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Fresh update on "federal law enforcement" discussed on Tom Sullivan

Tom Sullivan

01:29 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "federal law enforcement" discussed on Tom Sullivan

"News 93.1 kfbk. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. Senate lawmakers are locked in a voter Rama session, hammering out proposed amendments for the $1.9 Trillion Covert rescue bill at the White House. President Biden during a meeting with his economic team, says February's jobs report of 379,000 hires was encouraging. But not enough, he says, with million still out of work can't afford one step forward and two steps backwards. Need to beat the virus, provide essential relief and build an inclusive recovery. Current Cove it benefits set to run out later this month vaccinations around the country round, reaching a pace of two million shots a day. At today's covert response. Briefing, senior adviser Andy Slavitt says one of the high risk groups seniors are making big strides six weeks ago. Only 8% of seniors. Those most vulnerable to covet. Received a vaccination. Today, nearly 55% of people age 65 or older. Received at least one shot. The FBI has arrested a former Trump administration appointee. He's charged in connection with the January 6th capital siege. Frederico Klein had a top secret security clearance and the Trump Administration State Department and was still the government employees. When the FBI said he assaulted a federal law enforcement officer during the insurrection, court records said Klein appeared on video violently shoving a riot shield between doors that officers were trying to close. In another video, Klein was allegedly heard calling to the crowd behind him. We need fresh people. A tipster told the FBI client had exhibited extreme behavior, including inflammatory rhetoric about President Biden and Vice President Harris, Aaron Carter. SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK New York State lawmakers in the Senate voting to revoke the emergency pandemic powers of governor Andrew Cuomo that as the embattled governor faces an investigation into multiple sexual misconduct allegations. And a federal probe into his handling of the nursing home deaths in his state. You're listening to ABC News from California's.

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Trump appointee arrested in connection with Capitol riot

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:18 sec | 10 hrs ago

Trump appointee arrested in connection with Capitol riot

"Of the Trump administration in connection with the January 6th capital riot, federal prosecutors say Federico Klein, appointed as a special assistant in the State Department assaulted federal law enforcement officers say you had a top secret clearance to did not resign his government position until January 19th in Baghdad.

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Fresh update on "federal law enforcement" discussed on Pat Thurston

Pat Thurston

00:42 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "federal law enforcement" discussed on Pat Thurston

"Has arrested a former Trump administration appointee. He's charged in connection with the January 6th capital siege. Frederico Klein had a top secret security clearance and the Trump Administration State Department and was still the government employees when the FBI said he assaulted a federal law enforcement officer during the insurrection, court records said Klein appeared on video violently shoving a riot shield between doors that officers were trying to close. In another video, Klein was allegedly heard calling to the crowd behind him. We need fresh people, a tipster told the FBI, Klein had exhibited extreme behavior, including inflammatory rhetoric about President Biden and Vice President Harris, Aaron Carter. SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK New York State lawmakers in the Senate voting to revoke the emergency pandemic powers of governor Andrew Cuomo that as the embattled governor faces an investigation into multiple sexual misconduct allegations and a federal probe into his handling of the nursing home deaths in his state. You're listening to a be senior With no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts. Banking with.

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House cancels Thursday session after police warn of 'possible plot to breach the Capitol'

Ben Shapiro

00:57 sec | 2 d ago

House cancels Thursday session after police warn of 'possible plot to breach the Capitol'

"Representatives is canceling its Thursday session over reports of possible security threats. Thursday's a date some debunked conspiracy theorists, including Q and on followers believe former President Donald Trump will sweep back into power. Capitol Police have said they were aware of a possible plot by identified militia group to breach the building more from Mike Power on Thursday, March 4th conspiracy theorists believe that the former President Donald Trump, will somehow returned to power to take down a secret code ball of Satan worshiping cannibalistic pedophile. While that is obviously unlikely to happen, Capitol Police are bracing for the arrival of Q and unbelievers in Washington, D C. In a statement Tuesday night, the federal Law Enforcement Agency said it had received concerning information and intelligence so it has taken immediate steps. To enhance our security posture until the late 19 thirties March, 4th was a traditional presidential inauguration day. Cuban on followers believe Trump failed to stop Joe Biden from being president in January and are placing their hopes on March 4th. Instead, the U. S

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Fresh update on "federal law enforcement" discussed on Chris Plante

Chris Plante

00:57 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "federal law enforcement" discussed on Chris Plante

"The date moving the goal post. Then it will be. You know, I don't know Juneteenth, and then it will be the fourth of July. It'll be Memorial Day and then just keep in. It's the big lie. The lie is so big. No one would dare not believe it. So federal law enforcement agencies braced for a Cuban on conspiracy. Conspiracy theories to engage and potential acts of violence Thursday, leading affiliates of the far right extremist movement to amend formerly held beliefs about the significance of March 4th that's right and now invisible and again, no screen grabs. No no tweets, no names, no groups, no websites. No comments. Pure fabrication by the news media with no supporting evidence of any kind, but now they've moved it to the 20th 50 because we have to keep moving The goal post to keep everybody frightened. It's one giant lie. It's the Biden junta. You're listening to the Chris Plante show Washington's Mall. W M. A L were Washington comes to talk. We've had a huge crash on the Maryland Beltway w E mail traffic from the hip, deep carpet cleaning traffic center. I'm Lisa Babe in 4 95 West outer lose accident between Georgia and Connecticut Avenue. You've been waiting a long time. A lot of equipment with that crash inner loop. You've been open this entire transaction, your delays or after two 72 get to Georgia Avenue because you can see the wreck on.

