22 Burst results for "Edmond"

Fresh update on "edmond" discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

00:57 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "edmond" discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"With our partners towards a regulated industry. Now obviously we know how this story went and on Wednesday during a webcast about the firm's first half of 2022. CEO Charles Edmond said that the fund had quote arrived too soon in a sector, which was in transition. They said they will not be getting back into crypto anytime soon. Still, that's not the really weird story out of Canada. I will caveat this one that it seems to me like it can't possibly be true, but if it is, it's absolutely insane and worth the flag. Mo chains on Twitter grabbed a screenshot of a help page from Canadian trading platform Newton about regulatory changes in Canada that was updated just a couple days ago. The gist of it is that there are a certain set of crypto assets, namely Bitcoin, Ethereum, litecoin, and Bitcoin cash that Canadians in most provinces can invest however much they want in. Every other type of digital asset there is a $30,000 total cap on. In other words, if you buy $20,000 of Solana and $5000 of Dogecoin, you only have another $5000 left to buy your sheep. So far I've not seen reporting confirming or denying this, although some folks seem to have spoken to others in Canada that are confirming it, I really have no idea. It strikes as huge overreach if the country is actually limiting crypto buys for their citizens. That's a straight up capital controls regime. The octopus writes there is common sense regulatory oversight, which helps reduce bad actors in the system. And then there's this. Uniswap inventor Hayden Adams writes Canada enshrining certain cryptocurrencies as unrestricted and the rest restricted with a shared buying limit is completely nuts. Also Lola and trying BTC and BCH. This law basically says the only jelly beans you can buy more than 5 of are vomit flavored. Still, my favorite comment comes from Amanda Jean who writes calm down Canada. You can still buy unlimited Bitcoin cash. Anyways, guys, that is the view from where I am for now, I want to say thanks again to my sponsors, nexo IO, chain analysis and FTX, and thanks to you guys for listening. Until tomorrow be safe and take care of each other. Peace. I want to tell you about

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Goldschmidt homers, runs hit streak to 25 as Cards beat Cubs

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Goldschmidt homers, runs hit streak to 25 as Cards beat Cubs

"Scoring early and often the Cardinals crushed the cubs 14 5 in a Friday matinee at Wrigley Field St. Louis hit 5 home runs on the day including two by Corey Dickerson I try to enjoy the game No matter what But it was a great team victory We battled the plate and got it going It was a good day overall Paul Goldschmidt also went deep his 12th round tripper on the season which runs his hitting streak to 25 games Tommy Edmond had three hits and both Goldschmidt and Nolan Gorman drove in three runs for the cubs Patrick wisdom had a pair of hits including his 12th home run and he drove in four on the day David Schuster Chicago

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"edmond" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:38 min | 9 months ago

"edmond" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Extra special guest this week is Edmond Conway he is the global head of BlackRock's alternative investors which runs about $300 billion in assets He is a team of over 1100 professionals to help him manage those assets BlackRock's global alternatives include businesses that cover real estate infrastructure hedge funds private equity and credit He is a senior managing director for BlackRock and sits on the global executive and operating committees Edwin Conway welcome to Bloomberg Thank you for having me So you've been in the financial services industry for a long time You were a credit Swiss and black stone and now your BlackRock tell us what's the process was like breaking into the industry It's an interesting one Barry I grew up in a very small town in the middle of Ireland And the breakthrough to the industry was one of more coincidence as opposed to purpose I enjoyed the game of rugby for many years and through an introduction whilst in university and university college Dublin in Ireland had a chance to play rugby at a quite a decent level and get to know people that were across the industry It was really through an internship and to suggest given my focus on business and finance and things that the financial services sector may be a great place to traverse and get to know and literally through rugby connections being part of a good school I had an opportunity to really understand what this service sector in many respects could provide declines and became absolutely intrigued with it And was it my primary ambition in life to be in the financial services sector I can definitely say no but through the circumstance of a game that I love to play and be part of was introduced to it through an internship and actually fell in love with them Quite interesting And alternative investments at BlackRock's almost seems like a contradiction in terms most of us tend to think of BlackRock as the giant $9 trillion public markets firm best known for ETFs and indices are alternatives seems to be one of the fastest growing groups within the firm This was $50 billion just a few years ago It's now over 300 billion How has this become such a fast growing part of BlackRock When you look at the various facets which you introduced at the start by we've actually been in alternatives there'll be a 30 years now Now the scale as you know which you can operate on the beta side of the business surpasses that on the alpha side For us throughout the years this was very much about how can we deliver investment excellence to our clients and performance Therefore going an opportunity somewhere else to explore and alpha opportunity in alternatives And I think being so connected to our clients understanding that this pivot was absolutely taking place at only 30 years ago but very pronounced way today We continue to invest in this business to support those ambitions So let's dive a little deeper into the product strategy for alternatives which you are responsible for at black rock our audience is filled with potential investors tell them a little bit about what that strategy is We're in excess of 300 billion today When we started this business it was less about building a moat around private equity or real estate I think Larry things and rock capito's vision was How do we build a platform to allow us to be relevant to our clients Across the various alternative asset classes but also within the confines of what they are permitted to do on a year by year basis So to always be relevant irrespective of where they are on their journey from respect to liabilities demand for liquidity demand for returns So we took a different approach I think Barry to most It was around how do we scale into the business across like you said real estate equity and dash infrastructure equity and data And we think of that as the real assets platform of our business And you take our private equity capabilities both in primary investing secondary et cetera And then you have private credit and a very significant hedge fund platform So we think all of these have a real role and pending in clients liquidity and risk appetite Our goal was to over the years really build into this to allow a solve for these challenging needs that our clients have I think as an industry ride and over the many years alternatives have happened in existence This has been about return enhancement initially I think fundamentally the changes around the receptivity to the role of alternatives and the client's portfolio has really changed So we've watched it vary from this is we are in the pursuit of a very total return or absolute return type of an objective to now resilience in our portfolio yield and income and so things that probably weren't perceived as valuable in the past because your traditional asset classes were playing a more profound role Alternatives have stepped up in many respects in the needs to provide more than just total return So we're taking the approach of how do you have a more holistic approach to this How do we really build a global multi alternative capability and try to partner I think that's the important word for us Try to partner with our clients in a way that we can deliver that outperformance but delivered in a way that probably our clients haven't been used to in this industry before Because unfortunately as we know it has had its challenges with regard to secrecy transparency and so many other aspects We need to help the industry mature and really that was our ambition Our clients needs first build around that and really be relevant in all aspects of what we're doing or trying to accomplish on behalf of the people that they support and represent Coming up we continue our conversation with Edwin Conway global head of BlackRock's alternative investments discussing the.

