36 Burst results for "Drug Trafficking"
Los Angeles - Former Mexican Secretary Of National Defense Arrested At LAX On Drug Charges
"Custody at L. A X in connection with a drug trafficking operation Salvador Cienfuegos is the former Mexican secretary of national defence. 72 Year old was arrested by the D A and faces drug and money laundering charges. He will be transferred to New York to be indicted in California Republicans
Fresh update on "drug trafficking" discussed on WBZ Midday News
"Troubling news for the Mbita in the wake of a new report concerning future Boston traffic patterns. A new report from the state Department of Transportation indicates Rush hour traffic might not return to pre pandemic levels until 2024 That's going to mean fewer writers on the T even when the economy gets back to whatever the new normal becomes, with more people telecommuting, the teammate cut some services in the future as they are lowering. The ridership expectations, But some are warning against service cuts, including Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, Somerville Mayor Joker did Tony They want to make sure the trains running on time as we progress, however, slowly to the other side of the virus. Carl Stevens. W B. C. Boston's news radio the Drug Enforcement Administration is announcing Ville direct resource is to help reduce violent crime in communities across the country. Under the initiative, called Project, Safeguard, the D A will identify and prioritize ongoing drug trafficking investigations with a nexus to violent crime. The acting administrator Timothy say, says drug trafficking and violent crimes are Inextricably linked and neighborhoods cross our country are terrorized by violent drug trafficking organizations that have little regard for human life and profit from the pain and suffering of our people. President Trump says hundreds of people arrested It's civil rights protests are violent left wing radicals, CBS's Alison Keys tells us a review finds that not that is not necessarily always the case. The Associated Press comb through thousands of pages of court documents and finds that few of those charge seemed to be affiliated with organized extremist groups. Many a young suburban adults, and there are some who came to the protest from out of state. There has been violence for murders. Two police officers being injured, But the review finds some facing charges have far left an antigovernment views and others are members of far right groups who have been stockpiling military weapons and plotting to overthrow the government. Alison Keys, CBS.
Arrest of former Mexican defense minister shakes military
"Salvator. Cienfuegos was once Mexico's former defense minister. Now he's under arrest in the U. S. On drug trafficking charges. CBS's Adrian Bard News of the arrest of the Mexican general who served as secretary of defense is sending shockwaves here in Mexico. The current military is filled with high ranking officers handpicked by General Salvador Cienfuegos arrested in L. A X in a DEA operation. The general is 72 so we may see a plea bargain. But here in Mexico, people are also want To know just how high up this goes and whether Mexico's former president will also be implicated
Los Angeles - Former Mexican Secretary Of National Defense Arrested At LAX On Drug Charges
"Defense secretary of Mexico is now in U. S custody for suspected drug trafficking. NPR's carry Con reports of one senior Mexican official was arrested yesterday at Los Angeles International Airport. Retired General Salvador Cienfuegos will be charged with five counts related to drug trafficking, according to a tweet by Mexico's foreign minister. The former general who was Mexico's top military official in the previous administration of President Enrique Pena. Nieto will make a first court appearance this afternoon. The U. S. D a declined NPR's request for comment. Mexico's current president, says he was not surprised about Cienfuegos arrest He was told to weeks ago by his ambassador in Washington that there was talk of an investigation into Cienfuegos. The president says there are no corresponding investigations in Mexico. He also added he has full confidence in his current top military officials, who he says he thoroughly investigated and are incorruptible.
Arrest of former Mexican defense minister shakes military
"The Mexican government has confirmed that a former defence secretary arrested in the United States and Thursday is facing drugs charges. General Salvador Cienfuegos lead the Mexican army for six years until 2018 during the presidency of Enrique Pena Nieto will grant reports on Friday. General Cienfuegos said there will be transferred to York, where he will see his lawyer for the first time since he was arrested. A former Mexican defense minister, faces five charges in total related to drug trafficking. In his morning news conference, the President Andres Manuel Lopez over the door would only say he had known about an investigation into the ex defense minister for a little over two weeks. His arrest was lamentable, the president said. Andan unequivocal sign of the decomposition
U.S. charges Mexico's ex-defense secretary with drug smuggling
"The former defense secretary of Mexico is now in U. S custody for suspected drug trafficking. NPR's carry Con reports of one senior Mexican official was arrested yesterday at Los Angeles International Airport. Retired General Salvador Cienfuegos will be charged with five counts related to drug trafficking, according to a tweet by Mexico's foreign minister. The former general who was Mexico's top military official in the previous administration of President Enrique Pena. Nieto will make a first court appearance this afternoon. The U. S. D a declined NPR's request for comment. Mexico's current president, says he was not surprised about Cienfuegos arrest He was told to weeks ago by his ambassador in Washington that there was talk of an investigation into Cienfuegos. President says there are no corresponding investigations in Mexico. He also added he has full confidence in his current top military officials, who he says he thoroughly investigated and are incorruptible.
French police station attacked with fireworks, metal bars
"Outside Paris overnight, a police precinct came under attack by a mob armed with metal bars and fireworks. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports, officials say some 40 people Tried to storm the station, but no officers were hurt. Police posted a video showing a barrage of fireworks being shot in the direction of the police station in Champagne Easter Marin, about nine miles south east of Paris, The mayor of Champagne you sur Marne, said the incident may have been provoked by a scooter accident being blamed on police There have been increasing attacks on French police in recent years, as many blamed them for unjustified violence against minorities. And protesters like the yellow vests, the precinct in champagne. He has been targeted to other times in the last two years. It's located in housing projects known for drug trafficking. Responding to the incident, Interior Minister Gerard Darmon on said it wouldn't swipe police in their work against drug traffickers, He said no one is impressed by the actions of a few little
26 charged in drug ring out of Milwaukee as part of Operation Legend, Barr says
"A federal prosecutor in Milwaukee, says police have broken up a drug trafficking operation. I was moving marijuana, heroin and cocaine from California to Wisconsin. His attorney, Matthew Kruger, says 26 people every alleged after distributing drugs in Milwaukee area Certain defendants shipped drug proceeds through the United States Postal Service To co conspirators in California. Fitted of us is part of Operation legend. Federal government launched a project this summer to address homicides, another violent crime.