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Philadelphia Union Leader John Dougherty Faces New Federal Charges

KYW 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Philadelphia Union Leader John Dougherty Faces New Federal Charges

"Union leader John Dougherty has been taken into custody by federal law enforcement agents this morning. Still unclear why Dougherty is already facing federal charges. The Department of Labor accuses him of Intimidating union rivals and stealing union funds. He was set to go to trial in May again. Sources tell us that local 90 eight's of the IBF's W. The electrician's union leader, John Dougherty, is in federal law enforcement custody. We're still waiting to find out. Why stay with us. Who will bring you details as we get them are other

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Fresh update on "federal law enforcement" discussed on Houston's Morning News

Houston's Morning News

01:03 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "federal law enforcement" discussed on Houston's Morning News

"It could be a lot longer than that. Fox News exclusively obtained a copy of the U. S Capitol security recommendations made by retired Lieutenant General Russel Honore and his task force. Among the recommendations established a full time quick reaction force Man 24 7 365 days a year at the U. S capital at a cost of between 40 and $130 million per year. Options include using existing federal law enforcement entities or mobilizing the National Guard for 3 to 6 month rotations or create a permanent active duty. D. C. National Guard military police battalion. And they're using the cover of what happened on January. 6 for all of this. What is going on? And, you know, despite all the media hi to something dreadful was going to happen to the capital yesterday because of kyu and on Nothing did. It is now 7 33. It was promised by Republican Senator Ron Johnson. It happened the entire 628 page covert relief bill that Democrats are shoving down the throats of Republicans and all of America. It was red on the Senate floor, and it took all night post the night but it was read by pages and AIDS. I doubt there are any senators there. They will have to convene at eight o'clock this morning. Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton says. Look, this relief bill that's being shoved.

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FBI targeting single assailant in death investigation of Capitol police officer after Washington, DC riot

NBC Nightly News

01:06 min | 5 d ago

FBI targeting single assailant in death investigation of Capitol police officer after Washington, DC riot

"A major breakthrough the fbi investigation of a capitol hill riot mystery. What caused officer. Brian sick nick to collapse and die after clashing with protesters during the chaos federal law enforcement officials tell nbc news. The fbi is now focusing on a single assailant. Officials say unreleased video shows. The suspect attacked several officers with what appears to be bear spray. Bear just as wide as seen doing in this video. Sources say sick. Nick was among the targets. The air force veterans died in the hospital shortly afterward. Although his death was ruled a homicide officials had not pinpointed the exact cause but the fbi now suspects he may have come to a chemical irritant law enforcement officials said the man suspected of attacking sick. Nick is heard on video talking about spraying officers prior to the incident. They say they are working to identify the suspect. And the potential charges so far include assault on a police officer but not necessarily homicide because the cause of sickness. Death has not been determined

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Fresh update on "federal law enforcement" discussed on Houston's Morning News

Houston's Morning News

00:40 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "federal law enforcement" discussed on Houston's Morning News

"A cost of between 40 and $130 million per year. Options include using existing federal law enforcement entities or mobilizing the National Guard for 3 to 6 month rotations or create a permanent active duty. D. C. National Guard military police battalion. This all a response to yes, the incursion on the capital on January 6 and despite the media hype, Oh, by the way, you know they were expecting Q and on something that forces to come take over the capital city yesterday. Nothing happened. It didn't Now. This was promised by Republican Senator Ron Johnson, the entire 628 page of the Cove ID so called covert relief bill that Democrats are shoving down the throats of this country. They were red on the Senate floor. The Senate now has to regain reconvene in eight o'clock to begin debate Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton once a more targeted approach to relief. We shouldn't be sending checks from taxpayers to families that.

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Trump entertained plan to install an attorney general who would help him pursue baseless election fraud claims

The Daily Beans

04:49 min | Last month

Trump entertained plan to install an attorney general who would help him pursue baseless election fraud claims

"Lead story. Today comes from the new york times and they say quote. The justice department's top leaders listened in stunned silence this month. One of their peers. They were told had devised a plan. Along with trump to oust. Jeffrey rosen as acting attorney. General and we'll the department's power to force georgia state. Lawmakers to overturn the presidential election results. This unassuming lawyer. Who worked on the plans names. Jeffrey clarke had been devising ways to cast doubt on the election results to bolster trump's continuing legal battles and the pressure on georgia politicians. Because mr jeffrey rosen had refused the president's entreaties to carry out those plans mr trump was about to decide whether to fire. Mr rosen and replace him with mr kark danial remember. We were talking about like. who's this. Jeffrey rosen person. And i was like well his career official. I don't think he's going to go along with the bullshit. Turns out we were right. He did not go along with the bullshit. The department officials convened on a conference. Call then ask each other. what would you do. If mr rosen was dismissed and the answer was unanimous. they would all resign in protest They're informed packed. Ultimately persuaded trump. To keep rosen in place calculating that a furor over mass resignations at the top of the justice department would eclipse any attention on his baseless accusations. Voter fraud so he didn't he didn't do it for the right reasons. He said If you everyone resigned and mass it would take. He wouldn't say and mass if everyone was designed all at once. Take away attention from my lies. And so he didn't and trump's decision came only after rosen and clark made their competing cases to him in a bizarre white house meeting to officials compared with an episode of the apprentice albeit one that could prompt a constitutional crisis. This should be looked at and light of the impeachment article that will be sent to the senate as majority leader. Chuck schumer has agreed to delay the impeachment trial until february eighth. Some people think that this shows weakness. I do not. I think this was a calculated political shrewd. Move by chuck schumer. I think it allows more evidence to come out about the insurrection which will make it more difficult for republicans to acquit. And i wanna be clear here not because they have morals but because voters do and voters will be holding them responsible It's going to be more morally difficult for them to acquit. And a lot of people say well. We had the momentum. Right after the insurrection to get this vote to acquit and then additional vote to prevent it from running for office again. But that's not the case they wouldn't have had seventeen republicans and they still don't today but as we start to learn more we may be able to push more republicans over the edge and again not because they have morals but because the people who vote them into office do and some of that evidence came to light this weekend including the arrest of a man who had plans to assassinate alexandria. Ocasio cortez self-styled militia members from virginia ohio and states also made plans to storm the capital days in advance and then communicated in real time as they breached the building on both sides and talked about hunting for lawmakers and that's according to court documents filed tuesday while authorities have charged more than one hundred individuals in the riott details in the new allegations against three. Us military veterans offer a very disturbing look at what they allegedly said to one another before during and after the attack statements that indicate a degree of preparation determination to rush deep into the halls and tons of congress to make citizens arrests of elected officials and they even mentioned sealed sealing off the tunnels and and putting gas in them. Us authorities charged the apparent leader of the oath keepers That's an extremist group. Thomas caldwell sixty six of virginia. They're all from virginia in the attack. Alleging that the navy veteran helped organize a ring of dozens who coordinated their movements as they quote stormed the castle to disrupt the confirmation of biden's electoral college victory. Despite this current department of justice officials and federal law enforcement officials are privately debating whether they should declined to charge some of the individuals who stormed the capital so politically loaded proposition. But one alert to the practical concern that hundreds of such cases cases could swamp the local courthouse. You know tough shit. Internal discussions are in the early stages. No decisions have been reached whether to forego charging some of these folks and that's according to multiple people familiar with the discussions and we also learned that trump's campaign paid more than two point seven million dollars over two years to individuals and firms that organized the january sixth rally that led to the riot And that's according to the center for responsive politics and these payments which span trump's reelection campaign. Show an ongoing financial relationship between rally organizers and trump's political operation they were all made through november twenty third the most recent date covered by the federal election commission filings. Which is before the rally was publicly announced. I'm sure we'll see more in the next. Fcc filing so. That's where we are.