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"edmond" Discussed on Photography Daily

Photography Daily

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"edmond" Discussed on Photography Daily

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Tim Clinton, Author Of "Take It Back: Reclaiming Biblical Manhood for the Sake of Marriage, Family, and Culture" on Toxic Masculinity

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Tim Clinton, Author Of "Take It Back: Reclaiming Biblical Manhood for the Sake of Marriage, Family, and Culture" on Toxic Masculinity

"Tim We hear a lot in this day and age. We hear a lot about a lot of dumb but at the top of the list for me is this issue of toxic masculinity It's kind of like talking about violent masculinity or whatever you're like yeah when masculinity goes bad. That's bad we get it but the idea that masculinity is somehow inherently dangerous or whatever you think well you know that's like saying every cop with a gun is a potential murderer so let's take the guns away from them. Their whole job is to protect the innocent. And when they don't do that if they do the wrong thing we prosecute them so. We're all on same page but people seem to be pushing this idea though. Manhood is somehow inherently toxic. And we would say it's exactly the opposite. But why is that idea so widespread you know. It's the logics insane at Eric but even the american psychological association came out and basically broad brushed that statement saying that men were toxic. Eric that men are toxic. It's not that masculinity is toxic. It's that there's toxic behavior There are men who make bad decisions have been blown it. Have you ever been on the receiving end of somebody's anger of of their horrific stuff. you know in the counseling world. I live in. I see it every day. But eric doesn't mean men or masculinity is toxic we own our behavior masculinity god created us uniquely. We go back to earlier discussion about being protective some providers the walls and so much more why they wanna take it out again. It's the narrative because if you can neutralize men if you can get them to shut down if you can get them to throw say the mass of men live quiet lives of desperation if you can get them loss if you can take him out of the fight the edmond burke sake all the necessary for evil. Try up in the midst of this war that we're in is for good men and women to do what nothing you neutralize them as what you

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"edmond" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"edmond" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Eleven days. Before christmas edmond pope received an unexpected gift. Russian authorities announced that president vladimir putin had pardoned him and cleared him of all charges. Popat arrived in russia. Nine months earlier on business he'd been contacted by pennsylvania. State universities applied research laboratory to learn more about a new technology being developed in russia rocket propelled torpedoes given pope's background as an ex. Us naval intelligence officer. He knew russian officials would likely keep tabs on him. He expected as much so naturally when he purchased five technical reports from a russian professor at bowman state university in moscow named anatoly bobken. He took proper precautions. Both pope and babkin signed contracts acknowledging. The reports did not contain any classified information yet. On april third two thousand members of the russian federal security service arrested him and brought him to lefortovo prison for questioning. He stood accused of espionage. At first pope felt the arrest was a joke but his tune changed when authorities locked him in an eight by fifteen foot prison cell for days. Pope was interrogated around the clock. The russians believed he was a high level spy working for the cia to make him miserable. They kept his cell at a chilling forty five degrees fahrenheit. He experienced no physical abuse. But witness the corporeal torture of at least two fellow inmates and he was subjected to sleep deprivation and other forms of psychological warfare. Days turned two weeks which turned two months eventually. Pope was moved to a communal six bunks cell in the prison there. His cellmates chain smoked cigarettes eight. His limited provisions and on one occasion stole his medicine when it came time for a trial in december the proceedings were held behind closed doors pokes lawyer demanded an acquittal outlining to a judge. The reasons why pope had done nothing wrong and how the prosecution had failed to provide proper evidence but ultimately on december seventh the court convicted pope and sentenced him to twenty years in prison the maximum he could receive that time would be spent performing hard labor. Which is why. Pope was shocked to learn that the russian president had pardoned him almost immediately after the ruling he may have spent two hundred fifty three days in custody but he never served a day of his official sentence. Within hours of the announcement pope appeared before the press responding to a reporter's question about how it felt to be a free man again. He said i have mixed feelings. I'm glad but at the same time. I'm sad that i may have caused harm to the relations between our countries. Of course this diplomatic response was made before he and his wife sherry boarded a plane headed to an american hospital in germany. The media would have to get the full story later once. He confirmed that he wasn't about to die.

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Edmond Pope Released from Russian Prison

Today in True Crime

03:37 min | 1 year ago

Edmond Pope Released from Russian Prison

"Eleven days. Before christmas edmond pope received an unexpected gift. Russian authorities announced that president vladimir putin had pardoned him and cleared him of all charges. Popat arrived in russia. Nine months earlier on business he'd been contacted by pennsylvania. State universities applied research laboratory to learn more about a new technology being developed in russia rocket propelled torpedoes given pope's background as an ex. Us naval intelligence officer. He knew russian officials would likely keep tabs on him. He expected as much so naturally when he purchased five technical reports from a russian professor at bowman state university in moscow named anatoly bobken. He took proper precautions. Both pope and babkin signed contracts acknowledging. The reports did not contain any classified information yet. On april third two thousand members of the russian federal security service arrested him and brought him to lefortovo prison for questioning. He stood accused of espionage. At first pope felt the arrest was a joke but his tune changed when authorities locked him in an eight by fifteen foot prison cell for days. Pope was interrogated around the clock. The russians believed he was a high level spy working for the cia to make him miserable. They kept his cell at a chilling forty five degrees fahrenheit. He experienced no physical abuse. But witness the corporeal torture of at least two fellow inmates and he was subjected to sleep deprivation and other forms of psychological warfare. Days turned two weeks which turned two months eventually. Pope was moved to a communal six bunks cell in the prison there. His cellmates chain smoked cigarettes eight. His limited provisions and on one occasion stole his medicine when it came time for a trial in december the proceedings were held behind closed doors pokes lawyer demanded an acquittal outlining to a judge. The reasons why pope had done nothing wrong and how the prosecution had failed to provide proper evidence but ultimately on december seventh the court convicted pope and sentenced him to twenty years in prison the maximum he could receive that time would be spent performing hard labor. Which is why. Pope was shocked to learn that the russian president had pardoned him almost immediately after the ruling he may have spent two hundred fifty three days in custody but he never served a day of his official sentence. Within hours of the announcement pope appeared before the press responding to a reporter's question about how it felt to be a free man again. He said i have mixed feelings. I'm glad but at the same time. I'm sad that i may have caused harm to the relations between our countries. Of course this diplomatic response was made before he and his wife sherry boarded a plane headed to an american hospital in germany. The media would have to get the full story later once. He confirmed that he wasn't about to die.