Breonna Taylor settlement is among largest payouts linked to a police shooting
"Gorman. If you wanna listen to it. Let's start with the settlements in Louisville with Briana Taylor's family a couple different things to run through of the next few minutes. Earlier this week, the Louisville metro government announced a $12 million settlement package with family of Briana Taylor. Of course, was 26 year old black woman who was shot in her own home by police officers serving a no knock warrant in March. The settlement also includes a Siri's of police reforms. Some of the reforms are changes to the approval process for an execution of search warrants. The hiring of social workers at the department a commitment to increase drug and alcohol testing of officers involved in any shooting, encouraging officers to perform at least two paid hours a week of community service in the communities they serve. And housing credits for officers toe live in certain low income parts of the city. And Felix, You took a look at the settlement. What stood out to you? Well, I think two things one. It was a record breaking settlement in and of itself. The $12 million payout. Briana Taylor's family's attorney, Benjamin Crump, represents George Floyd's family and multiple others in these situations, he said. It himself is the most money it's ever been paid for. A police involved shooting involving anyone, so that's significant itself. But Briana Taylor's mother, I said I think said it best. This is just the beginning the reform package they put together that was interesting that they the mirror who's got a vote of no confidence the other night. Apparently, you know, insisted that that was going to be part of the settlement agreement from the day one, which was good because they announced it together. It's not just about the money, but it's about the reform, which in one of these cases That's what is the driving factor, not necessarily the money. So you mentioned the key ones that are involved in this. It's interesting because we talked about the social worker aspect of Policing before because of a policy that sheriff Bob Altieri put in place here in Pinellas County, where he wanted social workers to go out to these mental health calls first on their own, try and de escalate them. And then if there's trouble than calling the police, which was You and I both thought that was a bad idea in this particular reform. Does that frothy area was that Holloway? That help earlier think that was. Yeah, I think it was cheap and also got a theory. But it's a same Pete initiative. So anyway, sorry about that. But in anyone what they will do in this case is social workers will go with The police officers on these calls or meet them out at the call, not endanger themselves. So it's kind of being that's what we thought should happen is that that's the more responsible, appropriate way to do it rather than just sending people out on their own. And then you know if the situation escalates. You got a problem on your hands. Yeah, exactly. Do you don't have time to wait for an officer to show up or say like, Hey, wait around the corner while I go talk to this person suicidal and walked in the bathroom of the gun. You know, and then ends up ends up shooting an unarmed social worker, and the other thing That's interesting is that we talked about the no knock warrants. They enacted a law in Louisville already doing away with down, But then they went one step further. Just like now, this is sheriff quality areas policy, which was the more hierarchy in terms of getting the warrant. So The way it used to work here in Fort is like you would have the detective's whether it's robbery homicide. Narcotics. Those are the ones that usually get the most warrants. They would review the case they would take their warrant to the state attorney's office. State attorney would review it and then they would be the ones to say Okay, you can go ahead and go to a judge. Well, what they done in Louisville and Penelas is that they built in another law of letter layer. Inside the department level, so supervisors will have to sign off on the warrants before they can Goth to get approval from prosecutors or the judges or accountability exactly within the department, So you don't have Because we've read the the warrants and the stories about what happened in Briana Taylor's case, and they were so thin in the connections they were trying to make Tio, the main suspect. They've lived on the other side of town, and the tenuous nature of it was the fact that she paid this guy's phone bill was an ex boyfriend of hers and also had his shoes delivered an Amazon package delivered and they immediately made the jump that that was somehow Drug trafficking activities, so that should be reviewed at a much higher level, and that's something I think I encourage. I think you'll see a lot more departments doing that. And like I said Florida, we have that additional level of the prosecutors by think it should go down one level more in order for the police involved to say, like hold on a second. Let's review this before. You go to a prosecutor with us because I got put into situations a lot of times where the detectives would get a thumbs down from a prosecutor on the case, and then they call another prosecutor in the prosecutor would say, Oh, no, This is perfectly fine. And so you have those sites of mixed messaging on stuff and that could get very dicey because not only if you go from one prosecutor, another And for example, I said, No, you don't have enough for a warrant, And then they go to another prosecutor that they're friends with. And they say, you know, they can approve the warrant that tire up to me, then you know, on Well at that point, So that's the thing the problem that they have with that so interesting reforms that they're going to do and the one I like the most. I think the most interesting is giving them the housing credits to move into. The neighborhoods that they are patrolling. So I want to see the follow up on that to see
18 People Arrested in Los Angeles Drug and ‘Ghost Gun' Cases
"The FBI says 18 people have been arrested in Los Angeles on drug trafficking and firearms offenses, including the illegal sale of a R 15 style ghost guns charges air connected to a seven federal indictments resulting from an FBI led task force called Operation Black. Phoenix. That same task force earlier this year delivered enough evidence for seven indictments. You are now a total of 25 defendants. All but three have been arrested during the course of the FBI investigation. Authorities say they seized about £28 of methamphetamine, but a quarter pound of cocaine and crack cocaine and 16
Neighbors Relieved As Chicago Bans One-Night Rentals To Crack Down On Parties
"Imposing new regulations on short term residential residential rental rental properties. properties. W W B B BM BM is is Mike Mike Krauser Krauser With With the the story. story. The The city city is is answering answering complaints complaints about about how how short short term term rentals rentals have have changed changed some some neighborhoods neighborhoods first first by limiting the number of homes where they're allowed now banning single night Reynolds often used for parties. A neighbor of one such party house in the old Town neighborhood, Diane Fitzgerald says You wouldn't believe the things she's seen. There was a bachelor party and they were having a golden arches contest. She gave further explanation to CBS, too. They were peeing on our roof. There has also been violence at short term rentals. Hose. Property owners now have to submit applications to the city. They can't just list of property on a site like Airbnb. And finds for things like parties, gang activity, prostitution or drug trafficking could cost a property owner up to $10,000, Mike
