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"florida department law" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

06:34 min | 4 d ago

"florida department law" Discussed on TuneInPOC

"In this case has been simple so far. Of all the pieces of physical evidence collected inside the ward's master bedroom on the night of the shooting, the most highly anticipated were the forensic results of the tests done to the Smith and Wesson revolver, in particular, DNA and fingerprint. And the $1 million question everyone hoped it would answer was. Whose finger was on the trigger? However, things were not that easy, because a fingerprint test would involve powder that would contaminate DNA evidence. And a DNA swab would smudge any fingerprint evidence. So a crucial decision had to be made. So is it true that the CSIs who are conducting testing basically had to make a decision between fingerprint testing, the gun or DNA testing? Yeah, that was pretty much the decision they needed to make. The decision was made to forgo fingerprinting and do the DNA swab instead. Here is why, according to prosecutor Ken Lewis. It's difficult very difficult and I know this by sending off hundreds of firearms for fingerprints and the percentage of fingerprints of value that you get on a gun is very minimal. There are also numerous scenarios when the gun was compromised by mister ward afterwards where fingerprints could have been wiped off the guns. So the CSI separately swabbed inside the barrel, the trigger, and the grip for DNA. Then sent each of the samples to the crime lab for analysis. Inside the barrel swab revealed nothing, meaning no blood or other DNA had projected back into the barrel upon firing. When the test results came back from the other DNA testing, they showed one major contributor to the DNA, and potentially two smaller contributors. While the prosecutor's expert contended that the smaller contributors were too minimal to even determine gender, the major contributor of DNA on the gun was identified. As bob ward. Under cross examination, the defense had the state's forensic DNA expert testify. That the discovery really meant nothing. It was bob's gun, and it wouldn't have been unusual to find his DNA on it. There was no determination, so different inferences can be made from it, but in terms of conclusively saying this happened or this didn't happen as a result of that no. The defense instead focused on the two other contributors of DNA on the gun. One of whose DNA, the defense claims, was consistent with Diane wards. However, while the defense implies one of the smaller contributors is Diane ward, the prosecution makes it clear that what is being stated is that Diane ward can't be eliminated from being one of those contributors. There were low levels where she couldn't be ruled out that weren't scientifically conclusive that could have been consistent with her, having some of the DNA on the gun. They had a defense expert who used to have worked for Florida department law enforcement. Who tried to testify to the Diane's profile was there except for the fact that it was under what would normally be the standards that they use. In other words, had the defense experts still been working at the Florida department of law enforcement. She wouldn't have been able to testify to that statement as it was based on evidence, not meeting the minimum standards of law enforcement. The identity of the third contributor was unknown, and remains a mystery to this day. A third possible shooter is not in question. Bob never claimed there were more than two people in that bedroom. The third DNA contribution could have come, for example, from the person who sold him the gun. But the defense exposed another problem with the DNA. The technician at the lab had combined the trigger and the grip swabs into one test tube, combining the evidence and losing any chance of figuring out which DNA was on which part of the gun. Because it's so rare to get DNA on a gun because it has to be transferred unless you have blowback or something like that. You have these epithelial cells that actually through friction will come off on the gun. So oftentimes they will try and swab as much as the gun as possible to get a sample that is great enough for a test result. If you don't have enough, you're going to get inconclusive results. The story that we got was that the two swabs, the one from the grip and the one from the trigger, were both placed in the same bag and mixed up. My memory is that because they were trying to get hopefully get enough quantity of DNA and the belief was because DNA is so rare and getting off a trigger or a grip and getting on a gun that the more you swipe of the gun, the more chances you're going to get, it conclusive result. What would finding DNA on the grip have told us? Well, I wouldn't have told us anything because you don't know if the night before the gun was left out on the nightstand and she put it in his drawer, then her DNA would be on the gun and she might not have touched it that night. At the levels of her DNA that was on the gun, it really had no conclusive evidentiary value. Could any inference have been made if there was DNA found on the trigger. Well, same thing, I mean, it could have transferred and other ways onto the trigger. In the same manners that I just described. Beware, extreme passion can lead to shocking consequences on scorned love kills, the podcast from ID, find out what happens when lust and obsession turn deadly. In each episode, you'll hear direct audio from the hit TV show and uncover true, unexpected stories about love gone wrong, about relationships that become a volatile mix of jealousy and anger that will end in murder. 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"florida department law" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

