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Firefighters Battle Fire In The Mallers Building On Jewelers Row In The Loop, Chicago

WBBM Morning News

00:50 sec | Last week

Firefighters Battle Fire In The Mallers Building On Jewelers Row In The Loop, Chicago

"Line firing the loop This morning. The story from WBBM is Bernie to forya. The fire was in jeweler's row on Wabash and Madison and the Mallards building a 22 story building that houses many jewelers. Call the Fire Commissioner Richard Ford says two firefighters were overcome by heat and exhaustion and taken the northwestern Memorial Hospital on original entry smoke, Actually, from the 10th floor hidden buckle down to the lobby. You couldn't see to the back of the line. They started villainy. They got some got the elevated. Pull down. They came down and humped up the stairwells as usual practice to the 10th floor. They found where the fire Woz. Forced entry, and that took a lot of time. The men and women did an excellent job. The fire started shortly after four this morning and was brought under control by about 5 30. Learning to FOIA NewsRadio,

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Man Shot Dead, Woman Shot And Wounded By Waukegan Officers, Chicago

WBBM Morning News

00:53 sec | Last month

Man Shot Dead, Woman Shot And Wounded By Waukegan Officers, Chicago

"A 19 year old man was killed in a 20 year old woman wounded and others are also demanding answers. Waukegan police a 20 year old Pharrell Williams threw her car into reverse and towards a police officer after being pulled over for a second time within minutes of each other Tuesday night. The officer opened fire, wounding Williams and killing her boyfriend, Marcellus Stinnett. Williamsmother Cliff Tina Johnson told CBS to just play it for her life. She said that she wanted To see her baby. They get around, she won. The state police investigation is expected to take a few weeks, including examining the Waukegan police officer's body Cam and Dashcam videos. After that the Lake County state's attorney's office will review the case. Ernie to FOIA NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM, Indiana State police were involved in a low speed

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SWAT Situations Ends Peacefully, Suspect In Custody After Hanging Off Ledge Of Chicago's Trump Tower For Over 13 Hours

WBBM Morning News

00:52 sec | Last month

SWAT Situations Ends Peacefully, Suspect In Custody After Hanging Off Ledge Of Chicago's Trump Tower For Over 13 Hours

"Helped to bring about the safe resolution to a harrowing incident at Trump Tower this morning. W BB EMS Bernie to FOIA has the latest About 5 30. Last night Chicago police. A young man went over 1/16 floor balcony of a trump tower hotel room and dangled by Ah harness, threatening to cut the harness with a knife. Commander Jill Steven says 18th district officers and five negotiators spent the next 13.5 hours with the help of a Russian interpreter to get the man to be brought to safety and ours dealing with with Stratton Stratton was was here here crisis, crisis, saying saying that that he he had had many many social social issues issues that that we we wanted. wanted. Police negotiator Hector Matea says his team used every tool in its tool box to get the man and the Incident

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FDA clinical trial failures

Science Magazine Podcast

06:03 min | Last month

FDA clinical trial failures

"Now, we have contributing correspondent Charles, pillar. He wrote an investigative feature on SDA's serious decline in protections for patients and for data integrity. Hi, Charlie Hey Sarah, I'm not sure everyone knows that FDA has oversight of clinical trials. What exactly is this agency's role with respect to human trials? The FDA is vast agency with many responsibilities, and in this case, it has two elements of control over the quality of trials. One is whether patients are properly protected during the trials in also whether the data generated from these trials is reliable in his in keeping with the important goal of the FDA of approving drugs and devices that actually were but as you. Found in your investigation, the FDA enforcement has been light-handed slow moving and secretive. You give us some examples that you found shoddy clinical research practices, poor record-keeping that you came across in your dive into this one example that comes to mind as a organization in Utah that is a contract research organization that does clinical trials on behalf of drug companies. This isn't orgainzation that had enormous problems spanning almost decade problems with informed consent problems associated with conduct, its trials that called into question the integrity of the data in also the safety of volunteers these trials for serious kinds of drugs, end devices, including opiates, antidepressants, antipsychotic drugs, drugs for Alzheimer's and threats and. Other pretty serious ailments. What we found in looking at the FDA evaluations is that there were really serious problems that the agency itself warned the investigators might constitute for scientific misconduct, significant human subjects, protection violations, and perplexingly despite for investigations, the agency never cited this Organization for anything beyond just saying look, you're doing a bad job here. Now, never a warning letter never required any changes in the procedures. It never insisted that the principal investigator change operations in a way that would save our patients and data I just want to emphasize how important it is to protect people involved in clinical trials. Medical Experiments on human beings. and. There's a long history of unsafe practices in the bad old days. There were a lot of abuses of human subjects these days. There are pretty stringent requirements that there be informed consent of the patients who are participating in these trials that there be a very rigorous review of the trial so that these patients are well protected. The FDA looks both that the investigators and the Institutional Review Boards called I IRB's that are responsible for overseeing these experiments and what they often learn is that not just our the investigator's making mistakes or hindering their experiments in a cavalier or unsafe way but also the investigation process the review of that by the IRS. Is often not very adequate in the IRBE's themselves perhaps are run amateurishly or in a way that does not protect. Patients were the quality of the data that's generated by the experience. This is an investigative piece you've spent almost a year gathering information. What kinds of evidence did you collect well to basically every public source of data that the FDA publishes associated with their review of trials in? So that includes summaries in their various databases online. It also includes warning letters, which is when serious mistakes are made. They might warn the investigator or the I. R.. That they've got a problem that needs to be fixed, I also looked at the inspection reports that were available through the freedom of information, act on hundreds of these cases these are pretty difficult to obtain because the reports are only available under the foia in as a result, it can take weeks months sometimes years to get access to them. So what I'm trying To convey here is that this is a very difficult process. The actually lured what happened in the FDA's evaluation of these organizations because oftentimes they do not announce publicly what happened what about the drug companies that hire these institutions to carry out this research when there's really agreed just problems going on the worst case scenario is that a clinical scientist who was doing? These experiments can be disqualified from future research. This is for someone who has broken the rules and such agreed sway that they've endanger patients that they've intentionally submitted false data to the FDA here to the sponsor of the experiment. When that happens, there's no doubt that the companies who sponsored the specific experiments that were found to have been either fraudulent or so badly. Flawed those timed they're informed of it. The problem is that many times even those experimenters their long history of research is just sort of a black box. No one looks back to see him. They made similar egregious errors or conducted experiments that were tainted by fraud.

