25 Burst results for "Eighteen Men"

"eighteen men" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen men" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"That is interesting right. Listen as say. It is okay acid asset. Yeah we're we know. Yeah sure we we're talking about the. I should've looked it up Okay so in. Nineteen getting to the end of the history part. Nineteen forty two ultra mine was shut down by regulatory agency for processing gold. This was a violation of the time because all resources were to be focused on the war effort and that pretty much mark the beginning of the end of vulture city as far as the living are concerned and all minds and all minds. yep if it wasn't deemed necessary for the war was pretty much shut down filter. Cities post office was established in october fourth. Eighteen eighty and that made henry wickenburg the first postmaster. Isn't that interesting. Yeah could make himself. He wore a lot of hat he could be the mayor the governor anything he wanted to be he did have a lot of titles but postmaster was one was on. I just want oh wait are you. Can't talk about the schoolhouse and the kids. We're gonna get all right all right. I know we can talk about. Did you say had more than five thousand people. Okay wait wait. Did you wait you say to me. The tree was in ironwood tree. Yeah okay just joking but wait. Do you talk about how he died or going to again. I wanna mesut up all right. It is known that eighteen men died in the town as a result of being executed it blah blah blah blah. We talked about that. Yes but let's talk about. The ones died in wait. I'm so excited colleen. Wait cottam excited. I mean i'm excited. Did i tell you that his that. Little house was fifty twenty feet of jerry lord who cares side to it was so wait a little house that we were in yeah. It didn't seem that tiny. It was tiny it is saying. Oh and it has these little holes in it which yeah. We're we're those. Are those like oh interesting because when we were watching the video i was wondering what those holes there on both sides there for lake to st- in rysley through Yeah 'cause when i we are playing back are the video of me new right. I'm like wonder what those holes are. i just assumed ventilation. I'm gonna put pictures of everything everything you're you're gonna get a photo dump of everything that's pretty. That's an interesting little him. The gun host. I'd had no idea about as far bottom portion of the houses made of stone and then the top portion is adobe so of course. I mean if you're hiding out from lasted for we have buildings my house my house. Sh- i houses in even lasting as long as these houses have okay. Let's talk about the hanging tree again. What are you gonna talk about that. It was in the ironwood..

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"eighteen men" Discussed on PASTOR LUCY PAYNTER

PASTOR LUCY PAYNTER

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen men" Discussed on PASTOR LUCY PAYNTER

"So he got three hundred eighteen men and went in pursuit. And i can't help but feel that ibraham of the leaving with these people anticipated that something like this could happen. And so he kept a non me radi. He must have been training people. And the word of the lord says that are divided his army end attacks the revolting kings by night he rescued lot recovered.

"eighteen men" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen men" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"But according to assist doors it was in the borderland of megara above the so-called horns. Here a gilded throne having sat for him at his command and many secretaries stationed near at hand whose task it was to make do record of all that was done in the battle with basically sacrificing alongside miles trying. Their three prisoners of war were brought to him a visit. Most beautiful to behold conspicuously adorned with raymond with. They were set to be the sons of sandals. The king's sister in artists when confronted is the seer caught sight of them sinks at one on that same moment a great in glaring flames shot up from the sacrificial victims in his knees gave forth. It's good omen on the right. He clasped mystically by the hand and bathe him consequently youths and sacrifice them all to dyonissis carnivorous with prayers of supplication. From twice with the hellenes have saving. Victory for musicals was terrified. Feeling that the word of the seer was monstrous and shocking but the multitude who as his wants to be the case in great struggles and severe crisis looked for safety rather from unreasonable than from reasonable measures. Invoked the god with one voice drag the prisoners to the altar and compelled the fulfillment of the sacrifice as the seer commanded at any rate. This is what funniest atlassian says and he was a philosopher and well acquainted with historical literature as regards to the number of the barbarian ships. Sql the poet in his tragedy off the persians as though from personal and positive knowledge says this but thursdays and i surely no had a thousand ships in number under him. Those are surpassing speed. Were twice five. Score beside and seven so stands the count the addicts ships. Were one hundred. Eighty in number in each had. Eighteen men to fight upon the decks of four were archers the rest men at arms basically is thought to have divine the best time for fighting with no less success than the best place inasmuch as he took care not to send his writings by one against the barbarian vessels until.

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"eighteen men" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

Rocks Across the Pond

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen men" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond

"Trying it and i'm interested to see what the results are. In how many of these actually stick. Yeah now the other the other really big change. 'cause and this is this is something that really impacts world curling so the world curling federation created a new championship at the assembly to call the pan-continental curling championship. So right now. There's basically up until this year basically been three zones right. So there's been the asia pacific zone the america zone and the european zone and the pacific asia and the euro zone basically both have championships and the top x. number of teams from each championship advance to the world's the americas zones basically the whichever country finished second is hosting in the americas canada. The us between though suu would could then be challenged by team franchi out the americas challenge right so the the classical a couple of years ago. Where brazil won the america's challenge. And they've got the right to be smoked by glenn. Howard a couple of times right will know they. They challenged the reason so canada was in the americas challenge on the men's side the first time ever because the us was hosting so because the us was hosting they automatically got into the twenty eighteen. Men's world's brazil challenged canada in so they had to hold in america's challenge. Canada had glenn howard represent them and that there's a back story on that that the guys that gave stones covered very well But glenn howard had to play against brazil and they wound up doing it. What the continental cup of the continental cup first game went about as well as expected. The second game was a bit closer but Yeah but anyway. Yeah the america's challenges. Whoever finished second between the us and canada can be can be challenged by anyone else in the americas zone the other a couple of years ago. The america's challenge. Had i think three or four teams in it because you had multiple teams that the us. Yeah and so. The us has been playing for years right. I remember the westwood schedule. Them in bemidji very cold time of year. And you know they'll do whatever they could to get their advantage. So what's happened now is there's going to basically be to play in tournaments into the world's if you will the europeans is going to stay fairly similar And this new. Pancontinental's going to combine all the americas countries and the asia pacific countries into a new.

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"eighteen men" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen men" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"We need to remember that it which is why. I don't think we can forget or can stop the moralizing. What happened on nine. Eleven i say this with a little bit of trepidation. A little bit of hesitancy. But i think it needs to be said twenty years ago. Eighteen men flew planes into american buildings profoundly shocking our psyche. Twenty years later they are back in charge of afghanistan. The president of the united states is actively dividing americans between each other encouraging neighbor to hate neighbor based on whether or not they've gotten a vaccine. We are less safe today than we were three weeks ago. As we've withdrawn from afghanistan we've turned inward many not just on the left wanted to leave altogether instead of leaving people there. It's hard not to think the terrorist one. I don't like saying that but it's hard not to think. In in many ways they won. We've become divided against ourselves and have turned ourselves inward squabbling with each other unwilling to defend freedom hating the other. Whether it's us or the people who want to be here. And i think we have to remember that the reason they targeted us didn't target great britain. They didn't turn a russia. They didn't charge china. They didn't target france. They targeted the united states of america's. Because we are that shining city on a hill if we so choose to still be but many of us don't want the shine because we don't want to attract attention and if we're not others will take our place and they will not be so embracing western liberal democracy. That's part of the problem of why we can't give up and why we must remember that. We have to be that shining city on the hill whether we want to be or not. It's our destiny as a nation to be the shining city on the hill. And if we give up if we turn inward if we turn off the lights if the sleeping giant goes back to sleep something wicked this way will come and we will have to wake up again. And i'm afraid right now. We're fallen asleep. I wouldn't say. I my chair stop. But i kinda amateur snob. Y'all a i sit for three hours for radio. And then all the writing and stuff i do. I'm in my chair in my office. A lot and i bought one of those super expensive. Herman miller chairs. And i've traded it in for my x. Chair the moment. I set down and began to.

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"eighteen men" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen men" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"This is subscriber day. This is an easy one. Alex later says this year. I'm turning eighteen. And i want to subscribe at the babble on his birthday present to myself. But i i need to hear ethan. Kyle wish me a happy birthday and share stories from way back when they were from way back when they were eighteen. Love the podcast keep up. God bless alex. Happy birthday alex. Later young listener eighteen seventeen right now right. He's going to be eighteen. He's turning eighteen man like fifty years ago. Yeah so long ago. So metal store in the podcast before. But i But only psychopaths listen to every episode. True and might have been a subscriber only portion. My girlfriend through all high school. Br she broke up with me. She dumped me. All of school. Right after i turned eighteen is about to go off in the world. At least that your wife was your first girlfriend. But i guess i got that wrong. Well because when you have a girlfriend in high school it's kinda count kid. I wasn't like going out on dates. It was just like there. She is hold hands or anything. Yeah but like Since you broke up with me and i was playing. X-men legends on the gamecube. At the time i was way into x. Men legends super awesome action. Rpg and she goes. We need to talk. I'm like okay talk like while you're as it goes on. She's like. I really needs that. Okay go ahead still playing and then at the end i'm like looking at it and i'm still paying. Did you. just bring up with me. And then she goes. It's kind of awkward my okay so i keep playing. She's like can you give me a ride home. And that was that was it. How long was the relationship for years like four years all high school. That's a longer than a lot of marriages all high school. And then and then four four or five months later and that summer i met my wife. Well now did you meet while you're still playing..

