to mystic since November two thousand six only twenty eight percent say that our best days are behind us, and that's a record low. Now contrast that to the days of Obama when we were told that America's number one status was in the past jobs were not coming back high unemployment stagnant wages were the new normal. And Obama told us that America was now a nation in decline deservedly. So and that his mission was to manage that decline. No politician with a magic wand could fix it. He said because American prosperity was over too many Americans bought that they stop believing in themselves they stopped believing in the country, they stopped believing in their future. And then all of a sudden Donald Trump comes along. And guess what jobs are back in record numbers across all. Demographics. The economy is soaring. The American engine is revved up and taking the world by storm where once again the envy of the world, which is great news for everybody, except Democrats is he they don't want the Trump economy to succeed because it ruins their narrative and their campaign for twenty twenty America succeeding, bad news for the democrat party..

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"drug possession" Discussed on X96

X96

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"drug possession" Discussed on X96

"Your late the owner of a dog, grooming business in Draper. Was arrested after police say she pulled a gun on a couple who were late picking up their pet. Well, you gotta be on Vicki hose arrested for investigation of aggravated assault threatening to use a gun in a fight drug possession other charges a man and woman went to Ed salute best if you're dealing with the absolute best you better be on time. Went to absolute best grooming to pick up their dog hall, MS whole the owner of the business was upset due to him picking up his dog after the business is closing time. According to Salt Lake county jail reports Lisa yelled at him. The man picking up his dog leave this business, and then pulled out a handgun from a holster which Lisa retrieved from the back area of the business and pointed at him. What is she hoping will happen with if you just we I don't think he was going to hang around? I'm wondering what? In. He does even using the gun to the situation. Does what a he was not obeying the signs they clearly said closed on the door. But he went in any way whole told her employees that if the police came she would give them a twenty two caliber handgun, she had in her person, not the gun. She waved at the dog owner. I don't know police said the employee also reported that the boss had been smoking pot in the back room. Absolute best MS hall was arrested in police report seizing twenty two caliber revolver from her purse. A police canine was sent into the dog grooming business and found marijuana in the back room and a forty five caliber revolver on a shelf. According to the police for what what did you expect her to say something like you're late? You can no longer be my client charge. You alone. That's head to do this get out. No other choice. You're late Boehner candidate number two. Coming up in a moment. Boehner candidate number three, I'm in spending anytime at all with Nick cage should be compensated..