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"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

"Beautiful Edmond, Oklahoma. The financial diva Victoria Woods is traveling this week. She will be back next week. So thats why I'm by myself. And as always, our mission is very simple. Every week. We come on the radio to advise millionaires and aspiring millionaires how to overcome their wealth management fears, frustrations and challenges so they can live their dreams. That's the whole point of the show. Why you'd listen and why you definitely want to listen today because Today's show is very near and dear to Victoria's heart. It's also near and dear to mind because we're gonna be talking about gold setting now, you might recall the back in January. I know it's it it simultaneously seems like a long time ago, And it seems like just last week because it feels like you know, most of our year has been taken away from us because ofthe covert 19. But just back in January, right here on the show, I made the very bold Statement. At New Year's resolutions are for suckers. Now, if you make New Year's resolutions, and you think it's fun and and they work for you please don't take offence not trying to offend anybody. It is very good. It's always good to set goals. The problem, though, with New Year's resolutions, however, is that only 12% of them ever get completed. And the other problem is setting goals for yourself should not be a one and done thing. It's a 365 Day a year project. Setting your goals. Should not be dictated by a specific date on the calendar or because some industries as well, It's now time to get in shape. It's timeto have a better life. So for $1500, you can. You should set this goal. No. It should be based on your desires your passions. And your desires and your passions. What you want out of life, those air constant, you should always be working toward those. It shouldn't just be well. It's a new year time, a work almost important goals that are going to die by March. That's usually what happens, right? Also When you look at the way most people set their New year's resolutions and just their goals in general. Most of them are way too small. You need big goals to keep you focused. You need big goals to keep your your internal fire burning. Okay. Big goals. Drive people. Little goals. Don't really excite anybody. Your retirement goals are no different whether you plan to retire next year and 2021 or beyond. So on today's show, we're going to share some retirement goals You should be considering for 2021. These could really be life goals, OK? Number 12 things that you should do when setting your goals. I'm going to share that with you. I'm going to share How you need to target the retirement number that really matters. Most of you are not targeting and setting a goal. To achieve the right retirement number. You are setting goals to achieve a retirement number, but it's probably not the right one. I'm gonna tell you why. I'm gonna talk to you about planning your tax reduction moves. Planning your tax reduction moves is not something that you should just do once or twice a year. All right, And right now in the last quarter of the year, the reason we're doing this right now, because you're like, dude, 2021 is like three months away. I'm just trying to get past today. Well, if you're going to set your goals, this is the time to do it in the last quarter of the year, waiting until January New Year's resolutions, you know why they're stupid because waiting until January to set your resolutions your goals for that year. That's a little too late. And then finally, we're going to close out the show by Saying that you need to set the goal. Of breaking this taboo off limits social rule. In 2021. This is the rule that you should absolutely break Now, what is the number one reason That people fail to realize their goals. Might say fear. You ask this question People's I fear. Well, they don't plan enough. I don't have enough advanced planning. Some people might say, Well, there's not enough money. They don't have enough money to make their dreams come true. Those air good answers, but they're wrong Answers. The number one reason That most people fail to realize their goals is Their goals are not big enough. I want you to remember this quote, and I want you to do better than that. I want you to write this. Quote down or you khun Google this quote, okay? I love this quote. This is one of my life mantra is Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men's blood and probably themselves will not be realized. That was said by gentleman named Daniel Burnham. A prominent architect who lived in Chicago in the late 18 hundreds early 19 hundreds And the thing that is probably most well known for his designing the buildings for the 18 93 world's fair that was held in Chicago. But he's also the architect that designed many of the famous skyscrapers and buildings that you're familiar with today. The flat iron building in New York City. He designed that building the Montag building in Chicago, other famous buildings in Chicago so very well known architect and he was very well known. For dreaming Big So I told you two things that you need to do in 2020 or to set your goals in 21 21, really beyond The first thing you need to do when setting your goals go big. They need to be big as in so big that you honestly can't even begin to think how you're going to get started. Much less achieve them. And I'm not talking about just retirement. This is about life in general. OK, I'm talking about life in general. Your goals need to be super Big because small goals don't stir anyone's blood. Big Harry, audacious, seemingly impossible goals. Stir the blood. They get you going, all right? I mean, what's more exciting to you Hate. Ah ha! Hey, honey, let's walk up to the top of that little hill at our favorite park or Hey, honey, let's climb Mount Everest. Obviously climbing Mount Everest is harder. Which one really gets you to dream and really gets you to strive. So set your goals Really big. You want to start a business?.