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FDA clinical trial failures

Science Magazine Podcast

06:04 min | Last month

FDA clinical trial failures

"Now, we have contributing correspondent Charles, pillar. He wrote an investigative feature on SDA's serious decline in protections for patients and for data integrity. Hi, Charlie Hey Sarah, I'm not sure everyone knows that FDA has oversight of clinical trials. What exactly is this agency's role with respect to human trials? The FDA is vast agency with many responsibilities, and in this case, it has two elements of control over the quality of trials. One is whether patients are properly protected during the trials in also whether the data generated from these trials is reliable in his in keeping with the important goal of the FDA of approving drugs and devices that actually were but as you. Found in your investigation, the FDA enforcement has been light-handed slow moving and secretive. You give us some examples that you found shoddy clinical research practices, poor record-keeping that you came across in your dive into this one example that comes to mind as a organization in Utah that is a contract research organization that does clinical trials on behalf of drug companies. This isn't orgainzation that had enormous problems spanning almost decade problems with informed consent problems associated with conduct, its trials that called into question the integrity of the data in also the safety of volunteers these trials for serious kinds of drugs, end devices, including opiates, antidepressants, antipsychotic drugs, drugs for Alzheimer's and threats and. Other pretty serious ailments. What we found in looking at the FDA evaluations is that there were really serious problems that the agency itself warned the investigators might constitute for scientific misconduct, significant human subjects, protection violations, and perplexingly despite for investigations, the agency never cited this Organization for anything beyond just saying look, you're doing a bad job here. Now, never a warning letter never required any changes in the procedures. It never insisted that the principal investigator change operations in a way that would save our patients and data I just want to emphasize how important it is to protect people involved in clinical trials. Medical Experiments on human beings. and. There's a long history of unsafe practices in the bad old days. There were a lot of abuses of human subjects these days. There are pretty stringent requirements that there be informed consent of the patients who are participating in these trials that there be a very rigorous review of the trial so that these patients are well protected. The FDA looks both that the investigators and the Institutional Review Boards called I IRB's that are responsible for overseeing these experiments and what they often learn is that not just our the investigator's making mistakes or hindering their experiments in a cavalier or unsafe way but also the investigation process the review of that by the IRS. Is often not very adequate in the IRBE's themselves perhaps are run amateurishly or in a way that does not protect. Patients were the quality of the data that's generated by the experience. This is an investigative piece you've spent almost a year gathering information. What kinds of evidence did you collect well to basically every public source of data that the FDA publishes associated with their review of trials in? So that includes summaries in their various databases online. It also includes warning letters, which is when serious mistakes are made. They might warn the investigator or the I. R.. That they've got a problem that needs to be fixed, I also looked at the inspection reports that were available through the freedom of information, act on hundreds of these cases these are pretty difficult to obtain because the reports are only available under the foia in as a result, it can take weeks months sometimes years to get access to them. So what I'm trying To convey here is that this is a very difficult process. The actually lured what happened in the FDA's evaluation of these organizations because oftentimes they do not announce publicly what happened what about the drug companies that hire these institutions to carry out this research when there's really agreed just problems going on the worst case scenario is that a clinical scientist who was doing? These experiments can be disqualified from future research. This is for someone who has broken the rules and such agreed sway that they've endanger patients that they've intentionally submitted false data to the FDA here to the sponsor of the experiment. When that happens, there's no doubt that the companies who sponsored the specific experiments that were found to have been either fraudulent or so badly. Flawed those timed they're informed of it. The problem is that many times even those experimenters their long history of research is just sort of a black box. No one looks back to see him. They made similar egregious errors or conducted experiments that were tainted by fraud.

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50 cannabis dispensary shops to set up in Chicago metro area

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

50 cannabis dispensary shops to set up in Chicago metro area

"It intends to award 75 new cannabis dispensary licenses this month. A story from double TBM is Bernie to FOIA. The state says it is grated nearly 1700 applications for new pot shop licenses. 21 qualifying applicants were notified they'll be part of the lottery for the 75 new licenses. The state says All of those applicants were given a boost by being what's known as social equity candidates. The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, says 17 qualifying applicants have at least one minority owner. 13 are majority owned by people of color, with 16 having at least one woman owner, nearly 50 of the new licenses will go for cannabis dispensaries to be set up in the Chicago Metro area. Bernie

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10-year-old killed and 5-year-old injured after Chicago police chase ends in crash

WBBM Late Morning News

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

10-year-old killed and 5-year-old injured after Chicago police chase ends in crash

"One person is facing charges today in connection with the police chase yesterday. That ended with a young girl dead. The story from Devil to BB EMS Bernie to FOIA 10 year old to carry a Spicer was with her 43 year old father, Kevin, and five year old brother, Damir. When a black Mercedes being chased briefly by Chicago police hit their car on 80th and Halstead. He? Spicer's have been on their way to get a laptop for to carry it to be able to do remote learning. Daria Quinn is the Children's aunt until CBS too, and it was a police chase. And One of the cars they get hit, flipped over and hit the car that my brother Paul, on my niece and nephew. Rain to carry a Spicer's brother was seriously injured and is in the hospital. The Children's father and a woman who'd been driving. Another car that was hit were slightly injured. Investigations are underway into the crash and the police pursuit.

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Willowbrook plant linked to higher area cancer rates

WBBM Evening News

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Willowbrook plant linked to higher area cancer rates

"Were filed this week to be the statute of limitations deadline in connection with a cancer causing chemical released into the air for years by a plant in Willowbrook. Theragenics sterilized medical equipment. But in doing so, it admitted into the air E Teo Athlete oxide. There is no no safe amount of e T o Which should ever be Breathe. That's Antonio Roman uchi, one of the lawyers handling the lawsuits, He says hundreds of people develop cancer had miscarriages or came down with health issues. All because of the athlete oxide from Sarah Jen IX. Certainly this will come down to His lawyers like to say the battle of the experts, you know which experts are going to say what and who's going to deny what Roman Uchi says Willowbrook is in the top 10 cancer clusters in the country. Bernie to FOIA. NewsRadio one or 5.9, and a new analysis of

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Chicago Christopher Columbus statues in Grant Park, Little Italy removed by city

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Chicago Christopher Columbus statues in Grant Park, Little Italy removed by city

"Chicago City crews overnight removed two statues of Christopher Columbus Following weeks of being vandalized and the targets of protest burn a church fire as the Moor has the report. Mayor Lori Lightfoot says the removal of the Columbus statues is temporary, while the city figures out what to do with monuments and memorials citywide. One of those statues have been in the little. It'll leave neighborhood, and Pasquale Johnny says. A great injustice has been done. It's no longer an Italian American issue. This is about the revision of history. Another resident, Sally Freeman, agrees. The statues had to come down. People say that the news about Columbus being a bad guy, and taking prisoners and slaves is just a made up, but I think it's probably the truth. Bernie to FOIA for CBS News Chicago

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Ubuntu Podcast

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

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"At show would have been to podcast org and we can fill in that information foia. On with that, let's move onto some gooey love. Backed guerrilla. If there's an APP that you've been using that, you just have to tell everyone about email. Your give me love to show as into. CUSS DOT Org. So last episode I mentioned the the Glorious anti-alien attack is being ported to scratch yet candy you may remember. One of the highlights of anti-alien attack was I went to great lengths to make it work with an explosive sixty controller and esteem controller by the way anti-alien. The tank was implemented. Bash so you know this was like overkill of A. EPIC proportions.

'Are we all going to die?' We answer kids' questions!

Coronacast

06:54 min | 8 months ago

'Are we all going to die?' We answer kids' questions!