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"drug possession" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"drug possession" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Next son, excuse me, extended monstercast, and we will hear back from Allan gotlieb, hopefully next that's going to be tough. By the way. This is let me say this. This is going to be difficult. The tenth anniversary show is going to be tough to bring you a whole lot of big names because most of them are going to be traveling coming back from the convention if most of them were at the National Rifle Association annual meeting as is what generally happens with a lot of the big names. Mr. godly, we'll be traveling at cetera. If he is great if not we'll be able to bring him to the program, but more than likely they will be. So I gotta throw that caveat out there. I don't know what the show is going to be next week. If we have to do a big get together. Maybe we'll. Due at the following weekend for the tenth anniversary show continuing now with awro Hawkins work this week because he is not here. The rest of them have the night off as I just mentioned. I hope you I didn't say that. All right continuing with awro Hawkins stuff. I was talking about the Columbine students. That's the current students, by the way, pledging to release the these goofy death photos of the event that there ever a victim of gun violence, and I'll tell you what kids as long as you're not gang. Banging your. The odds that you're going to be shot and killed are very very low the infant testable in this country today even in school. I know the media doesn't make it seem that way. But there are ninety three thousand schools just like yours around the country, and that doesn't include private schools, they just tend to get big news coverage. Huge news coverage. They shouldn't happen at all. But the fact of the matter is in all likelihood, you're safe, but this stunt that they're pulling about these death photos. I believe could backfire why. Because it what I just said in the previous segment, and that is the more people see that stuff the more. They say I don't want anybody being able to get in that school and doing that less hard in those schools, which is exactly what happened after the park land shooting and the commission report that came out shortly afterwards, but the whole thing is a stunt the girl, I guess her name is Turner. What's her name her? Last name is Turner. She said she was motivated to launch the campaign after seeing a nineteen fifty five photo of a black teen who was hanged for allegedly quoting flirting with a white woman the graphic image. Is she said of his death revealed the realities of racism and sparked the civil rights movement. I knew that there was something huge missing from the gun violence prevention movement. Now, let me take issue with this thing the gun violence prevention movement. Now, what she's talking about doing is disarming you and me taking away our guns. We're not using our gods to go after people in hang and Lynch, people gun owners are not bad people here over one hundred million of us, if we were bad people believe me, they would know it already, and we're not you know, that they don't see these kids are being exploited there. And I hate that for them. They do not know the facts. But that's where I move on to the next topic with awro Hawkins if you put out, and I'll tell you what we're going to do. We're going to give you a happy ending story because I love happy ending stores. Absolutely. Love them. Here's one titled from April seventeenth just a few days ago. Suspect allegedly undress isn't twelve year olds bedroom gets shot six times. That's exactly the way that's supposed to happen. That is exactly what is supposed to happen. When this pervert breaks into a home. It gets in a twelve year olds bedroom and begins to undress. Address. He is supposed to be confronted by the homeowner, and he is supposed to be shot six times, preferably seven to ten if at all possible or if necessary. Or as many as your magazine holds, particularly if you live in a Free State, unlike commie -fornia and others like New Jersey, but you understand what I'm saying. Right. New york. Twelve year old got under her blankets and texted her mom to let her know that this lunatic pervert was in her room. Her mother said, and I quote, she hid under the cover Turner light down Turner volume down on her phone to text me when she peaked under the cover to see where he was at. She got up and ran away she went to the back room. And I think that shit that was really brave and smart of her to do. So what are the suspect? Do he walks into the kitchen in his underwear? And guess what happened? He got confronted by the woman's boyfriend. There was a physical altercation and a gun was pulled. And guess what? The suspect was shot repeatedly. And that's exactly the way it's supposed to happen. And what's even charged with burglary assault and drug possession, drug possession, burglary and assault. They all go hand in hand. Don't they? Those are the gift that keeps on giving. I'm a drug addict. I'm a pervert, I'm a sick at oh, I'm hungry. I got a break in there. I need more money. Oh. And while I'm at it. There's a twelve year old in there. And because I'm not thinking, clearly, I might get shot six times this guy lived would you feel bad for him? If he didn't. You believe we're talking about this on Easter Sunday. I do it never stops. You think the left took a day off from coming after me and my rights and your freedoms because it's Easter Sunday. No. They don't they never take a break, nor will we ever take a break ever. Let your guard down once they pounce. This information has to be told because you're not gonna hear it anywhere else. Not on the radio here it from here you hear it for Mr. Gresham on Gun Talk. Here it in some podcasts. But when you're talking two hundred and fifty radio stations at this time of day right now, I'm the only one talking about it. I'm gonna continue to talk about it. That is exactly what should have happened when that pervert got into that girl's room. What do you think he was taking his clothes off because he was hot? No. What would have happened had there been no gun in that home? How 'bout that? Kamala. Harris how about that Eric's? Well, well, how about that, Shannon? Watts. How about that Brady campaign? How about that? Gabby giffords. How about that Dianne Feinstein? How about that? Why don't you talk about this crime? And the fact that that twelve year old girl wasn't viciously violently raped. Why why won't you talk about it? Because you can't. So we will expose you for what you are liars and hypocrites. This twelve year old got this potential attack of his twelve year old got exactly what he deserved. What do I tell you repeat?.

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"drug possession" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"drug possession" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Luck talking about this nonsense further especially after two years of being wrong. So many times it's just really not productive. And quite frankly, I it's kind of an embarrassment for our democracy Kushner appeared on last night on Fox News. He also talked about border security. Christopher says, the president is still weighing the option of possibly closing. The southern entry to the US state. Lawmakers will be taking up a Bill that could curb the penalties for simple drug possession. Offenses KOA. Newsradio Connor shreve joins us. Live with details would eliminate felony charges for simple drug possession crimes. And it goes in front of the House Judiciary. Committee this afternoon criminal Justice reform advocates like Terry Hersi the way those crimes are currently punished makes rehabilitation difficult also allow funding through the belts who established calli drug courts. Does not do anything for at people that are are convicted or charged with intention distribute drugs. She also says the Bill would address the issue of overcrowding prisons, the council of district attorney's opposes the Bill, but it does have bipartisan sponsorship reporting live, Connor schrief, KOA NewsRadio. The red flag gun Bill is heading to the desk of governor police who was given final approval in the state house yesterday after passage in the Senate measure would allow the seizure of weapons from gun owners or found to be at risk to themselves or others legislation has been opposed by a number of counties around the state governor has indicated support for that Bill. The investigation continues after four people were found dead at a business in manned. Dan, North Dakota. This happened yesterday morning police chief Jason Ziglar said police responded to a medical call at RJR maintenance San management upon arriving. Police officers discovered the bodies of three males and one female inside the building Ziglar didn't say how they died. However, he said the incident is being treated and investigated. There's a homicide. Police said they have no reason to believe the public is in any danger. Boeing says it needs some time to propose or more time. I should say to propose software fix for its controversial 737 max, eight jets. Initially officials said they would submit the proposal for federal approval by last week. The Federal Aviation Administration says it expects bowing to propose its final software fix over the coming weeks. According to the FAA, the delay is due to an ongoing review, the seven thirty seven max flight control system the agency and Boeing are under fire following two fatal crashes of its popular 737, max jets within five months. Officials say preliminary reports show similarities in the lion air and THEO paean. Airlines crashes experts have pointed to the automated antisocial system, which has been the focus of the update Monaco's Abdi ABC news Washington in Pueblo. The army says it's reached a significant milestone in the destruction of chemical weapons Pueblo. Chemical depot has destroyed one quarter of the mustard agent. Stockpiled there the depth stores the largest portion of the nation's remaining chemical weapons much of it has been there since the fifties. Its goal is to destroy all of them by twenty twenty four Cathy Walker KOA NewsRadio a Thirty-three-year-old elephant a giant mountains. Zoo is back on her feet. After a fall spokesperson. Rachel right says workers knew what to do early yesterday when the animal was found down in her enclosure. We have a big waste that's capable of wasting up fifteen thousand pounds and that runs the entire length of our barn and can reach pretty much every area of it. And then we practice using that waste and the elephant was eventually able to stand back up with the help of that hoisted is believed the fall happened due to a lack of strength in her back, right leg, you're up-to-date. Eight thirty seven is Colorado's morning.