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"edmond" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"edmond" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It, Inuit? The Edmond and Inuits. Well, that's how it is that I didn't know Eskimo was a derogatory term, either told noted, I like a week or two ago. But I I don't know. I think Junior is hard for us to say Junior is calling from Thorne Junior may have already texted this. I'm guessing, Jr Good morning. How are you? Hey, you wanna go? You did ruin my text and, ah, you know, I think it's just a good stride. And you know for the NFL, you know they could set a precedent on that. You know anything that would cause people to dress up a certain way and, you know, kind of Won't re enact what they believe. You know, a CI for a Redskin is you know, I think when you look at it pretty bad, you know and frequent as many games as I can, and especially those uncle Raider of Uncle chief Skins and You know, it's just that it's uncomfortable sometimes and, you know, sometimes it's hard to be cool and Calm and collected in what people? Maybe they don't realize what's actually going on. They'll really relates with Ah What it might look like the others. It is good that they're changing. So junior, would you would you be in favor of changing like all of them like the Kansas City Chiefs, and we were reading some of the others. Golden State Warriors Atlanta Braves Yeah, absolutely. You know, it's it's ah, you know, like I brought the chief's perspective. Specifically and Ah, But I think it's time you know if if they can't You know, look at that kind of stuff and understand that Hey, people in the nature of sporting then that's what's gonna get filed under is the nature of you. No fanfare, fanaticism, you know, but they don't realize that those you know that's that's mockery. You know it. It's just not a good look. You know in Ah And people do a lot of it just out of ignorance, and I'm a fan, and I'm a fan, you know? And, ah, you know, I don't think that should be excused anymore, And it's been a long time overdue. Let me ask you this. I have Ah, email or who said What about the Jeep Cherokee? Is that everything over car? The car. The Jeep Cherokee is like going to the Cherokee name from the Jeep. Is that where the name came from? I don't know if they just said, is that that's something that you know If you're gonna look at all of it, you might as well look at that, too. Okay. But when the last time you saw somebody, you know, just up with all their little fake feathers and painted up a certain way driving a Jeep Cherokee. You know. Welcome the fanaticism. You know, fanfare type. I get it. I get it right now. I understand what you're saying. Yeah, yeah. What tribe You're from junior. I'm overloading Makoto from Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Do you do you prefer to be called Indian or Native American? You know, I grew up as Indian boy and that kind of never really bothered me too much. You know, either you know, it always. Depend out. Leave somebody's tongue. You know that. This is where the influence my change, you know? Hey, Alex accepted. But for the most part, it's Ah! You know, I grew up as an envoy. They called. Thank you. Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. 9 25 is their time again. 3037138585303598 What about the New York Yankees? Is that racist Yankees Because what? Because key note Civil war that civil war I think era, isn't it? What about the Minnesota Vikings? Doodle Dandy Vikings are not good people. Vikings were pretty ruthless. Didn't they pillage and Probably done a lot of what about the Packers? You know, vegans. They're going to be offended by packers. That's it depends on what kind of Packer you're talking talking meatpacker right in that the Green Bay Packers. It's the meat Packer. You think Pete Peter make him out against the Green Bay Packers are not happy about it. Let's see. Let me just worry about what's up in this town. Denver Broncos. I don't think that's good. I think that's good. Denver Nuggets I think that's good. Colorado Rockies. That's good Colorado Avalanche. That's good. That's good Color rapids. I think we're good here. Yeah. Fighting Irish. No, That's a ah racial stereotype against Irish people. You know, the little guy with his dukes up? A little drunk Irish guy That's probably not a good thing that the keeper cookie looking. Do you think? I don't know? I don't have a Notre Dame, you know, adopted him. You know that. Look, I don't know either, but In a while, though, 9 27 star time We're glad to have you join us on this beautiful Monday morning, Dave Logan, Rick Lewis and Kathie Lee. This is way way in the I Heart radio app. Miss Baseball baseball back on the field, come back kicking and screaming..

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"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

"In Oklahoma City Edmond in it and Duncan while ninety five years old doors things that she has lived through the one thing that was not popped out was the iPhone which is still in her but everything else was so impactful yeah I know the industry I mean the horse and buggies T. V. radio those things for huge calming their liming big deal and then this and then a generation that's born twenty years ago they see an iPhone any me is how many ninety five year old can actually work one right yeah well they should take probably could be able to because they've lived through so outdoor plumbing to indoor plumbing going from a horse and buggy to a car look times are a lot different and it is tough to describe that if you didn't live in it I hope everyone has a Doris in their life to transfer that that lineage of what it was like to live in those areas I want to sit down the doors in here I love stories like that yeah yeah just hear some stories and who would have thought that you know ninety five years we would now be having a senior folk show focused on virtual meetings because we've been having to do a lot of that at it at will preserve it factory group lately yep we sure have willed you know we've done a lot of online enrollment a lot of zoom meetings some clients are still comfortable coming in to work I mean we just adapt and modify and adjust to our clients yeah but Hey we're playing tag the Tahoe coming apparently we are call who's that I don't know what this monster of the week this week at all it's not old sweetie but it's it's kind of like it I hope are you sure it's not old sweetie but are you sure is modeled thirty year old not old sweetie right fill up the line eight four oh one thousand called to win tag the tall hundred Bucks I hope so either fifty or a hundred yeah newsradio one thousand Katie okay we'll be right back this is what's happening this matter is seeing an increase in cases of our rules we opened up so we're now seeing the consequence we are not going to shut down the economy the latest update look at what happened in Seattle they took over city council person giving them the keys again two three four times today not abandon the policing he does have to go from the capital raise or history this move.

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"edmond" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"edmond" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

"Johnson publishing lasted like seventy seven years. Isn't that amazing? So on the one hand you know it's like it's like when your grandmother dies it'd be even two hundred. You still sad when she died. GonNa miss her but at the same time. How long did you expect to live with? Business survived two and a half years. That's a win. And then you say what a long rich life she lived absolutely and that was my take or even on. I did a post on facebook a on around this n linked shared only into. Let's not think of the day Johnson publishing down. That's remember what the seventy seven years of life impacted half because Ebony paved the way for essence every pave the way for Black Enterprise Ebony back the way for black advertising agencies paved the way for even more multicultural and bright segmented programming because before ebony everybody watched the same stuff the idea that you could segment a segment of the population is serve. It was that was that was a new thing that black people pioneer. So don't benefit from the legacy of John Dawson and that's what I think we should focus on and they carry that legacy forward through Black Enterprise. Laverty you know. Some of the other media media to carry that to me is time for us to pick up the baton and do our job the way Johnson more the red histories right and I want to touch on the camaraderie. Even if it is just you know we're all in it together type spirit. That black enterprise has when it comes to other black owned publications whether it's steed media with rolling out or Blabbity you guys just honored Morgan. Divine those awesome but I love the spirit that you guys have because you know magazine publishing it can be very competitive but you guys choose to trade at my family. You're going well. I do agree. I used to be on the board of the Merck -ociety magazine editors and and And I always tell. People WanNa talk about the magazine. Business and black brands. Particular is no logic does not logical for us to slow clock compete. I mean we end up competing. 'cause we seven maybe seven to fifteen. They're less now magazines for women. L. Vol- Glamour a unit Marie-claire. They got space got room. They don't have any problems with that and so we. We can't afford to have eighty black media outlet viable. They'll because each served markets another thing. Black people don't need one-size-fits-all magazine or media platform you back. That is probably the biggest thing that hurt Ebony. Because just like time. And all those. Those one-size-fits-all brands have couldn't adapt to an environment where people want to be laser focused on the thing. They care about so the same thing with black people in people who really black and the process down. They weren't really wanted to about business and finance. Those aren't necessarily the same people that reading essence and do the same people that are going to Blatty. There's overlap between those brands so my thing is if there can be fifteen different magazines serving white women women will be all why can't wait. Why couldn't there be fifteen different magazines? Fifteen different media brands serving black people because black people aren't monolithic in in In this room in the marketplace.

