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"ed buck" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"3 billion of them somebody thinks something's unconstitutional All right so then they all Sue the judge Everybody goes in the federal court Who's the judge State court All right what's the difference between this case where you think he's an enforcer and 4 billion other cases where you've read their briefs You understand their argument What's your response to it And why ask justice lido one of the court's conservatives shouldn't these cases be litigated in the state's courts first It's unprecedented and it is contrary to ash system of federalism to enjoin a state judge even from hearing a case So your answer is one federal judge can adjoin in other federal judges But the federal judge can join state judges because there are lower creatures That's the answer But as much as the conservative members of the court appeared hostile to the federal government's intervention three of them Kavanaugh and Barrett both Trump appointees and chief justice Roberts indicated real doubts about the Texas law Cavanagh asked Texas solicitor general jud stone whether if the court were to in the future invalidate some of its abortion precedents the clinics in Texas would be liable for abortions that took place in the past Are you saying that the state that could then reach back and retroactively or allow suits that would reach back and retroactively impose liability on entities that were committing lawful acts as of the time Yes replied solicitor general stone Cavanaugh looked incredulous Millions and millions retroactively And even though the activity was perfectly lawful on your all court orders and precedent at the time it was undertaken right Undoubtedly honor Justice Barrett also expressed skepticism about the breadth of the law and the way it was designed to prevent review by the federal courts Prodded by all the justices the Texas solicitor general said that neither the federal government nor the abortion providers can seek review of the state law now rather he maintained the cases must first be litigated by the state courts Justice Kagan responded that if there is no immediate recourse when a state enacts a patently unconstitutional law essentially we would be inviting states all 50 of them with respect to their unprepared constitutional rights to try to nullify the law that this court has laid down as to the content of those rights There's nothing the Supreme Court can do about it Guns same sex marriage religious rights whatever you don't like go ahead A decision in the case is expected by summer Nina totenberg and Pierre news Washington 5.
"ed buck" Discussed on Mocha Minutes
"I listen to the shit. But one of the questions that i was like. This is fucking hilarious. Where's the lgbtq community when black women are kills. And i'm like so. Should they talk about the black trans one or the black glassman or tobacco bisexual women or the. I'm sorry did yang to fuck about the victims of ed buck but yes please talk. Like you're bringing it up to your. Don't care about black women. I'm like Hey hi sweetheart sis had met black men. Don't care about your as you might wanna cool it. And also i also think it all truthfulness like all these defenses of data pale defenses of like well. They weren't there for we. Don't all of this is just listen. Dave chapelle showed extreme lack of empathy. And you laughed at it. And you show initiating lack of empathy. It feels like you're just defending your of empathy literally. It is like fuck them gay people and it's like what is wrong with you. You're just defending your extreme lack of empathy. And and i get it. You feel bad because now people are like. Hey these are human beings that you're making fun of their feelings are hurt and instead of just like oh. I'm a city person. I should laugh at this. You've decided like well. Where would they win blah blah. And the truth of. The matter is in your decision to do this. All you're showing is how shiva person you are because if you weren't shitty person you know that gay and trans people have been fighting alongside black people for the entirety of the civil rights movement correct. They've been there just because you didn't want to recognize them or see them doesn't mean they weren't there they exist doesn't mean that they weren't there and that they were in by where were they will. Yeah they were there because in the sixties be engaged with a got killed and being black. He's got you as a lot of times. They which is black and sometimes there were white and they were just like. I'm just white person. Supporting black. people put secretly. I'm gay but i can't tell you when that 'cause i'll get killed but i'm here look just like me. It's like the thing like like guys i like. We know as a as a black woman. I know i have more privileged than a black trans woman in does not negate the oppression that i base by talking about somebody. A disabled black woman a transplant woman. A woman or the spectrum. They have more privileged than then. It doesn't out though pressure that i face by actually acknowledging that it does it like oppression is not a pie and it's like every time you just go. Y'all sound like why. I wish it was a fun. Acas pires delicious talking. There's so much oppression of everywhere. My president in a chocolate pecan pie this this so much depression. I can't.