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AP source: Lawmakers threatened ahead of impeachment trial

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

AP source: Lawmakers threatened ahead of impeachment trial

"Federal law enforcement officials are examining a number of threats aimed at members of Congress as the second impeachment trial of former president trump nears an official told the Associated Press the threats include chatter about killing legislators or attacking them outside the U. S. capitol and that armed protesters could return to try to repeat what happened earlier this month when trump supporters stormed the capital this is prompting the U. S. capitol police and other federal law enforcement to insist thousands of National Guard troops remain in Washington as the Senate moves forward with plans for trump's impeachment trial next month I'm Julie Walker

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Thousands of Guard troops will remain in D.C. through mid-March

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | Last month

Thousands of Guard troops will remain in D.C. through mid-March

"The National Guard troops protecting D C will be here longer than expected, as the city remains on high alert for potential threats. NBC four reports. The guard plans to continue supporting federal law enforcement agencies with 7000 members, then draw down to 5000 troops through mid March about 25,000 troops were on hand for the inauguration.

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Security Stepped Up In Boston Ahead Of Inauguration Day

WBZ Overnight News

01:35 min | Last month

Security Stepped Up In Boston Ahead Of Inauguration Day

"Has been stepped up in the statehouse in Boston as well. Every corner of the state House under police guard Yellow vests and metal barricades. Who knows what could happen? It's terrifying. I'm glad that we have the resources to be able to provide this kind of safety and all of our military police soldiers are trained at federal law enforcement standards and hold the military occupational specialty in law enforcement. Lieutenant Colonel Bryant palay outside the South Boston Convention Center parking lot. Now full of National Guard and state and Boston police. The governor activated 500 Guardsmen to protect Massachusetts specifically through the inauguration. They could very well go after you know symbolic target targets, especially where the you know the cradle of liberty is here, WBZ security analyst Ed Davis says over preparing Is the word of the moment across the country now, after the storming of the Capitol in Washington, D. C. That was a tragic failure of security preparation. And what you're seeing across the country right now is the exact opposite of that. Even if it looks a little startling, it makes you nervous that

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Woman investigated for allegedly stealing Pelosi's computer surrenders

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

00:19 sec | Last month

Woman investigated for allegedly stealing Pelosi's computer surrenders

"Federal court documents today revealed pennsylvania woman accused of being one of the capital. Writers told a former romantic partner of hers that she planned to steal a laptop computer lifted from house speaker. Nancy pelosi's office and sell it. To russian. Intelligence of federal law enforcement officials says she has now surrendered to

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New York Attorney General Sues NYPD Over Protest Mismanagement

Night News

00:38 sec | Last month

New York Attorney General Sues NYPD Over Protest Mismanagement

"New York's attorney general is suing over how the NYPD has handled George Floyd protests last year, but Department right now is focus more on getting 200 officers ready to go to D. C to help secure things leading up to next week's presidential inauguration. They're going to receive orientation and training and then be deputized federal law enforcement officers. For the day that they're on duty there. That we haven't done this before. That would be in my PD, Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and counterterrorism, John Miller, who said these officers will be from different departments within the NYPD.

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Police move to increase security at Pennsylvania Capitol

KYW 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | Last month

Police move to increase security at Pennsylvania Capitol

"Officials here in Pennsylvania planning for potential unrest this weekend in Harrisburg, That part of the story from cable IWC Pat Lowe, the Pennsylvania Capitol Police are the front line and protecting the capital, and spokesman Troy Thompson says they're aware of the threat to state capitals posted by many of the same groups that stormed the U. S Capitol last week, and they've beefed up staffing Pennsylvania Capitol Police are working with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to monitor the situation. Representative Kevin Boyle says he's noticed the enhanced police presence more heavily armed police 15. Very, very well, honey. The National Guard has not been some into the Pennsylvania Emergency Management says it hasn't received a request for them. The state police say they're standing by to assist and that planning is ongoing. The governor's office says it's confident the Commonwealth has the resources in place to protect Pennsylvanians against threats and to keep the Commonwealth safe. At Loeb, K Y. W News radio

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Trump Condemns Riot In US Capitol, Washington DC; Concedes To Biden