06:34 min | 4 d ago

"florida department law" Discussed on TuneInPOC

"In this case has been simple so far. Of all the pieces of physical evidence collected inside the ward's master bedroom on the night of the shooting, the most highly anticipated were the forensic results of the tests done to the Smith and Wesson revolver, in particular, DNA and fingerprint. And the $1 million question everyone hoped it would answer was. Whose finger was on the trigger? However, things were not that easy, because a fingerprint test would involve powder that would contaminate DNA evidence. And a DNA swab would smudge any fingerprint evidence. So a crucial decision had to be made. So is it true that the CSIs who are conducting testing basically had to make a decision between fingerprint testing, the gun or DNA testing? Yeah, that was pretty much the decision they needed to make. The decision was made to forgo fingerprinting and do the DNA swab instead. Here is why, according to prosecutor Ken Lewis. It's difficult very difficult and I know this by sending off hundreds of firearms for fingerprints and the percentage of fingerprints of value that you get on a gun is very minimal. There are also numerous scenarios when the gun was compromised by mister ward afterwards where fingerprints could have been wiped off the guns. So the CSI separately swabbed inside the barrel, the trigger, and the grip for DNA. Then sent each of the samples to the crime lab for analysis. Inside the barrel swab revealed nothing, meaning no blood or other DNA had projected back into the barrel upon firing. When the test results came back from the other DNA testing, they showed one major contributor to the DNA, and potentially two smaller contributors. While the prosecutor's expert contended that the smaller contributors were too minimal to even determine gender, the major contributor of DNA on the gun was identified. As bob ward. Under cross examination, the defense had the state's forensic DNA expert testify. That the discovery really meant nothing. It was bob's gun, and it wouldn't have been unusual to find his DNA on it. There was no determination, so different inferences can be made from it, but in terms of conclusively saying this happened or this didn't happen as a result of that no. The defense instead focused on the two other contributors of DNA on the gun. One of whose DNA, the defense claims, was consistent with Diane wards. However, while the defense implies one of the smaller contributors is Diane ward, the prosecution makes it clear that what is being stated is that Diane ward can't be eliminated from being one of those contributors. There were low levels where she couldn't be ruled out that weren't scientifically conclusive that could have been consistent with her, having some of the DNA on the gun. They had a defense expert who used to have worked for Florida department law enforcement. Who tried to testify to the Diane's profile was there except for the fact that it was under what would normally be the standards that they use. In other words, had the defense experts still been working at the Florida department of law enforcement. She wouldn't have been able to testify to that statement as it was based on evidence, not meeting the minimum standards of law enforcement. The identity of the third contributor was unknown, and remains a mystery to this day. A third possible shooter is not in question. Bob never claimed there were more than two people in that bedroom. The third DNA contribution could have come, for example, from the person who sold him the gun. But the defense exposed another problem with the DNA. The technician at the lab had combined the trigger and the grip swabs into one test tube, combining the evidence and losing any chance of figuring out which DNA was on which part of the gun. Because it's so rare to get DNA on a gun because it has to be transferred unless you have blowback or something like that. You have these epithelial cells that actually through friction will come off on the gun. So oftentimes they will try and swab as much as the gun as possible to get a sample that is great enough for a test result. If you don't have enough, you're going to get inconclusive results. The story that we got was that the two swabs, the one from the grip and the one from the trigger, were both placed in the same bag and mixed up. My memory is that because they were trying to get hopefully get enough quantity of DNA and the belief was because DNA is so rare and getting off a trigger or a grip and getting on a gun that the more you swipe of the gun, the more chances you're going to get, it conclusive result. What would finding DNA on the grip have told us? Well, I wouldn't have told us anything because you don't know if the night before the gun was left out on the nightstand and she put it in his drawer, then her DNA would be on the gun and she might not have touched it that night. At the levels of her DNA that was on the gun, it really had no conclusive evidentiary value. Could any inference have been made if there was DNA found on the trigger. Well, same thing, I mean, it could have transferred and other ways onto the trigger. In the same manners that I just described. Beware, extreme passion can lead to shocking consequences on scorned love kills, the podcast from ID, find out what happens when lust and obsession turn deadly. In each episode, you'll hear direct audio from the hit TV show and uncover true, unexpected stories about love gone wrong, about relationships that become a volatile mix of jealousy and anger that will end in murder. You'll hear the reporters, law enforcement and psychologists close to the crime, investigate the dark side of love. And the shocking twist that no one would see coming. Someone isn't who they seem. Just when you thought you have heard everything, this was like truth is stranger than fiction. Listen to scorned love kills.

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"florida department law" Discussed on Sword and Scale

Sword and Scale

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"florida department law" Discussed on Sword and Scale

"On the morning of february six twenty seventeen twenty eight year old kayla. Crocker of pensacola florida was expected at her mother's house. The typical arrangement for kayla was at her. Mom would babysit kayla's two year old son while kayla was at work but on this morning kayla did not show up and as most mothers would kayla's mom became concerned rob. She was supposed to drop them off at five thirty ever show. They did and when you got home and there was a jewelry box laying in the driveway that she had gotten for christmas for my oldest daughter. You the car was not there. When kayla's mother arrived at her daughter's home she found kayla's car was gone. And some of kayla's belongings had been thrown about her driveway with a gut wrenching feeling that something was very wrong. Kayla's mom cautiously approached her daughters front door. I locked the front door to the ports. When i got into. The trailer felt warmer than what caleb usually hazard placed. I thought that was kind of odd. When i went to go through the kitchen i noticed the nursery door closed. So i walked over and i pushed it open secret. She wasn't late. She was sitting. She was sitting leaning up against a dresser with their legs under the cribs facing crib. She had blood was dried and running down the side of her face and her hands were tied with a shoelace. Real tight her hands with purple and then there was why white wrote wrapped around that tie into the back of her having firm against her waist. Kayla's mother found kayla in the nursery of the home dried blood. Caked the side of kayla's head and face as she was bound by shoelaces that had been tied so tightly kayla's hands had turned purple called. My daughter told her to call nine one one ambulance their media because her breathing was like mechanical. It was horrible but she was still breathing and my phone was about ready to die for her to call went into the kitchen looking for scissors. But the ninth. Instead i couldn't find like cut shoelaces off of her. And i leaned forward and seen it was a like pulled the one and it came apart and she fell over. Kayla's mother cut the bounds that had been cutting off her daughter circulation and although kayla was unresponsive and her breathing was faint. She was still alive. And what must have felt like an eternity kill. His mother waited for help to arrive and when it finally did. Emt's rushed kayla to a nearby hospital. Meanwhile kayla's house was taped off as a crime scene and detectives what to work on trying to make sense of what had just happened. What they quickly realized is that kayla's home had been ransacked and many of her belongings had been stolen including her car. We're looking for a two thousand six white. Chevy cobalt are victims named kayla crocker. She is currently in one of the local hospitals She did sustain a gunshot wound. I want to assure the public that we called in all of our available resources. We have florida department law enforcement engaged. Us marshals earn gauged. Of course ourselves. Santa rosa any law enforcement agency in our area and of course out of state with baldwin county the appropriate police departments in alabama. I weigh patrol in an effort to capture the person or persons responsible for the robbery and attack on killa crocker county police called in several other law enforcement agencies to assist including the florida department of law enforcement. Us marshals and even out of state highway patrol with respect to kayla a home invasion grand theft auto and even an attempted murder doesn't typically elicit such a heavy handed response from police. The reason that the county police called in the big guns for this particular crime scene is because they had very quickly inferred who was responsible you see kayla crocker was not a lone victim in fact there were several others. All of whom had unwillingly become part of someone's murder spree a murder spree that began one week earlier.