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"eighteen men" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen men" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"Up professor at morehouse school of medicine has dedicated her career to advancing medical research surrounding pancreatic and liver cancers the washington university alum. Who served in the united states army did her residency training in general surgery at the university of pittsburgh and our message master's degree in biomedical science at the minnesota based mayoclinic. Let me tell you one thing about me. Is i know what i'm talking about. I bet she loves to whom it may concern email. I bet she loves him as the research suggest email because she went to what school to get it done okay. That became took to twitter to express her excitement about her new role. Words cannot express how delighted. I am today of the announcement to lead. The department of surgery at albany made the connection. I felt with everyone i met made. It seem or dane. Come oh come on deigned before are formed you. I knew you sanctified odd danger you okay. I am humbled by the honor and then filled with gratitude. Thank you all for celebrating with me. What's up dr king. We love it. Thank you so much for your inspiration when your life becomes inspiration. That is what i'm talking about. And that's what she's doing Kelly said black out here during the day gone thing amer says while they need to be on the front page of the newspapers and balances says black excellence. We love it because his glory glory glory. That's what i'm talking about. Hell married dr. I love it Google says makes me said that in twenty twenty one we are still having first black woman or i woman to kind of set. It is kinda sad but this is where we're living so we gotta just keep keep on pushing making sure that we're first or Paving the way that someone else doesn't have to be i be in i in amazing. Been making sure that someone else doesn't have to be. I even more beautiful. So i love that. Oh i see you lane. Actually i speaking on the women driver ma. The comments came out of order. So please forgive me Advice questions just a you know. i do have ads. i'm just putting them in at the end so don't worry about this. If you're wondering where the transitions where the ads. It's all right. I got you okay. Okay so our number one and question says good day pastor. Sarah should knees and the delegation. I need some guidance on a personal matter and i think you guys can help me after watching the undoing by our this past week. It got me thinking of an area in my life where i need got to strengthen me to start in. That area is in romantic relationships. Growing up never wanted to get married. Because i saw all the bad examples of marriage before me including my parents in the even though they are still married they are not happy and my mother is only staying because of my ten year. Old little sister by the way. I'm twenty one. I kinda changed my mind when i started. Seeing people do relationships in a healthy way online mostly pastors in their wives. But i don't know must've them personally so i'm not sure if they're happiness is legit also. I became independent at eighteen and recently just bought a car so basically everyone is always asking about my relationship. Said is hoping. I'll get married soon. I'm from south africa. So the pressure is real. But i'm not interested at least not yet so my question is how do i. How do i let go of the fear of failed relationships not necessarily mine since. I've never really been in one. And embrace what i feel. God is calling me to which is marriage. I know this is beyond me. If i do this right. I'll be fighting for my future kids and everyone connected to me but if i succumb to the fear might not live out the life. God wants me to live fully. This is a great question I know a lot of people who have changed their position on relationships as a result of just doing work themselves or realizing that they created a boundary in a standard that was set on something that was ultimately a negative experience when we have a negative experience and create a boundary or a standard or a limitation based on a negative experience. We have to question. Did i set this expectation. Because i had an experience that inspired me to make sure that this doesn't happen in my own. Life for instance with a bad relationship. we see this all the time like you go through a heartbreak and you're like i'm never going to date again right. You moved to a new job. And you're like. I'll never apply for this job again. You start a business. It doesn't work out you like. I'll never start a business again and we ended up letting failure dictate our future possibilities when failure dictates your future possibilities. You're always gonna find yourself ultimately frustrated because you know. The standard i have in place is rooted and failure and not in faith anytime we have something. That's not rooted in faith. It's going to continue to come up in our life as an area that we need to investigate reprocess until we can live from his face to face it. It sounds like you're doing that. So congratulations on living in this space. Faith what i would say to you when you talk about. How do i get to a place where i can be open to mayor. Jim really begin to embrace. What i feel. God is calling me to is simply this when you are going to be a marriage and a relationship to now. I believe god is calling me. Marriage there are steps in between. And i think to really focus on the steps in between is to say that i don't necessarily wanna turn into someone who's now looking for my husband in every man that i need but rather to come to a place where i'm simply open to it. Being open is a powerful powerful gift that we can give ourselves in a place where i once felt limited in a place where huntsville restricted. I can now breathe in the reality. That i'm open to this. I'm open to writing a book at first. I thought i'd never tell my story. But i'm open to writing a book now. I'm open to a relationship. Yes i went through a heartbreak. But now i've rebounded from this base of out. Never do it again to. I'm open to it and to live in this. Space of openness got his vast everything that god has created from the mountains the oceans the earth. The people who live in the are vast and we are these extensive creations that are meant to live in big open spaces and when our fear begins to limit us them. We do not experience. The fastness of god especially as it relates to god's love so love yourself enough to be open to whatever god has for you not just in relationships but in any and everything live in that space of openness and that need i think my fear is that you will become needy and desperate for because you've just gone from one extreme to the next but give yourself patients in pieces you just become open to what god will want what to what god wants to do in your life. That may not look like what you've seen suri says this got time but maybe her culture thinks she's running out of time. Yeah you're twenty one this another thing. Erica says twenty one. It will work itself out in five years since she has time. You do have time. jay. Melissa's i'm open and expecting for god to allow boaz to locate me talent murray says since i thought you weren't going to preach day come on come on now. That's good cachet. Says we ain't tired. They still picking their relationship questions but we the delegation are Errands is standard. Should routed on faith not failure. Jesus is acknowledged the lord and all your ways and he will director path. Focus on your healing and edition. That fear is just an attack from the enemy. God is for family margaret own looking for a husband in every man one one meets best it. That's that's the thing that happens to us when we become so open that we say listen. Now i'm waiting delice's way how old is sis eighteen man. I don't wanna say much because maybe south africa cultures different buses. You've got lots of life chillier. Take your time take your time take your time. We hear that over and over again thankful to see this right here is why i love and miss this show so much. I am in that same space. Love this love for you. All sydney mazes be open. Let's get into the next question way i wanna read ashley tate's comment because it's really helpful says if you've witnessed both toxic and healthy you one question.

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"eighteen men" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen men" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"A started a quintana. Thank you very much. Redevelopment goddess office from an area in russia called tartar stan and he began to practice his chosen religion freely in late. One thousand nine hundred ninety s. He was a professional ballet dancer. then drafted into the russian army and came to a point in his life where he decided he wanted to leave russia and flee religious persecution simply to live a life of religious freedom with his wife and then young baby They attempted to Travel south only reveal made it across the border into jika stan afghanistan and then pakistan where he was arrested in march. Two thousand and two by pakistani police is mark. Mayor mentioned Also sold for bounty to united states authorities who took him to barroom took him to kandahar and tortured him. He suffered extreme interrogation and supposedly confessed under duress. He was then taken guantanamo in october of two thousand and two where he suffered greatly for many years under harsh conditions and sometimes solitary. Eventually he was permitted to have counsel which is where we came in and we filed a petition for habeas corpus. And in two thousand ten. Here in dc where. I live judge. Henry kennedy issued the right of habeas corpus in order the united states government to release route revealed in gaza from gano. If believe it or not it then went through the case then went through a six-year kafka esque appellate cycle where he was not released and then in two thousand. Ten reveal also want a periodic review board. Hearing like mr nassar that mark mentioned and that same panel cleared reveal for release and then took the state department about six months to locate a country reveal to go to. He cannot go back to russia because russia has a record of killing or torturing a one quantum of detainees return to them. So we thought it was our lucky day when it was confirmed that reveal could go to the united arab emirates where several other are. Dozen other ex detainees also went it was always reveals dream to be in an arab country. He learned arabic lonzo. He understood arabic culture. Wanted to be there. And we really celebrated that day reveal was on the last plane. Out on tottenham. Oh the day before donald trump was inaugurated. So it really felt like we had dodged Something terrible We were promised by our state department. That the ui had promised them that Reveal would be released in six months that he would be treated humanely that he would be given job and a place to live in about six months time which is similar to the saudi program for expertise detainees. It didn't come to pass. It turned out that the uae lied to the united states government. These so-called diplomatic assurances were were simply allies and reveal along with about two dozen. Other men have suffered even more in. Uae prisons most notoriously our zine prison these now four and a half years and they're not permitted a review by international red cross or requests in they've been able to get out. Sporadic calls to their families With the help of reprieve where. Mr mayor works. The dots have been connected We know there's torture there we know there's mistreatment and the the men stuck in the uae like brazil. Had all said is worse than guantanamo worse than guantanamo is. So that's why with with eighteen men still there we call the uae gitmo yeast as opposed to get more west and with the numbers are dwindling. Now thirty nine eight with eighteen in the they're really a pair. An biden is serious about closing tano. He needs to in his state department. Needs to look into the concept of re resettlement Look at people like revolt and guys off some of the gaps. Garrett josh if i can. I just wanted to ask you about this. Particular issue of the uae has gitmo of the east to your analysis. What has been the. Us government's reaction to basically offloading prisoners to another gulag totally complicit the uae past all these men often uae. And as far as we know did absolutely nothing to follow up on. Those diplomatic assurances. We apparently our state department at least under donald trump just didn't care Didn't care that they were lied to. And we've seen no evidence that that our state department even now under the by the administration is really doing anything to remedy the situation in the uae. Some people in the state department of told us their quote working on or they're in touch with people in the uae. But we're seeing nothing and in the meantime we're getting very very scared that reveal might be rendered to russia or in the case of the yemenis who are in the might take them back to yemen where they can suffer just wanted to remind people what joe biden said the last democratic presidential debate when he was asked by pbs moderator michel cinder about closing one tano vice president biden wiping to close one obey. Why couldn't the obama administration close to close guantanamo bay. But you have to have congressional already to do. It kept it open. The fact is that we in fact it's the greatest hit an advertisement for it is an advertisement for creating terror the image of tonne around the world the fact of mark mayor your final words. The only thing that the only two things that i would add words to kind of hone in on something that gary was saying there He mentioned Having titian for rid of habeas corpus back in twenty ten that would have been during brock obama's presidency and that means his justice department was opposing That petition for rid of habeas corpus We found ourselves in a similar situation with our klein. Audela haroon goule His justice department Mr biden's president biden's justice department took the same position that president. Bush president obama's president trump's did we had biden he should Stop opposing these petitions of habeas corpus and begin releasing all of the uncharged men who remaining one tottenham obey. Wanna thank marc mayer and gary thompson. Lawyers for at least two of the guantanamo prisoners. I made me goodman with one. Gonzalez stay say..