"ed buck" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"About the white use of mail in ballots. Nearly eight million ballots have been cast or 35% of registered voters. Today is the last day to vote on whether to recall the governor News is brought to you by Pierre Again Water Six LAPD officers have filed a lawsuit against the city, the mayor and the chief over the city's vaccine mandate. City attorney Mike Viewer says judges have shot down similar lawsuits and they've done so because they said, the greater good compels it. The greater good compels this right now. The officers say their constitutional rights to privacy and due process has been violated. In further claim they've been subjected to harassment and undue pressure by command staff. To get vaccinated. Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco says he will not enforce a covid 19 vaccine mandate regardless of who orders it. Bianco says the vaccine is a very personal choice and he will not interfere with that. I'm not anti vax. I'm anti expert Chad. But that doesn't mean that I'm anti vax for someone else that feels they may need it. Or that does need it at high risk categories or even if it just makes you feel better, The sheriff says health officials and politicians should consider the natural immunity from someone who's been in Acted with the virus. Bianco fully recovered from Covid 19 and also refused to enforce mask mandates. Steve Gregory King If I knew political donor Ed Buck is being sued by a man who survived two overdoses from drugs he allegedly got while it Bucks apartment in West Hollywood. Dan Brown says he met Buck Online in 2019 and that Buck would send a car to pick him up from a hotel on Skid Row. Brown testified it Bucks federal trial in July in which Buck was found guilty on all nine crimes he was charged with, including providing meth that resulted in death. Nicholas has made landfall in Texas. It turned into a hurricane last night before moving over the coast of Texas. Nicholas is on track to hit Louisiana tomorrow. Governor John Bel Edwards says another hurricane is the last thing his state needs life threatening flash flooding do the very heavy rainfall will be the primary concern. Nicholas has been downgraded to a tropical storm and Apple has issued emergency software updates because of a flaw that allows highly invasive spyware from Israel's NSO group. To infect anyone's iPhone. I watch or MAC computer, the user doesn't even have to click on anything despite were known as a zero click remote exploit is considered the Holy Grail of surveillance because it lets governments, mercenaries and criminals secretly break into a device without tipping off the owner. Let's take a look at your drive. Now on the 10. That sounds like fun. Good morning. Now we got busy more than our freeways. So stay.
"ed buck" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"It's pushed january of twenty twenty one so these charges carry a minimum of twenty years in prison but in the opinion of the justice for djamil legal team. They fail to illustrate. Ed bucks intent to do harm so like jim l. Moore's family one year after timothy. Dean's death his family files a civil suit for wrongful death. On january seventh twenty twenty attorney hossein turk a member of the justice for jamal team puts out this statement quote. The wrongful death lawsuits fill in the substantial gaps created by the inadequate federal and state criminal complaints neither of which directly addresses ed bucks racism or his alleged intentional killings of. Jim elmore and timothy dean. The civil lawsuits are important because they seek to hold ed bucks specifically accountable for engaging in racially and sexually motivated hate violence against black gay men. These cases are not just about furnishing drugs resulted in deaths and grievous bodily injuries. These cases are colored by the racial identities and social positions of the victims and the perpetrator. Ed buck didn't just hand out drugs. That resulted in the deaths of mr moore mr dean. Ed buck deliberately. An exclusively used drugs to commit disgusting acts of race based sexual violence against a specific demographic he was a predator and had an mo. Yeah and he's not being held accountable for that at all. Yeah so when the federal court files are accessed. The testimony of ed bucks victims. Give light to a picture that is truly horrifying. So this is a partial quote from an article by journalists sam levin writing for the guardian and it lists some of the victims accounts one victim said he learned about buck when he was homeless and living in a park and said he that buck was nicknamed doctor. Kevorkian a reference to the pathologist known for helping terminally ill patients die. This victim said it was part of bucks quote role playing and fantasy to inject people with methamphetamine and quote and that although the victim had never injected meth before buck assured him that it would be fine. Oh shit he had never fucking before the sky. Convinces him injecting drugs. It's like oh it's so. Ad book allegedly ignored this victims agreement to only a small dose and he quote emptied an entire syringe into him and quo another time. Buck injected this person and he immediately lost consciousness and awoke to discover his anus bleeding s third man filming him. The complaint said another victim said but when buck injected him with a tranquilizer. It made him quote unable to move adding that when buck wanted the victim to leave his home. Buck became frustrated at obtained. Power saw from a closet turned it on and approached the victim with it. That victim eventually escaped the apartment. In another case buck gave the victim. The victim thought was vodka but he fell asleep or blacked out after consuming. It the complaint said this victim said he woke up to buck injecting him with syringe and panicked because he did not use mass but he couldn't move when he tried to get up he also felt quote. It's excruciating pain. And when he tried to remove the metal clips fasten to his nipples. Buck just laughed the most recent victim who overdose but survives told authorities that buck solicited him for sex and distributed meth to him quote nearly every day during approximately a one month period oli shit. It's keeping him prisoner. Yes and also it's like you. He's now hooked these men on these drugs and now they have to come back to him for that okay so in august fourth twenty twenty. Ed buck is brought. Before a federal grand jury again and they add another four charges to his list including the enticed victims to.
"ed buck" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"Where like all. If this is what's happening we have the vote against this right now. You know a vote for this right now. Support these politicians right now and. That's kind of typical seven. Yeah no he's lanes. Exactly and vito how that all happens but yeah. So it's sort of the same thing controlled oppositions kind. Sounds like that. You know it's funny in this tweet. One of the things. I said in the threat and i was like yo the thing that's annoying about these people's because they have no real consistent values that they're willing to be honest about. I really do have consistent values but not that they're willing to say out loud because there's some values that a hate the black community and to the extent that it is loyal to straight black men but they straight back men in particular don't really Women either especially if the women are deemed to not want to throw straight black men on the bus for hating stuff so they ended up giving these reasons that if you examine them for like ten seconds honestly they have no consistency and make no sense. There'll be like One of the popular ones is. Oh we don't care about ed buck thing. Because that's an aberration but Black homophobia is something we have to deal with every day. I'm not gonna tell me that white day. Racism is an aberration like an expert particularly the exploiting of nonwhite the exploiting of non white boys by White predators of any orientation heterosexual or homosexual like the expectation of poor non white people that is not some aberration or rare problem and also like compare. I mean if you look at our throwaway people a three part episode. If you go back into our we did a whole bunch on You know and but also they had the power to get away with it in a way that Black homophobes you know don't like look. How long freaking not just ed buck. People like jeffrey dahmer and stuff..