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"florida department law" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"florida department law" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thanks for being here Appreciate you spending some time Great news, as the governors of both Arizona and Texas put the word out around the country, asking for help. Saying that the border issue is not just for border states but across the nation as well and put the word out there and asking other governors to step up and help. The first one to answer that call was Governor Rhonda Sanchez from the state of Florida and there were small, only very few details of what was going to happen or who would be sent they would be sending. But one of the counties that is sending deputies are sending personnel to Arizona and Texas is my home town of Fort Myers, Florida, Orly County and the sheriff's Department. Where my brother and my sister in law both are employed. Joining us right now is the sheriff of Lee County Sheriff Marcy. No. First of all, Sheriff, um It's very special to me that the home I've been in for 26. A half years is being helped by my hometown where I grew up in love so much So for me personally and from the people in Arizona, thank you for stepping up and answer this call. Hey, Mike first. Thanks for having me on the show. It's great to hear and meet you. Your brother's a rock star. He does a great job is part of my family. And so are you. Well, I appreciate that. You know, we're very proud of him, and you know, I want to get too personal in this interview. But my brother has always been my hero and he's been, you know, first one in our family to graduate from college, and I know he's very proud of the sheriff's office. And, uh, I'm glad I'm glad you recognize his service. Let's talk about the people that you're sending. To to Arizona and Texas. Do you have a number of people is going to be on a volunteer basis. And how long do you think they'll be staying? And when will they leave? Well, I'll tell you first and foremost, it's the right thing to do at that are are great Governor Rhonda Santis and our great attorney general, We work together as a team. And there is no I in team and what we do is when our Texas administration or, you know, R Arizona administration calls upon us. We are going to help because it's the right thing to do so I'm very confident the governor is going to find out the details. He advised. It's going to be about a 16 day, You know assignment. Uh, the assignments are not clear right now. But the call was clear. It was made and absolutely we're stepping up. You know, the one of the things that's been talked about by our governor, quite often say with the governor from Texas is that this is a national issue. As the border crisis continues. We are helping to enrich the cartels because they're charging huge amounts of money and they're enriching themselves. And then they're able to have their crime scene to get to be more powerful. You have to be feeling some of that in Florida as well. What we do and first and foremost, when, when you look at the fentanyl and met being up 230% at the border, you look at 3000% increase in sexual predators. Okay, that's unacceptable. You know, my message is clear. For other people, You know when you go to bed at night. To protect you and your family because safety and security is always number one. In this state. We're going to make sure we have it. And that's that's what we are so happy about here because the call went out for people, and it was great that Florida stepped up. Did they Did the governor put the word out on a volunteer basis to agencies or how was it figured out which counties would be sending people I know there's Florida Department, law enforcement and the highway Patrol, but That individual agencies volunteered to do this. So you know, First of all, and I say, great governor. I don't just say that to say it. He is amazing making the most difficult decisions during the pandemic and continues every single day to prove why our state is great. And why do people 900 plus people? Would they move to our state? It's not just the sunshine because the law and order and safety and you know when our governor calls we talk regularly when he calls and he shows law enforcement support, no matter what he stands with us. He supports us. Attorney general does the same thing. So when they call us can ask. There's no hesitation. It's immediate because it's the right thing to do. People will try to say Oh, it's political. It's not political. When you do what's right. You're doing it because it's right. It's not a political move, and I applaud our governor and support him One million% for doing what's top and making those decisions and we stand with him. So the decisions within your agency of who you will send and how many you will send. Will you be taking volunteers for those positions? Well, you know what? We got to find out how many and what that looks like. We're never going to compromise the safety of our residents Locally. We have plans in place. We're going to communicate with our governor. And once we find out that number, I'll tell you already, people are listening. People have watched it on the news and we have tons and tons and again. I love our veterans. People have served our country tons of people that are veterans. Just say, Hey, Please let me go. Let me go. They all want to go for the better cause and and that's that's a great thing to have. And I know I respect him tremendously when you when you in the capacity of your job, because I know we deal with it here. What I do in my capacity on the air is talk about Policing and the understaffing that we suffer here is that you're not going to allow a staffing issue. But do you have staffing issues in Lee County? So you know when, when I first came into command, we were a little over 120 positions down. I'll tell you now, thankfully, Morales, the highest.