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"eighteen men" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

14:27 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen men" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Their lives. We own the reparations us. We need to make sure that they are in good situations and continue to follow them and support them in attempting to make the rest of their lives for more. We're joined by two lawyers representing these men. Gary thompsons and attorney in private practice. Who's worked on pro bono guantanamo prisoners. He's the lead attorney for former guantanamo. Prisoner reveal men. Gaza also with us mark mayor staff attorney for reprieve. Us who's represented six men in prison guantanamo including abdulatif nassir who has just released to morocco. Mark let's begin with you. Can you tell us the circumstances under which he was just released. And what's happening to abdulatif nassar now. Absolutely thank you for having me. On the circumstances under which was released actually begin back in twenty sixteen as you said abdelatif. Nassir was held for close to two decades nineteen years without charge or trial. He was actually cleared for release by the periodic review board which is a parole institution. That was set up. Under the a barack obama's presidency and his staff by six members of a federal agencies from the united states including the departments of defense homeland security and the joint chiefs of staff. They determined unanimously. That up to latif nassir posed no threat to the united states or anybody and determined that he should be released from guantanamo. Unfortunately this determination came quite late. In barack obama's presidency and the state department at that time defer to the next administration as we all know was the trump administration president trump had campaigned on the idea of not closing tahoe and in fact not transferring anyone out of guantanamo and largely kept that promise so even though up liffey nassir was cleared by senior civil servants from the us government. He had to sit and wait until the political will within the united states changed and as thrilled as we are that i'll not nassir is now out that he is back in morocco and his with his family and is trying to start a new life and is focused on the future of the fact remains. He lost close to two decades of his life and that number and twenty-seven men are still there without charge or trial Waiting for the political will of this administration to change us up and mark may. Could you talk a little bit about how he came to end. Up in one-ton mojo. I was originally a captured and transferred to detain there. And why did he never received trial. Well i can say that. That the reason why he never seemed to trial is the same reason. Why a twenty seven of those men haven't received a trial either and that's because they have never faced any kind of charges at all they're being held essentially as prisoners of war ability. If nassir ended up in one tahoe the way. A lot of people ended up in guantanamo. There was a bounty program. Essentially that was being run in afghanistan and in pakistan. I believe i the number. I might be getting wrong. I believe what the balance is being offered for. P- turning over people to afghan-american pakistani authorities was close to five thousand dollars at the time which was a huge life changing amount of money and he. We happen to know. In a lot of cases of people who ended up guantanamo that they were the result of people lying about the people who ended up there Or simply mistaken identity That's the case of another one of our clients who still detained. Guantanamo bay met rabbani the stories actually detailed in the senate torture report that he was detained. Mistakenly because the united states believed he was another man named hassan ghul he was severely tortured including techniques. That haven't been used since the spanish inquisition. The united states eventually actually detained mr hassan ghul at the same prison bog rem that Mister rabbani was being held at missiles. Strauss on goal was eventually released from there but now twenty years on a much like the situation that opt to latif nassir found him in just a month ago. Achmad rabbani remains there so sadly this is a situation that we've seen repeated for a number of the men who are still detained and the colts have been growing for the biden administration to close guantanamo. A how could that be done. And do you think it's likely one of the easiest ways is to begin with releasing the ten men who have been cleared for transfer and working to release all twenty seven of the who have never been again charged with any crime or at trial. It's unlikely that any of those men will ever face any trial This is especially true. In light of the fact that as well i think is your viewers and listeners will know the by administration has announced that the war in afghanistan is supposed to completely end By a i think mid august was the last Estimate that they had. And i believe earlier in the show We heard president biden saying that Combat troops will be exiting iraq by the end of the year. That says to me. I think to a lot of observers that the that the wars that led to these people being wrongly imprisoned in guantanamo or ending If there was ever a right and just time to be releasing these ben. This is the time to do it. The only thing that might be lacking moving these algae there is political will if they haven't been charged with anything if they haven't faced trial for anything if the wars are over then the question is what can the biden administration due to solve this problem. The question should be what justification does the vitamin association. Still have to be detained. Be to be detaining these people. I wanna bring gary thompson into the conversation. The attorney who were pro bono for guantanamo prisoners and is the lead attorney for reveal manga. Zaw who is a former guantanamo prisoner. Can you tell us his full story. And then where he's ended up today. How a started a quintana. Thank you very much. Redevelopment goddess office from an area in russia called tartar stan and he began to practice his chosen religion freely in late. One thousand nine hundred ninety s. He was a professional ballet dancer. then drafted into the russian army and came to a point in his life where he decided he wanted to leave russia and flee religious persecution simply to live a life of religious freedom with his wife and then young baby They attempted to Travel south only reveal made it across the border into jika stan afghanistan and then pakistan where he was arrested in march. Two thousand and two by pakistani police is mark. Mayor mentioned Also sold for bounty to united states authorities who took him to barroom took him to kandahar tortured him. He suffered extreme interrogation and supposedly confessed under duress. He was then taken guantanamo in october of two thousand and two where he suffered greatly for many years under harsh conditions and sometimes solitary eventually he was permitted to have counsel which is where we came in and we filed a petition for habeas corpus. And in two thousand ten. Here in dc where. I live judge. Henry kennedy issued the right of habeas corpus in order the united states government to release route reveal men gaza from gano. If believe it or not it then went through the case then went through a six-year kafka esque appellate cycle where he was not released and then in two thousand ten reveal also want a periodic review board hearing like mr nassar that mark mentioned and that same panel cleared for release and then took the state department about six months to locate a country reveal to go to. He cannot go back to russia because russia has a record of killing or torturing a one quantum of detainees return to them so we thought it was our lucky day when it was confirmed that reveal could go to the united arab emirates where several other are. Dozen other ex detainees also went. It was always reveals dream to be in an arab country. He learned arabic and lonzo understood. Arabic culture wanted to be there and we really celebrated that day reveal was on the last plane out on tottenham oh the day before donald trump was inaugurated so it really felt like we had dodged Something terrible we were promised by our state department that the ui had promised them that Reveal would be released in six months that he would be treated humanely that he would be given job and a place to live in about six months time which is similar to the saudi program for expertise detainees. It didn't come to pass. It turned out that the uae lied to the united states government. These so-called diplomatic assurances were were simply allies and reveal along with about two dozen. Other men have suffered even more in. Uae prisons most notoriously our zine prison these now four and a half years and they're not permitted a review by international red cross or requests in they've been able to get out. Sporadic calls to their families With the help of reprieve where. Mr mayor works. The dots have been connected We know there's torture there we know there's mistreatment and the the men stuck in the uae like brazil. Had all said is worse than guantanamo worse than guantanamo is. So that's why with with eighteen men still there. We call the uae gitmo yeast as opposed to get more west and with the numbers dwindling. Now thirty nine eight with eighteen in the they're really a pair. An biden a serious about closing tano. He needs to in his state department. Needs to look into the concept of re resettlement Look at people like revolt and guys off some of the gaps. Garrett josh if i can. I just wanted to ask you about this. Particular issue of the uae has gitmo of the east to your analysis of what has been the us government's reaction to basically offloading prisoners to another gulag totally complicit the uae. Past all these men often. Uae and as far as we know did absolutely nothing to follow up on. Those diplomatic assurances. We apparently our state department at least under donald trump just didn't care Didn't care that they were lied to. And we've seen no evidence that that our state department even now under the biden administration is really doing anything to remedy the situation in the uae. Some people in the state department of told us their quote working on or they're in touch with people in the uae. But we're seeing nothing and in the meantime we're getting very very scared that reveal might be rendered to russia or in the case of the yemenis who are in a might take them back to yemen where they can suffer wanted to remind people what joe biden said the last democratic presidential debate when he was asked by. Pbs moderator michel cinder about closing one tano vice-president biden wiping to close one obey. Why couldn't the obama administration close to close guantanamo bay. But you have to have congressional already to do. It kept it open. The fact is that we in fact it's the greatest hit is an advertisement for it is an advertisement for creating terror. The image of around the world the fact of mark mayor your final words. The only thing that the only two things that i would add words to kind of hone in on something that gary was saying there He mentioned Having titian for rid of habeas corpus back in twenty ten that would have been during brock obama's presidency and that means his justice department was opposing That petition for rid of habeas corpus We found ourselves in a similar situation with our klein. Audela haroon goule His justice department Mr biden's president biden's justice department took the same position that president. Bush president obama's president trump's did we had biden he should Stop opposing these petitions of habeas corpus and begin releasing all of the uncharged men who remaining one time obey. Wanna thank marc mayer and gary thompson. Lawyers for at least two of the guantanamo prisoners. I made me goodman with one. Gonzalez stay say..