"ed buck" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio
"When you sign up for service. Well let's get started. Let's jump right into it. It was of course an interesting week. Here started off with the insurrection from january. First the testimony began last weekend. So this this is one farce after another the january. Sixth capital insurrection is a multifaceted event. That took place. It's not what took place from what the media tells you. That's what makes it the hardest. Yes bad things happened. No they were not the trump supporters that were there for his rally. Many tens of thousands of people came to that rally trump fans Nowhere near The types of people that were involved in the in the ruckus that took place after that those were the infiltrators those are the people stage staging the crime those are getting in causing the destruction and the violence and And so those are those are antifa folks in people Stirring all this on so it can come out in the media that these were trump people trump supporters behind all. This is not the case. So they're going through this all january sixth insurrection. Calling it one of the worst things. Since adolf hitler this is not the case but they lead one person in after another to give witness testimony and statements and things. Do not add up now this last week. Ed buck ed. Buck was convicted in the meth overdose. Death of two black men in that took place at his west. Hollywood apartment now had book is at democrat. Donor end Hillary clinton pal that got these folks involved in so this is an this has been going on for some time here the that the the youths were overdose killed. Some say that it was done on purpose at buck did this. He injects folks to do this and was a bad incident and they died while he was convicted. Now so this'll be interesting that that report came out january twenty seventh. If you know do some searches on google about that. Ed buck b. u. c. k. Last name Not a good individual. Not a good individual now vaccine. The vaccine statement of work came out this past week. The statement of work shows that came up for pfizer that the agreement that pfizer had with the us army so they talked about the two billion dollar deal to provide the vaccines and so this is not a modern johnson johnson but just the pfizer portion of it the deadlines distributing of these doses gift to get him in. The hands of the united states. Army was twenty million doses by june thirtieth thirty million doses by july thirty first. And that's where we get these big big dates coming up for a mom. We mentioned biden. getting i wanna have seventy percent of the population vaccinated. He wants to come up with all these various numbers. Well that's that's what's driving all this. It's the vaccine makers their deadlines and when they have to get these doses to be distributed out not free not free whatsoever. The people may be getting these things for but the deal for pfizer. Alongs two billion dollar contract. That's that's funded by the us. Tax payers of this is nowhere anywhere in the mainstream media that i saw this past week mentioning pfizer with the deal with the us united states army to to provide vaccines At the cost of two billion dollars..
"ed buck" Discussed on Minority Korner
"I mean on so many friends if you are if you are not gay if you have no idea what being gay is about if your if that is something that is so far removed from the concept of who you are as a person. You're not going through such great lengths and this is not. This is not an like an isolated phenomenon there are many people who do this again for all the booze that you've got in like actually like in the limelight doing this you've got people hundred percents goes back to your thing is that there. Are these folks who have these pot forms. Hop almost a re. They do have a responsibility into the things that is that they're saying the things that they're putting out there and then we also as consumers have a responsibility into what it is that we are consuming the the concerts that were paying to go to or the the music that we're listening to you on spotify. Because they get a little bit of kickback. From that as well so we as consumers also have responsibility so we all need to do is watch all a little nasdaq's music videos all acts like you know all all all that music And and put it put it right. Put it right and call call out like the casual. I think that this the i wanna say silent killer. But the subtle killer is the casual homophobia and casual sexism for all who are listening to shit work. Pay attention to those microaggressions that casual the casualness of that because that actually is very instrumental and people being harmed that is not something that is a separate phenomenon from you. It is not existing in a different sphere and a different plant on a different planet. Like literally every every single one of those microaggressions can contributes this ridiculous culture. That says that somebody in order to prevent their twelve year. Old son from being gay is going to have a grown woman scope and suck on his penis well by the last time. I wanna hear that. But no i just i to the audience just being like okay. I've heard twelve pena's sucked sorry too many times right out you know was up. I think we got it today. Story is fuck you disney. Fuck you baby. And fuck you ed buck. I think that's the three does the homophobia fuck patriarchy fucked white supremacy. Yes and everybody out there. Who's moving the needle. Who's pushing who's who's who's talking fighting the good fight shout you thank.