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"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

06:56 min | 2 years ago

"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

"Right moving on to George in Edmond by sister her brought home a bumper sticker from high school many years ago we live in Florida the bumper sticker said S. O. B. save our beach what are my dad would not let her put it on the car this maybe it's time for another bumper sticker SOB save our base to save our bacon and the current Americans to report your secret weapon we all have the best attorneys in the world before you go anywhere you have to sign a release that is me your mind get hurt from this virus we won't serve you that's the thing as usual that is the whole thing right there you know I I had a guy that I wanted to to do some work for me and he said okay I'll come out to your house and I'll do it but you can't be there when I do it I said why he says because my liability will not allow me to come close to infecting you or you infecting me and I thought huh that's the first time someone told me the truth about that so I decided to put off this work on my house until we until this is all over with news radio one thousand Katie okay hi you're on the air Hey Lee I I called you a couple weeks ago and I was just giving you a theory kind of got cut short but I just wanted to say that you know the thing that goes reported today it was that China may possibly have done this on purpose whether it is or not who knows yeah there's a bunch of you know thank goodness well there's a bunch of theories out there that they did I don't I don't make any sense to me why would they kill thousands and thousands and thousands of their own people now I know there if you think about it now if you think about of the older people live with the younger people and if I can move those out that's a list they have to have but you know I mean you know the difference that would be that would be I would not be surprised if in a communist country that does not give a hoot about about the civil rights would would do that to their own people that wouldn't surprise me one bit but I don't know is in the long run it's just in the sense to me there's so many other ways that they could do that and and and not infected with the virus and I I totally understand but also another thing is if you look at the you know the the Donald Trump bill if they can get rid of him through this deal then you know the they're talking to Democrats little to do a rollover yeah I you know I'm still not buying it I mean they they they would be it would be much easier and quicker for them to do it with some sort of espionage then it would be or are just flat out assassination then it would be to travel let's infect the entire country and hope Donald Trump gets a this is a made sense to me at all newsradio one thousand Katie okay hi you're on the air highly it's Kimberly hi Kimberly hi there I don't have a I don't have a theme song for you well thinking I'll come up with an eventual happy what are you saying that really should call this pause to consider instability of this country and the balance of power because even on this regarding a quote unquote virus an area of health we still have to balance individual rights yeah yeah and so you know if someone wants to wear a mask and they by all means do so if they don't want to frequent any location you know that don't do so but it's an individual chooses not to then they should be that's their right as well and that's what will I make hearing it and especially with frustration I mean I have a dad at home I have a mom in a nursing home because they will not allow me to see yeah I have a sister who works at the clinic you know we want to take care of the people that we care about and there has to be a balance of those rights and there's not then it becomes unhealthy from a different perspective and so I like the idea of if we're healthy and we want to go out and about and we choose not to wear a mask and that's our choice are those two you need to protect themselves and what to do so then that is their choice as well I'm I'm all about that to Kimberly and I I also and I mean this is just kind of dove tails and what you just said but I noticed the the Baptist no no when the Baptist church but anyway the church down the Mississippi the when they were getting tickets for having a drive up service they they sued the two day so they're they're they're suing the city of Greenville for a violation of their first amendment rights that's the other thing we have to do Kimberly when there is a violation we need to pursue it yeah because there is no matter what there is to do sherry responsibility of all elected officials to stand with the in the constitution and the responsible accountability every single sentence and not just their perspective and you know the other the other part what you're talking about is we want to be able to preserve the financial aspect of our municipalities tax dollars not bad for for non frivolous reason yeah absolutely yes hello well I hope your appearance are well Kimberly thank you for calling news radio one thousand Katie okay and joining in the conversation this afternoon eight four oh one thousand Leigh Matthews Katie okay dot com should we head back to work one group thinks we should we'll talk to them next best buyer standing by in the newsroom another chapter in a budget battle between the legislature and the governor I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center leaders of the state house and Senate today filed a lawsuit asking the state Supreme Court to force the state board of equalization to declare a revenue failure for the current fiscal year now one of the budget bills passed by the legislature last week that taps into rainy day money can't take effect without that revenue declaration governor Kevin Stitt chairs the equalization board and he abruptly canceled a meeting last week because lawmakers cut one of his projects the digital transformation fund but did not cut other state agencies the governor wants lawmakers to return to the state capitol and rework the legislation the number of coronavirus cases and deaths in Oklahoma continues to climb the state health department is reporting nine additional deaths since yesterday there are one hundred eight total deaths in the state and there are now two thousand one hundred eighty four confirmed cases there are now one hundred seventy five members of the Oklahoma army and Air National Guard on active duty status the Tulsa world says additional members were called up Monday they will be supporting some of the mobile cobit.

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"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

"Moving America it's a sport truck charges in an alleged bomb plot against two Edmond high schools good morning I'm Jacquelyn Scott in the Kiki okay new center this is Oklahoma's first news a beautiful day ahead are forecast is coming up a man facing charges accusing him of planning to set off explosive devices at two admin high schools police say Matthew rex we go had a map of Edmond north high school showing where he would put explosives investigators say he also spoke in a video about doing the same at Edmond memorial rex Michael is charged with conspiring to perform an act of violence involving serious bodily injury and possession of an explosive device no prison time for a twenty three year old man convicted of killing a woman who was driving to work in Midwest city Megan bishop reports twenty three year old Logan reed was drunk when his vehicle hit forty eight year old Donna plugins S. U. V. in September of twenty eighteen happen near north east twenty third and air depot a blood alcohol test on read registered twice the legal limit the judge gave reading a thirty five year suspended sentence with the first year of weekends spent in jail they have not tested positive for the corona virus but to life church pastor self quarantining at home in Edmond after they say they may have been exposed to the coronavirus while at a conference in Germany pastor Craig Rochelle is one of them the good news you can tell we feel one hundred percent great we've only got a few more days before we would be completely clear the other pastor is Bobby Grunwald a planned speaker who has been diagnosed with corona virus did not attend the conference but was in contact with conference leaders during the advance preparation health officials in Oklahoma meanwhile say another patient has tested negative for the coronavirus here's Brian Gant last month officials with the Oklahoma state department of health announced two people were being tested.