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"Their lives. We own the reparations us. We need to make sure that they are in good situations and continue to follow them and support them in attempting to make the rest of their lives for more. We're joined by two lawyers representing these men. Gary thompsons and attorney in private practice. Who's worked on pro bono guantanamo prisoners. He's the lead attorney for former guantanamo. Prisoner reveal men gaza off also with us mark mayor staff attorney for reprieve. Us who's represented six men in prison guantanamo including abdulatif nassir who has just released to morocco. Mark let's begin with you. Can you tell us the circumstances under which he was just released. And what's happening to abdulatif nassar now. Absolutely thank you for having me. On the circumstances under which was released actually begin back in twenty sixteen as you said abdelatif. Nassir was held for close to two decades nineteen years without charge or trial. He was actually cleared for release by the periodic review board which is a parole institution. That was set up. Under the a barack obama's presidency and his staff by six members of a federal agencies from the united states including the departments of defense homeland security and the joint chiefs of staff. They determined unanimously. That up to latif nassir posed no threat to the united states or anybody and determined that he should be released from guantanamo. Unfortunately this determination came quite late. In barack obama's presidency and the state department at that time defer to the next administration as we all know was the trump administration president trump had campaigned on the idea of not closing tahoe and in fact not transferring anyone out of guantanamo and largely kept that promise so even though up liffey nassir was cleared by senior civil servants from the us government. He had to sit and wait until the political will within the united states changed and as thrilled as we are that i'll not nassir is now out that he is back in morocco and his with his family and is trying to start a new life and is focused on the future of the fact remains that he lost close to two decades of his life and that number and twenty-seven men are still there without charge or trial Waiting for the political will of this administration to change us up and mark may. Could you talk a little bit about how he came to end. Up in one-ton mojo. I was originally a captured and transferred to detain there. And why did he never received trial. Well i can say that. The reason why he never seemed to trial is the same reason. Why a twenty seven of those men haven't received a trial either and that's because they have never faced any kind of charges at all they're being held essentially as prisoners of war ability. If nassir ended up in one tahoe the way. A lot of people ended up in guantanamo. There was a bounty program. Essentially that was being run in afghanistan and in pakistan. I believe i the number. I might be getting wrong. I believe what the balance is being offered for. P- turning over people to afghan-american pakistani authorities was close to five thousand dollars at the time which was a huge life changing amount of money and he. We happen to know. In a lot of cases of people who ended up guantanamo that they were the result of people lying about the people who ended up there Or simply mistaken identity That's the case of another one of our clients who still detained. Guantanamo bay met rabbani the stories actually detailed in the senate torture report that he was detained. Mistakenly because the united states believed he was another man named hassan ghul he was severely tortured including techniques. That haven't been used since the spanish inquisition. The united states eventually actually detained mr hassan ghul at the same prison bog rem that Mister rabbani was being held at missiles. Strauss on goal was eventually released from there but now twenty years on a much like the situation that opt to latif nassir found him in just a month ago. Achmad rabbani remains there so sadly this is a situation that we've seen repeated for a number of the men who are still detained and the colts have been growing for the biden administration to close guantanamo. A how could that be done. And do you think it's likely one of the easiest ways is to begin with releasing the ten men who have been cleared for transfer and working to release all twenty seven of the who have never been again charged with any crime or at the trial. It's unlikely that any of those men will ever face any trial This is especially true. In light of the fact that as well i think is your viewers and listeners will know the by administration has announced that the war in afghanistan is supposed to completely end By a i think mid august was the last Estimate that they had. And i believe earlier in the show We heard president biden saying that Combat troops will be exiting iraq by the end of the year. That says to me. I think to a lot of observers that the that the wars that led to these people being wrongly imprisoned in guantanamo or ending If there was ever a right and just time to be releasing these ben. This is the time to do it. The only thing that might be lacking moving these algae there is political will if they haven't been charged with anything if they haven't faced trial for anything if the wars are over then the question is what can the biden administration due to solve this problem. The question should be. What justification does the vitamin nistration. Still have to be detained. Be to be detaining. These people i wanna bring gary thompson into the conversation. The attorney who were pro bono for guantanamo prisoners and is the lead attorney for reveal manga. Zaw who is a former guantanamo prisoner. Can you tell us his full story. And then where he's ended up today. How a started a quintana. Thank you very much. Redevelopment goddess office from an area in russia called tartar stan and he began to practice his chosen religion freely in late. One thousand nine hundred ninety s. He was a professional ballet dancer. then drafted into the russian army and came to a point in his life where he decided he wanted to leave russia and flee religious persecution simply to live a life of religious freedom with his wife and then young baby They attempted to Travel south only reveal. Made it across the border into jessica stan afghanistan and then pakistan where he was arrested in march two thousand and two. By pakistani police is mark. Mayor mentioned Also sold for bounty to united states authorities who took him to barroom took him to kandahar tortured him. He suffered extreme interrogation and supposedly confessed under duress. He was then taken guantanamo in october of two thousand and two where he suffered greatly for many years under harsh conditions and sometimes solitary eventually he was permitted to have counsel which is where we came in and we filed a petition for habeas corpus. And in two thousand ten. Here in dc where. I live judge. Henry kennedy issued the right of habeas corpus in order the united states government to release route reveal men gaza from gano. If believe it or not it then went through the case then went through a six-year kafka esque appellate cycle where he was not released and then in two thousand ten reveal also want a periodic review board. Hearing like mr nassar that mark mentioned and that same panel cleared reveal for release and then took the state department about six months to locate a country reveal to go to. He cannot go back to russia because russia has a record of killing or torturing a one quantum of detainees return to them so we thought it was our lucky day when it was confirmed that reveal could go to the united arab emirates where several other are. Dozen other ex detainees are also went it was always reveals dream to be in an arab country. He learned arabic lonzo. He understood arabic culture. Wanted to be there. And we really celebrated that day reveal was on the last plane. Out on tottenham. Oh the day before donald trump was inaugurated. So it really felt like we had dodged Something terrible We were promised by our state department. That the ui had promised them that Reveal would be released in six months that he would be treated humanely that he would be given job and a place to live in about six months time which is similar to the saudi program for expertise detainees. It didn't come to pass. It turned out that the uae lied to the united states government. These so-called diplomatic assurances were were simply allies and reveal along with about two dozen. Other men have suffered even more in. Uae prisons most notoriously our zine prison these now four and a half years and they're not permitted a review by international red cross or requests in they've been able to get out. Sporadic calls to their families With the help of reprieve where. Mr mayor works. The dots have been connected We know there's torture there we know there's mistreatment and the the men stuck in the uae like brazil. Had all said is worse than guantanamo worse than guantanamo is. So that's why with with eighteen men still there we call the uae gitmo yeast as opposed to get more west and with the numbers are dwindling. Now thirty nine eight with eighteen in the they're really a pair. An biden a serious about closing tano. He needs to in his state department. Needs to look into the concept of re resettlement. Look at people like revolt and guys off some of the gaps. Garrett josh if i can. I just wanted to ask you about this. Particular issue of the uae has gitmo of the east to your analysis. What has been the. Us government's reaction to basically offloading prisoners to another gulag totally complicit the uae past all these men often uae. And as far as we know did absolutely nothing to follow up on. Those diplomatic assurances. We apparently our state department at least under donald trump just didn't care Didn't care that they were lied to. And we've seen no evidence that that our state department even now under the biden administration is really doing anything to remedy the situation in the uae. Some people in the state department of told us their quote working on or they're in touch with people in the uae. But we're seeing nothing and in the meantime we're getting very very scared that reveal might be rendered to russia or in the case of the yemenis who are in the might take them back to yemen where they can suffer just wanted to remind people what joe biden said the last democratic presidential debate when he was asked by pbs moderator michel cinder about closing one tano vice president biden wiping to close one obey. Why couldn't the obama administration close to close guantanamo bay. But you have to have congressional thirty to do. It kept it open. The fact is that we in fact it's the greatest hit an advertisement for it is an advertisement for creating terror the image of tonne around the world the fact of mark mayor your final words. The only thing that the only two things that i would add words to kind of hone in on something that gary was saying there He mentioned Having petition for rid of habeas corpus back in twenty ten that would have been during brock obama's presidency and that means his justice department was opposing That petition for rid of habeas corpus We found ourselves in a similar situation with our klein. Audela haroon goule His justice department Mr biden's president biden's justice department took the same position that president. Bush president obama's president trump's did we have biden he should Stop opposing these petitions of habeas corpus and begin releasing all of the uncharged men who remaining one tottenham obey. Wanna thank marc mayer and gary thompson. Lawyers for at least two of the guantanamo prisoners. I'm amy goodman with one. Gonzalez stay say..