Some Neighbors Relieved As Chicago Bans One-Night Rentals To Crack Down On Parties
"Grappled with short term residential rental properties listed on sites like Airbnb for years. Now there are new regulations that ban single night rattles. The city is answering complaints about how short term rentals have changed some neighborhoods first by limiting the number of homes where they're allowed. Now banning single night Reynolds often used for parties. A neighbor of one such party house in the old Town neighborhood, Diane Fitzgerald says You wouldn't believe the things she's seen. There was a bachelor party and they were having a golden arches contest. She gave further explanation to CBS, too. They were peeing on our roof. There has also been violence at short term. Reynolds hose. Property owners now have to submit applications to the city. They can't just list of property on a site like Airbnb. And finds for things like parties, gang activity, prostitution or drug trafficking could cost a property owner up to $10,000, Mike Krauser, NewsRadio 105.9 FM. Police are
Breonna Taylor's boyfriend sues over his arrest
"A lawyer for beyond Taylor's family set a plea deal was offered to an accused drug trafficker that would have forced him to implicate Taylor, who was killed by police in a raid on her home in March Louisville's top prosecutor acknowledged the existence of the document but said, it was part of a preliminary plea negotiations with the man charged with illegal drug trafficking and not an attempt to smear. Taylor. Taylor Family Attorney Sam Jar posted a photo on social media. Monday that he said was a plea offer jamarcus glover from prosecutors. The photo of the document appear to show Taylor listed as a CO defendant in illegal activities leading up to April twenty second weeks after her death why would they put her name on their? said in a statement sent to the news media, it's outrageous Jefferson county. Commonwealth's attorney Tom Wine said the document was quote a draft that was part of pre-indictment plea negotiations. Taylor. Was Fatally Shot March thirteenth in her home by police serving a narcotic search warrant as part of a wide ranging police operation targeting glover Taylor's former boyfriend glover and others were arrested on drug trafficking charges. The Night Taylor was shot. The shooting has sparked months of protests in Louisville by activists who along with celebrities athletes have called for the officers to be charged in her death. Wine recused himself in May from an investigation into the police actions on the night Taylor was killed Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office is now handling that investigation which Cameron has indicated is nearing a conclusion. Wine issued a statement Monday saying Taylor was never a CO defendant in the case against glover. Those drafts posted by Aguilar were never part of the court record and are not court documents. Wine said wind said when he was advised the plea discussions quote out of respect for Ms Taylor I directed that Ms Brianna Taylor's name be removed. whine provided a copy of what he said was the final lead deal offered to glover, which did not include her name but did list her address as a place where glover picked up mail packages Aguilar said Tuesday he received the photo of the plea deal with. Taylor's name on it from Glover's family wine said, his final offer was sent to glover on July twenty. First that offer said Glover would have to accept the deal for a ten year sentence on a dozen drug charges by July twenty first glover down the deal wine said glover implicated Taylor in his criminal activity in jail phone calls to Taylor jail phone calls reported by news media show glover called Taylor. Twenty. Six Times in early January including some calls to ask her to help him gather bond money. The plea document furnished by wine also said Glover kept some of his money at Taylor's address.
Killing of Jam Master Jay of Run-DMC: 2 Are Arrested
"Two men were indicted yesterday for their involvement in the murder of run DMC DJ jam. Master Jay Ronald Washington and Carl Jordan junior were indicted on charges of murder while engaged in drug trafficking jam master. Jay Real name is Jason Myself. He was shot and killed in October back in two thousand and two in a Queens New York recording studio jam Master Jay's death remained a mystery. Since then.
Special council committee meeting will address federal intervention in Milwaukee
"City leaders met the Sporting discussed the possibility of federal agents being deployed to Milwaukee back sixes. Angelica Sanchez has more U. S. Attorney Matthew Krieger says federal investigators coming to Milwaukee will not be policing protests a scene in Portland, Oregon, They will assist with solving some of the city's most violent crimes. As well as drug trafficking cases Now this morning, Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisum told the Public Safety and Health Committee to remain vigilant and skeptical and stay in close communications on the duties of the incoming federal agents. Wisconsin Attorney General
Chicago officials uneasy as Trump plans to send US agents to help deal with spike in crime
"Investigations agents to Chicago and other cities. Help local law enforcement deal with a spike in crime. These agents will likely assistant intelligence gathering targeting drug trafficking groups and gangs, but there's a lot of pushback on this plan. More on this will speak to Nick mere off Department of Homeland Security reporter at The Washington Post. Well as many of your listeners will be aware there's been a significant increase in violent crime in several U. S. Cities over the past few months. Chicago, New York and elsewhere have seen a lot of gun violence in particular. Now, one of the tricky things is that that dynamic Is being conflated with the situation we're seeing unfold in Portland, which is quite different where protesters are squaring off against federal agents outside a courthouse every night. That is very much a kind of political dynamic that we saw several months ago after the killing of George Floyd. And what the president is talking about going forward would be sort of a federal response to this increase in violent crime, and so far, we know that that's plan for Chicago. Oh, but that firm operations are scheduled the occur any other U. S city so far and to further clarify that distinction. What's going on in Portland? The agents that were dispatched they are there to protect federal property, basically and in Chicago. This is more of a response to crime That's going on there, which has gone up. There's a lot of different things that is going on. There's a lot of shootings. There's a lot of homicides that are going on, and that's what they're talking about with regards to Chicago. One of the things that we're seeing is that the president in his rhetoric and probably his campaign rhetoric is kind of trying to complete the two things and saying that the kind of rowdy street protests that we're seeing in Portland particularly attacking this federal courthouse that's being defended by DHHS agents every night. You know that that is the kind of anarchy That he says is playing out on US streets everywhere and is to blame for this increase in shootings, and he's laying that squarely at the feet of democratic mayors. He said yesterday in the Oval Office that the radical left mayors are responsible for this and that he's going to basically