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"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

"In Oklahoma City Edmond Enid and Tulsa and comfort keepers also has a special program for veterans that would be the final salute from Perry Oklahoma and folks that is not our final well preserved salute but when I picked up the paper on this week and I read that. it just spoke volumes about who we are in Oklahoma and our guests today are so appropriate to who we are in Oklahoma I have bath powder said live in the studio she is the director of R. S. V. P. and also we have warned shoulders who is with score so if you're not familiar with score you need to stay tuned and also my right hand guy my left hand guy. my number one Oklahoma son right good morning mom good morning we've had a great week man it's been a really good week it has but seriously when I picked up the Oklahoman and you know the Oklahoman was a family owned newspaper here and they do a lot of programs in our community we're going to be working with them yeah that was on the show last week first yeah they are going to have an of the end here in Oklahoma City and we are honored to be on their program it will be at the embassy medical suites it is free for anyone that is fifty plus that would like to attend starts at nine to two and they're going to give away an echo yes now I can't register for that well you might already have an an echo or Alexa or something right yeah I talked to like so all the time John is right now on your phone I'm. yeah I put that on silent but you know the Oklahoman comes up with the they are journalist they report our history and they record they've been recording history and Oklahoma since what was it eighteen ninety six I'm not for sure but but I was quite the same way for statehood but they did capture really good story out of Perry Oklahoma but they did and Perry is just like you know Perry is Detroit Perry is boots on the ground Mormons which now well ditch which is still there but you know it's a new owner or something yeah but they're still one of the major major employers in noble county in fact there next to the highway department I think they're the largest employer there but America great little town. thank you among the Maroons some of the Perry Marantz writes and probably one of the best centennial separate are celebrations in the state yeah yeah and I got a daily hajj cookbook out of that town back when I was thirteen or fourteen years old yeah he was the first champion wrestler world champion for wrestling and I remember Patrick meeting Danny hajj you must've been thirteen yeah and Danny Hodges hand would wrap around your waist yeah we have a. we have a a place in our hearts for pay okay when we landed there just for a minute before we got to Oklahoma City right it's a it's a great community and here we go again it's almost time to play hash tag tag the Tahoe eight four oh one thousand is the number to call if you are Oklahoma law enforcement teacher military first responder all you have to tell me is who is the sponsor the week and that's a hundred Bucks you other callers we're gonna have to work for it this is news radio one thousand Katie okay. took a nap here on ninety seven point one wash FM he what are you doing Saturday September fourteenth from noon to three what aid Santana moss formally of your Washington Redskins.

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"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

"Police for I agree and in Edmond where I live we have some pretty damn good response times three minutes two minutes what can happen in three minutes or two minutes when you got a gun pointed at you or somebody's rummaging through your stuff in your safe in your bed or your daughter is all alone at home a lot can happen in two minutes but I guess I'm preaching to the choir Steve writes levy I've got strong words here from no Webster he was a big wig in the W. W. E. before standing a standing army can rule the people must be disarmed interesting statistics though this jibes with the research of professor John Lott and the university of Chicago who also composed by the way Steve more guns less crime he noted that it's pretty simple taking away guns gives control to governments founders of this nation knew this regardless of the form of government those in power may become corrupt and seek to rule as the British dead by trying to disarm the populace of the colonies it is not difficult to understand that a disarm populace is a controlled populace thus the second member this probably and boldly included in the U. S. constitution it is preserved at all costs and must be so the next time someone tries to tell you that gun control is about saving lives look at these facts and remember these words before a standing army can rule the people must be disarmed eight four one thousand Lee Mathews it Katie okay dot com to join in the conversation I did tell you about this law this loophole that was closed today by the president it is called the floor as amendment and it's an action that replaces a court order norm as the floor as settlement that it basically is catch and release so under the new planning policy migrant families can be detained together while immigration judges consider their case instead of being released after twenty days as stipulated under the floor as settlement my question to you is is this a good thing or is this a bad thing and your thoughts a four one thousand star one thousand one thousand Katie okay Beth Myers in the newsroom and and Beth I understand it was a guilty pleas for one of the former councilman exactly a former Oklahoma.

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"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:40 min | 3 years ago