"We heard there were lots of kids who had questions about crew Navarre's so we asked you to send them in and hundreds of you did. This episode is for them. Sorry if you have a little one in your life together have a listen and hopefully this will make things a little clearer. We're GonNa try and answer as many as we can today so let's get started. High analysts said that an Foia Zolt analysis can know what that the crying advised? Look like recurrent viruses is so tiny that you can't see it without a special microscope but if you look at it through that microscope it looks like a little bowl with spunky things will petrels coming out of it and the first scientists who looked at these viruses thought that they looked a bit like the outside layer of the sun which is cold. It's Khurana so in another language code. Latin Corona means crown. So if you look at the picture for this podcast you can get an idea of. What the corona virus might look if it was big enough to see it's like a spiky bowl hike earner cost my name is Quincy and. I am from Adelaide. My question is how do they test people for Corona virus? And how do they keep the people who are testing from getting it by two really good questions? Quincy how they do. Is they poodles swap out into knows that goes right down to the back of your throat as well. Because you news connects with your throat. And the swirl around a little bit to pick up secretions and then the test. Those secretions looking for the virus. Actually don't for the virus itself they actually look for the genes the genetic code on the virus they multiplied and if they find the genetic code for the virus they say that you're in fainted and how they keep people testing from getting the virus. They wear what's called personal protective equipment? So the they're waiting. Full gear gowns covering them masks and sometimes goggles and gloves. So that they don't get infected so the protect the people from getting the infection. Hi I'm rocket nine eleven. I'm from Ballantyne New South Wales and my question is why the neighbor was the corona of ours. And how do I know what's true and what's not people are worried? And sometimes when people are worried they share information trying to be helpful. But it's not always true and also there sometimes people out there who share fake stuff on purpose because they're trying to cause trouble and so the best way to figure out what's true and what's not is to figure out what sources you can trust and just into will raid them. The best sources are going to be based on what scientists are telling us through the research that they're doing so the best thing for you to do as a kid talk to. Your parents will talk to adults you trust and work out with them how to figure out what sources seem trustworthy and follow those. Hi I'm Lisa. I'm eight years old and I'd like to know how to scientists come up with vaccines for new viruses like curve in Nineteen Gordon. I was really frightened coming into this one. Teagan we get questions and sure enough. We are great question Lee. So maybe for everybody out just explain what. A vaccine is a vaccine fines. Apart of a germ that you can inject into people safe late. So they don't get the disease and that it stimulates your immune system which is a bit like an army and it stimulates this army to fight the infection when it comes in so the army remembers the infection from the vaccine and the army is ready to go and should the infection. Come in Jerem coming after that. The army marches to attack it and get rid of it now. The trouble with viruses is that it's it's hard sometimes to develop a vaccine which is safe which doesn't give you the infection itself. So what they do for covered nineteen whether recovered nineteen is finding different ways to marshal the army to get the army to remember the covered. Nineteen so this remembers covered nineteen so when it sees covered nineteen it goes and attacks and fires all the guns at it in a way that is safe so you're not going to get the infection so one way they're doing it in. Australia is find a little bit of the virus and hold it down as if they're holding it down with a set of tweezers. We're talking about things that are so small You'd need very special microscopes to see it and the hold it down and then the train the army against that little bit of the virus hoping that that little bit of the is enough to for the army to recognize the rest of it and the the general vaccine to that little bit of the S- called RN e in the viruses run former material. Another vaccine that they're developing overseas in Boston actually gets one of the messengers that takes messages cell from one part of the cell to the other to tell the army to generate an immune response and they're generating vaccine which puts in a messenger into the cells to tell the cells to generate an an immune response to covered nineteen virus when it comes in and they're all sorts of technologies like that which are really new technologies that have never been developed before really exciting and one or two of them are probably. GonNa turn up with a really good vaccine from brisk this. Why can't we have taught me to lenny? Everyone's doing the very best. They can to stop spreading germs. So as few people get sick as possible so we know that one of the why this virus spreads is through touching people who have it and sometimes people can be seen and not know it yet. So if you're living in the same house of someone and not seek its. Arcada have hugs with him. But if you're not living in the same house as someone that's why maybe just taking a break from having hugs with them for the moment. The good news is that this won't last forever. Scientists are working really hot to find a way to protect people from corona virus. And once they do. We can get back to hugging friends again. Hi I'm abby and I'm nine I have asked my like many other kids and I've heard deflategate current a virus when you have asthma. Your symptoms can be worth wise that abby. Good question to three things. I'll say so your age ten not to get very severe disease from from covered nineteen thousand. Don't tell you don't tend to get very sick. Says the first reassuring thing you can pass onto other people. So that's why we're trying to isolate everybody but you tend not to get to seek. So that's a that's good news and it's also good news for your Asmaa because if you're not going to get to seek in your asked me makes it a little bit. Worse is only a little bit worse off. You know a mild illness. Oh you wouldn't be too worried. I think older people. I'm talking about people at your grandparents age. They're more risk and if they've got severe asthma real problem for them but for everybody with asthma. You just gotta get your small under really good control now and I and I don't know what you're on but you people are sometimes on a blue puffer to help them before the take some exercise and there's sometimes on a brown kind of power which settles down the inflammation in your lungs. If you're taking too much of the blue puffer and you're using the blue puffer a lot during the day that's a sign

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"foia" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

Worst Year Ever

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"foia" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

"Mike Bloomberg wants to turn the MIC over to you. So your voices heard if you feel like the previous generations have made a mess of things..

Fantasy, Meet Reality: A Running Back Breaks Out, Then Disappears

NFL Live

04:58 min | 1 year ago

Fantasy, Meet Reality: A Running Back Breaks Out, Then Disappears

"Liz Merrill is a senior writer for ESPN. So we're doing a package on one one hit wonders. And he editors thought who'd be better to sort of headline this but Jonas Gray story it's been about five five years. Since his breakout game. It was November sixteenth. Two thousand fourteen. What happened on that day? New England would've gone through one of those September's which everyone in Britain them off. You know they've lost that Miami in the opening game and then they went to Kansas City and just got clobbered and then to patriots form. They rattled off five wins. And they're back to their dominating cells. Broody leads US Patriots into town to the Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night. Football how Michael Smith game was a Sunday night football game and it was a highly anticipated anticipated game because it was a rematch of that year's divisional round game tonight. It's Andrew Lock Against Tom. Brady get your calculators out. There should be really default to rescue teams. Both come off by weeks. There's a cave named Jewish graves is making star back to the ground. This this is Jonas Gray Gray to the thirty yard line. You know. It's amazing what nobody knew was except for people in very inner struggles of New England And he actually had a really impressive training camp and Bella check had told him. You know you're so close to making the roster oster but they didn't activate them until mid October when Steven Ridley towards ACL this guy he wasn't uh-huh regular starter at Notre Dame. He was on the practice squad until three weeks ago. So his mom and his brother drove about three hundred miles from mm-hmm where they lived outside of Detroit. The Game Jonas at the time was living in a one bedroom apartment and this modest area outside of Boston Austin on the very bare bones and the only tickets. He could really sport. His family. Were in the nosebleed seats. They're ZEHR watching the game. There's all this anticipation there's nerve block white with Michelle. Give the gray runs. Between Guard and center white. He pushes to the end zone. Owed go to spray has a touchdown patriots. He's scores his first touchdown and his mom is like okay. I'll clap. I'm I'm pretty exciting. This is so awesome. So she's Kinda cool about it in cash and then you know he's course again and then we. He scores his third touchdown. I get the great lowers the coders running. It was more a touchdown his she drops to a knee in like complete. You know amazement and just so older well that you know for kids. It's finally getting a chance. And then Jonas Gray Mix Histories Iowa thing for two hundred one yards and four touchdowns give give the pig right. He runs a lot he for the Patriots. Schoolyard can't stop. Stop it so Jonas Gray erupts. He has this once in a lifetime. Performance how does he react. After the game he'd reaction was pretty wide. I I mean I think that's one of the things that made the story so endearing it because he was just like holy cow. Here's Glock like celebrating Alabama with me. Here's Tom Brady headbutting. Me All the stuff that you see in the movies really you know the thing you know. act like he's been there I mean and he did act like you've been there but inside he was completely awash. You know in all of the surprise and the joy and there was sort of that moment where from Michelle Foia talks to him. They had the traditional interview with the Star of the game. Let's turn to John Ray. Yeah Guy who didn't hear his name before you're going to be hearing it a lot. We heard it many times tonight and he's doing nervous. I mean there's a guy who graduated with a degree in English and he did stand up comedy already in college. So you know. She knew his way around the microphone but she didn't know what he's GonNa say touchdowns the first four of your NFL career on at this stage had explain this performance. I'm just blessed. Blessed beyond belief we put together a great game plan. They hammered in all week. She watched this for so long. Keep Watch Tom Brady. And GRONK and company and Julia Nettleton on TV. It was just one of those things where you just couldn't believe all this is happening. Someone one of those guys men are probably go home tonight and get back. I'll probably just lay in bed. Look up in the ceiling. Just just astonished man. What's going on? Aw Right in a great story man. God's helping