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"drug possession" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"drug possession" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The news watch never stops. Time now three forty nine. Good afternoon. I'm KENDALL Buhl. Here are our top stories on initial court appearance today for the man accused of killing forty nine people at two mosques in New Zealand three people killed in a two alarm blaze in pittsfield to people made it out safely out of a mobile home. As it's went up in flames early this morning. Blue line service in east Boston still suspended nearly twenty four hours after nine alarm fire broke out at the New England casket company in east and the rivers already running green in Chicago. A day ahead of Saint Patrick's Day southeast annual parade is tomorrow at noon. Felicity Huffman implicated in the college cheating scandal making a court appearance. Actress Huffman and her husband William H Macy returning to federal court. The two walking in holding hands Hoffman who played a scheming mom in this two thousand four episode of desperate housewives and generous donation will ensure our kids beat them out. How generous fifteen thousand now facing criminal charges in real life for allegedly paying fifteen thousand dollars to have an SAT Proctor correct her daughters answers to improve her school fees. A pilgrim reporting reality show star mama June has been arrested for drug possession at a gas station in Alabama, according to TMZ, June, Shannon, and her boyfriend are both facing charges related to drugs and domestic violence, the couple's appeared in the spin off series, mama June from not too hot for the past few years. The third season premiered yesterday. Connecticut lawmaker who supports eliminating the religious exemption for vaccinations for public school. Students is holding an informational forum on the science behind vaccines democratic rep Josh Elliott of Hampton says he's concerned about what it calls pseudoscience scaring people about vaccine safety. He's organized a forum at legislative office building with experts including professors from Yale University on Tuesday, Robert F Kennedy, jR, an environmental lawyer and president of children's health defense is also scheduled to take part. The Federal Election Commission is finding Texas Senator Ted Cruz thirty five grand for not disclosing a million dollar loan during his two thousand twelve Senate campaign. The FCC claims crews reported he had loaned his campaign the million bucks from his own accounts. The funds actually came from Goldman Sachs and CitiBank cruises wife works for Saks. A spokesperson said the filing was a mistake and the points out. It was correctly listed on Senate. Ethics forms. Well, I pull stocks gained big this week by the company's still took a big hit. In court jury Friday in a San Diego federal court decided apple should pay thirty one million dollars in damages for infringing on patents for technology owned by mobile chipmaker. Qualcomm that helps iphones quickly connect to the internet and extend their battery life Qualcomm hills. The verdict is a validation of it's technologies importance to iphones. Apple says, it's disappointed with the jury's decision. Apple stock closed more than one percent higher. Friday. Qualcomm went up over two percent. Chuck sivertsen. ABC news as more states legalize recreational marijuana. There's budding interest in product options such as cannabis candy. And now, there's interesting something new brewing pot infused beer berry. Peterson reports from Colorado ten states and the district of Columbia have legalized recreational marijuana with varying restrictions, and that has encouraged other companies to get into the campus bear market, the first was two routes in California. Substance pot is still illegal under federal law. The products cannot be shipped across state lines. Not. So in Canada were pot is now legal across the nation. Brewers. Like Molson Coors are investing big time to make pop beer there and expecting sales in the billions of dollars for legal marijuana industry in the US is estimated it hit thirteen point one billion dollars in total value this year. Staying.