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"florida department law" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"florida department law" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"In to P. B. S. Palm Beach sheriff's office helicopters also were seen following the S. U. V. I and then of course of the Florida department law enforcement they'll investigate the shooting will determine which agency actually fired the shots and you know why it was determined that shots needed to be fired here but I get what what's the story here is does this have anything to do with trump or we dealing with like maniacal drugged out maniac you look at the number of incursions that've occurred at Mar a Lago and there has been you know clearly an up tick yeah we've had the two Chinese of the the one Chinese woman I think it's been two Chinese women that have truck to breach security the one that made a way all the way in and of course she was found guilty she's going to prison for some months but you know again president trump is due to arrive and I don't know it it's any time now I believe the president is doing a touchdown at Palm Beach International Airport a P. B. I. shortly before the weekend for Superbowl weekend on Saturday the president's fan club the trump bands not making this up they're holding its party at the southern White House at Mar a Lago I headliner Roseanne Barr is going to be there on Sunday the president is expected to host his annual Superbowl party at is west Palm Beach golf club but here we go here's a it was Eugene Chang thirty three year old from China and she bypassed and she social engineer away right in tomorrow log on of course she had Chinese passports and cell phones external hard drives a thumb drive and she was convicted then and December another Chinese woman jingle low was confronted by security so you know we've had numerous incidents now Antonio mora log at quicken loans are seventeen.

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"florida department law" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"florida department law" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Have an update from them I was trying to refresh this and I have the update from just ten minutes ago from the Palm Beach post I'll give you their detail Palm Beach sheriff's office that a driver in an SUV bridge to security points outside of president Donald trump's Mar a Lago law enforcement officers fired their weapons of the vehicle reportedly drove a jeep past the concrete barriers at the security checkpoints making it across the bridge true out west Palm Beach so they were able to bridge should these checkpoints near Mar a Lago which is on Palm Beach island and then fully and they get on to the bridge and heading across the water back over to west Palm Beach law enforcement opened fire on the jeep within the security zone at Mar a Lago still the vehicle made it all over the southern Boulevard bridge to the hotel to a hotel in west Palm Beach the jeep we've passed several concrete barriers and to security check points before following the curve rolled in from more long gold black jeep was seen behind yellow crime scene tape in the parking lot of the studios six west Palm Beach hotel just north of Palm Beach International Airport again that's what president trump is gonna be landing in a short time the offices would not say whether it was the same jeep the by passed by a heavy security Mar a Lago there was a heavy police presence of the hotel while I'm I'm guessing it's the same vehicle so what's what's this insanity you know we're one of the women allegedly was was dancing the honor of on the vehicle let's see us S. U. V. we give you the latest here there's just a whole bunch of scrolling updates on this story I shop owner near the scene told the Palm Beach Daily News that he saw a woman who looked to be in her thirties speeding in a jeep down south county road with to Palm Beach police cars following close behind the jeep reportedly swerved into north bound lane several times including at a point in the road were dividers separates the north and south bound lanes according to the shop owner window under SUV was shattered maybe from gunfire the incident started after the woman left the Palm Beach hotel started dancing on cars before fleeing what I mean what was left upon the started dancing I'm cars then fully according to NBC news the jeep was then seen near the breakers luxury resort north of Mar a Lago and along south county road the Florida highway patrol in to P. B. S. Palm Beach sheriff's office helicopters also were seen following the S. U. V. I and then of course of the Florida department law enforcement they'll.

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"florida department law" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"florida department law" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Nine. The news is next on news ninety six five uses news ninety six point five db. Oh, Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather, and traffic. Four hours a day eight starts now. One o'clock news ninety six point five WDBO watching few showers breakout. On the east side. I'll update John radar and half a minute. Our top local story, universal, Orlando's new Harry Potter, themed rollercoaster opened this week. Visitors waited in line for hours to ride it and we checked on wait times today for hey, grids magical creatures motorbike adventure. It's about six hours. There is an option. Universal officials said it would start letting people hold a spot in line using its virtual line program, so that people can enjoy other parts of the park while they wait. Still, the park says visitors can expect lines to belong for quite a while. I'm Jamie homes for news ninety six point five WDBO. You can check out fan reaction to the ride. You'll find it at the news ninety six point five w. Yup. News ninety six point by WDBO Orlando turns first for severe weather showers possible over the next couple of hours with thunderstorms likely closer towards dinnertime from channel nine eyewitness news, meteorologist Cassandra. Creamy news onto six point five WDBO rocked, whether radar shows showers are in the east side. They're just to the east of Orlando international airport, and other range. Our overdue Ian park veto would her springs, getting some rain and you could see some showers and Sanford pretty soon right down. We've got some scattered showers. It's cloudy, eighty seven you know, Leno updating our breaking news from earlier deputy involved shooting in Osceola county sheriff's office says they found it abandoned vehicle near Poinciana and Reeves early this morning later, a man was seen hiding into wooded area near by they say that man later identified as forty one year old Zachary dollar ran aggressively at the deputy. The deputy then shot dollar once dollar an hour, hospitalized Florida Department. Law enforcement is investigating. It's one zero to news ninety six point five WDBO. I'm Clark Howard, the guy helping you keep more of the money you make. And this is where Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather, and traffic. News ninety six five WDBO weather brought to you by US heating and air conditioning, muggy and warm, to start the day with temperatures in the seventies, but through the.