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Kamala Harris and 2 other senators are trying to use FOIA to get Trump-Ukraine info

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Kamala Harris and 2 other senators are trying to use FOIA to get Trump-Ukraine info

"Presidential hopeful Kamelot Harrison sewer for democratic colleagues in the Senate are trying to force the trump administration released documents related to the Ukraine investigation using the freedom of information act a presidential defender Republican senator Lindsey Graham calls the impeachment enquiring illegitimate unconstitutional he says it tramples on the rights of the president and he will introduce a resolution that would argue that any articles of impeachment should be dismissed without a trial

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The Vienna Woods Killer AKA the Poet of Death - Part 2

Serial Killers

06:56 min | 1 year ago

The Vienna Woods Killer AKA the Poet of Death - Part 2

"Week we covered jacqueline travers mysterious childhood and how he went from Patty criminal to murderer after receiving a life sentence in prison he was able to transform public perception about him through his memoir but once he secured his release he immediately began killing again today. We'll conclude our exploration into the poet of death. Johann Oh Han Jack wound vaguer while in prison for the murder your of eighteen year old Margaret Shaeffer Jack Vega wrote and published his nineteen eighty-four Memoir Vega Foia or purgatory in it. He largely embellishes relishes a horrendous childhood living with his grandfather due to his excessive hyperbole. The memoir helped Jack cultivate an image that garnered sympathy sympathy from Australia's literary elite and prison reform activists. He became a celebrated author writing short stories plays and and children's stories to go along with his bestselling autobiography he successively trick them all into thinking that prison had rehabilitated him in nineteen ninety ninety. Jack Otter Vicar was released upon his release. He continued his charade as a changed man he became a celebrity giving book readings things in interviews but on September Fifteenth Nineteen Ninety just four months after he regained his freedom. Jack began a whole new murder spree spree. His first victim was thirty year old. Blanca botch Gavaa in Prague this week will cover Jack's continuous murder spree throughout route nineteen ninety and nineteen ninety-one has he moved from Austria to California then we'll cover the international efforts to bring Jack to justice. Thanks in large part are to a retired detective. One of the only ones who saw through Jack's reformed literary Genius Act after Jack Murdered Blunk Bochco vow while interviewing sex workers in Prague he returned to Vienna and began production on a play the piece was entitled Dungeon and served as a sequel to purgatory instead of just staying in Vienna. Jack was taking the play on tour. He was hoping for it to become his first big literary success post-prison. Unfortunately it was neither a critical nor financial success and the lack of appraise angered Jack October twenty six one thousand nine hundred ninety while Jack was in grottes possibly with the tour thirty nine year old sex worker Brune Hilda Hilda Massa disappeared in Austria. Sex Work is legal and highly regulated women must register with the police and are not allowed to begin working until the age of nineteen. The authorities are constantly in the know when it comes to the women working on the streets so when police learned of the disappearance of Brune held Hilda Masa it gave them a great deal of concern as the police scratch their heads over Broom Hilda's disappearance Jack in the tour traveled to Dornbirn a small town four hundred miles west of Vienna near the border of Austria and Switzerland on December fifth one thousand nine hundred ninety according to biographer John Leaks while in Dornbirn Dornbirn Jack called a friend of his and complained about the tepid response dungeon was receiving throughout the tour. The friend recalled that Jack was completely arrate. She tried to calm him down but he hung up on her still in a rage that night jack room the the streets of brigands seven miles north of Dornbirn to cool down. He needed to find a way to blow off some steam. Sadly the victim of Jack's rage would be thirty one year old sex sex worker. Heidi Marie Hammer Heidemarie vanished from her usual spot of the night of December fifth on New Year's Eve a couple of hikers making their way through the woods outside the city discovered Heidemarie Body. She was partially naked exposed from the waist down wrapped around her neck was is her pantyhose which had been used to strangle her to death a few days later on January Fifth Nineteen ninety-one Brune Hilda masses partially naked body body was discovered in the woods by a couple of kids playing there there had been a year and a half gap between the murders of Meriva Horvat and Margaret Shaeffer now while Jack was only waiting a month in between kills it appeared as Jack was evolving Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please I note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show. Thanks Greg last week. We discussed how jack suffered from narcissistic personality disorder however since his release from prison it is possible that Jackson. PD evolved into malignant narcissism malignant narcissism is a blending of NPD with antisocial personality disorder as Rhonda Freeman PhD writes in her article for psychology she today people with this condition have extremely fragile egos and self esteem they can have occurrences of unstable impulsive or aggressive aggressive behavior. It's quite possible that the poor reception of Dungeon hurt Jax Egos so much that drove him to kill while on the road and at the start of the New Year nineteen ninety-one Jackson the process of moving on from the failures of Dungeon by focusing on his next play scream of fear scream of fear was a short play about AIDS Jackass said lost friends to the disease while in prison throughout the eighties during the AIDS crisis he became increasingly worried about the rising death toll and wanted to bring awareness to it scream of fear premiered in Vienna on February February seventeenth nineteen ninety-one it then travelled to seven other cities across Australia while we don't have confirmed proof that scream of fear was met met with the same response as Dungeon. It is quite possible that it did because while the play was on Tour Jack Struck again on March seventh seventh nineteen ninety-one sex worker Alfreda shrimp disappeared from her corner in Grottes Austria about one hundred twenty miles south of Vienna Elfriede has case ace proved slightly different from Jack previous murders a few days after a free to disappeared. Jack called off Rita's parents and taunted them. What made the calls halls even more nefarious was that the families phone number was unlisted in the phone book. It's possible that check forestall free to give them the number just before he strangled her

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President, United States And Trump discussed on WBBM Morning News

WBBM Morning News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

President, United States And Trump discussed on WBBM Morning News

"News the president of the United States could intervene in the case of the ex governor of Illinois WBBM symphony to FOIA has the story Rabelais which has so far serve seven years of his fourteen year sentence and last night on airforce one president trump mentioned he's considering cutting blue boy which is corruption certain short the former governor had been a contestant on the president's old reality TV show the apprentice now reporters are back outside

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Iran, Donald Trump And Trump Kim Jong Hoon discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:18 min | 1 year ago

Iran, Donald Trump And Trump Kim Jong Hoon discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Donald Trump, the US president has threatened, Iran with obliteration if it a tux anything American, the threat came after Iran's that new sanctions imposed by the United States are outrageous and idiotic saying that the White House is the commendably crippled, and that the plans to sanction both the supreme leader, Aleka, many and the Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will lead to the parmanent closure of the doors of diplomacy. Paul Rogers is professor of peace studies at Bradford university joins us on the line. Now pool give us the detail on Trump's Twitter meltdown to reacted extremely strongly to the comments by the Iran. Iranian president Dragani about twenty four hours ago, saying that essentially a Trump was mentally, deranged. In other words, there's an over the toll comment. This seems to got Mr. Trump really on the raw in his responded basically by saying that, you know, Iran is really beyond the pale underdeveloped comes to a war. Particularly if Iran actually threatens our even. Taxing their contracts. It will quote be obliterated. Now, this is a kind of language which we saw between Trump Kim Jong Hoon of North Korea. It's his style that at the same time, I think it's a watery because it means that after slight easing over the last forty eight seventy two hours is seems back in a state of high tension. There's another issue, which is come very recent which I think, has not yet been spotted fully. And that is the president of Iraq. The Kurdish politician, a hamster they has said that if the was any of conflict between the United States and Iran, then the Iraqis would not want American troops to be involved from Iranian from Iraqi territory towards Iran. Now the Americans have about five thousand troops in Iraq and this, I think he's actually politically significant behind Sally is the president. He has occurred, which is a normal customer in Iraq. It's a presidential woman's discernment rule. But he got. A very strong majority in the supreme council when he was elected a few months ago, and it's a foia at it's an indicator. The, the Americans cannot depend on the Iraqi government for full support, if there was a war, and this, I think will come as a bit of as a prize, and we'll probably make some headlines over the next twelve hours or so. Function kicked all of this off the new sanctions in which he appears to get the the wrong. I took many referring to the one that had died back in nine hundred thousand nine. What, what can you tell us about these new sanctions? The sanctions extraordinarily they seem to quite limited, but very narrowly focused focused on the current supreme leader Ayatollah having a a as you're say he actually described him as, as I talk. How many who of course, was the, the supreme leader and founder, the revolution who died over twenty years ago, and I think Mr. Trump has been held up, sadly, to some ridiculed in the region in the Middle East region. Because of this, the sanctions are directed against the supreme leader. And I think it is eight member. Seaney members of the Iranian revolution regard. Now as the raw, Iranians appointed out the supreme leader I a- telecom in a does not travel, and he doesn't have a financial interest abroad.