send in the feds whether they like it or not. And you know he's warning that if Joe Biden, his opponent were to win that we would see this kind of chaos breaking out across the country, so it's very consistent with his Campaign effort to present himself as a kind of law and order figure who can pacified the cities and bring everything under control. But again, VHS officials when you talked to Dick down, make very clear that they don't see the Portland situation as being comparable to what's happening in these U. S cities and are planning a very different deployment for both cases. So in Chicago. They're looking to send about 150 homeland security investigative agents there. It doesn't sound like they're going to be out on the streets doing enforcement making arrests. Things like that. So what would they be doing there in Chicago to aid local police? Also, homeland security investigations was a division of immigration and Customs enforcement ice and immediately that makes people think of immigration agents and that particular division of Ice is the one that targets transnational crime, drug trafficking, counterfeit goods, things like that. And so in this case, they say they will not be involved in an immigration enforcement role, but will be working on Surveillance and helping local and state authorities that air targeting gangs, drug traffickers and the actors. They say. We're really driving this increase in homicide. It's not a civilian or urban policing role where they will be out on the streets, and it has nothing to do with antigovernment protests. Unlike the situation in Portland What is the local response Been? I know the mayor Lori Lightfoot has said, you know she doesn't want Federal agents there. What else have they been saying? Well, that's you know, a dynamic that we see over and over again where it's sort of like this had occurred quietly and state and local officials would be getting support from the federal government, as they always do, because again, a lot of these Federal agents are already working in that area, working in the Metro Chicago area and cooperate with state local police. There's a routine part of their job. It's when you see the president Making it into a kind of campaign related effort into a projection of his power into a standoff with Democrats that you politicize it, and you get that response from the Mayor Lightfoot and others who I think you know, out of hand feel they have to kind of rejected. This deployment with the idea that they can't be seen as sort of accepting the president imposing federal forces on their cities, particularly from an agency like immigration, Customs Force Mint ice that has such a damaged reputation right now, What about response from police? There has been a lot of stuff there. As I mentioned there's been 414 homicides more than 600 shootings more than 2000 shooting victims. This year so far. What about police? Chicago Police Union and other police union's welcome that federal support and want the federal government to help and not a particular point of tension. I think between Democratic mayors who are responding to his calls to define the police abolished, the police enter patient know very tenuous situation on the streets after George Floyd and the Police Department's themselves at least the unions that feel Besieged and unfairly blamed or painted with a broad brush. I think for the president is trying to get inside that rift and tryto short of their support and his image as a defender of law and order. All the plans are still being worked out, so we'll see what the rollout looks like Nick Mirror off Department of Homeland Security reporter at the Washington Post. Thank you very much for joining us my pleasure anytime.
Trump sending federal law enforcement agents to Chicago, Albuquerque
"Donald Trump and U S Attorney General William Bar say federal agents will be sent to several U. S cities, including Chicago in Albuquerque, New Mexico, help deal with recent waves of violent crime. Trump was been touting himself as a law and order president blaming city governments and called for police de funding for upsurge in the violence. These same politicians have now embraced the far left movement to break up our Police Department's causing violent crime in their cities to spiral and I mean spiral seriously out of control. Federal agents have been in Portland, Oregon, and more than 100 federal agents have also been sent to Kansas City, Missouri, where gun violence claimed the life of a young boy. Some of those federal authorities include employees with the Department of Homeland Security, who generally conduct drug trafficking and child exploitation. Investigation's local authorities in Portland say the federal action has exacerbated tensions.
18 arrested after federal investigation into heroin, fentanyl in Chicago
"People have been arrested following a federal investigation into heroin and fentanyl in Chicago. The defendants allegedly responsible for distributing approximately 12 kilograms of heroin. More than 23 grams of heroin laced with fentanyl and two kilograms of heroin laced with both fentanyl and fit Now, analog. Federal agents say most of the drug trafficking occurred in humble park.
Iowa meth kingpin is 3rd executed by US government this week
"Another bad guy's expected to be put to death today at a federal lockup in Indiana, 52 year old Dustin Honkin was described as a ruthless Iowa drug kingpin convicted of killing five people in 1993 to avoid prosecution for drug trafficking. The victims included government informants and two Children. The now retired judge who oversaw his trial, says generally he opposes the death penalty, but says Hawkins crimes were so reprehensible. He deserved it already this week to other federal death row inmates have been executed as the government ends a 17 year hiatus. Hankins lawyers yesterday filed an emergency request to stay the
"drug trafficking" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Your first box be spoke hoke themed boxes for guys that give a damn bone okay so we're from here. Let's talk a little bit about another thing that I just find economically hilarious and that is the decision by the trump administration to <unk> outline plan to allow the U._S. to import cheaper drugs from Canada now. Why on Earth do we not have this as an option already eighty? You might wonder well. I can tell you why because a crony capitalism it's because you got a bunch of people who petitioned their government to have special legislation drafted that doesn't into Lao for this type of import because we want to protect the manufacturers of those drugs here in America. Let me read a little bit from the article for you and then we can move onto the discussion. It says the trump administration outlined on Wednesday a proposal that would allow the U._S. to legally import cheaper a prescription drugs from Canada attack the U._S.. Pharmaceutical industry and regulators have warned could threaten consumer safety. No these are drugs that they're using in Canada in factor the exact same drugs that they're selling here in America just cheaper under the plan state states wholesalers and MM pharmacists acting as intermediaries <hes> for consumers would draft a proposal for safe importation of prescription drugs already available oval in the U._S.. The group would then submit the proposal to the Food and Drug Administration for approval. This is already way too complex. K President trump has been clear for too long. American patients have been paying exorbitantly high prices for prescription drugs that are made available to other countries at lower prices health.