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"Comes as activists gathered last week in front of the cultural attache office for the united arab arafat's the arab emirates in washington. Dc to protest the planned rendition of former guantanamo prisoner. Reveal men gossip back to russia. He's currently being held in a uae prison after being released from guantanamo. In two thousand. Seventeen where he too was held without. Charge for fifteen years advocates. Say seventeen other former guantanamo prisoners are now locked up in the ua under inhumane conditions. This is helen sheet inger of witness against torture. He's with the rest of their lives. We own the reparations us. We need to make sure that they are in good situations and continue to follow them and support them in attempting to make the rest of their lives for more. We're joined by two lawyers representing these men. Gary thompsons and attorney in private practice. Who's worked on pro bono guantanamo prisoners. He's the lead attorney for former guantanamo. Prisoner reveal men. Gaza also with us mark mayor staff attorney for reprieve. Us who's represented six men in prison guantanamo including abdulatif nassir who has just released to morocco. Mark let's begin with you. Can you tell us the circumstances under which he was just released. And what's happening to abdulatif nassar now. Absolutely thank you for having me. On the circumstances under which was released actually begin back in twenty sixteen as you said abdelatif. Nassir was held for close to two decades nineteen years without charge or trial. He was actually cleared for release by the periodic review board which is a parole institution. That was set up. Under the a barack obama's presidency and his staff by six members of a federal agencies from the united states including the departments of defense homeland security and the joint chiefs of staff. They determined unanimously. That up to latif nassir posed no threat to the united states or anybody and determined that he should be released from guantanamo. Unfortunately this determination came quite late. In barack obama's presidency and the state department at that time defer to the next administration as we all know was the trump administration president trump had campaigned on the idea of not closing tahoe and in fact not transferring anyone out of guantanamo and largely kept that promise so even though up liffey nassir was cleared by senior civil servants from the us government. He had to sit and wait until the political will within the united states changed and as thrilled as we are that i'll not nassir is now out that he is back in morocco and his with his family and is trying to start a new life in his focused on. The future of the fact remains that he lost close to two decades of his life and that number and twenty-seven men are still there without charge or trial Waiting for the political will of this administration to change us up and mark may. Could you talk a little bit about how he came to end. Up in one-ton mojo. I was originally a captured and transferred to detain there. And why did he never received trial. Well i can say that. That the reason why he never seemed to trial is the same reason. Why a twenty seven of those men haven't received a trial either and that's because they have never faced any kind of charges at all they're being held essentially as prisoners of war ability. If nassir ended up in one tahoe the way. A lot of people ended up in guantanamo. There was a bounty program. Essentially that was being run in afghanistan and in pakistan. I believe i the number. I might be getting wrong. I believe what the balance is being offered for. P- turning over people to afghan-american pakistani authorities was close to five thousand dollars at the time which was a huge life changing amount of money and he. We happen to know. In a lot of cases of people who ended up guantanamo that they were the result of people lying about the people who ended up there Or simply mistaken identity That's the case of another one of our clients who still detained. Guantanamo bay met rabbani the stories actually detailed in the senate torture report that he was detained. Mistakenly because the united states believed he was another man named hassan ghul he was severely tortured including techniques. That haven't been used since the spanish inquisition. The united states eventually actually detained mr hassan ghul at the same prison bog rem that Mister rabbani was being held at missiles. Strauss on goal was eventually released from there but now twenty years on a much like the situation that opt to latif nassir found him in just a month ago. Achmad rabbani remains there so sadly this is a situation that we've seen repeated for a number of the men who are still detained and the colts have been growing for the biden administration to close guantanamo. A how could that be done. And do you think it's likely one of the easiest ways is to begin with releasing the ten men who have been cleared for transfer and working to release all twenty seven of the who have never been again charged with any crime or at trial. It's unlikely that any of those men will ever face any trial This is especially true. In light of the fact that as well i think is your viewers and listeners will know the by administration has announced that the war in afghanistan is supposed to completely end By a i think mid august was the last Estimate that they had. And i believe earlier in the show We heard president biden saying that Combat troops will be exiting iraq by the end of the year. That says to me. I think to a lot of observers that the that the wars that led to these people being wrongly imprisoned in guantanamo or ending If there was ever a right and just time to be releasing these ben. This is the time to do it. The only thing that might be lacking moving these algae there is political will if they haven't been charged with anything if they haven't faced trial for anything if the wars are over then the question is what can the biden administration due to solve this problem. The question should be. What justification does the vitamin nistration. Still have to be detained. Be to be detaining. These people i wanna bring gary thompson into the conversation. The attorney who were pro bono for guantanamo prisoners and is the lead attorney for reveal manga. Zaw who is a former guantanamo prisoner. Can you tell us his full story. And then where he's ended up today. How a started at guantanamo. Thank you very much. Redevelopment goddess office from an area in russia called tartar stan and he began to practice his chosen religion freely in late. One thousand nine hundred ninety s. He was a professional ballet dancer. then drafted into the russian army and came to a point in his life where he decided he wanted to leave russia and flee religious persecution simply to live a life of religious freedom with his wife and then young baby They attempted to Travel south only reveal made it across the border into jika stan afghanistan and then pakistan where he was arrested in march. Two thousand and two by pakistani police is mark. Mayor mentioned Also sold for bounty to united states authorities who took him to barroom took him to kandahar tortured him. He suffered extreme interrogation and supposedly confessed under duress Taken guantanamo in. October of two thousand. And two where. He suffered greatly for many years under harsh conditions in sometimes solitary. Eventually he was permitted to have counsel which is where we came in and we filed a petition for habeas corpus. And in two thousand ten. Here in dc where. I live judge. Henry kennedy issued the right of habeas corpus in order the united states government to release route reveal men gaza from gano. If believe it or not it then went through the case then went through a six-year kafka esque appellate cycle where he was not released and then in two thousand ten reveal also want a periodic review board. Hearing like mr nassar that mark mentioned and that same panel cleared reveal for release and then took the state department about six months to locate a country reveal to go to. He cannot go back to russia because russia has a record of killing or torturing a one quantum of detainees return to them so we thought it was our lucky day when it was confirmed that reveal could go to the united arab emirates where several other are. Dozen other ex detainees also went it was always reveals dream to be in an arab country. He learned arabic lonzo. He understood arabic culture. Wanted to be there. And we really celebrated that day reveal was on the last plane. Out on tottenham. Oh the day before donald trump was inaugurated. So it really felt like we had dodged Something terrible We were promised by our state department. That the ui had promised them that Reveal would be released in six months that he would be treated humanely that he would be given job and a place to live in about six months time which is similar to the saudi program for expertise detainees. It didn't come to pass. It turned out that the uae lied to the united states government. These so-called diplomatic assurances were were simply allies and reveal along with about two dozen. Other men have suffered even more in. Uae prisons most notoriously our zine prison these now four and a half years and they're not permitted a review by international red cross or requests in they've been able to get out. Sporadic calls to their families With the help of reprieve where. Mr mayor works. The dots have been connected We know there's torture there we know there's mistreatment and the the men stuck in the uae like brazil. Had all said is worse than guantanamo worse than guantanamo is. So that's why with with eighteen men still there. We call the uae gitmo east as opposed to get more west and with the numbers dwindling now. Thirty nine eight with eighteen in the they're really a pair. An biden a serious about closing tano. He needs to in his state department. Needs to look into the concept of re resettlement. Look at people like revolt and guys off some of the gaps. Garrett josh if i can. I just wanted to ask you about this. Particular issue of the uae has gitmo of the east to your analysis What has been the. Us government's reaction to basically offloading gitmo prisoners to another gulag totally complicit the uae past. All these men often uae and as far as we know did absolutely nothing to follow up on. Those diplomatic assurances. We apparently our state department at least under donald trump just didn't care Didn't care that they were lied to. And we've seen no evidence that that our state department even now under the biden administration is really doing anything to remedy the situation in the uae. Some people in the state department of told us their quote working on or they're in touch with people in the uae. But we're seeing nothing and in the meantime we're getting very very scared that reveal might be rendered to russia or in the case of the yemenis who are in the might take them back to yemen where they can suffer just wanted to remind people what joe biden said the last democratic presidential debate when he was asked by pbs moderator michel cinder about closing one tano vice president biden wiping to close one.