"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

"Today bill is in Edmond thank you for hanging on bill well question about soccer fields yeah we were talking earlier about extending the maps attacks to build a soccer stadium in Oklahoma City go ahead okay there's there's a stadium on may Avenue can't think of the name the school it's next to about twenty third street yeah it is S. Taft stadium tap stadium yes don't we have a professional team let's play in there that was where the that was who the new stadiums was supposed to be billed for that soccer team and I taught the soccer team that now plays at Taft stadium yes I wonder what kind of attendance I've got they you know they got a decent amount of people that go I remember there was a funny story about a year ago because people they thought the they thought some of the fans were getting a little blue they were yelling insults you know and that soul the team said look please tone down your language and we did a little funny me and Randy Renner did little funny funny parity where enough can you had to make a soccer fan if to tone down your language why you fiddle Fattal of a player you gosh darn son of the block battle you did okay that's that sounds silly but anyway that was the last thing I heard about that soccer team until all right now we want to build a new stadium and we want to keep your sales taxes up to do it I you know all right then we don't charge me admission to go to your stupid soccer games my take is when they can fill at stadium up on a consistent basis yeah then we can talk about it yeah you wanna stadium like the basketball team then maybe you need to bring in the millions of dollars like the basketball team does different bill on newsradio one thousand Katie okay Hey guns for everybody man thank you eight a man Leo I'm sixty eight and I used to see the horn code when I was around PM everywhere yeah and but I hadn't seen for many many years three years ago I was working on a job over a bridge creek and there without obviously a nest of my under one of these building caught three of made the same day and there are three different sizes are with a baby there but one cat big big one and then one can intermediate app Carmina played with them a little bit map back together with the never seen one and he saw the first one he said what is that yeah I reached over and grabbed it you could you just go grab that thing I said you know I played with it up flip it over rugged stomach it went to sleep in yeah yeah and the end dot last year I walked into a building in Purcell ban one straight across the floor and I said wow you know there's another one and it so but I I was under the problem form that cuando departing date your species in Oklahoma well that's what the zoo's trying to what is it was trying to bring him back yeah the and my take on why the they've kind of disappeared yeah I mean they're still around I've noticed over the last several years that we've had of of obscene that have increased yeah I'm road I mean they're all really now I am I saw road runners when I was a kid but I only saw them and wooded areas I didn't see them out in the prairie well I mean there and and they love to eat all jobs all I didn't know that yeah like an orange code they they love and so I'm I'm kind of wondered if the increase in population of of the road voters hasn't help decrease the population of our debt bill is very well could I mean we've had naturalist call us earlier in the program and say that it has to do with the elimination of a certain aunt but the **** toad's like to eat and if we can encourage those ants to come back and they say it's only grow and do their nesting and wide open areas like pasture land they're not gonna do it like in your backyard where it's nice and shady they sold so that has a lot to do with it Donna newsradio one thousand Katie okay what do you think I tell you what I think I would rather not have **** toads instead of having that Brandon because you have ma'am if I want him ray then learn me why yeah I mean you thank you all yes but I think over a big win was whenever I was a kid you you know a shot at all everybody and and except may you know it they were the other people who've done it and and so on I thank is that all right they put him on the dangers speeches yes and now there is fog everywhere yeah and that short I think a lot of golf it could be because I know I've got hawks and kites in my better in my neighborhood and boy when I know that when I hear the birds all go quiet I know there must be a hawk in the area because they'll come down and even if the song birds so newsradio one thousand Katie.

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Man in custody after firing shots at officer in Edmond, Oklahoma

Lee Mathews

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Man in custody after firing shots at officer in Edmond, Oklahoma

"A man opens fire on police lands in jail it happened saturday night near the university of central oklahoma in edmond no one was shot but believes say the suspect ran through a plate glass window at his home and started firing at police officers through a bedroom window one campus police officer was heard as he dove out of the way the suspect left the house and was arrested police say the suspect admitted he had

Edmond Officer University Of Central Oklahoma
"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

"Through that kind of thing before. So they were scared. So again, I say, you know it just kind of par for the course here par for the course for you and I. I did clean out the storm shelter. Because I always picture. This is a nightmare scenario for me f five tornado bearing down on on Edmond Oklahoma. I'm here doing my thing, lovely wife's at home, because inevitably they strike at four o'clock in the afternoon when the whites usually outta work and home and I picked her opening the storm shelter or looking down him there looking up at the F five looking down on the storm shelter looking up at the FBI trying to decide what she would rather deal with the F five tornado or the possibility of a spider down in the storm shelter. It's not snakes, spiders. Oh, oh, it's both. Okay. But you know what I think she, I think I'd rather deal with the five slam the door shut and go back in the house. So one of my chores yesterday morning because I had not performed the service yet was a yearly deep cleaning of the storm shelter. Now mind, you our storm shelters, not outside. It's in the garage where you can get to it without having to go through the weather to get to it. It is inset in the garage floor. I store, a few things down there, not much because I want to be able to use the shelter for what it's intended to be used for.

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"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"edmond" Discussed on KTOK

"We are right at forty three one north Classen look for that funny tag Tahoe sitting out front. That could be a tip. Who is our first caller. We have Nancy from Oklahoma City. You wanna play tag the Tahoe? I sure do. Morning. Okay. First question is who's the sponsor of the week? Assisted living and memory care. The first one rights the freak is located at one hundred and forty four and western in Edmond, great community. Now the second question is. And this has got to be so easy for you. Nancy? Where was the Tahoe this week? I was at crossings. And I saw it yesterday for the senior day. We had a great turnout yesterday at senior day, and thank you so much for spending your time at senior day, we're gonna do it again next year. So miss Nancy what she just one. No. Hike gannett? She's gonna be really excited, darling. You can show up next week at my office and pick up a brand new Chris one hundred dollar Bill. Happy mother's day to you. Hang on. Well, I had a wonderful. All the sponsors for doing. That was a pleasure for everybody. What a treat. It was an absolute treat yesterday. And thank you so much for attending. And thank stone creek if you'd like to talk to them give him a comic three three zero five. Oh, two. Oh, and Nancy. We'll see you next.

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"edmond" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"edmond" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Edmond, Burke, monta skew lock, the founders. It embraces marks in one form or another angles Hegel Rousseau among others. And watch particularly evil about this is they convince people. That by surrendering their liberty and their property and their free will. A handful of people who would run this army of a bureaucracy to run this government. That they will somehow achieve heaven on earth. This is the promise. Just listen to them. Nobody should go without a job. Nobody should go without healthcare. And when you need it to mmediately fill in the blank. Nobody should have to pay for X. Nobody should be denied. Why? And it is through this appeal to the impossible. That the Lord advance their bleak ideology. And people will surrender their liberty surrender their lifestyle. For promise. In the left has figured out how to do this with it's propaganda. How can you argue against equality? How can you argue against healthcare for everybody? How can you argue that anybody who wants to go to college you go to college? How how can you argue this? How can you argue that how can you? You're arguing against the myth an impossibility and impractical -bility you're arguing against nothing. And yet everything. And then you try and lay out the facts, but people already emotionally passionately embracing. An agenda that they can't even properly. Explain. They're turned off. It's it's almost a religious fervor. People are hypnotized to this. If you take things from people in the private sector, even to give to somebody else or take it for yourself that is a crime. You didn't earn it? It doesn't belong to you. You don't have a right to do that. But if you do it as a politician or a bureaucrat, and you dress it up as compassionate that which is otherwise lawless. Becomes noble? That which is otherwise lawless becomes noble. Stealing his noble. Taking from somebody and giving it to somebody else's noble. Just call them, rich and the other one poor. So things that would occur in the civil society things that would occur in the private sector things that occur. Amongst citizens that are considered immoral and illegal. Or one or the other? In the public sector. They're considered noble compassionate. How can that be? How can that be? I'll be right back. It's time to check the roads in the Kate on traffic.