"drug trafficking" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"The the amount of regulation and red tape combined with the the the other difficulties inside of this city in in order to get that stuff done is insurmountable unless you can charge six thousand dollars a unit. There's no reason for you to build and so they don't so what Toronto Will Toronto finally wised up and they said why don't we remove rent control because it hasn't worked. It's not increasing the number of units people are not able to stay in in these apartments. What's happening is is that they're still getting kicked out and there's no place for them to go because rental title rates keep rising every year due to decreased supply and you know but we don't have enough one of the other problems that exists and I oh not wanNA bring this this up because this has to do with human nature so in a rent controlled environment what you get typically? Is You get say a young couple couple. Young vibrant successful couple ends up leasing a three bedroom. A two bedroom apartment came and then they they have a kid and then they have another kid and then they upgrade in their you know mid thirties to say a three unit apartment but the <hes> apartments rent controlled and time goes by rental rates around them continue to increase but there's doesn't there's continues to stay the same and now they're paying significantly. There's less for their three bedroom unit than they would pay for another unit down the street <hes> that might be better suited for them and as the kids grow up and they move out of the House and then the husband dies off and now you have this sixty five year old woman living in a a three bedroom rent controlled apartment at a fraction of what it would cost for her to live in say a one bedroom unit. That's significantly smaller down the street from her or even in the same building. You understand the problem this creates so now what we have now. We have a shortage people who need need a three bedroom unit can't get it because this lady is squatting and occupying at at below market rates a three bedroom unit it that would go to somebody else if the free market was allowed to work seeing a perfect situation what would happen was as the kids moved out and the parents. It's got older. They would downsize they would say look. This apartment is too expensive. It keeps getting more expensive. Let's get into a smaller. Maybe a one bedroom unit now because we don't I need all the space anymore that would then open up a three bedroom unit for somebody who truly needs it that doesn't happen in rent controlled environments and and so what Toronto did was they lifted the rent control restriction and they said the market price is what it will be and wouldn't you know it an explosion in new you housing development happens why because it's now advantageous to build low and middle class apartment complexes and <unk> buildings because they can charge a market rate for it makes sense now rent control is not the only thing but if you look at the major look at what are the what are the top rent controlled cities in America San Francisco's number one greatest housing shortage greatest cost of living rent control and regulation behind. That's probably maybe she cut maybe New York and then Chicago Kogyo..
"drug trafficking" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"It never feels we could talk about this stuff over and over again but it always bears repeating why because there's somebody out there who isn't paying any attention into doesn't realize the effects that <hes> that economic policy and and principals have on on your daily life offense. Oh another thing this actually I can tie this also as well welcome back everybody. This is wealth power and influence with Jason Stapleton. I'm your host and with. He has always as Matt. WHAT'S UP BUDDY. What is up. It's been so long since we talk Oh. I know I feel like it's been forever like he's we just because of course we're not <hes>. We're not doing the show live today. This is prerecorded because we are in the middle. I'm in the middle of teaching a two day. Branding pro course <hes> for <hes> a bunch a bunch of people. I don't even know how many we got. I just got a two more two more people who joined in the last day and so they just keep coming in and I imagined before it's over we'll I'll have a bunch more so and <hes> even though the thing is started. I've decided to leave enrollment open until tomorrow so Saturday. This is your last day and even though you Miss Day one you still get to keep the recordings because I'm going to give the recordings to everybody who signs up so you can go back and so not only are you getting eighty we six pages of some of the best personal branding and influence stuff that exists on the planet but you're also going to get a two day day <hes> communication and branding workshop that you can go back and Rewatch at your leisure will probably even met probably we even burn it onto just M._p.. Three two so people can like throw it on they can listen to it because most of most of what we're going to discuss won't require visual. It's just you listening listening and communicating back with me and so it'll be helpful fee to have the audio files too so you can listen to them but anyway so what are we talking about today. Well interesting note and this goes to really the subject that I'm discussing right now. As we speak in real time in this event is that most people do not pay attention to things. Most of them are not paying attention to you. Most of them don't know your story. They are not unless unless they are at a level of engagement with you that borders on fascination the likelihood that they are hearing your message and that they don't need to rehear for it again is foolhardy. A lot of us think that Oh why already told them that once so I don't WanNa say it again. It'll just make people mad because they already heard it. I mean how many times have I told the winners win story. How many times how many times have I told the b-better story story those of you in the private group right now who here has not heard the better story. I guarantee you that if we got I don't know how many people we've got watching Ching right now and it might not because we do in a second show but I guarantee you of the of the two hundred plus people that we have who closely follow the show show who are fans and subscribers to the show <hes>. I guarantee you that there's probably ten to twenty percent of them. Who've never heard the b-better story and that's like a core go to story for me and the fact that there are people who still don't know it proves that I need to keep telling it because because if I don't then none of them derive value and I don't get the benefit of them being in alignment and congruent with my way of thinking and so you're in that same vein anytime I can find a way to illustrate an economic principle in business and in culture culture that has sue prima value and impact on your life but that most people don't understand and can't articulate. I always want to use a real. Oh world examples are far more valuable than <hes> than than just what would we what would we call. I don't know <hes> <hes> <hes> philosophical ideas gay and it's one of the reasons that I really love..
"drug trafficking" Discussed on KOIL
"And let me know what you think about these african countries open matt that's caused by first world capitalism that's what produces corruption okay no that would still be going on we have reappeared corruption in these countries we have drug trafficking way of human trafficking i spoke to apply it this week who lives on the new on the new mexico border he was talking to me about the problems that we have with immigration and he said without a doubt for a fact he knows of areas along our border that are completely controlled by the drug cartels he never sees border patrol agents anywhere near his property these are not good places now i wouldn't necessarily use the word goal myself especially if i was the president i would definitely not use the word hole it's not something i would probably choose to use but then again this is donald trump this is the new york business this is the shark this is we knew what we were getting into when we voted for him maybe you didn't vote for him maybe he knew what we did a good to have you didn't vote for him because of that but we knew that this guy does not mince words he says what he thinks he tells it like it is and i see it i think it was was cnn gosh was an article he said they said this word like thirty six times in one hour ibm they are just ruddy with it they almost they are so obsessed they almost but almost talking about this word with glee it's like they're excited to be able to say a bad word on tv although none of them ever say bad words only our president says bad words no one else in the country says bad words now of course not gone my voices driving me crazy it must be driving you crazy we're not going to do this very long got an interview coming up with senator deb fisher i can't even santa sound santa my own voice i usually can't stand the santa my own voice today it's even worse but i wanna ask you a question seriously when you hear people talk about doc the daca program and you hear people talk about immigration because.