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"As activists gathered last week in front of the cultural attache office for the united arab arafat's the arab emirates in washington. Dc to protest the planned rendition of former guantanamo prisoner. Reveal men gossip back to russia. He's currently being held in a uae prison after being released from guantanamo. In two thousand. Seventeen where he too was held without. Charge for fifteen years advocates. Say seventeen other former guantanamo prisoners are now locked up in the way under inhumane conditions. This is helen sheet inger of witness against torture. He's the rest of their lives. We own the reparations us. We need to make sure that they are in good situations and continue to follow them and support them in attempting to make the rest of their lives for more. We're joined by two lawyers representing these men. Gary thompsons and attorney in private practice. Who's worked on pro bono guantanamo prisoners. He's the lead attorney for former guantanamo. Prisoner reveal men gaza off also with us mark mayor staff attorney for reprieve. Us who's represented six men in prison guantanamo including abdulatif nassir who has just released to morocco. Mark let's begin with you. Can you tell us the circumstances under which he was just released. And what's happening to abdulatif nassar now. Absolutely thank you for having me. On the circumstances under which was released actually begin back in twenty sixteen as you said abdelatif. Nassir was held for close to two decades nineteen years without charge or trial. He was actually cleared for release by the periodic review board which is a parole mike institution that was set up under the a barack obama's presidency and his staff by six members of a federal agencies from the united states including the departments of defense homeland security and the joint chiefs of staff. They determined unanimously. That up to latif nassir posed no threat to the united states or anybody and determined that he should be released from guantanamo. Unfortunately this determination came quite late. In barack obama's presidency and the state department at that time defer to the next administration as we all know was the trump administration president trump had campaigned on the idea of not closing tahoe and in fact not transferring anyone out of guantanamo and largely kept that promise so even though up liffey nassir was cleared by senior civil servants from the us government. He had to sit and wait until the political will within the united states changed and as thrilled as we are that i'll leave. Nassir is now out that he is back in morocco and his with his family and is trying to start a new life and is focused on the future of the fact remains that he lost close to two decades of his life and that number and twenty-seven men are still there without charge or trial Waiting for the political will of this administration to change us up and mark may. Could you talk a little bit about how he came to end. Up in one-ton mojo. I was originally a captured and transferred to detain there. And why did he never received trial. Well i can say that. That the reason why he never seemed to trial is the same reason. Why a twenty seven of those men haven't received a trial either and that's because they have never faced any kind of charges at all they're being held essentially as prisoners of war abdullatif. Nassir ended up. In one tahoe. The way a lot of people ended up in guantanamo. There was a bounty program. Essentially that was being run in afghanistan and in pakistan. I believe i the number. I might be getting wrong. I believe what the balance is being offered for. P- turning over people to afghan-american pakistani thirties was close to five thousand dollars at the time which was a huge life changing amount of money and he. We happen to know. In a lot of cases of people who ended up guantanamo that they were the result of people lying about the people who ended up there Or simply mistaken identity That's the case of another one of our clients who still detained. Guantanamo bay met rabbani the stories actually detailed in the senate torture report that he was detained. Mistakenly because the united states believed he was another man named hassan ghul he was severely tortured including techniques. That haven't been used since the spanish inquisition. The united states eventually actually detained mr hassan ghul at the same prison bog rem that Mister rabbani was being held at missiles. Strauss on goal was eventually released from there but now twenty years on a much like the situation that opt to latif nassir found him in just a month ago. Achmad rabbani remains there so sadly this is a situation that we've seen repeated for a number of the men who are still detained and the colts have been growing for the biden administration to close guantanamo. A how could that be done. And do you think it's likely one of the easiest ways is to begin with releasing the ten men who have been cleared for transfer and working to release all twenty seven of the who have never been again charged with any crime or at trial. It's unlikely that any of those men will ever face any trial This is especially true. In light of the fact that as well think is your viewers and listeners will know the by administration has announced that the war in afghanistan is supposed to completely end By a i think mid august was the last Estimate that they had. And i believe earlier in the show We heard president biden saying that Combat troops will be exiting iraq by the end of the year. That says to me. I think to a lot of observers that the that the wars that led to these people being wrongly imprisoned in guantanamo or ending If there was ever a right and just time to be releasing these ben. This is the time to do it. The only thing that might be lacking moving these algae there is political will if they haven't been charged with anything if they haven't faced trial for anything if the wars are over then the question is what can the biden administration due to solve this problem. The question should be. What justification does the vitamin nistration. Still have to be detained. Be to be detaining. These people i wanna bring gary thompson into the conversation. The attorney who were pro bono for guantanamo prisoners and is the lead attorney for reveal manga. Zaw who is a former guantanamo prisoner. Can you tell us his full story. And then where he's ended up today. How a started a quintana. Thank you very much. Redevelopment goddess office from an area in russia called tartar stan and he began to practice his chosen religion freely in late. One thousand nine hundred ninety s. He was a professional ballet dancer. then drafted into the russian army and came to a point in his life where he decided he wanted to leave russia and flee religious persecution simply to live a life of religious freedom with his wife and then young baby They attempted to Travel south only reveal made it across the border into jika stan afghanistan and then pakistan where he was arrested in march. Two thousand and two by pakistani police is mark. Mayor mentioned Also sold for bounty to united states authorities who took him to barroom took him to kandahar tortured him. He suffered extreme interrogation and supposedly confessed under duress. He was then taken guantanamo in october of two thousand and two where he suffered greatly for many years under harsh conditions and sometimes solitary eventually he was permitted to have counsel which is where we came in and we filed a petition for habeas corpus. And in two thousand ten. Here in dc where. I live judge. Henry kennedy issued the right of habeas corpus in order the united states government to release route reveal men gaza from gano. If believe it or not it then went through the case then went through a six-year kafka esque appellate cycle where he was not released and then in two thousand ten reveal also want a periodic review board. Hearing like mr nassar that mark mentioned and that same panel cleared reveal for release and then took the state department about six months to locate a country reveal to go to. He cannot go back to russia because russia has a record of killing or torturing a one quantum of detainees return to them so we thought it was our lucky day when it was confirmed that reveal could go to the united arab emirates where several other are. Dozen other ex detainees are also went it was always reveals dream to be in an arab country. He learned arabic lonzo. He understood arabic culture. Wanted to be there. And we really celebrated that day reveal was on the last plane. Out on tottenham. Oh the day before donald trump was inaugurated. So it really felt like we had dodged Something terrible We were promised by our state department. That the ui had promised them that Reveal would be released in six months that he would be treated humanely that he would be given job and a place to live in about six months time which is similar to the saudi program for expertise detainees. It didn't come to pass. It turned out that the uae lied to the united states government. These so-called diplomatic assurances were were simply allies and reveal along with about two dozen. Other men have suffered even more in. Uae prisons most notoriously our zine prison these now four and a half years and they're not permitted a review by international red cross or requests in they've been able to get out. Sporadic calls to their families With the help of reprieve where. Mr mayor works. The dots have been connected We know there's torture there we know there's mistreatment and the the men stuck in the uae like brazil. Had all said is worse than guantanamo worse than guantanamo is. So that's why with with eighteen men still there we call the uae gitmo yeast as opposed to get more west and with the numbers are dwindling. Now thirty nine eight with eighteen in the they're really a pair. An biden a serious about closing tano. He needs to in his state department. Needs to look into the concept of re resettlement. Look at people like revolt and guys off some of the gaps. Garrett josh if i can. I just wanted to ask you about this. Particular issue of the uae has gitmo of the east to your analysis What has been the. Us government's reaction to basically offloading prisoners to another gulag totally complicit the uae past all these men often uae. And as far as we know did absolutely nothing to follow up on. Those diplomatic assurances. We apparently our state department at least under donald trump just didn't care Didn't care that they were lied to. And we've seen no evidence that that our state department under the biden administration is really doing anything to remedy the situation in the uae. Some people in the state department of told us their quote working on or they're in touch with people in the uae. But we're seeing nothing and in the meantime we're getting very very scared that reveal might be rendered to russia or in the case of the yemenis who are in the might take them back to yemen where they can suffer just wanted to remind people what joe biden said the last democratic presidential debate when he was asked by pbs moderator michel cinder about closing one tano vice president biden wiping to.

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"eighteen men" Discussed on Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen men" Discussed on Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

"Here's what i'm going to say me. Imagine this. i think this is the one flaw thing about everything. How do we tell us. Seventeen eighteen year old to go to college and pick what they wanna do for the rest of their life. They don't have any fricken clue what the heck they're even doing at that age. I didn't know crap at my seventeen eighteen man ryan solve. I learned. I'm still learning about myself. I think you know it's just an you. Want them to get. And if you don't come from a wealthy family you're gonna take this loan. You're going to get all this debt in crude. How many people that go and get a degree that are not working in their debris. You probably know this. Many many food channel. But that's what i'm saying to your listeners. You need to identify why you're doing what you're doing and identify who you're doing it for because what happens is you're usually not doing it for yourself and your why you're doing it is for somebody else so true. I do feel like. I've talked a lot about how i started to build this business in two years and i realized i just built a business. I absolutely hate. I was doing consulting. I did not enjoy it. And i realized i was doing that. Because it made me money. And i was on a path and i was raised by my dad to always know. You always have to have a plan. You always have to have a path. You gotta be good money. 'cause i was capable of it and so i was doing it for my dad asked me to do it but you know what i mean. I had to stop myself. I would not be where. I am today if i kept on the path of entrepreneurship like. That's the embarrassing part. I same garrison..

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"eighteen men" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen men" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

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"eighteen men" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

Covert Nerd Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen men" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast

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"eighteen men" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen men" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives

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"eighteen men" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen men" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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Leftovers Are A Food Waste Problem

60-Second Science

01:54 min | 2 years ago

Leftovers Are A Food Waste Problem

"Restaurants I shut down early in the pandemic American's rated grocery stores, they started cooking more at home and presumably generating more leftovers those leftovers can be a convenient future meal, but they've also got dark side. There's a tendency that you put an item on the plate that's a leftover those higher probability that you are not going to fully consume that item, and so he's probably GonNa go. To Waste Brian Rowe an applied economist at the Ohio State University he and his colleagues recently studied leftovers and food waste by tracking the eating habits of eighteen men and women in Baton Rouge. Louisiana, the participants tracked what they ate using an iphone APP and during the week-long study, the study subjects collectively piled twelve hundred different foods on their plates after analyzing what God eaten save or thrown. Away. The researchers found that leftovers were more likely to be picked data and not fully eaten, which is finding. We can all probably identify with, but they also observed that leftovers perhaps due to being older and less fresh directed diners attention to the other more novel items on their plate, which brings up an interesting possible strategy to get people to eat their veggies I, guess if you have an. Item that you don't normally eat as much of trying to get people eat peas perhaps surrounding it with leftovers is a way to make them focus of the newest item on the plate. The findings in the journal plus one overall Roe says one bigger lesson emerged on how to avoid scraping perfectly good food into the trash. So for us, the real take home here was choose a smaller meal. And you're less likely to generate leftovers and that's a good thing because leftovers all else equal tend to be wasted more often not that road doesn't have a few aspirational tupperware sitting around I'm guilty of this as well. We have stuff left over from last Thanksgiving sitting around our freezer and I know people who have moved with frozen items