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"foia" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"foia" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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"foia" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

14:06 min | 1 year ago

"foia" Discussed on Trumpcast

"All right. It is. Well worth watching. There's so many great things to take away from it. But among other things, there's two scientists who just simply want to somehow explain to the party apparatchiks and the Soviet Union. How dangerous radiation is to the body and to the groundwater, and to the whole Asian landmass, basically, and they keep getting blocked from finding out or just getting the numbers that they know are there, because it's being played politically, these are few days after the nuclear reactor meltdown, you just find yourself, so invested in just getting this one number, which is the number of Reagan's. That's the like the measure of radiation in the air, you just want like that number, you know, and they keep spinning it and saying, we'll put this disinformation out, and like, now, we're hurting our reputation with other countries I feel from you Anthony. That whether you're aligned with the FBI and Muller, whether you're against the FBI and Muller, whether you're with the US government or guest it or with Hillary, or with Trump, like, whoever you're fighting you just want to get that number that sort of truth of what happened which I think, is why you're so engaged in primary documents because you just want something irrefutable, exactly. We do. Look, we want people to trust our reporting to trust what we are reporting to them, what we are disseminating. I mean, ultimately, that is first and foremost, accuracy, and truth. And winning the trust of our readers is very important to us. I've found that documents more so than anonymous sources is the path to that particularly right now where there's so much distrust mistrust of the media, and that's your, I believe this thing that there's like, widespread distrust of the media, at least where we understand. Trust to have something to do with accuracy that you earn people's trust by being accurate. I mean, I've never seen fewer corrections in a period of history and journalism that now you guys are so careful, you know, Bernstein made a lot of front page errors like the kind that merit corrections for that matter. Trump can't seem to find any errors in the Muller report there. No errors in. I mean, he'll dismiss something out of hand but it seems like you guys are working at the height of accuracy, and that means that the conversations about is BuzzFeed ethical or the times ethical. Whatever is a conversation about politics and angles, not about clarity and truth. And that's too bad that we got dragged into that. I mean in the media got dragged into that too doubting ourselves to some extent. Yes. I completely agree. A lot of people seem to be working at the height of their powers. I mean, I'm astonished out of nowhere business. Insider produces Natasha Bertrand and she's just like synthesizers stuff so quickly. And then great reporting, obviously out of Florida out of Arizona out of Michigan on the Larry Nassar stuff all being told over and over again. How feckless and not trustworthy, everything the media is, well, they're doing their best work, and the next time someone says, fake news, or I don't trust the media, the media so biased. I wanna be like tell me one factor. You've seen anywhere. Sure. And I think that look, I agree with you. And I think that when you have a president who is. Constantly hammering away at the media, and saying the media's the enemy of the people, the media's getting this wrong that, that this is not true that this wind Chun that they're against me. There are going to be people that will believe that it's disinformation in and of itself. And the reality is, is that there are media outlets that whether they're independent outlets whether they're, you know, bloggers or who whomever that have a platform that can publish stories that in some way, will live up to what the president saying, but, but the fast majority of journalists that I know and the folks that I work with inside of BuzzFeed, they just want to report the truth, and you try and find people who will help us understand the issues that the public should know about I mean when, when Anthony and I are reporting. Story. I can tell you that, like we have to carve out a week for the lawyers for engineers to go through a story. We don't just, you know, we're not churning things out or churning reportage out on a daily basis that way, I mean, this is an incredibly painstaking effort that we go through to ensure the accuracy of the story, the Michael Cowan story and the possible, or it looks like probable subornation of perjury that you'll reported on, which is the thing that rotea about mistakes and your reporting. Now it seems like there were no mistakes, and your reporting takas through from your point of view except talked to Anthony about this. But I think this encapsulates so much about what's strange about reporting in our time, and the culpability of the president, and then the triangulation with the special counsel and the FBI can you tell the backstory even more than I know from Anthony because this part is a page Turner. I think Trump asked Michael Cohen to lie. And what came after the topic at hand is the time. Timing of the Trump Tower deal that Cohen lied to congress about it. Will you take it away? When originally told congress that we learned this partially additional information from the transcripts. Yeah. That from his closed, or a house intelligence testimony in February and March that were released on may twenty first so just a couple of days ago. Yeah, he testified that the negotiations went, well, first of all, he, he lied, he lied in two thousand seventeen and said that the negotiations since Trump Moscow, didn't really go anywhere and ended in January two thousand sixteen right before the Iowa caucuses, and ultimately, you know what, what Anthony and I had done to prove that, that was just a flat out lie. And that in fact, Donald Trump and the Trump organization associates who were part of the Trump organization that they were negotiating this deal this potentially three hundred. The million dollar potential deal well into the campaign and we obtained records to show that, in fact, that's what happened before we publish the store. Huge deal. It's a huge deal. In fact, you know, like I said, before we publish the story, everyone was under the impression that it ended in January two thousand sixteen. It was, you know, it was nothing deal. And it didn't go anywhere obviously to be clear, there's no Trump Tower Moscow that was Bill. But, you know, after we published the story which we said was based on documents, we've quoted text messages, and emails between Felix Seder, who was a longtime Trump organization associated helped on some of these licensing deals, another colorful character that we wrote about. We were Anthony. And I you know, we're told through our sources, and it became clear through some of our reporting that this was the, this tower deal and the lies that revolved around. It was a main focus of the investigation of Robert Muller's investigation. And we were chasing that story for a year because it not only involved, Michael Cohen, Felix sater's, and these secret discussion. That they had to try and get this project off the ground. But it also involved vodka. Trump, Don jR and others. And there was a lot of money that, that was at stake here. Why proceed that over George popadopoulos or Mike Flynn or the back channel with Jared, and Kislyak? I mean, there are so many avenues to think about this. How did you manage to put your chips on what seems to be the most powerful through line in the story? Honestly. It was it was part of it was guidance. Another guidance from, from some sources sim sources very very close to the investigation. It seems like anyone reading your work can tell that was supposed to be airtight and never leaking. But someone close to it was talking to you guys. Well, I will not discuss any of our sources. Okay. I will say that, that, you know Anthony and I have very good sources. We spent a lot of time cultivating sources and. Again, through our work sort of our reporting backs that up with Trump Tower Moscow. We obtained a cache of records that new not only that these records were in the hands of the special counsel. But the Trump organization, didn't turn this over to some of these records over to congress and to some of the congressional committees. So my point being that, you know, you have Felix Sater who's testifying in December two thousand eighteen I believe, to house Intel and months before that. Michael Cohen was testifying, excuse me, Senate Intel house until months before that Michael Cohen was testifying. He was testifying that, oh, this all ended in January two thousand sixteen Felix sater's testifying month later that it ended in, I believe June two thousand sixteen and then we start you know, as you can tell these are both individuals. Who you know you've got to go the extra mile. While to vet the info, because of the fact is, is that there have been instances when, when both of them, not been have been truthful? So that's when Anthony and I were felt that this is a big story. There's, there's something big here, and it was part of it was just that gut instinct, right. You gut instinct, this is something we need to stay on. And we just continue to chase it. And then we found out, you know, after we obtain these documents how deeply involved Michael Cohen was Trump himself how involved he was. I mean, we learned a year ago before we reported in January that Trump had ten different conversations with Michael Cohen about this. Michael Cohen had been speaking to, you know to Russian officials about this. But, you know, we, we didn't feel that we had everything that we needed to at the time to report it. So we can continue to chase it. And then after we published this story. Six months, seven months later, Michael Cohen pled guilty to two lying to congress. That was stunning because I remember waking up that morning. And I had like six miss calls from Anthony and Twitter was lit up. Yeah. Discussion revolving around this, and, and it's essentially everything that we reported months earlier was laid bare in the in the charging documents that came from Muller's office. Yeah, there were a couple of noteworthy elements of those court documents that we wanted to further chase down, which essentially ultimately became the story that we reported in January that Trump directed. Michael Cohen to lie that. At ten discussions with. With Donald Trump about Trump Tower Moscow. Trump's attorneys were involved in drafting an editing. Michael Cohen state, false statement to congress. And that Avante can Don jR were, we're also aware and briefed about this. And, and that's the report that we wrote. And we that was based on months and months of reporting, you know, using the same sources that we had used in the past, and we also stated that, you know, that, that Muller's office obtained records, and learn about this through interviews and documents obtained from from sources, and our story stated that there was an explicit instruction to Michael Cohen by Donald Trump to lie to congress. Then I you get the note that says there something like inaccuracies, which it can't back up, and then no corrections warranted. So it just like casts a pall over the story. And that's when he started getting death threats because if something comes from Peter car, and the office of the federal council, then somehow they're like an oracle. And if they say you're wrong, even if they don't give any details. It's assumed that you're now on the bad side of the divide. So. You guys went from being so much in sync with the special counsel, that your investigation was you were ahead of them are head of what we knew they were doing for so long. And then all of a sudden, it was like you are on opposite sides of something, but we never found out what they were complaining about around this, you know, HUD, Trump suborned, perjury from Michael Cohen. Then they gave their own account of what seemingly happened in that room, when Cohen was directed to lie by Trumper said he was directed led by Trump, but somehow, it's all just been confusing to me and where to things land. Oh, break it down at good questions. What do you think now that they were trying to express in that strange tone, poem note that you got from the office of the special counsel? What were their qualms with your story? Yeah. So, you know, let me just say this to give a little bit behind the scenes about this story, again, Anthony, and I had been chasing and reporting on Trump Tower Moscow for the better part of. A year and a half, we had written a five thousand plus word piece that laid bare all of the discussions that took place during the course of the campaign about the efforts to get Putin. Be involved in the approval process, and to get this project off the ground we base that reporting on sources and hundreds and hundreds of pages of documents, we again, during the course of our reporting found that Donald Trump had lied publicly during the course of the campaign when he dated that there was no involvement in Trump Tower Moscow or actually didn't say that there were no deals related to business in Russia..