"drug trafficking" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The iran deal that he literally took a domestic issue going on i civil was fbi or doj i don't know who is doing the investigating but they have broken age human trafficking drug trafficking ring by iranian hezbollah and clint and obama said this will endanger us doing the nuclear deal with iran even though there you mean leiw involve i'm calling you off in a prohibited you from arresting the people involved in this drug trafficking human trafficking ring and arms trafficking as well all of that wrapped into one but human leaves involved at obama didn't care because he thought it would hurt the iran deal which is the worst seal the history of america give them a public speech since you to jail for the rest are in very you my god on utah to a president every now and then i've spoken numerous couple times this one owner stan his guy at the fbi is christopher ray who spend the last five months he he's had a he's the fbi director number two at the fbi is andrew mccabe and christopher ray colon andrew mccabe and say because of the bribe given to your wife by the clintons through through mcauliffe and because of your discussion in your office about an insurance policy to impeach trump should he win and because of your involvement and turning your head the other way looking at the criminal activity hillary clinton you are fired what is christopher ray and jeff sessions both trump appointees fire andrew mccabe and firemen many others like peter stroke and fire lisa page and others are nor why don't pay far them tonight chechen i'm telling you this compromise ensures i'm sitting here bill sections you just doing something dirty with someone and they've got photos and their blackmail him as far as christopher ray look i i get a lot of insights from from people in the white house all i could tell he i for two very strong rumors in the last forty eight hours ahead again a rumor is just that someone tells the g you don't know if it's true but most of this.
"drug trafficking" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Of a lot of danger out there for these guys but the road very dangerous occupation and the dealing with a lot of the unknown quantity no in law enforcement general we deal with what we call conventional crimes ruggeri robberies assaults carthefts these are different types of activities and because there's so much money involved for example with the the drug trafficking typical best times to tell who the player is i i use the expression in need a scorecard to keep track of the players but i think the investigation will eventually tell the tail and we're going to have to wait for that all right to weigh in on you know in terms of the sanctuary cities stuff today we had um and immigration a specialist comments dis boston herald saying listen you know what trump is trying to do is just enforce the laws on sanctuary cities are going against the laws what's your take on the decision by the federal judge in san francisco to say that they will no longer um uphold the decision by trump which is to take away some federal funding from sanctuary cities i quit the program the vulnerable track this issue of secreting war coveting the legal aliens in this country is counterproductive number one but i think what you're gonna find most interesting is that some of these individuals that are hiding in sanctuary cities have committed crimes such as rape it'd be interesting that you brought this question of to me i was recently out in los angeles in without giving the identity of the los angeles police officer we had a discussion about the sanctuary cities on the fact that one of the individuals who had been arrested for way is now being protected a sanctuary city status there's horror san francisco without being too derogatory they are unfortunately on their own page and it's the long page what we should all be doing is watching out what's in the best and of the safety of this country and we're not doing that today we're concerned about everybody civil rights for example you can't have your civil rights at the expense of every wonder why find also interesting is where were where's the outrage were the voices in san francisco about all of these incidents going on not just in los angeles with all women but in government with all women in.
"drug trafficking" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast
"A coalition of these extremist groups took over the northern half of mali so a huge swath of territory in the suhel and great fear that they would create uh a safe haven or a training ground um uh to to launch attacks further afield than in west africa um these groups have proliferated over time a now you have groups pledging allegiance to either i soul or al qaeda coming out of central mali you've had a tax into burkinafasso a you've had attacks even as far south as though west african coast and could d'ivoire in mali there is a real a security problem here uh although it is combined its violent extremist groups combined with a drug trafficking with trafficking in arms trafficking in people and and a criminal economy um so it's very hard to to disentangle the extremist networks from the criminal konomi that that they work in um but they're certainly a threat there the us has been there and very unwilling to get in the middle of the fight and make it a a us front france has taken a very important role in a more connectik role particularly after the takeover of of northern mali um the us is very keen to remain in the position of helping the national governments and militaries of the region uh to take on the security threats themselves to become first responders so with the africa command as its core mission really in in most of africa is to say we are going to work through these militaries work to to build their capacity to take on their own security threats.
"drug trafficking" Discussed on The Young Turks
"We've seen our discourse graded by casual cruelty at times it can seem like the forces pulling a supporter stronger than the forces binding us together argument turns to easily into animosity disagreement escalate into dehumanisation too often we judge other groups by their worst examples while judging ourselves by our best intentions forgetting the image of god wishes cnn each other we see nationalism distorted into nato vision forgotten the dynamism that immigration is always brought to america we see a fading confidence in the value of free markets in international trade forgetting that conflict instability in poverty follow in the wake of protectionism we've seen the return of isolationist sentiments forgetting that american security is directly threatened by the chaos in despair distant places where threats such as terrorism infectious disease criminal gangs and drug trafficking tend to emerge all these ways we need you recall and recover our own identity americans have great advantage to renew our country we only need to remember our values wow and it's about to get much tougher as well but loss of tough words already in there when he started talking about bullying and how it leaves a casual cruelty gee i wonder who is referring to when he talks about i shall isolationist sentiments that is clearly donald trump then he said nationalism distorting to native is a now this is the same language they john mccain use just a couple of days ago when a talking about the movement from the 1930's turn nativist and turned inward and against.