"ed buck" Discussed on Minority Korner
"And then in this case because of these intersections of the system of homophobia and racism allowed this guy to get away with this thing and the verdict came exactly four years after One of the victims was found died four year anniversary. So it's kind of you know bedding and then like i had mentioned earlier in nineteen activists were rallying outside of his apartment demanding. I remember reading this article about this And those man's so was not being arrested. People had to go out into the streets. A godly china get actual justice half until they went onto the streets. An protested outside of his house. After mel moore was had overdosed in in two thousand or had been starting sense. Shimon moore was found dead and so one of the in the justice department. They had side and they had to get a federal case had to go even higher so it was even like local. Police finally caved in and did anything they keep going up higher. Let's get more attention to it. And they stated that exerted in the department statements and the justice department statement. They said that exerted power and control over his victims typically targeting individuals who were destitute homeless or struggling with drug addictions that was part of their statement. And won't surprise you. Buy guess okay. Let's see let's play game. Can you guess so. He one of his defense lawyers was also a prosecutor blink. Person's case casta. We wanna play this game. Sold know how. I feel about this case as a black person so either prosecutor and the oj simpson gays which is always so like so weird. I can't tell you we're gonna say cosby's which also would not actually know the cosby when i have more of adult. I have much more feelings about that. Like the predator go to jail you like you know. Absolutely the one. I just have to leak out no i. Can't i no comment. it's just there without. It's bad scene documentary seen at all. I just can't. it's just very difficult. Talk about it's just really is i mean. I remember that. I moved to this country when that was happening. And i was just like as a person it's like you can't it. Came after the heels of rodney king. And it wasn't it was more so of what he had represented and we have seen so many times the justice system and we still to this day put away innocent black people all the fucking time and so it seemed like the same sort of situation was happening but on the other side you saw you know black men being getting you know treatment as if you were a white guy you know but that's that fame prize athlete but he also is someone who ran in those white circles and similar to at bach. Had all these different you know sort of connection so not surprising that the defense lawyer. There's some you know it doesn't.
"ed buck" Discussed on Minority Korner
"I really know is a great. Y'all know my way of dealing with trauma as humor and grace seventy died. This is side Okay but the story of how this really came to light about his just grotesque shenanigans grotesque behavior doesn't seventeen the body jomo more twenty six was found and bucks apartment along with nearly two grams of syringes and other just drug paraphernalia. And then the death was initially ruled an accident by the corn. Or and then morris family was like Why that doesn't make sense It just didn't it makes sense again just adding up all the things that was like you know this older white man and this young black gig black man. What's his accidental death like. How does not this doesn't make any sense. And it wasn't so the family started raising concerns and then activists started to get involve of like. How could he have administered those drugs himself but just didn't make sense and then the allegations were confirmed and a journal found in journals belongings where he wrote i quote. I become addicted to drugs. And the worst one. That ed buck is the one to thank. He gave me my first injection of crystal map so in the journal and then two years later another black man was found in bucks apartment. So i mean this guy. First one happened wuxi gypsy and the cops just like oh accidental adopt. Look the other way and then timothy dean who's fifty five Was found in the apartment. also died of a drug overdose like lung as jit up. Blackie menderes be dying in and buck was known for soliciting men men mostly black and targeted those who engaged in survival sex work or an house so he was thinking this predator targeting specific communities and that whether faddish you just knew that something happened just how expendable black yep gay men are and if you add sex worker or You know issues with drugs. Expendable just literally playthings toys. You know Into yeah yeah. We're we're going to say not. I was just gonna say that's why some of the conversations that we're having these days abou- you know making sure that we're having that conversation at the forefront is so important because people don't realize the extent of the vitriolic that's being kind of like doled out willy nilly how that leads directly to this absolutely one hundred percent because like you said like we set the landscape so clearly these cops because of the things that people say about any of those asterix or these or at any of these intersections of those people black gay drug user sex worker on house any of those one or more of those right we already have it in the lexicon of these people are worthless or valueless right and so the cops will put together. I had interactions with cops of how quickly they just try to a story together that fits their narrative or their story. They're looking for the quickest things and it's oftentimes on serotypes and the stories that society has continuously toward solve and by society. I mean white. Straight men who have creative entire structure again unite even bat an eyelash. We've been watching. Women play volleyball in bikinis. Our entire lies didn't even think about it and says when we were like wow. I'm aware and these bikinis and oh you right. Why are you wearing those bikinis. None of you need to do your job. You're right but it's like that's the things racism and the patriarchy or white supremacy in the patriarchy. It's like this fog. We don't even realize that we're fucking n or it's like being frogs or crabs whatever you want to boil in a pot of water that just keeps increasing and you don't even realize that you're in at any temperature just like to hat to sally for some. It actually does killed them..
"ed buck" Discussed on Minority Korner
"They deserve for the work in the art and the stress and the the efforts All those people in the credits. They deserve to get paid at the end of the day. And that's the bottom line like you can't. You can't have people this. This is everything right. They just deserve to get paid but also disney breese contract. You're going back to it. Yeah right yeah. It's a it's a straight up contract breach like just pay the done here. Like thanks man got black and white he. it's not like they. You got cots. The thought she wasn't going to see anything and she she she did. I will kamenica. I saw a lot of her press. She was doing it with smiles. You did all the interviews and stop and then when it was all said and done she was like. And here's the bill. Many things got receipts. Best wishes kind regards excel. Yeah so yeah. I don't know about that. I don't know what the i'm really wondering how that's going to shake out. I think that this is kind of like a. You mentioned something about a tipping point. And i feel like there's a big going on in the industry in terms of i mean in the music industry and in the film industry where women are able to produce things now. They have their own hats like that. They they have the tables have their own hotson. So yeah they're they're not having to rely on men producers do a lot of things but a lot of the residual bullshit still there and. I'm happy that scar joe. As much as she says problematic all the time is standing up for what's right and paving the way for people to continue. I mean i wouldn't say necessarily but you know. I mean sheep's her existence. As a woman does help to pave the way for others is seen necessarily adat out by muniz and looking out for women of color as well. But you know her. Glass shattering is opening the space for other folks who are able to follow through on that and it will say like hollywood is there. Is this other thing that hollywood is actually one of the most out of any industry in the united states. I forget the exact breakdown but it is the most white male dominant when it comes to the c. suite so the people were at the very top of it. The exact same the top of hollywood. It is still right now. Barry white male dominated so there's just a lot of there's a lot of nepotism that happens a lot of. There's a lot of work to be done so okay. Well what's that about. I i mean so okay so we're gonna take a little quick break for them. We're gonna come back. we're gonna. we're gonna die into a new story. That i think that a lot of folks did not necessarily hear about. And there's literally a story where classes them and privilege and racism and homophobia all intersect together. So we're going to get into the story. Rake you probably from the headlines. We'll get into.