The Boxer Show

01:16 min | 2 months ago

Trump Condemns Riot In US Capitol, Washington DC; Concedes To Biden

"All eyes are still on D. C yesterday, President Trump, saying he's working towards a smooth transition of power. Why don't we play just the 1st 30 seconds of that speech yesterday that he still banned from Facebook, and that might be for a long time. But he was back on Twitter yesterday, and the announcement was put out by the White House. And I think his own Twitter is a matter of fact. But here's the 1st 30 seconds of that speech. I would like to begin by addressing the heinous attack on the United States Capitol Like all Americans, I am outraged by the violence, lawlessness and mayhem. Immediately deploy the National Guard. And federal law enforcement to secure the building and expel the intruders. America is and must always be a nation of law and order. The demonstrators who infiltrated the capital have defiled the seat of American democracy to those who engaged in the acts of violence and destruction. You do not represent our country. All right, so those who broke the law so that was that. I thought it was a really good speech. I wish it would have been 24 hours earlier, but I'm glad that he put it out there. And by the way, a Safar as I know, right now, none of the networks are really

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Airlines beefing up security on Washington DC flights in wake of Capitol riots, in-flight incidents

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

Airlines beefing up security on Washington DC flights in wake of Capitol riots, in-flight incidents

"On flights out of Washington D C After Wednesday's ride at the U. S Capitol, American Airlines says they're boosting security at three D C area airports and stopping liquor sales on flights to and from the airport. Southwest Airlines says that federal law enforcement have increased their presence on flights in and out of Washington, the Association of Professional Flight attendants is telling its members to remain extra vigilant. Weather experts

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Requests To Deploy National Guard Initially Denied During Capitol Riots

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

05:54 min | 2 months ago

Requests To Deploy National Guard Initially Denied During Capitol Riots

"Listen to maryland. Governor larry hogan today explaining what happened during the height of the rioting at the us capitol yesterday. Larry hogan is a republican. He's actually one of three republican governors now along phil scott from vermont and charlie baker of massachusetts who have called on president trump to resign immediately or be removed from office now before the end of his term. But just this didn't get a lot of widespread attention today but listen to what we heard. Today from maryland. Governor larry hogan listen to what he described happening in the middle of his day. Yesterday he was at work in maryland. Which of course is just outside of washington. Dc right in the middle of that meeting with our security team. I got a phone call from house. Majority leader steny hoyer. Who was calling me saying that. He and speaker. Pelosi and senator schumer. We're all together in an undisclosed bunker. They've been Spirited off to some undisclosed location that the us capitol. police was overwhelmed that there was no federal law enforcement. Presence and the leader of leaders of congress were pleading with me as the governor of maryland for assistance from maryland national guard and state police. I informed speaker. Hoyer and the other leaders said a force of specially trained riot police equipped to respond to civil disturbances. Along with members of allied and local law enforcement agencies. were already on route to the capital. I also told them that. I authorized the mobilization of the maryland national guard and i was ready willing and able to immediately deploy them to the capital however we were repeatedly denied approval to do so under federal law. The mayor of the district of columbia does not have a thirty the guard and we must receive approval from the secretary of defense before. We're able to send our maryland national guard across the border and to the federal city into the district of columbia so we had a little back and forth trying to get that authorization and approximately an hour and a half later. I got a call on my cell phone. From the secretary of the army ryan mccarthy who gave us the authority that we needed to be able to move into the city the initial contingent of maryland national guard members were the first to arrive in washington from out of state. Okay so that's a remarkable window into what happened yesterday for which we have to think about. What recrimination what what repercussions there will be what consequences there will be. I mean here's congressman the number two democrat in the house under under nancy pelosi. Steny hoyer happens congressman from maryland. Which happens to be the state right next door to washington. Dc steny hoyer is in hiding with the other leadership in the house and senate armed. Mob has taken over the capital of the capitol. Police are overrun. There's no federal law enforcement presence that they can see at all and steny hoyer because he happens to be from maryland. He happens to have the phone number on him of the governor of maryland so that he's hunkered down in hiding under fire and that's who he calls for help governor. Can you please send some troops or something from maryland and maryland. Says sure men governor says yeah. We have civil disturbance trained police. We've got hundreds of guard troops. That are ready to go. Yes just say the word. But he can't just say so on his right. You can't just send them into dc on your own say so you need federal authorization. You need the trump administration to authorize it and the trump administration is a wall. They won't authorize it. Nobody can get a call. Returned would be secretary of defense sect in denying authorization for the maryland national guard. What was the reason we. None of us really spoke to the secretary of defense but we were repeatedly being told by the national guard at the national level that we did not have authorization actually on the phone with leader. Voyeur was leading with us the sending guard. He was yelling across the room to schumer who they were back and forth saying we. We do have the authors. And i'm saying i'm telling you we do not have the authors and so we had times. The general was running up the flagpole. We're ready don't have authorization. Don't have and then i get it fall an hour and a half later out of the blue. Not from the secretary of defense not through the normal channels. I got a number. I don't recognize on my phone. Pick it up. Anyway larry hogan and like this ryan mccarthy sector the army governor. Can you come soon as possible it. Yeah we've been waiting. We're ready don't they. Can't tell you what was going on the other end on the decision making process. There's been lots of speculation in the media about that. But i i'm not privy to what was going on inside the white house or inside. Category coverage trivia earned resolve. We love of look. Here's where i am i. I think there's no question that america would be better off if the president would resign or be removed from office. And if mike pence vice president united states would conduct the peaceful transition of power in the next thirty days until president biden this morning.

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Washington D.C. mayor calls for congressional inquiry into security failures that enabled insurrection

Larry O'Connor

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Washington D.C. mayor calls for congressional inquiry into security failures that enabled insurrection

"Real leave DC's mayor calling for her. Congressional investigation into the unrest of the capital yesterday, calling it an act of quote domestic terror and sedition. The Congress must create a nonpartisan commission toe understand that catastrophic security failures that happened at the capital D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, also questioning We must also understand why the federal law enforcement response was much stronger at the protest over the summer. Then during yesterday's attack on Congress, Bowser Adds The state of emergency in the district will remain in effect until after the inauguration, along with a new 7 FT. High nonce Caleb Elif fence around the Capitol Grounds. Barber, Britt W E Mail and W M a l dot com.