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"florida department law" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"florida department law" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Have heard of too much. He's not part of the David Hogg contingent, but that's Cal Chev recently, just graduated here embassy student talking to button getting some reaction to the, the firing, and the, the charges against former school resource officer Scott Peterson surprised that that came out yesterday. I thought he was just going to read off into the sunset. I think everybody probably thought that, you know, an in, in maybe they were just all wait. Maybe he already knew because I'm you know, the FDLE had talked to him because it follows this report that took fifteen months for the Florida Department law enforcement to they arrested in Scott Peterson charges. You said eleven counts including child neglect charges, perjury. He was fired almost immediately by new Broward sheriff, Gregory. Tony, and I guess the big deal, there is, is Peterson. Pension. He makes eighty seven hundred dollars a month. Huge that's a huge pension. So starting about that today because that'll be up for grabs your debater to see if that, you know what's going to happen with that. That's when the law gets involved. Yeah. His I'm trying to think his bail was one hundred and two thousand I forgot what it was. It was pretty high just over one hundred thousand. Wow, but it took fifteen months for the FDA Lee reports come out, you kind of understand. Now, though, when you look at the charges and everything else that was in this report, a boy, was it detail, but you have to also think how many people were involved in everything that happened that day? So they had to go through video. They had talked to everybody was there. They had to talk to the pair. I mean you had to talk to everybody who is involved, these investigations, take a long, long time. So it's nice to see that they took their time. They were diligent, obviously, if it took this long, I think they did it to make sure that all the teaser crossed all the is dotted there weren't going to be any complaints about any of this. We had a hard enough time talking about that park land story for like, what three months straight after it happened. And then, you know, sporadically after that come down a little, can you imagine being on that FDLE panel looking at that stuff every single day and find detail, and they saw video and they heard audio? We never got access to those a lot more horrifying now. Yeah. I can't imagine. I just can't imagine. But hopefully it provides closer for some of these parents hope so anyway, we shall see, by the way, if you were planning a cruise to Cuba. This is another huge. You know what I think everybody thinks, boy, I'm along the same page and throw you know I it the president's out of the country. So you think like everything he does stops. Really doesn't work because you know he's on this you know, commemorative tour in Britain right now. Like yesterday. They ban cruise ships from going to Cuba like, oh, shut it down. We're done. We're not going to support you know the communist regime anymore. I was shocked. I was like, wow, Where'd that come from so much wasn't going on today. That would have been one of the top stories. Right. It's it, it got buried. But do you remember, I think it was when we were doing the eleven o'clock the mysterious eleven to noon show way back, when do you remember when they made that announcement it was during our show to actually you're incense? I just thought it was terrible. Just absolutely terrible to do that. And if you've got a family member you'd like to connect with you know ticket cruise to Cuban do it that way, fine. But to prop up that regime is still has freedom fighters being tortured, and jailed, there's a there's actually an I agree with you. And there's actually a cruise line that, that's all they do. That's all they were doing. We're ports of call all around Cuba. When that's bad news for them. Now there. That's it. I mean they shut it down the, the, the federal government shutdown like instantly. So if you go on like this weekend on a cruise in Cuba, unfortunately, you're not going anymore. On all the promises we predicted it at the time, John Kerry got up there and Obama got up there and said, it's going to be an amazing thing for the people of Cuba, where you're going to see so many better has been nothing. All this did was go right into the coffers of the Castro. Yeah. That's all this money. Did don't you remember shortly thereafter? They had that big ceremony hold all those employees at the US embassy got really, really sick. Remember, they had a air vac all those people. And they thought it was something that was like some kind of, chemical that was sent through the vents or something. They all felt dizzy, they passed out. Let's prop up that regime. Yeah. Sure. Well, they had the ceremony where they had ever carry raise the flag on their own. Like God, the story later, they, they basically put into containment centers, all the homeless people that were in the area. Yes. So they get better, the international news and then they just let them out again. What an what a farce that was it was for horrific. So it's unfortunate. If you had a cruiser and you're looking forward to it, but you're not going to Cuba. Why tell you? And obviously this is happening right now. Still big lawn ceremony, and Portsmouth, UK..

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"florida department law" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