"ed buck" Discussed on Minority Korner
"To minority corner where we take an introspective. Look at the world doing intersectional lens. I'm james he him. I'm a queer political activists actor comedian self-proclaimed sexy blurred that say black nerd and each week. I'm joined in the corner by other fabulous minorities and some allies tackling the news pop culture politics media entertainment and history with little self care south love sprinkled throughout all of our own personal and collective empowerment. Well it's a brand new episode and we've got.
"ed buck" Discussed on What A Day
"There are a lot of people who don't really care about black folks especially if you're queer or sex worker our houses or poor. Here's journalists and advocate jazz mechanic. Who has kept this story alive for the past. Four years just moments after the verdict was read out. We have a council member behind you at city hall. Mayim paul corrects. Who told a group of people that all epochs victims were nothing but disadvantaged black hustlers and that is how a lot of the politicians looked at his victims which is why they like paul kretz never returned. His money never even tried to acknowledge this case blue on the democratic party of which i'm a member of Because like sammy said it wasn't just the investigators and the sheriff's department. It was the politician. It was the media worried about getting sued by ad bug. It was everybody. And so i think we all feel vindicated today. Wow ed bucks. Victims by the way include numerous black gay men beyond jamal. More intimately dean. Those are just the names of the folks who died that we know of. I should also note that local prosecutors declined to charge. Ed buck at a point. It was only after a third man's near-fatal overdose at the hands of buck in twenty nineteen that he was arrested and eventually charged by federal prosecutors with a total of nine felonies. Yeah wow and he was convicted on all of those counts earlier this week so what protesters and the victim's friends and family have to say. Let's take a listen to jamal. Moore's mother and timothy deans sisters moments after the verdict was read out. Today is bitter sweet. Today is the day that my son was murdered when he left my house for years ago. But we got victory today. As i leave. La glenn back home. Thank everybody that has helped he cluster all throughout the three weeks. That we've been here. I'm so happy that he will never see the light of day again that this trial was overwhelming. It was grueling. This man did some terrible things to human beings as you can hear they were happy with the case's outcome and that buck is finally being held accountable though. A sentencing hearing has not yet been scheduled but faces between twenty years to life in federal prison. Yeah and travel. This is a story that you followed for many years now. So what are your own thoughts about all this. Yeah i was still working at the la times. During jim moyes death. And i remember how difficult it was to get any sort of substantive coverage of this story. This is one of those instances where classism in privilege and racism and homophobia all intersect and is just one example of the forms of violence marginalization that black lgbtq plus people specifically sometimes experience. And so. i'll just leave it at a quote that jazz mechanic recently tweet it. Which was quote. I hope that black gay men everywhere know that it doesn't matter if they're sex workers escorts gay. Hiv positive pour une house or even addicted to meth. Their life matters. And that's the latest for now. We'll be back after a few ads. What a day is brought to you by brooklyn summer.