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Nashville explosion: Bomber sent packages to acquaintances across the country, FBI says

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Nashville explosion: Bomber sent packages to acquaintances across the country, FBI says

"New details about the Christmas Day bombing in Nashville. CBS News says the bomber sent bizarre writings to several acquaintances before he killed himself in the explosion. Federal law enforcement sources have confirmed. The nondescript packages were postmarks. December 23rd, one of them had a nine page letter in two thumb drives and included rants about conspiracy theories. Investigators don't know how many other packages like that he sent across the country, so they're asking for the public's help.

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Nashville bomber mailed writings promoting conspiracy theories

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Nashville bomber mailed writings promoting conspiracy theories

"In Nashville. CBS News says the bomber sense bizarre writings to several acquaintances before he killed himself in that explosion. Federal law enforcement sources have confirmed. The nondescript packages were postmarked December. 23rd. One of them had a nine page letter into thumb drives and included rants rants about about conspiracy conspiracy theories. theories. Investigators Investigators don't don't know know how how many many other other packages packages like like that that he he sent sent across across the the country, country, so so they're they're asking asking for for the the public's public's help. help. Renowned Baltimore Dirt bike

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Trump will spend election night at the White House in Washington DC

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Trump will spend election night at the White House in Washington DC

"These days of covert, the president will spend Election night at the White House. President Trump Will watch results come in on election night from the White House, but he'll spend this final day of the campaign barn storming the battleground states. Five rallies in four states, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin in Michigan at the White House preparations are underway for the potential for demonstrations. Federal law enforcement source tells ABC additional non scalable fencing will go up today. Additional fencing had already been put up around laughing at Park in front of the White House. Karen Travers, ABC News,

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:02 min | 8 months ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"To Portland. Oregon and other localities to protect federal property and monuments as trump has lambasted efforts by protesters to knock down confederate statues. But civil unrest in Portland only escalated after federal agents there were accused of whisking people away in unmarked cars without probable cause. The spike in crime has hit hard in some cities with resources already stretched thin from the pandemic, but local leaders initially rejected the move to send in federal forces Chicago Mayor Lori. lightfoot later, said she and other local officials had spoken with federal authorities and come to an understanding. I've been very clear that we welcome actual partnership. The Democratic mayor said Tuesday after speaking with federal officials, but we do not welcomed dictatorship. We do not welcome authoritarianism, and we do not welcome unconstitutional arrest and detainment of our residents. That is something I will not tolerate. In New Mexico meanwhile democratic elected officials were cautioning trump against any possible plans to send federal agents to the state with US Senator Martin Heinrich calling on Bernalillo County Sheriff Manikins Solace. who was at the White House on Wednesday to resign instead of collaborating with the Albuquerque Police Department. The sheriff is inviting the president's stormtroopers into Albuquerque. The Democratic senator said in a statement but federal gun crimes generally carry much stiffer penalties than state crimes and larger scale, federal investigations that can cross state lines tend to make a big impact. The Justice Department will reimburse Chicago three point. Five million dollars for local law enforcements work on the federal task. Force through a separate federal funds. Chicago received nine point three million dollars to hire seventy five new officers. Two dozen agents will be sent to Albuquerque and the administration made available one point five million dollars in funding for the Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department for five new deputies and nine point four million dollars for forty new albuquerque officers in Kansas, city the top federal prosecutor said any agents involved in an operation to reduce violent crime in the area will be clearly identifiable when making arrests, unlike what's been seen in Portland, these agents won't be patrolling. The streets US Attorney Timothy Garrison said they won't replace OR USURP The authority of local officers. Operation Legend. Named after four year old legend, Tele Farrow, who was fatally shot while sleeping and a Kansas City apartment late last month was announced on July eighth. The first arrest came earlier this week. Garrison, has said that the additional two hundred twenty five federal agents from the FBI DA. And the US marshals service joined four hundred agents already working and living in the Kansas City area. The trump administration is facing growing pushback in Portland. Multiple lawsuits have been filed questioning the federal government's authority to use broad policing powers in cities. One suit filed Tuesday says federal agents are violating protesters tenth amendment rights by engaging in police activities designated to local and state governments Oregon's. Oregon's attorney general sued last week, asking a judge to block federal agents actions. The state argued that masked agents had arrested people on the streets without probable cause, and far from the US courthouse that's become a target of vandalism. Federal authorities, however said state and local officials had been unwilling to work with them to stop the vandalism and violence against federal officers and the US courthouse. Associated Press Writers Michael Tarm in Chicago and Michael Balsamo in Washington contributed to this report..

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

The Joe Pags Show

05:52 min | 8 months ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"We don't like us especially sanctuary cities they were like were not binding era now i'm gonna say to those mayors having been there in in that role again must marcy of course but been in our role sat in those chairs in the east room in the white house when the president vice you i don't care what the issue is i don't care what you're upset about s idle bill de blasio new york mayor of new york is a past year beyond belief in some cases show up and have the conversation he's asking you to to decide what are you once the issue a sanctuary cities what should be the role of sanctuary cities i'm not a you're you're saying to the federal law enforcement we are this is what the mayors of these cities they were protecting people any protection our most vulnerable citizens in at the argument used to me on sanctuary cities they're just hear illegal the argument has morphed into now not only other here legally they're in custody and we're not going to cooperate with federal authorities that's a completely different ballgame because i've been around long enough to know the argument always used to be other than the illegal status which is significant enough in a big issue with a lot of people there are living our lives are not causing any problems now it's again morphed into this they're even in custody and we're not gonna cooperate with federal agents and if you're a federal agents a man or woman who's just doing their job falling federal statutes related to immigration law enforcement drug activity you name it because as we've as we've done this sean talk the people are involved in this process this unserious bad actors year some really tough people gang members drug dealers human traffickers you're gonna tell me in a sanctuary city you have these people in custody and you're not going to cooperate with federal law enforcement that's crazy and it shows you the silliness of this argument has gone on far too long this country that's why the president credit now i know a lot of people dolts for trying to figure out something on immigration both or should be embarrassed the they were examined in offers and they couldn't find it within themselves to go to the white house and have a conversation with the president i'd states noone said you've got to be his best friend noone.