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"drug possession" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"drug possession" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Parade through the streets of Southie. Attendance at the event can top one million people. The red line will run rush hour service. Tomorrow trains will run at least every five minutes from nine AM to six PM numerous street closures and parking. Dan's will be in effect for the parade reality show star mama June, arrested, drug possession of the gas station in Alabama, according to TMZ, June, Shannon, and her boyfriend or both facing charges related to drugs and domestic violence or boyfriend 43-year-old, Gino Doke was arrested on the same charges as well. As for domestic violence. The couple has appeared in the spinoff series, mama June from not too hot for the last few years premiered yesterday for a third season five twenty eight east Boston residents back home this morning after a major blazed displaced, so many we'll have more coming up in the news at five thirty. This is Dan Rae. Seventy percent of us will need long term care in our lifetimes, and that can cost up to two hundred thousand dollars a year fill in Lorraine from the Commonwealth advisory group making easy to protect you and your family with the trust. But not all trusts are the same one you have complete access. They say take all of it out and pay it over to the nursing home. And then there's. Others that lock it up that you can never get to. So the good thing about trust. Is we have the benefit of both you retain control. No one can throw you out of your house. No one's going to take anything at your house for the rest of your life. You're still boss. Let you have to start the process five years in advance to fully protect your estate and family from nursing home costs. I can't tell you. How many times people have come into us in somebody's in a nursing home? And it's extremely stressful time, so we're talking about crisis planning, and we can slow the spending down, but we can't protect everything. So set up a consultation and save what you have worked so hard for by starting the process early one eight hundred seven oh, five fourteen fifteen Commonwealth advisory group..

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"drug possession" Discussed on Pod Save the People

Pod Save the People

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"drug possession" Discussed on Pod Save the People

"Protecting is making sure that people actually get registered to vote that they can vote that they know their rights that they are formed to make decisions and all those things at that's a part of the work. So we're proud to be a part of the coalition and proud of the coalition's work to not only get the petitions to even get on the ballot to successfully pass it on the ballot. And now to continue organizing to make sure that people actually register in in the next election that they can vote that has the power to really change what the electorate looks like in Florida. My news is from the Herald Tribune in it is also about Florida's broken tinting system. So Florida's one on the places that has a point system for to calculate sentences. And the reason they transition to a point system was to sort of try and weed out the variability and people send this idea that like if there's. It's a point system. We can sort of say that the people in one part of Florida and Pensacola will see receive the same sentence somebody in Miami or key west regardless of their gender their wealth of their race. But the helter be and actually did an incredible review of tens of millions of records and to stay databases one that was compiled by the state's court clerks and the other that was the Florida Department corrections, they reviewed over eighty five thousand additional criminal appeals AMRO through boxes, of course, document and a host of other things including talking to legal experts, and what they found is that the point system actually has done nothing to stop the disparities if anything it's a reminder of the proof of the spirit, he's exist. So what they find is that when people get the same point in the formula, which means that they should get the same sins that black people are sentenced, far, greater they spend more time behind bars, and they're actually no consistency. Even with the point system. They also found that the warrant drugs exacerbates the disparity, so. Target black neighborhoods using drugs as we had a funnel people into this system. And then once court judges are tougher on black drug defendants every step of the way that nearly half the counties in Florida since blacks convicted of felony drug possession to more than double the time of white people. Even when their backgrounds are the same even on the court itself that blacks are sixteen percent of Florida's population and one third of the state's prison inmates. But fewer than seven percent of sitting. Judges are black and less than half of them. Preside over serious felonies and white judges in Florida sends black defendants to twenty percent more time on average for third degree felonies and black judges the data shows give more balanced punishments. And the last thing I'll say just from a data perspective is that across Florida a white and black defense score the same points for an offense jetties give the black defendant a longer prison. Stay in sixty percent of felony cases for the most serious. I degree crimes. Jetsons. Blacks is sixty eight percent more time than whites with identical points for burglary. It's forty five. Percent more for battery. It's thirty percent more. So I just brought that up because you know, people talk about moving to risk assessments. They talk about moving to appoint based systems as a way to to radically the injustice into like streamline and to make sure there's consistency. The Florida data shows that in the absence of any accountability for judges the point actually don't necessarily on their own actually doing anything and in Florida. There's almost no accountability project. So when the newspaper reached out to judge they were just like, oh, we aren't we aren't racist. This is what people deserve even though the data shows that deep disparity. So it's adding the data say is is a word of caution. And I am interested in what you guys Inc about it. I think there's two separate issues here. I think the first is the point system itself and how that's constructed. In many cases, we've talked about this in the past year. There will be systems that are constructed in ways that build bias into the calculation..

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