"ed buck" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"For other related charges. In south carolina a judge sentenced nathaniel rolling to life in prison for murdering and kidnapping university of south carolina. Students amount that joseph senate in march two thousand nineteen twenty one year old josephson got into the killers car after mistaking for an uber and was later found dead. In the woods democratic party donor and political activists ed buck has been found guilty on nine felonies including running a drug house and injecting who gave black men with methamphetamine who then died of an overdose twenty six year old. Hamill gentle moore died in two thousand seventeen and fifty five year old timothy. Dean died in two thousand nineteen. Buck was arrested. Two years ago after third man overdose tongue methamphetamine disappointment. That man survived black. Lgbtq plus activists and the family members of the men who died had for months when calling on prosecutors to file criminal charges against buck accusing him of being a sexual predator. Buck faces a mandatory minimum sentence of twenty years in prison with a maximum life. Sentence a new investigation by the associated. Press revealed number of ku klux klan members are working inside the florida department of corrections. The revelation came as part of an investigation into a failed k. k. k. plot in two thousand fifteen murder a black man. The murder was planned as revenge for fight. In which black person or warned williams bid a white guard. Thomas driver the fbi was able to stop the plot instead staging the murder. After an informant infiltrated the terror group tens of thousands of americans are believed to belong to extremists. White supremacist groups including the clan. The fbi said such groups represent the greatest domestic terror threat. Here in the united states a propublica study found that immigration prosecutors are continuing to deport people who are not considered a threat to public safety. Despite a biden administration policy instructing them to postpone or drop such cases. But the policy is carried out at the prosecutor's discretion making it difficult to challenge this comes as immigrant. Justice advocates are denouncing the by administration for the growing number of jail immigrants and asylum seekers. As of mid-july july over twenty seven thousand people are being held in ice jails advocates warn detentions have nearly doubled under biden the closely watched democratic congressional primary in ohio to fill the seat of marcia. Fudge is less than a week away. The race pits nina turner who served bernie sanders campaign co chair against shanto brown the chairwoman of the cuyahoga county democratic party on tuesday. The women's march through its support behind nina turner. Its first-ever electoral endorsement. It came one day. After warrenville. Heights council member walter stewart announced. He was switching his support from brown to turner need. Attorney is the one that's going to take us. And we had the vision the know how the experience and and she has the sincerety and heart to carry us forward over the weekend. Congress member alexandra. Cossio cortez campaigned in ohio for nina turner. Who also just picked up the endorsement of congress. Member jamie raskin. Shantelle brown has received the backing of hillary clinton and the congressional black caucus political action committee and in a special election in texas yesterday voters rejected a trump endorsed candidate and elected another republican state representative. Jake elsie to the us house. Elsie ran an anti immigration campaign and called himself a reagan republican he ran against susan. Wright the widow of the former congress member ron right who died this year from cova nineteen leaving open his seat and texas six congressional district and those are some of the headlines says democracy now democracy now dot org the warring piece report. I'm amy goodman new york joined by democracy now co host one solace in new brunswick new jersey high one by amy and welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well the house of representatives select committee investigating the january six insurrection at the capitol hold. Its first hearing tuesday and her testimony from four police officers who attacked by trump supporters while defending the capital. The committee is made up of seven. Democrats and two republicans. Liz cheney and adam kin zinger both of whom voted to impeach trump first role in instigating the assault on the capital last week. House minority leader. Kevin mccarthy pulled all his recommended committee members five of them after house speaker. Nancy pelosi veto to his picks. Us capitol police. Sergeant aquino grenell spoke i during the election. He was beaten with a flagpole and attacked with chemical spray canals dominican emigrant who served in the us army in iraq. Well we were suggested. They was like something from medieval bottle. We fought hand-to-hand inch by inch to prevent an invasion of the capital by volume. Ma intent on subverting our democracy democratic process. My fellow officers. And i were committed to not letting any riders reach the capital. It was very prolonged and desperate struggle. The writers attempted to breach the capital. Were shouting traum. Send us pick the ri- sei we want trump. Ib really her officers screaming. Agony and pain just an arm lamp from me at that time. An officer hodges. He's here to testify to was being crushed by the rioters. Ikea few martin myself losing oxygen and recall thinking to myself. This is how i'm going to die. Defending dissensions us capitol. Police sergeant echinacea. Good now testifying tuesday before the house. Select committee investigating the january six direction at the capital during his testimony. Good no reference. Dc metropolitan police department officer. Daniel hodges who also testified at the hearing describing how trump supporters almost crushed to death on my left was a man with a clear red. She'll stolen during this salt. He slammed it against me and with all the way to the body's pushing behind him trapped me. My arms were pinned and effectively useless trapped against the shield after the door frame on my riding with my posture. Granting me no functional strength or freedom of movement. I was effectively defenceless and gradually sustaining injury from the increasing pressure of the mob directly in front of me a man sees the opportunity of my vulnerability. Grab the front of my gas mask and used it to beat my head against the door. He switched to pulling off my head. The straps stretching against my skull and straining my neck he never enter uttered any words recognized but opted instead for guttural screams. Remember foaming at the mouth. He also put his cellphone his mouth so they add both fans free salty. Eventually he succeeded in stripping away my gas mask at a new russia of exposure to spray. Hit me the mob of terrorists were coordinating their efforts now. Shouting heave ho as they synchronize pushing their weight forward crushingly further against the middle door frame. The man in front of me grabbed my baton that i still held in my hands and my current state. I was unable to retain my weapon bashed in the head and face with rupturing my lip and adding additional injury to moscow. That was dc metropolitan police department. Officer daniel hodges and this is mike von who is also an officer with the dc metropolitan. Police he suffered a heart attack after.
Political Donor Ed Buck Guilty on Counts Related to Overdose Deaths
"In the drug deaths of two men. Here's Alex Stone inside the federal courtroom. There were cheers when the verdict was read. Former Democratic donor Ed bought guilty on multiple charges linked to methamphetamine overdose deaths of two men at his West Hollywood apartment. Prosecutors say Bach was running a drug in sex 10 when he was arrested in 2019. Buck was also convicted of enticing men to LA to engage in prostitution. The jury deliberated for 4.5 hours before returning a guilty verdict. Alex Stone, ABC News, Los Angeles, and when Buck
"ed buck" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"Sometimes it happens. I hear a call and we did talk about that like three days ago. And the sort of breaking news this hour and you just started headlined on. Kfi is that. Ed buck the big democratic political donor. The man that apparently made a fortune and then he came to la to live and two things he'd like to do is give money to prominent democratic politicians and also inject meth into men. Are seti newsom. Well no the people money to not that the ones he objected method to. Oh yeah that's what i meant. Yeah you was that in the trial. No i meant that. He donated money to them Two men died in bucks apartment. Gimmel more back into live two thousand seventeen and timothy dean january twenty nineteen the la county da. Took a look at the case decided..