"drug trafficking" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Turnover emails at more than one hundred data centers in forty countries outside the united states the keys involves contents of an innocent dot com account the government said was used cadete drug trafficking in two thousand thirteen the data was steward in dublin ireland microsoft only turnedover information it had stored in the united states and then went to court in two thousand fourteen us district judge loretta preska said the company had to hand over the emails but last year the us court of appeals for the second circuit in new york ruled inland microsoft fever the us government was joined by thirty three states in seeking supreme court review at issue is the location of the search at redmond washington where employees can call up the data or where the content is steward the company argues federal law doesn't extend to overseas seizure of data brad smith microsoft ceo and chief legal officer wrote in a blog post that the current laws for britain for the era of the floppy disk not the world of the cloud we believe that rather than arguing over an old law in court that was approved in nineteen eighty six it is time for congress to act by passing new legislation smith said there are broader dimensions to the issue if you is law enforcement can obtain the emails of foreigners stored outside the united states let's discuss the government of another country from getting you're emails even though they are located in the united states smith fruit we believe that people's privacy rights should be protected by the laws of their own countries and we believe that information stored in the cloud should have the same protections chris paper that is steward in your desk in its request for supreme court review the justice department said a ruling for microsoft would cause immediate grave an ongoing harm to public safety national security and the enforcement of our laws clark rash i could puteri security expert and former justice department prosecutor told nbc news that users outside the united states would be discouraged from using american internet companies he said this is a very big case that raises the largely unresolved issue of where things occur when they happened in cyprus face we have a real world that has borders and national interests and of virtual worlds that does not respect them through.
"drug trafficking" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM
"Laws and i'm certain firearms that will be prohibited universal background checks and the getting a highcapacity magazine and an effort to try and on separate that drug trafficking and gun trafficking artery that go across the country that floor so much and we really thought that we have moment him on our side and it turned out that we didn't and the senate noted shut shut down shut down the um a conversation i think by two or three though and i remember at the time thanked myself wow i feel like i can't just gop because who where we had a setback and so it has been our commitments and then continue uh thinking about this we don't claimed to have all the answers still wants to tell people who are lawful gone owners who used the gun scope for hunting with the sport off at the caption that we want to take away their guns that's not what we're about to old do wants it ways than mere into our collective fighting and say on there are so many tragic they said and not principle got this one dick when we have the authority and the capacity to change it for only good so that's why we're here so are there are there are plans for continued partnership with other leaders and religious denominations all do gun issue going forward what are the next steps well i was praying about that this morning wondering okay so so what do we do now and i've heard on the legislative grant quite honestly there is more hopeful that in certain local constituency local jurisdictions across the country where there are some really hopeful efforts on taking place just think happened this week that we are going to work to promote one is removing from the house debate uh the issue of allowing gun silencers be sending over which would um mask the sound of gun which would make it all the more difficult for law enforcement to on to detect an active shooter is when there when there and play and the other is to put a ban on the kind of apparatus that is that this man added to his semi automatic weapon to make it fully automatic could you can buy for a couple hundred dollars apparently on the internet and until small chipping away efforts and then just raising the conversation i frankly and sending more and more of my time talking to evangelical christian.
"drug trafficking" Discussed on WDRC
"In state senate leader kevin to leon struck a deal on senate bill 54 called the california values act making the state potentially the next one in america to limit state and local law enforcement ability to cope operate with federal immigration authorities only oregon has a similar law which passed in 1987 although some of called illinois is newly signed trust act a sanctuary state measure new mexico in colorado also have comparable proposals pending in their respective legislatures for the life of me i cannot under stan while the voters of the state of california before and you do not reject this idea the idea that your state would say we will allow people to break the law in our state many of those lawbreakers also break other laws they commit crimes they commit rapes and murders are involved in drug trafficking disproportionately why the people of the state would think that their best interests are being served by a government the declares at a sanctuary for lawbreaking illegal alien criminals you can't give me to explain that and i mentioned a major university that apparently doesn't have a problem with a convicted felon like chelsea manning i'm talking about harvard harvard's john f kennedy school of government has said that chelsea manning speaks on social technological and economic ramifications of artificial intelligence as a trans woman she advocates for career and transgender rights well guess what michael morell the former director of the cia has announced his resignation as a senior fellow at harvard after the university named us army soldier turn convicted felon chelsea manning to be a visiting fellow at harvard might make your reconsider your plan to your kids in your grin kids and were they're going to go to school you know relief factor is one of those things i take every single day i take it because at age fifty eight i've got my share of aches and pains and when i go out and do some hard physical work in the yard um or or find out on the road i gets more of those aches and pains and i know where they're coming from they're.
"drug trafficking" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"The um the one that they are actually in cahoots with but what we see is that um that what that ended up looking like was them actually just channelling resources allowing this kind of drug trafficking to continue to happen um and so that investigation was really important of course is completely denied by the us government um but it's the kind of tactics that we've seen in many many places now the important thing about the role of the us government in all of this is that um it's not simply the the kind of military aid to mexico right when the united states launches the merida initiative and there's three billion dollars appropriate somebody doesn't go down to the mexican presidential palace and say hey philippe like i was at our here's a check for three billion dollars what happens is the united states um allows this appropriation to go forward so that the mexican government can by helicopters drones surveillance equipment they can train soldiers and all of those things happen here in the united states they happened here with military contractors and so so much of that money from the merit initiative for instance goes to firms like general dynamics sense sikorsky helicopter those play those are giant um business concerns defense contractors that provide a lot of important jobs for americans right high level of manufacturing jobs that continue to be very important so the kind of baseline political economy of the us military station of the drug war as a domestic.
"drug trafficking" Discussed on TV Avalanche
"Escobar was such a big figure in real life that he sucked at some of the air out of the room that it made it feel like the pablo escobar show instead of a show about the drug war but in season 3 it felt like they were able to get into more of the like overarching topics at play here as far as you know the whether what we're doing has any a real purpose as far as you remove one person another person's steps up as far as you know issues within these cartels civil considering turning someone not said at center it's era the the only like major major complaint i have about it is this show has no idea what to do with its female characters and i i think part of that is because you're the what we know about the drug trafficking world's vary like macho an some to some degree that true within the da to but at most of the female characters on the show i have two purposes which is either to scream while they are getting kidnapped or someone is getting killed or to shout your ruining this family at their husbands so so the it set up very well to go on to another season it seems like they're gonna be trying to move away from colombia towards more that things are going on in mexico which would conveniently give them a chance to talk about how chapo and and all the stuff that's much more current in the news but i really hope they figure out a way to do something with the female characters because they got carrie b shah hey say her last night he shot or be shaped boucher i cannot pronounce eddie wednesday john i spend my whole lunch online.