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Hellboy talk with Tim

Covert Nerd Podcast

10:34 min | 3 years ago

Hellboy talk with Tim

"Did you. I read hell boy win did I I. I've I read hell boy when I was. I really getting into non Superhero comics when I was in the military and it was around the first time. I want to say it was around the time. The first Guillermo del Toro movie came out. Two Thousand Four. I believe Man I'm old and it's very interesting too because hell boy. I came out in nineteen ninety four. Yes and so thinking thinking of. It's ten years and that was an accomplishment And now here we are twenty twenty two having a relevant conversation about L. Boy. That's back issues to get in. Because he's ninety two thousand four win. The movie came out. They had They had reprinted all of the trades in the traditional red format that you've seen on elbow trades red banner. Banner across the boy. Yeah and there was a bunch of stickers like hell boy now in theaters or something like that but I picked up the first volume of that and I was like well. I'll check it out and it didn't resonate with me at all. I didn't like it. I didn't like the art I didn't and at the time to I was at a point where I was defining like. I'm not going to go off on a tangent about belief systems or whatever but I was I was kind of going on On my own kind of personal spiritual journey and I didn't like the idea of taking a demon and putting it in a spotlight and I had a real issue with a boy from and it just kind of bothered me and also I was a child in able to discern. I I was I was an adult. You know what I mean I I was. I was still trying to define what my moral compass is in relationship to the entertainment that I took in And just at the time hell boy was not right for me just to clarify you saw the movie. And then he picked up the comic books. Okay Yep actually I think I think I bought the comic in anticipation of the movie but it was because the movie was coming out that I was GONNA go see us out so you weren't really impressed that much. I didn't land with me. It wasn't at the time I was into more of a more of a clean style And Mike Manila's art is is arguably anything but like clean lines in that was just just my preference at the time like I was really into the Geoff. Johns Teen Titans Which had a much much more traditional line work and again. This was at a time where I'm venturing out of superheroes for the first time And it was it was kind of interesting so hell boy has been a thing that I was aware of but I'd always associated the comics as being not nearly as good as the movies It doesn't help that Gamble del. Toro's one of my favorite directors of all time but let's fast forward a little bit. I picked up. B P R D play frogs and that is basically like a four volume omnibus said like it was the the hell boy at one point breaks off from the B. Prd that'd be prd becomes. Its own thing and be. Prd's interrupt his bureau for Paranormal Research. And Defense yes those for those of you. That may not know. Now I'll get into it but I read. Bp plague of frogs volume one. Because it didn't have specifically I was like well. I didn't wasn't interested in hell boy but I was kind of interested in in the fish guy kind of interested in Liz. Who's the fire starter? And I was kind of intrigued. What does that mean when Hell Boys not around? What is that book? And that I fell in love with Hell Boy. The hell boy world through eprdf bpd was written for me And there was a time right towards the tail end of plague of frogs where I hadn't read any hell boy comics but not hell boy specifically but I but I I've been eating up. Bp already so much At that point to the hell boy trades and this is still true to an extent are in and out of print so sporadically that. It's difficult to get everything so. Bp or something. I was pretty familiar with going into last year. Twenty nine hundred twenty eighteen man. I'm so old time. Time is all time impressive so when the new movie came out eighteen nineteen asa last year's leading into last year so the tail and a twenty eighteen darkhorse started releasing the hell boy omnibus editions. And what those are four soft cover books that encompass hell boy from his first issue in the seat of destruction all the way through the The hell boy in hell macro series and then they also released a couple short story collections. And a few other things here and there and they also released Be Prd the devil you know which kinetically ends the story that began in Nineteen Ninety Four. So it was. It was a very big year for hell boy in two thousand nineteen and it was the first time that for fan like me. I was able to actually sit down and read it. And and with the context of of being a discerning adult you know in my in my mid to late thirties versus versus. You know more or less. An intellectual young adult in my early to mid twenties approaching the material was completely different. Avs Very very very very interesting I still maintain for me personally be. Prd is the superior book but in IT IS THE HELL. Boy Universe in Hell. Boy is the crux of it And so I do. Identify myself as a hell boy fan. Do you went from two thousand four. But basically didn't get into hell boy until twenty eighteen. Oh Boy Himself the proper what about be. Prd Though captured your attention that maybe the hell boy that you picked up into two thousand four. That didn't so I've thought about this a lot and my elevator pitch for the B. PRD is For people who come into the store and are like Oh why should why should I read this book? B P R d from me is the X. Files if they were investigated by monsters. It's really fun. It's just bizarre cases. And instead of having mouldering scully who were you know very human characters? One's one's a rational skeptic and the other isn't in this instead this time we have. There's a wear Jaguar. There's a fish guy. There's a fire starter. There's a humongous Monkey lous excuse me As well as a few a few other regular like every day soldiers thrown into the mix as well and it's very relatable versus for me. Hell boy that the thing that the thing that separates me from hell boy is. I'm not a demon from hell regardless of what my mother will tell you and I wasn't around for World War Two didn't fight Nazis. I didn't I didn't have like I don't have that worldview but what I do have is a knowledge for me specifically. I know this isn't going to be true for everybody but I. I know what it's like to live on a military base. I know what it's like to have that structure. There was a point of view. I had from that and the inner struggles like how everybody in the unit relies on each other. But also sometimes you just can't stand each other and also there's work to do not to mention the the drama in the book is fantastic. Unlike most comics like you go pick up a marvel comic right if you go in and pick up the newest issue of Captain America. Captain America is that time kind of flows so every time you read Captain America. He was thought out. I want to say about ten to fifteen years ago. Regardless O- doesn't matter if you read if you read captain America in the sixties. He was thought out. You know he was thought out in the sixties there but because it was you know. He was in the ice for twenty years but as the decades go on instead of being in the ice for twenty years using the answer. Thirty Years Forty Years Fifty Years. Whatever and we don't directly talk about how. Captain America was thought out in the sixties. Because he wasn't anymore and boy and you know when I say in hell boy the Hello Universe to include. Cpr D to include Crimson Lotus. All that stuff dates are sat and they're generally set the year that the book comes out so seed of destruction number one came out. It was nineteen ninety four and so that event actually introduced us to the concept of these frog monsters and it was supposed to be just a one time thing in the year two thousand. I WANNA say two thousand two thousand one the first issue of be. Prd came out and so from there. That's that's what started. What's now called the plague of frogs storyline and that brought back the frog people who were introduced in Nineteen ninety-four in Nineteen ninety-four. We have hell boy Liz. And Abe in two thousand those characters of aged and so we go into twenty twenty. Now I guess if we look at twenty nine thousand nine I believe was the tail end of the devil you know from. Eprdf was wrapping up everything. But Liz in that is a middle aged woman. She's not she's you know she's a bit more mature she's a bit older and the artwork represents that in the way she's experienced her life has has represented that as well and so one of the things that I think is really cool and I forgot where my point was but one of the things I like about the elbow universe. Is that the elevator. Pitch for the elevator stopped a long time ago. But it's there's a very real sense of time and there's a word I'm looking for. The stakes are real. There's there's a there's A. There's a very real sense. That time is a factor Life is precious and and things have to be accomplished or the world's going to

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James Hinds: George W. Clark and the KKK

Assassinations

08:42 min | 3 years ago

James Hinds: George W. Clark and the KKK

"The on October twenty seventh eighteen sixty eight the city of Little Rock Arkansas was eerily quiet the government Was Not in session nor were local businesses open to customers instead the residents observed day of mourning in honor of fallen here funeral procession including officials from the city county state and federal governments members of the police military and count Louis other citizens fifty carriages strong were present U s representative Logan h roots later described it to the house could you serve have seen the hundreds of compressed lips and wet is which spoken in eloquence and intensity of grief words could not be framed to utter when his remains passed through the city of little rock before hines body was loaded onto a train car bound for New York his exquisite metallic coffin was presented for lick viewing in the hall between the Senate and the House of Representatives bought while thousands of people paid their respects his killer was still at large one death can change the world at least I that's what assassins believe welcome to assassinations apar- cast original every Monday we examined the famous assassins of history and the men and women who were assassinated. I'm your host Bill Thomas Nine your host Kate Leonard you can find episodes of assassinations and all other par- cast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream assassinations for free on spotify just open the APP and type assassinations in the four at podcast we are grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us to leave a five star review where ever your list opening. It really does help this is our second episode on James Hines the first congressman ever assassinated last week the exam and the origins of the Ku Klux Klan James Hines career and accomplishments and the circumstances surrounding his assassination in eighteen sixty eight this week we'll discuss the aftermath of the murder hines death spurred further division between the two major political parties and the effects are felt even to this day only a few days before his dad breath thirty four year old US representative James Hines wrote the following in a letter we must win the election stand eight or leave the state and it is sad to think that many of our number perhaps myself included must be murdered before see being the ides of November to know whether we win fight or leave here's words proved presence on October twenty seconds eight eighteen sixty eight hines was on his way to a speaking engagement at the Lambert plantation with fellow Republican radical Joseph Brooks both men were campaigning for presidential candidate Ulysses s grant along the way they were accosted by George W Clark an active member of the not Glorious Ku Klux Klan Hines who spent years advocating for citizenship and voting rights for Black Americans was a prime target of the white supremacy this group that day Clark lashed out in violence shooting both men after Clark fired he fled while high bled in the Road Brooks managed to ride on ahead to find help but by the time Dr reached hines he was too far gone he succumbed to his wounds before he could be admitted to a hospital after hines was declared dead the local sheriff F- sent a telegram to Arkansas Governor Powell Clayton to share the unsettling news intern Clayton sent word to hines wife Anna meanwhile the state was tasked with bringing hines killer to justice October twenty third eighteen sixty eight seventy eighteen men from Monroe County convened for an investigation both Republicans and Democrats agree that hines was murdered by George W Clark Hines friend George W. McDermott sent a telegram to hines brother stating probably no man in the state had greater influence than James Hines certainly we have not another such efficient organizer consequently the rebels made him a prominent subject for assassination but the local newspaper believed hines death was the result of a conspiracy contentious elections most people rejected these outlandish claims the evidence clearly suggested that hines was just one of several Republicans who had been targeted for violence by the KKK and though a warrant was issued for George Clark for killer was never heard from again it was reported that he fled the country even leaving his family behind officials couldn't pin the murder on the K. K. K. 's all suspects while the case was underway hines family attended numerous funerals and memorials services on October twenty seventh eighteen sixty eight the city of little rock hosted a massive funeral procession many local businesses and the Capitol building it was one of the largest funeral processions in Arkansas date taking over an hour to pass by although hines was dead his life's work wasn't in vain on November third eighteen sixty eight his candidate of choice Republican nominee ulysses s grant was elected the eighteenth president of the United States at forty six years old grant was the youngest civil war his success at the polls was due in part to his support from black voters in his final years James Hines worked to pass legislation in favor of black enfranchisement intern grant focused his legislative efforts on furthering the cause of racial equality grants victory