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"edmond" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"edmond" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Your chance to hit it sixty seven fifty three they needed that one hears Womack center, the front court Tigers had had something going. Here's a bad pass it Harris safes the bacon there in front of the band's shit was going on abounds. He got to it. Now. Martin's got right art works on horns, right sided Davenport corner. He's gonna go. And drive and puts it up, and he draws some contact. No, culpable more goes out of bounds off of Jeffries six on the shot clock. It did not hit anything. I thought he hit the side of the back rim. Did not. Maximum inbound, the boys got Harris, right corner goes to Devonport right up knocked away from him taking my hair is three in the clock. He's taking a forty footer airball out about what he had to take it. And it doesn't clock was running down when he dribbled back out and tired. He attitude. The Tigers will go full court pressure again with nine twelve to go and join will put it in the play that got Joyner and tapping their best guards when it comes to handling the ball in how to horn born up the right side line in Tigers trap him in the front court. They give it the tap one. In the middle of Joyner left dark Jefferies who scored twenty two in the game. He starts to go baseline on Davenport loses the ball. He just took it away from Keven into the front court in the middle. They get it to Lomax. No Martin left corner harass bears. Another three. Sixty seven fifty six back to eleven king up the right side all at Tyler Harris bumps in a little bit. He was trying to get out of the way by the time line any bumped him in the foul will be called on Memphis, and that'll be their eighth Tulsa with five eight forty three to go in the game and Harris has four and Scott's going to the line to shoot one and one Scott sixty seven percent. I'm a year result for one in the game. Not very smart play. By Tulsa, on the other end, the golden hurricane fourteen of nineteen in the first one up in fifteen or twenty now, you know, Harrison's worth three point shooter. You find him everywhere. You don't let him have an open shot, and they let him saying twice. Tune in the corner, which is favorites by one more for Scott junior from Edmond Oklahoma started with Charlotte enacting both down. Well, he's got nine points in the game at sixty nine fifty six Martin in the front court to Devonport top of the key lobs left corner. Harris this time, they do find him, and they got Jeffrey Johnny steps. Backfires at three doesn't matter whichever. Just knocked the ball debut. Don't let him get it. You put a guy on him. We can't get the ball sixty nine fifty nine ten point game. Here's joiner in the front court. He gets doubled the time line to Scott left corner, horn wide open three bottom where you take chances to double front. Parameter seventy to fifty nine here's Harris again, right side. Scott Hayes got four in a row debut. The ball and they're not doing it. And he's eaten up seventy to sixty two. Now, you gotta play D. Scott's got the ball in the front court tap Lynn. He'll work right in front of his bench starts to drive kicks it left corner horn, not a Scott left are good recovery by Lomax back to tap one on the left side between the circles, they give the ball the Joyner the kit from Chicago dribbles to the right side in front of his bench. Now, he goes to work with eight on the clock right corner. Horn Davenport on him, spins baseline nowhere to go. Here comes the double on Martin to on the clock. He's gotta shoot air ball. And that's a turnover in the.

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"edmond" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"edmond" Discussed on Kingpins

"So they stayed away. Most of the neighbourhood folks retreated to Maryland for safe measure, but while the Trinidad gang lay in wait. The fight was heating up between Raeffel and the cops. His enforcer Daniels had killed Terrell in front of a hundred witnesses. No, one would talk about what had happened out of fear of rifles gang but police wanted answers, and they weren't giving up the cops started by approaching Raeffel. They wanted him to give Daniels up he politely declined. Instead Raeffel worst one of his sixteen year old associates into confessing to the murder he was a minor. So he would only spend a while in juvenile detention Raeffel promised his family would be well supported while. He served his time. Unfortunately, the kid wasn't well prepared and his story crumbled under questioning the police sent him home. They knew Daniels was behind it. And they would get to him one way or another someone did fine. Finally, get to Daniels one afternoon in July nineteen eighty eight. He was at the barbershop with Raeffel two masked gunmen came in and shot Daniels. Three times he would be paralyzed for life a month later, the police arrested Daniels in his hospital room several witnesses from the nightclub shooting had finally come forward. They knew Daniels had shot Brandon Terrell, and they knew Raeffel had ordered him to do it Raeffel was in trouble. The police were closing in his crew is being murdered and arrested. He turned violence himself. And worst of all common citizens were afraid of getting caught in the crossfire Raeffel saw the people in his neighborhood living in fear. He'd wanted to help them not hurt them. He knew he had to do something to win back their trust Raeffel reached out to the Trinidad gang to organize a ceasefire. They could both go about their business on their own turfs. And no further. Blood would be shed the police would be off their bags at least temporarily the Trinidad gang agreed. And all was settled that is until two months later in October nineteen eighty eight Jones and Millington figured out which Trinidad members had shot rifles. Other enforcer Daniels a few months earlier as usual they decided to take care of them without asking for raffles permission. The to Trinidad members were sitting in their parked car. When two men in black hoodies approached Jones and Millington before the Trinidad men knew what was happening. They pulled out their guns and shot them to death. That was the end of the ceasefire the Trinidad gang was out for blood once again at the same time things were heating up on the other side of the country in Los Angeles earlier in the spring of nineteen eighty eight four men were arrested in Los Angeles after working a cocaine deal with an undercover cop. They were questioned about the top dogs of the drug trade in the all mentioned the same name Raeffel Edmund. None of these men were personally involved with rifles crew. But they knew he was shipping cocaine from L A to DC. The FBI added this evidence to their growing file on rifle. Edmund around the same time in Missouri. A van was pulled over for speeding. The officer found it strange that the driver was from California, but the van was registered in Saint Louis after searching, the vehicle the officer uncovered one thousand one hundred and two pounds of cocaine. It was the second largest cocaine seizure in US history, the cocaine was professionally wrapped and stamped with a scorpion the symbol of the Kelly cartel from Columbia, the FBI followed the trail of evidence from Columbia to California to LA suppliers Melvin Butler, and Brian Bennett, then all the way across the country to its final destiny. Nation. DC's biggest kingpin rifle Edmond. Will explore the.

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