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 Cubs investigating fan's 'offensive' hand gesture

WBBM Morning News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Cubs investigating fan's 'offensive' hand gesture

"FM. The Chicago Cubs are investigating possible racist incident that occurred during last night's TV broadcast WBZ's Bernie to foia joins us live with that story. The upside down. Okay, hand gesture stop by some sort of secret white power signal last night during the cubs broadcast on NBC sports, Chicago as analyst and former player Doug land Bill was doing a report of fan behind him held up such a hand signal Glenville if you didn't know is black now cubs president of business operations crane Kenney says the cubs are looking into the incident Kenney says such ignorant and. Repulsive behavior will not be tolerated. And that anyone who behaves in such a way can be kicked out of a game and permanently banned from

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"foia" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"foia" Discussed on Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

"To foia officials at SouthCom southern command, which is where I made it. And you know, who knows if I'll ever get them. Now, why are they covering this? What's taking so long other reports were released within a matter of oh year, so request Mindich west wing back many years now, so they're covering it up. So the in two thousand nine when on at all a ni- she was found dead in a cell in the behavioral health unit, whereas even under tighter surveillance, supposedly strangled himself to death of the happens. Too often. I always had heard that you could strangle yourself to same here. Yeah. He's supposedly ripped his briefs took the elastic off of his briefs wrapped it around his throat choked himself until he killed himself. And he was on a a form of suicide watch than wasn't he? Well, whether he was on suicide watcher at the twenty he was not unsuited side watch at least at that moment. It wasn't wearing suicide on special suicide kind of watch dress. Yeah. And even though he had made three or four suicide attempts within the previous couple of weeks. Right. Wow. Pleading running as fast as he could in in an exercise Durant. His head into a steel bolt leaving each Dr. Yeah, I mean the guy was driven into desperation. Just multiple on his heads from banging his head trying to slice arms.

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"Washed up" Smollett: State's attorney texts revealed

WBBM Morning News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

"Washed up" Smollett: State's attorney texts revealed

"Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX involve itself in the jussie smollet case you in though, she'd publicly said she'd recused herself from it. Let's get a live report on this now from WB beyond Bernie to foia. The state's attorney's offices made public thousands of texts and emails regarding the hoax accusations against. Actor jussie smollet in one of them state's attorney Kim punks and a message to her top deputy questioning the sixteen felony counts against smollet. She wrote. So I'm recused. But when people accuse us of overcharging cases, sixteen counts on a class, four felony becomes exhibit a show, so called smollet a washed up celeb- who lied to cops. The county inspector general is investigating. The state's attorney's offices handling of the smell at

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"foia" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"foia" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"This is burning to foia in country club hills, where police shot the driver of a vehicle that allegedly hit an officer who was investigating an incident outside a Bank. This is Mike Krause zero Valparaiso man says being mistakenly locked up for three days is one of the most awful things. You can go through President Trump updates his questioning and the Russia probe the latest just ahead from CBS news WDM's sport is currently bears. Getting ready for the Vikings Sunday night at Soldier Field. The bulls are no walkie tonight. And the Blackhawks host the LA kings Wall Street, the Dow up fifty six nasdag down nineteen the s&p is up five points. Thirty nine degrees in Chicago land at one thirty CBS news update. President Trump says he has answered written questions. From Russia's special counsel. Robert Muller, always be careful when you answer questions with people that probably have bad intention written because he was concerned the questions would be engineered to catch him in and untrue tricked up because you know, they like to catch people g getaways the weather sunny or was rating. Instead may have been a good day. It was raining. Therefore, he told a lie perjure themselves. The president says he answered the questions to move the investigation along does I call it should never have taken place. It continues to go on. I imagine it's ending now from what I hear. It's ending Muller probe has been looking for evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia to affect the two thousand sixteen presidential election and also into whether the president has tried to interfere with that probe the president's response to the written questions has not yet been turned over to the Muller team. CBS news update, I'm Jim shanavie. News time one thirty two Hollywood is mourning the loss of one of its most prolific screenwriters who was born here in Chicago William. Goldman could turn a phrase with cool precision the craft seemed to come to him and his skills one hundred kudos around his five decades long career even ice skirts for Butch Cassidy.