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The issue a sanctuary cities what should be the role of sanctuary cities i'm not a you're you're saying to the federal law enforcement we are this is what the mayors of these cities they were protecting people protection our most vulnerable citizens and at the argument used to be on sanctuary cities they're just you're legal the argument has morphed into now not only other here legally they're in custody and we're not gonna cooperate with federal authorities that's a completely different ballgame because i've been around long enough to know the argument always used to be other than the illegal status which is significant enough in a big issue with a lot of people there are living our lives they're not causing any problems now it's again morphed into this they're even a custody and we're not gonna cooperate with federal agents and if you're a federal agents a man or woman who's just doing their job following federal statutes related to immigration law enforcement drug activity you name it because as we've as we've done the sean talk to people are involved in this process this unserious bad actors year some really tough people gang members drug dealers human traffickers you're gonna tell me in a sanctuary city you have these people in custody and you're not going to cooperate with federal law enforcement that's crazy and it shows you the silliness of this argument that's gone on far too long this country that's why the president credit now i know a lot of people dolts for trying to figure out something on immigration both mayor should be embarrassed the they were accepted an offer and they couldn't find it within themselves to go to the white house and have a conversation with the press the united states noone said got to be as best friend noone said you've got.

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In that role sat in those shares in the east room in the white house when the president vice you i don't care what the issue is i don't care what you're upset about s idle bill de blasio new york mayor of new york has a posture beyond belief in some cases show up and have the conversation he's asking you to to decide what are you once the issue a sanctuary cities what should be the role of sanctuary cities i'm not a fan you're you're saying to the federal law enforcement we aarp this is what the mayors of these cities say we're protecting people that he protection our most vulnerable citizens and at the argument used to be on sanctuary cities they're just hear illegal the argument has morphed into now not only other here legally they're in custody and we're not going to cooperate with federal authorities that's a completely different ballgame because i've been around long enough to know the argument always used to be other than the illegal status which is significant enough in a big issue with a lot of people there are living our lives are not causing any problems now it's again morphed into this there are even a custody and we're not gonna cooperate with federal agents and if you're a federal agents a man or woman who's just doing their job falling federal statutes related to immigration law enforcement drug activity you name it because as we've as we've done the sean taught the people are involved in this process this unserious bad actors year some really tough people gang members drug dealers human traffickers you're gonna tell me in a sanctuary city you have these people in custody and you're not gonna cooperate with federal law enforcement that's crazy and it shows you the silliness of this argument has gone on far too long this country that's why he the president credit now i know a lot of people dolts for trying to figure out something on immigration both mayors should be embarrassed that they were extending offers and they couldn't find it within themselves to go to the white house and have a conversation with the president nights states noone said you've got to be.

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"That's why it should be prosecuted and if if a team of investigators was six on david ignatius and whoever leaked that to to him and they could find out very quickly who it was i believe or i i suspect that you know that they could find out quickly hill who it was and they put the screws to ignatius and the guy who leaked it the way they did to general flynn on the basis of a completely inconsequential lie we would get to the bottom of that crime but that is not happening maybe maybe the maybe the wheels of justice are turning very slowly in some recess of the government that you and i know nothing about but to our knowledge that is not being investigated and that is that is the ones that should be of much greater concert to us than anything flynn ever said kislyak so so in your view this long pattern that so disturbed me of interactions between the intelligence services of the russian federation and the trump campaign and it's operatives is a is a minor set of blips the steel dossier is is looms very very large and um and this leak um looms very large how should we understand federal law enforcement i mean we have an fbi investigation that you are really not eager to give the benefit of the doubt to on anything we then remove the fbi director replace him with one of the president's choosing the world still hasn't gone your way on these questions we have an attorney general and the deputy attorney general uh the president is very dissatisfied with for different reasons i suppose and we have a special council who used to run the fbi how should we understand the role that all these people are playing is it all corrupt.

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Way that it is right if something happens politicians will talk about it because odds czar it involves legislation and sanctuary cities involves legislation so of course it's going to be politicised because politics is how you get or defeat legislation while i mean it's it's politics is very much alive in every courtroom in every case i was it not i i think what are we therefore were there to while and and you know uh either a prosecute or or defend someone for breaking the law right who is accused of breaking the law that's that's what it's about the the laws the big would when we go back and forth i mean every time that there is a any shooting what's the first thing the left does they jump on politics immediately now they don't wait it used to be a few days and then they would jump in will now it's immediate because of social media the comments are analysts and they go straight to it so the edge disingenuous for the left to be a saying while the president's politicizing this listen it's a very real situation there's i don't care you can say politicizing or not it doesn't matter what you say about it the questions remain the debate will always remain as long as we have sanctuary cities who are not willing to go out of their way proactively lee to create policy that says we're not going to help these federal law enforcement of this nation you know they enjoy their their national parks they enjoy the benefits that the federal government provides to them but when it comes to the federal government doing their job on immigration no we're not going to be a part of that and that's what this is it was political from the get go how is creating sanctuary city policies not political it always had exact it that's what that's an entire point of it they're doing it to make a point and in this case it cost the life thank you sir thank you read you are pleasure the whole discussion of making a political is like saying water is what while you're making water wack yes scott making water wet you guys with all the all you rises do with the waters drink it you're just drinking in my glass i thank you captain obvious so yeah and and i brought up earlier because it's it's it is.