"drug trafficking" Discussed on WCHS
"A service of metro news the voice of west virginia i'm chris lawrence and seven six let's go to the metronews i her dance for an update here shana johnson shoshana good morning good morning two people are dead four hurt after an industrial accident in the bieber county pennsylvania along the ohio river not far from the west virginia border in hancock county net accident that first energies bruce mansfield power plant and shipping port and the company's largest coalfired power plant early reports indicate the two workers killed in beaver county pennsylvania we're employees have a contractor kapil county is reporting the most drug overdose deaths so far this year in west virginia fifty eight total through june eight to behind campbell county is can all county with thirty four deaths during the same time those with the appalachia highintensity drug trafficking areas report then no is the most common drunk detected in overdose deaths though officials note most of those odeih's involved multiple drugs used at once court hearings come next week in ohio county for two people charged with child abuse what's being called one of the worst ever cases they're bond for one of the two 26yearold apollo rice from wheeling is set at fifteen million dollars rice is accused of abuse that includes pouring hot sauce into the mouth south and knows of the two year old victim using a syringe duct heaping the child's knows and holding the child's head underwater court records show the victim had a broken leg broken arm and bruises to the face dozens of cats are being treated at the cannot charleston humane association after being removed from a charleston home this knell was overwhelming outside a home in the canal city area of charleston tuesday where humane officials were called to seize more than forty five cats including a dead cat located inside of freezer is a situation that we think got out of control jesse schaefer with the cannot charleston humane association dressed in a has met suit says the cats were in pretty bad shape many of them are physically sick their harris falling out kaitlan mckinney lives in town and started to notice the problem a few months ago you could see the cats in a windows you can smell it it was just awful the homeowner was taken to a local hospital for treatment but does not face any criminal charges at this time i'm carrie hit a sack wv metro news dot com 30s are now confirming more than seventy cats were taken from that home charleston police are looking.
"drug trafficking" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In and with north korea right there i i imagine it would be embarrassing for some people this is the fourth incident involving seventh fleet ships in 2017 arm in may you had the way champ lim which collided with a south korean fishing boat and then it february the anti antics he'd excuse me ran aground in tokyo bay so they've had four these incidents when normally atsea collisions and and such things are are usually pretty rare senior reporter military times jeff sued of each and we checked with jeff about the name of the ship it looks like it might be named after senator john mccain in fact is not it's named after senator john mccain's father and grab a grandfather who were both senior military officers apples we understand let's bring you the lights on the terrorist attack in spain police say they believe a twelve strong tara south bent six months planning the attack and bus and his name tourist area that claimed thirteen lives the still searching a man who they suspect is driving the van which hit pedestrians radio at alonzo the political scientists and tires and acts that it ray hoffman colors university in madrid an earlier he gave me an update most we know about the attack has the information that has been released in relation to these religious preacher is that a he he was imprisoned for four years in relation to drug trafficking it seems that when he was in jail he was in contact with one of their terrorist arrested for the terrorist acts madrid in march two thousand four also it seems that for some months and he was in a belgian city close to modern back also nonformal radicalism floor quite some time finally according to police say chips that these preach had massa die india explosion the day before to barcelona attack you mentioned belgium that day is it confirmed yet that other suspects implicated in both attacks were known in other countries is is not known at the police are following different leads he hasn't been his tablets after that terrorist group the islamic is said is the high at me it could well the case deters drew has claimed responsibility will have to bear in mind that this trend that have been followed in previous terrorist attack not always as the trade will be involved but it's in.
"drug trafficking" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"So this i think this is the really difficult thing about the situation of venezuela's in the situation that other countries in latin american around the world have been in about transitional justice that there it may field distasteful to many people to say to people who've been accused of of human rights violations of corruption of drug trafficking or of other crimes to say not only that in a transitional after a transition the perpetrators would be guaranteed due process but in some cases that there might be some measure of amnesty i think that that that feels very distasteful and very difficult to a lot of people but as jennifer said i think that that may be what's required a eat merchant jennifer before about about some of the oil trade partners at what kind of impact could they potentially have an as you alluded to cuba being one of them but cuba has kind of a deal be aware you know they are supplying a medical of if memory serves me from their side and they're getting a fairly decent deal on oil coming back to them it is a lot of these partners probably don't have a lot of a lot of room to operate with venezuela at this point correct i think the the key countries uh our russia china cuba and the united states the united states because of what we said already it's you know it's impact within venezuela's trade sector cuba um because of what you said and exchange not only of doctors but also intelligence services and security services interchange for um.
"drug trafficking" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of russia has been telling me more about why they've been sent this year alone more than ninety police officers have been killed in real that more than the whole of two thousand sixteen people who live in real complain all the time about robberies shootings older things that many thought would be resolved with all the effort that was on before the olympics all that seems to be gone am the drug trafficking gangs are in open war a serious problem that they decided to tackle as well he's a theft of cargo that's why the main exit sofa wrote served real are being patrolled by the army now bring in the army always has very difficult are sometimes negative connotations is is there a concern about the tension could bring well the army doesn't have the connotation that used to have with the military government any more of for most people it brings security what's happening in brazil is a very serious economic crisis hits the worst recession ever poverty ease unemployment is is high and there is a political crisis so all of a sudden you have a collapse of the state and the individual states of brazil with the state of rio de janeiro the basically they went bust in rio couldn't pay it's teaches its police officers and they ask for help from the federal government and rio being basically the major tourist destination will beyond the headlines everywhere the government agreed to sends almost ten thousand troops and the defence minister said the presidential decree allows him to stay until december but the idea is for this forces to be there until the end of two thousand eighteen however many people are skeptical so this is concerned that it won't make a difference there is if we might even intimidate the gangs to avoid open warfare will avoid robbers for the time be but you can't suppress something is lucrative in this widespread as a drug trafficking and other activities by these gangs of the rocha this weekend marks the centenary of petionville one of the bloodiest an ultimately futile battles.