"ed buck" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"Next chance win with the mystery host. In for tim conway. Who's that three host. anybody now. three people in there. Nobody knows thomson. But it's not tonight is it might be kelly okay remote thompson or mark kelly. Any one of those guys. I well we're going to be talking about political operatives in the news Both of them in Let's just say kinda creepy stories. One of them is this trial going on for a man by the name of ed buck big democratic operative donor. I learned this from this latest story. He was an electoral in two thousand sixteen for california. A presidential elector. For hillary i guess so. Now democrat offense and the problem with ed. Buck is that Two men were found dead in his apartment overdosed. The first one no charges the second one well still no charges from the la county da. Feds took over the case. And that's why he's on trial. It is a federal trial against this man. Ed buck who. How do i put it delicately apparently pay and play He wanted to invite young black men to come over to his apartment. Not always sometimes. I think the second more middle aged but basically to kind of dance around in the underwear and smoke meth. They haven't been. He took videos if hundreds of videos and photos have been smoking or injecting mech meth and they're naked or they're in the white underwear that he had them try on apparently has a collection of the underwear. Oh keeps the very peculiar fetish. Twenty four hundred videos on its computers. Owns fifteen hundred documenting. The party and play sessions and a number of these men were homeless And they were tipped off by other men than if you go to this guy's apartment in dance around your underwear you'll get some money. Did they find garcetti. In any of the videos. Carlos was one of them. He was given two hundred dollars to do that so he left his homeless encampment. He went to ed bucks apartment any smoke crystal meth and pranced around as underwear and got two hundred bucks. Fortunately he lived in people that they're having testify about mr box. Proclivities thing is buck. Gave newsom in garcetti. A lot more than two hundred dollars. What did they have to do. Apparently what they found on the floor was the mattress where bucket the men high on crystal meth. Oh my god is a place where the two men who died died. Eighteen months apart. He kept a tool chest. Pack with drugs and paraphernalia syringes for shooting up straws straws for snorting glass pipes for smoking..
"ed buck" Discussed on KCRW
"They have monthly expenses for Children, food, childcare, medical expenses, and so the goal here is to put the money in people's hands when they need it. Under the credit qualifying households can receive up to $3600 a year. Since it's a big help for high cost areas like Southern California, the income cut off that married couple $150,000 single parent $112,500. Those were set at the national level. And so what That means is that in many states, that number is maybe double or even triple the median income as Porter works to make the credit a permanent policy. She's working towards removing barriers for single parents, too. There's just no discount for single parents out there who are trying to buy some into US crunch and choose for their kids, Porter notes. Children of undocumented parents were also eligible for the benefit. Opening statements were delivered today in the trial of former political donor Ed Buck. Federal prosecutor described to jurors the so called party in play sessions that happened at the former Democratic fundraisers West Hollywood apartment, they said, but gave large amounts of meth to two men who overdosed and died at the apartment in 2017 and 2019 Bucks. Defense countered that saying countered that, saying their client was the victim of quote, manipulative people who took advantage of his generosity to get free drugs and money. Buck's attorney claims underlying medical conditions, not drugs caused the deaths of Djamel more, and Timothy Dean. Silicon Valley may be the nation's tech hub, but Silicon Beach continues to attract more and more talent, a new report shows. The greater L. A Orange County area added more than 35,000 tech jobs in the last five years. With more on that here's KCRW's Benjamin Gottlieb L A and Orange counties continue to perform well when it comes to training and hiring the next generation of tech workers. In fact, the region increased its workforce by almost 20% from 2000 and 16 to 2000 and 20. That's according to the investment firm CBR s annual scoring tech talent report. It also found some 61,000.