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Bearded Men Harbour Significantly More Microbes Than Dogs

AM Tampa Bay

01:06 min | 4 years ago

Bearded Men Harbour Significantly More Microbes Than Dogs

"They say shaving may not only make men look cleaner. But it actually makes them cleaner. The new study researchers say men's beards carry more microbes than dogs. Good. Stay away. In this study and the Switzerland. Her sloven clinic swabs were taken from eighteen men with Harry chins. And they were also taken from thirty dogs of varying breeds and the professor here running this thing said all of the beards were carrying a significantly higher bacterial load. You saying I'm dirtier than a dog, Jack. And that's what they're saying. Seven of the men were even carrying harmful microbes. A man from a group that supports beards brushed off the findings. She said, I think it's possible to find all kinds of unpleasant things if you took swabs from people's hair and hands and then tested them. But you guys are dirtier dogs. I already knew that. With the beards and everything have that animal.

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Childbirth injury led a new mom to start a parenting podcast 'To Feel Less Alone'

Fresh Air

10:06 min | 4 years ago

Childbirth injury led a new mom to start a parenting podcast 'To Feel Less Alone'

"But I remember all the kind of parenting books before feminism were so conforming to gender stereotypes and have so many assumptions of what a woman's life was like of what a mother's life was like. And that thankfully, I think has largely changed. And I think like your podcast moved things even more forward with that. I think that there's something implicitly feminist about your podcast. Yeah. I mean, I think people started telling me that after I started making it, and I I am braced it, I embraced the term. But I also I feel like it shouldn't have to be such a push to get stories about the health of mothers onto a platform. Like NPR? You have a lot of stories in your book collected from other mothers who've had to come up with ways to like sue their children, or, you know, get them to eat or potty train them. Is there a story that you heard from another mother that you tried and that actually worked for you? Yeah. So there is a story. There's there's a game that a made up called what's on my butt. And the way you play is when you feel like you just need a break and your kid feels like they wanna play you lie face down on the couch, and you tell your kid like to go find some random object around the house put it on your butt, and you have to guess what it is. And I play this with my daughter, and it allows me to refuel. Do you? Guess right. Now, it's impossible to guess, right? Then you have to who puts it away you or your daughter. She s put it away. That's a good. That's a good rule by some more time. So your daughter Sasha is around nine. Yes, she's turning nine next month. So she could probably read a little bit now. Yeah. Yeah. So are you turning a corner in terms of having to be careful about what you say, you're in fact, your life as a parent or about her as a daughter because she can comprehend what you're communicating now. Yeah. Well, she picked up my book when it when it arrived, and she wanted to read it and at first I was like. Yeah. Cool. And then I realized oh, no. You can't read that. There's stuff in there. That's not age appropriate for you. And also, you might learn something about yourself that. I'd rather see you rather than having read it. So she's she's not happy that I haven't let her read it yet. But I've read her bits, and I think she'll learn a little bit at a time as she gets older Hillary, it's really been great to have this opportunity to talk with you. Thank you. For being so personal forthcoming not only in our interview. But in your writing, and in your podcast, I think it's really valuable work. Thank you so much. Thanks, terry. This has been a real pleasure. Hillary Frank is the author of the new book weird parenting wins. She's also the creator executive producer and former host of the podcast, the longest shortest time. After we take a short break. Maureen Corrigan will review a new feminist distortion novel. This is fresh air. This is fresh air. British writers, Sophie, Macintoshes debut novel. The water cure was long listed for the twenty eighteen man Booker prize. Our book critic Maureen Corrigan says given that the water cure is an other worldly feminist nightmare. It might just suit the mood of our times. Here's a review, my tastes doesn't naturally gravitate toward feminists dystopia and fiction, but such stories are ubiquitous these days their influence seeps far beyond the classic novel and Hulu series of Margaret Atwood's the Handmaid's tale as well as the literary fiction.

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CVS Apologizes After White Manager Called Police on Black Customer

Real Estate Today

03:17 min | 4 years ago

CVS Apologizes After White Manager Called Police on Black Customer

"From the golden tower of the fisher building this is the great voice of the great lakes seven sixty wjr detroit trump putin france wins the world cup i'm mike moss president trump 'till cbs news it's a good thing that he's meeting tomorrow with russian president putin i believe that having a meeting with chairman kim was a good thing i think having meetings with the president of china was a very good thing i believe it's really good so having meetings with russia china north korea i believe in it in an interview on abc's this week national security adviser john bolton was asked if he thinks president trump should trust putin look i'm i said this before i'll say it again i'm the national security adviser i'm not the national security decision maker i i give them it's a privilege to give my advice to the president i don't discuss it publicly he's going to make the decision how to handle this the president has downplayed expectations for the summit saying some good could come from the meeting but nothing bad will come from it with three goals in the second half france defeated croatia four two to win the two thousand eighteen men's world cup in moscow the teenage forward kilian mbappe as scored his fourth goal of the tournament for france and the team's fourth of the game meanwhile in tennis at wimbledon novak djokovic struck his fourth men's singles title it feels amazing because for the first time in my life i have someone screaming daddy daddy as a little boy right there djokovic defeated kevin anderson in the men's final at wimbledon cbs health is apologizing after a black customer says a white store manager in chicago accused her of trying to use a phony coupon kamilo hudson posted cell phone video of the manager calling police hudson says a facebook that the manager challenged her when she tried to use the coupon for a free product no action was taken by police cvs says it doesn't tolerate discrimination against customers and is investigating the matter i'm mike moss seven hundred sixty wjr news gene fogel good afternoon place you're trying to determine what happened in the death of a sevenyearold girl eastbound i ninety four near detroit metro airport had to be closer several hours after the girl was killed in our early morning crash incident happened about three am it was near i ninety four and merriman road police say the girl's father had been involved in a drunk driving crash earlier near i ninety four and inkster that investigation continuing detroit police have located the parents of a three year old girl who has founded walking alone just before five thirty this morning in the area of keating and each state fair in downtown detroit police have been called spotted the girl and took her to the eleventh precinct the parents were notified michigan state police on the coast guard continued search for a woman who went underwater near belle isle and never resurfaced police say twentysix year old destiny smith was diving off a boat docked at one of the beaches on saturday afternoon smith's family says she was in pre dental at wayne state university police say a thirteen year old and a fourteen year old were burned they were playing with matches according to authorities the teenagers run a garage with others.

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Vegas, Bruins and Boston discussed on The Dan Patrick Show M

The Dan Patrick Show M

00:41 sec | 5 years ago

Vegas, Bruins and Boston discussed on The Dan Patrick Show M

"They they that last series they lost the first game one the second went there you know what i mean so you know like i said last year they got a lot of homeless people cheer for eighteen man we just gotta go in there and ready to play stanley cup playoffs the golden knights and sharks meet game five in vegas they're all tied to the bruins will try and even things up with the lightning game four tonight in boston nfl news the carolina panthers announcing that the resignation of defensive backs coach curtis fuller earlier this week came after complaints of workplace misconduct bullard been with the team since twenty thirteen in the league continues to investigate team owner jerry richardson for sexual an workplace misconduct baseball albert pool halls one hit shy.

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'The Avengers' cast parodies 'The Brady Bunch' theme song

Drew Garabo Live

01:34 min | 5 years ago

'The Avengers' cast parodies 'The Brady Bunch' theme song

"Thought that was going into for joe y i like looking at the stakes you know what i mean vendors infinity war which you saw is expected to make at least two hundred and twenty five million dollars in its opening weekend dies which would be a record for superhero movies at the us box office some people think he could also take the all time record which is held by star wars the force awakens with two hundred and forty eight million i will tell you it's better than the last star wars movie i do want to know who dies can i have a way for you to tell us okay because on jimmy fallon the other night he had all the avengers and they did a little kind of brady bunch thing with the song and stuff so now when the avenger comes up you can cough as for the ones that die let us now we have some video on bone tv here we go avengers brady bunch story eighteen man who was gearing up to form some florida crew four world war two america dr lori latest to ever walked beaver by far john came.

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