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"foia" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"foia" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"To foia NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. More than twenty people were hurt when I see TA bus went out of control and hit a traffic signal on the south side this morning. The accident was reported at the intersection of seventy first and cottage grove at least one person was reported in serious to critical condition while twenty others were taken to hospitals in good condition. It's not yet known what caused the bus to go out of control a Twenty-three-year-old Hobart man is accused of molesting a child at a daycare center. Joseph Hudson is alleged to have inappropriately touched a four year old girl at a daycare run by Hobart assembly church where he worked as a cook. And also helped with the children prosecutors say the girl told her father, and he went to the pastor's, and they say Hudson admitted to them he did it and his alleged to have said he didn't know why he's charged with one felony count of molesting a child under fourteen Mike Crausser, her NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM will county sheriff's deputies were shot last night. But neither was seriously hurt reports indicate the officers were attempting to serve a warrant at a house in Joliet as part of a drug investigation. But police say as they tried to break down a door someone inside fired several shots through the door. One of the deputies was hit in his bulletproof vest. Another suffered a grace wound to his arm to people inside the home tried to run from the scene, but were caught a reminder. We're online at WBZ NewsRadio dot com featuring downloadable audio and links to all the top stories. That's WB. CBS News Radio dot com. WBZ news time eleven away..

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"foia" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"foia" Discussed on KNSS

"Carter page is our guest of course it was he who was the victim of the four. Five zero warrants that, were all based on what we now know on lies in a phony dossier that was put together but, with that said, we're, also asking him about his time in Russia and whether he was approached to do. Anything for them your answers unequivocally no and that you. Love your country and you're willing to talk to. The services here you, help out the CIA the FBI and other. Services you won't answer if they ever recruited you though Sean? Suffice. To say I would help out whenever I Matthew one and wouldn't? There be, a record of you helping them out absolutely do. You think, that's, one of the reasons why you're not arrested I've I've I've put in foia, requests for. That as well you know. Finally I, just got the FedEx from the. FBI today with the four hundred pages right cetera but I'm waiting? For that you know some of those materials, use. Them did you feel like you become a scapegoat in all of this you think they were going after you To get to the Trump campaign oh there's. No question about that, but and you basically a rusel here's a. Guy that spent time in Russia even though we downloaded a? Many. Times after his trips and he spoke freely to us and gave? Us information, freely now we're going to use bought and paid. For Russian, lies, by Hillary and get a warrant to spy on you that doesn't make you, want to. Sue them well again I. Have I've, done the I I'm doing the. Propaganda litigation right now let's see I just want one dollar from? The US government if they come on And you ought to get. A billion dollars well look you know I want we're already you know many trillion dollars in debt you know this. Is, not about me trying to. Enrich myself this is just having. Some Justice and you translate smeared in these. FIS awards well there's no question about that we'll take a break we'll come back more Carter page on.

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"foia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"foia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Welcome back john how many of foia request outstanding do you have in any given time oh probably a couple of hundred had 11 exact number of outstanding uh but i i know it's at least a two hundred that are out to fifty that are out uh currently that are still open but uh you know any random time it could be even even higher depending upon how many i've file but i i deal with you know not just ufl related material i'm in a pretty much will tackle any government secret with every government agency you can ever imagine have you ever asked does secret service about ufos uh yeah that was one that yielded no no records on them there's been a couple that have actually come up with ufo documents that were kind of a surprise to me even know recently about a year and a half ago i received a batch of ufo documents from the national forest service so i was a rather intrigued and surprised that they actually gave me a a stack of ufo material uh even a ufo citing which i i'm not sure if it was a national uh forest service employees or possibly a a visitor to the one of the national forest but they submitted a picture where they were taking a you know one of those scenic tourist photos where they were just posing in front of a beautiful view but die in the background of their photograph was kind of a you know a a flying saucer that that we find a commonly heard about to end so they submitted that to the national forest service and it was interesting that the poor service you know take that kind of stuff seriously they took the report and uh filed at another agency that uh to my surprise had some documents was uh the nrc or the nuclear regulatory com i think we just lost a job there i think he was referencing the nuclear regulatory commission which should make sense if you think about the europe of files a lot of cases have come up over the.

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"foia" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"foia" Discussed on No Agenda

"Yes simulators he gave me i think six or eight uh foia request dream remove information act request about military involvement with video games and it's redacted but man is unbelievable america's army medal of honor medal of honor airborne medal of honor uh sony video games playstation uh c launch pad me all of these guy i don't know anything about these games i do remember that we talked a lot about ubisoft being a very interesting companies with a lot of ubisoft in here ghost recon a reg storm halo to era a missing the premise here that all she saw me all of these companies are foia request all of the ahead on monday of all aimed at the comey a foia request to hawaii okay all of these had money and or direct contact with the united states military for the making of their game either they were pay imparted to say that you didn't hear me say it these are they were paid in part or they had very close contact with them would it be any different in a movie company getting military help exactly the same thing with it but they were if you look at these foia request they're very interested in the city the simulator affects and have real realism realistic nature of the video games it was just a side note that simulators are indeed that games are considered good simulators by our military industrial complex yeah they call call of duty and i'm just saying can you know because p is call a duty in their yes toyair well we'll call a duty which is the really great game the in there who gets in there.

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"foia" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"foia" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The cafeteria chris nothing nothing do about that these stories are being driven by a very small number of malcontents who worked in in in boutique office is like ones dealing with climate change or i always laugh when i walked by this office the office office of guantanamo closure which was still named that way even after most of the style that deal is that sounds like an alfred hitchcock movie that's exactly that's the kind of joke chocolate loved to tell and there were smart they would have just to answer to the office of guantanamo open edge maybe they would have kept their refunded yes fine but a lot of them have been move but not allotted a small number of the people at the new things like the foia office which if you are a grand member of the foreign service you do not want to go in that's haired you remind me now it is the foyer office i told the story not not at hr foia yes right but a part of wanting to be a good manager a tillerson has wanted to clear out the huge backlog deployer request that that are a you know it's an important function of our democracy to understand have transparency of to face portman other agencies so he needs people down there it's especially a cumbersome it stayed because much of what the department does is classified and needs to be reviewed with uh dna from the point of view of someone who has actual experience with what can be declassified at not safely so you have these people who are and less grand assignment they're not hobnobbing with diplomats in paris or at the court of saint james they're stuck in the basement not the basant really but sirte fourthfloor apartment and they don't like it but uh it's just a they were assigned to priorities of that voters have decided not to be priorities christon whitten of the center for the national interest could have its gordon doesn't doesn't the trump administration understand that prep schools have school years they have to be obeyed you can't just willy nilly pulled people out of task yes.

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"foia" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"foia" Discussed on KOIL

"Of the fis a system excuse me the foia system freedom of information act the worst record of any president since foia was created threatened to decrease central news organizations that didn't suck up to him on a daily basis the most antipress president probably in history they might say that nixon is worst but i i don't know about that i think trump is probably excuse me obama's probably the worst president when it comes to the freedom of the press that we've ever had i'd so president trump responding hey the new york times says you uh almost fired moeller you moved to fire muller but then you didn't fake news fake news new york times thick stores one of those new york times fed nothern new york times fake story fake news people fake news you gotta love it fake news is the it's gotta be the phrase of the decade i think now let's go to sound bite number one speaking of fake news and lunatics and all of this good stuff msnbc is an extension of the democratic party they have a couple of dnc reps there by the name of stephanie rule an alley velde sheet well alley valgy got to fly to switzerland unease hanging out in the snow in davos and wearing funny hats and things and stephanie rule is back in the studio and normally there in studio together kind of like peas in a pod carrots and peas they're like joe meeker the pigeon sisters there apparently that's the trend at msnbc now to at least create the appearance that forget about stormy daniels what about the anchors sitting next to you stephanie rule asks ellie valgy about president trump's arrival in davos what what was of the i'm assuming he got a chilly reception because nobody there likes him takuma with full two because whether you're talking klaus schwab the founder of the world economic forum or many of the people around him these are world leaders thoughtful world leaders good.