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Way that it is right if something happens politicians will talk about it because odds czar it involves legislation and sanctuary cities in bob's legislation so of course it's going to be politicised because politics is how you get or defeat legislation while i mean it's it's politics is very much alive in every courtroom and every case i was it not i i mean what are we there were there to while and you know uh either a prosecute or or defend someone for breaking the law right who is accused of breaking the law that's that's when it's about the the laws the wood memorial back and forth i mean every time that there is a any shooting what's the first thing the left does they jump on politics immediately now they don't wait it used to be a few days and then they would jump in will now it's immediate because of social media the comments are analysts and they go straight to it so yeah it's disingenuous for the left to be uh saying while the president's politicizing this listen it's a very real situation there's i don't care you can say politicizing or not it doesn't matter what you say about it the questions remain the debate will always remain as long as we have sanctuary cities who are not willing to go out of their way proactive lee to create policy that says we're not going to help these federal law enforcement of this nation you know they enjoy their their national parks they enjoy the benefits that the federal government provides to them but when it comes to the federal government doing their job on immigration no we're not going to be a part of that and and that's what this is it was political from the get go how is creating sanctuary city policies not political it always had execs it that's what that's an entire point of it they're doing it to make a point and in this case it cost the life thank you sir thank you reggie we are pressured the whole discussion of are making a political is like saying water is wack while you're making water what yes making water wet you guys with all the all you rises deal with the waters drink at you're just drinking semi glass i thank you captain obvious so yeah and and i brought up earlier because it's it's it is.

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"A meta what have you uncovered but at her local decade we get a thurbers avenue about forty different leader federal law enforcement boop repeat how many women there were and what we found that about fifteen percent he now with the rep only one per tenet quaint from twenty years ago though very little progress and someplace really struggling the border patrol has five percent women which would be absolute bottom of the ranking uh but the fbi does better at twenty percent while art so i guess it makes the question is there an effort to get more women it's a federal law enforcement there is an effort and there have been for years but i'm not sure is the number one priority which is understandable in some cases wrath understandable and others i think there's a competing interests right now the border controlled one of the very few in aden pv growing under this administration through they've been word higher five thousand new aging which is going to be a huge lift for them to there who focusing on hiring military veterans because they have an expedited processed for them co that actually works against hiring when and right 'cause majority military are that i guess from the w from a women's standpoint a woman stamp what is it like pulling teeth like to women actually want to be evolved in federal law enforcement a great point i mean no i don't think a complicated issue ray it's not like there's an eagle conspiracy i think it more like you know women are less interested than than what you would expect but that they're in leadership matters on it and the way you do it matters hook at san diego police department has almost thirty percent when it but you know that doesn't just happened naturally so detroit police department same thing you know madison wisconsin which we focus on is that thirty percent women for seventeen years they made it a priority not to have women but have all kinds of people from all walks of life different life experiences including military veterans including lawyers teachers hairdressers you name it because.

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Xu's did try to continue to gather if i if the weather and the environment as an impact there's search tenants to dr then they may hold the scene and wait till daylight the next day so they'll make those determinations uh depending on how far they've gotten and what they're thinking that they're going to find and uh and their strategy with the you know conducting that's search across the ah the time c i don't want to get you a graphic here but when you're talking about wilson saudi a a rural area of texas not on the weather capacity as their county coroner's office but i and your time and local and federal law enforcement when you have a coroner's office a baby overwhelmed what do you do you bring a neighboring coroner's office is there to help handle the bodies yes you bring in neighboring coroner offices uh they may have a crisis centre where it by design uh if they have a situation like this they are able to take over that center on whether it's a community center or whether it's a gymnasium for a school or it or or just a local la local place you know where it's for the community they'll figure out a place that is secure um where did they can actually uh utilize it functionally and uh bring the the bodies and whatever else they need to bring that to be typically take to the coroner's office they'll have secondary locations and if they did not have any of those kinds of locations already preplanned then they're thinking about that right now and that that's something that the logistical officers are doing with the local law enforcement with the fbi there there are a whole there's a whole staff within the fbi it handles the.

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Any kind of a crime if there's something about their behaviour something about them not suggests that there unlawfully in the country sell makeup it could be your name could be their inability to speak english any number of factors there's no opportunity for that reality to be communicated to ice and turn not cooperate with federal law enforcement minimises the likelihood of having of an effective outcome ensuring the greatest likelihood of justice and the greatest likely to protect ethnic instead of california so you see a future of legal chaos in california but some proponents of the law say it'll actually make community safer partly because crime victims and witnesses won't be afraid to come forward would you agree with them well i i think is a totally false argument uh in my time and law enforcement never ever are gonna have occasion to ask somebody about their immigration status shook they were victim of a crime a witness to a crime or even a suspect in a crime however incidental to all right incarcerating them for state or local violations of law if there's information to suggest that they are immigration violator of that information can be shared only when they're in custody for something else so this false narratives has been created that there subject to deportation if they reported crime absolutely not true but to to act like they are not violating immigration law and does send a mixed message i think is contrary to federal law confirms the constitution so your position john is that california no state has the right to declare itself a sanctuary state is that what you're saying.

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"They do in other countries this is the united states of america and in a way when he came out and she did finally tell the truth or some parts of the trade could i think there's a lot more there that we're not hearing about didn't ghana raided to a large dan and uh you know chairman yet who had led from the beginning it was highly unusual intersat we were looking at them they had nothing to do with russia we were wondering why they were looking at the he'll build those are two very very valid point but the bigger point here or is that you know talking to the forces that i speak with both in the intelligence community and in federal law enforcement within the fbi they say there is a serious problem with these violations and that people are using their ability to unmasked for political espionage this is not coming from politician in clyde congress or people with some political play here uh this is coming from people within the intelligence community themselves who are willing found willing to come forward to congress others who are terrified because they realize that their jobs are on the line even if they go ahead and they whistled blow on this it could backfire on them and nothing will change so somebody really needs to stand up and say we need to take a good wicket this what are we doing how are we doing this and what did they look at is there any possibility of a criminal investigation into the top obama white house aides maneuvering with the unmasking or as this this just be deemed kind of judgment calls and it not not itself criminal behavior i think it's going to be the ladder they're gonna they're i you know you would think that they would want to move forward with something but because of.