13:54 min | 3 years ago

"florida department law" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Your phone calls in just a moment. I see lines are loaded here, folks commenting on my question. Did the Trump supporter in London have the right to stab and deflate the humongous? Trump baby balloon if a call finishes align opens up, you can try to sneak him. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide. Number eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine your thoughts on a Trump supporter stabbing the Trump protester baby balloon. So we'll get you calls in just the second. I, I wanna squeeze in this breaking news in the last twenty minutes or so the Florida Department of law enforcement, or the FDA, they put out a news release at three eastern time today. Way that the FBI Lee has arrested Scott Peterson for child. Neglect negligence and perjury. This couldn't happen to a nicer guy, folks Scott Peterson was the Broward County deputy sheriff, the school resource officer at Marjory, stoneman Douglas, high school on February fourteen twenty eighteen when the former student went in and massacred students, and faculty and Scott Peterson heard the gunshots gave a bogus story that he didn't know it was coming from inside a building, which is absolute garbage absolute crap. And did not run to the shooter in Virginia Beach on Friday, folks, the Virginia Beach police officers. They rushed that building to engage what that shooter right away. There are other cases other school events or other shooting events with police rushed in that's how they deal with these incidents after Columbine back in what nineteen ninety nine is. You don't wait. You don't wait for swat. You've got to engage the issue, Scott Peterson was he came up with some bogus story that he thought the shots were outside somewhere. That is a load of crap. I know what a shot sounds like. What reverberates out side versus what a shot sounds like when it comes from inside a building that you're standing right outside of the muffled. Sound of gunshots from inside a building unmistakable. I've shot indoors. I shot outdoors. For for decades. And that's why never bought Scott Peterson story and Scott Peterson the share of the, the deputy sheriff the school resource officer if he would've gone in. How many lives could have saved if he wanted engage the shooter right away, and the shooter was then focused on the law enforcement officer versus trying to take out of the students. How many other students at Marjory stoneman Douglas would be alive today? If Scott Peterson this coward deputy sheriff if he had gone in. So the press release from the Florida Department of law enforcement from just a short time ago. The headline is that if the Elliot Scott Peterson child neglect negligence and perjury. All-share some of this for media released June fourth twenty nineteen the day line on this is Fort Lauderdale Florida following an investigation by F the Ellie. Former Broward sheriff's deputy Scott Peterson fifty six was arrested in Broward County today on seven counts of the Glenn of a child and three counts of culpable negligence and one count of perjury. The arrest comes after a fifteen month investigation into the actions of law enforcement following the Marjory, stoneman Douglas, high school shooting, the FDLE investigation shows former deputy Peterson did absolutely nothing to mitigate the Marjory stoneman Douglas shooting that killed seventeen children, teachers and staff and injured seventeen. Others. Absolutely nothing. I was railing against this. I told you that this happened as well as many of the commentators as well. And students. I mean the anger. The absolute spewing hatred and anger that this school resource officer sworn to protect the public and certainly kids in high school. The fact that he did not go in to that gunfire to track that down, even to distract, you, you distract the shooter from taking shots of the students if he would have gone right in. How many more students could have been saved would still be with their families and their parents today? I've been angry about this, since this occurred, and I'm repeating exactly what I said countless times on this program. While talking about this. The FBI investigation shows that former deputy Peterson did absolutely nothing to mitigate the shooting. According to FDLE Commissioner Rick swearing-in swear. Again. There can be no excuse for this complete inaction, and no question that his inaction cost lives, I knew this all along this common sense. I was pleased the Florida Department law enforcement in conjunction with the state attorney's office conducted a thorough investigation that yielded the arrest of Scott Peterson all the facts related to Mr. Peterson failure to act during the massacre, clearly warranted termination of employment and criminal charges. It's never too late for accountability and Justice. The new Broward County sheriff, Gregory Tony said. So the, the report goes on the release goes on. But that's, that's the main crux of the details here. I'll tell you what happened is Scott. Peterson was close to retirement and accrued all kinds of pension money and he sure made the decision you know what I'm close to retirement. I'm gonna live out my years after I retire probably a private sector job as well as all my pension money flooding in, and I'm not going to risk getting hurt or killed. That is a cowardly action of sure that's went through his head. He needed to storm that building he needs to go in and find those gunshots five shooter and neutralize the shooter and he did not. So I'm glad that he was arrested and charged today on these multiple counts of perjury and child neglect, because he failed those kids he failed them. Seventeen people dead and seventeen. Others were wounded because of the inaction of coward. Former Broward County deputy sheriff Scott Peterson. A nightmare. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide number here on Schnitt. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine so let's grab some phone calls. Thanks for your patience. I wanted to deal with the breaking news. So tell me where I'm going because I see phones loaded here. Okay, we'll go to the Moines Iowa. I will grab Herbie and folks, the calls. Have you just tuning in the calls are about the Trump baby in the diaper balloon that protesters were floating Trafalgar Square when a Trump supporter in London stabbed the balloon and the flayed the giant, Trump baby balloon, and I'm asking the question, your thoughts? Now all the protesters have a right. You can have Trump supporters that are have the right to protest. Four Trump, you have the anti-trump protesters. They have all the right to protest as well. I clearly said that these protesters have a right to protest against Trump and of course, in support of Trump. This woman has all the right to protest against yell at the anti-trump protesters. But my position was that she didn't have a right to. Stab, the balloon to vandalize, the Trump baby balloon, even if you don't like it, and you don't like these protesters doesn't give you right to vandalize this property, and the protester, the Trump supporter was taken away by London police and stuffed Tony is who, who grabbing occur who am I granting into Moines Kirby? Gotcha, like Kirby, isn't the Moines Iowa. Hi, kirby. You're on. Schnitt. I totally believe in the concept of the balloon because I think Trump is a big as wild in the history of Laos and his two year old insoles people are awful. I also appreciate a woman's passionate if she feels differently she should have a right to Ecorse express that with you. She should not have a right to destroy public property. So you disapprove of Trump, and you like the protest balloon. But you and you don't think that the, the protesters should've stabbed the balloon. Right. I appreciate other people's passions even if they disagree with me. There have discussions about that. And you can have a dialogue, and if she's passionate about that either stand feels the way she feels I accept that. I agree with you. I don't think she should have a right to just destroy public property. Gotcha kirby. Thanks for the call. Let's go to Long Island New York, and we'll say hi to Lucy, Lucy, your thoughts on the Trump supporters stabbing the Trump baby balloon in London. Hi, hi today's how this lady, I think this lady shades so maybe be real hot because I'm Asia Meyerson and. I found laughter laugh to win very much. And a neutron. He's all. Ten private and. Oh. By all American Paul. And all the should be highly tech evening in London. Mayor is mostly he he he, he didn't do thing to do. And this lady is really. Right. I what you're saying. You think she's a brave for what she did on having a little hard time understanding. So you, you support her stabbing the balloon or you don't support her stabbing Trump because the, the live win. I'll very, very like I'm. Geel as I as real. The left awaiting. It's very Greis as much more. I mean call today Cepal got you loud and let let me move on your, thanks for the call. I do appreciate it. You know. Bottom line is I don't support the stabbing the balloon. Now, I might support the bulk of Trump's policies. I don't always, you know agree with everything from does, and how he does it. But I, I don't I don't believe that the balloon should have been stabbed by the Trump supporter, because that's just flat out vandalism, and I agree, as I said, several times, this hour, I support with I support protests on both sides of the coin even if I disagreed with the protesters, you have the right to protest. We're gonna Connecticut. So Mary, let's grab Mary in Bethel, Connecticut. Hello Mary, you're on Schnitt. Hi. Hi. I agree with you. That it's. Private property, and they really done that she would. But I'm a total. Porter of Trump. And I think it's incredibly funny. Hold on. You, you don't think she should've stabbed the balloon, correct? Yeah. So she you don't agree with the vandalism of the balloon you're a Trump supporter, but you find you find the baby Trump balloon comical and funny institute, is that what you're saying. This lady wanting to do that. Okay. Okay. You find it funny but you. Yeah. She should not have done it. Fisher not vandalize the balloon. Thanks for the call. And listen. That's pretty much. That's my position. That's what I have since I heard the story since I saw the video that has been by position that I might support the bulk of what Trump does not everything, but the both, but this woman should not vandalized, the balloon and Trump supporter on the line agrees. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine.