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"foia" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"foia" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"The passports may my form second so up there it a any how lady inference on he's the lime a blistering in tricks extremely that the green pace bone with the language thing berries he's my she does not speak matches my the home guy what the homes bids want you to get gotta it to black phone tap all the teams right here look big boys at neighbor the door there must berber watson opened gold apply battle brought mainstream more on the ground coming all it up home super quoted in watered down gene offered the pre we gotta go from the foia would in rapids begin may legal lending tell me when the crowd gummy woman everyone knows that us yeah dropped splash post by sparked fears tell me widow path when the drought photos only union sees a jimmy threat women down cooper 1050 banking the in four for twelve hours factories i'm left scattered at eight smith's on produce on the scattered all the black suit that path were pictures angered us with the but the goddesses fbi what and do you mean you you don't repair to the extent that for an updated we don't and have pay a clear at from me here in a back now was this was a threeputt you spree scalp as by which new is now adt i is he the could gutters every pipe john pack mostly a passing the that this schooling give linda bug that has the man upheld french drink white mosquito bite let me holler at you jose brad i may get a little fail no link to that we would like let me every one of them young jelly what me germany women let me when the them the dan hey y'all is the most says it is quite a bit moya judiciary well big neighbour all right we are here may this dialogue i think is going to be picked crazy may top album of twenty seven team top album of twenty seven team natalia we will start with you all right mind i feel like kinda got slept on and the reason i want to mention it as i would i feel to be the best album in 2017 is calvin harris has funk wave bounces volume why do you have some audio over there.

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"foia" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"foia" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Nine at ban no us in new york talking about six o'clock night shopping steve welcome welcome welcome humorous icing craig car not a fan of course were lied on cbs sports network back in the studio down here great joe foia as the yankees season begins tonight cuts the reality of it after a barra saying shut out loss which sunny gray on the mound for them they lose to toronto is the serious toronto and they are gone the wrong way what it doesn't matter if you start to season tonight and view it as a fifty game shot starting with the red sox who had the mets in between it and that'll edgar theater based something would secondplaced here in the last thirty six hours grigory about it while today banks and i'll tell you what man i don't want to be the downer here but got how many more times earns as going to strike out the act it is i've he's gone from maybe be in the most popular most dynamic offense of player in a league two now all of a sudden becoming an afterthought and just every time you enlarge there there are so many holes that a swing swing in a bad pitches odd good pitches go by i mean it is it is as i it's the brumer line that stood for ten years baseball's every day it is yeah the morning offices and spurts than even monthlong situations in all of a sudden you got to play again tomorrow and the kids clearly no like he was a year ago struggling i don't know if he's exhausted i don't know if he is just completely checked out this is like a is that amazing thing going on here i mean in a negative way yeah well you listen the hope we get hicks back your cash or back that you have it azzam's i am for arun himself it is this is mindboggling is there is.

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"foia" Discussed on Techdirt

Techdirt

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"foia" Discussed on Techdirt

"You know this up a memo that the obama issued on his first day in office a i think it was the first day in office a centrally saying that you know when in doubt released the records we all know that may never really happen on right but the fact is is that there was changes to this law and these agencies right now we're not really abiding by that they're not freely on your your were seeing that records are being withheld for example um and agencies right now with the new administration are trying to figure out of my god what do we do you know donald trump tweeted that his wires were tapped in trump tower on in we're getting foia requests for that what do we do well you know in my case in agency issued department justice issued a colom uh a plumber meaning they could neither confirm nor deny which is outrageous because he knows the president had is eight an original classification authority on he he has the right to immediately you know instantly life asif i anything so you know it it's that i will say that i what i have seen which i didn't think that this was the case last year 'cause i actually thought that we weren't getting anything under obama even though they said that they were the most transparent history is who just wasn't true you know right off so is still very difficult and i figured that the status quo would remain the same i actually see it being far more difficult right now and i i really don't know what to attribute that to some other than know perhaps some nervousness behind the scenes by john you can be sure that you know obviously you seeing an uptick in foia lawsuits but people are turning more and more to the freedom of information act groups are using the freedom of information act off more often than that and i think that um the the fact that.

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"foia" Discussed on Techdirt

Techdirt

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"foia" Discussed on Techdirt

"A very simple i mean it's it's simply just you know it's it's it's just a spreadsheet basically the way you know when you're file a foia request as you know might that you you you get folly requests you get a response and a case upper right yes i i log in that case number you're supposed to get twenty business days are supposed to respond with records after about a month eye contact the agency and i ask for an estimated data's completion now by law every agency has to provide an estimated date of completion when they can estimate way your request will be you know complete on anti i logged at in an saw you know that makes that that's at the point where i'd side choice sue over this religious weight oshodi narrow my request because i i'm i'm hoping to get these records in a timely fashion when else my request is denied i'll put it in a part of the sprint jio appeal uh but the debts that's all it is it's just got difference it has different sections of out of you know the report from from start to finish and even i you know i even tried to you know log in their sometimes when i'm speaking with the you know the foia analysts a boy officers at various agencies right right and i've heard like different opinions um i think i think a lot of people who don't go through this process um sort of assume that the people working on the on the receiving end um you know handling all of these these request is foia requests and and what not that they're sort of purposely obstructing who people are searching for an i found i in most cases i don't think that's the case i think you know a lot of the sort of professional foia staff actually honestly are are trying to to find stuff though i think it does depend on.

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"foia" Discussed on Techdirt

Techdirt

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"foia" Discussed on Techdirt

"That's right yes it saw it it's true and and you know the foia says that basically one your request just simply need to reasonably described the records he or she has are seeking an lands on it that's that's the easy way but it's it really does help to to you'll have a good targeted request to understand what you're looking for ought to do some research prior to a firing off the request to understand an agency system of record where those documents your seeking where they may be store uh the you know the department of homeland security as a for example huge huge agency most of the requests that they receive guests were there santo in other center the main in the a headquarters jahor arrive the department of homeland security so you know if the odd but if you're looking for information on protesters the of you'd wanna send that to the department of homeland security intelligence and analysis civil rights and civil liberties in oh uh section those are the divisions that would likely have you know a response of record so it's really important for request her to kind of i understand not just how you know foil works but understand how these government what these government agencies look like on the inside yeah i mean i've definitely had request that ended up getting past around from you know agency days you within no within a certain part of the government yeah and act that could ultimately be the the difference is is a two to three months in jail more simple because it like i said that bureaucracy that they're they're they're not going to get it in ceo us we're gonna mmediately take this over the gonna take their time or they've got other things to do um.

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"foia" Discussed on Techdirt

Techdirt

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"foia" Discussed on Techdirt

"Was uh a comments uh that the fbi had made about the many years ago you know what i i discovered that up the that that foia could be such that foyer is such a powerful tool and i discovered that i as a journalist i could use this tool to break stories to find out what's taking place behind the scenes on a on a wide range of issues i kind of went nuts and started filing uh dozens and dozens of foia request with a number of agencies one of those agencies was the fbi and jogged around the occupy wall street time or of the time of occupy wall street and i had been filing a number of requests with the fbi the i was told that the the various officials within the fbi that i been quote terrorising uh the the euro with with my foia request many of which by the way are still are still outstanding and drugs so there was a an email that went back and forth between of the records i information dissemination section rids which is the illness a foia section there which you know they had dubbed me a foia terrorist and it's funny because uh you know a after that i discovered again through a foia request up to the justice department that the justice department attorneys had a i refer to me as a member of a foia kasey i find that had and then they had joe dedza you know that should be his band name so.

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