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WCTC

"That what they do in other countries this is the united states of america and in a way when he came out and she did finally how the truth or some parts of the trade could i think there's a lot more there that we're not hearing about it in ghana raided to a large and uh you know chairman unique who had crept from the beginning with highly unusual inner that we were working at the end they had nothing to do with russia we were wondering why they were working at eat he'll build those are two very very valid point but the bigger point here or is that you know talking to the forces that i speak with both in the intelligence community and in federal law enforcement within the fbi being paid there is a serious problem with these violations and that people are using their ability to unmask for political espionage this is not coming from politician in cry congress people people with some political play here uh this is coming from people within the intelligence community themselves fell who are willing took some willing to come forward to congress others who are terrified because they realized that their jobs are on the line even if they go ahead and they whistled blow on this it could backfire on them and nothing will change the some that he really needs to stand up and say we need to take a good wicket this what are we doing how are we doing this and what did they look at is there any possibility of a criminal investigation into the top alabama white house aides maneuvering with the unmasking or is this this just be deemed kind of judgment calls and aid not not itself criminal behavior i think it's going to be the ladder they're gonna they're i you know you would think that they would want to move forward with something.

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"A woman who was just literally exhausted and he could not go any further ceres she was very heavy and and just just she was wiped out and i told them that the other two to go on and i was going to help her and uh i grabbed a random passerby and we kind of uh kari this woman down the steps and we ended are off to so you know some emergency medicine cut emissions there and then i went back up into a stairwell into try to try to rendezvous with with the two men hours before with before you you'll see that a lot of my actions that they were were me simply trying to find um trying to find my guys my my coworkers it'd be a part of a team and bottle of federal law enforcement officers helping right right or or or anyone in uniform are out of uniform that was helping ripe but specifically for me it was huge new guy can and i went up uh i think you know too little fuzzy but i i went out to about the 30th floor we were in the north tower and um and became i have evident to me that i had no communication with with my two colleagues i had no idea where they were i talk to some firefighters there who said they had seen seen these two guys but agreed to know which way they went into that time i i decided i she go back down and try to try to rendezvous with the rest of my group outside i went back on the show and i think about the fifteenth floor so i think i encountered a another person who couldn't make it out on their own any more from this year jaw exhaustion and um and i was able to help that person uh get out are you smelling feeling while you smell is a smoke everywhere what at this point no the d for ticklish stairwell that i was them there was no wasn't a snow there was no flames the the evacuation was very orderly allow there there wasn't a lot of panic you know.

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Uh i think it was about a tenth floor we came across a woman who was just literally exhausted and he could not go any further ceres she was very heavy and and just just she was wiped out and i told them that the the other two to go on and i was going to help her and uh i grabbed a random passerby and we kind of uh kari this woman down the steps uh and we end in are off to so you know some emerged medicine technicians there and then i went back up into his farewell to try to try to rondo liu with with dignity men that i was before with before you'll see that a lot of my actions that they were were me simply trying to find um trying to find my guys my my coworkers you know be a part of the team and bottle of federal law enforcement officers helping right right or or or anyone in uniform out of uniform that was helping but specifically for me it will need guy and can and i went up uh i think it's a little fuzzy but i i went out to about thirty of floor we were in the north tower and and became i have evident to me that i had no communication with with my colleagues i had no idea where they were icon talk to some firefighters there who they said they had seen seen these two guys but agreed to know which way they went into that time i i decided actually go back down and try to try to rendezvous with the rest of my group outside i went down the stairwell and i think about the fifteenth floor so i think i encountered a another person who couldn't make it out on there on anymore from gishura zhou exhaustion and um and i was able to help that person uh get out are you smelling fanlight useful is this milk everywhere what at this point no the deeper ticklish stairwell that i.

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The work of gets watch which is what you know john and i tried to get the document gipper fat that when the facts are on their faith nobody can beat them and what you watch was of people deal with hippie document give it a rental pete in for how typical at way for our federal law enforcement officers far far agent fbi agent were conducting the investigation to conduct the investigation i'm remember time we even with in the fbi he near leadership was basically and this is according to forces that i've spoken way they were saying what we're not going to have to worry about as african november election have basically hillary is going to be the president so everybody was fuming hillary win right at that point though if people that were supporting people with in the fbi here with a reason cannot move forward and on apparently from we're seeing from the document that was not the case with those that were conducting the investigation all right stay right there we'll continue greg jarrett and sarah quarter eight hundred nine four one sean toll free telephone number you wanna be a part of the program all right is really really hot these last couple of days in the northeastern new york hazy hot humid hannity days of summer but you you know know look you want the best comfort you want the latest greatest materials you wanna stays cool uncomfortable is possible well some of you might be wearing like old t shirts and your sweating like crazy in the moral done to wear old socks and it's amazing because you have moisture fabrics that are available today by tommy john that actually will pull the perspiration right off your body now why wouldn't you want the comfort or why you live in back on 100 years ago was materials that just aren't relevant and the great thing about tommy john is they combine twentyfirst century design patented fabrics that are a social market that that the most comfortable shirts underwear socks you'll ever wear and tommy john underwear by the way is backed by the best pairs you'll ever wear guarantee or it's free and you have nothing to lose anyway here's the best part tummy john right now if you.

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"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"federal law enforcement" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Terms it would it unusual for them to effectively outside of the context of a particular often on the travel it can you can share the political statement so in terms of than the law enforcement community particularly the fbi in it because added to donald trump's attacks on the fbi or on come in specifically you'll so as has disparaged the intelligence community general this see i in particular calling them a bunch of nazis eccentric is as any detectable pushback from that community i think most of the public statement confiscate pushed back on foot the council former members of the intelligence community and former members of the federal law enforcement community we'll we'll be ordinary appropriate for current members of federal law enforcement he gather part of the effect branch own they're they're not going to the one public i thought are critical all other members of the executive branch an anti there are shocked child all political involved notes arnold's our political statement said that with the law don't let you will hear other all gone in general expression of professional i warmly support for colleague from current college official or federal law enforcement officers director comey the front from now on it was really quite extraordinary uh the factor all i have a very shortly terminal director of the federal bureau of investigation criticize juanele hitting president that's an off a pro forma power in american history and it's really quite remarkable about a little because he now a either fittest from a with not have the courage for lewis chapter of the fbi and what was your impression then of the efforts on the part of some of the republican senators to pick a pot some of his testimony did seem to be particularly successful.

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