"ed buck" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Jennifer i'd almost forgotten this man existed. News it's wonderful for. It's the favourite body of that little man teddy lou in his buck. Yeah back in the news. We'll don't forget little shifty shifty all taken a lot of money from a very powerful democrat powerful. That's right named ed buck and advice for those who aren't familiar with the story so big democrat today. Don't teddy lou to you know pencil neck tell listeners. Who and buck is and why. He's in trouble. Well ed buck year a couple of years ago years ago. Twenty seventeen i guess He's a gay man he also likes drugs and from what we learned this week. He has some sort of like in fetish. I guess it'd be the nicest way to inject other people preferably young black gay men correct and what happens to them. Often they die and in two thousand seventeen. Someone named jameel more died in his apartment overdosed by ed buck and nobody did anything. No one arrested him. The neighbors knew the guy died in there. I mean nobody did anything djamil. moore's sister became. I think kind of a hero activist. She stood in front of ed bucks apartment in west hollywood california four months trying to get attention trying to get justice for her brother. Nothing happened now. A few months later eighteen months later another man goes into ed bucks apartment and does not come out he overdoses and dies and nothing happens a journalist and a political strategist who is a democrat named jasmine kanak. She started investigating all of this to try to get justice for jamir. Moore's family and for the victim's family she starts trying to get people to arrest sky. Nobody's moving he's. He's absolutely protected in los angeles which is just as a reminder very very strongly democrat and run by all of these powerful democrats who were in this club together nothing happens. A third man is lured into his apartment and is apparently i guess injected by ed buck with meth and a date rape drug of some kind. Because the guy was immobilized on ed bucks floor for six hours. He could not move. Ed buck was screaming at him to get up and leave his apartment. He couldn't move because he was immobilized. Because of what ed buckhead injected in him so he gets a chainsaw and comes after this guy. The guy is laying on the floor unable to move. Ed buck is standing over him with like a power saw and the guy explains that he had this immediate as you would imagine the spike of adrenaline. That goes through. His entire body was able to jump up. He ran out to a gas station and he called for help. Finally after two deaths and another another attempted murder and by the way hundreds of overdoses. He's finally arrested and this week. He sits in court. They're sitting as jury actually right now and They'll probably have about a ten day trial. He faces nine felony charges. He sixty six. There's finally some justice but it got me thinking it's amazing how we focus so much on race and crimes committed against black americans but when the perpetrator of those crimes is a democrat. It's see how democrats it's funny. How the calls for justice. Nobody hears them. They just ignore it. I wonder and i'm wondering out loud. If these crimes happened this year if the same thing would happen. And i would suspect the answer is yes. We democrats ignore the crime in in chicago all the time because it doesn't fit their narrative and it. It's pretty insane when you have neighbors. Who said hundreds of young black gay men will go in and out of this apartment. Hundreds of time he would never call the ambulance. They would be overdose. He'd have to carry them out and of course he's gonna prey on people. I mean there could be more victims. We don't know that but we do know. He's preying on people who are homeless. Who were young. Who probably are drug addicts. Have no families. I mean who how many people went missing the no one knows about what is given everything that has taken four years to bring the justice. Give the fact. The media couldn't care less today a rich white democrat. Dona is killing young black men. Does this guy walk. what what do you think. Do you think he's that teflon in because it's california. It's interesting a jazz mechanic. And the family of the victims spoke in front of the courthouse yesterday and they said they feel like it was a win just rested and charged him. How how did. I not know the. How is that not on the national news. Jennifer i know and this is the thing it was never on the news. These cases were well known. These men were dead and nothing not forget that he wasn't arrested. The media wasn't talking about it. So why why would the l. a. times not pick up the story friends in my places that's what it seems like to me incredible unbelievable. I'm sebastian. gorka you're listening to jennifer on. This is america. 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Law enforcement official says political activist Ed Buck to face federal charge in drug death at his California home
"District attorney Jackie Lacey agree that Mister Buck should be transferred to federal custody to face charges that carry a mandatory minimum sentence of twenty years in federal prison and a maximum of life in prison without parole. Mister Buck is now in federal
Joshua Tree National Park closes, at least for now, amid government shutdown
"At eight AM while officials used backup funds to restore order in cleaning the bathrooms city officials in L A or trying to get ready in case teachers go on strike for a long time the school district and the union or trying one last time today to work things out. Mayor Garcetti said the LAPD will help control schools if there's a strike this won't get decided on the streets. This won't get decided by press release. This will get decided by people negotiating face to face union leaders say a strike tomorrow appears likely democratic congressman Ted lieu of Torrance has announced he will give away thousands of dollars his campaign. Got from the prominent donor Ed buck, the money will go to gay and civil rights groups instead a man found dead at bucks apartment in West Hollywood this week marked the second apparently drug related death there in less than two years. The first man who died was a young gay sex worker who wrote in his journal about but getting him hooked on meth. This is trying to track down the man in a Dallas Cowboys jersey who sexually assaulted a woman at a bus stop Santa Ana corporal, Anthony Tanya, says the wom-. In our fifties. Was violently attacked Saturday night all the bus approach people. Don't just start out by doing random violent acts sore fear is that this could happen. Again. Police have released a composite sketch and security Cam footage showing the man pulling up his pants and walking off just as the bus arrives. A new families in California may get more leave for the kids. Governor Newsome is said to be considering lengthening California's leave for new parents to six months, but advocates say in addition to extending the time they also need to expand access. A lot of people are living paycheck to paycheck in California. It's an expensive state LA executive director Orissa Palmer says the currently covers up to seventy percent of pay for six weeks. And Palmer says parents who take leave end up being more productive and loyal to their employers. Are there are actual cost benefits to providing paid family? Leave were says there's also a lack of awareness about leave availability in Inglewood, Chris ancarlo KFI news traffic
Parolee arrested in deadly shooting at SoCal bowling alley
"Are looking into another death at the apartment of. A well known democratic donor. Ed buck in West Hollywood bucks a gay white man in his sixties the body of the young black man was found in his apartment early yesterday morning. It's the same apartment where gay black man died of a drug overdose. In the summer of two thousand seventeen the LA county DA's office declined to file charges in that case ratings for this year's Golden Globes were down two percent from last year. Eighteen point six million. People watched the awards show Sunday night