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"florida department law" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"LA. Can you take us? Your phone calls in just a moment. I see lines are loaded here, folks commenting on my question. Did the Trump supporter in London have the right to stand and deflate the humongous? Trump baby balloon if a call finishes and align opens up, you can try to sneak in eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine a nationwide number eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine your thoughts on a Trump supporter stabbing the Trump protester baby balloon. So we'll get you calls in just a second. I, I wanna squeeze in this breaking news in the last twenty minutes or so. The Florida Department of law enforcement, or the FDLE. They put out a news release at three oh, eight eastern time today that the FDA has arrested Scott Peterson for child neglect negligence and perjury. This couldn't happen to a nicer guy, folks Scott Peterson was the Broward County deputy sheriff, the school resource officer and Marjory, stoneman Douglas, high school on February fourteenth twenty eighteen when the former student went in and massacred students and, and faculty and Scott Peterson heard the gunshots gave a bogus story that he didn't know it was coming from inside a building, which is absolute garbage absolute crap. And did not run to the shooter in Virginia Beach on Friday, folks. The Virginia Beach police officers. They rushed that building to engage with that shooter right away. There are other cases and other school events or other shooting events with police rushed in that's how they deal with these incidents after Columbine back in what nineteen ninety nine is. You don't wait. You don't wait for swat. You've got to engage the issue of Scott Peterson was he came up with some bogus story that he thought the shots were outside someone that is a load of crap. I know one a shot sounds like when it reverberates out side versus what a shot sounds like when it comes from inside a building, you're standing, right outside of the muffled sound of gunshots from inside a building unmistakable. I've shot indoors. I shot outdoors. For for decades. And that's why never bought Scott Peterson story and Scott Peterson the share of the, the deputy sheriff the school resource officer if he wanted gone in. How many lives could he have saved if he wanted engaged the shooter right away, and the shooter was then focused on the law enforcement officer versus trying to take out of the students? How many other students and Marjory stoneman Douglas would be alive today? If Scott Peterson Peterson's coward deputy sheriff if he had gone in. So the press release from the Florida Department of law enforcement from just a short time ago. The headline is that FDLE arrest. Scott Peterson for child neglect negligence and perjury share some of this for media released June fourth twenty nineteen the dateline on this is Fort Lauderdale Florida following an investigation by FDLE. Former Broward sheriff's deputy Scott Peterson fifty six was arrested in Broward County today on seven counts of neglect of a child and three counts of culpable negligence and one count of perjury. The arrest comes after a fifteen month investigation into the actions of law enforcement following the Marjory, stoneman Douglas, high school shooting, the FDLE investigation shows former deputy Peterson did absolutely nothing to mitigate the Marjory stoneman Douglas shooting that killed seventeen children, teachers and staff and injured seventy. Eighteen others. Absolutely nothing. I was railing against this. I told you that this happened as well as many other commentators as well. And students. I mean the anger. The absolute spewing hatred and anger that this school resource officer sworn to protect the public and certainly kids in a high school, the fact that he did not go in to that gunfire to track that shooter down, even to distract, you, you get to distract the shooter from taking shots. And other students if he would have gone right in. How many more students could have been saved would still be with their families in their parents today? I've been angry about this, since this occurred, and I'm repeating exactly what I've said countless times on this program while talking about this. The FBI investigation shows that former deputy Peterson did absolutely nothing to mitigate the shooting. According to FDLE Commissioner Rick swearing-in swear. Again. There can be no excuse for this complete inaction, and no question that his inaction cost lives, I knew this all along this common sense. I was pleased the Florida Department law enforcement in conjunction with the state attorney's office conducted a thorough investigation that yielded the arrest of Scott Peterson all the facts related to Mr. Peterson failure to act during the massacre, clearly warranted bowl termination of employment and criminal charges. It's never too late for accountability and Justice. The new Broward County sheriff, Gregory Tony said. So the, the, the report goes on the release goes off. But that's, that's the main crux of the details here. I'll tell you what happened is Scott. Peterson was close to retirement and accrued all kinds of, you know, pension money and he sure made the decision, you know what I'm close to retirement. I'm gonna live out my years after I retire. I'm gonna get probably a private sector job as well as all my pension money flooding in, and I'm not going to risk getting hurt or killed. That is a cowardly action. I'm sure that's went through his head. He needed to storm that building he needs to go in and find those gunshots five shooter and neutralize the shooter and he did not. So I'm glad that he was arrested and charged today on these multiple counts of, of perjury and child neglect, because he failed those kids he failed them. Seventeen people dead and seventeen. Others were wounded because of the inaction of coward. Former Broward County deputy sheriff Scott Peterson. Just a, a nightmare. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide number here on Schnitt. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine so let's grab some phone calls. Thanks for your patience. I wanted to deal with the breaking news. Sue tell me where I'm going see phones, a loaded here. Okay. We'll go to the Moines Iowa. I, we'll grab Herbie and folks, the calls, if you're just tuning in the calls are about the Trump baby. In the diaper balloon that protesters were floating at Trafalgar Square when a Trump supporter in London stabbed the balloon and deflated the giant, Trump baby balloon, and I'm asking the question. Your thoughts on now? All the protesters have a right. You can have Trump supporters that have the right to protest for Trump. You have the anti-trump protesters. They have all the right to protest as well. I clearly said that these. Protesters have a right to protest against Trump and of course, in support of Trump. This woman has all the right to protest against yell at the anti-trump protesters. But my position was that she didn't have a right to stab, the balloon to vandalize, the Trump baby balloon, even if you don't like it, and you don't like these protesters doesn't give you right to vandalize this property and the protester, the Trump supporter was taken away by London. Police cuffed and stuffed Tony is who who my grabbing occur who am I granting into Moines Kirby? Gotcha. Kirby is in Des Moines, Iowa. Hi, curvy. You're on Schmidt. Yes, sir. I totally believe in the concept of balloon because I think, Trump is the biggest loud in the history of Laos and his two year old insoles to people in his temper tantrums are awful. I also appreciate the women's passion. If she feels differently she should have a right to of course, express that, but I agree with you. She should not have a right to destroy public property. So you disapprove of Trump, and you like the protest balloon, but and you don't think that the, the protesters should've stabbed the balloon. Right. I appreciate other people's passions even if they disagree with me. Have discussions about that. And you can have a dialogue, and if she's passionate about that. I understand she feels the way she feels I, I can accept that. But I, I agree with you. I don't think she should have a right to just destroy public property Kirby. Thanks for the call. Let's go to Long Island, New York, and we'll say, hi, Lucy, Lucy, your thoughts on the Trump supporters stabbing the Trump baby balloon in London. Hi. Today's of how this lady this lady I really shades visa. Real hot because the Asia Mayer Ken and. I've been laughter laughter win. Much more Gracie. What an us and a neutron eats American prize been all American, and all private industry would be highly tech evening. London mayor as a move Ning. He he, he, he didn't to do and this lady as. And right. I know what you're saying. You think she's a brave for what she did on having a little hard time understanding. So you, you support her stabbing the balloon or you don't support her stabbing the Trump woman. Because. The. Like. I, I. It's, it's very. How much mall? Gotcha. Loud, clin. Let me move on here. Thanks for the call. Appreciate it. You know, bottom line is I don't support the stabbing the balloon. Now, I might support the bulk of Trump's policies. I don't always agree with everything from dozen how he does it. But I, I don't I don't believe that the balloon should have been stabbed by the Trump support because that's just flat out vandalism. And I agree, as I said several times, this hour, I support with I support protests on both sides of the coin even if I disagreed with the protesters, you have the right to protest. Go to Connecticut. Sue mary. Let's have Mary in Bethel, Connecticut. Hello Mary, you're on Schnitt. Hi. Hi. I agree with you. That it's private property, and they really should have done that. But I'm a total. Trump. Incredibly funny. Hold on. You don't think she should've stamp the balloon? Correct. Yeah. So she you don't agree with the vandalism of the balloon you're a Trump supporter, but you find you find the baby Trump balloon, comical and funny satirical, is that what you're saying now? This lady wanting to do that. Okay. Okay, you find funny but you. She should not have done it. She should not vandalize the balloon. Thanks for the call. That's pretty much that's position. That's what I have since I heard the story since I saw the video that has been by position that I might support the bulk of what Trump does not everything the both. But this woman should not vandalized, the balloon and Trump support on the line agrees. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine is the nationwide number on the go right back to calls in just a second..

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